I'll have to check out the show during winter break.
True, in terms of typical rankings of people, though 10 is also viewed as the best, but zero is never the best.
But in order to have something you must first start with nothing, which then morphs into something. If you already had something, then ultimately it started off with nothing at some point, and if we never had nothing to create the something what would we have?
//I have even less idea what I'm talking about rofl
Yeah, a lot of people seem to be getting Ylapi actually. o-o Didn't like over 4+ people get it so far? Seems to be a higher odd than other dolls...
Hm, really? He seemed pretty active when I was working on it. A little impatient. LOL But polite nonetheless so it was all good in the neighborhood.
Hm, didn't you have a WIP? I seem to remember you had some flats down? What was it he asked of you?
And nice. xD At least you don't have a bunch of stuff piled up?
Yes. I approve of this motion too. ;w; Mr. K's been wanting to do another auction/shop for awhile now. xD
Posted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 11:42 pm
Miss Maeko Wrote:
It's pretty episodic, so you can withhold watching an episode for a while.
So long as you remember what happened before. XD
Weird a** rant/spiel below.
Woah, bro. Law of conservation of matter. You can not destroy or create matter to or from nothing.
We always have something, no matter what.
I mean, we don't know what existed before the Big Bang because even ******** time was bunched up in that mess of physics.
I mean, even if we had a jar filled with "nothing", it's still filled with air and s**t.
Even when we're born, we are filled already with basic thoughts of food, air, pain, and warmth.
A vacuum is just ******** weird. Because of differences in pressure, s**t wants to fill up vacuums. It's like nothing is so hard to ******** exist in our world.
Even if we go out in space, is there nothing? Well, there aren't any air particles, but there're so many forms of energy whizzing around in space! Light from hundreds of stars. Radio waves. Gamma waves.
Nothing is such a strange concept. It's like, imaginary numbers. Like who the ******** thought of a different dimension for ******** numbers to exist just because? Like this s**t is trippy as ********.
Magic doesn't make sense because it creates out of nothing.
Alchemy does. It's like chemistry, but with less mercury poisoning. You take one thing, turn it to something else. Everytime you create something from "nothing", it probably was some form of gas in the air that reacted.
Nothing can't change because it's nothing. It's a complete lack of anything.
The only way to change nothing is to add something from somewhere else. Even it's definition depends on something. How do you describe nothing without something? You can't. Because it's sans something.
If something didn't exist today, but will tomorrow, is it considered nothing? No. All the components of it are here today. It just takes time to shape into what it'll be tomorrow.
I mean. That's just thinking in a linear fashion.
If it's gonna exist tomorrow, than it already exists. Time is a fluid thing.
Any old rare doll is up for grabs. Hm.. I'm really considering getting my Frankie back.
Yeah. But he kinda dropped off. :/ Like I haven't heard from him, not even an angry PM.
Well, right now I do because I'd rather do half-bodies than ******** couples. =w=
Why do I ever accept couple commissions?
Haha. Let's do an auction and then a shop.
So I don't have to be a ghetto-a** without one. XD
Woah ok I wasn't trying to argue against gamma waves and stuff I was just trying to be fun. xDD But yeah. Then that raises the question of what is the definition of nothing? Or the point of nothing? You need to then define "nothing" in order to argue for something and then the Law makes perfect sense. It has never failed us before, but humour me for a moment. Maybe there is a possibility of there being essentially "nothing", as in literally nothing. We just can never reach it or even comprehend it because it goes against everything we know as of today, so we disregard that idea of a true nothingness.
Saying there's gamma waves and particles is technically "something" that fills the air, but in the grand scheme of things, when you factor in entire galaxies and stars and such, then the idea of an "empty" space would then be "nothing" according to /a/ definition, where "nothing" is the closest we can get to a true nothing, since we have not run into an actual "nothing", or even know the true definition of such a word.
The possibility that there is a true "nothing", philosophically, meaning no particles no wavelengths, no /anything/ is out there and maybe that's what was before our universe or anything existed, except we can't prove it or work it out because if we were to try and create a true nothing, we would have to wipe out everything ever, including wavelengths and atoms, and that just is not gonna happen LOL, but in essence, in relation to everything we have in the universe, tiny tidbits like atoms and wavelengths are considered "nothing" to the human being, and that is the definition I choose to use. o3o
So, then back to the point, what is the point of having the word "nothing" when we can't even know what nothing is? Or if a true "nothing" even exists? Should we even use the word "nothing" so freely? I suppose it's all about perspective in this case and there is no one true answer when discussing if there is a true nothing (to me, the laws of science do make perfect sense in our universe at this very moment, but I like to think about before all of that). I have a very... "magical" outlook on life. I don't put too much emphasis on science because while I realize why it is there, and the logic is sound, sometimes things happen beyond our reason and shock us into the realization that no, we do not know everything. Our universe fits within sound scientific logic, and I don't argue with that, but we can't really say one way or another what exactly happened before us or anything else.
