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Orders of Life

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There should be an order to the progression that shapes go through in nature at small and maybe big levels. Is that what Platonic solids are about? I guess so. Monastic orders could be revived by selling responsibility for the management of different shaped molecular families as we move toward the singularity, to the different monastic orders of the Catholic Church, as supported by Twitter which should collaborate with the Library of Congress and the Defense Department and a representative of the church. Then secretly go and tell all the other religions that they are the ones who will take over this molecular shape responsibility thing if they can find the money. Then have a Gladiatorial contest between representatives of each of the religions, put it on pay TV, and make the ticket price fund reparations.
JesusHChrist, Nov 08 2016


zen_tom, Nov 08 2016

       I've read it three times and I'm still unsure what it means, though the Gladitorial contest sounds exciting.
whatrock, Nov 08 2016

       I've read it once, and I'm sure who wrote it.
normzone, Nov 08 2016

       I think its trying to communicate.
LimpNotes, Nov 08 2016

       // trying to communicate //   


       The choice is between opening hailing frequencies, and firing all weapons.   

       <sound of full salvo of photon torpedoes being launched>
8th of 7, Nov 08 2016

       Can I get some dressing on this word salad, please?
MaxwellBuchanan, Nov 08 2016

       African, or European ?
8th of 7, Nov 08 2016

       English, sir, English!
MaxwellBuchanan, Nov 08 2016

       <proffers bottle of Heinz Tomato Ketchup>
8th of 7, Nov 08 2016

       sp. gladiatorial
pertinax, Nov 09 2016

       I recently watched a pseudo documentary on the Quantum Physics of Biology. You may have seen it, the one where geo-orientation, the sense of smell and DNA variation were all a result of quantum tunnelling according to various people and introduced by some university of surrey guy.   

       Any road up, the sense of smell thing was particularly intriquing for an avid HB reader as the vibration of molecules reminded me of water memory. If water molecules added to a soup can result in what you could describe as a 'watery soup' but after 10 minutes of simmering later could be described as a 'diluted soup' then maybe the same molecular vibrational memory can explain that.   

       Don't get me wrong, water having memory sounds ridiculous, but then you have this professor giving a very plausible (and scientific reason probably) for the sense of smell being related to molecular vibration, and taste having a large component of smell, you begin to wonder about the modes of oscillation of the water molecule and how it can vary over time in the presence of heavier garlic and tomato esters. After all, molecules really don't interact with eachother unless there is a reactive potential and in any case theres a lot of space between them.   

       [edit: a quick search later reveals that an NMRI scan induces proton vibration in the order of seconds. If the human nose can detect variations after several seconds, then yes, water may have memory. ]
bigsleep, Nov 09 2016

       Sorry that vibration explanation smells like a low d flat.   

       My monastic order is responsible for holding the couch to the floor. Gravitational assistance is our specialty.
RayfordSteele, Nov 09 2016


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