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what result did you get?

Modern scientific universe49
A galaxy far, far away11
Lovecraftean chaos10
Sci-fi universe9
Mythological / religious universe7

Total votes: 86


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Posted by Götter on 19.02.2007 at 21:47
Yep, I had nothing better to do today, so I made this quiz. It's part science fiction, part philosophical, all cool.

http://www.quizfarm.com/test2.php?q_id=312968

So how do you view the universe? Vote in the poll when you're through.



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SilentScream
Blasphemer

Posts: 2489

Age: 26
From: Canada

  26.02.2007 at 03:25
You scored as Modern scientific universe.


You see the world as current science does, both a limitation and a liberation. There are plenty of wonders to be explored out there without putting up with superstitions.

Modern scientific universe 52%
Lovecraftean chaos 33%
A galaxy far, far away 33%
Mythological / religious universe 14%
Sci-fi universe 10%
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Dark Stalker

Posts: 97

Age: 27
From: Russia

  26.02.2007 at 11:23
I got modern scientific universe and sci-fi uneverse.
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ilicit
Fallitur Visio

Posts: 805

Age: 26
From: Portugal

  03.03.2007 at 18:28
You scored as Modern scientific universe.
You see the world as current science does, both a limitation and a liberation. There are plenty of wonders to be explored out there without putting up with superstitions.

Modern scientific universe > 62%
Mythological / religious universe > 62%
A galaxy far, far away > 38%
Sci-fi universe > 38%
Lovecraftean chaos > 29%

Well, I guess this really are my believes.. many things can be explained by advanced science nowadays, but there are pleny of stuff that science cant explain, or at least I dont believe in those theory's, like the "Big Bang" thing.. I really do not believe in that, and so I guess that should have a mythical explanation that fits more into reality.
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Doc Godin
Just a guy

Posts: 9463

Age: 25
From: Canada

  20.03.2007 at 05:08
hm, i got 'Modern scientific universe' which seems about right considering im a somewhat skeptical person when it comes to religion, but not too skeptical to think there is much more out there.
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Sekhmet
Electric Witch

Posts: 1144

Age: 28
From: France

  21.03.2007 at 16:37
Modern scientific universe -> You see the world as current science does, both a limitation and a liberation. There are plenty of wonders to be explored out there without putting up with superstitions.

Modern scientific universe 71%
Lovecraftean chaos 52%

Predictable Although I didn't expect the Lovecraftean score to be so high... Just discovered a new side of me thx to your test
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White Winter Sun
Laboratory's Rat

Posts: 2198

Age: 33
From: France

  21.03.2007 at 18:04
My results : Modern scientific universe


"You scored as Modern scientific universe.

You see the world as current science does, both a limitation and a liberation. There are plenty of wonders to be explored out there without putting up with superstitions.

Modern scientific universe 52%
Lovecraftean chaos 52%
A galaxy far, far away 48%
Sci-fi universe 43%
Mythological / religious universe 43% "
belisarius

Posts: 222

Age: 22
From: Belgium
  08.04.2008 at 22:50
as i expected
Modern scientific universe
81%
A galaxy far, far away
43%
Mythological / religious universe
43%
Sci-fi universe
43%
Lovecraftean chaos
29%
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eximius

Posts: 139

Age: 25
From: Romania

  10.04.2008 at 22:59
Modern scientific universe
71%
Lovecraftean chaos
48%
Mythological / religious universe
38%
A galaxy far, far away
29%
Sci-fi universe
29%
Kind of strange. I responded very clear and all my answers were categorical yes or no... The score should be sth like this : Modern scientific universe 100% , mythological/religious universe 0%
Clint W.

Posts: 5703
From: USA

  10.04.2008 at 23:19
You scored as a Lovecraftean chaos
Mankind is insignificant and doomed and you know it. If there is life out there, then it's probably hostile. It's unlikely our mammalian brains could percieve these great mysteries and remain sane after doing so.

- Lovecraftean chaos 62%
- Modern scientific universe 53%
- Sci-fi universe 43%
- Mythological / religious universe 43%
- A galaxy far, far away 33%
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b0000mst1ck

Posts: 546

Age: 31
From: USA

  12.04.2008 at 05:27
so i figured i'd take this quiz, clicked the link, and got redirected to my company's web filter...

"The website you are trying to access has been blocked by the Barracuda Web Filter because it is in the Porn category."

that must be a damn sexy quiz.
Berfones

Posts: 354

Age: 23
From: Israel

  12.04.2008 at 09:28
My view of the universe is fure logical.
Of course it was not created by any god even though the pagan stories of the creation are nice.
If the universe was not created by a god so Earth is not in the middle nor the milky way.
It is a grim place, silent, dark, cold, but it can get pretty cool when things go Bang!!!
It is just logical that there will be other life forms out there but not near earth, nor kind humans can interact with or speak to.
Nevertheless, the universe is a cool place, must visit some time...
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rageing atheist
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  01.06.2008 at 11:14
You scored as a Lovecraftean chaos
Mankind is insignificant and doomed and you know it. If there is life out there, then it's probably hostile. It's unlikely our mammalian brains could percieve these great mysteries and remain sane after doing so.

