In a universe where the random trajectories of subatomic particles converge to form "iterations" or universes as we perceive them, why would other random iterations look anything like our universe, or even be stable enough to function at all? »
Oh, puhleeeze ! A few years back, someone showed how "Bob the Buikder" was pro-gay. Not to mention the Tele-Tubbies »
Another part of me wonders about species that might have simply died out because of natural selection. Should we be playing »
okay, about these lead lines, there's only one thing I ever want blown, and it's not my mind. Okay? We clear on that? »
I watch these on Vimeo, and even sometimes on YouTube, and it amazes me, that these "amatuers", with a budget of about 15 cents, and a pack of bubble gum, can make something that I like better than mega studios in Hollywood.
It's the first big sign that Walt will not let himself be stopped, that he is completely given over to being Heisenberg. »
Partly that also, but it's not specifically the "internet" but what the internet provides, which is easily obtainable knowledge.
In other news, the internet was just made illegal in Oklahoma »