"Wake up mister freeman. Wake up and smell the ashes.... The right man in the wrong place can make all the difference in the world..." -Gman, Half Life 2 intro As some may notice, I have changed my user title to the above statement, from Half life 2. This fits surpisingly well with the idea of my gunsliging penguin forces major and an non-human species revolt but the real reason is that recently came across the movie "the dreamers" and my focus quickly shifted from eva green's, um, endowments to the revolutionary background of the movie. This lead me to the anarchism of the french which then turned to familiar territory of existentialism and individualism but the link between the two surprised me, for example, many of the unfamiliar concepts here practically define me. And thats when the line really hit me in its full meaning, it seems to fit well with my self-image. Hence the change. This OP may seem much more out of the norm of my posts, being much more idealistic, maybe even to the point of delusions of grandeur and unrestrained emotionalism. This needs explaning. Besides the fact that I am a teen, I am also doing one of my sleep deprivation experiments. You see, most modern atheists consider their rationality, realism and objectivity in high regard. This can, of course, be prone to comformation biases. As a counter-measure, I do this sleep deprivation experiments where I stay up very late, something skipping sleep altogether and exposing myself to unusual and powerful stimuli, like great literature or philosophy, gaming, horror movies, etc. This combined with the sleep deprivation breaks down the usual layers of my mind, allowing me to peek inside. Its interesting to see myself paranoid, jumping at car lights at 3 am after a horror movie or gripped by the emotion of a song and so on - the edges of my behaviour which I have otherwise limited out of my usual conduct. And in such a state I write this, a state which might be called the safer version of Holmes' crime solving 'tobacco trips'. This should be interesting to read tomorrow.