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ShadowofReverse ✭✭

I suppose͢ ̨you̡ ̡human̛s͠ ar͞e͘ ̧cel͠ebr̛at̷ing͡ ͡anot̀h͘e̕r̀ ͞y̨éa̧r o̵f̴ Ameri̵c̵a no͡t çoll͢aps̸in͏g ͡o̸n̨ i͜t̕s̨e͏l͏f͡ y҉e̶t͟.҉ ҉G͟ood j̶ob̢.

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  • ShadowofReverse earned the Name Dropper badge.
    Mentioning someone in a discussion (like this: @Name) is a great way to encourage dialog and let them know who you’re talking to.
    July 25
  • I suppose͢ ̨you̡ ̡human̛s͠ ar͞e͘ ̧cel͠ebr̛at̷ing͡ ͡anot̀h͘e̕r̀ ͞y̨éa̧r o̵f̴ Ameri̵c̵a no͡t çoll͢aps̸in͏g ͡o̸n̨ i͜t̕s̨e͏l͏f͡ y҉e̶t͟.҉ ҉G͟ood j̶ob̢.
    July 4
    • itsIndy
      itsIndy
      ok
    • Lefian
      Lefian
      It's also my dad's birthday :D
    • Lava_Entity
      Lava_Entity
      well........ok then if you put it that way........
    • Jarr2003
      Jarr2003
      How long are you going to continue the edgy alt thing? It's stupid
    • Carmory
      Carmory
      ^
    • ShadowofReverse
      ShadowofReverse
      @Jarr I'm̀ he̴r̵e ͡to s͏ta̷y.̡ ̶I r̛efus͡e tơ ̴gò ̡ba̡c̢k͝ ̶ag̶ai͞n̡.

      ́I'm n҉eve͟r ̸gòi͏n̶g҉ ̧b́àc̕k ͘to ͘t͜hàt ͜hèl̀l a͟ǵain̡.͏
    • Vini
      Vini
      @jArr Until someone "kill" him in DashNet City, or the void equivalent to death, which I assume is unexisting.
    • Jarr2003
      Jarr2003
      @Vini Welp, this is going to take a while.
    • ¤RunninginReverse¤
      ¤RunninginReverse¤
      Tbh, he might not even die. He could survive.
      But that doesn't mean he'll be around and important forever. I just don't like killing off characters unless I know I'll never use them for anything else.
    • QuentinPlaysMC
      QuentinPlaysMC
      Honestly is that really a thing to celebrate?
      I feel like a lot of the universe's problems would be gone if humans ceased to exist.
    • Debator
      Debator
      Edgy af
    • silentsomersault
      silentsomersault
      I didn't know America was the entire human race.
    • Uiomancant
      Uiomancant
      America is the planet, the term "earth" is anything that's not america.
    • Brainstorm
      Brainstorm
      Without humans, the universe doesn't even have a purpose to exist
    • QuentinPlaysMC
      QuentinPlaysMC
      @Brainstorm
      That's a very Homosapien thing for you to say.
      (Also to the other ppl America has a portion of the world's population, AKA: one less to deal with if it were to fall.)
    • Brainstorm
      Brainstorm
      It's not very wrong, humans are the only living things with basic understanding and can properly turn the earth into a civilization, and they can appreciate the universe more than anything, I'm sure not even monkeys know that the moon is not a lightball
    • Vini
      Vini
      @QuienJuegaMC That's true for every country in the world. Whether it's 20% of the global population or not-China is irrelevant.

      @LS Keyword: Earth. Who are you to say we're the only sapient fish in this ocean we call the Universe?
    • Brainstorm
      Brainstorm
      As long as we haven't discovered any super-intelligent beings, then yes, we are.
      #Humanist
    • Vini
      Vini
      >super-intelligent
      bitch we still looking
    • ¤RunninginReverse¤
      ¤RunninginReverse¤
      So, you're saying, "if we didn't see it, it didn't happen," essentially?
      Amusing.

