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Zepfan2001

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    rock music, classical music, techno
    music doesnt mean "am you sick?"

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  1. Zepfan2001

    Random Thoughts v.3

    Checkin' out all these indie recordings and finding a lot of scary stuff, a lot of underdeveloped mediocre stuff with top notch production quality and a lot of stuff that really is nothing more than stuff.
  2. Zepfan2001

    Random Thoughts v.3

    Aren't we all.
  3. Zepfan2001

    Random Thoughts v.3

    "The best of" as it were.
  4. Zepfan2001

    Random Thoughts v.3

    Got a little cryptic there. My research into genetics and evolution is very fascinating and there's still a lot of research for scientists to get done before a lot of authoritive statements can be made about what drives evolutionary changes, so a lot of my personal theorums are to be seen as theorums. There's plenty of conjecture and speculation with geneticists on evolution and I was merely outlining the current "frontier" of the subject.
  5. Zepfan2001

    Billy Idol

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aXzUU3aY7MY
  6. Zepfan2001

    Random Thoughts v.3

    I don't really know what you meant with this image in relation to what you quoted besides the appendage thing and the ancient swedes using swords and shields. You need an appendage to use a sword.
  7. Zepfan2001

    Random Thoughts v.3

    The fact that entire populations of a species evolve simultaneously points the way to a larger scale pattern and process that involves more than internal monitoring. The reason for such large scale evolution would be simple probability. It would be expected that a percentage of the newborns in the short window of evolutionary change would mutate wrongly and not survive. The ones that mutated correctly would live to replenish the population. If a population were too small to allow some slack in probability then the survival of a species would rely on a few individuals.
  8. Zepfan2001

    Random Thoughts v.3

    Did the hue-less clear fish in the deep cave make the decision to lose their scale color? Do they even know? Of course not.
  9. Zepfan2001

    Random Thoughts v.3

    Truth is, evolutionary mutations happen for a reason; to adapt a species to survive or dominate their environment. Evolutionary change doesn't require consciousness and such animals with new apendages won't know the difference but should easily learn how to use their new parts without parental instruction.
  10. Zepfan2001

    Random Thoughts v.3

    Most animals have small or tiny brains, so obviously it takes little to no brain power to mutate a new physical adaption. Perhaps in larger animals this switch is monitored in the spinal cord. In tiny and microscopic animals such as ants and waterbears the cause of adaption is still an internal reaction to their physical happenstance. These two animals are extremely simple yet are as easily prone to evolutionary change as their much larger planetmates, the mammal and the reptile.
  11. Zepfan2001

    Random Thoughts v.3

    My guess is that there is a genetic marker or switch in a set of chromosomes that when activated, opens the animals body to change. This would seem to only make sense to happen at a time of rest and replication, so, evolutionary mutation must happen within the female during gestation and the male might or might not have an influence on that change. If an animal were open to genetic mutation at all times then a species would quickly disappear due to becoming "open source wreck".
  12. Zepfan2001

    Random Thoughts v.3

    The genetic mutation in an animals physical evolution is an actual process that is started and is monitored in the brain, not a random work of magic. What the animal has observed with its senses and has physically experienced is what enacts the mutation so that the animal can adapt to the environment. The actual process of evolutionary mutation hasn't been studied, observed and documented yet. When this process becomes scientific knowledge scientists can then artificially force mutations in both animals and humans and use this process to create people that can do things we can't.
  13. Zepfan2001

    What song is stuck in your head?

    You really like this crappy song.
  14. Zepfan2001

    What song is stuck in your head?

    Hello I love you won't you tell me your name Hello I love you let me jump in your game
  15. Zepfan2001

    What Are You Listening To At This Moment?

    Ted Weems was a 1930s orchestra leader. I found at least 3 different recordings of this song (1931, 1933, 1947) on YouTube. This one has the best sound in my opinion.
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