Fvck Usmovers and The Dutch for down voting me on a comment on id 139517. That shît was made up on the spot and deserved either a thumbs up or no response at all. Fvck you.
How about classification of things in alphabetical order
@stingray squad, also the word alphabet comes from alpha beta the 1st two letters of the alphabet. That means there is at least some order it's in.
@stingray squad, yes I feel OK again
@stingray squad, whatever order you chose it can still be in alphabetical order. So say if the alphabet had the letter S first, then S would be at the top. I'm sure there must be a reason but I'm still thinking.........
@stingray squad, there really is no reason alphabetical order is only that way because they were already put in that order. Numbers hold a value so they need to be in a specific order but letter are just letters arranged that way because ????
That's what the government wants you to think
@Wolfbane, ahaha love this old joke 😄
Why does our number system have a base of 10 too?
@Weiss, because look at your hands.
@Weiss, it's more efficient than most other base forms, especially for the level of mathematics that we use today. Although some come close to base 10's ease of use; such as base six, which is still used today (time, months, ect.)
Did he just listen to Daquan's mixtape?
@Michael Fassbender, it's a remix of alphabet aerobics
@Michael Fassbender, Mopquan from Funnypics?
@Michael Fassbender, Ref ID: 140167
@Michael Fassbender, i really want to listen to daquans mixtape now
@Russell Wilson, my bad, I went over board
The actual reason it's in order is because it's easier to remember when saying it in order, If you don't believe me try to say the alphabet in random order
@alphonzzi, jsri7 dangit
@alphonzzi, I just did and I sounded like I was at the dentist.
@alphonzzi, only because you've said it this way your whole life. If it were in another order the whole time, that's what would make sense to you.
Things were so simple before this.
Quick everyone go to the description and down vote that comment. (Only because she's going full bitch about it)
@Hartbig, I actually really didn't care for them down voting me since they are entitled to their own joke preferences, but I thought it would be funny to write that in a place where nobody reads. But yeah go ahead and down vote my comment, looking back at this description it looks pretty childish. So my apologies for having my panties in a bunch
But theres the ABC song that does need them in order.
For number systems that are larger than base 10, it's important that the alphabet is in the order that it is.
this dosent affect me in any way
this dosent actually have any affect on me
Cyphers would mean absolutely nothing o.o
Also...... Uh i work at a library, and I beg to differ. The order of the alphabet means a lot.
Police: Sir, I've pulled you over today because I believe your drunk. Would you recite the alphabet backwards please. Me: Plmnkoijbvhuygcxftrdzsewa and q. Police: Um, that's not right! Me: there's no real need for the letters to be in any kind of order! Me (6 months later): and that's how I got my $500 fine and spent six months in jail. Turns out there IS a reason.
It's for memorization too, if there were no order it would be harder to memorize every letter
One word: Dictionary.
I'd say that a worse thought is the fact that no matter what we do, who we are, or what we think, someday each and every race of humans will die out. Our "legacy" of putting hundreds of species into extinction will end, and there will be more of anything. The solar system has to end at some point, its just a matter of time.
@Colorful Nipple, obviously you haven't seen my previous comment. Although resources are extremely finite, our solar system still has more than enough to fully facilitate all mankind for over a billion years. I don't know if you've noticed the acceleration of technological advancement over the past recent centuries but we're gonna be around for as long as the end of the universe is. As long as we're around, you know how humans love keeping their history. In fact we've been doing it consistently starting a couple thousand years ago. And we're only getting better at it.
@BunnyGruff, I know this, but there are possibilities that a massive chunk of the population could be wiped out. Or over-population could send a mass of the people into poverty.
@BunnyGruff, I think he's referring to... Ah I forget the word but given an infinite amount of time every event will take place. So given an infinite time line, all humans will at some point die out. However the opposite is true as well; given an infinite time line, humans will return to life. It's pretty paradoxical.
But then it... wouldn't... be in order... what am I doing with my life