*frown of approval*
Not bad. I think it does a good job of doing what it's supposed to. It's pretty well balanced too.
Support; balanced and functional.
Why > why not. This is a must know for any good suggestions forumer.
This isn't a joke. I know it sounds unreal, and I know how scared you would be in this situation, but trust me, it's real.
So one day I was looking through my pokemon cards and I found a neat Jigglypuff. So I threw it in the air for no reason and lost it.
I know, terrifying.
If you think about it too long, a lot of words out there are weird. Many of them are everyday words, but it isn't until you question them that you begin to realize how strange spelling is sometimes. Like the act of moving freely through air is the definition of the word 'fly', and the same word also defines a common type of insect known as the housefly.
It's hard to explain, but it is one of those moments in life where you get stuck in your own kind of high and start asking yourself stupid questions about things you already have the answers to - but for whatever reason you feel like there is more to it than just that answer. For example; why is the word 'fly' spelt the way it is, and why do those combinations of letters look so strange - like when someone invented the English language, what made them decide to put those combinations of letters together to create this one word?
This doesn't apply to just the word 'fly' either, if you think way too deep into the same question but with any other word it begins to sound strange to you. Long words like onomatopoeia that aren't used in the person's everyday life sound strange because we aren't used to using those words - unless you are a teacher or writer I guess. But everyday words aren't strange at first glance because we use them more frequently and you don't really give a thought as to why they are spelt the way they are until you actually look at them and ask that question to yourself.
That's called "jamais vu", an opposite to "deja vu" if you will.
I meant bones. Still, bones can be crafted into bonemeal and thus my point comes right back into play.
Skeletons do drop important items. They drop bone meal, which has several diverse uses from dye to growing plants. They also drop bows, which if you go on just one monster hunt overnight, you'll have enough to get a full durability bow. Arrows, for bows.
I don't see a point in making nether quartz one of their drops seeing as nether quartz comes in huge quantities in the nether. Also, as Broccoli_Monkey stated, where is the connection here? What do skeletons have to do with a mineral?
No support; generally pointless.
If the global warming trend continues for the rest of this century then sea levels would rise which would displace millions since many major cities are coastal ones and there could be less land to farm which could lead to food shortage. A change in temperature that might not seem like much could cause some crops not to be grown in places where they have been grown for hundreds of years which would lead to growing prices of those crops and food shortage. There is a serious danger and it could come soon. Also if the Earth has cooling and warming periods then they would happen relatively slowly compared to the change happening today because of human activity and species are dying of so often that some scientists say that there may be a "sixth extinction".
I didn't actually take that into consideration when I made that post.
I honestly think humans will (hopefully sometime soon) stop being so naive and realize that a sixth mass extinction may be well within the near future. So I agree with you on that.
I went to the dentist about 3 days ago. It was nothing special, just a normal dentist checkup. I've never had a cavity filled or anything, but maybe you can see if they have any laughing gas to make you relax a bit so you won't feel as much pain.