      Also, we aren't even super-intelligent beings, how do you expect us to discover them?
    • Brainstorm
      Brainstorm
      I'm not an astronaut or a rocket scientist, so...

      That's not what I meant, I meant that it is safer to assume that aliens don't exist than to assume that they do
    • Jarr2003
      Jarr2003
      @Quentin It's not exactly like the universe has been affected by humans, though. At most you could say the solar system has been noticeably affected by humans, but Earth is the only part of it that has been really changed. Furthermore, the universe's "problems" are only problems because there are living creatures that can comprehend what is bad for them and them only. The universe doesn't have any problems because it lacks sentience, and as a result cannot consider anything a "problem" nor has any problems to begin with as nothing bad is going to happen to it.

      I honestly don't understand how people continue to try to justify genocide with the idea that the world would be better off without humans. It's just perpetuating the bs that humans are "naturally evil."

      @Brainstorm On the contrary, I'd say the opposite. It's safer to assume that there is other intelligent life in the universe than to claim that there isn't. We still don't even really know how life on Earth first started, so we really can't say whether or not the situations that led to life first forming on Earth can't happen on other planets. Furthermore, the likelihood that it cannot happen on other planets is highly unlikely, as if it happened on Earth, regardless of how unlikely it was to happen at all, it's still likely that it will happen again eventually due to the sheer amount of planets there are in the galaxy, let alone universe.

      Plus, the sheer size of the universe, especially in comparison to how much mankind has more or less seen, makes it highly likely that intelligent life exists that we simply haven't seen yet. It's also very well possible that our technology simply cannot detect the closest intelligent life regardless, as assuming that they are more advanced than us, they may very well use a form of communication we haven't discovered yet and as thus cannot detect. Overall I don't think that the "if we haven't discovered it then we should assume it doesn't exist" mindset is a good one.
    • itsIndy
      itsIndy
      can all of you guys shut up im trying to watch bill nye
    • Brainstorm
      Brainstorm
      We'll assume everything you said is very correct, jarr, now that we have dragged the argument to a higher point, how exactly; "a lot of the universe's problems would be gone if humans ceased to exist.", because since all other forms of intelligent life are not on earth.
    • ¤RunninginReverse¤
      ¤RunninginReverse¤
      Amazing how this conversation sprouted from one Glitchbitch activity pots, huh?
    • ¤RunninginReverse¤
      ¤RunninginReverse¤
      post*
    • Lefian
      Lefian
      Don't take credit for it lolol
    • Vini
      Vini
      Such is the power of derailment.
    • adam_antichrist
      adam_antichrist
      @Brainstorm humans are not the only intelligent life form on earth. We are just the one which has evolved the best problem solving capabilities.
    • Debator
      Debator
      Saying "i havent seen it so it isnt there" is very small-minded. Have you ever seen pluto with your bare eyes? Or neptune?
      Dont forget how much we actually assume
    • Brainstorm
      Brainstorm
      I'd assume you didn't read my last comment here
    • idc
      idc
      How do we know the Universe hasn't been affected by humans? Humans could have developed time travel and FTL travel and infected the whole universe. They'd do it if they could certainly.
    • Debator
      Debator
      Time travel by itself is impossible.

