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zwarior

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  1. 5 in dev, "some" with nothing to do with Westeros ...so a GoT prequel, sidestory, sequel?
  2. hope not. The best reveal from the trailer other than seeing Dolores (??? I should rewatch s2... why do I think she is Bernard/Albert..) is getting to see a dynamic between a working class human away from the park and hosts. It's been hosts and clientel or park workers/security s2 exhausted "new worlds" quickly, this would be refreshing than adding another world again
  3. https://getpocket.com/explore/item/this-cartoon-explains-why-elon-musk-thinks-we-re-characters-in-a-computer-simulation-he-might-be the tl;dr: What do you think? It better illustrates determinism vs free will for me. The simulated us being deterministic, and our consciousness can be separate from the simulated when "free will" is practiced. free will being something "out of character"... This makes me miss Rick and Morty... when is there a new season lol
  4. "the society/this governing society" is inclusive to all its citizens correct? So basic human rights in general, at its root, applies to all?
  5. if yours is the bull mine is the lube
  6. Having a private self and public self is legitimate. Whether someone screws that up by intermixing the two is on them, but it should be up to them (not "ought to".on paper,it is anyway) . So whether your butthole is an out only or a free for all, you getting to choose whose nose goes in there sounds like a basic human right.
  7. limited freedom in a governing society makes sense to me. It's a shared space, public, and at the root of it, certain people's "freedom" would impose on others. The issue is what laws deem an imposition on others or not. E.g. PDA banned in certain countries Imagine in a post surveillance war we're in now, where it's become a norm for people to check on you in your private space. The tech behind it, I'll leave it to your imagination/a Black mirror episode. In that sense, "Governing society" is a degree closer reaching the omnipotence of God. Are you fine with that? Not having even your private space for your "free will"?
  8. nvm, there's no world made from scratch that wouldn't involve some suspense of disbelief I know of
  9. Adam and Eve were in Heaven already. I would say they were the most distant from primitive by being closest to God/most trusted, he didn't keep an eye on them. Yet, ironically were the prime and "animalistic" (everything sagging openly, naïve) so we're cultivating ourselves to be fancy for God, making what we deem to be the "right" choices (self examined or based on established text/policy, whatever). When in the end, the omnipotent already knows/(predetermines?) our faith? Is the "free will" just a multiple choice question/Choose your own adventure book? right to choose =/= freedom
  10. the show gets better by each season, s4 was fantastic. Cannot wait. And love Miley Cyrus
  11. What did you think of the finale/s8? better than Matrix sequels
  12. true. literally it's sounds like something we'd ban in hot tub sessions, but figuratively I think it aligns with what's written in religious text and repeated differently yet the same concept; Im gonna quote Vini on this- "the simulation could also be part of a larger simulation". if God is in control and free will is given, is it free will? Sounds like determinism/ fascade of "free will"
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    ayo dis chad

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  14. I absolutely loved the GoT finale episode compared to the other eps from s8 or s7. And one of the best eps overall, my #1 being s6e8
  15. simulated worlds indistinguishable from reality are easily achievable and arguably already done so. Agreed on it having to be conscious. Don't get your last sentence?
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