fu wrote:one problem is that we confuse science (and some of its experiments/achievements) w/ everything else (happiness, evolution, civilization etc). science alone won't solve all our problems. each science boasts a bunch of indexes and graphs, measures something while discarding anything else. we have to start looking at the whole picture.
another basic problem is that we overestimate our (human) kind. up to the point that the us smart, them dumb mindset does not end with puberty as it should. scientists call the mass dumb, artists call the mass dumb, mass call the mass dumb, it's a vicious circle. what a fantastic, reasonable, educated piece of work!
get a bunch of nobel-prized scientists, a bunch of well known artists, a bunch of janitors and some eskimo fishermen. when you're done hearing each other's bragging start discussing about their personal aspects. and hey! they're all facing the exact same issues with their partners and the rest of their (inter)personal aspects. smart what? dumb what?
it feels ok to bitch about the (other) mass, good old placebo pill to make the rest of the titles stand out for a while. it's easy to call now dumb, something that a civilization of the pre-classic period guessed back then. just as it's always easy to blame a majority of the population for reproducing mass media hysteria. when you take them off the g'dang tv box, motivate/educate them, nice things happen. lo + behold the few clowns w/ monkey suits wouldn't like that, gotta keep 'em hypnotized to get the votes on Sunday and keep ripping them off (some people think this is called freedom/democracy). problem is why "we" educated fools fail to recognize the booby-traps.
about those damned sci-fi movies of the 80s? all the fake intelligence and smartassness that they were pushing to the mass for 2000AD?
damn scientists! where is my jetpack?
zahal wrote:Nowadays it's mostly $laves to the indu$try of $cience.
GeneratriX wrote:I think this is all a commercial bullshit to get richer some media groups
GeneratriX wrote:So: -do you all guys really think that the 2012 will be the EOTW?
Frapazoid wrote:I wonder if they do this to sell books about Nostradamus.
GeneratriX wrote: P.S.: But if for some reason this polite guess from me is wrong, I'll just take first class seats. I would not loose myself the BIG SHOW for anything in the world!
zahal wrote:Shock and Awe part III in 3d, FullHD, and Smell-O-Vision!
GeneratriX wrote:zahal wrote:Shock and Awe part III in 3d, FullHD, and Smell-O-Vision!
Indeed! ...but considering it again, I think I would hire a group fly with parachutes! ...what a nicer thing to do on a day like these? No matter if the killer thingy is a meteorite, a flood, or a big gap of tectonic plates... THIS IS THE ONLY THING YOU REALLY NEED!!! BUY YOUR TICKET NOW!!!
Oskar45 wrote:Snow Queen v Hendrick's...fu wrote:name your poison
VenomousPinecone wrote:]Someone needs to fly around the world in a hot air balloon with the 3d cam slung to the bottom to get all the footage. Could we beam it to a big database on the moon, you know for future pay per view events?
fu wrote:name your poison
Oh yes!...Thanks, nicefu wrote: straight i presume? there you go
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