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Posted 8/4/16
Everybody wants to rule the world. Lol.

And it is a great song too.
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fredreload wrote:


Rujikin wrote:

The easiest way is to make your beliefs out to be the "tolerant" and "open minded" beliefs then accuse anyone that doesn't think exactly the same as you as being intolerant and a bigot. When they point out logic or counter arguments just yell louder and in mass then accuse them of being an xxxxxxphobic. Repeat until you have enough power to label everyone that doesn't follow you as being uneducated or mentally ill then send them to a reeducation camp to make them an obedient follower. Repeat everywhere and take over the world.


How do you think Albert Einstein took over the world, he follows the physics rules, did he? Well alright, without being sarcastic, there are facts like 1+1=2, if you deviate too far from the facts no one will believe you


1 protron + 1 anti-protron = explosion then nothing.

So 1+1=0


Haha, good one
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Posted 8/4/16
that's entirely too much work
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Posted 8/4/16 , edited 8/4/16
Pokemon Go --> brain control
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Posted 8/4/16

fredreload wrote:


Rujikin wrote:


fredreload wrote:


Rujikin wrote:

The easiest way is to make your beliefs out to be the "tolerant" and "open minded" beliefs then accuse anyone that doesn't think exactly the same as you as being intolerant and a bigot. When they point out logic or counter arguments just yell louder and in mass then accuse them of being an xxxxxxphobic. Repeat until you have enough power to label everyone that doesn't follow you as being uneducated or mentally ill then send them to a reeducation camp to make them an obedient follower. Repeat everywhere and take over the world.


How do you think Albert Einstein took over the world, he follows the physics rules, did he? Well alright, without being sarcastic, there are facts like 1+1=2, if you deviate too far from the facts no one will believe you


1 protron + 1 anti-protron = explosion then nothing.

So 1+1=0


Haha, good one


Nuclear and qua tium physics start to get really weird, with energy forming matter and matter dissolving into energy. Even math gives up on it.
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Posted 8/4/16 , edited 8/4/16
well if anime teaches us anything ; japanese girls with schoolgirl uniforms with automatic rifles with samurai swords and tanks can accomplish nearly anything . so to take over the world , i will need a whole lot of tanks , automatic rifles , samurai swords and schoolgirl uniforms , and japanese schoolgirls ... it will be a glorious army .
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Posted 8/4/16
man who cares about the world??

ZA WARUDO is where its at boi
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Posted 8/4/16

Rujikin wrote:


fredreload wrote:


Rujikin wrote:



1 protron + 1 anti-protron = explosion then nothing.

So 1+1=0


Haha, good one


Nuclear and qua tium physics start to get really weird, with energy forming matter and matter dissolving into energy. Even math gives up on it.


Why is it that people keep spouting nonsense about quantum mechanics? Quantum mechanics is not all that weird. How do I know? I am a physicist. I do quantum mechanics for a living. Quantum mechanics is really just a straightforward application of linear algebra and differential equations, and most of the "weird" things you hear about it come from aspects of those two subjects in math (unless you happen to have heard about non-abelian anyons). Particles and antiparticles can annihilate, yes - that is one thing they do. But they don't explode and then become nothing; they turn into light, or other particles. At no point does energy disappear.

This also means that, alas, mad scientists can't get much out of quantum mechanics. It's not mystical. You'd have better luck taking over the world as a biologist or immunologist. So you probably won't have to worry about me; I'd likely attempt to ride Zvezda to a nice spot in the new world government.
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Posted 8/4/16

auroraloose wrote:


Rujikin wrote:


fredreload wrote:


Rujikin wrote:



1 protron + 1 anti-protron = explosion then nothing.

So 1+1=0


Haha, good one


Nuclear and qua tium physics start to get really weird, with energy forming matter and matter dissolving into energy. Even math gives up on it.


Why is it that people keep spouting nonsense about quantum mechanics? Quantum mechanics is not all that weird. How do I know? I am a physicist. I do quantum mechanics for a living. Quantum mechanics is really just a straightforward application of linear algebra and differential equations, and most of the "weird" things you hear about it come from aspects of those two subjects in math (unless you happen to have heard about non-abelian anyons). Particles and antiparticles can annihilate, yes - that is one thing they do. But they don't explode and then become nothing; they turn into light, or other particles. At no point does energy disappear.

This also means that, alas, mad scientists can't get much out of quantum mechanics. It's not mystical. You'd have better luck taking over the world as a biologist or immunologist. So you probably won't have to worry about me; I'd likely attempt to ride Zvezda to a nice spot in the new world government.


So wanna tell us about string theory then? That's always a fun subject when talking about quantum mechanics along with its 13-17 dimensions.
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So wanna tell us about string theory then? That's always a fun subject when talking about quantum mechanics along with its 13-17 dimensions.


String theory is really hard, and I don't know it. But it's hard because it's difficult math: basically you need to understand geometry in more than three spatial dimensions. The reason you need more spatial dimensions is that it just happens to turn out that the calculations, well, explode if you try to do them in only three dimensions - they don't work. But they do work in 10 dimensions, or 26 dimensions, depending on what kind of string theory you're talking about. This is strange but not too problematic, as it's possible to use the math to say that we just can't see the extra dimensions because they're too small. And this isn't a cop-out: they'd have to be ridiculously small, because strings would be ridiculously small. And that means that, while I might proclaim myself ruler of the 23 other spatial dimensions, that won't do me much of anything.
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Posted 8/4/16

auroraloose wrote:




So wanna tell us about string theory then? That's always a fun subject when talking about quantum mechanics along with its 13-17 dimensions.


String theory is really hard, and I don't know it. But it's hard because it's difficult math: basically you need to understand geometry in more than three spatial dimensions. The reason you need more spatial dimensions is that it just happens to turn out that the calculations, well, explode if you try to do them in only three dimensions - they don't work. But they do work in 10 dimensions, or 26 dimensions, depending on what kind of string theory you're talking about. This is strange but not too problematic, as it's possible to use the math to say that we just can't see the extra dimensions because they're too small. And this isn't a cop-out: they'd have to be ridiculously small, because strings would be ridiculously small. And that means that, while I might proclaim myself ruler of the 23 other spatial dimensions, that won't do me much of anything.

Ah that would make sense. I was talking to a math/physics professor about it so they got it from the math side of their studies.
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Posted 8/4/16
I plan to build a country of millions, have a few wars, unify the country, then keep every one as farmers and pesants, then when the rest of the world advances, buy and or steal the right to the tech and send my pesants to make cheap high tech stuff to the point where everythimg comes from my counrty. Economic world domination.
Wait, china already did that, damn.
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Posted 8/4/16

JanusCascade wrote:


Sir_jamesalot wrote:

By making a tiny self contained and self sufficient terrarium.
No point in taking over the human world unless you want to be the one to clean it.



I will recreate Rome in human world! I will kill every Barbarians in order to keep this world clean!



Why are you talking to me?
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Sir_jamesalot wrote:


JanusCascade wrote:


Sir_jamesalot wrote:

By making a tiny self contained and self sufficient terrarium.
No point in taking over the human world unless you want to be the one to clean it.



I will recreate Rome in human world! I will kill every Barbarians in order to keep this world clean!



Why are you talking to me?



Why did you reply?
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JanusCascade wrote:
Why did you reply?


Because I want to know why someone that's always going on about how barbarians aren't worth the time to acknowledge and has in the past called me a barbarian is talking to me.
I could assume it's because you didn't think to make an alt and the only outlet for communication you have on this site is through a joke account and you're breaking character because of that but I want to hear it from you.
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