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Kalle Borell (@blueseaweedz)    2 months, 1 week ago

Do you guys know any sites like High Existence. Or just any epic site for that matter…
My personal favourites are:
ted.com
stumbleupon.com

1 votes, posted 10.20.2012 at 8:33 am
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Ruby (@rubymoon)1 year, 6 months ago ago

Deviantart.com :)

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Mark Brisbane (@bigfoot29)1 year, 6 months ago ago

I like to stand up for reddit.com, it gets a lot of flak for it’s standard subreddits but if you dig deeper into some of it’s communities you can find some incredible sources of education/entertainment/enlightenment. I’d personally recommend some of the following:

http://www.reddit.com/r/cogsci

http://www.reddit.com/r/debatereligion

http://www.reddit.com/r/depthhub

http://www.reddit.com/r/fuckingphilosophy

http://www.reddit.com/r/Internetisbeautiful

http://www.reddit.com/r/luciddreaming

This wouldn’t be HE without someone recommending Stumble Upon, and the hype is right, you wont find a better or more interesting time waster on the internet.

If it’s forums you’re looking for, and you’re interested in Polyphasic Sleep there’s a relatively new forum called Polyphasic Society filled with all kinds of alternative people http://forum.polyphasicsociety.com

Finally, I’m in the process of creating a community of readers who all read the same book every fortnight, think of it as an online bookclub. Full disclosure though, the website is literally brand new and I’m still getting it off the ground. If you want to check it out you can at: http://recommended-reading.net/

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DaJetPlane (@lytning91)1 year, 6 months ago ago

There’s nothing like HE. Just sayin’ =)

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Zykanthos (@chodebalm)1 year, 6 months ago ago

Facebook.com.

Oh wait, that’s filled with morons. Lol. Never mind.

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HEman (@HEman)2 months, 1 week ago ago

Newly discovered http://www.symposiarch.org, lacking content at the moment, but surely you can help rectify that.

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