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1 Science in Fantasy on Thu Apr 07 2016, 17:43

Appears out of nowhere beyond all science and ability to explain said occurrence cause he won't explain.

Okay, one thing I really get annoyed by, is science in fantasy. Okay, so for one, you might have a degree in biological organism on a amoeba scale. However, some of us have no idea what you are on about, yes it may seem ignorant and yes, it can be.

However, let's take this down to a realistic scale, not everyone will have a damn clue what you are on about. Like let's pick someone here, who has no idea about PC's, I go on about the RAM, VRAM, Internal and Central Processing and how these transfer data electronically, via current and digital pulses.

You have no idea what I am on about, okay so, if you want to stick a hundred lines of science based rubbish, that can be simply explained with MAGIC, GOD DAMN IT! MAGIC PEOPLE, WE ARE IN GOD DAMN FANTASY! So, let me keep this simple... USE MAGIC TO DESCRIBE SCEINCE! We have the ability to do so, I am not asking for your essay on ionised gasses.

You will get nowhere with me, in a spar by using science, because I will simply ask you to rephrase it with simpler terminology. I respect science as it is, however, I am not a scientist, I enjoy chemicals yes, and I know tensions and such. However, when you go into this horribly over detailed stuff that makes no sense to me, it's pretty much like trying to get a monkey to read a book!

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