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What if the history of the world were to get erased?
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Will it be the peacest way to prevent the third World War and any other wars and fights? Just for now....
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Brilliant, why didn't anyone think of this amazing and simple solution before??
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(2018-07-28 22:46:34)Ali Wrote: Brilliant, why didn't anyone think of this amazing and simple solution before??

They want their own identity; that's why.
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You can't erase history. That's just a nonsensical idea, unless you have a time machine.
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(2018-07-29 06:31:15)aaaaaa123456789 Wrote: You can't erase history. That's just a nonsensical idea, unless you have a time machine.

That's a silly objection. Since when do hypotheticals have to be possible?

I think 960 is asking whether there would be less war without the memory of past conflicts and pre-existing us vs them mentality. That's a reasonable, interesting question.
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(2018-08-06 17:18:56)Ringstaart Wrote: Since when do hypotheticals have to be possible?

How very ironic of you to say. I remember, in a discussion, I presented you with a hypothetical of my own, relating to whether or not you would assassinate Hitler as a child, and you quite cleverly evaded the question by questioning the possibility of the hypothetical.



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(2018-08-06 17:33:22)TheWicked Wrote:
(2018-08-06 17:18:56)Ringstaart Wrote: Since when do hypotheticals have to be possible?

How very ironic of you to say. I remember, in a discussion, I presented you with a hypothetical of my own, relating to whether or not you would assassinate Hitler as a child, and you quite cleverly evaded the question by questioning the possibility of the hypothetical.

That does sound like something I would do, but I don't remember doing it. Do you have a link?
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(2018-08-06 17:57:46)Ringstaart Wrote:
(2018-08-06 17:33:22)TheWicked Wrote:
(2018-08-06 17:18:56)Ringstaart Wrote: Since when do hypotheticals have to be possible?

How very ironic of you to say. I remember, in a discussion, I presented you with a hypothetical of my own, relating to whether or not you would assassinate Hitler as a child, and you quite cleverly evaded the question by questioning the possibility of the hypothetical.

That does sound like something I would do, but I don't remember doing it. Do you have a link?

I'm pretty sure this is what he's refeering to but it was ax6 who said it:
(2017-05-18 08:26:23)aaaaaa123456789 Wrote:
(2017-05-17 17:23:24)TheWicked Wrote:
(2017-05-16 06:35:04)aaaaaa123456789 Wrote: What kind of reasonable thought can lead you to believe that someone doesn't deserve healthcare?

Would you offer teenage Hitler healthcare, being fully aware of what he intends to do in a few years? Just curious.

That's not a realistic situation. Let's ask the underlying question — would you have killed a teenage Hitler, being fully aware of what he would do later?
The answer is, it doesn't matter at all. In real life, you never have that kind of knowledge. It's dangerously close to the typical "you have to kill yourself or murder person A, what do you do?" questions — that situation doesn't exist.

This is what you said:
(2017-05-18 14:28:58)Ringstaart Wrote:
(2017-05-17 17:23:24)TheWicked Wrote:
(2017-05-16 06:35:04)aaaaaa123456789 Wrote: What kind of reasonable thought can lead you to believe that someone doesn't deserve healthcare?

Would you offer teenage Hitler healthcare, being fully aware of what he intends to do in a few years? Just curious.

That's dumb. If you want to do that kind of thing then just murder him, instead of refusing him healthcare and hoping he ends up dying.
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(2018-08-06 17:57:46)Ringstaart Wrote:
(2018-08-06 17:33:22)TheWicked Wrote:
(2018-08-06 17:18:56)Ringstaart Wrote: Since when do hypotheticals have to be possible?

How very ironic of you to say. I remember, in a discussion, I presented you with a hypothetical of my own, relating to whether or not you would assassinate Hitler as a child, and you quite cleverly evaded the question by questioning the possibility of the hypothetical.

That does sound like something I would do, but I don't remember doing it. Do you have a link?

lmao I love you Ringstaart.
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(2018-08-06 18:41:42)Tebbe Wrote:
(2018-08-06 17:57:46)Ringstaart Wrote:
(2018-08-06 17:33:22)TheWicked Wrote:
(2018-08-06 17:18:56)Ringstaart Wrote: Since when do hypotheticals have to be possible?
How very ironic of you to say. I remember, in a discussion, I presented you with a hypothetical of my own, relating to whether or not you would assassinate Hitler as a child, and you quite cleverly evaded the question by questioning the possibility of the hypothetical.
That does sound like something I would do, but I don't remember doing it. Do you have a link?
I'm pretty sure this is what he's refeering to but it was ax6 who said it:
(2017-05-18 08:26:23)aaaaaa123456789 Wrote:
(2017-05-17 17:23:24)TheWicked Wrote:
(2017-05-16 06:35:04)aaaaaa123456789 Wrote: What kind of reasonable thought can lead you to believe that someone doesn't deserve healthcare?
Would you offer teenage Hitler healthcare, being fully aware of what he intends to do in a few years? Just curious.
That's not a realistic situation. Let's ask the underlying question — would you have killed a teenage Hitler, being fully aware of what he would do later? The answer is, it doesn't matter at all. In real life, you never have that kind of knowledge. It's dangerously close to the typical "you have to kill yourself or murder person A, what do you do?" questions — that situation doesn't exist.
This is what you said:
(2017-05-18 14:28:58)Ringstaart Wrote:
(2017-05-17 17:23:24)TheWicked Wrote:
(2017-05-16 06:35:04)aaaaaa123456789 Wrote: What kind of reasonable thought can lead you to believe that someone doesn't deserve healthcare?
Would you offer teenage Hitler healthcare, being fully aware of what he intends to do in a few years? Just curious.
That's dumb. If you want to do that kind of thing then just murder him, instead of refusing him healthcare and hoping he ends up dying.

No, this wasn't the post I was referring to. I remember Ringstaart saying the only way the hypothetical could be possible would be for him to travel back in time and the rest is a blur. I'll begin looking for the post now and edit this if I find it. Unfortunately, it may be a little too well hidden for me to find.

(I'm pretty sure it does exist, if it doesn't I apologise.)

Edit: I couldn't find it (but I didn't put much effort into looking for it). It's whatever though.



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I would have given Hitler a better childhood so he wouldn't grow up to become a genocidal dictator
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(2018-08-20 06:18:16)The Silent Artist Wrote:
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This... this right here... may be the onset of quite possibly the greatest comic series ever! This needs to be funded! Animated! Turned into a live-action comedy! Interview the original creator to have books written about them!

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Okay instead of an interview, she can just do a "Draw my life" kind of thing.
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(2018-08-20 06:18:16)The Silent Artist Wrote:
[Best comic ever]
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Then, what if it got prohibited to look for lost history in addition to the condition I said earlier? Can this be good?
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(2018-08-21 10:43:10)SouthAnd960 Wrote:
(2018-08-20 06:18:16)The Silent Artist Wrote:
[Best comic ever]
[The Pondering Artist]

Then, what if it got prohibited to look for lost history in addition to the condition I said earlier? Can this be good?

This has actually been discussed a long time ago...



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