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i'm cool down to earth kind of guy, i love alot of movies but i'd have to say my fav genre would have to be horror, i love horrors
writing books, writing songs & poems, singing, dancing, rapping, and can't be bothered to list everything lol
thx for add +karma. like your hobbies:)
lmao, im already spoken for but thaaaaaaanks. would you like to share ur email or fb? i'd be interested in hearing ur stories and other interests. btw, wheres ur location?
Hey, if you liked sunshine and want to learn more about astrophysics and physics in general (in my opinion basically the most interesting thing humans can learn about) then look into the history channel shows on this site like The Universe (2007), How The Universe Works (2010) and Into the Universe with Stephen Hawking (2010). These shows are MUCH MUCH more in depth than a movie like Sunshine without being to dense and technical that a graduate degree is required to really grasp the concepts. They all do a good job of helping combat the biggest problem most people have with understanding astrophysics which is simply how HUGE the universe and even our galaxy is. Its really an exercise in humility because once you grasp the idea that there are so many different places in the universe that it is basically impossible that we are actually the pinnacle of intelligent life in the universe. Considering how old the universe is compared to how old our solar system and specifically our planet are, there are universes out there that have literally been existent for many billions of years before the creation of the earth, therefore it is inevitable that some random planet in some random solar system in some random galaxy is likely thousands if not millions of years ahead of our own species' civilization. Unfortunately, these distances between galaxies are so great that it is really unknown weather travel or even simple communication with these civilizations is physically possible.
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