Status Quo

Keep things civil, people, or else we'll put you in time-out.
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Status Quo

Post by ButteryPancake » Sat Mar 17, 2018 4:49 am

Let us discuss about something we all have a certain degree of experience, as we all have been affected by it in some way. I never know how to start this conversation, but I know that once it starts, it runs long and interesting...

I'll just throw a firestarter and hope people catch up.

To the best of your knowledge, would you agree or disagree with maintaining the status quo around society? Why? What do you think encompasses the status quo, and what would it take for it to change? Is any change to it permanent? Or will it eventually return to its original state? I may have more questions about this, but for now these will suffice to have people begin to type. If you have anything to add, at all, about the subject that isn't related to these questions; go ahead and post it. I'll save my own opinions until I have something to work with, since I work better reactively.
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Re: Status Quo

Post by Snowskeeper » Sat Mar 17, 2018 6:09 am

If the status quo is "maximum entropy," yes, things will probably eventually return to it.
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