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  • diot

    diot

    March 11, 2015, 6:42 am

    I did a small amount of research, reading several different versions online, and not one of them had the exact same translation as any of the others. You should read up for yourself, but basically I would say that Emperor Wu is asking what valuable teachings Bodhidharma is bringing to China. Bodhidharma replies that he has (only) brought nothing. So if you're new to this whole zen/taoist way of thinking, you'll probably say "that's dumb." But it's just Bodhidharma's way of being playful.

    When he says that he is bringing nothing, he doesn't mean that he isn't bringing anything. He means that he is bringing Nothing (emptiness/mu/void). (or does he? :P)

    Emptiness is the mother of all things. (from the Dao De Jing) Ultimately words fail, so this is something you have to realize for yourself.

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  • shockfactor

    shockfactor

    March 10, 2015, 8:22 pm

    way too long didn't read, but if you don't like your boyfriend/his friend being messy, don't live with them.

    Some people are neat freaks (you), others don't really care (Most guys 18-22) so long as they can still walk around.

    If you want it cleaner, then yeah, you're going to need to do more than your share, but I can tell you right now that bitching/threatening them isn't going to work.

    If you put basketball hoops over hampers and trash cans it helps.

    In short- just don't live with messy people if you're neat. You're going to go insane and you're not going to change them.

    If that's not an option, start putting the stuff you want them to throw away on their bed or computer desk (if they use one).

    Hide the remote under piles of garbage in the living room.

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  • weegee

    weegee

    March 11, 2015, 9:26 am

    ask him questions. ask him to tell you a story. ask him to explain something to you, to help you understand something. ask him to make up a new game for you and him to play together. encourage him to express himself in every way you can. draw stuff. go out and find some bugs or take a walk on the seashore at low tide. jump in puddles and get wet. go watch the airplanes at the airport, or the trains at the train station, or boats in a lake or river. cook something together. you're lucky, I never had a younger sibling so I don't feel so comfortable around young kids.

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  • JamesR

    JamesR

    March 11, 2015, 2:49 am

    If the cold mountain stream water comes in at say 5C, and the solar tubes heat water to say 95c (not at all hard... heating water or oil with solar panels is easy and very cheap - use a refrigerator coil or something else from a junk yard). So that's 90 degrees C differential. Could get higher if you use oil or some other material instead of water on the hot side.

    The goal is not to be more efficient that PV, at least not in the usual sense of efficiency. Instead, to be efficient with money. So if making very hot water or oil can be done with junkyard materials, that's very cheap. Everything is DIY. So you're left with the cost of a Sterling engine and a generator / alternator. I don't know how much a Sterling engine costs to buy. But before discounting this idea for being inefficient, do the numbers. If it comes in being 5% efficient at turning sunlight into electricity, but is 10% the cost of PV, then that's a win.

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  • MikeSeth

    MikeSeth

    March 11, 2015, 8:57 am

    > If your rules of morality do not apply when it is tough to apply them, you do not have morals.

    True. Morality does apply, however. If IDF carpetbombed Gaza and killed tens of thousands of civilians indiscriminately, that'd be immoral and a war crime. In reality, Cast Lead wasn't even illegal.

    > I'm not saying they were, I'm saying there is a callous disregard for their lives in many of the actions performed by the IDF.

    As it would be in any army which has to fight urban battles against insurgency that is deeply entrenched with and relies upon the civilian population, where every person, a child or a pregnant woman, can be carrying a weapon or *be* a weapon.

    > Maybe not to individual acts, but history has shown that the best way to deal with terrorism is to remove the root causes.

    The root of terrorism is incitement and monetary sponsorship of extremist terrorist organizations by Israel's enemies, specifically Syria and Iran, and in the past the rest of islamic countries, notably Egypt and Jordan. If you are advocating a coup in these countries, I'd not mind.

    > You simply can't defeat terrorists with military tactics when they can't be isolated from the civilian populace

    Yes, you can. Yassin assassinations are the best proof.

    > Why is it acceptable?

    Because the military objectives have been achieved, with minimal civilian life cost. The alternative is capitulation.

