"E_net4" said:Firstly, I said that it'd be the same for us who live on Earth, which we sometimes refer to as "the world". Of COURSE it would NOT be the same for the rest of the habitants in this particular universe.
"Grim Reaper" said:And THEN you think you're smart! Are we all individual!??
"E_net4" said:For us, the end of the world would be quite the same as the end of the universe, seeing how both cases would result in the eradication of the human race, which, funny enough, includes us forumers.
"Grim Reaper" said:Howsabout the end of the Universe?!?
"E_net4" said:Howsabout the end of the world?
I wasnt expecting anything. I wish people could somewhat make more sense of my posts.
GTA is already on the TI-89: <!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://www.ticalc.org/pub/89/basic/games/gta89.zip">http://www.ticalc.org/pub/89/basic/games/gta89.zip</a><!-- m -->.
Violence for calculators! GAH!
What could be worse!?!?
There might be any other life form in other galaxies. And there might be someone who actually cares about all the existance!
And as it's your fault that this got Offtopic, you shall put it Ontopic again.
In same manner, whether you'd kill only one person, or the aforementioned person AND everyone else in the same room would have little to no difference for that one person, seeing as he'd be dead in either case.
In a more on-topic note, I've been having fun with the number 23, which is quite an important number for Discordians (dunno who/what they are? Search Wiki and/or Google for Discordianism), and only a step away from the number which they consider to be holy (i.e. 5). As a silly coincidence, the number of times one must use the number 23 to make a calculation with the result being 42 is the EXACT SAME as one must stack 10s to form the binary equivalent of 42.