Apr 142014

Question by plasmafish: whats the difference between fullmetal alchemist and fullmetal alchemist brotherhood?
are they the same or is brotherhood start off from the end of regular fullmetal alchemist? i watched all of regular and i also watched the movie. im mainly asking because i caught a glimpse of one of the brotherhood episodes recently on cartoon network adult swim and it looked like the brothers where in two different worlds like the end of regular but i was reading the description of fullmetal alchemist brotherhood season 1-4 and it says same thing as regular so im kinda confused.

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Answer by Don™
FMA Brotherhood and FMA 2003 are almost the same at least in first few episodes(in case of FMA ep.30 and Brotherhood ep.13)but after ep.30 FMA 2003 is nothing but an filler which has nothing to do with the original manga story(Movie is also filler) where as FMA Brotherhood follows the manga as it is and if you ask me it was way better than 2003 version.

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Mar 182014

Question by AlanaWally: What’s the difference between Fullmetal Alchemists and Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood?
I’m watching Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood and it looks like some fillers but then there are some new episodes. Is it just another part of Fullmetal Alchemist or is it separate.

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Answer by Anthony Luciani
As I understand Brotherhood follows the original manga more closely. The first Fullmetal was a lot more original in the storyline.

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Feb 182014

Question by choice: Who is Stronger between Super Saiyan 3 Goku and Mystic Gohan?
I already know Super Saiyan 3 Goku is levels above Mystic Gohan no matter how much fanboyism goes around about this it has already been proven to me by plenty of smart people.I just wanna know what other people thinks

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Answer by Koschei
I’d say SSJ3 Goku. However, if we were voting on “least horrible eyebrows”…

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Jan 312014

Question by Ben R: What is the diffemce between full metal alchemist and full metal alchemist brotherhood?
what is the difference between full metal alchemist and full metal alchemist brotherhood ?
Which one was the original first one that started the series?
Please answer both questions.

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Answer by Sazwonderz
Short . . .
They are two different series, not two seasons

Long . . .
Fullmetal Alchemist and Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood are two different series.

Fullmetal Alchemist (2003) was written in the time that the manga was being released. After about 25 episodes, the show quickly caught up with the manga, but the creator of the manga, Hiromu Arakawa didn’t want fillers so they continued the show, making up a different storyline to the original. In FMA, the movie: Conqueror of Shamballa directly follows the anime and is the real end to the tale.

The OVAs are:
– Chibi Party
– Kids
– Liveaction
– Alchemists vs. Homunculi
– Reflections

After the manga was finished, they created a new anime (Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, made in 2009), closely following the original storyline. They made the first fifteen episodes have a fast pace, with a lot going on in them, seeing as they had already been done in the first 25 episodes in FMA (2003), but after that the story changes dramatically.

You can watch the OVAs, but they’re not part of the actual story. They are:
– The Blind Alchemist
– Simple People
– The Chronicle of Teacher/Tales of the Master
– Yet Another Man’s Battlefield

There are new characters, and some other characters are taken away.
There is a whole new plot too
The intentions of the homunculus are different.
There are different main villains
I could go on . . . but I don’t want to spoil it for anyone who hasn’t seen it.

There is also an upcoming movie out in 2012 in America, licensed by Funimation for FMA:B. It’s already out in Japan. The Sacred Star of Milos (movie title) is set during the time when Edward realized Alphonse’s human body existed somewhere, with the logic that that knowledge would encourage him to travel to another area to do research. It doesn’t really have any impact on the actual story.

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Jan 082014

Question by The Godfather: What’s the different between mind, consciousness, awareness, cognition?
When philosophers and scientist talk about mental stuff, what’s the difference between mind, consciousness, awareness, and cognition?

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Answer by love dolly
awareness” is also used to describe the kind of “knowing” that comes from the use of the thinking mind when trying to solve problems or figure out what’s going on…such as “I am now aware that when I say these words in this way, many people in this group may be offended by how I have expressed myself.” In that sense, “awareness” is “coming to an understanding” of something that isn’t stated outright, OR that you cannot understand because of the limits of your perceptual abilities, due to your prejudices, blind spots, lack of knowledge and information, the miscommunication of others, etc. But it’s directly related to the world of the 5 senses and is a product of our mental processes…thinking.

