Supra Humanum (WIP - Minor update 8/10/17 - Now with saves!)

science-fiction
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#863

I like theoretical science, such as hyper cubes, mobius strips, Klein bottles, quantum mechanics, quantum computers, FTL, wormholes, and much more. I learn this stuff at home not at school. School isn’t for smart people.


#864

Well, smart people no need to go to school, don’t they? :wink:


Besides, everyone has their own preference.
That’s the reason why we all are here, aren’t we?

I’m used to be a crazy mad for theoretical science just like you, but I guess it has changed now :thinking:

I’m more into practical science. A more simple science.


#865

Rick and Morty reference detected. The statement is kinda true too.


#866

Well once you get older you learn what use is this going to be for me. Unless your going into a field that uses it, it serves no purpose to you, thus you lose your interest in that particular subject matter.


#867

Dayum. I don’t realize it.

Ok, to be fair, I don’t know what is Rick and Morty.
I just know that is somekind of… a show? an animation?
:open_hands:t4:


#868

Naa, don’t worry about me.

I’m well aware of such things (also the reason why I went from being theoretical science into practical sc.)


#869
Summary

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmNEwniAm7c

You’re welcome. Imagine a dark Back to the Future/Doctor Who Sci-Fi hybrid with deeply philosophical undertones.


#870

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#871

Me gusta Eureka. I miss those days of the Sci-Fi channel.


#872

Does school teach you how to think outside of the box, and help you invent things because my school doesnt.


#873

Every time I come back to this thread, there’s at least 20 more responses… I can’t keep up! (I need to finish the latest update, too – and send you some typoes @IronRaptor, mostly with AI pronouns.)
@Cajun_Turk and @Sophia - I wouldn’t have guessed you were so young, either! Was considering changing the age of my MC at the beginning of the story - sticking with 15 now :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes: Actually I was interested in quantum mechanics, general relativity, time travel, etc, that young as well, it’s just been a while (college student here).


#874

Are you working off of today’s update or yesterday’s? The latest one should have overhauled the pronoun system.


#875

:pensive: Very thankful I was homeschooled. Don’t let low standards discourage you!


#876

Let’s have a moment of silence for the sci-fi Chanel…
:cry: …and we’re back to the convo :smiley::innocent:


#877

Don’t get me started with the recreation of plasmathingymabob-gun!!!
:point_up_2:t4:

Edit: Oh, I was trying to point at the plasmathingymabob-gun


Oh, dayum. Is this the same animation where the ending is “trust the uncle or let the world be destroyed”?


#878

Ah, yesterday’s. Will check out the new version. And thanks for the save function!


#879

I was homeschooled as well. Unfortunately, I lived in the middle of nowhere so my social abilities were stunted for a long time but I was leagues above my peers in scholastic and “real life” capabilities.


#880

The world has never been destroyed (per se). They run with the infinite universe theory a lot and jump around from place to place. The show is so screwed up but it’s freaking hilarious. They have a lot of celebrity voice cameos between episodes.

You’re welcome! Figured I’d make playthroughs easier.


#881

Arriving at college, I realized I was more comfortable talking to adults than my peers (though I was also terrible about asking teachers for help; used to solving problems mostly on my own). Getting better now. Just needed to dive in and act natural and not worry about being perfect all the time :smirk:


#882

Already have been discouraged. My standards have left me with zero friends, lack of social skills, and constant harassment from peers. Right now all I am is just an empty husk full of regrets and bitterness.