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Posted: 10:39AM Jan 3, 2018
FatHeadAus
Posts: 2615

Only nerds do. Why on earth would a dumb person play those games?

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Posted: 11:02AM Jan 10, 2018
Hydra1234Ait
Posts: 2683

To get smarter. It's not like they can get any dumber playing those games, right?

All fields of science are just applied physics.
Posted: 06:45PM Jan 15, 2018
FatHeadAus
Posts: 2615

Not directly. They might have a mental condition that gets worse when they try to exercise their mind. Those conditions exist, don't they?

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Posted: 01:06PM Jan 16, 2018
Hydra1234Ait
Posts: 2683

I've never heard of such. You aren't making up that condition, right?

All fields of science are just applied physics.
Posted: 05:28PM Jan 24, 2018
FatHeadAus
Posts: 2615

Actually, no. Some people shouldn't exercise their bodies because of physical conditions. Wouldn't it only make sense if the same was true about minds?

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Posted: 06:12PM Jan 24, 2018
Hydra1234Ait
Posts: 2683

Intuitively, yes. However, isn't the body much easier to overexert than the mind?

All fields of science are just applied physics.
Posted: 05:59PM Jan 26, 2018
FatHeadAus
Posts: 2615

Maybe. I once read Tom Sawyer, by Mark Twain, in which, in one part, a kid had memorized something like 6000 Bible passages for three Bibles and then suffered a mental breakdown. I'm not sure how hard that was for him, though.

What? There's nothing wrong with using novels, is there??


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Posted: 01:40PM Jan 28, 2018
Hydra1234Ait
Posts: 2683

There isn't in most cases, but using evidence from a fictional source to back up your claim is only something politicians would do.
It's not like you can't get less credible than citing a fictional book, right?


All fields of science are just applied physics.
Posted: 06:06PM Jan 29, 2018
brandonfaveA
Posts: 8

Maybe. Fiction books are obviously fictious and completely made up. It is pretty obvious that fiction is not a good source, right?
Posted: 09:58PM Jan 29, 2018
FatHeadAus
Posts: 2615

With "fake news" a thing nowadays, I'd say nothing's "obvious" anymore. Besides, fiction makes for good thought experiments. What worked for Einstein can work for us, can't it?

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