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Re: real powers??

Celadon's Penultimate
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First off, don't take that tone with me...mod, remember?

And second, all that could easily be solved.

1. Black holes- convergence of equally  powerful, but opposing gravitational fields pushing together similar to the pushing together of the plate tectonics, causing (instead of the formation of mountains or volcanoes) an "implosion" or inward turning of space-time, during which things are distorted and compressed extremely...

2. If gravity is pushing down on things from the outside rather than pulling on them, it would still push people down toward the earth, and so weight wouldn't be affected. Gravity would push planets in their spinning trajectories, but smaller things would be forced toward earth as gravity passed over them similar to convection of heat (this might even imply that the gravitation flows in cyclical patterns)

3. I am not postulating this as fact, or even a possibility. I believe that gravity is either an attracting force or based on a distortion of space-time.

Calm the hostility and no one gets hurt . I only posed this question because I was saying (to Zale) that people need a different way of looking at things than ALWAYS looking at them through the lens of what we already know; we need to be able to embrace new probabilities and possibilities, sometimes.
“…Judge not what a man has done, but judge what he could have done if he was a different bloke altogether. For art thou a leper? And a leper can changeth his spots…”   --Rudy Wade, Misfits (Series 4, Episode 8)
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Re: real powers??

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Sorry, I really didn't have a tone...at all, that's just how I generally phraze stuff when I'm discussing physics.
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I have no problem with looking at new possibilities...


I just don't think we should automatically jump to some far off possibility without considering more likely ones.



It's like seeing lightning and assuming it's some flying super-large electric eel.


“She'd become a governess. It was one of the few jobs a known lady could do. And she'd taken to it well. She'd sworn that if she did indeed ever find herself dancing on rooftops with chimney sweeps she'd beat herself to death with her own umbrella.”
― Hogfather
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Re: real powers??

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Oh, are you talking about Thadracos I think that he's somewhere above Texas right now.
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Re: real powers??

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And I never said assume something crazy right off the bat. I'm just saying, there are numerous solutions to many problems of the universe. I mean, just think about it; until now, we thought that arsenic is a deadly, dangerous thing that no living thing could possibly survive off of (if given in great enough quantities), let alone sustain itself off of. And yet, we have the arsenic eating bacterium that has been recently discovered.

I'm just saying that openness is one if the best things to have when encountering new thoughts, perspectives and ideas (but that doesn't mean it automatically rules out or disregards past knowledge; just adds to it...)
“…Judge not what a man has done, but judge what he could have done if he was a different bloke altogether. For art thou a leper? And a leper can changeth his spots…”   --Rudy Wade, Misfits (Series 4, Episode 8)
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Re: real powers??

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for your humility, your enlightened position and your appreciation of my poetry (aw shucks... ) I have to give you your props. You seem pretty bright...
“…Judge not what a man has done, but judge what he could have done if he was a different bloke altogether. For art thou a leper? And a leper can changeth his spots…”   --Rudy Wade, Misfits (Series 4, Episode 8)
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bin to heaven, loved in hell.
Once more I am wand'rin'
wand'rin' down this road I know so well..."  

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haha...I see no poetry thread. And besides I'm gonna take em down anyways...don't need folks copyin' my stuff.
“…Judge not what a man has done, but judge what he could have done if he was a different bloke altogether. For art thou a leper? And a leper can changeth his spots…”   --Rudy Wade, Misfits (Series 4, Episode 8)
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 doesn't really matter either way...does it?

"Sansta Claus is coming to town"? No, yeah, I prefer Santa.
“…Judge not what a man has done, but judge what he could have done if he was a different bloke altogether. For art thou a leper? And a leper can changeth his spots…”   --Rudy Wade, Misfits (Series 4, Episode 8)
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Interesting Mythical Beings.

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I found some amusing/interesting Japanese creatures...


Such as the Basan, a giant firebreathing... chicken.






Or the frightful Hone-onna.

A skeleton-woman who takes the form of a beautiful lady in order to drain the life force from people.



And the Rokurokubi.

With VERY flexible necks...




“She'd become a governess. It was one of the few jobs a known lady could do. And she'd taken to it well. She'd sworn that if she did indeed ever find herself dancing on rooftops with chimney sweeps she'd beat herself to death with her own umbrella.”
― Hogfather
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What about Futakuchi-onna?
“…Judge not what a man has done, but judge what he could have done if he was a different bloke altogether. For art thou a leper? And a leper can changeth his spots…”   --Rudy Wade, Misfits (Series 4, Episode 8)
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Check out the Shirime. It's kinda gross.
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Re: Interesting Mythical Beings.

