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Animals, Jeopardy, and Life: What she says: I'm fine What she means In "Thor: Ragnarok", Korg makes a joke about how he's made of rocks, but nothing to be afraid of "Unless you're made of scissors, " and then specifies that this is a rock-paper-scissors joke This means one of three things. The first is that the game of rock-paper-scissors is alien in origin and is widespread throughout the galaxy, and wasonly introduced by visitors fromouter space. The second is that rock-paper-scissors originated on Earth and hasthen spread throughout the galaxy far enough that Korg could reasonably expect a stranger, who for all he knew could come from anywhere in the universe, to understand, meaning that the game is near ubiquitous throughout the universe. This would make rock-pape scissors by far humanity's gr possibility is that it developed independently both on Earth and in space. To be clear, not only do both of these environments have rocks, paper, and scissors as we do, but they came up with the same order, including the solutions that are, to be nice, stretches, like paper somehow beating rock by covering it Why would covering a rock beat it, and how is it possible that multiple different species have independently come to this conclusion? Is rock-paper-scissors some kind of fundemental aspect of life that all sentient species develop? Is rock-paper-scissors the only thing that separates humans from beasts? How else could something like that independently arise by pure chancethroughout the universe? If rock-paper scissors is, in fact, a universal constant of all life, is there an abstract entity that embodies it in the Marvel Universe like Death, Order, Chaos, and Eternity? Is there a rock-paper-scissors Infinity stone? If, however, it only arose once, and it was on Earth, do other species know this? Is Earth the rock-paper scissors planet? When Star-Lord mentions that he's from Earth, do people assume he must be great at rock pape civilizations probably used paper at some point, so they should understand that, but scissors are a specialized machine, and plenty of species would have different shaped hands, or different cutting mechanisms, or just never develop scissors in that exact way. Do they know what scissors are for, or do they only exist to them for the purposes of the game? Is it a rare piece of trivia for them? Are there questions about the functions of scissors on space-Jeopardy? And if the game originated outside of Earth, then who introduced it? We know the Asgardians visited Earth centuries ago, but scissors didn't exist then The game doesn't even make sense without scissors, meaning that whoever introduced the game probably introduced scissors as well. If scissors are alien technology, what else was introduced by aliens? How much of human culture is the result of galactic wanderers using the Earth as a glorified rest stop? What, if anything, have we even cr playing with tools higher things have handed to us as an afterthought? Does Earth even have anything that if can call its own? Humanity is barely more than rats feeding on the crumbs scattered behind by greater beings beyond what we could ever hope to understand. What could we ever do that means anything if we are but mold growing in the corner of someone else's bathroom? st and most widespread contribution to galactic civilization. The third scissors? Do they even understand what scissors are? Rocks, are everywhere, obviously, and most ed ourselves? Is it not possible we are nothing more than animals, blindly
Animals, Jeopardy, and Life: What she says: I'm fine
 What she means In "Thor: Ragnarok", Korg makes a joke about how he's made of rocks, but nothing to be
 afraid of "Unless you're made of scissors, " and then specifies that this is a rock-paper-scissors joke
 This means one of three things. The first is that the game of rock-paper-scissors is alien in origin and is
 widespread throughout the galaxy, and wasonly introduced by visitors fromouter space. The second is that
 rock-paper-scissors originated on Earth and hasthen spread throughout the galaxy far enough that Korg
 could reasonably expect a stranger, who for all he knew could come from anywhere in the universe, to
 understand, meaning that the game is near ubiquitous throughout the universe. This would make rock-pape
 scissors by far humanity's gr
 possibility is that it developed independently both on Earth and in space. To be clear, not only do both of
 these environments have rocks, paper, and scissors as we do, but they came up with the same order,
 including the solutions that are, to be nice, stretches, like paper somehow beating rock by covering it
