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Do you believe in ghosts ?

MisaAmane765’s Profile PhotoKatie Duffy
Yes. I have had a handful of weird experiences that I just can't find a logical explanation for, and that leads me to believe that there must be forces at play in our world that we cannot see or explain away with science. But, I think that, even if I hadn't had those experiences, I would still choose to believe in ghosts because I find the idea of them strangely comforting.
I like the thought that a part of us remains here, on earth, with our family and loved ones, after our physical body dies.

Drop a long term goal you have.

paradiseeve5’s Profile PhotoDuaa.
things i need to experience -> one day in space <3 living as an astronaut without having to worry about holding my luggage bec there's no gravity in space yes there's but too less to be considered but what i experience is unpronounceable API names that needs to be implement in 24h & should be ready to fetch data i think I've a soul of astronaut however in science theres no concept of soul

Czy masz problemy z odnelezieniem się wśród towarzystwa w takich miejscach jak praca /praktyki? Ja przyznam się, że przeważnie miałam, jakieś przynoszenie czegoś od siebie żeby częstować odpadało, czekałam z niecierpliwością do samego końca, rzadko znajdowały się wspólne tematy itd

OlcixAriel1919’s Profile PhotoAlexis Ariel
zabrzmi to jak bro science, ale autentycznie mój typowy lęk społeczny znacznie się zmniejszył jak zacząłem suplementować cynk i magnez
przedtem stres był niemożliwy do przezwyciężenia, dosłownie panował nad moim ciałem i duszą. oferowano mi jakieś techniki antystresowe ale nic nie działało, dosłownie dostawałem drgawek, nie byłem w stanie nic powiedzieć, a po każdym spotkaniu chciałem sobie strzelić w łeb
a dosłownie teraz mam jakiś cięższy społecznie tydzień i mimo że lęk dalej tam jest, to jest cieniem tego co przeżywałem jeszcze całkiem niedawno. także sprawdź czy nie masz jakiegoś niedoboru cynku/magnezu tak jak ja, i na wszelki wypadek upewnij się też że się trochę ruszasz w ciągu dnia

What isn't political?

it's hard to say. Politics is everywhere - from children's toys and milk cartons to science and education. Perhaps only some mеntal illnеsses and love are free from it, that's all.
However, at such moments I sometimes think that nature doesn't give a fuсk about all these political things, so there is no politics deep inside the matter either.

How to cover whole semester within one day ...need serious suggestions?? Staif

Hamzaahad’s Profile PhotoHamza Ahad
Idk if it will work for you or not. It works for me and my sister. First, prepare whatever you can. Then listen to subliminal, im attaching the link. There is a whole science behind subliminals but i will not get into that. Just drink water before and after listening to subliminal.
https://youtu.be/ZcJlMhDVcXEssasuke25927’s Video 169716834138 ZcJlMhDVcXEssasuke25927’s Video 169716834138 ZcJlMhDVcXE

If you could describe your childhood what would u say about it miss fantasy

It's a history 😂🥰
Everything was new, I felt like I was discovering everything myself, even if every1 else considered it common knowledge 🤸🏼‍♀️
My imagination was vaster & more powerful, i spent hours n hours just "playing pretend n being like scholars & scientists" with my bro 🤸🏼‍♀️
We would go on amazing adventures in our house yard or in our rooms 😂 I went on real adventures too out in Syrian, Jordanian, Turkish & Kuwaiti nature with my family, & i was taking advantage from our travels to make a new scientific adventure everytime 😂
There r times when I was too excited & happy, while sometimes i was puzzled over some issues that i don't prefer to mention, On the whole happiness is much more to be remembered & cherished, so if i wanna describe my childhood in some adjectives, it'd be:
Treasured
Full of science & experience
Miraculous
Adorable
Captivating
fun-loving
Extraordinary
Fascinating
Motivating
Mischievous 🌸💛

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Что интересное недавно читали? Чем зацепило?

