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Novice Equestrian 16/07/20(Wed)06:34 No. 755685 [Reply]
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Happy Full Moon 7chan! Boy, it's warm and muggy out there. This full moon is usually called the Full Buck Moon or Thunder Moon. Young male deer will start growing out their antlers during this time and is the most frequent time for thunderstorms in North America respectively.

Unfortunately for me, the moon is obscured by some clouds. Though it is producing a very unusual fractal like pattern in the clouds. It's odd to see the clouds look so... sharp.

Anywho, best wishes and hope you can catch a glimpse of this month's full moon!


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herp 16/07/20(Wed)17:15 No. 755693
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>>755691
No, I'm not. Even if I was, I wouldn't admit it.


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Bill 16/07/23(Sat)05:49 No. 755751

#CatgirlLivesMatter


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Optimus Prime 16/07/24(Sun)17:45 No. 755793
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>>755751
#WerewolfGirlLivesMatter




Steve 15/12/22(Tue)18:29 No. 747714 [Reply] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]

Youtube - Toggle Video
  depressing Christmas thread

Please let me live vicariously through the awful feelings this season might be bringing you.


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Closet Furry 16/07/14(Thu)01:20 No. 755456
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>>755230
My god, what is this pitiful thing?


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Spider Expert 16/07/14(Thu)09:31 No. 755467

>>755456
oh my poor unfortunate ears...


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Steve 16/07/24(Sun)19:43 No. 755796

>>755467
I went to the beach with Lesbian Girl.
She didn't bring a bathing suit, so she just took off her pants to go in the water.
She was wearing black and white panties, with a little bow, very cute.
She says she's gradually getting over her bashfulness and maybe someday we'll be able to go skinny dipping.
What fun that would be!




symbion 16/01/16(Sat)11:05 No. 748809 [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
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I have this computer piece.

What can I do with it?


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r000t 16/07/14(Thu)00:30 No. 755451

>>755209
Wow, it's so cool that you know so much about computers.


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Brony 16/07/14(Thu)06:51 No. 755462

>>755451
Wow, it's so cool that you don't.


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Moot 16/07/24(Sun)19:41 No. 755795

>>754862
The difference is, controlling it remotely costs me nothing.




OP 16/06/30(Thu)10:38 No. 754968 [Reply]
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I learned about realism, liberalism, and constructivism, mostly as they pertain to foreign policy.
Very interesting. I am very much a liberal in the John Locke sense of the word.
We also compared parliamentary and presidential systems as well as single member district plurality vs. proportional representation. I'll tell you more later.
Perceptions we have based on schematic reasoning can lead us to ignore or distort information that doesn't fit our preconceived notions.


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OP 16/07/13(Wed)12:12 No. 755434

>>755425
We all vote, don't we?
It's good to know about important issues.


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tee 16/07/13(Wed)18:15 No. 755445

>>755434
Not necessarily. While we don't have any official relations with the DPRK, their government officials and citizenry are quite welcome on 7chan.


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Mudkip 16/07/24(Sun)19:33 No. 755794

>>755412
Of course it's important to change our theories when presented with new information.
Do you suppose foreign policy theory is particularly inflexible?




OP 16/07/22(Fri)04:37 No. 755721 [Reply]
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So what are your thoughts and opinions on the nw Ghostbusters /b/??.


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Sazpaimon 16/07/22(Fri)15:29 No. 755736

I can't wait till everyone stops talking about it.


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Closet Furry 16/07/22(Fri)19:32 No. 755743

>>755736
won't take long


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p4ch3c0 16/07/24(Sun)15:00 No. 755791

>>755736
I know how you feel man.




Steve 16/06/14(Tue)07:03 No. 754260 [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
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Straight feelings are not as important as gay lives.


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[tags4lyf]PEARS 16/07/24(Sun)08:24 No. 755781

Faggots will never be accepted. Poor degenerates... what in the world did they do in some previous life to decide to live in a world of filth like they do? I'm sickened by them, but after the disgust I once again realize they are the ones who are sick.

I just wish those things didn't have the need to constantly shove it in humans faces. I honestly wouldn't mind so much if they existed out of sight, out of mind, and preferably 6 feet under.


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Spider Expert 16/07/24(Sun)14:30 No. 755790
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>>755781


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Homicide 16/07/24(Sun)16:06 No. 755792
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>>755790
You constant sex minded child molesters stay away from my family.




Bill 16/07/14(Thu)11:24 No. 755474 [Reply]
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Post your top 10 favorite bands/musicians, and your favorite song by each one. If you can't pick one, pick three, if you can't pick three, pick five. Make assumptions about people based on their answers.

1. The Doors - "Light My Fire," "Break on Through (To the Other Side)," and "Love Street."
2. Pink Floyd - "San Tropez," "Echoes," "Interstellar Overdrive (The Piper at the Gates of Dawn version)," "Take Up Thy Stethoscope and Walk," and "Sheep."
3. Creedence Clearwater Revival - "The Working Man," "Ninety-Nine and a Half," "Sinister Purpose," "Penthouse Pauper," and "Fortunate Son."
4. The Talking Heads - "Tentative Decisions," "Don't Worry About the Government," "Found a Job," "Artists Only," and "Electric Guitar."
5. Rage Against The Machine - "Killing in the Name of," "Bullet in the Head," and "Without a face."
6. Jimi Hendrix - "The Wind Cries Mary," "Crosstown Traffic," and "Manic Depression."
7. The Beatles - "Flying," "Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds," and "Fixing a hole."
8.David Bowie - "Love You Till Tuesday," "Janine," "The Width of a Circle," "All the Madmen," and "Cracked Actor."
9.Oasis - "Shakemaker," "Don't Look Back in Anger," and "She's Electric."
10.The Black Keys - "Unknown Brother," "The Only One," and "Ten Cent Pistol."


