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Do you believe in life after death?


Posted by Yaba on Mar 20 2006
Yes, in a different dimension (chroot)35%35%35% 35%
Yes, rebirth (shutdown -r now)12%12%12% 12%
Maybe11%11%11% 11%
No (shutdown -h now)42%42%42% 42%
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 what...

 
 by dec0ding on: Mar 22 2006
 
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what you are discussing here is being discussed by high professional spiritual and materialistic teams all over the world, ever since the time.

It is stupid to waste the time on personal beliefs on portal as kde-look.org, although I have strong arguments by whom I can lead my discussion, I will not share them, cause they don't belong here.

And have in mind that someone's arguments may effect the appearience of depression in someone's psyche. Imagine someone comes here, mentally unstable, reads that we are just atoms spread all over the universe's matrix and commits a suicide. Just stupid and a bit funny example...


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 Re: what...

 
 by shades on: Mar 22 2006
 
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a little bit dramatic the suicide part i think... but i agree that this discussion doesn't belong here...


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 Re: what...

 
 by void on: Mar 22 2006
 
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LOL. That really made me laugh.


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 Re: what...

 
 by tojge on: Mar 26 2006
 
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Yeah, well, I am more than just a little bit prejudiced when it comes to us *nix users, so I find it hard to belive that people so unstable as to kill themselves just because someone wrote that we're just atoms scattered around or what have you will even visit this site to read such a proclamation in the first place...

No, not us...

Now, Windblows, yeah, I guess it can (and eventully will) get one into an aforementioned state of mind...


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 Re: Re: what...

 
 by cyrtainne on: Mar 26 2006
 
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I agree, Linux users are free thinkers. They don't necessarily believe everything they hear or read on a website. Whomever believes we're simply molecules floating around in space after we pass on has never perhaps thought that gravity could play a significant role in arranging matter at this point.

Now, life after a linux box has crashed due to too much messing around with it (me:) is another story.


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 amusing...

 
 by motyR on: Mar 23 2006
 
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PEACE!!!
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 Why now?

 
 by blaster999 on: Mar 23 2006
 
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You said "shutdown -h now". Why now? I'm too young! I'd rather "shutdown -h -t +1576800000"


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 Re: Why now?

 
 by bsander on: Mar 24 2006
 
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Doesn't that just give you about 18 days extra?


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 Re: Re: Why now?

 
 by leinir on: Mar 24 2006
 
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A quick bit of calculation and you'd arrive at 50 years ;)


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 Re: Re: Re: Why now?

 
 by qupada on: Mar 26 2006
 
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1,576,800,000ms = 18d, 6h
1,576,800,000s = 50y


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 Re: Why now?

 
 by Yaba on: Mar 26 2006
 
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Um... that's more like suspending you into coma right now, but waiting 50 years until you get killed. (see man shutdown)

No, I wouldn't like that ;-)


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 Re: Re: Why now?

 
 by MiracleBlue on: Mar 27 2006
 
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Imagine getting out an old 386 box or something with just a Linux shell on it (no X server), putting it in some closet in a high place with an installed wall power socket and a backup generator, and just typing
shutdown -h -t +999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999

Then you can have that passed down to your kids, or you could start some random cult saying that when the computer finally reaches shut-down time, all will ascend into a new state of consciousness and enlightenment that believed in the computer's prophecy, for it was prophecied by the computer when the ancient aliens that were here on earth long ago (whom just happened to have a scarily close resemblance to the Linux mascot Tux) typed in "man future", and the aliens left the computer in a hidden spot in some dudes closet so that those that were more mentally and spiritually "advanced" than the general population would find it and a dormant section of their brain in which the aliens implanted the prophecy would become active, and they would "remember" how to progress to the new stage of existence...

Or not.

I love having an imagination =P


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