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I'm particularly fond of the jikininki, or at least its description...
“…Judge not what a man has done, but judge what he could have done if he was a different bloke altogether. For art thou a leper? And a leper can changeth his spots…”   --Rudy Wade, Misfits (Series 4, Episode 8)
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Influences

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Now i think that people get their personalities and there attitudes from the influences in there life. I mean sure people think that there born with there mindsets but i can say in practice, life lessons and theories that there wrong. Because i can say that ive been changed to lead the path that i do now. I man sure people think its crazy to say a Videogame character influenced you (ill give you a guess who ^_^) but ill tell you all that im right. If you would of looked at me 4 years ago you would think *wow i feel sorry for him hes probably gonna kill himself in a year. I mean who wouldn't think that a person who: lost his parents, lives alone and gets rejected by girls everyday would be miserable (and this is all true lost my parents in a car accident a b@sterd drunk driver thought it was a dam good idea to drive his freaking semitruck in the snow while my parents were in boardman ohio coming back from the mall, it felt awful waking up not knowing your parents weren't coming back till 2 days after the fact.  a month after that i rejected a foster home and decided to live in a apartment the landlady was pretty nice though like a new mother... almost. so then i wanted to get someone to be with but of course after 15 rejections i stopped and then came the spiral i unfortunately did the common thing (slit my wrist but it only felt good about 2 out of every 9 times the rest was unnecessary pain... lucky i never used the main vein or i wouldn't be here right now but i again digress. then about a year and a half ago i was cleaning out my closet and either by coincidence or maybe fate -_-. i found my old gamecube with Sonic adventure 2 battle in it. so i tried it out again and i was hooked. i remember that true blue attitude and the always upright moral compass that taught me to enjoy my life and to appreciate the little things. In the year that i got back into sonic i got my happiness back got a girl (her name is genesis cook and shes the love of my life also she enjoys sonic as much as i do and lets not forget her name freaking rocks and shes wild and as crazy as i currently am  ) and she currently lives with me we married 8 months ago and what i wont forget is the vow she said and i quote "I love you more than sonic speed" i died with laughter and cried a bit. but then i got a job friends a computer and now this superpower list and every sonic game ever made (i mean it sonic 1,2,3&K, riders both of the riders and the adventure series and me and gen play it everyday) we even went to the UK convention as... o i cant believe im saying it sonic and amy we went to the costume contest  and kissed and the crowd cheered (i never wanted to say that even to my SPL friend shadwulf so embarassing) we got a bigger apartment (same landlady though so its cool) either way sonic influenced my life, my marriage, and my game playing i felt like i had to do this if not for the fun of it then for me to tell you all my backstory of my sonic obsession so now i give you all ado
Sonic Mania? Project Sonic 2017?
Time to get out the fanfiction again....
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Re: Influences

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Interesting...and kind of funny. Not funny "haha", but like amazing, in a simple-and-yet-so-complex kinda way (I'm a poet so it's okay if that made no sense). Well, I suppose that I can only respond by doing you the same kindness (or a similar one).

I guess that it all started when I was smaller. I was always a bit eccentric and loved to learn new things and do things a little differently.

However, being black, and growing up around black males, they had a word for MY type of person. Being called gay was not something new to me, nor was it something I found surprising or amazing. It was common to me, since I was 6 years old. I believe that THAT teasing, and other such teasing has been quite the influence on my life. Kindergarten: I was one of the only three or four black kids in the class. I wanted to be like the white kids. Due to that, I learned how to spell and read and write like a dynamo (my first spelled word after my own name was a personal favorite, "Alligator").

1st grade: my first crush was a white girl, Sarah Wall.

2nd grade: I was particularly hyper...white teachers couldn't handle me. They suggested ritalin, and mom said no. Cue the first of many classroom changes and visits to the office.

3rd grade: Again, I had to switch between different classes, and only kept friends that were bad influences.

