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Interzone / Walk the walk
« on: April 10, 2012, 08:28:47 AM »
Breivik is due to stand trial on Monday over a bomb attack and shooting spree last July that killed 77 people.

The 33-year-old, who insists he is mentally stable, was "pleased" with the new assessment, his lawyer said.

Geir Lippestad told reporters his client would defend his actions during his 10-week trial, adding, "he will also regret that he didn't go further".


Interzone / The relationship between deathmetal.org and Amerika.org
« on: April 09, 2012, 06:20:56 AM »
I saw people advertising Amerika.org and have read it before so I wanted to ask. Is this site part of that site? What does death metal have to do with conservative politics? If you all are Republicans, how do you explain to your friends and neighbors that you don't go to church but you listen to Satan's metal and read Nietzsche?

Metal / New school metal
« on: April 09, 2012, 06:13:27 AM »
On reverb nation these bands say they are "technical death metal" or "melodic death metal" but to me, technical death metal means Suffocation and melodic death metal means Dissection. I don't understand how people can abuse these terms.

Interzone / Nietzsche and Nihilism, Metaphysics
« on: April 09, 2012, 06:06:51 AM »
I don't mean to be obtuse here but how do you reconcile Nietzsche and nihilism with having any kind of spiritual or moral belief? I just don't understand this.

Interzone / Liberalism
« on: April 06, 2012, 06:15:41 AM »
It's so hard to define because it's a mentality and not really a clear idea.

The crazed need for equality and false humility.

The "exception disproves the rule" insanity.

The desire for centralized control to defend the defective.

The weird thought that if all of us join hands and rush at the enemy, the problems will solve themselves.

I had a friend who was always talking about "sexism." If there was male-only language in a paragraph he would edit it out. Eventually I found myself withdrawing. I don't like acting like a conquered person whose goal is to be pleasing to everyone else at the expense of himself. I dont like egotists either or selfish people, but there is a middle ground. Liberalism is like tattooing "free blow jobs if you make less money than me" on your forehead and chaining yourself to a light pole.

Interzone / Hemp for victory
« on: April 06, 2012, 06:11:19 AM »
I hate hippies and I distrust stoners because drugs seem to make people's morals become optional. However I think making paper out of hemp is a good idea. Hemp plants die at the end of each season anyway, and grow very quickly even in bad soils. I suppose the majority of paper is made from wood scraps and trimmings, but nonetheless, hemp paper could reduce our use of wood beyond that point. In addition, it would give the hippies something to feel good about, and if the harvesting machine scoops up a few and makes them into mailing envelopes oh well.

Interzone / Humanity 3.0
« on: April 05, 2012, 06:25:36 AM »
Some drunk was talking about this in one of the other threads.

If we can't go back to the past, and modernity sucks, what is humanity 3.0?

I have no idea.

Interzone / Neo-cons
« on: April 05, 2012, 06:20:33 AM »
What is a neo-con?
There are many definitions.
None make sense.

Is a neo-con a liberal in disguise?
A rhino in sheep's clothing?
I don't get it.

(It's possible that crow is rubbing off on my posting style. But what I have to ask today is simple.)

Interzone / What is our universe made of?
« on: March 28, 2012, 07:09:20 AM »
One of the deepest mysteries in quantum physics is the wave-particle duality: every quantum object has properties of both a wave and a particle. Nowhere is this effect more beautifully demonstrated than in the double-slit experiment: streams of particles (photons, electrons, whatever) are directed at a barrier with two narrow openings. While each particle shows up at the detector individually, the population as a whole creates an interference pattern as though they are waves. Neither a pure wave nor a pure particle description has proven successful in explaining these experiments.

Now researchers have successfully performed a quantum interference experiment with much larger and more massive molecules than ever before. Thomas Juffmann et al. fired molecules composed of over 100 atoms at a barrier with openings designed to minimize molecular interactions, and observed the build-up of an interference pattern. The experiment approaches the regime where macroscopic and quantum physics overlap, offering a possible way to study the transition that has frustrated many scientists for decades.

