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[31 Jan 2008|08:30pm]
never go on this anymore FYI in case you took a wrong turn on the way to atmosphere_.
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[30 May 2006|12:04pm]
a thought i've had for awhile:

so we humans have five senses, yes? and sensory organs that correspond these particular senses, yes? and evolution has seen fit to give us these sensory organs in order for us to survive and function on earth, yes?

assuming this, let's think about 'extra-terrestrials'. ie, living forms on other planets. these planets could have entirely different conditions, and assuming these extra-terrestrial life forms also experienced evolution, they would evolve in order for them to function in their habitat (and for the sake of making my point i will assume this habitat is entirely different from ours). and this habitat being entirely different than ours, perhaps they would evolve with different entirely different sensory organs from ours, enabling them to survive in their particular environment.

which brings me to my main point. are senses limited only by sensory organs? what i mean by this is, we know that there is sound because we have ears, we know that there is odour because we have a nose, but is it possible there are other senses we don't know about/can't experience, purely because we haven't developed the appropriate sensory organs?

and if we did come in contact with these supposed (i must stress this supposed, because all of this is assumption) extra terrestrials, would communication even be possible? it could be like trying to talk to deaf person, or sign to a blind person. or perhaps they could introduce us to other senses, and we them.

anyway, this is all a bit sensational. feel free to disagree.
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i kept thinking of you and almost walking into lamposts [14 May 2006|03:05pm]
i was only about eleven when this happened. we were living in a big block of flats with a central courtyard. all the bedroom windows opened onto this court, and sometimes in the middle of the night, in that building it sounded like a mass orgy.
i may have only been eleven, but no-one had to tell me what all that moaning and yelling was about. i'd lie there mesmerised, listening to the first couple. invariably, they'd wake up other couples, and like some kind of chain reaction, within minutes the whole building was fucking.

i mean, have you ever heard other people fucking, and really enjoying it?
it's a marvellous sound. not like in the movies. when it's real, it's such a happy, exciting sound.
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[05 May 2006|09:45pm]

ANONYMOUS. say anything, anonymously.

it could be a detailed essay on why shoegaze truly is the music genre of the gods, a critical analysis of a fellow lj-er, a hymn to the postal service, a list of reasons why sophie nicholas is an idiot and should shut up, a deep dark secret, a confession of a secret love, anything. anything.

vent yr collective spleens.

it's public so those not on flist can have a go too.
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[24 Aug 2005|06:23pm]
6 reasons why brett anderson is more feminine than any woman could ever hope to be.Collapse )
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[09 Aug 2005|10:20pm]
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but say something vaguely interesting and i just might add you.
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