4th grade: First time I had a black teacher. Started the year with a white teacher, but...didn't work. Part of my year at one school, then part at a charter school (only ONE or TWO more black people throughout the whole student population and NO black teachers, NO LIE), then the rest of the year with a mostly BLACK staff and student body. In case you guys hadn't guessed, white people are not the same as black people. It was a very hectic year, with some white taunting, some black taunting, but for the most part, believe it or not, white people were worse...

5th grade: Back to a predominantly white school, in a predominantly white neighborhood; except, NOW, my mind is a bit more in place; I have more confidence in who I am, and being black (especially so dark) is not such an issue anymore; I begin to make real friends, and my poetic and narrative muses begin to manifest (I start trying to write stories, poems and plays, although I really have been writing poems since 7)

6th grade: um, not nice. First year of middle school, at a BLACK school. NOW, the black folks are my worst nightmare; I contracted some infection/fungus/whatever, called alopecia ariata, causing my scalp to develop BALD PATCHES in my head. OMG, terrible, unforgettable, forever mentally scarring. But my poetry's getting better, and I start writing one of the best stories I've done so far; Vampire Hunt.

7th grade: Not nice either, but by now, I find a way to cope. I can underhandedly retort to the teasing (under my breath), and I reveal a bit of poetry to the others around me.

8th grade: By now, I've totally come out of my shell; my mom has found a solution to my terrible hair dilemma, and my middle finger has become my catchphrase. I'm foul-mouthed to anyone who crosses me, but among my skillset, sarcasm and comebacks. My DOG DIES (I had that big sweet dog since kindergarten, so sad...); cue the beginning of my rollercoaster of sadness (as though it hadn't already started before)

9th grade: HAIR'S back! But now I cut it from the 'fro I grew in 6th, to the fade I now currently don to this day. I feel like the new school year will allow me to start over, and it does in a WAY. How, you ask? The GAY thing starts up again! Some idiotic, mind-numbed jackass of a fool thinks just cause he's captain of the football team that I'll take his bullcrap! And his dunce of a moronic underling is twice as annoying. Fortunately, I can toss it back as fast as they can dish it out.

10th grade: Start showing my smarts to show up the haters. I do awesome on the PSAT's and get some of my poetry displayed in the halls. Gotta appreciate the little things...

11th grade: If life is a rollercoaster, then 9th grade was the starting track (a jolt at the start, but mostly straight); 10th grade is building up to 11th grade, then DROP. Great-grandma on my mom's side dies. Grandma on my dad's side dies. Grandmother on my mom's side dies. Grandfather on my father's side looks like he's on his way out. I am NOT in the mood to deal with those teasing jackasses, and it almost turns into a fight; what's worse, my depression makes me question my sexuality and my deepest beliefs. But, on the upside, it made for some great emo poetry (and I finally get a MySpace, haha)

12th grade: Turns out to be the very bestest. Poetry is off the chain, friends are even more off chain, my religious values are back in line, my sexuality is back in tact (straight as an arrow), and what's even greater, you remember that little story I stared back in 6th grade, Vampire Hunt? I started a re-write (with MUCH more developed plotline and story flow), and finished it, with 172 pages (back and front, meaning about 340-something pages in all) all in ONE school year; started that year, finished that year. I finally get a facebook, and branch out to good friends)

College: AWESOMENESS! I didn't pass every class (stupid distraction), but I retook those classes and aced 'em, and am ready to move on to bigger and better things.

Wanna know how the SPL fits into all this? I've been using the site as my sort of training ground, a jumpstart to my muse, to begin writing and reading (and SOCIALIZING again, with my humble MySpace and Facebook pages)

and...scene.
“…Judge not what a man has done, but judge what he could have done if he was a different bloke altogether. For art thou a leper? And a leper can changeth his spots…”   --Rudy Wade, Misfits (Series 4, Episode 8)
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 its... so beautiful and if its as true as mine then... then...  wahhhhhhhhhhh why must good people have bad childhoods
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Time to get out the fanfiction again....
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Re: Influences

Celadon's Penultimate
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to BECOME good people, of course...

(Oh, and BTW: Grandpa is CURED! No cancer thanks to a miracle device that seems something out of science fiction; that also has contributed to my belief in God...)
“…Judge not what a man has done, but judge what he could have done if he was a different bloke altogether. For art thou a leper? And a leper can changeth his spots…”   --Rudy Wade, Misfits (Series 4, Episode 8)
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Didn't get a screen shot, bbbbuuuuutttt....... paithalr  island.
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