ok_corey1 karma2019-10-29 17:54:18 UTC
Maybe nothing is wrong with the kids, only the institutions established that keep repressing an age of growth and generation: constantly having to conform to a system that doesn't even guarantee success. That doesn't even ensure having significance in the world. If you were aware of the fact that all your life would add up to is being forced into a machine just to essentially work until retirement and die, essentially work at a desk job having no real impact because of the circumstances begotten unto you, essentially live a meaningless existence; if you were aware of that prior to anything happening would you feel depressed and empty? Would you feel unfulfilled. Of course that isn't the case for you because you are in a good position that has a good impact. For me, I'm currently studying Engineering Physics, which has opened many doors. However it wasn't until I had those doors opened that I truly started not worrying and feeling secure and no longer empty and frantic. For most average young adults, their sense of self worth is so minimal that they won't even attempt to chase their dreams. Maybe in the psychiatrist's being so interested in analyzing the complex supercomputer called the human mind: a problem that never existed was made into a reality. These drugs have affects, those being suicidal thoughts and behavior, Manic behavior, Delusions. Maybe if this information regarding how the human mind operated wasn't kept such a secret: there wouldn't be a problem. People, even the most lowest IQ, would have an understanding of why they behave and how it manifests on a neurochemical scale that is so closely intertwined to epigenetics and nurture. However that would obviously put you and many other Doctors that worked hard to PAY for school and LEARN from it out of BUISNESS. Until it is realized that genetics form the brain and it's natural neural pathways, circumstances either allow that or alter that, and life choices such as drinking, smoking, drug abuse/use(psychiatric drugs are no different, just more filtered) have an affect on what is "unlocked" in the mind. It isn't that hard. It's only hard when you get convoluted with all the technicalities.
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ok_corey1 karma2019-10-25 18:59:47 UTC
Will uncovering the behavior and existence of dark matter allow us to find its supersymetrical counterpart? Potentially leading to new sources of fuel and energy?
ok_corey1 karma2019-10-25 19:16:47 UTC
Yes of course, correct me if I'm mistaken but is that the essence of Quantum Chromo Dynamics? Is it theorized that potentially dark matter and it's supersymetrical makeup exists within one of the 11 theorized dimensions of M-theory? Kinda like entangled with it?
I've personally done extensive research on the Higgs Boson, Superstring theory, and what the LHC is doing to experiment for uncovering a well defined theory of Quantum Gravity , and all of this is too fascinating not to ask. Forgive me if I sound arrogant, I just would really like to understand what you can say without giving it all away hahaha.
ok_corey1 karma2019-10-25 19:33:53 UTC
It shouldn't, but for social and economic reasons it is...
At least here in America. Don't know how the market operates for other nations. I wish you the best of luck Ken, I dream to one day be apart of something as brilliant and noble as your research.
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