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I hate pencils. Well, not pencils so much as when the eraser has died down, and people start erasing with the metal nub at the end of a pencil. That sound puts me on edge.
Do you think fish can fathom the concept of space, like outer space?
If fish cannot fathom space, what is something that humans cannot fathom that exists?
I ranked my top 30 favorite movies by ROI, and this is the list. Good Will Hunting was the best return based on cost.
Matt Williams, a baseball player on the Giants, was half way through the season in 1992, but 3/4 of the way towards breaking the Home Run record, and then the MLB went on strike. I’m still unsure if he was near breaking the record because they were headed towards a strike, or if he was just crushing.
The tallest tree is 115 meters tall.
In 2019, humans discovered a new species of Orca whale. Vegan Orca’s.
There was an article that said consciousness may be the 4th state of matter: Solid, Gas, Liquid, Conscious. I think about this more than I should.
Coffee is just bean flavored water, which sounds horrible.
I pole-vaulted in high school for two seasons. I have not had the opportunity to pole-vault since. —- Are there other things that are readily available during high school that immediately stop after high school?
This is the progression of fastest mile times over the last 150 years.
Can you imagine? People just thinking “This is the fastest we will ever be.” and then finding out that you could break that speed by a full minute 100 years later. We will most likely continue this progression.
Patrick Rothfuss still has not released the third book in “The Name of the Wind” series. It’s only been like 12 years… not upset about it or anything.
The written word is a fascinating development of human kind. It’s someones thoughts that can travel forward through time on paper.
I’m pretty sure dinosaurs were tiny, but everyone keeps telling me they were large.
Sports have scaled to a level that they are more like religions, than athletics.