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    Forever?!?!?
    I'd rather die tonight
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    Not really.

    But do wish I had been born a little later on in the human story.

    Imagine things in 2500. Wow.
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    no, im already too bored of life, I just want to get a PhD, then die.
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    (Original post by stefano865)
    Not really.

    But do wish I had been born a little later on in the human story.

    Imagine things in 2500. Wow.
    Okay, I change my mind. I'd rather this happened.


    Except what if you're born just after some sort of nuclear war or something, with life being a lot harder than you might be used to?
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    (Original post by TheOtherSide.)
    Okay, I change my mind. I'd rather this happened.


    Except what if you're born just after some sort of nuclear war or something, with life being a lot harder than you might be used to?

    Good point. Assuming the human species will still exist in 2500 is probably being optimistic. :rofl:

    We are very lucky to exist right now. I guess we should be grateful.
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    (Original post by stefano865)
    Good point. Assuming the human species will still exist in 2500 is probably being optimistic. :rofl:

    We are very lucky to exist right now. I guess we should be grateful.
    With the way things are going now, pretty much. :lol:

    Considering how small the chance of intelligent life ever being formed was, I suppose so. Or maybe just wonder how we selfish, sometimes rather stupid, humans ended up being the 'dominant' species on Earth..
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    You're not the first chicken to feel this way in vain. :moon:

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    Nor will you be the last. :mwuaha:
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    You're not the first chicken to feel this way in vain. :moon:
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    Nor will you be the last. :mwuaha:
    You mean chickens other than me have a conscience? :yikes:
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    I know I can't live forever but studying Physics can make up for that. :yep:
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    (Original post by serah.exe)
    i don't need to wish for that
    i am immortal

    If you marry me you will lose your immortality.

    Decisions...
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    (Original post by ||TheUnknown||)
    I know I can't live forever but studying Physics can make up for that. :yep:
    Not when more than half the time there isn't an actual answer to our questions. :emo:
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    (Original post by TheOtherSide.)
    Not when more than half the time there isn't an actual answer to our questions. :emo:
    I meant Physics at uni.
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    (Original post by ||TheUnknown||)
    I meant Physics at uni.
    Still too many questions you won't ever have answers to. :hide:
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    I would not want to live forever, but an extended life-span would be nice. Or being semi-immortal like a vampire i.e. You never age, but can still die/kill yourself if life became no longer worth living. And of course, I would want a companion to go through it with.
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    (Original post by stefano865)
    If you marry me you will lose your immortality.

    Decisions...
    good thing i'm not marrying you then
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    (Original post by serah.exe)
    good thing i'm not marrying you then

    Don't worry I'm sober now. :rofl:
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    I wouldn't want to live forever here on earth.If I got to travel through the universe and seeing whats out there though.That would be worth it.Although if you travelled at light speed you wouldn't need forever due to the effects of time dilation.If 70 years passed for you onboard the space ship then thousands of years might have gone by back on planet earth.
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    Not exactly but I would love to see how the world is in 300+ years
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    (Original post by TheOtherSide.)
    You mean chickens other than me have a conscience? :yikes:
    Of the 'survive if at all possible' kind, yes.
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    Of the 'survive if at all possible' kind, yes.
    In other words, it really is just me. :hide:
 
 
 
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