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Re: So I've come to the dark(ish) side. Do you have cookies?
« Reply #15 on: March 28, 2013, 03:57:23 am »
Oatmeal raisin cookies taste like cat litter. Ginger snaps are where it's at.

I prefer snickerdoodles. Which, the Dark Side has so yay.

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Re: So I've come to the dark(ish) side. Do you have cookies?
« Reply #16 on: March 29, 2013, 11:55:25 am »
S'mores cookies?



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I'm going to have to buy marshmallows and Ghirardelli now.
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Re: So I've come to the dark(ish) side. Do you have cookies?
« Reply #17 on: March 29, 2013, 12:35:33 pm »
*offers ginger snaps and a fresh hot latte to dip them in.....forgot what posting for? mmmmmmm.....gingersnappies and latte...mmmmmm*

Seriously, sorta, have you read up on the old Gaia Theory? I think that is a fun type of semi-spirituality kind of thingy to contemplate. Although the following is not very accurately taken from the theory, imagine that the earth is like a rock covered in a thin film of interdependent living things that seem to communicate in the effective but mindless way that cells in the body coordinate and cooperate via chemical messenger hormones and such.

In the case of the earth, current studies are tracing life-specific sulphur isotopes cycling from sea to land then back again...via means and manners which cannot explain it away as a weather phenomenon!

Now, since the body is certainly something much greater than the sum of its parts, extrapolate this analogy to the earth. Is it possible that the earth itself is like a living, "multicellular" organism> A Planetism (as it's called in the theory)?

Many critics say no, because the "earth cannot reproduce". Well, maybe not sexual reproduction...but what about sporing? Could humans be the "neurons" of a developing planetism's higher nervous system? Is space exploration planetism Earth's first foray into adolescent angst?
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Re: So I've come to the dark(ish) side. Do you have cookies?
« Reply #18 on: March 29, 2013, 05:15:35 pm »
*offers ginger snaps and a fresh hot latte to dip them in.....forgot what posting for? mmmmmmm.....gingersnappies and latte...mmmmmm*

Seriously, sorta, have you read up on the old Gaia Theory? I think that is a fun type of semi-spirituality kind of thingy to contemplate. Although the following is not very accurately taken from the theory, imagine that the earth is like a rock covered in a thin film of interdependent living things that seem to communicate in the effective but mindless way that cells in the body coordinate and cooperate via chemical messenger hormones and such.

In the case of the earth, current studies are tracing life-specific sulphur isotopes cycling from sea to land then back again...via means and manners which cannot explain it away as a weather phenomenon!

Now, since the body is certainly something much greater than the sum of its parts, extrapolate this analogy to the earth. Is it possible that the earth itself is like a living, "multicellular" organism> A Planetism (as it's called in the theory)?

Many critics say no, because the "earth cannot reproduce". Well, maybe not sexual reproduction...but what about sporing? Could humans be the "neurons" of a developing planetism's higher nervous system? Is space exploration planetism Earth's first foray into adolescent angst?

That confuses me. LOL.

I did crack a joke yesterday to my aunt that I wish I was asexual so I could say I'm an autistic agnostic Aboriginal asexual. She told me I'd confuse myself. LOL.

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Re: So I've come to the dark(ish) side. Do you have cookies?
« Reply #19 on: March 29, 2013, 08:33:08 pm »
*offers ginger snaps and a fresh hot latte to dip them in.....forgot what posting for? mmmmmmm.....gingersnappies and latte...mmmmmm*

Seriously, sorta, have you read up on the old Gaia Theory? I think that is a fun type of semi-spirituality kind of thingy to contemplate. Although the following is not very accurately taken from the theory, imagine that the earth is like a rock covered in a thin film of interdependent living things that seem to communicate in the effective but mindless way that cells in the body coordinate and cooperate via chemical messenger hormones and such.

In the case of the earth, current studies are tracing life-specific sulphur isotopes cycling from sea to land then back again...via means and manners which cannot explain it away as a weather phenomenon!

Now, since the body is certainly something much greater than the sum of its parts, extrapolate this analogy to the earth. Is it possible that the earth itself is like a living, "multicellular" organism> A Planetism (as it's called in the theory)?

Many critics say no, because the "earth cannot reproduce". Well, maybe not sexual reproduction...but what about sporing? Could humans be the "neurons" of a developing planetism's higher nervous system? Is space exploration planetism Earth's first foray into adolescent angst?
So manned space flight is basically the planet rubbing one out?

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Re: So I've come to the dark(ish) side. Do you have cookies?
« Reply #20 on: March 30, 2013, 12:34:45 pm »
*offers ginger snaps and a fresh hot latte to dip them in.....forgot what posting for? mmmmmmm.....gingersnappies and latte...mmmmmm*

Seriously, sorta, have you read up on the old Gaia Theory? I think that is a fun type of semi-spirituality kind of thingy to contemplate. Although the following is not very accurately taken from the theory, imagine that the earth is like a rock covered in a thin film of interdependent living things that seem to communicate in the effective but mindless way that cells in the body coordinate and cooperate via chemical messenger hormones and such.

In the case of the earth, current studies are tracing life-specific sulphur isotopes cycling from sea to land then back again...via means and manners which cannot explain it away as a weather phenomenon!

Now, since the body is certainly something much greater than the sum of its parts, extrapolate this analogy to the earth. Is it possible that the earth itself is like a living, "multicellular" organism> A Planetism (as it's called in the theory)?

Many critics say no, because the "earth cannot reproduce". Well, maybe not sexual reproduction...but what about sporing? Could humans be the "neurons" of a developing planetism's higher nervous system? Is space exploration planetism Earth's first foray into adolescent angst?
So manned space flight is basically the planet rubbing one out?

*dips another ginger snap in latte* Yup! And the Earth apparently has the hots for Mars. Not like there's any other viable merger mate in the solar system, but hey...Mars has that kinda brooding, quiet, passive potential that really turns Earth on. And besides, Mars has been sending little spit balls (Mars origin meteor impact blast debris) at Earth for billions of years....so. I'd call that a backhanded flirtation at Earth. Wouldn't you?

In any case, I find it kind of amusing to think it slightly possible that the reason we humans exist is that we are Earth's attempt to think and to spread her life energy to other planets.
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Re: So I've come to the dark(ish) side. Do you have cookies?
« Reply #21 on: March 30, 2013, 04:09:23 pm »
If we're earth's attempt to think she has a long way to go.
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Re: So I've come to the dark(ish) side. Do you have cookies?
« Reply #22 on: March 30, 2013, 05:07:12 pm »
Yup....and at the rate earth is evolving, it'll take another bazillion years before she has a proper thinking cap. We are just the first set of primitive neurons, and will no doubt be long extinct before this happens.
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