vimashkina’s Profile PhotoВикАчка
На русском языке ради эстетического наслаждения недавно перечитал кое-что у Говарда Филлипса Лавкрафта. "Музыка Эриха Цанна", "Случай Чарльза Декстера Варда", "Ужас Данвича", "Сны в ведьмином доме" и ещё россыпь коротких рассказов. Он мой любимый автор. Проходит какое-то время, и я испытываю непреодолимую тягу опять соприкоснуться с его творчеством. Каждый раз мне открываются новые глубины, новый цветокор, новые углы и вместе с ними обновляется гамма моих переживаний. Я читаю Лавкрафта и в оригинале, но на русском он ощущается иначе. Этот язык депрессивный. Как будто перья Достоевского, Тургенева, Гончарова, Островского и прочих классиков оставляли не чернильные следы, а тонкие нити, подобные шёлковым, окрашенные в вантаблэк. У сплетённых из них слов вкус получается преимущественно вяжущим или меловым. И такая фаталистичная паутина по-особому передаёт хорроры, вирды. В то же время она может задушить некоторые произведения, вроде "The Juliette Society" Саши Грей, если не освободиться от неё полностью.
На английском языке прочитал "Inspired: Understanding Creativity: A Journey Through Art, Science, and the Soul" Мэтта Риктела. Я бы назвал её неплохим дополнением к прочитанной мной ранее книге Уилла Гомперца "Думай как художник, или Как сделать жизнь более креативной, не отрезая себе ухо". В данный момент читаю "Bird Box" Джоша Малермана. Мне нравится её рваный ритм, переходы от схематичности к детализации и обратно. Тот случай, когда начинаешь задумываться, воспринималась бы эта история так же, если бы подавалась в другом стиле.
She hears low voices. Some are angry. The people are debating whether or not to let her in.
"I haven't seen anything!" she calls. "I swear. I'm safe. My eyes are closed. Please. I read the ad in the paper."
"Keep them closed," a man finally says. "We're opening the door. When we do, come inside as quickly as you can. Okay?"
"Okay. Yes. Okay."
She waits. The air is still, calm. Nothing happens. Then she hears the click of the door. She steps forward quickly. Hands reach out and pull her in. The door slams shut behind her.

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Что интересное недавно читали Чем зацепило

ايه الأمكان اللي بتتيح للشخص دراسة بكالوريوس cognitive science في مصر بمستوي محترم ؟

للأسف مش مجال تخصصي وما صادفتش أي حاجة عنه، ماعادا كام أنسر أطن لإسلام زاهر ومحسن بيتكلموا عنه، ففمكن يفيدوك.
بالتوفيق دايما<3

Тебе нравится жить в 21 веке?

Китай заявил, что его гигантский телескоп Sky Eye, возможно, обнаружил признаки инопланетных цивилизаций, согласно отчету государственной газеты Science and Technology Daily, официальной газеты министерства науки и технологий Китая. Новость уже стала популярной в социальной сети Weibo и была подхвачена другими СМИ, в том числе государственными.
Пора бы уже прилететь и к чертям собачьим угомонить людей у власти, или вообще обнулить планету. Давно уже очевидно, что это неизбежно и пожалуй единственное решение на этот час!
В итоге фильм "The Day the Earth Stood Still" был бы, как трейлер к этим событиям!
Тебе нравится жить в 21 веке

Jak daleko może iść Twoja wyobraźnia ? ;)

wyluzowaana’s Profile PhotoDziewczyna z Dobrym Sercem♀❥ ¥
W dzieciństwie czytałem wiele książek, większość z nich była z gatunku Science Fiction, były też książki z gatunku Fantazy, czasem pojawiała się Literatura Grozy. Wszystkie książki, które czytałem rozbudzały wyobraźnię. Najgorszą książką dla mnie był "Zew Cthulhu" – książka napisana przez H.P. Lovecrafta. Po przeczytaniu tej książki miałem dosyć literatury grozy i do tej pory unikam tego gatunku. Ponieważ wyobraźnię mam naprawdę dużą to akcja tej książki mogłaby opisywać najgorszą apokalipsę w dziejach ludzkości, przy której atak zombie, to bajka dla przedszkolaków. Później w okolicach gimnazjum zainteresowałem się zupełnie inną literaturą łączącą przygodę i miłość na przykład "Błękitna laguna", lub "Powrót na Błękitną Lagunę" Na grafika gogle nie mogłem znaleźć okładek tych książek to wstawiam okładkę kasety VHS z tym filmem. Przyjemnie się to czyta, pewnie podobnie ogląda. Literatura tego typu rozbudza wyobraźnie i powoduje to, że w żaden sposób nie krzywdzi się drugiej połówki, z którą się jest w związku.
Wszystkim czytającym tą odpowiedź życzę miłej *Środy 😊

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Why are people on the left joining the right?

