Or, even if it’s useless trivia, or information that has the potential of destroying the world and everything in it (I’m looking at you e=mc^2), is it still best to know anyways?




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  1. griz 5 months ago

    Things with only the potential to destroy are worth knowing “about” so as one is not ignorant such potential is their key feature.

    But knowing them intimately is questionable.

    Consider that the psychologists who are required by their jobs to know the inner workings of the psychopathic criminal mind rarely escape some degree of “infection” by that darkness.

    And those who know the deep inner workings of death camps, wars, biological weaponry, how to best cheat people etc are rarely ever the same again.

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      Jear77 5 months ago

      @griz when you look into the abyss, the abyss looks back at you…

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      • griz 5 months ago

        @Jear77
        . . . and you see yourself. . .

        Even if just in another.

        Never doubt your value,

        Or meaning.
        (ha!)

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