Lovecraftian chaos 72 %
Sci-Fi universe 71 %
Modern scientific universe 67%
Mythological / religious universe 48%
A galaxy far, far away 43 %
Mr. Doctor
Skandino

Posts: 15080

Age: 21
From: Sweden

  01.06.2008 at 17:00
I think I'm the first person with this kind of score:

You scored as a Mythological / religious universe
The cosmology for you is more akin to what people have believed in for millennia rather than the fledging theories of science. Faith can be a powerful force.

Mythological / religious universe 76%
Modern scientific universe 72%
A galaxy far, far away 67%
Lovecraftean chaos 57%
Sci-fi universe 57%

The interesting thing is the tiny difference between "Mythological / religious universe" and "Modern scientific universe"
I knew that my views were something like that... since I'm a person who believes in God and at the same time believe in the power of science

All the options were really close... Interesting for me jejeje

I really liked this quiz...
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Pinusar
Account deleted
  02.06.2008 at 01:03
Not sure if the description I got does well to describe my views, but anyway...it was quite a cool quiz

How do you view the universe?
You scored as a A galaxy far, far away
In your vision, the universe is civilized and populated by uncounted life forms not all unlike those of Earth. Humans can find their place as well and discover that they are not as unique as previously thought.
A galaxy far, far away
71%
Modern scientific universe
67%
Sci-fi universe
62%
Lovecraftean chaos
47%
Mythological / religious universe
29%
Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Fuck

Posts: 36339

Age: 46
From: The Netherlands

  03.06.2008 at 04:28
K scored the following:

How do you view the universe?
You scored as a Modern scientific universe
You see the world as current science does, both a limitation and a liberation. There are plenty of wonders to be explored out there without putting up with superstitions.
Modern scientific universe
67%
Lovecraftean chaos
57%
A galaxy far, far away
33%
Mythological / religious universe
29%
Sci-fi universe
14%

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Fhuesc

Posts: 1328

Age: 34
From: Mexico

  03.06.2008 at 06:17
You scored as a Modern scientific universe
You see the world as current science does, both a limitation and a liberation. There are plenty of wonders to be explored out there without putting up with superstitions.
Modern scientific universe
86%
Mythological / religious universe
43%
Lovecraftean chaos
43%
A galaxy far, far away
14%
Sci-fi universe
14%

What!!!, why i have 43% of Mythological / religious universe? i can be many things, but a religious dude, NEVER!!!
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Account deleted
  03.06.2008 at 09:50
I got modern scientific universe. The test isn't right. None of them is right anyway...
Uller

Posts: 488

Age: 25
From: Mexico

  04.06.2008 at 06:00
You scored as a Lovecraftean chaos
Mankind is insignificant and doomed and you know it. If there is life out there, then it's probably hostile. It's unlikely our mammalian brains could percieve these great mysteries and remain sane after doing so.
Lovecraftean chaos
62%
A galaxy far, far away
52%
Modern scientific universe
43%
Sci-fi universe
43%
Mythological / religious universe
38%

WTF??? I study physics...... and im a lovecraftean chaos, maybe my classes with Julieta Fierro are worthless
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Berfones

Posts: 354

Age: 23
From: Israel

  07.06.2008 at 20:57
Mankind is insignificant and doomed and you know it. If there is life out there, then it's probably hostile. It's unlikely our mammalian brains could percieve these great mysteries and remain sane after doing so.

dude, you nailed it, it's exactually what I think
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Mr. Doctor
Skandino

Posts: 15080

Age: 21
From: Sweden

  07.06.2008 at 23:47
Written by Fhuesc on 03.06.2008 at 06:17

What!!!, why i have 43% of Mythological / religious universe? i can be many things, but a religious dude, NEVER!!!


I don't think that you need to pray in the church every sunday to get that score...
My scora was like 70% and I hate religion... I just have some deep feelings about what's the universe and that kind of shit.
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Haightredy

Posts: 181

Age: 22
From: Canada

  08.06.2008 at 05:19
Lovecraftean Chaos? I don't know what that means.
Lupas
Maximus

Posts: 3066

Age: 36
From: Malta

  08.06.2008 at 08:32
I had a modern scientific universe
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Thunderdrake

Posts: 54

Age: 26
From: USA

  04.08.2008 at 03:43
How do you view the universe?
You scored as a Modern scientific universe
You see the world as current science does, both a limitation and a liberation. There are plenty of wonders to be explored out there without putting up with superstitions.
Modern scientific universe 67%
Sci-fi universe 52%
Lovecraftean chaos 48%
Mythological / religious universe 38%
A galaxy far, far away 33%

Pretty cool, but I don't know if it was intentional or not but a lot of the questions are knowledge-based instead of opinion-based. Also, a few of them the questions could have been worded better (less vague) but aside from that, good job.
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Alexskywalker

Posts: 777

Age: 27
From: UK

  06.11.2008 at 17:50
Modern scientific universe i guess
iaberis
Advice Troll

Posts: 1697

Age: 27
From: Greece

  02.12.2008 at 22:47
Sci-fi for me since i grow up with stargate and stuff like that
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