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yes, i know.
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maybe i would travel to US next year to find drx.
i gonna replace obama to become the world president and call release for all ufo confidential report. Hahahahha.

3 years more.anything could happen, no doubt. Just hope we all survive and some day some how,we all drink tea or coffee at caribean island. LoL
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My UFO friends are always going on about how boring Earth has become. Not that they ever had long attention spans to begin with - traveling the universe will do that to the best of us. Oceans used to elicit some amusing dialog, and the jokes about our backwards technology are less forthcoming. Eh, maybe something is on the horizon?
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Humans make Earth more and more boring... with cities everywhere and all that. Everywhere you turn you see the same shit. (ok not really but it's heading in that direction)

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The cities of this planet are extremely diverse. I travel a lot and never see "the same shit". Every place is different.

Perhaps you are looking at the wrong things.
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skyscrapers or blocks everywhere. Shops everywhere -- that sell common goods. McDonalds or alternatives everywhere. Houses everywhere. Maybe you think that two houses aren't the same, but in the big picture, they are still houses. And I'm talking about average houses (not with a custom architecture shape).

Of course I am excluding historical sites, museums and the like.. it's not like those are common!
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And trees are trees.

Does that mean they aren't diverse?

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Borsuc: Oh, you are looking at the wrong things. Cities are about people, not buildings.
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revolution wrote:
Borsuc: Oh, you are looking at the wrong things. Cities are about people, not buildings.
There are six billion people on this planet.

How can someone become 'bored' without knowing them all? I'm willing to bet everything that they don't know them all. Razz

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Trees are about earth (dirt), fungus, lichen, insects, birds, etc...

Cities are conducive to people only in so far as resources are localized.
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Borsuc wrote:
There are six billion people on this planet.

How can someone become 'bored' without knowing them all? I'm willing to bet everything that they don't know them all. Razz
Um, yeah, of course no one knows everyone. That is the point. Isn't it? You go to a different city and meet people that: think, act, behave, look, talk, dress, work, eat, and drink differently than you. The buildings are just there to help them stay safe and warm.


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revolution wrote:
Borsuc wrote:
There are six billion people on this planet.

How can someone become 'bored' without knowing them all? I'm willing to bet everything that they don't know them all. Razz
Um, yeah, of course no one knows everyone.
Christians (about a third of the human population) would disagree. They believe someone knows us all. Razz

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Borsuc wrote:
How can someone become 'bored' without knowing them all? I'm willing to bet everything that they don't know them all. Razz
Just because you don't remember being abducted. Razz
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In The Demon-Haunted World astronomer Carl Sagan points out that the alien abduction experience is remarkably similar to tales of demon abduction common throughout history. "There is no spaceship in these stories. But most of the central elements of the alien abduction account are present, including sexually obsessive non-humans who live in the sky, walk through walls, communicate telepathically, and perform breeding experiments on the human species. Unless we believe that demons really exist, how can we understand so strange a belief system, embraced by the whole Western world (including those considered the wisest among us), reinforced by personal experience in every generation, and taught by Church and State? Is there any real alternative besides a shared delusion based on common brain wiring and chemistry?" (Sagan 1996 124)
...calling it a delusion might not give proper weight to our collective chemistry.

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revolution wrote:
Um, yeah, of course no one knows everyone. That is the point. Isn't it? You go to a different city and meet people that: think, act, behave, look, talk, dress, work, eat, and drink differently than you. The buildings are just there to help them stay safe and warm.
No my first point was in addressing bitrake's UFO friends who said the Earth is boring -- boring because of what? Clearly it's not the people, as they don't know 'em all.

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bitRAKE wrote:
Borsuc wrote:
How can someone become 'bored' without knowing them all? I'm willing to bet everything that they don't know them all. Razz
Just because you don't remember being abducted. Razz
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In The Demon-Haunted World astronomer Carl Sagan points out that the alien abduction experience is remarkably similar to tales of demon abduction common throughout history. "There is no spaceship in these stories. But most of the central elements of the alien abduction account are present, including sexually obsessive non-humans who live in the sky, walk through walls, communicate telepathically, and perform breeding experiments on the human species. Unless we believe that demons really exist, how can we understand so strange a belief system, embraced by the whole Western world (including those considered the wisest among us), reinforced by personal experience in every generation, and taught by Church and State? Is there any real alternative besides a shared delusion based on common brain wiring and chemistry?" (Sagan 1996 124)
...calling it a delusion might not give proper weight to our collective chemistry.
You're right. They're just lying to get attention. They aren't stupid enough to actually believe it.

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the answer is 42 and if you translated it into english, it means "so what"
It is the answer to all comprehensible questions.
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What is the answer to incomprehensible questions?

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Azu wrote:
What is the answer to incomprehensible questions?
1/0

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Borsuc wrote:
Azu wrote:
What is the answer to incomprehensible questions?
1/0


That is technically another question. You know, though, if you tilt it just a little more, it has an answer of 1.
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Stupid questions deserve stupid answers.

We get what we ask for. Wink
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