• Fake News Jews Trying to Say First Europeans Were Not White
      Translation: "It is simply impossible for me to stop being a cunt long enough to remember the subtle verbal and visual cues that hint at sarcasm are not present here. When called on my behvior, I double down on cunt and plow straight into asshole territory."
    • .
    • 19
    • 215
    • > 10/12/2017 11:39 PM : .
  • x
  • .
    • Theory:_Our universe was born in a black hole.
      The idea centers on how matter and energy falling into a black hole could in theory come out a "white hole" in another universe. In such a situation, both the black hole and the white hole are mouths of an Einstein-Rosen bridge, popularly known as a wormhole.

      With that in mind, theoretical physicist Nikodem Poplawski at Indiana University conjectured that when a black hole forms upon the collapse of a dying star, a universe is born at the same time from the white hole on the other side of the wormhole. "Our universe could have itself formed from inside a black hole existing inside another universe," he said.

      Although a black hole forming from a star the size of our sun would only be about 2 miles wide, it does not mean that a universe which might originate from a black hole would stay that small.

      "Our universe was small a long time ago and expanded," Poplawski said. "From the other side, one would not see our expansion." Essentially, a black hole could seem bigger on the "inside" than how it looked to someone outside.

  • x
  • QuenceX
    • I saw this and ror some reason thought of you guys

      Also known as space bears they are able to survive for up to thirty years without food or water and can endure temperature extremes.

      The Telegraph online edition.

      The image they use looks a lot like Brian, although he can't survive thirty minutes without eating.
  • x
  • My name is legionX
    • They were somewhat of a "rage" once but I never hear of them anymore

      "A biorhythm (from Greek βίος - bios, "life" and ῥυθμός - rhuthmos, "any regular recurring motion, rhythm") is an attempt to predict various aspects of a person's life through simple mathematical cycles. The theory was developed by Wilhelm Fliess in the late 19th century, and was popularized in the United States in late 1970s. Most scientists believe that the idea has no more predictive power than chance and consider the concept an example of pseudoscience."

      The general thought regarding rhythms in one's essence makes sense to me since all my life I have had ups and downs and periods when I felt great and times I did not feel great but I was not in pain and felt no sickness.

      Maybe the cycles are mental or maybe physical or... a combination of the two. Who the fuck knows.

  • x
  • GruntledX
Tip: Hover over >> for last reply to thread preview.