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Rating Orb Zok, Neutral Good Healer – joined 10 years ago If You Were the Ultimate Being...75.25.XXX.XXX6 years ago
If I had unlimited power, I... Would leave everything exactly as it is now. I don't think it's up to me to shape the world, or the universe... I think it's up to the people who live in it. There are so many trillions of organisms just on the planet we call home... Why should just one be more powerful than all the rest? I think that they should have the freedom to choose how they live and what they live for instead of having the purpose for their existence decided by something... *Beyond* them...
Besides, I think... This world is beautiful just the way it is. It doesn't need to be "remodeled" or anything, especially not based on my own whims. I think I could only screw up what we already have...
One thing I would enjoy about being the "ultimate being", though, would be infinite understanding. If I could go anywhere and see anything, I think... There wouldn't be anything I wouldn't know. And I would understand people, too, and all their feelings and desires and beauty... Yeah.
One thing I might actually do... If it doesn't exist already... And if it's possible... Is to make a home for everyone who's died and left the world. But instead of existing as individual physical beings, we'd just sort of merge together and... Everything would just *be*... And I think... That would be beautiful...
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Rating Orb Zok, Neutral Good Healer – joined 10 years ago Electricity Addiction75.25.XXX.XXX9 years ago
I agree completely. I was recently contemplating how humans are so dependent on machines and "energy" even though our species has survived without electricity for thousands of years. Depending on something unnecessary and unreliable may be the worst way to ensure our survival. An act of nature so common as a storm can leave us without electricity, and with the climate changes... That may happen rather often. I fear that electricity, though useful, is making us vulnerable to being without many of the common "necessities" that we take for granted. Food in the refrigerator would start to spoil! And what would we do if we're cold and don't have a heater?! These become larger issues than they should be, considering that, at one time, humans risked their lives to hunt prey and simply survive. That begs the question: what would we do if we lost all access to electricity to power our daily lives? How would we cope with this monumental change in lifestyle?

I'd like to add that this shows that although humans are intelligent... We are ridiculously unwise.
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Rating Orb Zok, Neutral Good Healer – joined 10 years ago A Challenge75.25.XXX.XXX9 years ago
Hm... Idiotness, that concept is interesting, but I'm afraid I can't quite comprehend two objects moving in opposite temporal directions... Also, I believe we've been able to produce antimatter, and I doubt it actually moved backwards in time... Though, I really don't know the specifics! And I have absolutely no idea how electric charges in differently sized particles are relevant to movement through time!

Cipher, thank you for writing that detailed account of the solution. And, to clarify the wording issue, I meant that the frame had four separate indentations that the plastic piece could fit into. I thought that was obvious... But I suppose I was wrong. Also, I don't see how the frame could be used to cover itself, unless the side that should be covered is completely flat... Which would be a bit silly. Then it wouldn't actually hold the piece at all.
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Rating Orb Zok, Neutral Good Healer – joined 10 years ago A Challenge75.25.XXX.XXX9 years ago
I'm... sorry for being arrogant. I'll try not do do that anymore.

Though it seems we have conflicting views about how time travel would work. I believe that your actions in the past affected your past, and you believe that they would... create a new past?

And of course I have no proof. I doubt you have proof of your concepts. My idea is hypothetical, and hypotheses are often wrong. It's just that... I'm incapable of comprehending how more than one sequence of events could exist, and what laws would govern that... Perhaps my logic is too linear? Or perhaps I don't understand time at all?

Anyway, I apologize again for speaking so rashly.
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Rating Orb Zok, Neutral Good Healer – joined 10 years ago A Challenge75.25.XXX.XXX9 years ago
Tuberculosis! Terrific job!

All you other people... Not so much.

So, tuberculosis's second answer was completely correct, as far as I can tell! You receive three pieces from the future, 2, 3, and 4, and put the original version in slot one. Your frame is completed, so you take the piece in slot 4 out, move the others to your unused frame, and rotate them clockwise in the frame. Then you send the three pieces, in two, three, and four back!

Yay!

