Tres Juicy

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About Tres Juicy

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    Swindon, UK
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    Speculating wildly
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  1. OK, let me rephrase that: is there any reason this hasn't been implemented on a larger scale?
  2. Aside from political and financial reasons, are there any reasons that this wouldn't be easily implemented?
  3. Hi all, I was thinking the other day about applications for sunlight and I remembered seeing videos like this: Which made me wonder why we're not using devices like this to cook food or drive steam turbines to produce electricity in places like Africa. Am I missing something really obvious?
  4. It makes sense (not that religeous people would persecute or kill him for having different beliefs, that's crazy) that he would qualify fo asylum.
  5. Not all cases of depression include manic phases and there is a clear distinction between depression and bipolar depression: http://www.ulifeline.org/articles/399-bipolar-depression-vs-unipolar-depression Mine is unipolar so I speak from a slightly different point of veiw and my comment may well just be my subjective experience. Personally I do very well to hide my depression (often for months at a time) but I have had a lot of practice. As for my understanding of the condition, it is something I have lived and dealt with for the past 20+ years so I know a little something about it...
  6. The thing about being depressed is that you hide it. It's easy to admit to depression in this kind of anonymous environment, not so much in real life. It's easy to think of it as admitting defeat or a sign of weakness.
  7. Many of historys greatest minds were horribly tormented people. I myself suffer from frequent bouts of severe depression and have also been labeled a high functioning sociopath (something I am only recently beginning to fully understand). I take solace in the fact that some of my heroes (or anti-heroes) were also affected with similar issues. Not least of which Richard Feynman and Lord Byron. “He knew himself a villain—but he deem’d The rest no better than the thing he seem’d; And scorn’d the best as hypocrites who hid Those deeds the bolder spirit plainly did. He knew himself detested, but he knew The hearts that loath’d him, crouch’d and dreaded too. Lone, wild, and strange, he stood alike exempt From all affection and from all contempt” George Gordon Byron One of history’s favorite sociopaths
  8. Here is a good explanation of the relativity of simultaneity https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kGsbBw1I0Rg
  9. It's called "willful ignorance"
  10. Thanks for all of your help guys. I have now published the book using Smashwords and it is now available online. http://www.whsmith.co.uk/eProducts/Surprise-potatoes-in-the-soldiers-vegetable-soup+eBook+KB00106310681 http://www.kobobooks.com/ebook/Surprise-potatoes-soldiers-vegetable-soup/book-ETy1X51mxk6dBiba-WXN-g/page1.html?s=m2EtGGUK7E-OhybxPll0ew&r=1 http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/surprise-potatoes-in-the-soldiers-alan-mundy/1114374939?ean=2940044284517 Thanks
  11. It's like you want to be banned.....
  12. I can practice.... I'm loving Spymans graphic above! Yes, exactly like that!!
  13. *Trolls Massively* Cam my title be changed to "Resident Troll"?
  14. Can I volunteer? I'll create a new account to troll from if you like. I'll be annoying but non-sweary
  15. God

    This is not the case at all. unfalsifiable simply means it cannot be proven to be false, not that it must be true. The flying spaghetti monster is unfalsifiable is it also true?