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What if there's no beer in heaven? Re: Goughy
Wassup brahs!

I have the pleasure to answer one of the greatest questions in Toribash community history made by Goughy a.k.a. Ryan.

What if there's no beer in heaven?

Firstly, the chatgpt answer, for ethical reasons ofc.

"The question of whether there will be beer (or any specific earthly pleasure) in heaven is a matter of personal belief and religious interpretation. Different traditions and individuals may have various perspectives on the afterlife. Here are a few ways people might respond to the idea:

  • Symbolic Understanding: Some might interpret beer, or any earthly pleasure, as symbolic of greater, more profound joys in heaven. The pleasures of heaven are often described as surpassing any earthly experience."

Ultimately, the question invites personal reflection on what one values and expects in the concept of an afterlife."

My alternative hypothesis: There's beer or something BETTER than beer in heaven.

My H0: There's no beer or something BETTER than beer in heaven.

It's already known that there will be wine a.k.a. sugar cane brandy in heaven, for those who like stronger stuff, ofc.

What great Toribash community question, mystery or curiosity you would like to see debunked by me? Reply below. Thank you!
Last edited by yuki; May 25, 2024 at 08:38 PM.
what if theres no heaven in heaven
Nomad Moderated Message:
Be more straightforward with your uplifting messages or I'll fucking skin you alive.
Originally Posted by Frost View Post
Are mayonnaise an instrument?

The cool answer:
With math, let's break it down logically:

  • Instrument: A device created or adapted to make musical sounds.
  • Mayonnaise: A thick, creamy dressing made from oil, egg yolks, and vinegar or lemon juice.
Mathematical Approach:

Let's represent these definitions with sets and logical operators.
  • Let M represent the set of all musical instruments.
  • Let Y represent mayonnaise.
Set Membership:

For mayonnaise to be considered an instrument, it must belong to the set M.

Logical Statement:
  • YM if and only if mayonnaise is an instrument.

The properties that typically define an instrument include the ability to produce musical notes and the design intention for creating music. Mathematically, we can write:
  • If ProduceSound=True and DesignForMusic=True, then ∈
  • If ProduceSound(Y)=True and DesignForMusic(Y)=True, then YM.
Practical Analysis:
  • ProduceSound(Y): Mayonnaise does not inherently produce musical sounds.
  • DesignForMusic(Y): Mayonnaise is not designed for creating music.

  • ProduceSound(Y)=False
  • DesignForMusic(Y)=False

Logical Conclusion:

Since both conditions for YM are not met, we have:
  • Y∈/M

Final Answer:

Mathematically, mayonnaise (Y) does not belong to the set of musical instruments (M), so:
  • Mayonnaise is not an instrument.

Therefore, based on our logical and mathematical analysis:∉⇒Mayonnaise is not an instrument.Y∈/M⇒Mayonnaise is not an instrument.

^ the chatgpt answer, for ethical reasons ofc...

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Last edited by yuki; May 28, 2024 at 10:22 PM.
Originally Posted by imp View Post

He's not playing mayonnaise, but the recipient that contains mayonnaise.