"The Turn" by Liel Leibovitz (part 3)
The Turn hit me just a beat before it did you, so I know just how awful it feels. It’s been years now, but I still remember the time a dear friend and mentor took me to lunch and warned me, sternly and without any of the warmth you’d extend to someone you truly loved, to watch what I said about Israel. I still remember how confusing and painful it felt to know that my beliefs—beliefs, mind you, that, until very recently, were so obvious and banal and widely held on the left that they were hardly considered beliefs at all—now labeled me an outcast. The Turn brings with it the sort of pain most of us don’t feel as adults; you’d have to go all the way back to junior high, maybe, to recall a stabbing sensation quite as deep and confounding as watching your friends all turn on you and decide that you’re not worthy of their affection any more. It’s the kind of primal rejection that is devastating precisely because it forces you to rethink everything, not only your convictions about the world but also your idea of yourself, your values, and your priorities. We all want to be embraced. We all want the men and women we consider most swell to approve of us and confirm that we, too, are good and great. We all want the love and the laurels; The Turn takes both away.
But, having been there before, I have one important thing to tell you: If the left is going to make it “right wing” to simply be decent, then it’s OK to be right.
Why? Because, after 225 long and fruitful years of this terminology, “right” and “left” are now empty categories, meaning little more than “the blue team” and “the green team” in your summer camp’s color war. You don’t get to be “against the rich” if the richest people in the country fund your party in order to preserve their government-sponsored monopolies. You are not “a supporter of free speech” if you oppose free speech for people who disagree with you. You are not “for the people” if you pit most of them against each other based on the color of their skin, or force them out of their jobs because of personal choices related to their bodies. You are not “serious about economic inequality” when you happily order from Amazon without caring much for the devastating impact your purchases have on the small businesses that increasingly are either subjugated by Jeff Bezos’ behemoth or crushed by it altogether. You are not “for science” if you refuse to consider hypotheses that don’t conform to your political convictions and then try to ban critical thought and inquiry from the internet. You are not an “anti-racist” if you label—and sort!—people by race. You are not “against conformism” when you scare people out of voicing dissenting opinions. (cont)

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"I read about a number of topics, a lot of it is research into the Dark World, and the Dark Mirror. Though I wouldn't mind taking a look at some of Geno's books, since the science from his world seems to be far more advanced than what we have in Hyrule."

Stoicviolet’s Profile PhotoVio
You'd have to ask him if he would lend'em to ya, I think he would and I could see Geno even wanting to trade books and looking into your world..we aren't sure if I could even step into Hyrule cause..well..I might be darkness like Shadow but our powers work a little different.. anything that I touch will wilt away and crumble.. I have a Death touch that makes anything that comes in contact with me rapidly age until it dusts..I have to have a special metal used on my scythe just so it doesn't break while I'm wielding it cause of that.. Genos the only person I've ran into that didn't die just from me bumping into'em.. plus..he didn't fear me like the rest of everyone else here.. it was different.. *he then shakes his skull, he was getting off track* point is..I don't think I could ever repay the favor or visit your world without dealing a skeleton of damage to it and all of you..

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Liked by: Vio Shadow Geno

"I actually figured out most of it on my own through extrapolation. It's a gift and a curse."

Stoicviolet’s Profile PhotoVio
*I had to Google what that word meant xD*
*Reaper looks back at Vio and blinks in surprise* Keep that up and I'd say your a lot like Geno, he's pretty quick on figuring things out too..basically he's the brains and I'm the brawn~ *his hood starts making heart shapes as he talks about Geno- his clothing is affected by his powers just like a certain someone else-* Geno reads books like you do too-Shadow told me that's something you do but his are about science and puns..I think I caught him reading something about yours truly before too~
I actually figured out most of it on my own through extrapolation Its a gift and

Moonknight is fun to binge watch but honestly i would only rate it 7/10. Too much of irrational and silly addition of characters makes it a turnoff, especially the ending, you probably won't like it.

too late i am already 4 episodes in. i actually like it so far it’s like venom meets dora the explorer in egypt also thank u for the heads up i won’t keep high expectations for the ending now tou mujhe to achi hi lagegi;) science;)

Nahuli mo na bang nakatitig sa'yo yung crush mo? Tapos biglang awkward smile na lang kayo haha Ganun sakin madalas kaya akala ko crush niya rin ako. Di pala.