 Why would covering a rock beat it, and how is it possible that multiple different species have
 independently come to this conclusion? Is rock-paper-scissors some kind of fundemental aspect of life that
 all sentient species develop? Is rock-paper-scissors the only thing that separates humans from beasts? How
 else could something like that independently arise by pure chancethroughout the universe? If rock-paper
 scissors is, in fact, a universal constant of all life, is there an abstract entity that embodies it in the
 Marvel Universe like Death, Order, Chaos, and Eternity? Is there a rock-paper-scissors Infinity stone? If,
 however, it only arose once, and it was on Earth, do other species know this? Is Earth the rock-paper
 scissors planet? When Star-Lord mentions that he's from Earth, do people assume he must be great at rock
 pape
 civilizations probably used paper at some point, so they should understand that, but scissors are a
 specialized machine, and plenty of species would have different shaped hands, or different cutting
 mechanisms, or just never develop scissors in that exact way. Do they know what scissors are for, or do
 they only exist to them for the purposes of the game? Is it a rare piece of trivia for them? Are there
 questions about the functions of scissors on space-Jeopardy? And if the game originated outside of Earth,
 then who introduced it? We know the Asgardians visited Earth centuries ago, but scissors didn't exist then
 The game doesn't even make sense without scissors, meaning that whoever introduced the game probably
 introduced scissors as well. If scissors are alien technology, what else was introduced by aliens? How much
 of human culture is the result of galactic wanderers using the Earth as a glorified rest stop? What, if
 anything, have we even cr
 playing with tools higher things have handed to us as an afterthought? Does Earth even have anything that
 if can call its own? Humanity is barely more than rats feeding on the crumbs scattered behind by greater
 beings beyond what we could ever hope to understand. What could we ever do that means anything if we are
 but mold growing in the corner of someone else's bathroom?
 st and most widespread contribution to galactic civilization. The third
 scissors? Do they even understand what scissors are? Rocks, are everywhere, obviously, and most
 ed ourselves? Is it not possible we are nothing more than animals, blindly
Animals, Jeopardy, and Life: What she says: I'm fine What she means In "Thor: Ragnarok", Korg makes a joke about how he's made of rocks, but nothing to be afraid of "Unless you're made of scissors, " and then specifies that this is a rock-paper-scissors joke This means one of three things. The first is that the game of rock-paper-scissors is alien in origin and is widespread throughout the galaxy, and wasonly introduced by visitors fromouter space. The second is that rock-paper-scissors originated on Earth and hasthen spread throughout the galaxy far enough that Korg could reasonably expect a stranger, who for all he knew could come from anywhere in the universe, to understand, meaning that the game is near ubiquitous throughout the universe. This would make rock-pape scissors by far humanity's gr possibility is that it developed independently both on Earth and in space. To be clear, not only do both of these environments have rocks, paper, and scissors as we do, but they came up with the same order, including the solutions that are, to be nice, stretches, like paper somehow beating rock by covering it Why would covering a rock beat it, and how is it possible that multiple different species have independently come to this conclusion? Is rock-paper-scissors some kind of fundemental aspect of life that all sentient species develop? Is rock-paper-scissors the only thing that separates humans from beasts? How else could something like that independently arise by pure chancethroughout the universe? If rock-paper scissors is, in fact, a universal constant of all life, is there an abstract entity that embodies it in the Marvel Universe like Death, Order, Chaos, and Eternity? Is there a rock-paper-scissors Infinity stone? If, however, it only arose once, and it was on Earth, do other species know this? Is Earth the rock-paper scissors planet? When Star-Lord mentions that he's from Earth, do people assume he must be great at rock pape civilizations probably used paper at some point, so they should understand that, but scissors are a specialized machine, and plenty of species would have different shaped hands, or different cutting mechanisms, or just never develop scissors in that exact way. Do they know what scissors are for, or do they only exist to them for the purposes of the game? Is it a rare piece of trivia for