Zupponn wrote:Seriously, someone should just kick Colette from his admin position.
Silvawards 2013 wrote:Best Noob
Rayhawk on Facebook wrote:One of the BrikWars kids posted a new faction earlier today riffing on Islamic State militants, and as far as I can remember, it is the single most over-the-top offensive thing ever posted to the forum.
Vami IV wrote:He forgot Kastrenzo.
The Shadowscythe wrote:Yep, now someone needs to steal a pair if starships and crash them into two towers of some description.
Then starts a costly and failed invasion of Irak and spessganistan.
Brikwars Chat wrote:...(etc.)
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Brikwars Chat wrote:<Scratch>: ==>
<colette>: so it's obvious the whole idea got inspired by Railgun,
<colette>: but it wasn't obvious how, even to me
<colette>: now I remember the thought that started it though
<colette>: I remember when I was watching
<colette>: I thought, "the whole Esper thing is bullshit" and the science vs. magic thing falls apart, it's all magic
<colette>: the following might be a convoluted
<colette>: but I'm taking a class called History of Science, so I was somewhat interested in thinking about this sort of thing
<colette>: I thought, the characters living in the Railgun-verse obey their own physical laws and parameters distinct from ours
<colette>: and ultimately
<colette>: science is a philosophy, not a rigid collection of facts
<Scratch>: more of a rigid collection of theories
<colette>: so if they rigorously tested concepts and phenomenon within their own different universe, then it's still "science" in a sense
<colette>: it's more about how they come to their results than the results themselves
<colette>: this is more philosophical than I usually am
<colette>: which is probably why I forgot
Bragallot wrote:Just ask Silverdream. He decides what's true and right, and what someone said or meant at some point, even if they didn't. Clearly he is the most suitable person for fixing this mess.
Bluefog wrote:I mean, I could just throw my feces at you and my feelings would be conveyed adequately.
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