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May 23, 2013Posted in: DiscussionQuote from Puppetmaster355
At the moment, no. It'd be way too complex to put into Minecraft, but that's with the game's programming at the moment. In the future, when there's more available then I'd be for it completely!
That doesn't make any sense. Adding a bunch of space-oriented features would indeed take time, but the game's "programming" is not "incomplete." Java is a fleshed out language and it wouldn't be hard for someone fluent in it to add implement things like that.
Mar 28, 2013Depends who you're playing with. If it's a group of friends then you're going to have a lot more fun than single player. If it's a big server and you know almost nobody, then you might enjoy single player more.Posted in: Survival Mode
May 11, 2011Mega_Bear posted a message on My Little Pony : FiM (All Pony-related things go HERE)Contributin'Posted in: General Off Topic
Mod edit: User was warned for this post. Please don't troll n-n
May 11, 2011I am really bored so I'll give you some options on how to not live under a bridge, in order based on which one being most prefferable, number one being the best of course.Posted in: General Off Topic
1. Go study, try to make up some old work for whatever points you can get. Do extra credit, tell your teachers you're going to try harder and be convincing at it. Do all your homework, study, ace your tests. Get A's and B's in high school so you can get into a good college, major in something that has to do with your desired job, then get said job.
2. Get C's so you can live relatively comfortable in life.
3. D's will get you a diploma so you can be a factory worker like George Lopez (the fictional one).
4. F's = Taco Bell drive thru guy. But I love Taco Bell so :biggrin.gif:
May 11, 2011Lucid dreams. What can I say? I've tried to get them on numerous occasions, for multiple reasons.Posted in: General Off Topic
1. To study the mind of course. I'm fascinated by the subconscious, so a lucid dream would give me plenty of opportunities to explore the limits of our imagination.
3. Ability to fly.
It's mainly been reason three, though I've gotten reason two a few times. :biggrin.gif:
**** reason one.
May 11, 2011Mega_Bear posted a message on Help this petition to the anti-gay law being consideredPosted in: General Off TopicQuote from Nucco »There are more concerning things in the world.
Baby steps. Today gay freedom, tomorrow international ban on war.
May 10, 2011Posted in: Computer Science and TechnologyQuote from 8bitwonder »Quote from Mega Bear »
Now I am a democrat so I have no problem with people having different beliefs, but the way she said it was so ignorant.
She denied scientific facts as a whole so bluntly and blatantly that I became sick to my stomach. How can a single person be so stupid as to reject reality and substitute their own by using petty comment such as the ones stated above.
Hmm. So what was that about having no problem with people who have different beliefs?
My point is that Christianity and the theories of evolution have lived together, so to speak, for quite some time in Lutheran sects. Plus when evolution is accepted by so many as fact, denying it just seems idiotic.
Quote from TheFieldZy »Okay first, this statement kinda made me mad. Are you saying republicans can't believe in different religions? I, as a conservative, am offended (please, no political battles or insulting comments). I am not putting all democrats on a pedestal with this statement, just you.
I didn't mean Republicans as a whole are like this, I meant that since they don't support minorites that the same principle goes with religion in most cases. Just look at 9/11. A majority of Republicans blame Muslims in general for it, when it was merely an extremist group. And when I stated I'm liberal, it was only to stress the point that I try to be as tolerant as possible, therefore what the person said really got to me.
Quote from TheFieldZy »Also, if evolution has been proven by scientist, why is it still a theory? I do believe in it, to the extent that it doesn't interfere with my religion (catholicism), but if she wants to believe otherwise, let her.
I'm assuming it's a theory because religions (not sure if Christianity is the only one with sects against it) deny it, thus stating evolution to be true could create a very religious controversy. And of course I'm going to let her have her opinion, it just annoys the hell out of me.
May 10, 2011So we're learning about evolution in sciense class right now, and of course there is going to be some objection from the religious people in this story, but hear me out.Posted in: Computer Science and Technology
I was working with my ex-girlfriend (we're very good firends) on a science packet involving evolution, and her two friends are sitting across the table from us. One of them, whom is a straigh-A student and very rational, says the EXACT following words: "This whole evolution thing has to have been made up, they can't be serious by saying we were monkeys."
Now I am a democrat so I have no problem with people having different beliefs, but the way she said it was so ignorant. She denied scientific facts as a whole so bluntly and blatantly that I became sick to my stomach. How can a single person be so stupid as to reject reality and substitute their own by using petty comment such as the ones stated above. Again, the mainstream Christian sects have science-contradicting views, but when science proves that evolution has taken place over millions of years how can she plainly say evolution is fake?--especially when there are in fact Lutheran sects that approve of evolution.
Posted this on Facebook and a Blockland forum too because it is bugging the hell out of me.
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