So, uh... now to the not-so-correct ones.
The trouble with tuberculosis's first one is that the plastic L wouldn't remain completely unaltered. It would be, uh... affected by the air and you touching it and things.
Jimiliscious... That doesn't make much sense to me. And I'm pretty sure it violates Law 1, as you apparently have gotten multiple different combinations of pieces. You... may have misunderstood the way the frame works altogether.
You other two people right above me are also wrong. Uh... It seems that everyone is breaking Law 1!

Getaroom, you said "There CANNOT be only one sequence of events when one introduces time travel." That is... logically and hypothetically incorrect. If you send something to the past, it would already have appeared in the past. That's why it's "time travel". It moves to a different point in time. And it was there. Saying that traveling freely through time creates multiple versions of time is like saying that traveling freely through space creates multiple versions of one space. It makes no sense. Is your mind incapable of grasping this concept?
By the way, time travel computer games are probably incorrect unless you know exactly what the player will do.
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Rating Orb Zok, Neutral Good Healer – joined 10 years ago A Challenge75.25.XXX.XXX9 years ago
Oni, you are wrong. You really ought not to ignore my previous posts. I already said that isn't correct. So stop.

Please, just think about this, and stop saying these silly things that most people don't know of. I wouldn't do something so cruel. Unless you consider frying your brain cruel.
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Rating Orb Zok, Neutral Good Healer – joined 10 years ago A Challenge75.25.XXX.XXX9 years ago
You stand in the United States, most likely.

By the way, you're wrong.

You people always seem to believe that you must list the cause before the effect, don't you?

Also, in your scenario, you sent several different amounts to the past. That violates Law 1. And Law 2. And Law 3.
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You are, in no way, correct.

I'm not looking for an easy answer. This isn't a trick question. It's an actual test of your logic, not your knowledge of far-fetched concepts.

I don't even care if your brain bursts, just try to actually solve the puzzle. Please. I want confirmation that it's not an impossibly complex idea.
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I issue a challenge to all the great minds of Fig Hunter. I have devised a puzzle that will test your comprehension, logic, and overall problem-solving skills, as well as your creative thinking.

You have one small white square piece of plastic and a frame that can contain four pieces at any one time. Each space in the frame is labeled: They are 1, 2, 3, and 4, spiraling clockwise from the bottom left. Your goal is to fill all four spaces in the frame at once.

The frame can also be used as a chronotransference device for it and all pieces in it, though it can only be used as such once.


Note that in the following essay, time is loosely defined as the sequence in which events occur.

Chronotransference, or "time travel", as it's more commonly known, is the act of moving to a different point in time. This is governed by a set of laws, as written by our chronotransologist (me), revised by our logic specialist (also me), and proofread by our editor (me, with a little help from spellcheck).

Law of Chronotransference 1
There is one and only one overall sequence of events, and this cannot be altered through any means, including chronotransference, as chronotransference is a part of these events.

Law of Chronotransference 2
When receiving an object from chronotransference from the future and sending it to the point when it was received in the past, that object must either remain completely unaltered during its existence, or be altered in such a way that while it is changed, what you send back is identical to what you received. They must be composed of the same matter, simply because they are the same object, though in different points in time.

Law of Chronotransference 3
Between two parts of a single chronotransference, arrival and departure, the amount of matter will be either more or less than before the chronotransference, depending on the nature of the process. Arrival adds matter equal to that of the object being chronotransferred, and departure subtracts the matter of the object. After both parts are complete, the amount of matter will be the same as it was before either part occurred.

To solve this puzzle, think about the two viewpoints: yours and the objects'.

Please explain your answer clearly from a chronologically correct point of view.

By the way, the first to succeed shall have my undying respect.
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Rating Orb Zok, Neutral Good Healer – joined 10 years ago i need a update on FHO75.25.XXX.XXX9 years ago
King Fire, to save, use the A key to hit a healing/saving crystal with your weapon. And assasinn, to delete a character, hold the delete key and click on it.

I'm fairly certain that the temple only has skeletons and a cape. So you really don't have to go there at all unless you want a useless cape.

I'd like an update as well, but I can wait... I rarely have time that I would spend playing FHO anyway. Unless it gets a very large update...
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