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  1. Oh my god the yelling part reminds me of MY parents when they yell at me to come downstairs. Oh wow, that's literally me :grin2: Love your profile pic! Skype huh? Good idea, never thought about it! I've always wanted to spend Christmas with friends, it would make everything 100 times better.
  2. The scene of the war against King Sombra was hands down one of the best moments in the entire show. Got a WWII feeling watching that. Loved this finale.
  3. I am always thinking. My mind thinks about so much things at the same time, all the time. Maybe that's why I suffer from anxiety.
  4. I bet some of you can tell some cool holiday traditions! PS: I wanna take the opportunity for 2 things: 1. Share with you my favorite christmas song: 2. Kindly ask you to watch this video if you haven't already, a fellow pony NEEDS our help.
  5. I know!! I thought exactly the same. He's also weak as hell... I mean, defeated by someone who has never used a lightsaber before?
  6. I honestly thought it was AMAZING! Totally lived up to the hype. What do you think? :grin2: Please, put a spoiler alert if you want to mention things that happened in the actual movie.
  7. One of my best friends is a very religious person. Like, very very religious. I'm an agnostic atheist. We just joke about it from time to time but it really doesn't make a difference, of course a religious person and an atheist can be friends and no, it does not always "take time to get over each other's differences and opinions". If it does, then one of them may have a problem with tolerance. But two rational individuals with different opinions can get along pretty quickly.
  8. inactive bc finals

  9. I love Lovecraft. Recently read "The colour out of space". Amazing. After months of being busy.. I think I'm finally getting the chance to be involved with books again, yay! Currently reading The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers by J.R.R. Tolkien.
  10. 17. Almost 18 I don't feel like it though.
  11. I love science so I think I will start doing these "the science of..." posts, here's the first one, tell me if you like it We've all felt in love with someone once. Actually, did you know that, (scientifically) it only takes less than 10 seconds to fall in love with someone? So yeah, love at first sight is literally real! This is because of the chemical reactions in our brains. To start with, dopamine, which is created in the brain and adrenal glands, enhances the release of testosterone. Dopamine affects various organs, including the genitals, the sweat glands, and also the senses. As a consequence of dopamine being released, mood and emotions are also influenced, leading to feelings of excitement and happiness. But what exactly is 'love'? Romantic love both exhilarates and motivates us. It is also critical to the continuation of our species. Without the attachment of romantic love, we would live in an entirely different society that more closely resembled some (but not all) of those social circles in the animal world. The chemicals that race around in our brain when we're in love serve several purposes, and the primary goal is the continuation of our species. Those chemicals are what make us want to form families and have children. Once we have children, those chemicals change to encourage us to stay together to raise those children. So in a sense, love really is a chemical addiction that occurs to keep us reproducing. And what makes us fall in love? Well, there would be 3 things to take into consideration. Appearance, personality, and pheromones. Appearance: Many researchers have speculated that we tend to go for members of the opposite sex who remind us of our parents (Yes, you read that right). Some have even found that we tend to be attracted to those who remind us of ourselves. Personality: Like appearance, we tend to form preferences for those who remind us of our parents (or others close to us through childhood) because of their personality, sense of humor, likes and dislikes, etc. Pheromones: In the animal world, pheromones are individual scent "prints" found in urine or sweat that dictate sexual behavior and attract the opposite sex. The existence of human pheromones was discovered in 1986 by scientists at the Chemical Senses Center in Philadelphia and its counterpart in France. They found these chemicals in human sweat. A human VNO has also been found in some, but not all, people. Even if the VNO isn't present in all of us -- and may not be working in those who do have it -- there is still evidence that smell is an important aspect of love. Did you know that only three percent of mammals (aside from the human species) form "family" relationships like we do? The prairie vole is one such animal. This vole mates for life and prefers spending time with its mate over spending time with any other voles. Voles even go to the extreme of avoiding voles of the opposite sex. So there you have it ponies. the science of love Tell if you liked it, and if you didn't, tell me as well, so I can improve if I do a second "the science of"! Have any specific topic you want me to talk about? PM me anytime