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7 Classic Disney Movies Based On R-Rated Stories As happy as they were to give us the occasional nightmare, Disney's favorite way to misshape our world view was to coat classic stories in a suffocating saccharine wrapper, damning us all to a lifetime of naivety. But all you have to do is look at these (very real) original endings to tales Disney sanitized to be thankful for their protection, and baffled that they chose to adapt such horrifying stories to begin with ... The Jungle Book: Everybody Dies The Disney Happy Ending: The film follows Mowgli, a baby who winds up in the jungle and is befriended by talking predators. After avoiding the human world for years and spending most of his childhood being awesome in the jungle, Mowgli stumbles upon a village and is instantly smitten with some doe-eyed floozy. 7 Classic Disney Movies Based On R-Rated Stories
Hell: Exothermic or Endothermic? 1, April 28, 2010 by jonathanturley This answer to a college chemistry exam was sent to me recently and restores my faith in the new generation of college students. The answer was purportedly in response to the bonus question on a University of Arizona chemistry midterm: “Is Hell exothermic (gives off heat) or endothermic (absorbs heat)?” Hell: Exothermic or Endothermic?
It had to happen at some point. The first play to ever be produced in the language of the Klingons, A Klingon Christmas Carol began its performances in Chicago recently. Scrooge of course is the central character and to begin with, he has no honor and no courage. What better way to start a great and noble story of a warrior's redemption? Yet Tiny Tim awaits a horrible fate if Scrooge does not recover both his honor and his courage. Scrooge is visited by three spirits, no doubt from Gre'Thor (the Klingon version of Hell) and these spirits must help him to become a true warrior in time to save the day – and Tiny Tim too! A Klingon Christmas Carol A Klingon Christmas Carol
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I’ve just found a remarkable 1963 study [pdf] from the Archives of Opthalmology in which 24 blind participants took LSD to see if they could experience visual hallucinations. It turns out, they can, although this seems largely to be the case in blind people who had several years of sight to begin with, but who later lost their vision. Those blind from a very early age (younger than two years-old) did not report visual hallucinations, probably because they never had enough visual experience to shape a fully-functioning visual system when their brain was still developing. Do blind people hallucinate on LSD? Do blind people hallucinate on LSD?
Logical Paradoxes Logical Paradoxes Logic is a powerful tool; it can be used to discern and to discover truth. Sometimes, though, this tool falls into the hands of those who would abuse it. Armed with the laws of logic and a few simple, plausible, and apparently harmless assumptions, philosophers can construct proofs of the most absurd conclusions.
Some paradoxes - an anthology Click the W links for related Wikipedia articles If you have enjoyed this site, please show your appreciation by making a donation here to the Hope Projects, supporting and accommodating destitute and homeless asylum-seekers in the UK. Catch-22 There was only one catch and that was Catch-22, which specified that concern for one's own safety in the face of dangers that were real and immediate was the process of a rational mind. Orr was crazy and could be grounded.
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By the time you finish reading this article, you will undoubtedly think of Theo Gray when you hear someone say "mad scientist." Theo, a columnist for the magazine Popular Science, recently published a book titled Theo Gray's Mad Science: Experiments You Can Do At Home - But Probably Shouldn't. The book is full of experiments so outrageous (Ignite your own phosphorus sun in a globe filled with pure oxygen! Make your own shotgun ammo by pouring molten lead off the roof! 7 Mad Science Experiments You Can Do At Home But Probably Shouldn't
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10 Retro Heroes You Should Know About: Pics, Videos, Links, News 1. John Carter John Carter was a classic hero mysteriously transported to the unknown planet of Mars. He helped the Martians of Barsoom fight an epic civil war and saved them from destruction.
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Voices in Time I want to share with you something I’ve learned. I’ll draw it on the blackboard behind me so you can follow more easily [draws a vertical line on the blackboard]. This is the G-I axis: good fortune-ill fortune. Death and terrible poverty, sickness down here—great prosperity, wonderful health up there. Your average state of affairs here in the middle [points to bottom, top, and middle of line respectively]. Kurt Vonnegut at the Blackboard
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