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    Sapphyre replied to a thread Argument Question in Off-topic
    Basically, you have two parameters that both factor into the energy content of a beam of light (through a fixed surface area). One is the frequency...
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    Likewise. If I had to name a suspect cause for unusual coincidence of ABDLism and TS, this would be it. Diapers conveniently cover up and obscure the...
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    Sapphyre replied to a thread Argument Question in Off-topic
    Thinking of light as particles, the "frequency" is the energy content of each individual photon. If you think of them like projectiles, it's the same...
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    Sapphyre replied to a thread What the hell? in Mature Topics
    I wish I could be a ray of sunshine here, but I'm one of the most misanthropic people I know. Insofar as "truth", for most people the operational...
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    DenFur ^.^
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    Sapphyre replied to a thread Argument Question in Off-topic
    Quite so! And actually, I think the difficulty in talking about QM without framing things from a particular interpretive vantage point has hindered...
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    Sapphyre replied to a thread Argument Question in Off-topic
    You're in good company; for a long time many physicists thought so too! It turns out there are phenomena that are impossible to explain by thinking...
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    Sapphyre replied to a thread Argument Question in Off-topic
    The problem is much deeper than the measurement of photons being problematic. The double-slit experiment (and variations thereon) actually...
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    Sapphyre replied to a thread Argument Question in Off-topic
    Actually, the falling tree question isn't so much about the definition of sound as it is about whether reality exists independent of perception. The...
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    Exactly! Criterion C was basically an inversion of the ASD traits of "stimming", sensitivity to stimuli, intensely focused areas of interest, and...
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    One of the purposes is to raise awareness of some common misconceptions about how the criminal justice system, and society at large, actually respond...
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    Sapphyre replied to a thread Euphemisms in Mature Topics
    Your post got this stuck in my headů And yes, it is important to be aware of how euphemisms (and choice of words in general) can shift how...
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    As someone who falls on the high-functioning end of the autism spectrum, the popular characterization of us Auties (even in the DSM!) has struck me...
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    There is a sublime satisfaction that comes from self-sufficiency and making one's own way in the world — an ability to look others in the eye with...
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    You probably feel cold because you're starving. The human body needs protein and fat in order to function, and dropping 2 lbs per day can't be...
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