Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:30 UTC

Hi everyone,

I'd love to have a conversation about how future Asgardians, as semi-confined individuals, can adapt to, enjoy, and benefit from habitation in space. How might our confined group develop a common culture that enhances their bonding and morale, and what would these residents do to make their unique environment feel more like home? How might we use the knowledge gained in the future to affect positive change within isolated institutional residences on earth? I look forward to your thoughts and ideas.

Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:30 UTC

I am a bad example for a 'normal' human being. I am a borderline autistic outgoing introvert/ambivert. As such, I generally use my observations of others when I discuss 'normal'. For my own part, I can survive damned near anything psychological (isolation, social exclusion, etc) due to my rather ...

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Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:30 UTC

Hi @phicksur,

I am alway sorry to hear of childhood suffering, I commend your spirit. I worked with adults and children on the spectrum both in and outside institutions after I completed college and it taught me that there is no normal in which we might attach ...

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Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:30 UTC

Social dominance has existed within humans for our entire recorded history, and longer. It exists in many mammal species as well and even some other animal species. It must somehow encoded into our DNA the need to establish a 'pecking order' and, for reasons of survival and procreation, a ...

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Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:30 UTC

@phicksur The wonderful thing about humans is that we have both free will and the ability to reason. If a society chooses to reject dominance over others perhaps nurture will eventually inform nature. It may of course be impossible within our current social structures but I don't know if ...

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