them? Are there questions about the functions of scissors on space-Jeopardy? And if the game originated outside of Earth, then who introduced it? We know the Asgardians visited Earth centuries ago, but scissors didn't exist then The game doesn't even make sense without scissors, meaning that whoever introduced the game probably introduced scissors as well. If scissors are alien technology, what else was introduced by aliens? How much of human culture is the result of galactic wanderers using the Earth as a glorified rest stop? What, if anything, have we even cr playing with tools higher things have handed to us as an afterthought? Does Earth even have anything that if can call its own? Humanity is barely more than rats feeding on the crumbs scattered behind by greater beings beyond what we could ever hope to understand. What could we ever do that means anything if we are but mold growing in the corner of someone else's bathroom? st and most widespread contribution to galactic civilization. The third scissors? Do they even understand what scissors are? Rocks, are everywhere, obviously, and most ed ourselves? Is it not possible we are nothing more than animals, blindly
Animals, Jeopardy, and Life: What she says: I'm fine
 What she means In "Thor: Ragnarok", Korg makes a joke about how he's made of rocks, but nothing to be
 afraid of "Unless you're made of scissors, " and then specifies that this is a rock-paper-scissors joke
 This means one of three things. The first is that the game of rock-paper-scissors is alien in origin and is
 widespread throughout the galaxy, and wasonly introduced by visitors fromouter space. The second is that
 rock-paper-scissors originated on Earth and hasthen spread throughout the galaxy far enough that Korg
 could reasonably expect a stranger, who for all he knew could come from anywhere in the universe, to
 understand, meaning that the game is near ubiquitous throughout the universe. This would make rock-pape
 scissors by far humanity's gr
 possibility is that it developed independently both on Earth and in space. To be clear, not only do both of
 these environments have rocks, paper, and scissors as we do, but they came up with the same order,
 including the solutions that are, to be nice, stretches, like paper somehow beating rock by covering it
 Why would covering a rock beat it, and how is it possible that multiple different species have
 independently come to this conclusion? Is rock-paper-scissors some kind of fundemental aspect of life that
 all sentient species develop? Is rock-paper-scissors the only thing that separates humans from beasts? How
 else could something like that independently arise by pure chancethroughout the universe? If rock-paper
 scissors is, in fact, a universal constant of all life, is there an abstract entity that embodies it in the
 Marvel Universe like Death, Order, Chaos, and Eternity? Is there a rock-paper-scissors Infinity stone? If,
 however, it only arose once, and it was on Earth, do other species know this? Is Earth the rock-paper
 scissors planet? When Star-Lord mentions that he's from Earth, do people assume he must be great at rock
 pape
 civilizations probably used paper at some point, so they should understand that, but scissors are a
 specialized machine, and plenty of species would have different shaped hands, or different cutting
 mechanisms, or just never develop scissors in that exact way. Do they know what scissors are for, or do
 they only exist to them for the purposes of the game? Is it a rare piece of trivia for them? Are there
 questions about the functions of scissors on space-Jeopardy? And if the game originated outside of Earth,
 then who introduced it? We know the Asgardians visited Earth centuries ago, but scissors didn't exist then
 The game doesn't even make sense without scissors, meaning that whoever introduced the game probably
 introduced scissors as well. If scissors are alien technology, what else was introduced by aliens? How much
 of human culture is the result of galactic wanderers using the Earth as a glorified rest stop? What, if
 anything, have we even cr
 playing with tools higher things have handed to us as an afterthought? Does Earth even have anything that
 if can call its own? Humanity is barely more than rats feeding on the crumbs scattered behind by greater
 beings beyond what we could ever hope to understand. What could we ever do that means anything if we are
 but mold growing in the corner of someone else's bathroom?
 st and most widespread contribution to galactic civilization. The third
 scissors? Do they even understand what scissors are? Rocks, are everywhere, obviously, and most
 ed ourselves? Is it not possible we are nothing more than animals, blindly