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Ok, so I installed it, and ran it with the regular minecraft launcher, and it worked, but it was laggy, so i went to open it in magiclauncher because there are more video settings for you to tweak, but, the shaders don't work through the magiclauncher client! What did i do wrong?
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Aug 28, 2011Posted in: General Off TopicQuote from cejj99
In the beginning, all the matter of the Universe was in a very dense point. Then, for no apparent reason, it all began to expand rapidly. The matter clustered into planets and stars,, planets and stars clustered into galaxies, etc. The Universe, according to science, is going to expand forever. Or, possibly, gravity will make all the matter in the Universe again come into in very dense point, and the process will restart it self.
Off-Topic: I find it funny how it sounds kind of tongue in cheek because your in 8th grade. Well I'm in 6th grade.
Haha. Are those your words or did you copy and paste it? Kudos if they are yours. You seem really smart. smarter than me anyway.
Aug 28, 2011Posted in: General Off TopicQuote from brADyHD
There was nothing. Then nothing apparently exploded for no reason, creating everything. Everything bunched together into giant balls. Soon enough, there were dinosaurs.
Thanks. That helps so much.
Quote from RyanML
How are you trying to link this with the matter of religion?
I guess i Just feel if this has a bit of evidence, or a possibility of finding evidence, it'd make it easier to decide.
Quote from Carcinous
Well, we've already seen stars and planets moving out from each other. I have no idea what other proof there could be that it is expanding. If you're confused on the philosophy of how we got here, I suggest you ask questions in the religion thread.
There are a lot of smart people there that can help you.
Edit: I know your position, so I know this might be oddly confusing to you right now.
Thank you. Might i have a link to this religion thread?
Aug 28, 2011Hey guys, I've been reading up on philosophies,as i've been having inner conflicts whether or not to be atheist or theist, and i have a question about the theory of the Big Bang. It states that it is infinitely expanding, and, at this very moment, it is still stretching outwards, carrying galaxies, solar systems, and cosmos with it. IF this is true, and we had the required technology, would measuring the distance from our solar system to the center of the universe, recording, than doing it 100 years later, prove anything?Posted in: General Off Topic
let's say our Sun, is exactly eighty kagillion light years from the center of the universe.
the next century, it is eighty kagillion, and 3 tenths, from the center of the unvierse.
Would this help in proving the universe is constantly expanding, and stretching? sorry if this seems a little...tongue in cheek. I'm in the 8th grade.
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