This fills me with seething hatred. I would also like to beat this man about the head and neck with my alpenstock. Seriously, I am incensed.
I didn't sit through 6 semesters of Quantum Mechanics to listen to assholes like this push the nomenclature out between their teeth like so much shit.
"Was Hill actually communicating with his counselors on another place of existence? Or did he simply have an overactive imagination? Before you come to any conclusions, consider: Many other people in history had flashes of inspiration."
In a related note: I had a dream where I flew into space with Snoopy. Many famous historical figures have had dreams. So was I imagining things, or is Snoopy an alien God sending us telepathic messaged from a quantum entangled plane through harmonic homeopathic holograms? I think we know what's more likely.
The funniest/saddest part is that no evidence or logic is presented in support of the idea, and it's incredibly easy to test and refute. It's all "Here's an idea. Let's just choose to believe it for no reason."
Does this only work on people who are already dead? Can I talk to George Foreman about business stratergy in my head or what?
|Robin Kestrel |
Colonel Klink! Did you get my letters?
The real reason I submitted this video is that at the start it suggests that smart people have some sort of super secret magic that makes them smart. This is false. I am intelligent. I do not use imaginary space ghost magic to think up stuff.
What I imagine is a 20 year old mother of four sitting in a prefab house watching this video, and then when it's over, sitting in awe for a little while and then yelling "OF COURSE, THAT'S HOW SMART WORKS" and then going on to get a PhD in medicine.
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