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Flipside Discussion / Re: Chapter 54: Discussion
« Last post by bulmabriefs144 on January 10, 2020, 04:53:16 am »
I can be calm about all things... except the fact that when my parents die, I'll probably be making well below minimum wage and still not have a significant other.
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Flipside Discussion / Re: Chapter 54: Discussion
« Last post by SirBananaPie on January 08, 2020, 07:43:56 am »
I want to be serene, too.
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Flipside Discussion / Re: Chapter 54: Discussion
« Last post by bulmabriefs144 on December 30, 2019, 11:32:21 am »
Considering the last intermission was spent doing just that, this is a bit too meta.
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Flipside Discussion / Re: Chapter 54: Discussion
« Last post by weirdguy on December 19, 2019, 06:40:51 pm »
The thing about brain surgery, even magical brain surgery, is that it doesn't get undone simply because you turned off the thing that did it.
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Flipside Discussion / Re: Chapter 54: Discussion
« Last post by sunphoenix on December 19, 2019, 03:08:58 am »
OH SNAP!!!  :o
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Flipside Discussion / Re: Is water that isn't wet...?
« Last post by sunphoenix on December 16, 2019, 08:35:34 pm »
I think a better question is ... what makes water 'wet'?  What is 'wet'?

Wet 'seems' by most to mean ~ "The physical property wereby undisappated water tends to drench or make damp an object or person."

So.. how does water do that?  Water is H2O, 2 hydrogen atoms bonded to a singular Oxygen atom.  This is a substance that has a very positive charge on one side and a very negative charge on the other, on a molecular scale.  This charge allows water to disolve many solids eventually... either through oxydation or...  Hmmm.. I'm not sure what the other side of that would be called?

But in any case, this is molecularly achieved through bonding its valence electrons with other atoms valence electrons.

So this is just pure conjecture but if water were not wet... it would seem to me all it charges had been neutralized by all of its valence electrons being filled with existing bonds. 

So perhaps when water is made 'not wet' its the Qualia that have bonded with all of the valence electrons and have neutralized water's charge... making it a kind of 'noble liquid' that does not bond or cannot give up its valence electrons?

I think if you drank it ~ you would get sick... as your body would NOT be able to metabolize it.  Hopefully, when it came in contact with the HCL {Hydrocloric Acid} in your stomach there would not be a violent reaction!  If your lucky, your body would just reject it and you'd have runny bowels until it was all purged from your system. 

If it still proved to be semi-permeable through your cell membranes and capillaries in your blood-stream.. filling your body with a foreign substance you could not purge nor metabolically breakdown because it does not react or combine/bond with anything could horribly poison you fatally!

'shrug'
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Flipside Discussion / Re: Chapter 54: Discussion
« Last post by SAGG on December 15, 2019, 02:09:19 am »
Why does what Regina just said make me feel a tad uncomfortable? 🤨 She SHOULD care about herself.... 🤔
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Flipside Discussion / Re: Chapter 54: Discussion
« Last post by sunphoenix on December 14, 2019, 09:50:56 am »
I get your feeling ...and part of me is hoping Suspiria is inside Regina.. and part of me is also dreading it! lol!

And yes she is practically waiting on Crest to make the move!  Even just a tender kiss would be nice...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yXQViqx6GMY
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Flipside Discussion / Re: Is water that isn't wet...?
« Last post by SirBananaPie on December 12, 2019, 04:12:32 am »
I thought about the implications of not wet water for a while, too, including things like:

  • What happens if you drink it? Does the magic disappear and make it wet again?
  • What happens if you spit into it or cry or pee or whatever?
  • Which part of the water is dry? Only the water molecules? Would dirt or salt still stick to you? It's like those questions from that song Particle Man: If he's under water does he get wet? Or does the water get him instead

But ultimately I decided that there's no need to bother about it, because this world has magic and we've seen quite a lot of weirder things already, what with Dark Cell and the Pit, but also Bern's new swords or floating rocks or literally anything about Mary.

Dry water is simply in that uncanny valley that make us feel more uncomfortable than magical barriers or various elemental spells like what Suspiria used in her first fight against Mary.
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Flipside Discussion / Re: Chapter 54: Discussion
« Last post by SirBananaPie on December 12, 2019, 04:01:00 am »
Oh boy, these last two pages slowly start to add some creepiness into this atmosphere. I.e. "Suspiria might be inside of Regina"-like creepiness. I mean
1. Regina isn't actually certain about her feelings towards Crest.
2. She doesn't feel the need to worry about "being careful" anymore.

Especially the 2nd point is something a being would think after having gone through a phase where she could massively alter reality with nothing but a thought.
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