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#1
Ok guys, serious question (for whatever that's worth). Does anybody here legitimately believe that the supernatural/otherworldy beings or creatures/folklore/the occult/etc. could possibly exist? Not in a religious sense or anything, just in general. Recently had this discussion with someone and I'm hungry for opinions.
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#4
I don't see why they couldn't exist, but I would not claim that they do.
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#5
it depends on what you mean by supernatural. If there is an infinite amount of space in the universe, some planets, like ours, will have animals or beings


Edit: if you mean aliens not ghosts anyway


If you mean ghosts then I really don't know nor do I care
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#7
They could, but I could be a T-rex who programmed a computer to post for me 100 million years in the future and talk to all of you. Prove me wrong.
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#9
yes, they could exist. to say no i think is the arrogance of humans. to say that reality is confined to our perceptions just seems pompous. on the other hand, it seems foolish to jump to conclusions about things we cannot know.
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#10
Of course not.
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#11
heck no. get off the weed man! if we haven't found anything like that yet with our technology and exploration then i don't think we ever will. Now, outside of our solar system... that's a different story.
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#12
Supernatural/otherworldy being things that don't exist in the natural universe or this world?

Well, no. The clue's in the name, surely.
#13
The giant squid was thought to be mythical until one washed up.

Obviously not on the same level as the fabled Kraken, but still makes you think what else could be out there that we think to be mythical.
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The giant squid was thought to be mythical until one washed up.

Obviously not on the same level as the fabled Kraken, but still makes you think what else could be out there that we think to be mythical.

#15
Disbelief in anything is more stupid than the actual believing.
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Disbelief in anything is more stupid than the actual believing.



do you believe in psychics? The abominable snowman? The Bacana (a cross between bacon and bananas, the greasiest fruit t.m.)? What about vampires? Zombies? The octo-frog (frog with 8 legs and 8 eyes)?
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do you believe in psychics? The abominable snowman? The Bacana (a cross between bacon and bananas, the greasiest fruit t.m.)? What about vampires? Zombies? The octo-frog (frog with 8 legs and 8 eyes)?


Physics is the study of how things work, and not believing in how things work is really stupid. The yeti is the same color as the snow, so he's probably really good at hiding. With genetically modified food, the Bacana is coming very soon. I have not met a vampire, but that doesn't mean that they're not lurking around the night. Voodoo does some crazy stuff, including making zombies. If the octo-frog doesn't already exist in the wild, some mad scientist is going to cross-breed a spider and a frog to get that.

EDIT: Read wrong. Psychics

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Physics

not the thing
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Physics is the study of how things work, and not believing in how things work is really stupid. The yeti is the same color as the snow, so he's probably really good at hiding. With genetically modified food, the Bacana is coming very soon. I have not met a vampire, but that doesn't mean that they're not lurking around the night. Voodoo does some crazy stuff, including making zombies. If the octo-frog doesn't already exist in the wild, some mad scientist is going to cross-breed a spider and a frog to get that.



psychics (si-kicks) not Physics (fi-sics)
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psychics (si-kicks) not Physics (fi-sics)


See the edit.
Tomorrow will take us away
Far from home
No one will ever know our names
But the bards' songs will remain
Tomorrow will take it away
The fear of today
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Due to our magic songs

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#24
Holding the principle of belief hinging on evidence is critically important if we're ever going to understand how to world works.
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#25
I doubt they do, but it'd be pretty insane if they were real.

A part of me kind of wishes they were real.
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Holding the principle of belief hinging on evidence is critically important if we're ever going to understand how to world works.


Maybe, but if we haven't found it yet, that doesn't make it any less true. Take the giant squid, or those weird lights in the sky and the government lying to you about them.
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No one will ever know our names
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The fear of today
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#27
Absolutely.

Not accepting the possibility of something simply because it falls beyond the realm of one's understanding is the mark of a foolish man.
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Maybe, but if we haven't found it yet, that doesn't make it any less true. Take the giant squid, or those weird lights in the sky and the government lying to you about them.

If a hypothesis cannot be falsified, then it isn't science.
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Absolutely.

Not accepting the possibility of something simply because it falls beyond the realm of one's understanding is the mark of a foolish man.

But we can understand that supernatural occurrences are impossible because there is no such thing as the supernatural. Nature emcompasses all of existence. If something exists outside of nature, then how could it possibly exist?
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They could, but I could be a T-rex who programmed a computer to post for me 100 million years in the future and talk to all of you. Prove me wrong.

My goodness, now I know the reason why I drew you like a crocodile with gorilla arms. D:
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Take the giant squid, or those weird lights in the sky and the government lying to you about them.

Seek help.
#32
I haven't seen anything personally but I've heard from a friend who heard from a friend who heard from a friend that they saw one while they were high, so they must be real.
#33
Didn't they also find some dead chupacabras?
Tomorrow will take us away
Far from home
No one will ever know our names
But the bards' songs will remain
Tomorrow will take it away
The fear of today
It will be gone
Due to our magic songs

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Ok guys, serious question (for whatever that's worth). Does anybody here legitimately believe that the supernatural/otherworldy beings or creatures/folklore/the occult/etc. could possibly exist? Not in a religious sense or anything, just in general. Recently had this discussion with someone and I'm hungry for opinions.

Highly unlikely they would exist and we wouldn´t know about it. Still a possibility though.
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I believe in some complex theory of telepathy. But in the end, I couldn't call it "supernatural" because it should have an explanation.

Really, 'magic' is simply a force of nature which hasn't been explored and defined by science yet. And, believe me, there are MANY such forces of which humans don't know. Knowledge expands every day...
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Really, 'magic' is simply a force of nature which hasn't been explored and defined by science yet. And, believe me, there are MANY such forces of which humans don't know. Knowledge expands every day...

Well you seem to be such a well-versed member of the scientific community, how could I not take your word for it?

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#39


What if God wasn't a person, but a force?
Tomorrow will take us away
Far from home
No one will ever know our names
But the bards' songs will remain
Tomorrow will take it away
The fear of today
It will be gone
Due to our magic songs

ALL HAIL CELESTIA
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What if God wasn't a person, but a force?

What if your mother wasn't only a *****, but a fat one as well?
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