Wednesday, May 22, 2013

big questions

Here's the list:
  1. How do movie writers that write about scary stories think of those freaky things.  For example, the human centepede sic and shows where they have ideas that no one in their right mind could think about.  My question is how is that possible without being mentally ill or crazy?
  2. One of my big questions would be, and when I ask this, I ask to everyone: Are you sad?  Are you sad that you will never truly know yourself and the people around you?  Life will go on and in a couple years we won't be thought of anymore.  Unless you do something memorable.  Are you sad that nothing in your life will ever actually matter because in the end we will all die?
  3. My Big Question is, Are there really mermaids in the ocean?  I watched this documentary about how the government set off a nuclear bomb in the ocean and killed a lot of species and found bodies of mermaids and covered it up.
  4. Do you have to live in a big city to be a forensic psychologist?
  5. Do shrinks go crazy because they listen to other people's problems and do they even care about the people?  In movies all they say is "How does that make you feel?"
  6. How did Osama Bin Laden and the rest of Al Quaeda get through the airport security and on planes on 9/11?
  7. Is there a true right answer to everything?
  8. How was Earth created?
  9. What would we do if all of a sudden technology disappeared?
  10. How would the world be without the Internet?
  11. Why do people believe in so many religions and try so hard to prove others wrong when neither of them are right?
  12. Do psychologists really, truly, and genuinely understand what you're going through, do they actually know how to help or are they just types of social workers who abide by all rules given to help?  Do they want to go out of their way to help you feel better?  Who made the coping skills and why do they assume they'll work?
  13. Why? Who? How? Where? When?
  14. How do earphones work with all those wires connecting to make noise?  How did house music/electronic music make all those unique noises synch into music?  I want to make music as well.
  15. Can marijuana increase your IQ and overall health?
  16. Why does our body show sudden ticks or movements that reveal how we feel?
  17. Is there life out there besides Earth?
  18. How many people in the world are actually unique?  How many people in the world have someone in the world with the same personality, or characteristics, or humor, or past-- and doesn't even know the person who is like them.  I came up with this question because one day I was talking to my friend about twins.  There is that saying that everyone has a twin.  Me and my friend both were actually born twins so we were wondering does that mean that we do not have another twin in the world?  Is that saying that everyone has a twin true?  Is anyone in the world the same?  These questions bother me, because there are so many people in the world that you may think how could there not be someone like you because there are so many mixes of personality traits, pasts, etc. that how could anyone else have the same mixture. Is there another world, or some sort of life form besides ours?  If we are only one galaxy within a universe it seems completely possible.  Although we would not be able to ever know for sure, and the Bible does not refer to any other world.
  19. How can you tell if someone's insane or just really creative?  What are the qualifications to be insane?  Aren't we all a little crazy in our own way?
  20. What inspires people to make war not love?
  21. What time is it?
  22. How did people think to smoke plants to feel relaxing effects?
  23. What makes us attractive to others?
  24. For the people who thought that the world was going to end: How many of you did really stupid or crazy stuff?
  25. Does Bigfoot exist?
  26. Why are humans so curious?
  27. Why do humans need interaction?
  28. Why am I the person I am?  Do I have a purpose in life?  Was I created to affect the world in a good way, a bad way or nothing at all?
  29. Why is the world so stupid?
  30. Why do creationists think they're right despite all of science telling them they're wrong?
  31. What happens when you die?
  32. What will I accomplish in life?  Will it have to do with work or something totally different?
  33. Are video games good for us?
  34. Why do people make stupid decisions?  How do people make decisions?
  35. What force of nature controls how the world works?
  36. If we were to face the end of the world, how would it take place?
  37. Do you think the world will make better choices to stop global warming or will it just get worse?
  38. How long will society keep advancing?
  39. What makes people so complex?
  40. How can I excel in swimming to become faster than I already am?
  41. Who can determine what's perfect, who can determine what's wrong?  Can you say my handwriting is horrible?  Can someone have a perfect life?  People believe a mirror is perfectly smooth.  But scientists can tell it is full of bumps.  My real question is, who was the first person to define the word perfect?  Everywhere you look whatever it is television or a magazine.  Their people telling you what perfect looks like, feels like, or what perfect is.  Is being perfect means you're a saint?  Or a killer if you are in the army?  What is perfect?
  42. What's your passion?  What role does it play in your life?
  43. "Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me."  How do other people's words affect you?  Has anyone's words ever inspired any of your life's choices?
  44. What is your outlook on the Big Bang theory?
  45. What's your favorite childhood memory and why?
  46. Could Batman defeat Spiderman in hand-to-hand combat?
  47. Why can't people get along and treat each other as one?  Why do we have to judge people and make them feel crappy and insecure, instead of happy and in love with who they are?
  48. How come we form mouths if our belly buttons already serve as one in the womb?
  49. What's going to happen with Obama becoming president for a second term?
  50. Why do the people of our world not worry about our world and live their lives without even looking at how fast it goes by?
  51. What is going to happen to the world?
  52. Why are people so fast to point fingers and blame someone when something goes wrong?
  53. Will I fail in life?
  54. Will I go through with what I want to do in life?
  55. Do I really need to go to a university or expensive college rather than a state or community college to have a successful career later in life?
  56. Why can't we fly?  Are there real superheroes?
  57. What's at the bottom of the ocean?
  58. How big is space?  Are there other planets like Earth?
  59. Are there aliens?
  60. Why can't we remember our dreams?
  61. What happens after you die?
  62. Why do people die?  What would it be like if no one died?
  63. Why can't I just be happy with myself?
  64. Where will my life be in three years?
  65. What makes color so appealing to the human eye?
  66. What is a nightmare?
  67. What is the meaning of life?  Why are we here today?
  68. What causes people to go crazy?
  69. How are rainbows created?
  70. Me and Diego were talking about what the meaning of life is, and we narrowed it down to one question.  Who defines what's right and what's wrong?  Now taken at face value, that wounds like the cliche question theists and atheists have been talking about for centuries, but really it opens a plethora of ideas.
  71. Why do we have these English words?  Are they slang from French and Old English?  Why did some words get chosen for certain subjects/objects?
  72. What is going to happen with technology and the Internet in the future?
  73. How many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop?
  74. How do people train horses and get them to do tricks?
  75. If you find a baby cow, and you have no idea how old they are, how do you tell?
  76. Why do people not take things seriously?
  77. Around what time does the narwhal bacon?
  78. How does our brain work, how does it think, how does it keep memory inside and how does it distinguish one thing from another?
  79. How do black holes work and how long do they last?
  80. Why are we instantly negative about everything?
  81. Why do we all tend to take life for granted?

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