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Posted 10/19/14 , edited 10/19/14

Phersu wrote:


SoldierSangria wrote:

Because to put it very simply, we love to stand against each other when we should be standing with each other.


For the world to be united, it must face a great threat.


I am the great threat.

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Posted 10/19/14

GayAsianBoy wrote:

Even if we look the same; I don't think that will solve the issue of disconnection.

We'll also need the same ideologies. Humans are interesting because we have different opinions.

Other animals have the same response to stimulus; humans can have differing response to different stimuli.


We're all animals, you and I.
Posted 10/19/14

Phersu wrote:


GayAsianBoy wrote:

Even if we look the same; I don't think that will solve the issue of disconnection.

We'll also need the same ideologies. Humans are interesting because we have different opinions.

Other animals have the same response to stimulus; humans can have differing response to different stimuli.


We're all animals, you and I.


Yes bb, that's why "other" was put in front of animals.
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Posted 10/20/14

AiYumega wrote:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pangaea


Why are we so removed from one another when we're as close as ever. Technology has essentially made a new Pangaea. We are as connected and close as ever before.


But we're floating even further apart.

More than before.


Why? Is it religion? Culture? Race? War?

Is it stubbornness? Hatred? Pain? War?


Why do we divide ourselves, even though we're all the same. Our languages may differ, our skin's not the same. We don't look like each other, we all have different names. But under our skin, we're all the same things. Some organs, and muscle, and blood in our veins.

What divides us?



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Posted 10/20/14

GayAsianBoy wrote:

Yes bb, that's why "other" was put in front of animals.


I saw but....I really just wanted to use that line.
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Posted 10/20/14 , edited 10/20/14
Humans have never been cohesive as a species, and likely never will. We're tribalistic as a rule. Technology itself can't change that. Also, free will, introverts, hermits, social recluses. Technology and whatever be damned-- I don't want to be close to many people.
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Firstly after the Pangaean divide, humanity lost contact with each other and separate civilisations formed.
When these civilisations discovered each other, they used the tiny information they found out about one and begun assuming they're all like that. European civilisation's never ending thirst to conquer the world didn't really help either, and they oppressed the other civilisations, stealing their knowledge and stunting their progress, so they're number one. Heck, they're still benefiting from it today. In other places they decided to wipe out entire nations like the original inhabitants of Australia and North America. In the past few centuries they resorted to trickery and deceit because they knew other civilisations held their honour close to them, so by abandoning all shame and honour they could conquer the naive nations.
Plus, Slavery was a thing too.
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New Year cleaning! Closing threads with no new posts since 2014.
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