Ammar Gh

Freiberg, Germany

About Ammar

Languages

Arabic, English, German, Polish

Areas of Expertise

Geophysics

I'm passionate about

I love unsolved mysteries and questioning theories! I specialize in Geosciences but we can talk about almost any subject! You name it!

Comments & conversations

Noface
Ammar Gh
Posted almost 2 years ago
Censorship
Yea, our lives are censored and most of the time we censor it ourselves. You can control what you believe in (of course not the parent part), people became too addicted to the mass media and the examples of a perfect life given. Just look at how a perfect woman according to the mass media looked like 60 years ago and how a perfect woman looks now (compare Marylin Monroe to Megan Fox) did the male hormones change or did the media change our view on it? There are examples for everything... perfect holidays (empty white sand beaches with a light blue sea water), perfect house (a villa with a swimming pool and palms). But all of this is something you can filter through your brain, you either want to accept this thought or not. Coming to the job and scheduling your life, we all gotta have a goal to achieve... in order to achieve your goal (whether its to have a family, to discover something or just to be a good man) you need resources. What would our lives look like without this limitation of freedom and time by a job, we would just walk around looking for food and do nothing else until we die.
Noface
Ammar Gh
Posted almost 2 years ago
What is time?
"It is wholly dependent on the presence of matter and a change in the state of the matter" exactly! This is exactly what I have been thinking as well... But since the Big Bang all the matter does is change it's state.
Noface
Ammar Gh
Posted almost 2 years ago
Which is more important, to do right or to do good?
If you just walk down the street and see both of them, you only judge on appearance which one is rich and which one is poor. Maybe the "rich" guy isn't in fact rich and he was just going for some conference and borrowed his friend's clothes, maybe this "hungry" poor guy is just a drunk or a drunk addict who would spend the $20 on cocaine? I learned while living in a Middle East country, that beggars sometimes can be richer than you and it just becomes their daily job to beg. And some people invest all their money in appearance. There is also a possibility that it is how you see it. What I would do? I would just give it back to the person who lost it and make a suggestion that there is a man who might need it. If I had lost a $20 I would expect someone to give it back and let me decide what to do with it.