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Interzone / Re: just how multifaceted are humans?
« on: May 10, 2011, 07:42:12 PM »
we've ruined shit down here so we'll ruin shit up there! If we find habitable planets we'll spend years flying over there, settle, only to ultimately make them inhabitable again. then what? on to the next one?
any meaning you create in your brain is illusory, same with any happiness. When life seems meaningful, life seems good, when life seems good that makes you want to throw your seed out there. We really are just slightly more complex than A-B computer programming. Okay what are you gonna do when you discover meaning? sit on a bench and revel in that? Been there done that. you're still decaying, you still have biological forces tormenting you day to day, you still don't know why you get up every morning. you still live in a disgustingly indulgent society of morons. days will go by, decades will go by. and then death. Huzzah. Life is the birth, development, procreation, and decay of organic organisms. How the fuck do you ditch that reality?

Interzone / just how multifaceted are humans?
« on: May 09, 2011, 09:55:59 PM »
when we wake up, when we eat, breathe, drag our asses outside, develop skills, ULTIMATELY what are we doing this for? If evolution is right, then this we do it for the same reasosn everya nimal we've descended from has done it - to breed at some point. If incapable of breeding, then we do things to  improve the conditions of the whole human race, to contribute somehow. Improving conditions means that our population thrives. Why should it? Killing off stupid people so that they don't breed just means that someone else will breed, We are all pretty fucking stupid. It doesn't matter how well rounded you are on deceaced white figures or history if you're politically inclined to the left, or right, up or down.
The same patterns will follow. If a natural disaster wipes out the majority of us and the environment starts to repair itself, the remaining people will be enough to repopulate the world, again. Causing the same problems AGAIN.  We'll just keep doing the same shit, until the sun consumes us. Think about it.

Interzone / Re: They breed... like rats
« on: May 09, 2011, 06:02:05 PM »
No, you're not the only one who thinks so. Other than impressing others and feeling like you're part of something they also do it of course out of biological obligation. That's why more people don't adopt. Their answer to the hell experienced by existing children is creating their own children.

speaking from personal experience i have tried to regress my mind to the infantile state where everything is interesting. but that's as far as i'll go.
people focused on winnning enter adulthood keeping the same focus. others might curl up in a ball and want the comfort of thsoe early years back.

I find this more amusing than disheartening.
Same here.
While I say bravo to those who commited suicide, IF their only other choise was to continue being slaves, I would prefer a workplace shooting which is more heroic suicide.

The added bonus being that more slave-like people would have died, and/or gruesome combat would have been the last (and probably most worthwhile) action of the factory-proles.:-) Who am I kidding, it would have been just another factory version of the various pesky school shootings that keep cropping up every now and then, cue modern liberal democratic society (MLDS (TM), all rights reserved, 1- AD2011) targeting the symbol ("insane" gunman) instead of the actual problem.

Guaranteed most Americans would react in this manner - "OMG THATS HORRIBLE"....(next day) "Hey guise wanna go to the mall? I heard the iSodomy is coming out today!"

This is pretty standard stuff in society these days, outside America as well: pretend that you care about a bunch of faceless factory workers, then forget it and move on to the next latest-and-greatest product/distraction which is the result of a globalist consumerist society which creates factories which adopt such practices. Amazing how such a simple "truth" (scare quotes intended for the hardcore epistemologists) not only isn't grasped, but not even thought about, by so many people.

This is why american's like to spread "awareness" and be well meaning and well rounded  instead of doing anything else. Their technology enhanced lives are not worth giving up.

Interzone / Re: Overpopulation
« on: May 05, 2011, 03:52:46 PM »
Maybe the theory that we are just super predators that come along every once in a while self destruct and re-set the ecosystems is right after all.

Interzone / Re: Tolerating stupid people destroys our future
« on: May 05, 2011, 03:46:40 PM »
This won't make me any friends on this forum but I always thought of intelligence as an evaluated trait to be pretty useless. There's an evolutionary reason why we would try to be intelligent, and for many, a minimum amount is enough to navigate the world, stay happy, stay out of harm's way and to achieve their biological goal. We judge others as intelligent, or non intelligent, because the intelligent people would have optimal resources to help themselves, and you, with survival.
the good ideas that have been established over the years reside in a realm of their own.

Interzone / Psychics
« on: May 04, 2011, 04:22:21 PM »
it's obviuos that something like 90 percent of them are capitalizing off gullibility but do you guys believe any of them could be legitimate?

Interzone / Overpopulation
« on: May 04, 2011, 03:32:33 PM »
This is depressing as fuck. Human biology is to blame.

Interzone / Re: Why am I stupid? Anyone else have this problem?
« on: May 03, 2011, 05:47:26 PM »
So you're not a hipster? Tsk, tsk.

Most of my thoughts are really mundane

Is this just low self-esteem?
Nah, they really are mundane.

Interzone / Why am I stupid? Anyone else have this problem?
« on: May 02, 2011, 02:38:57 PM »
I can never get myself to read as much books as other people who are accomplished readers(especially fiction). I hate politics (the shit throwing between left and right is irrelevant to the big picture of depleting essential resources). I stop myself before ever getting into debates with people because i feel it will amount to nothing but wishy washy unanswered questions or name calling, and because in the end, no one really cares what I think. Most of my thoughts are really mundane and i try not to express them until i've perfected them to something worthy of saying. I stay away from culture..no tv at all, no movies, just listen to music in light amounts.  Detaching from culture also means not being able to catch people's witty references to films and whatever. Unearned self esteem is one of the leading causes of problems in the world, so I have close to none. I feel like eveyone else reads from a catalogue of fun that i don't know about.

Interzone / Re: The Irrationality of Richard Dawkins
« on: April 30, 2011, 05:11:52 PM »
Common man believers and common man aitheists are usually both on some wack shit.

Interzone / Re: The Irrationality of Richard Dawkins
« on: April 29, 2011, 03:05:54 PM »
Richard Dawkins is philosophically untrained.

Interzone / Re: Hilarity of herd behavior
« on: April 29, 2011, 03:03:13 PM »
Jayden is really popular with teen moms.

Interzone / Re: Self-discipline in Modernity
« on: April 23, 2011, 04:59:33 PM »
if you want to discipline yourself, do some math, some martial arts, go learn to play the violin. If you join the military to calm the fuck down and get right, the psychological alphamale fulfillment of it will be a mask to cover up the fact that you don't know where you'll be going next, what trauma (mental or phsyical) awaits you, what you're fighting for, or what corporations are behind it. essentially you're being used as a piece of shit chucked by the apelike government at a competitor..

I know you guys hate all rap but, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ybvbnqatz1w

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