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Name: Hydro71300
Birthday: Jul 13
Location: U.S.
Gender: Male
Last Seen: Thu, 13 Oct 2016

Membership: Member

Personal Bio
Why, hello there!

You may have just recently noticed I exist.

Then again, this is the internet, so for all you know, I could be

Morgan Freeman.

You'd never know if that's true or not, but I'd know exactly who you are, since I'd be God if that were the case.


Anyways, some general information about me:

Gender: Male

Birthday: July 13th

Zodiac: Cancer

Religion: Presently, Unitarian Universalism, or the belief in the general values of all religions, such as higher powers existing and life after death.

Likes: Teaching, History, Philosophy, Most Music, Piano, Optimism, Languages, Listing Things About Myself, Anime, Gaming, Tennis, and, of course, Magic.

Why else would I have made this account?

Dislikes: Close-mindedness, Disrespect, Loud Noises, Injuring Anything, Pessimism, Probably something else, but I'm to tired to keep thinking about it.

Favorite Music Genres: Jazz:

Traditional/World Music:


Outlook on Life: I'm generally content with life, as my reasoning has led me to the conclusion that everything is in perfectly natural order, regardless of how disorderly it may seem.

Say you wanted to prevent your sudden demise. You don't know when it will happen, and the only way to prevent it is to know the future. However, if you did know the future, and prevented your death, then the future you knew is false. If the future you saw was you preventing your death, then the knowledge is correct, but the future stayed the same.

Therefore, without knowledge of a future that will never occur, all events throughout history will happen the exact same way. This means that our fates, while they are still determined by our actions, will never truly change, as without prior predictions of certain outcomes, we would've taken the same actions to reach those outcomes every time.

In conclusion, everything is in perfect order, as every event is incapable of happening differently, and is by extension predetermined.

Sorry if that was a bit lengthy, but I love to think about stuff like that. I might go back and revise it later, considering that there's other possible takes on the subject.

I love reading people's profiles for some reason, so I figured I'd gives those that share my love something to read.


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