CalebNeo's Tumblr blog

This blog is for my pictures and art and other philisophical musings
Generally trash if put it into perspective
Random things get posted here
Art, Theories, Jokes, even Scenic Photos
This is more aptly described as a psychopath's blog
Oh. And I like MLP:FIM.

Seriously, do.
Something scientific would be great.

Seriously, do.
Something scientific would be great.

The best story ever

A very successful man parked his brand new Porsche 911 Turbo in front of his office, ready to show it off to his colleagues. As he was getting out, a truck came barreling down the road, drifted right and completely tore off the driver’s door. Fortunately, a cop was close enough to see the accident and pulled up behind the now door-less Porsche with his lights flashing.

Before the cop had a chance to ask any questions, the man started screaming hysterically about how his precious Porsche, which he had just purchased the day before, was completely ruined and no matter how any car body shop tried to make it new again, would never be the same.

After the man finally wound down from his rant, the cop shook his head in disbelief, “I can’t believe how materialistic you are,” he said, “You are so focused on your possessions that you neglect the most important things in life.”

"How can you say such a thing?" asked the man.

The cop replied, “Don’t you even realize that your left arm is missing? It was severed when the truck hit you!”

"OH, NO!" screamed the man… "My Rolex!


I need to prepare. I probably won’t post much stuff.
I probably won’t post at all.
I hope you understand.
It’s only for a week though.

Rainbow Rocks

Just watched Rainbow Rocks. It rocked. So did Maud.
It was much better or at least had an elevated amount of interest evoked from within me.
P.S. Finally Flash Sentry has a purpose.
In something.

Funny thing that

When we abuse animals for product testing, it’s abuse.

When it’s for Science purposes it’s research.

When we put sexually explicit images on the web, it’s porn.

When it’s for Science diagrams it’s a reference diagram.

Isn’t it quite perculiar?

The reason why becoming an astronaut when you grow up is dumb.

The reason why becoming an astronaut when you grow up is dumb.


The impolite - sillicon blizzard
Go to my channel. I unbox fast food.
You are seriously disturbed, Caleb.
Minecraft is so much better.
Love story still badder than half-light.
You autistic basement-dwelling dodo!
I want to have kids with him.
I abuse children for laughs. LOL.
Half-Life 1.3 Tetrabillion confirmed.
Yo mama so fat, she… erm…
(Reference to nugget in a biscuit)
Hypocritic comments like this.
My classmate’s Youtube Channel.
People who bother to read this far.
“This video is bad.” “Shut up faggot!”
Kids these days. (What are you, 80?)
Music these days. (Blah blah classical)
Suggesting intercourse with me.
Minecraft multiplayer videos.
Stupid troll videos.
This is Bob. He hates THE EARTH!
Gameplay videos in general.
Some rant videos.
Insults directed at my mum/dad.
Pewdiepie sucks. (I don’t care).
Chuck Norris saved the world (etc.)
Justin Beiber sucks. (I don’t care)
I have diabetes. (I seriously don’t care)
Barrack Obama is stupid. (You’re right)
I ate a chicken’s heart. (What the shit?)
Like rly bad u kno i hate u an like so,
English isn’t my 1st language.
(And it totally justifies your good EL?!)
I have girlfrien an masion. u have?
(A command of English far superior)

That’s it.
(All of those I could think of immediately)

Politicians always do things like that.

When people strike there is no need to pound them to oblivion.

Seriously now!

Why are artworks considered to be so great sometimes while others are worthless? I’ve looked a quite a number so far and I couldn’t tell the “good” art apart from the “just average”.

What’s your opinion?

I kind of gave up at the end.

I’m good at talking but bad at giving advice…

"Are humans worth it" is a judgment that only humans can make. The Earth is not conscious. It can’t have preferred states.

Only intellectual beings are capable of conceptualizing moral rights and wrongs, and due to the subjective (and often corrupt) nature of morality, there’s no definitive stance that humanity can rightfully take in terms of its influence on the natural world.

The Earth is 4.54 billion years old, and humans have only existed for about 200,000 years (that represents about 0.005% of Earth’s timeline and 0.001% of the universe’s timeline). It wasn’t until about two centuries ago, with the dawn of the industrial revolution, humans gained the power to have a significant effect on Earth’s ecosystem and biodiversity.

Pessimists who claim that they wish to see the downfall of humanity seems to forget that humans are a part of nature. We are the culmination, but by no means the end product, of millions of years of natural selection. In the absence of humans, the Earth would have no means of judging its condition. There would be nobody to appreciate its beauty or mourn of its destruction. Regardless of what atrocities humans commit on themselves or on the planet’s biodiversity in the future, the Earth’s fate is sealed. In 7.6 billion years from now, the sun will have engulfed the Earth completely and nothing will remain (that is if an asteroid will not have already destroyed it by then).

By that time, however, humans will no longer exist. This is because we will died off (either we wiped ourselves out or some unforeseen natural disaster did) or we evolved into a new species too different to be considered human.

Given this information, what implications does this have for us now? Well, we could certainly wipe ourselves out and the pessimists will have gotten their wish. But a new species might evolve that is even more destructive than humans, and the Earth will eventually die anyway, so I don’t think this is something to hope for.

Rather, I think we should strive to limit our destructive habits. I think that in the future, nuclear fusion and solar technology will have become cheaper alternatives than current energy-generating methods. We should strive to expand and advance education to cap the population growth rate. We should encourage the pursuit of engineering to produce more scientifically-literate individuals capable of improving the human condition and impact on the environment. Perhaps we could eventually develop the technology necessary to live on other planets.

But that’s just what I think; feel free to disagree.

– ~Andy