Or if your a TTGL fan, the anti-spirals winning. And I have always thought of immortality as 'staying the same' , though the Ristaccia doesn't seem to want things to stay the same often times it acts as a catalysis for change.
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Though we don't really know how Joah and the Ristaccia are connected or the purpose of the latter. I really can't wait to find out, or atleast get more information about this area of the story. Also another thing that was pointed out in the bemanistyle forums was that L'erisia's name seemed similar to Eris the goddess of chaos. I'm not sure if that was Zektbach's intention or not, though.
I personally see the idea of immortality in two different ways.
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Now, these ideas may seem similar at first, and it is possible for both to co-exist, they are very different. The former, as Sigma said, is basically a complete stop. There can be no growth, whether it be physical or emotional, resulting in a complete dead-end in an evolutionary line. To me, this seems like the exact opposite of whomever started, and whomever currently runs Project Ouroboros.
Whereas the latter idea would seem to appeal to them on a broader scale. Being unable to die by any means would make the possibilities virtually limitless for whomever completes the project. Also, where in the former everything would become more limited by the inability to grow past whatever point in time they became immortalized in, in the latter, the capability for physical and emotional growth has basically been increased ten-fold by the sheer longevity that their immortality would bring them.
In reference to the name Ouroboros. It is known that the symbol of the Ouroboros is a snake wrapped in a circle and biting its own tail. This very image captures the idea of immortality in and of itself. A circle has no end, and through time, the beginning is blurred as you continue to go round and round.
A continuous cycle that has no end.
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The snake also captures the image of immortality. Like most reptiles, the snake is able to shed its old skin for a new one. While it isn't immortality as has been described, it shows a cycle of rebirth. As the old skin decays and withers, a new one is grown to take its place. Wow, this topic is getting excellent responses, it's making me think about what it means to be immortal, and what exactly the project is trying to achieve Oh, lemishie, I think you might be on to something with what you said about a dying Earth, it reminded me of something I attempted to translate, two things that Timothy Bygott wrote, especially the first one If anyone can make any corrections, please do!
In regards to them, needless to say, we are humanity. Though the first part confuses me, when I hear angel, I immediately think L'erisia, what does it all mean?
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That is over time due to misrecognition and malfunction that awakened, unexpected byproducts were produced. The byproduct soon dazzled humanity, this itself in order to be brought to life evolved.
Due to that effect, acted as? I, with father after this was completely destroyed after we completely destroyed this,?? That person no longer exists only as data inside this small box. And what is this about him and his father destroying something?
His father must be Augustine Bygott I would think, who is the guy who said "Enough of it. It's time to put an end to this. We need no more heroes. Transcendental being is not necessary at all. If we human want to become immortal, the elite genes must first be sealed off. Because she is data, right??
About the text of Lorentz Auenmuller, for me the affirmative that everything has always existed and will always exist, with an example by the numbers, shows something that Tomosuke Funaki probably had contact in his biology studies: the internalist vision of nature, present in science and helped a little by psychology and philosophy.
According to the internalist scientists, there is a logic behind the natural phenomena, and the goal of the scientist is to reach or discover the nature's truth by reproducing and observing passively what is already given to world. That gains a reinforce in psychology because in this science field there's a theory that we don't experience the real, what means that our senses don't capture reality itself, more or less like Auenmuller says in the text.
An example: if you look at a chair, you are not seeing the chair, but a possibility of the chair. If you change your point of view, then you see another possibility of this chair. Of course many philosophers in past and present walk in the same line of thinking, and many natural sciences' researches and teaching programs in schools and universities part from this vision, consciously or not, as well as scientists and students.
Tomosuke must know the internalist theory, or maybe even believe it.
I studied that in the discipline History of Science in the past semester of my History graduation, and I can't help but think in all that when Auenmuller says that, in other words, his society experienced an exaggeratedly interpreted illusion because humanity has undone the eternal nature of things by tracing origins and ends. And when it's said somewhere that humanity can't reach immortality, when Joah re creates L'erisia and restarts the world, it seems like to say that internalism fails.
It's interesting when Timothy Bygott talks about data in a small box in the ending of the second excerpt of text that Ido brought to us, because one of Joah's memos mentions a small hole in a matchbox in the road to Zeta, saying "Our answer is there". Accept Learn more and manage my choices Close and accept. Search Query. Display results as : Posts Topics. Advanced Search.
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