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Emoticomic: 67% by DanVzare Emoticomic: 67% by DanVzare
Yeah, Gurp was hanging on the ceiling for a whole week just to make that retort.

Also, I'm up to 70 :woohoo:
Next week, I'm wanting to do another comic based on "waiting" because I've gotten a great idea for it.

Last but not least, don't forget to check out the other Emoticomics here:
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Obelis Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist

It's scary to have Gurp as a friend. You can never know from which corner he is stalking you. 

Somebody found a good answer to the "half full, half empty" question. :giggle: Going it to use the next time someone asks me!
Osakadows Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
No it is full.  Oxygen is worth taking into account since we need it to survive right? :3
DanVzare Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013
I can't believe that I've never actually thought of it that way, and I usually think of things in that way.
I am defintely going to remember that one.
Osakadows Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Good.  :)
I think that way by default as well.
DanVzare Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013
I usually just think that nothing is exactly half, and for it to be half full, you need to full it up half way, and for it to be half empty, you need to empty it half way. But saying it's always full, since it's technically full of air, is by far the most realistic and correct point of view.
Yeah, I've got a lot of free time to think of this kind of crap.
Osakadows Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Ether way saying it is half empty it would require a nothing to be there. So far a nothing i unknown, even a vacuum could be considered something depending on how you view it.
DanVzare Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013
Well, techincally there's nothing inbetween every single proton and electron (or strings if you go further down).
"Nothing" is infinite, it was here before the universe and it'll be here after.
In a universe where everything is finite, even time, nothingness is the only thing that is infinte.

A vaccum isn't nothing, but like everything else, it contains nothing.

Or at least that's the way I understand it. Don't quote me on any of that though, because I'm defenitely no expert.
Osakadows Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Well you are correct for most of it at the very least.
Currently string theory is in deep trouble since a lot of models where broken down since the Hadron collider has started pumping out results.

That said, nothingness could me finite, we have models that if matter is spread to thin it could cause massive problems for the basic laws of nature. To many "nothing".
Though granted as it stands it is assumed this is not the case.

As for your closing statement, not being a expert it reminded me of a interesting notion made by a lot of highly intelligent scholars and scientists.
"It takes great knowledge, to understand how little knowledge you posses."
"The more you know, the more you realise how little you know."
"I learn only to realise i have much more to learn."

Sadly i can't put the names on it, since i am lucky to remember my own at times. (I blame my autism, though it is not a symptom i still do.)

Is it safe for me to assume you have a scientific or knowledge hungry mindset by the way?
DanVzare Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2013
I like that quote :D
And yes, I really like learning all I can about science. It's fun to learn how things work. What about you, are you hungry for knowledge?
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