1. Cultural Settlement - Feudal Japan

    Arising from the Sengoku period of Feudal Japan, the clan of Akechi Mitsuhide has requested your help.
    As the Daimyo of his village, it is your task to lead the Feudal Japan to prosperity! Detailed information here!
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  2. Changelog 1.156

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    We'd like to keep you updated on what we're planning to do, as we're about to get started on implementing the following improvements, and would love to hear some community insight into if you feel these additions address some of the fundamental issues GvG faces.
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Impossible Questions

Discussion in 'Game Room' started by Gilliekins, Dec 19, 2012.

  1. B1ackWo1f

    B1ackWo1f Active Member

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    Because humans are clumsy idiots that either grip things to hard or not hard enough.

    Why do people ask the same question again after it was just answered fully and completely?
     
  2. UBERhelp1

    UBERhelp1 Well-Known Member

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    Because people are too lazy to check.

    Why do people ask the same question again after it was just answered fully and completely?
    Does everyone see colors differently? Like if I had your eyes would the world look inverted? Or do we all have the exact same color perception (NOT INCLUDING COLOR BLINDNESS)
     
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  3. RazorbackPirate

    RazorbackPirate Well-Known Member

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    Due to biological differences in the eyes of men and women, as a general rule, women perceive more variations in color and hue than men. Color blindness only happens in men and varies in degree between men who are colorblind. In addition, color perception is a function of both the physical ability of the eye to correctly receive the information and the ability of the cerebral cortex to accurately decode and interpret the information. With the infinite variability of eyes. brains, and everything else about a person, I would say yes, if we traded eyes, we would each see the world in a very different way.

    If we can measure the distance between North and South. Why can't we measure the distance between East and West?
     
  4. Super Catanian

    Super Catanian Well-Known Member

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    Because of the Earth's rotational axis. North and south are defined by that axis, but not east and west.

    How many animals did humans have to ride before finding out horses were cool with it?
     
  5. Shy Pete

    Shy Pete New Member

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    In a set of 367 randomly chosen people, at least two of them should have the same birthday. However, 99% probability is reached with just 57 people, and 50% probability with 23 people. Go figure!

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  6. barra370804

    barra370804 Active Member

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    humans rode whatever animal was big enough, who cares if they are cool with it? all that matters is that you can force them into it.

    Is water wet?
     
  7. Super Catanian

    Super Catanian Well-Known Member

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    If it is liquid, then, yes.

    Would the world be a more interesting place if humans could die of boredom?
     
  8. Emberguard

    Emberguard Well-Known Member

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    Humans can already die of boredom
     
  9. Zatrikon

    Zatrikon Active Member

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    No it would not. There would just be more death.

    If Bruce Banner turns into the Hulk whenever he gets angry, shouldn't there be other characters that transform and gain super powers whenever they experience some other emotion? For example, Bob Borsis turns into Seer whenever he gets bored. He gains the power of clairvoyance and can see things that are interesting going on in far off locations. "Don't bore me. You wouldn't like me when I'm bored." What other ones can you think up?
     
  10. Emberguard

    Emberguard Well-Known Member

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    Should there? Only to an extent. One persons powers don’t effect another’s normally speaking ‘nor does it guarantee the presence of others like them. It does however open up the possibility of others having similar powers depending on what the “rules” are that allowed it to occur. If anyone gains their powers in the same manner I’d expect them to have the same powers unless there’s something specific to Banner that causes that.

    I’d like to see Tony create a suit that changes with him if he ever gained hulk powers :D


    Given Hydra is SHIELDS counterpart and a big part of why SHIELD exists - if Hydra didn’t exist, would Earth ever have been able to defend itself against Loki’s attack in Avengers?
     
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  11. barra370804

    barra370804 Active Member

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    Yes, marvel would have rushed their time-table and play their captain marvel card then christmas comes early and everyone is merry :(

    When do many grains of sand become a pile of sand?
     

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