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    Science: Mineralogy, biology, nuclear physics, mathematics, chemistry, taxonomy, epistemology/ideonomy, and some amount of psychology.

    Video Games: The Evil Within 2, The Possession Experiment, Minecraft, SuperHot, MH4U, LoZ BotW, SSBU, and Pokemon.

    TV and Movies: FMAB, Ghostbusters, The 100, and Godzilla.

    Music: Emerald Falcon by Richard Meyer, Dragonhunter by Richard Meyer, Into the Raging River by Steven Reineke, Symphony 6 by Robert D McCashin, Symphony 6 opus 68 by Ludwig van Beethoven, Symphony 9 opus 95 by Antonin L Dvorak, Moonlight Sonata by Ludwig van Beethoven, Für Elise by Ludwig van Beethoven, Nuvole Bianche by Ludovico Einaudi, and Always by Peter B Helland.

    Musical Instruments: Piano, cello, lyra, acoustic guitar, music box, and 8bit synth.

    Miscellaneous: Weightlifting/Powerlifting, arm wrestling, martial arts (mostly empty-hand, but also including historical weaponry), writing and literature, Markiplier, JonTron, SCP Foundation, and chess.

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  1. Eyyyy, that's a good one. Here's a better version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fmUDr2DO2is BFG Division is another great Doom Eternal OST; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9GaIbECisQ
  2. The hell are you even talking about? Do you have any evidence for the things you're spouting? And what's any of it got to do with physics?
  3. This is the addition, subtraction, multiplication, and percentage symbols within the notation of a cardinal set... either this is literally gibberish, or it's simply outside my realm of experience.
  4. You must remember that correlation is not causation. Simply because those who more often use mobile devices also tend to have unhealthier spermatozoans, does not mean that mobile devices are changing one's DNA. Rather, it is likely that a factor correlated with one's increased usage of mobile devices is also responsible, either directly or indirectly, for the poor seminal health.
  5. This is indeed true. However, I believe one of the most remarkable and fascinating affinities of the human mind is the ability to overcome these limitations by changing and improving the way we think. As many astronomically complex systems as there are in science that humans could never understand inherently, we've always found a way to formulize them into a form we, with all our limitations, can digest and utilize. I believe this to be true even on a universal scale or beyond. Refer to the above
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