•Mind is the aspect of intellect and consciousness experienced as combinations of thought, perception, memory, emotion, will, and imagination, including all unconscious cognitive processes.

Conscious: a quality of the mental life of the ego. The ego uses consciousness to manage reality, which includes allowing pleasurable id gratifications that don’t collide with everyday demands or provoke the “thou shalt not”s of the superego.
Counter-transference: the therapist’s transference projections–in other words, enactment of old conflicts from the family of origin–onto the patient. Example: when “Anna O” (Bertha Pappenheim) fell in love with Freud’s partner Josef Breuer, he fled because the situation aroused intolerable emotions in him. (For an example of Freud’s countertransference, see his Dora paper.) The meaning of countertransference has broadened since Freud’s time to include all the therapist’s reactions toward the patient.

cognitive- a term that describes the process people use for remembering, reasoning, understanding, and using judgment

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Jan 012014

Question by Student: Is there a place between heaven and hell?
Cause you know… obviously I dont wanna go to hell and I dont wanna go to heaven either. Im so pissed at God.

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Answer by hbar12
All of life is between opposites. I’m surprised no one answered a paradise earth, as that is what the Bible seems to teach.
On being angry, I agree with Einstein and so many other famous or rich people that intuition is the secret. Science is saying that we have a higher consciousness that is a million times faster and more powerful than the conscious mind. If we listen to our intuition, it guides us around a lot of life’s problems. That seems similar to the spirit of truth that “leads you into all truth”. We’ve made the mess. It even looks like “natural” disasters may be man made. The rules for spirituality work like the ones for physics. If you follow them things works or vice verse, but no one tells you how they work or how to work them. If you can find something understandable on Emotional Intelligence. that is a first step to developing intuition.

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Dec 032013
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Question by WaterStrider: What, if any, is the relation between sex and spirituality?
I don’t buy Osho. What do the mystics have to say about sex?

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Answer by Paradox
They are one, my child. For when you are at the precipice of an organism is it not true that you hear the Holiest of words, “Oh God, Oh God, Oh God…..

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Nov 162013

Question by Kevin H: What are the major differences between Eastern Orthodox and Western Christianity?
What are the major differences between Eastern Orthodox and Western Christianity and protestantism?

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Answer by bunnielove89
“The main difference between Eastern-Rite and Western-Rite Orthodoxy is culture based. In the Eastern part of the world, the main cultures we see in Orthodoxy are found in Russia, Greece, and the Arabs. In the Western part of the world, the main cultures we see in Orthodoxy are found in America and Europe. Each region, and each country, that finds itself holding fast to the Orthodox Christian Faith is in full communion with eachother on a Theological level. The culture may be different, and the leaders and administration may also be different; but the Faith and the teachings are the same. We all recognize the same saints, say the same prayers, and teach the same traditions and teachings handed down to us by Jesus Christ and His Apostles.”

^That is a quote from the source in the link. Personally I have no idea though =D

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Oct 302013

Question by eklipse91: How big is the difference between UPenn and WUSTL?
I am currently looking at both of these schools and like Washington University in St. Louis (WUSTL) a bit better than University of Pennsylvania, but I am wondering how much better is UPenn than WUSTL considering I am interested in neuroscience and the other natural sciences? Is there a big difference between their academic rigor and would businesses look very strongly towards a UPenn student over a WUSTL student?
For future reference, I am referring to undergrad. Sorry for not including that before

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Answer by Ranto
If you are talking about undergraduate education, then both schools are great, and the differences in the quality of education are minor.

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Sep 142013

Question by Citrine Dream: Pagans: What are the main differences between Hellenic Reconstruction and Wicca?
Besides the obvious fact of Hellenic Reconstruction is hard polytheism where Wicca tends to be soft. What are some of the main differences in practice?

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Answer by Joseph Smith
Modern wicca was reinvented and the Hellenic religion was historically preserved

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