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How do you deal with life?
#31
Have I already comment on this thread? I'll just say it again. My favourite movies and tv shows get me by - whatever my latest obsession is - at the minute, it's the Avengers films. Oh, and my fiction writing.
To quote a popular werewolf film - 'Everyone's cursed.  It's called life'
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#32
(01-09-2019, 06:11 PM)hewhowalksalone Wrote: Have I already comment on this thread? I'll just say it again.  My favourite movies and tv shows get me by - whatever my latest obsession is - at the minute, it's the Avengers films.  Oh, and my fiction writing.

Would be fun to read some of your stories. 🌈
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#33
Got an email address, buddy? Smile
To quote a popular werewolf film - 'Everyone's cursed.  It's called life'
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#34
(01-09-2019, 11:08 PM)hewhowalksalone Wrote: Got an email address, buddy? Smile

Il pm you 😇
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#35
Let the darkness of the world hit you. Live in it a while. Then you might have a chance to see the light.
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#36
(01-10-2019, 10:12 AM)Phantimos Wrote: Let the darkness of the world hit you. Live in it a while. Then you might have a chance to see the light.

*turn of the lights*
😉
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#37
You just do.
"That which does not kill us makes us stronger".
You deal because you can only move forward in time. Going back isnt an option.
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#38
I spend a lot of time thinking between Music Theory and Theoretical Astrophysics because...both seem to be infinite in possibilities, and I find a certain art in blending the two together. I also do this same thing with Mythology and Ancient Civilization History. To put it simply: My coping mechanism for dealing with life's stresses is to do the exact opposite of what I want to do instinctively as an introvert. Instead of hiding, I think, and then, experiment from the stance of the scientific method to see what I come up with. This works out for me well as a creative person, because it allows me to think up and play with concepts, and I am somewhat of a tinkerer by my nature as a creative person. I enjoy critical thinking exercises...the trick of balancing it however is to know when you've met your match with it and to try not to burn yourself out with it.

A good example of what I'm getting at with Music Theory and Theoretical Astrophysics is this archived article from NASA's official page: Interpreting the "Song" of a Distant Black Hole

Or the TL;DR version of it for music nerds: It's a 10-Million-Year long note, with a frequency and pitch so low that humans will never hear it, however the sound wave osculation being that large...would be incredible to see. Likely unlikely, however, that's a really cool idea. Essentially, a sound wave that would be to my guestimate of around 7.5 times larger than our Sun...which is 1.3 Million times larger than Earth. My math is probably off (way off, in fact I'm pretty sure it is), I'm sure there's something I'm missing such as the speed of sound, which I'm sure would significantly shave that down as it travels (rather than a static/still effect), but you get where I'm going with the idea. .

I deal with life by...driving myself further down into madness, at least, until I have a reason not to deal with it that way anymore.
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#39
(01-10-2019, 01:00 PM)IncolaVacui Wrote: I spend a lot of time thinking between Music Theory and Theoretical Astrophysics because...both seem to be infinite in possibilities, and I find a certain art in blending the two together. I also do this same thing with Mythology and Ancient Civilization History. To put it simply: My coping mechanism for dealing with life's stresses is to do the exact opposite of what I want to do instinctively as an introvert. Instead of hiding, I think, and then, experiment from the stance of the scientific method to see what I come up with. This works out for me well as a creative person, because it allows me to think up and play with concepts, and I am somewhat of a tinkerer by my nature as a creative person. I enjoy critical thinking exercises...the trick of balancing it however is to know when you've met your match with it and to try not to burn yourself out with it.

A good example of what I'm getting at with Music Theory and Theoretical Astrophysics is this archived article from NASA's official page: Interpreting the "Song" of a Distant Black Hole

Or the TL;DR version of it for music nerds: It's a 10-Million-Year long note, with a frequency and pitch so low that humans will never hear it, however the sound wave osculation being that large...would be incredible to see. Likely unlikely, however, that's a really cool idea. Essentially, a sound wave that would be to my guestimate of around 7.5 times larger than our Sun...which is 1.3 Million times larger than Earth. My math is probably off, I'm sure there's something I'm missing such as the speed of sound, which I'm sure would significantly shave that down as it travels (rather than a static/still effect), but you get where I'm going with the idea. .

I deal with life by...driving myself further down into madness, at least, until I have a reason not to deal with it that way anymore.

What is madness, exactly? I remember men being killed for having the madness to say the world wasnt flat and that it orbited around the sun...
Maybe madness is just genius waiting to be understood.
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#40
(01-10-2019, 01:12 PM)Richard_39 Wrote: What is madness, exactly? I remember men being killed for having the madness to say the world wasnt flat and that it orbited around the sun...
Maybe madness is just genius waiting to be understood.

Yep, that's kind of how I look at it too. People thought Tesla was mad in his time for the idea of alternating current and wireless electricity, and now we have cell phones.
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