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  1. But in every region that is self-governed you'd still have lots of people who didn't vote for that person, anything up to half. The US basically does that now with each state being somewhat self governed. The US is so big it's basically the equivalent of the EU. So you're just talking about taking all the goverence away from Washington and letting each state be its own independant country? That's what just over about 52% of people in my country were dumb enough to vote for and we'll be dealing with that mess for decades.
  2. I'm not trying to claim that life is bound to be out there or even that it's likely, such a claim is as baseless as trying to claim that it's unlikely. There are so many possible location for life in the universe that the odds of life developing on each one would have to be so astronomically low for not a single one of them to have produced life other than this one, and even if the odds were low enough to make that claim it could still only apply to the observable universe which may be infinitesimal compared to the whole thing. All we could do is find out that life requires such an unlike
  3. How would that work? You'd still have some people living under the government of somebody they didn't vote for. Or do you mean to use the recent USelection as an example, have Biden in control of the states that got the majority of the votes and Crybaby in control of the ones he won spltting the country in two? The might end up being the conclussion of the second US civil war that's coming judging by the online chatter.
  4. Not very in some cases. Dark matter and dark energy for example are artifacts of a model that didn't match reality so they invented them rather than discarding the model, that's really the only 'evidence' that they are actually a real thing. Also the big bang is bollocks in my opinion. When it was found that redshift is proportional to distance that should have been taken as evidence that the redshift must be occurring during the light's journey rather than being caused by motion of the source away from us. When redshift was shown to be higher than what you'd get if distant gala
  5. The only times I've been in real situations was in my twenties when I was out clubbing and I was always drunk anyway, although it did come in handy a couple of times. I do love a good sparring session though but that's nothing like the same thing. The only thing in terms of behaviour that men can do and women are genetically incapable of is walking past a shoe shop without turning their head. 🙂 You still have no basis for claiming that life is unlikely to develop to the point where it can create technology. True we've never been able to recreate life and it took a
  6. The difference is you were given a nation with agreed upon borders which were then disregarded when you invaded and continue to invade and conquer a neighbouring land. What you call anti-Semitism is really a hatred of this occupation and of the refusal of the international community to do anything about just because it's Jews doing it, and a hatred of evil and disgusting attempts at laughably trying to justify these actions.
  7. But you used an example where he did use correct spelling. Again, don't take other people's language (especially with that accent) then change it and claim your way is the right way. No it hasn't, and never will be. What happens if you send a message back in time instructing yourself not to ever send a message back in time? And what makes you think that hasactually happened?
  8. No I don't. The same increase in time dilation and length contraction that approaches infinity as objects approach an event horizon and preventing any object from reaching them applies in the same way to multiple black holes in close proximity.
  9. Of course, but in many cases they are, such as mine. I'm into to for maximum fulfillment rather than maximum efficiency but even if I wasn't I'm a big believer in focusing on your strengths more than your weaknesses, something I think formal education in general gets very wrong. No actually the science agrees. As you said yourself "There are also many scientists who believe biological sex is a mental construct. "Women used to hunt and fight before advanced sociology developed and have done all throughout history, although to a lesser degree than men. Even if there is a genuine n
  10. If it's not within the Schwarzschild radius (which it can't ever be) then it collapses into a black hole you have they same situation I just described. Its Schwarzschild radius will appear warped from a distant observer's perspective due to one side of the new black hole being closer and therefore more length contracted than the other side and never shall the two horizons meet regardless of their lifespan or the fact that they are constantly accelerating towards each other.
  11. No idea. You should try Ameri-do-te, the greatest martial art in existence created by the greatest martial artist in existence, Master Ken. And this could come in very handy for practical self defense if aliens are a thing: I'm the exact opposite, I'm in it for the art more than the martial, although there's obviously a strong overlap. I hate ground fighting, and grappling in general. I'm 100% a striker and need to stay on my feet. That's because racist people need something they can attack while still laug
  12. Oh okay, so how do multiple black holes interact. If there's a super-massive black hole and a smaller one falling towards it then it would basically work the same as any other object falling towards it. The event horizon of the smaller black hole will not be able to reach the event horizon of the bigger black hole in any amount of time. The smaller one will die first and because the side of the smaller black hole that's closer to the bigger black hole is under greater length contraction that side will have a lower radius making it kind of egg shaped from a distant observer's perspect
  13. Er yes, there's an obscure atmospheric phenomena known as 'clouds', wispy ones are hard to see at night. They can scatter light. Should really have suggested that much earlier. 🙂 Ah wadoryu that's one of the karate styles I've trained in, that and shotokan, as well as isshinryu that I started with right at the beginning. I really like muay thai, distinctive, stylish, effective and older than Jesus. I've never liked the look of jiu jitsu, always much preferred aikido although I know that jiu jitsu is supposed to be much more effective. I'm not talking about any spe
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