alright you want to play this game? then let’s play
1) Einstein thought that the universe was static and unchanging and was horrified when he realized the universe is dynamic. He was pretty fucking smart too right?
2) John Locke (one of the most influential Enlightenment thinkers) thought that babies were born with a blank slate. As we know today, genetics plays an important role as well as environment.
3) Giovanni Schiaparelli (italian astronomer) was the first to detect “Martian canals” and thought canals actually existed on Mars. Later it was found out it was just an illusion.
4) Aristotle proposed “spontaneous generation” that life forms from inanimate matter, which was later proven wrong by the experiments of Louis Pasteur.
5) Until the middle of the 20th century, scientists didn’t believe that DNA was genetic material. They thought that proteins were the link that passed along hereditary traits
so sit down. your argument was pretty weak from the start. maybe there’s life after death and maybe there isn’t. but it helps to have an open mind.
OH LOOK AT THAT EVEN STEPHAN HAWKING CAN BE WRONG TOO.
And so can I. And anyone else out there.
But it doesn’t hurt to have an open mind.
Did you know that those affected with affective blind sight, can literally see NOTHING at all. When asked pick up the rubber duck from a series of toys, they will say “I can’t, I can’t see anything”. But when asked to just pick it out anyway even if it means randomly, they will ALWAYS pick out the correct toy.
They are able to perceive things but aren’t conscious of it. Scientists are still baffled by this.
i’m shy so let me hide my face against your chest
I started laughing so loud my dad heard me all the way from downstairs
by the way
annoy the shit out of me, god damn son