The interference of waves is determined in part by the wavelength. According to quantum physics, the wavelength of a massive particle is inversely proportional to its momentum: the mass multiplied by the particle's speed. In other words, the heavier the object, the shorter its wavelength at a given speed.


Are they waves or particles? Or is wave/particle itself a bad duality? How can we go on doing anything until we know this? We don't even know what our universe is made of.

How did it start? How many dimensions exist? What is time?

Before I waste another day shopping, I want to know the answers to these questions, which are actually important.

Interzone / Conformity
« on: March 23, 2012, 06:33:12 AM »
I am a nihilist, that means I accept no thought which I cannot figure out is true for myself.

A lot of the posts in this board, are using bias that is out there in the media or society. You don't know it but you have come a parrot. How many of your opinions are your own, and how many did you read or see on tv? They sounded right and you needed something like that to explain yourself, so you've adopted them, like a crutch.

But are they real? Are they yours?

Interzone / Would you go in?
« on: March 21, 2012, 07:00:12 AM »

Helmet cam from a fire, which looks it would kill you. The problem is once you're in, you can't get out and it can collapse on you. You can run out of air and choke on the smoke. The urge to self preservation is too strong for me to say I would go in right away but I might if I knew more about how to fight fires.

Metal / Deathmetal.org?
« on: March 08, 2012, 06:15:36 AM »
Is someone fucking around or did the URI to this place just change?

I like the new name better!!!

Metal / Asphyx - Deathhammer
« on: March 05, 2012, 06:59:45 AM »

I have a shorter review. Death metal becomes Dethklok.

This Cd is musically very boring. The songs tend to literally use two notes and repeat one of those notes 90% of the time. The rhythm is catchy but it's all re-used from old Asphyx and sped up. You hear too much vocal and not much guitar or even song.

This album is so shitty I can't believe they put the Asphyx name on it.

Obviously it's very much influenced by the newer metal, it sounds a lot like the angry *core that comes out of the underground these days. Save your money go buy the new Autopsy instead.

Interzone / Democracy is working after all.
« on: February 29, 2012, 12:05:35 PM »
    More than 90 percent of Americans believe in God or in some form of universal power, according to a 2008 study by the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life.
    More than 90 percent of Americans believe that future generations should be prepared for the ramifications of living in a global society, according to a 2007 report by NAFSA: Association of International Educators.
    More than 90 percent are proud of the members of the U.S. military who served in Iraq, a CNN/ORC International poll finds.
    More than 90 percent of Americans agree that the development of good math skills is essential to success in life, an Ogilvy PR survey revealed in 2010

So God, globalism, troop support and math these are things all Americans can agree on.


See it's all working out just fine, look at all the stuff we agree on. Also we all like money, and we all like sex.

Metal / More bullshit music: "tech death"
« on: February 29, 2012, 08:18:23 AM »
After I got out of high school I lost track of what is cool. First because the degree I am studying is not easy, and second because I met new people who are free from the worry about what is current or hip. The idea is that we're adults now, so we study hard and get good jbos, and then the people who spent all their time worrying about what was hip can tell us about it while they clean our floors. I graduated and have not looked back. When I came back to visit over Christmas I was at the diner and the little brother of my best friend was there, he had something he called technical death metal so I docked my phone and got some dubs but this "tech death" was a real disappointment.

It's not death metal at all. There are only about four riffs per song, there are two solos per song, a lot of sweeps, but it's major key and sounds happy, then there's a lot of jazz breaks and rhythms, and while the individual notes are really fast the songs are slow. I was struck by how stupid this music is and how you would have to be a normal stupid asshole to think this is good, it has no real content, but it's technical so people are afraid to criticize it because they are afraid people will say they are stupid, yet the music is really boring.

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