The Chinese could conscript a rediculous number of people, so in terms of manpower, advantage China. On the sea, America is practically untouchable. Twice the number of aircraft carriers than all the countires in the world combined. You can look at stats all day, but my opinion is that if it actually did come to war, it would most likely end up in stalemate. China and the US are just way too big to be "conquered" by one country alone.
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Let's say you were in a collapsing jail and for some reason or another your mother, your best friend, and the girl/guy of your dreams had all been unjustly incarcerated, in separate cells. Let's also say you could only acquire one key to release only one of the previously mentioned people to save that person from death in the crumbling building. Who would you release?
And yes this based off a line in 16 Blocks.
I have recently heard about "lucid" dreaming, the ability to know you are dreaming while you are actually dreaming, allowing you to manipulate the alternate reality of your dream world to whatever it is you want. I've heard it to be used for several different reasons such as to stop nightmares, conquer fears in a controlled environment, and expand creative thinking. Can anyone here actually make their dreams "lucid"? If so, how were you able to learn and what is the experience like?
This isn't another topic to bash atheist ideologies or to support them. I have recently had serious doubts about my own religion, Roman Catholicism, and about religion in general. In my time on Gamespot, I've noticed a pretty big atheist community, so I was hoping someone could help me out on this question.The one question that I can never seem to get around logically is the Big Bang, or the creation of the world. I was wondering what atheists thought about the questions of: Where did the universe as we know it come from? How did something come from nothing? At this point I just wanted some input to see how I may or may not change my beliefs. Thanks for your help in advance
Yes, I'm proud to be an American. Nowhere else in the world I'd rather be. Sure we are the self-appointed police of the world, but name one superpower who never flexed a muscle. Certainly not Rome. Definately not the Soviet Union, nor Nepoleon's France, nor England for a good amount of time. The dominating practices of my country do not bother me because it happens to every country or man with a little bit more strength than anyone else. This point is inarguable.