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Shiina "Misha" Mikado
CID 55186, posted on November 9, 2016:
I want to fuck Shizune in her huge ass
Shiina "Misha" Mikado
CID 55193, posted on November 9, 2016:
@55186:
Unless you name your hand "Shizune's Huge Ass", it'll never happen.
Shiina "Misha" Mikado
CID 55194, posted on November 9, 2016:
@55193:
Right. It's not even possible to [email protected] her, because she isn't real.
Shiina "Misha" Mikado
CID 55255, posted on November 19, 2016:
a sleeping tag, huh?
Shiina "Misha" Mikado
CID 55256, posted on November 19, 2016:
@55194:
Well, maybe I'm not real. Did you ever think of that?
Shiina "Misha" Mikado
CID 55261, posted on November 20, 2016:
@55256:
If you are in a system completely isolated from my system, then according to quantum physics you might actually be in a superposition (and thus not real) from the perspective of my system in which only my system itself (and everything in it) will be real. So I will be real and you will not be real. It will be exactly the other way around for the perspective of your system. You will be real and I will not be real.
One possible explanation for such an absurd behavior of our world is the existence of parallel realities. (When our systems are completely isolated they are in separated realities. The removal of the isolation leads to entanglement which puts the realities back together. And that's why they have to keep the temperature of quantum computers so low. Lower temperature means a higher probability that the isolation from the environment outside is preserved. Hot moving particles can interact with the environment more easily and thus break the isolation.) For now this explanation attempt is not falsifiable, so there is no scientific consensus on it yet.
We know however, that the existence of the weird behavior itself is actually true. Every attempt to experimentally verify the existence of superposition predicted by quantum physics was successful. (On microscopic scale. Verifying it for bigger objects with our current technology is impractical. But extrapolating it to bigger objects gives exactly the mind-blowing result that I have described.) In fact quantum physics is one of the most thoroughly verified scientific models at all, despite it's contradictions regarding our common sense. As such it's one of the best examples to demonstrate how hard our common sense is able to fail.
Shiina "Misha" Mikado
CID 55292, posted on November 22, 2016:
@55261:
tl;dr We're now in Qualia the Purple, and see everyone as Mishas.