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Greetings, I am Denver.
I'm fourteen years old, a sophomore in high school, but I'm fairly intelligent for my age. (136 IQ when I was 12.) I'm a high-functioning autistic, hence my intellect. I love learning new things and talking about ideas. My personality type is INTP.
I'm interested in language, math, science, philosophy, physics, engineering, biology, and many other intriguing topics. I also love Japanese culture. I'm a video gamer, but I spend time doing other things, too.
My relationships with people I've met here:
Anyways, that's my summary.
Edit: I will likely be relatively inactive while I spend time with LittleGirly003 elsewhere.
Posts made by Cephalon
RE: Hold your breathe and type "X" until u stop holding your breath. NO CHEATING.
I wouldn't care. The matrix is just as meaningful as the real world because, in truth, nothing is real. There is only an illusion of reality, one that you can only break free from once you perish. The real world might not be real, but neither is the matrix. It's all a giant illusion, making us think that certain things have more meaning than others.
You punch the illusion, it punches back. It's easier to live a peaceful life than to live one where your actions ultimately won't make a difference, even though you fight like hell to make it so. Cherish the illusion.
RE: Humanity's Best Inventions
7.) Steam engines.
10.) Assembly lines.
Humanity's Best Inventions
What are humanity's most intuitive and life-changing inventions?
This will be an interactive post for others to answer.
Depending on how much you want to share, you can pick from three options.
1.) Top 5 best inventions.
2.) Top 10 best inventions.
3.) Top 20 best inventions.
Post your answers down below!
RE: Dyson Spheres - Will Humanity Relocate?
@truongk20 I agree, it would be a huge project, one that we may never finish considering modern problems like resource depletion, national competition, religious terrorism, and countless other things. The big issue isn't building the structure itself, it's lasting long enough to complete the project.
Also, you don't necessarily have to completely surround the star. You don't even have to build a giant platform. There are multiple ways to do it, two of which I will share.
1.) Build a bunch of small space stations, not very large, just numerous, and throw them into orbit around the star. You can always add to the number of stations, the big issue is making sure they don't collide. Even so, it shouldn't happen very often.
2.) Build a massive ring around the star, similar to the ring around Saturn, except one large object. It should be relatively thin, since you can always build more, and it can house a TON of people. You can also approach this design with a ladder-like structure, where the rungs of the ladder are constantly rotating, providing artificial gravity. This also cuts back on the needed materials, since there's a sizeable gap between each rung.
Both of these methods don't require insanely strong materials, more so the former. You could always pull resources from other planets, or somehow fuse large amounts of common atoms to make things like iron, similar to how a star does. Sadly, this is not possible yet, but we're getting pretty close to starting nuclear fusion.
RE: The truth about the world we live in!!!
@Ilija-Gromovnik About the guns though... I'm bipolar, so I can't get a gun license. And the whole loan thing isn't easy. It's nearly impossible to get your feet off the ground without loans nowadays... I won't be able to go to college or get a good house.