If atheism happens to be true but you can change any laws of existence, would you (By ActualFrisk MaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper StarDiamond 9 months ago)

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    4 months ago
    ico
    guest from Illinois, United States
    I'd like to believe we would evolve past physical biology before the heat death of the universe becomes a problem. Thus we could reset the universe again and survive.
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    9 months ago
    ico +1
    Hear me out here. I have a theory that humans will eventually evolve into god-like beings. Think about. Over the last 600,000 years we evolved from being 4 foot tall apes into being sentient beings with space travel technology. That's been less than .01% of Earth's existence. In just the past 10,000 years, the human cranial capacity (limit of intelligence) has expanded exponentially. All this from single celled bacterium 3 billion years ago. In another few million years, it is completely logical to assume that the only direction we can go in is a level of super-sentience that would transcend our current understanding of what constitutes "life" and into something near omniscient in nature. If that sounds crazy, imagine how the internet would sound to someone from a few hundred years ago. All we have to do is continue on a consistent evolutionary course. Unless we keep breeding with n*ggers and ruin it all.
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    9 months ago
    ico +1
    I was following but I knew there's be something like that at the end
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    9 months ago
    ico
    Just being realistic
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    4 months ago
    ico +1
    guest from Illinois, United States
    Good. Never bow down to other's sensibilities.
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    9 months ago
    ico
    MustaKrakish Gold MedalGold TrophySuper Star from Pennsylvania, United States
    Honestly it's more likely that if anything prevents it, it'll be the spics.
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    9 months ago
    ico
    Am_Depreesed MaleBronze MedalBlue Star from Västerbotten, Sweden
    I agreed with what you wrote except for the last part like WTF I thought that you were an at least relatively smart human being that knew that the pigment of your skin doesn't matter and that having lighter skin doesn't make you better than someone with darker skin.
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    4 months ago
    ico +1
    guest from Illinois, United States
    I had a similar theory that the aryans were grey-like humans from the future who interbred with the prehistoric humans. It is crazy how fast humans evolved large craniums. I honestly believe there was some kind of intervention involved. Whether they be gods or aliens (Not much difference in my opinion) THERE HAS TO BE INTERVENTION. I honestly can't believe we evolved that quickly naturally and I really wish whites would stop flushing all that DNA information down the toilet. The soul secured in her existence, smiles at the drawn dagger, and defies its point. STOP BREEDING WITH BLACKS.
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    4 months ago
    ico +1
    You're very smart for a guest. Get an account.
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    4 months ago
    ico
    guest from Illinois, United States
    Hmm... Maybe...
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    9 months ago
    ico
    I mean bears perishing into non existence
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    9 months ago
    ico +1
    Immortality would get so boring. And I'm not about to f*ck with laws of nature
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    9 months ago
    ico
    ActualFrisk MaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper StarDiamond from Yaroslavskaya Oblast', Russia
    Well in case atheism happens to be true, if we don't change the laws of nature we will all perish into oblivion
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    4 months ago
    ico
    guest from Illinois, United States
    Boredom is only in the mind. Once we achieve immortality, we could modify the human brain as to make eternal life tolerable.
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    9 months ago
    ico
    My opinion of death is that there's nothing after it. Our body and mind fail and we simply have an eternity of nonexistence. Also, A is terrible because immortality would result in overpopulation to an extreme, humanity would die out from lack of resources long before the death of the universe.
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    9 months ago
    ico
    ActualFrisk MaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper StarDiamond from Yaroslavskaya Oblast', Russia
    Well, salvation means these problems will be solved. And by changing the laws of nature it will be limitless resources and also all the dead people will be recurrected and granted eternal life
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    9 months ago
    ico +1
    MustaKrakish Gold MedalGold TrophySuper Star from Virginia, United States
    I'd just keep reincarnation.
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    9 months ago
    ico
    ActualFrisk MaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper StarDiamond from Yaroslavskaya Oblast', Russia
    Most atheists don't believe in reincarnation though
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    9 months ago
    ico
    MustaKrakish Gold MedalGold TrophySuper Star from Virginia, United States
    I'm different. I'm open to the possibility that there are things that go beyond the rigid requirements of what scientists study. Certain things may exist/occur that aren't identical every time despite identical factors and variables.