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Discussion in 'Science & Technology' started by minty, Oct 21, 2013.
Some kid getting punched in the face by a western capercaillie:
Swans are aggressive assholes too.
Birds are shitheads. Even parrots, which I love, are dicks.
Depending on whom to.. if their owner is of opposite gender, they cling to him/her and basically think of her/him as his his/hers significant one, sans the mating of course. I know that because two of my exgfs had parrots that tried to murder me on daily basis.
Getting face hugging chest burst vibes from this one:
That's because the Xenomorph's life cycle was based on parasitic insects: https://scifi.stackexchange.com/a/97551
Holy shit I kinda figured but never knew it. Makes sense too, they are incredibly insectoid like.
Edit: parasites are awful and wonderful and amazing n gross.
I hate nature
lol, i think the feeling might be mutual...
Song sounds like a really sped up old Zelda song from the SNES.
Check out Alpha waves and the ability to induced them via drumbeats for more trippy stuff.
Seems all those ancient monuments n cultures that used drums in religious ceremonies might've been on to some high tech brainwave manipulation shit.
Viruses are interesting. They move around, but they aren't alive. Some massive types can be infected with other viruses.
It's mostly said they aren't but it's debatable and in the end it's just a matter of definition.
More stuff on the lil viral fucks:
Viruses are why we gots brains?!
Who'd have thunk it?
A giant snake eating a crocodile in Australia.
Somebody make Koko the gorilla a president of the world. Nowadays she's got a vocabulary of over 1000 signs and understands over 2000 English words.
Bush Jr. was a chimp and everyone is aware of how evil they are, however a world government full of gorillas would be like being governed by the harshly loving nature itself.
Just let them inspect things like the fatman of DPRK and they'd actually make decisions in alignment with the natural order of the world.
Have they brainscanned her recently?
I'd wanna see her scans compared to the scans of a normal wild gorilla.