Again, there's nothing that says introverts don't enjoy socializing, so everybody is a mix of socialable and private.
The introvert/extrovert label...
OK, but that's a dog.
Dogs are domesticated; not wild.
There is a large gulf between a docile wild animal and a pet.
Just because an animal isn't afraid of you, and will take food from your hand doesn't...
Freudian slip? Are you wearing yours?
What kind of input does the lathe accept?
A basic lathe would simply have belts on wheels to create various "gear ratios", as it were.
How do you get...
Well that explains the avatar...
The fact that linked text is very hard to spot is a constant source of frustration for me and, I'll hazard, other people as well.
Here, it is...
I score 1 out of 5 on that list.
That seems fair and balanced and well-informed. :rolleyes:
Yes. Beware Exchemist.
I faced that wrath and ignored it at my peril. Now he's unfriended and blocked me on MyLittleBronies.com
Did Frog just ask for an example of souls not existing??
Poor guy. I hear he died of some mysterious wasting fever...
This puts in words what I've been thinking.
It describes how "trying too hard" can be a bad thing.
Don't get me wrong, I laud your enthusiasm. It...
This is a pretty apt description.
iceaura, you're smart, thoughtful and eloquent. But you take yourself too seriously in the wrong context. You...
Yes. Start a blog.
It was really more addressing this: "What science? Stuff we already know and does not tell us anything new about consciousness?"
As in: science isn't...
"I had a meltdown ironically. You know - a joke." :rolleyes:
OK, then I guess that doesn't seem to have a bearing on the OP question. You're answering a different question.
Is that what you think science is? "Stuff we already know"?
So - non-science then?
Science is a process, not a dictionary.
Have you considered science? You might like it.
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