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  1. Is it something that could happen: all of the UK being stood in front of a derelict house in the state of North Carolina?
  2. World revolution: no nations, no jobs, no television?, no skyscrapers, no businesses, no militaries, no housing markets, no or very little transport, no or very little infrastructure, no political parties, no status whatsoever.. Can all of this be caused by just a single can of Coke, or perhaps a single bag of potatoes or sausages? Obviously this would be astounding if true, but is it actually possible?
  3. Can any life form recreate the Big Bang? At this point in time, I think it's possible that the universe is a stage of progression that isn't meant to be final. If one sees the universe as not absence, but then because of absence, Isn't that an error of some sort? Moreover, I find it interesting to wonder if reality's resolution is based on any homo sapien becoming God, including any current Democrat or Republican.
  4. People and light bulbs are the same, insofar that they're made of atoms, therefore is there any issue about whether light bulbs should be locked out of buildings?
  5. Is American conservatism wrong on the basis that despite needing replication, it also has to oppose it?
  6. Can people's conversations in daily life become future technology, no different from items like transmitters, or motor engines or computer software?
  7. This is like teddy bears and planets. What is the scope of causation?
  8. Is computer software possible without either Christianity or Islam, or just religious thought in general?
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