Another s/fur, because it never ends
I wanna be inside a shark grills belly
I heard about an experiment a long time ago like that, people prayed for a result outside the normal range for the algorithm and it happened. I was never able to find the paper associated with it though
What would her milk taste like, I wonder?
I'd like to be her, be milked, and find out
I guess that the tricky thing about quantum mechanics is that true objectivity is impossible to achieve; An observer has to be -and remain outside of- the event horizon of the subject [or subjects] being observed to ensure that the presence of the observer does not affect the behavior of the subject(s).
What's the most disgusting term you guys have heard for vagina?
For me it's "clam".
I've got some sexy shell fish that would suggest otherwise
Let's talk about Star Wars VII and devolve into racism like last night, that was fun.
I'm sure it will be fine
of course I'm the only person I know that liked all the prequels
Or to completely reiterate, An observer has to be -and remain- outside of the event horizon(s) of the subject(s) being observed in order to ensure that the behavior of the subject(s) is not affected by the presence of the observer.
The only big problem with the prequels was the pacing. Episode 1 was too slow, and as a result Episode 3 was painfully rushed.
which is actually impossible in all case, good measures are taken when you alter the pool very little by measuring
Hello pino. Always nice to see you around
people read into that too far. They were trying to make it out that the jedi were advanced enough to have non-force measurements for potential. The thing the blood wasn't a cause, it was correlated, they used the measure of them to determine if someone had potential without need a jedi on every planet to find kids
Just been on my mind recently, having seen a few experiments (run by people who understand the numbers, are prominent in a scientific field, and understand just how much evidence is required to even suggest statistical significance) that show some really wonky shit going on with the human brain and how it seems to interact with relatively recent physics ideas.
Two people separated from earth's magnetic field by a giant Faraday cage (and put into small identical-yet-connected fields in separate rooms) being able to share a small fraction of sensory experiences across distances, for example... human consciousness skewing number generation, people inside Earth's magnetic field being able to "tell" when somebody is looking at them and being correct at around 70-75% (while it drops to the expected perfect 50 when the field is removed as a control), studies showing that people can actually react with stress responses to "emotionally-charged imagery" (and with some people reliably) before it's even shown to the person, etc. Wonky shit we can't really explain yet, and with a LOT more satisfying evidence than "I heard my uncle's cousin's friend from college say he once saw..."
I'm not exactly sober, so you're going to have to forgive me for my poor wording. Anyway, the outcome is going to be almost invariably altered by the media used to measure it.
Names involving food come to mind, 'fur burger', 'beef curtains', etc.
I see your point.
It was still dumb
I actually like a lot more than anthro drawings
as far as I know there was no follow up. I'd liked to have seen them try to measure some change in the people. If they altered the thing by force of will I would expect some other energy change, like a drop in body temperature or burning calories or something. What little I know about that experiment was just that and as far as I know the subject wasn't picked up again
Fur burger legit made me start laughing.
Form. I love the curves, faces, and overall appearance of them.
And thinkiing about the softness of fur and being close and snuggling makes me think warm thoughts.
Make your own thread for it.
it was a good idea, but they should have elaborated as people saw it the wrong way
right it always is. when you read the temperature of something, the thermometer changes the substances temp, they deliberately make those out of materials with low specific heat so the effect is reduced
You like boobs, right? Now imagine boobs attached to a woman that purrs while you cuddle her.
They're basically human, but with a few extra features to make them exotic. Exotic is attractive.
There's not a lot to debate.
plus extra boobs
Elaborating on it would've only made the pacing worse.
oh well, maybe that's why they didn't
I just found that complaint annoying when I kept hearing it, he never says the microbes cause force powers, just something weird and mystical sounding about them being connected to the force, people interpreted it weird
It's almost like you expect people not to know.
the second one was good
God tier albums thread, with the best song and band.
Burn the evidence
Let's keep some variety here, not just metal or rock.
because she'll spit fire at you?
I honestly don't know if you're shitposting or just plain stupid.
I'd might be scared at first. But my penis would trick me into blind, mindless bravery. :B
>dragons are my fave
A lot of the time it's stuff like... the one I heard about where a person has to pick one of two options, and the result is either nothing or an image. They run the test thousands and thousands and thousands of times with hundreds of different people, and it comes out almost perfectly 50%... but the same test run with a mostly-pornographic image gets people picking the right one 54% of the time with enough recurrence to be significant (something mentioned about the non-linearity of time and a slight sixth-sense leading to more procreation, whatever). They aren't exactly the kind of things that rewrite history, but it's enough that people go "Wait, what? Something isn't right here, find out more, MORE TESTING!"
Was great, one of the guys spent 15 years working on an experiment and he "successfully built a Time Machine". "That's what I call it, my Time Machine, because 15 years for a failure was a colossal waste of time, my little Time Wasting Machine." Is unfortunate how many interesting things get dropped entirely because they don't have the impact to "rewrite life as we know it", probably how the experiment you mentioned died. So many little pieces of the grand puzzle that get forgotten because usually nobody cares about a 4% discrepancy
I fucked up and tried to start a new thread, and made a newfag mistake.
I'm so sorry.
Maybe it's because they are massive evil lizards with zero regard for human life?
yeah its why you repeat experiments, particularly statistical ones, you get false results quite a bit. I remember thinking the pray/random number one was interesting. I heard about it from a professor who was a Christian, I am too but I have a hard time believing God would waste the effort meddling in something so stupid. I would be receptive to the idea that they effected it somehow, that the power of prayer if you will is from the person not God. You could substantiate that idea by finding some kind of energy transfer form the people to the machine. Even if its transmitted by a yet to be discovered energy form, its start point (the people's bodys) and the end point (the machine) should show signs, energy use by the people's metabolism and a temperature increase in the machine
also note that there are 10 of those and about 100 posts