And obviously, I think all over the place. Really this is just something silly I wrote, I wouldn't put too much evidence or logic behind my reasoning to be totally honest. xD It's just a silly thought with lots of holes and such. I dislike debating and arguing regardless, it makes me anxious and shaky for some reason, even if I'm talking about something as simple as like apples. idk. rofl
You should get Frankie back. While he's deflated. :33
That's strange. Maybe college got to him.
&& Yeah, he was awfully specific too, at least in my commission. xDD I don't really like doing couples either. They hurt. LOL
&& Yes, I approve. ;w; People asked me where my shop was and I kept having to go yea it's gone... xD
Posted: Sat Nov 24, 2012 4:05 am
Miss Maeko Wrote:
Unlike saaay Glee.
Seriously. I miss like one episode, aaaand I can't watch it anymore.
Holy s**t.. What if black holes are like super ******** nothings? Like this severe form of pressure that is both low and high. Like condensed matter IS nothing. Low to suck in everything. High to condense and pressurize.. Like a vacuum rice cooker.
[[Aaaaand this is why people sometimes think I'm high when I talk.]]
Dude. I think math is magic. Order from chaos, beautiful patterns in ******** "wild-a**" nature, I just think that's ******** magic right there. A ******** single cell, creating a ******** chunk of meat called a baby. I mean, fetus, baby, whatever you want to call it. That's a ******** amazing miracle.
I think science is just ******** magic. Not like poof a dragon. But like ******** true indescribable magic.
I love science because we can't know everything. Like how is it possible when thousands of new organisms are being discovered even to this day? It's like a new frontier, every time we look a little closer.
And I just ******** love issues with science. Like, how do you explain what one plus one is? It's like, you can't mathematically prove addition. It's so weird. You try to think of a way, but it doesn't work. Because you need to add to add.
Oh man. I'm sorry. I didn't mean to debate. Like I said, weird rant/spiel. I meant it was more like just me talking to myself.
Mmm.. Maybe later? Dolls don't get sold often, so if I see them on the rise, I know when to pick on up. c:
Oh man. Nope. He's still active on Gaia. Does he like realize there's a trade of 3mil still sitting there?
I just tell them to PM me instead. Since I use PMs or threads to keep track of commissions.
I was never a fan of Glee in the first place. ;A;
Didn't they do a Gangnam Style cover? Dx I wanted to cry.
From what I've learned about Black Holes, the idea is plausible. But because the escape velocity is so high, and the pressure condenses everything into an infinitely small point, nothing comes out, so we can never really know for ourselves, because we could never come out, which is sad. u_u And lol rice cooker. Yeah, it's totally true. xD
Magic to me is science and it is math as well. I mean, everything we've come up with as a society has been called "magic" and "impossible" before, so in truth, nothing is really out of range, and that's why we reject magic as truth and reject such ideas as a true nothingness as truth because we can't logically wrap our minds around it, and yet we accept things like 1+1=2 and not fish or that we /can/ travel to mars because we had discovered ways to do so and work our minds around logically, and that's the magic in science and math. And yes, the fact that we, out of basically the entire solar system, and perhaps the entire galaxy, have been able to evolve to such a state where we can even talk about such things, and also be able to create such intelligent sentient life is magic. We are so tiny in our galaxy, and we're lucky to be here, which yes, is a complete miracle. :3
I personally am not a fan of math or hard science, but I respect both, because without it, we wouldn't have a lot of the things we have today. We wouldn't be able to explain why we have tides, or what that big thing up in the sky is, or even if the Earth is flat or round. So in that regard, science is wonderful, and I enjoy science, but I don't have the patience to... become a scientist. .____. If that makes ANY sense. xD
And no worries, I tend to accidentally spark the debate in people for some reason. o__o
True, true. That makes sense. :3 Probably like right after this Black Friday sale ends a bunch of people who can't market will try and sell, and drive down prices for a short amount of time, because a lot of people don't know what wait means. xD
...That's really funny omg. Does he just... not need 3mil or... LOL
&& That's reasonable. I think he may have forgotten. o-o
Posted: Sun Nov 25, 2012 12:19 am
Miss Maeko Wrote:
I don't know. I watched the first few episodes, and I liked it.
It was like a decent show. It was a musical... but a show. That was interesting.
Lol. Yup... Tumblr sure does love reminding me.