Story time!
It happened on my freshmen year sa HS. There's this guy na lagi akong tinitingnan. As in lagi kong nahuhuling nakatingin sa akin. Bilang ako ay competitive, nilalaban ko lang siya ng tingin. Tuwing Science class namin, sila 'yong class na gumagamit ng room bago kami. Bago ang Science class ay vacant namin kaya madalas naghihintay kami sa labas ng room habang 'di pa sila dinidismiss.
Tapos magtititigan talaga kami. Para nga'ng naging competition sa amin kung sino ang unang babawi ng tingin. Madalas siyang talo kasi tatawagin siya ng teacher niya, na teacher din namin. Haha. Syempre, sila 'yong nasa klase that time. Mayabang siya kapag nasa outside ng class. Kapag kasama niya ang mga friends niya, out of nowhere tatawagin niya ang name ko at mang-aasar. Eventually, he was able to get my name on a very funny incident. Since then, ayon nga titigan begins.
Naging magkapitbahay pa kami. And my childish heart thought it is something magical. Like, out of all the people, magiging kapit-bahay ko siya? Eventually, I fell in love with him. 'Yon talaga ang term kasi since freshmen until senior year, ang pagkagusto ko sa kanya. But no one ever confirmed the feeling. Naging tuksuhan lang siya ng mga friends namin, even neighbors. But no one confirmed nor deny the feeling. Haha.
Last news about him was he became a dad and married a woman I don't know. I'm happy for him. I hope the baby got his beautiful brown round eyes. 😊

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فاكر المواد الي خدتها في الكليه ولا ميح بعد التخرج 😂😂

لا فاكرة كل مواد القسم بتاعي بس مش فاكرة كل المواد اللي اخدتها قبل ما نتخصص
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How many hugs do you need each day?

FaaizAli’s Profile PhotoFaaiz Ali.
Holding hands and hugs has to be the most wholesome forms of physical affection. I love hugs. I get none on a daily basis, (unless I’m meeting my friends) and I’m pretty sure I read somewhere; “you need 4-12 hugs a day. More is better than less.” It’s science backed, just by the way. 🌚

Why do these young shooters keep committing mass murder? What characteristic do they all share? What is going on here, and why can we not even discuss it?

The shooters, the mass murderers, even most of the terrorists, and essentially all violent criminals (plus many drugs addicts and a majority of the homeless) share this one quality: they are all fatherless.
And no, fatherlessness is not intractable. These destructive and self-destructive adolescents are not victims of impersonal forces that defy remedy — still less of "irresponsible" fathers who "abandon" them, as the political class invariably reports without evidence. These falsehoods provide the politicians with excuses to throw up their hands in despair or devise useless, self-serving programs that actually make the problem worse. The shooters are the products of government policies that intentionally remove children from their fathers and proliferate single-mother homes. They are the offspring of the two hatcheries that breed fatherless children: the welfare state and the divorce industry.
The social science is unequivocal. Virtually every major social pathology can be laid at the door of fatherless homes and communities — not race, not poverty. Single parent homes. That means crime, truancy, addiction, and more single parents.
If conservatives do not like the liberals' explanations and solutions for the shootings (gun control) — and they should not — they had better come up with their own, and it had better be something more plausible than ever more incarceration. Sometimes the left and right seem to compete (or collude) in seeing who can devise the most authoritarian punishments, rather than face reality and accept the only solutions.
Conservatives do have a better explanation readily at hand — the only one. It is a stock conservative platitude that family breakdown will mean civilizational breakdown. Yet now that it is happening, they ignore the fulfillment of their own prophecies. Instead, they enact pointless programs designed by the liberals: fatherhood and marriage "promotion," psychotherapy, child support enforcement, and other make-work for functionaries.
Why? Because "fatherhood" and "pro-family" groups also make money on these programs that do more harm than good. Because Republican lawyers (including "Christian" ones) amass huge sums looting families through divorce. Because conservative leaders fear feminists and lack the spine to stand up to them. Because vast powers accrue to judicial operators, including Republican ones, as the divorce juggernaut systematically rolls over every limitation on expanding judicial power.
Fatherlessness is not insoluble, and neither is mass violence. They can be overcome, but not on the cheap. We must summon the courage to confront the divorce and welfare lobbies, especially within the Republican Party. The multiple excuses we devise is the proof that so far we lack the courage even to discuss it. - Stephen Baskerville

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Is God real? I know everyone is going to debate this from their own religious books, or science books. But doubt is key to knowledge.

