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Posted 8/13/17 , edited 8/13/17

Sogno- wrote:


cay032692 wrote:


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shuuuunn


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my face is more like


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cay032692 wrote:


Sogno- wrote:


cay032692 wrote:


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shuuuunn


your face


my face is more like


correction


nah mate you gotta chiilll
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nah mate you gotta chiilll


you have zero chillll
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I'm sure it'd be fine.



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Posted 8/13/17 , edited 8/14/17
Yes, but at the same time like others have said....it will just bring in problems related to magic.
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Posted 8/13/17 , edited 8/14/17
I think it would be better. Would definitely make things more interesting! <3
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Magic is just science that we don't understand, and if you disagree with that you probably don't have a very strong understanding on what science actually is. Magic is by definition impossible.

And no "but what if it were possible" comments. If it were possible, it wouldn't be magic, it'd be science, which leads to a logical conclusion that magic cannot exist in real life.
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Sure, magic might present an opportunity to do all kinds of wonderful things. But depending on how it works, who can use it, what it can do, what it can't do, how predictable and reliable it is, and what the consequences for using it are, the cure could be worse than the disease.

Suppose there's magic that can expand peoples' lifespans indefinitely, but only at a terrible price. Maybe the process invariably strips you down to a husk of bones and rotted flesh. Maybe the process works exactly how you intend it to, but only as long as you remain within a fixed and uncomfortably small area (with the time you've delayed catching up with you each time you leave). Maybe it works as intended and you can move about freely, but the process only succeeds in exceedingly rare instances, invariably kills the subject when it fails, and offers no insight by which to predict who would live and who would die.

Teleportation might be a great way to transport goods, but only if it can reliably deliver things over meaningful distances with an acceptable amount of precision and accuracy. If I were trying to move from one flat to another it wouldn't do me much good to try to teleport my goods and end up launching them into the stratosphere.
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Posted 8/13/17 , edited 8/14/17
Hmmm.... well.. would it be better if anyone could blow something up with only the sweat of their brow.... or... not... hmmmm....
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It used to be real that picture that was taken in northern Ireland in the 1900s or so of two girls and there was a fairy in the background kind of proves it. Every time it was tested to see if it was real it passed even with todays technology. It has to do with how we live today with modern technology we are so out of sync with nature that we are blind to it and we lost the ability to use magic just like a lot of the stuff in the past we forgot how to build and use because we are a very forgetful species. If I remember correctly Disney made a movie about his awhile ago.
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Posted 8/14/17 , edited 8/14/17

dulun18 wrote:


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Did someone say magic?



yes magic.. not tricks sorry Kaitou Kid



Wizard Barristers is not a bad series despite having mediocre ratings on myanimelist
https://myanimelist.net/anime/20053/Wizard_Barristers__Benmashi_Cecil

Wizard Barristers Benmashi Cecil - Magical Law [AMV] [HD]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HCz1Ic4Bebk

The series is available on Crunchyroll if you want to watch it
http://www.crunchyroll.com/wizard-barristers

as for magic..




using various screenshots from the Wizard Barristers series









so um. are X-men wizards and witches too?

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it's obvious isn't it? was it ' with great power comes great responsibility ? " but it's more like " with great power comes great abuse ?"


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Posted 8/15/17 , edited 8/15/17
The ability to wield magic just means our wars would even more violent and destructive than they already are.
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'magic would have led to less tech.. it be just like religion, destroying any chance in advancing are society through science.. Or science and Magic will fuse and we have a far more advance world. 1st option is more likely.
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Posted 8/15/17 , edited 8/15/17

Elektrolysis wrote:

The ability to wield magic just means our wars would even more violent and destructive than they already are.


most likely not.. just like in gate.. magic is not very affective do to time needed for larger spells. wile normal magic would be owned by a guy with a hand gun.

All it is more flashy..
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