No single person or event lead to the events of world war 2. Where as the theft of my grilled cheese sandwhich was a solo operation and that mother's going DOWN! 188.8.131.52 2013-03-10 21:53:46 (Death, Killers, People, Time, Time Travel, UnAnswered )
Psh you Americans. We're a CLEAN people and secrete a new one every day and molt it piece by piece as the day progresses, just like you, insect.
No, we're far more civilised than that. We've moved far beyond "molting" and now pay recent immigrants from countries we've third worlded to use carcinogenic solvents to remove our out-of-style exoskeletons. Khono 2013-01-05 05:26:54 (Canada, Honesty, IRC, Time, UnAnswered )
Time is the result of inevitable action and reaction of the smallest units of existence due to "forces" attracting or repelling each one from another. It has been speculated that at the core of existence there are what we might call bits; variables that may be either true or false. Provided that this is correct, it is more likely that what we call "forces" are really just the manifestation of a set of simple rules acting on an infinitesimal scale. An even stronger result (in my opinion) is that as "time" progresses (as inevitability becomes reality) the universe further strays from any recognizable pattern, that is to say, it becomes less organized. This, the law of Entropy, is not definite- it is probabilistic. Thus it is not an excellent way to define time. On the macroscopic scale, nature may even appear to defy Entropy, an illusion known as reverse entropy. Though it may be loosely defined on a microscopic scale, generally the term refers to the continuous expansion and decreasing density of the universe. At one point in time scientists thought that the universe would end in a Big Crunch, in which all of the universe is re-compressed to a very small size. This is now known to be false.
From the human perspective, time is a transformation of consciousness; beginning with only a set of instincts and the like, we build our minds up from what we observe and can learn from the world around us. The good and the bad, the boring and the thrilling, the realization and the confusion are all muddled up in the crevasses of our minds, so that we, on occasion, will wonder whether time has brought us anything at all. I am worthless shit 2011-08-07 03:29:36 (Physics, Time, UnAnswered )
AFK travelled back in time to the reign of Charles the Victorious of France (sometime during the late 14th century). He had a super army of ninjas, and in no time beat the French and English to carve out his own empire in the south of France. Then he annexed Aquitaine and renamed it after the area he already conquered. So he had two areas of the same name. Therefore, he has had these lands for over six hundred...oh wait, those are Brests. Since when did AFK have breasts?
Since KFC announced their new three dollar bucket! Yallow 2011-04-20 03:26:43 (A F K When Needed, IRC, Time, UnAnswered )
Not exactly. The very was an early form of boxing, but because most of its practitioners were Asian immigrants to the Americas, fans assumed the athletes were practicing some type of judo or jujitsu. This was further exacerbated by seeing their warm up drills, which were variations of Tai Chi that they had remembered their grandparents using.
Chuck Norris. Before him there was only chaos, but with his holy aura, we learned what it truly means to kick ass. And it was good.
Im sorry but there was no BEFORE Chuck Norris he just IS. Martial arts was the name recently adopted as the proper term for his kickassness. Ian Should Get A Life 37 2011-04-14 17:48:43 (Time, UnAnswered, Violence )