We would never come out that way. White holes are still a possible. ;o
Oh man. The whole is the Earth round or flat? Everyone knew it was round except peasants. XD
Like uh.. some Greek dude stuck a stick on the earth, measured the shadows versus time, and somehow calculated the ******** circumference of the earth.
Years later. 1900's. Some guy in his ******** basement with two brass balls somehow calculates the mass of the earth. He was nuts. Brilliant, but nuts.
Man. Dice Bunny went back up. >: They were like 2.1mil. Should've gotten one then.
Lol. Oh well.. I'll go PM him when I'm done. And laugh my a** off when he remembers the 3mil trade.
I dunno, I don't know why Glee never interested me. u__u Seems like something I'd like. Oh well.
And yeah... their cover was... kind of bad... just imo. xDD
I don't think I ever thought we could come out of the black hole anyways. xD I don't know what a white hole is though.
Hey. Back in the past people thought it was flat. xD Like the flat world maps and stuff.
And that's pretty awesome. Some people were just made to science, you know?
Aw. D: How much are they now?
The prices of the dolls haven't suffered much. u_u
&& Hahah nice. xD I wonder what his reaction'll be.
Posted: Sun Nov 25, 2012 12:50 am
Miss Maeko Wrote:
Kind of bad? Just kind of bad?
It's a theory of what happens to things that go into black holes. So like a worm hole. o: One end is the black hole. The other is the white hole.
During Columbus' days, everyone knew the world was round.
The whole Columbus didn't fall off the map thing? That was peasant thinking. But they only thought that because the Church said so.
But really, every rich person and the Church knew that the world was round.
Greeks proved it was round. Church had access to old Greek texts that were translated in Arabic, which they then translated to Latin.
The Church had some weird things going on.
Well, I cut the song off like right after the chorus, so... LOL
That's kind of cool. o3o I should ask my astronomy teacher about that.
&& That's interesting then. From my impression most of the people were "peasants" so then yeah, a lot of people did still think the world was flat, though I was thinking of past-past... like before Columbus past. xD Because it is true, way back when people still didn't know the world was round. The original point I was trying to make was basically even people back before any kind of real modern technology used science and math to realize that the world was round, not flat. The Greeks /still/ used some sort of science/math to determine the world was round. That was the idea I was trying to make. I wasn't saying like we found out the world was round 20 years ago or smth. xD
That's not too bad. o3o
&& That will be interesting to see then. xD Hopefully he won't be too pissed.
Posted: Sun Nov 25, 2012 1:42 pm
Miss Maeko Wrote:
Lol. Hearing non-Koreans sing it is still hilarious to me.
Oppan GANG-nam style. It's like they have to emphasize the GANG, when it's not even pronounced that way.
It's just one of the many theories. ;o
Well if you're a peasant, I don't think you can care if the earth was round or flat. You'd care about food.. and food.
Middle East knew. And if Middle East knew, then Asia knew. And the Americas were still scattered at that time, so unsure about Americas.
Hm.. I wonder if there's a way to prove the earth is round without math.
I guess the Church could be a way. XD
=w= ******** it. I'm buying the cheapest one soon. Want food first.
Yeah, it sounds really weird. Like the way it was sung in SNL. I may be Korean, but I don't know the language, but even I know it's pronounced WRONG. xD I think a lot of people who actively listen to asian music/are asian/language savvy know it's wrong. ;3; So with that in mind, it wouldn't kill the Glee cast to do a little research. xD
Well, yes, but the majority of the world was still "peasants" and they didn't know, so, not everyone knew imo. And like I said before, I wasn't trying to argue that people didn't know the world was round during those times. I'm just saying that people figured out the world was round via math/science. I was agreeing with you. .w.''
&& I have no idea if you could. o3o I guess if you went all around the world and didn't fall off I guess. Like IF no one knew the world was round during the columbus era. IF. Not saying people DID, but then that would have proven the world was round. xD
&& Awesome. :3 Early congrats!
Posted: Sun Nov 25, 2012 10:27 pm
Miss Maeko Wrote:
I don't eve know where they got that pronunciation from.
Like it doesn't sound like he's saying gang even in the music video.
Hm.. Wouldn't that be using science though?
Hypothesis. World is flat. Thus I should fall off the map if I go past the horizon.
I don't really understand what you mean, but to me they fall flat on the tones of the words, not the song itself. They don't pronounce a lot of the words correctly, so their tone control in that regard isn't too good. That or they were just lazy. xD I'm hoping/thinking it's the latter? That's just my opinion and my idea of the word "tone" though. I probably used it incorrectly. So, sorry about that I don't want to get into a debate about it. ;___;
I didn't know Ellen did one too. >A>;