nekom: arentol: anything there is proof of is, by definition, natural.That's kind of the point I was making, summed up nicely. Bring someone from 500 years ago here and show them an ipad: "What manner of sorcery is this!?!?". It was Clarke (I think) who said any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.
Barry Lyndon's Annuity Cheque: santadog: With one link to a site that explained exactly how David Copperfield made the Statue of Liberty disappear, I dashed all his hopes of real magic in the world.Was it a rotating platform or something? That's what I always assumed when I saw that back in the day.
Closed: My son died in March of this year. It is unbearable and good for this father for finding something to get him through another day. I can tell the "grieving process" discussed upthread is by someone that has never lost a child. There are no processes, especially around the holidays for a parent that will be going through their first Thanksgiving and Christmas without their child.
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