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    (Original post by delinquents)
    Aight,aight.
    I'll rephrase, ahem... and alcohol is wet
    (Original post by Kyx)
    Alcohol is wetter.

    Water is wet because of the attraction between the water molecules. This makes water 'stick together' to form droplets. It also makes it stick to other surfaces. Some types of liquid (including alcohol and superfluid helium) have a stronger attraction to other molecules of the same type than water. This makes them wetter than water.
    You're both extra moist.
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    (Original post by Skystarlight)
    I can't, it's against the laws of physics and biology.

    Not only is no one immortal, nothing is immortal as well, the sun will die, the galaxy will die, and the universe will die eventually...
    Nothing lasts forever...
    If it violates the laws of biology then how come there's an immortal jellyfish? :smug:
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    (Original post by Plantagenet Crown)
    You're both extra moist.
    I'll take that as a complement.
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    slightly wet.

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    (In medicine) marked by a fluid discharge.
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    (Original post by Plantagenet Crown)
    If it violates the laws of biology then how come there's an immortal jellyfish? :smug:
    It's true:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turritopsis_dohrnii
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    (Original post by Kyx)
    I'll take that as a complement.
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    slightly wet.

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    (In medicine) marked by a fluid discharge.
    Cool

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    Read @UEFA's new thread pls.
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    (Original post by Skystarlight)
    We are all going to die someday...What do you think??That you are going to live forever lol?.We are all going to die...
    I have no intention of dying before I'm at least a few hundred years old and I think this is a perfectly realistic ambition.
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    (Original post by Plantagenet Crown)
    If it violates the laws of biology then how come there's an immortal jellyfish? :smug:
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    Death is just a reminder that life is not permanent


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    (Original post by Kyx)
    YOLO



    Actually, according to my hypothesis, the universe dying would violate the second law of thermodynamics...

    :holmes:
    It would! xD
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    (Original post by Skystarlight)
    We are all going to die someday...What do you think??That you are going to live forever lol?.We are all going to die...
    no **** Sherlock :holmes:
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    Noooo I am immortal
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    (Original post by Skystarlight)
    But like I said not only humans, everything in the universe dies eventually , every living organism like us, every star, every galaxy, and even the universe itself as well..
    What happens after this universe dies?
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    (Original post by Final Fantasy)
    What happens after this universe dies?
    No one knows for sure...
    After a while a new universe might suddenly appear...
    And if not there might be an infinite number of universes in addition to our universe...
 
 
 
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