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Posted 7/28/16

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How many of you believe you have an immortal soul? Then you think you are already immortal, so stop spiting out canned complaints. Also over populations has more to do with birth rates than death rates.


Nobody's complaining, at least I'm not..
but It would become an issue once too many people became immortal, just saying..


ya even if only a 1 person became immortal and the immortality has a high heritable chance of being passed on to any offspring who themselves had kids etc it really wouldn't take a whole long before the immortality gene was passed onto everyone and if we have population problems now think how bad it would be when death becomes a extremely rare occurrence
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That's not how population works.

now think how bad it would be when <the permanent and complete destruction of souls> becomes a extremely rare occurrence
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Posted 7/30/16 , edited 7/30/16

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Oh no, its not programmed. Its written, like a book. Kind of.

If i am going to create it, it will be Java.


Would some parts of it be Groovy? The world needs more groovy.
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Jophar_Vorin wrote:


Oh no, its not programmed. Its written, like a book. Kind of.

If i am going to create it, it will be Java.


Would some parts of it be Groovy? The world needs more groovy.




I dont know any Groovy lang... :c
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Jophar_Vorin wrote:
I dont know any Groovy lang... :c
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The latter comes first
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If the world suddenly became that way, things might get out of hand real quick, authorities already in place wouldn't have room to subjugate their people. Without the threat of death, people would be willing to overcome pain to get what they want. Long story short, not good.

However, if the world HAD always been that way, i'm sure some type of order would be established. A communal society where everyone has been around since the beginning and there is not a single bit of information that is not known by everyone. Technology would be advanced a bit to say the least since death is not ever a threat. In fact, the people of such an earth have probably expanded society to the point where they inhabit multiple planets.

Honestly a lot to think about in the second scenario
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Posted 7/30/16

Jophar_Vorin wrote:


jtjumper wrote:


Jophar_Vorin wrote:


Oh no, its not programmed. Its written, like a book. Kind of.

If i am going to create it, it will be Java.


Would some parts of it be Groovy? The world needs more groovy.




I dont know any Groovy lang... :c


It's one of the JVM languages. You can paste java code into it, but it's also dynamic.
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jtjumper wrote:

It's one of the JVM languages. You can paste java code into it, but it's also dynamic.


Like scala or something?
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that's a very interesting thought.

In this world death is the meaning of life. Meaning that everything that we do and everything that we are is because we know that there's limited time for us to be and to do these things. With this said i think that a world without death would turn into a mess or would be quite advanced. Depends on how its organized or ruled.

First things first there would have to be some sort of control on the quantity of people on this world. If no one can die, then at some point there would be more people than resources for life (houses, water, jobs, schools, ect..) and if that happens what gets to a result is anarchy.

actually.. my head is hurting so... haha there's a lot of things to keep in mind when thinking about the possibilities of this world but i can no longer think XD
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Posted 7/31/16 , edited 7/31/16

Jophar_Vorin wrote:


jtjumper wrote:

It's one of the JVM languages. You can paste java code into it, but it's also dynamic.


Like scala or something?


Scala is static, but yes. http://www.groovy-lang.org/
Posted 7/31/16
I envision it being extraordinarily great. I don't know. Maybe because it sounds like valhall as I was taught it in like second or forth grade of primary school. A place were you have fun all day cutting each others limbs off, and at the end of the day made whole again, and of course feasts, lots of feasts. How could that not be great, you know?
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Posted 7/31/16 , edited 7/31/16

jtjumper wrote:

Scala is static, but yes. http://www.groovy-lang.org/


Interesting.

But i like static langs more. Love dem var names.
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superflydanfry wrote:

If the world suddenly became that way, things might get out of hand real quick, authorities already in place wouldn't have room to subjugate their people. Without the threat of death, people would be willing to overcome pain to get what they want. Long story short, not good.

However, if the world HAD always been that way, i'm sure some type of order would be established. A communal society where everyone has been around since the beginning and there is not a single bit of information that is not known by everyone. Technology would be advanced a bit to say the least since death is not ever a threat. In fact, the people of such an earth have probably expanded society to the point where they inhabit multiple planets.

Honestly a lot to think about in the second scenario


People would still be willing to overcome pain.
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Posted 7/31/16 , edited 7/31/16

Jophar_Vorin wrote:

Interesting.

But i like static langs more. Love dem var names.


static is easier to debug. But sometimes, I just want to lazy!
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