      Also brainstorm, why are no other animals intelligent? What is your definition of intelligent?
    • Jarr2003
      Jarr2003
      @Idc I'm talking about right now. While we may eventually do that in the distant future, at the moment we haven't.
    • Brainstorm
      Brainstorm
      I didn't say that animals aren't intelligent, I said that they do "not" "have basic understanding of the world and can turn it into a proper civilization"
    • Brainstorm
      Brainstorm
      Also, if you say that there are super-intelligent beings out there, then why not say that they will invent time travel before us, since they are more intelligent than us? And maybe they could be even more damage to the universe than us, given they are much more intelligent and probably have higher technology
      I honestly don't understand people who think all aliens that could ever exist are more intelligent and less destructive than us
    • Jarr2003
      Jarr2003
      @Brainstorm I'm pretty sure most people don't think that. It's possible that there are aliens that are much more advanced than us, and it's possible that they aren't. There are even theories that humans are the first species to get to our level of advancement. We simply don't know whether or not there is other species of our level or higher in the universe. Presumably there is, but we don't know yet and likely won't know for a while.
    • idc
      idc
      I mean that humans have infected the universe across the whole of time and space. So although we can't do it, future humans have and then travelled back in time to spread the infection.
    • Brainstorm
      Brainstorm
      I don't even think time travel will be possible, just an opinion, and even if that happens, since we haven't seen anything from the future, they probably can't travel to the past..
      And, once again, how do we know that no other beings have created time travel before us and spread infection?
    • Debator
      Debator
      What is your definition of an intelligent animal brainstorm? Why arent other animals intelligent?
      Why was my comment deleted?
    • Debator
      Debator
      Btw traveling to the past needs negative mass which is impossible in itself
    • ¤RunninginReverse¤
      ¤RunninginReverse¤
      @Debator We're not nearly as far along in science as we think; there might be another way, even if we haven't discovered it yet.
    • Brainstorm
      Brainstorm
      I did not say that animals aren't intelligent, I said that humans are more intelligent than anything else on earth that has been discovered, and that humans have the intelligence capable of understanding the world they are in and turning it into a civilization
    • Debator
      Debator
      Thats true, although negative mass is the same thing as negative distance. For time to revert one has to go faster than the speed of light, which is only possible with a negative mass

      If our current laws of physics are right, it requires negative mass
      Negative mass is utterly destructive
      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=J2QsbFOCeD4
    • Debator
      Debator
      Also what do you consider a civilisation? Ants have a civilisation with ants spread worldwide. They have a hierarchy and i dont know for sure but they might be able to communicate. Are those intelligent brainstorm?
    • Jarr2003
      Jarr2003
      @Debator I think he means civilization as in one that no longer requires hunting and gathering. While ants do build their own homes, they still generally do rely on hunting and gathering. They just don't need to move around as much as early humans did because food for them is much easier to find, especially now that there are humans with over abundances of food throughout the world. A sandwich, for example, can generally only feed a single human, but can feed an entire colony of ants.

      Furthermore, ants lack even the most primitive of human technologies. They lack the ability to learn about the world around them, and instead focus solely on the survival of themselves and the colony. Humans, even before we evolved into homo sapiens, have used primitive technology such as basic tools for a very long time. Once we began grouping together to form villages and eventually civilizations, we began to learn more and more about the world around us, such as metals and various forms of agriculture. Ants may have the rough outline of a civilization, but humans have had full on society for thousands of years.
    • Vini
      Vini
      46, and now 47 comments. That's enough for a two page discussion.
      Shall we either stop or move this to a thread already?
    • Debator
      Debator
      Jeez if youre annoyed by the lemgth just press the comment button

      Also, well thought out comment
    • Brainstorm
      Brainstorm
      I think jarr summarized what I tried to say when I couldn't
      Animals ARE intelligent, but humans are, in comparison with everything on earth, what I would call "Superintelligent"
    • idc
      idc
      But humans ARE animals.
  • ShadowofReverse earned the 100 Comments badge.
    Getting this far requires gumption, something you have in spades.
    July 6
  • ShadowofReverse was promoted to Level 2.
    June 26
  • itsIndy
    The sad thing is I can read every word you type in one go lol
    June 25
    • ShadowofReverse
      ShadowofReverse
      I͡t͞'̨s no̧t̨ ͡m͡ea̶nt t̕o͠ bȩ ha̶rd ͢to ͠re͏ad ͝ẁhat ̛I t̴y̶p͘e ̶t͘h͜ough͘?͜
    • Narrator
      Narrator
      I'm surprised you can read
    • ShadowofReverse
      ShadowofReverse
      .̶ . . ̀Da̴mn, ͢y̕ou're ͡bei͜n͘g ́savage̵ todąy͢,͢ ̛N͠.̢
    • itsIndy
      itsIndy
      RiR I hope thats just part of your persona bc kids that talk like Brainstorm are the least bit of savage you'll ever find on the web.