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Moot 16/07/24(Sun)12:46 No. 755787

1. Stars of the Lid; "The Atomium", "Low Level Listening", "Requiem for Dying Mothers", "Taphead", "The Artificial Pine-Arch Song"
2. The Orb; "Pomme Fritz", "Spanish Castles in Space", "Alles ist Schön", "Bang'er 'n Chips", "Abstractions"
3. LFO; "Sleepy Chicken", "Them", "Blown", "Think a Moment", "Tan Ta Ra"
4. Boards of Canada; "Telephasic Workshop", "Left-hand drive", "roygbiv", "Music is Math", "Turquoise Hexagon Sun"
5. AC/DC; ALL OF IT
6. Biosphere; ALL OF IT
7. loscil; "cotom", "Resurgence", "Umbra", "Container Ships", "Halocline"
8. Brian Eno; ALL OF IT
9. Aphex Twin; Many. Not All, but MANY.
10. Yello, Daft Punk, Prodigy, Fatboy Slim, Chemical Brothers, Beastie Boys, Faith No More, Mike Oldfield, et cetera.


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Mudkip 16/07/24(Sun)13:19 No. 755788

>>755787
woah i listen to all of them too. i've never actually run into a person that listens to /all/ of them before. huh.

Substrata by Biosphere was fantastic.


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ian 16/07/24(Sun)13:43 No. 755789

1. Blue Daisy (Space Ex, Raindrops, Spinnin' Channels)

2. Reso (Backwards Glance, Liquid Jazz, Holograms)

3. Goldie (Timeless, Sea of Tears, The Shadow)

4. Deadmau5 (Strobe, Terrors in my Head, Cthulhu Sleeps)

5. Above & Beyond (Satellite, Love is Not Enough, You Got To Go)

6. Swallow the Sun (The Giant, Through Her Silvery Body, Deadly Nightshade)

7. Burial (Ghost Hardware, In McDonalds, Untrue)

8. Venetian Snares (Ongyilkos Vasarnap, All the Children Are Dead, Befriend a Childkiller)
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ian 16/07/23(Sat)06:30 No. 755752 [Reply]
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Ever since the Colbert Report, I had suspected that Stephen Colbert is among us, here, in 7chan.

Certain things he says; his sense of humor in general. It was more apparent before he took over The Late Show. Maybe he stopped coming by? Maybe we aren't as good a source of comedy as we used to be.


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ian 16/07/24(Sun)07:53 No. 755779

>>755777
His job has forced him to temper his style with normalfaggotry, sure, but raiding the RNC like he did has to count for something.


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h 16/07/24(Sun)09:24 No. 755783

>>755779
I'm sure CBS was like "this isn't cable, Stephen."

That was excellent, and I really like his character (sort of wish it was the original actor doing it though).


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Mudkip 16/07/24(Sun)10:48 No. 755786

>>755763
I'm 42 and I'm pretty sure I know about this place.




Spider Expert 16/05/10(Tue)07:17 No. 752785 [Reply]
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Does English have a richer technical vocabulary than any other language?


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N3X15 16/07/24(Sun)06:27 No. 755775

>>755759
That sounds like a delightfully strawberryed way of communicating.


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Sazpaimon 16/07/24(Sun)07:57 No. 755780

>>755775
It's like all the effort of the Socratic method but applied to small talk instead of philosophical insights.


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Mudkip 16/07/24(Sun)08:50 No. 755782

>>755780
Philosophical insight you will find hauntingly lacking in modern Japanese people.
Superfluous effort, however, they have in great abundance.




tee 16/07/02(Sat)04:45 No. 755077 [Reply]
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The debate is framed so often as science vs faith when it's actually a rift between physicalism vs existentialism. Science is not limited to the current physicalist loci of academically accepted reality. If I observe something subjectively and form a hypothesis from that observation, it is scientific. If I proceed with unbiased experiments to test this hypothesis, it is scientific. If I construct a theory based on the available data which can be falsified, it is scientific.


The real division occurs in the last statement. Falsification. Falsifiability is undeniably Aristotelian in that a thing can be disproven in absolute certainty. Unfortunately, reality doesn't usually work this way and yet the English syntax is plagued by it. Though an argument to the stone, I often make sure to point out that nothing falsifiable exists within or without our nervous systems. Without this leg to stand on, physicalism is no more a science than a theology. What makes something a science is our willingness to abandon bias and seek to understand reality through experimentation.


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Marisa Kirisame 16/07/24(Sun)04:22 No. 755767

>>755086
>Science is only as infallible as the humans involved.
It's infallible.
What about aliens?
Science is universal, not limited to our species.


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Bob Ross 16/07/24(Sun)07:22 No. 755778

>>755767
Given the infinite expanse of the universe, and the infinite possibilities therein, i suppose a race of infalliable alien scientists could exist.

>>755433
That's not science's fault. Creationism is a stupid idea.


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He-Man 16/07/24(Sun)09:30 No. 755784

>>755433
Evolution does not dispute the possibility that our world may have been created and seeded with life by an outside intelligence. It proposes that a lot would have changed since then, and suggests that the process could have initiated spontaneously.




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