    > Do you really think Cast Lead is going to create long term stability for the region?

    No, of course not.

    > Why have past massive, excessive responses by Israel failed to have any impact?

    What do you mean failed to have any impact? When IDF assassinated Yassin, Hamas tanked and haven't been heard of for years. When IDF bombed Gaza, Hamas has suddenly decided that a) there will be negotiations for Shalit b) there will be an acceptance of 1967 borders, at least for show and c) that they shouldn't fire rockets (and they even caught several non-Hamas operatives attempting to fire them, if you believe Hamas at all).

    > As with Lebanon in 2006, doesn't killing civilians and taking away their livelihood/property simply help groups like Hamas and Hezbholah integrate into the community (who would you be more likely to support, someone who claims to be defending you or someone who kills people you know and love out of 'necessity')?

    IDF's interest was not in the lives of civilians, but in the Katyusha launchers that said civilians gratiously allowed to place in their vicinity and which then were used to paralyze the whole of North Israel for weeks. It was inevitable that civilians would die. Hezbollah knew that and they were *counting* on it. That's exactly what happened. If the lebanese don't like being bombed for attacks that come from their soil they should resist these attacks, and not the neighbouring country which really doesn't care about them as long as they don't shoot.

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  • kevin19713

    kevin19713

    March 10, 2015, 6:53 pm

    Are you calling me the "asshat"? Because everything you said is about the same as what I said above.

    >Unfortunately its difficult to achieve any kind of consensus at the UN, so for me to expect anything but appeasement from the UN is wishful thinking.

    >The UN works great in theory but in reality someone always has something to gain by not intervening in a genocide or rigged election.

    Anyway if you disagree with me thats fine, I'm willing to listen to almost all opinions on here. I don't claim to be an expert on anything and I actually come here because I enjoy mature discussion. But once someone starts calling my fellow redditors or myself names I find it hard to listen to them.

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  • dingfando

    dingfando

    March 10, 2015, 12:09 pm

    Oblivion's Leveling/Scaling system is a big problem true, but I've NEVER understood why everyone says the world looks like the same patch of forest repeated over and over. This is so far from true. Fast travel from the Frozen Mountains Sides of Bruma, to the fetted Dark Forest outside Layowyn, to the golden grasslands north of anvil, to the lush forests near Choral. Its VERY different and the transitions are subtle, where the types of rocks and trees and flowers gently blend from one biome to another. I just don't get it.

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  • norecord

    norecord

    March 10, 2015, 8:03 pm

    All sorts of religions. I'm agnostic. I don't care what they believed. Don't care if they were gay or straight or black or white (although the industry in the South East is still rather segregated).

    No sex thoughts at all. As I said earlier, I only find live, adult women attractive. The only "Daaaaaamn" thoughts are those of "wow... she had her whole life in front of her" kind of thoughts. Besides, most young women die from auto accidents or cancer, so they're not really "sexy" when they are all busted-up and bloody or burnt-up from chemo/radiation therapy.

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  • skipdog172

    skipdog172

    March 11, 2015, 5:52 am

    The sad thing is none of you actually have watched some of his shows in their entirety. You watch the clips that put him in the worse light. He DOES bring up some very good, logical points, that most of you would have a hard time disagreeing with in each of his shows. These are points that news networks are not making. Disagree all you want but most of you clearly have only seen the most ridiculous clips. Yes, he can be an extremely irrational dumbass at times, but he really does have some intelligent things to say if you can see past the BS.

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  • urbie

    urbie

    March 11, 2015, 4:02 am

    Meh, I've always assumed that Monty only opens a Goat door, it would seem silly to imagine him opening the Car door and saying "oops, I gave it away, LOL!"... Every time I've seen this problem, it mentioned Monty opening a door to reveal a goat, not just opening any door and possibly revealing the car. He's the compère, obviously he knows what's behind each door.

    Of course if Monty picks a door at random, just like the player does, then no information is gained and switching doors is useless... it's as if you had two players taking turn picking random doors. The whole riddle is no longer interesting from a mathematical point of view. I don't understand how people can debate this.

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