> But doubt is key to knowledge.
An excellent point and I could not agree more. To answer the question, we must first define who / what "God" is. A benevolent or omnipresent deity? An extraterrestrial being who has manipulated our DNA? A universal consciousness? A higher intelligence - perhaps something which is beyond our current limitations? Theories abound but in the absence of irrefutable evidence, I'm afraid that we cannot arrive at any conclusions and you are correct in your assessment. If I may share a personal perspective, I am inclined to follow Tesla's path:
Is God real I know everyone is going to debate this from their own religious

What is the best thing or high point of your week so far? (even if it's something small like taking a bath etc).

LouisaRHale’s Profile PhotoLou
I only just got back from two weeks holiday at the beginning of this week so I've been doing very little, although I did have a good day out in London yesterday. That included an exhibition at Japan House, two tours in the V&A museum, an art gallery, an astrophysics lecture, a sleep/circadian lecture, a talk on novel cancer drugs and other activities at the Science Museum late night event.
For the next 5 days I'm staying at my parents and going to 6 concerts with about a dozen friends. I'm just about to head into town to meet a few of them for a curry.

I'm going to bed soon. I'm going to do something right crazy before -big time crazy-, eat one mini baby bell. i'm not hungry, it's for science purposes only. What sort of dreams will i have?

Math_Blink’s Profile Photomath
You will dream you are buried alive . . . . in your coffin !
But no worries, you've got one of those Victorian bells , attached to your toe by a cord, so you can alert a passerby that you're still alive & get dug up !
Only thing, it's a mini baby bell . . . . & it has no clapper . . . so it can't ring . . . .
Im going to bed soon Im going to do something right crazy before big time crazy

Do you tend to remember your dreams? Maybe give an example of one you've had recently or that was particularly memorable? 😴💭

TobbeAsks’s Profile PhotoTobbe
I remember most of my dreams.
Last night I had a dream I was in the show East Bound & Down but it was a mesh of Westworld as well, & I was trying to convince Kenny Powers that we are being controlled for some science experiment 😂
Do you tend to remember your dreams Maybe give an example of one youve had

Have you ever been punished for something you didn’t do?

iWillSpamYouAsk’s Profile PhotoSpam Ask
I had a science teacher that did not like me and openly admitted that and I used to get the blame for every sound made in lessons even when it wasn’t me. One of those times I protested and got sent to the isolation building 😒

Can America be saved?

I have my doubts.
Too many Americans are complacent and believe everything they hear on CNN and MSBNC. In the end, most people believe what they want to believe no matter what the evidence says or what science says or even what common sense should dictate. For example, I know people who still believe Trump conspired with Putin and who also believe that Trump killed more people than Hitler even though their is zero evidence to support such outrageous claims.
How is it possible to save America when we have so many dimwits allowed to vote and effectively destroy our constitutional republic because of their ignorance of history and lack of understanding of domestic policy and foreign affairs?
America is still a super power but it's influence in the world is in an obvious state of decline and it's federal government is both corrupt and evil.

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If you were to make a big art piece, what would you make, what style would it be in etc?

LouisaRHale’s Profile PhotoLou
Talking of big art pieces, I was here today, at the Angel of the North. I think I'd probably make some sort of big metal structure too, that was engineering or science related, but preferably something that actually did something, eg a clock or sundial maybe.
If you were to make a big art piece what would you make what style would it be

anon, they're literally trying to take away women's rights. america is gradually regressing back to a time when women didn't even have the right to vote. wtf are you talking about? "have it easy" are you ok lmao

I'm safely assuming they're not from the states so may not know about it as much....but yes, this 1000%.
Old white men are trying to control women & their bodies. Trying to force women (and young females in general) to carry a pregnancy to term, care for that unwanted child, etc. then not even help the women/young lady's when they need it to care for the child they were forced to birth....all while basing this incredibly vile & stupid act saying it "saves lives" (which is wrong af) basing it all off of their RELIGIOUS beliefs instead of actually using science.

