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Interzone / Re: A.D.
« on: August 23, 2013, 05:26:26 PM »
could immortality in religion be just the values/stories/traditions you pass on to your loved ones (so you technically continue to exist in an abstract realm) and also your part keeping the church alive?

Interzone / Re: An interesting website for reading good articles
« on: July 21, 2013, 10:16:21 PM »
good looking out

Interzone / mating preferences among races
« on: June 23, 2013, 05:55:38 AM »
We all know the stereotype that black men like women with more meat on their bones

This is a somewhat dark theory that has been haunting me about the meaning of this stereotype
If your goal is to mate with as many women as possible, body takes priority over face. The body must be fertile because you will be in and out of there quick & you want your seeds to pull of impregnation from that one time
If you're going to have high investment in a few offspring with one woman face is the most important trait. You will spend lots of time having sex so it doesn't matter if the pregnancy takes the first time.
Black women have very fertile bodies, but more masculine faces. Asian women have tiny boyish bodies but feminine faces.
If you are hardwired for certain kind of mating, that changes everything.

However there could be other factors contributing to black men having less focus on face and being more indiscriminate, such as poverty. If you don't have wealth, you try to have more offspring with as many people as you can.

Interzone / Re: The biggest question at the core of civilization
« on: June 15, 2013, 11:28:19 AM »
How is this the biggest question at the core of civilization? I would say the way a people view sex is more important than anything else. How people view reality seems to be the most important thing(sex would fall under this off course).

because mating structures affect how much men are incentivized to hold up civilization. With the family being there, the man has incentive to innovate and build society. If he gets no woman, he won't run for a carrot on a string that he'll never savour. Men do everything for pussy. Civilization depends on men.

If sex becomes for pure fun, women will seek the highest alphamales to get the best orgasms from, and the average male is no longer incentivized. This explains all the manchildren and high rates of male suicide in the modern West.

Interzone / Re: The biggest question at the core of civilization
« on: June 14, 2013, 10:41:03 AM »
Well by its very nature sex both is fun as well as leads to procreation, otherwise the species would not have perpetuated itself via survival of the fittest. Sex gives an obvious pleasure reaction, and obviously it works towards procreation. Why is an artificial dichotomy between the two the biggest question at the core of civilization?

It's about the family structure, and the incentives that go into it, essential to any civilization.
naturally we mate under r-selection. Native tribes all over the world follow the patter where they have sex with anyone for pleasure, and then babies just come, and the village of women looks after the kids because the fathers have no idea which one belongs to them. The fathers are more likely to invest in their sisters' offspring then their own because they know their sister actually shares their genes.

If sex is for fun, having it with many different partners is the same as smoking marijuana with many different friends. Are we here to chase a feeling, or something greater?

Interzone / Re: Childless relationships
« on: June 14, 2013, 10:27:10 AM »
Love can give you the feeling of genetic immortality, can it work as a substitute for god?

Not only do I think it can't, I think this is one of the things that leads people astray from God. If you look at western secular humanism, it is obviously derived from Christian convictions of love and compassion (in overdrive, minus God). I think you are referring more to the love between a man and a women, or between parents and children? I don't know if it could work for some individual, but overall its fair to say this doesn't work. Romantic and familial bonds haven't gone anywhere, but God is dead and the absence remains notable.

the love between man and woman.
I think love is mostly religious, or without god it should take an Ecclesiastes level understanding of death to really be in love.
love is some kind of combination of sexual attraction and awareness of the other person's mortality as well as your own.

Interzone / Re: Childless relationships
« on: June 13, 2013, 05:34:20 PM »
Love can give you the feeling of genetic immortality, can it work as a substitute for god? All we look for in life is the feeling of being genetically viable/immortal
The only problem is maintaining it as you age

Interzone / The biggest question at the core of civilization
« on: June 13, 2013, 12:16:55 PM »
is sex for fun or procreation?

is balancing the two possible without breaking apart the core unit of civilization, the family?hasn't worked out well for the West.

Interzone / Re: Loneliness
« on: June 12, 2013, 04:03:48 PM »
the problem is competition urges.
if you really want to be alone it will still be hard to see people even as you just go to the grocery store. you'll feel inferior
this is why many real hermits move, I guess. The woods are the best place. You feel at peace with passing on, going back to nature like all things.

Interzone / Re: Suicide
« on: June 11, 2013, 04:04:45 PM »
Suicide is wrong because most people don't do it on a philosophical basis. They do it when they've temporarily lost at evolution, in an emotional fit. usually the cause is fixable.
I have no problems at all with old people killing themselves, the deformed, the infertile, etc.

Interzone / Childless relationships
« on: June 08, 2013, 12:24:48 PM »
Do they only work out while the wife is young and fertile?There will come a time close to middle age when there will be no reason at all to stay loyal to her (excluding metaphysical love)
Most relationships are based on the survival strength of the potential child the couple would have together. Would fear of dying alone hold the relationship together?

Interzone / Re: Drunk, Destructive, and Disturbed
« on: June 07, 2013, 09:56:10 AM »
Is GG Allin really being honest though?

If he was honest he'd admit that deep down he yearns for a healthy life.

Do you really, REALLY think that? GG was fucked up in the head. Last thing he would want would be to not to what he did.

Most people in his position - I'd agree with you - but for GG, absolutely not. Some just don't give a shit about a stable life.
What is fucked in the head, specifically?
I think he wouldn't have been as chaotic of a human being if he didnt have forces pulling him in the healthy direction. he would have nothing to fight.

Interzone / Re: Drunk, Destructive, and Disturbed
« on: June 06, 2013, 03:16:56 PM »
Is GG Allin really being honest though?

If he was honest he'd admit that deep down he yearns for a healthy life.
He isn't putting up a fight, so he is left to do nothing but crawl in circles down at rock bottom.

Interzone / Re: Creating a new religion
« on: May 30, 2013, 10:47:14 PM »
so there is no afterlife?

this reminds of Alain De Botton borrowing from Christianity, but it's never whole. It can be insightful, but overall feels futile.

Interzone / Re: Goodnight sweet Europe
« on: May 29, 2013, 03:44:39 PM »
Is it disaster?  I wonder if the universe will even notice.
Do we only think of things in terms of the large universe when we want to ignore the heavy implications?

Cousin marriage in Islam lowers IQ, and their religion is much less malleable than Christianity. Sharia Law is barbaric. Make what you will.

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