What was / is your favourite science at school? Chemistry Biology or Physics?

My favourite was throwing paper balls at mr Julien and getting sent out or the time I accidentally got glycerin in my mouth and tried to wipe it onto my jumper whilst hiding but the teacher found me and asked me what I was doing down under the table 😂

Say humanity makes first contact with an alien species. What do you show them about our planet first?

DionysusArius’s Profile PhotoMerecastøl
Tbh..Why we (humanity, not earth in its entirity) deserve to be extinct lol. All the ways we're destroying the planet, how we're constantly at war with each other, animal cruelty, etc etc etc. I'd also probably tell them to keep on the down-low bc imo the first thing humanity would almost definitely try to do, is ✨️unalive✨️ the alien and study its cxrpse for "science"

If life is so short, why do we do so many things we don’t like and like so many things we don’t do?

Ayeman_Shabbir’s Profile PhotoAyeman
Because of fear. People are significantly coward. You know the the science behind ragging culture, bullying, etc? You see two people making the whole class scared and telling them to perform circus. And the group of people do what they say. While actually they can beat those two bullies but they don't. They fear them instead. That's how stupid are people.
Jo Allah se nahi darta na ya usay nahi consider karta wo har cheez se phir darta hai.

Une fois décédé/e pensez-vous donner votre corps à la science?

LaurelyneQG’s Profile PhotoLᥱ⳽ QG⳽ ᑯᥱ LᥲᥙɾᥱꙆყᥒᥱ ☆
Je ne sais pas du tout,étant vivante actuellement c’est gênant mdr, mais quand je ne serais plus de ce monde je m’en rendrais pas compte mais je ne sais pas du tout en toute honnêteté.. Je pense par respect qu’on me foute la paix, mais si ça peut aider pour des choses révolutionaires, à méditer.. .-.

jakie filmy lub seriale lubisz?

akcji, dramaty, science fiction, katastroficzne, kryminały, thrillery
Moje ulubione seriale to Wikingowie, Upadek Królestwa, Tabu, Mindhunter, Peaky Blinders, Suits, Wataha, Orphan Black, Breaking bad, House of cards, Kości, Punisher, The walking dead, Mr. Robot, Wiedźmin
A filmy z takiej topki to na przykład Leon Zawodowiec, Siedem, Szósty zmysł, Matrix, Pulp Fiction, cała seria z Hannibalem, Skazani na Shawshank, Skazany na piekło, Labirynt, Plan ucieczki, Joker, Podziemny krąg, Lęk pierwotny, Rozgrywka, ogólnie uwielbiam filmy z Edwardem Nortonem, seria Mission Impossible, filmy Marvela

What do you think of A.I. (Artificial Intelligence)? Scary or amazing? 🤖

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I think it’s both. I think it’s incredible in terms of making quantum leaps within science, but I think it’s scary about how that knowledge can be mishandled and used to cause a lot of damage, in the wrong hands. Maybe I’ve just read too much Dan Brown, who knows 😆

e confusing ca nimeni nu explica pe intelesul "la" tot prostu' ca mine. gen un site scrie ca daca ai venituri lunare de 2000 de euro esti "mid class" iar peste 2000 esti peste medie.

E vorba despre definitii in sine:)) Daca e sa cauti definitia pentru middle class, e intre upper and working classes, iar upper middle de ex is aia higher status dintre cei care s the middle class, it's not rocket science. Majoritatea in ziua de azi sunt middle class, gen corporatistii obositi. Oricum, fuck sociology<3

الانسان يعمل اي ف الفيزيا ؟

الفيزياء من أجمل وأحلى العلوم اللي ممكن الواحد يدرسها_ يمكن من وجهه نظري _ أنا أثناء دراستي في الكلية كنت بجيب textbooks أو مراجع كامله ليها وتعمقت فيها إلى حد كبير والمناسبة إننا عدينا على دراستها أثناء الكلية وجبت فيها A+ هي والcomputer science تحسني مش مديه خالص على صيدله😂😂، في الأخر هي كده الفيزيا تحب اللي يحبها واللي ميحبهاش تزعل وتشحوره😅..فلو مضطر تدرسها؛حبها من قلبك بصوت كريم عبدالعزيز في الباشا تلميذ 😄

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