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I find physicist Lawrence Krauss even stupider than Hitchens. Dr Krauss has some advanced mathematical ability that he puts to a certain degree of good use in his field of theoretical physics. Mathematical proficiency is not too difficult to acquire if one possesses sufficient capacity for numerical operations, has competent teachers to serve as guides and if one practices hard. However, Krauss lacks that deep intelligence that can perceive coherent patterns in nature and in human personality and draw correct conclusions from these. His ideas on life, morality, mind-body and intentionality are dangerous and can make one a pervert if one adopts them thereby damaging one's harmony of the different states of being. I have seen many of his debates and am not too impressed.
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Hi there, Doc.
Hi there, dude.

I also enjoyed Christopher "Don't call me Chris" Hitchens.

I would have liked to see you in a debate with him. I would bet on him.

He said that if anyone heard after his death that he made a deathbed conversion to any type of religion - not to believe it. He did not.

Are you in fact "cool?" Just curious.
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Add another two million thanks to the Khmer Rouge, and then there is N Korea...
But if you expand it, the non-Commies would win.

A weighted, per capita analysis though might yield a different result.

Some estimate the US killed at the very least 10s of thousand and possibly 100s of thousand of innocents in Iraq. Collateral damage.

Any better result there than in Vietnam?

And on and on......

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I would have liked to see you in a debate with him. I would bet on him.
Ok, you're free to place your bet on anyone.

I don't find Hitchens intelligent, cultured or humane.

If Hitchens or for the matter if anyone debates a creationist then it's expected that Hitchens will emerge victorious.

One does not need more than a 7th Grader's intelligence to defeat a creationist.

Hitchens was just a smooth orator dealing with 7th Grade run-of-the mill logic that can easily be defeated.

Anyway, how're doing, man?

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Are you in fact "cool?" Just curious.
What do you mean by "cool"?

It's a very subjective term.

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He said that if anyone heard after his death that he made a deathbed conversion to any type of religion - not to believe it. He did not.
What a childish thing to say on his part.

Religion is dead.

The personal God does not exist.

Religious rituals are for morons.

So, anyone with ordinary logic would rather turn atheist.

Hitchens was too superficial in thinking and way too rash in his lifestyle and his arrogance stemmed from the solid backing he received from many of the movers and shakers of the world.

Poor fellow, he died a horrible death.

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so is "uber"
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Ok, you're free to place your bet on anyone.
I don't find Hitchens intelligent, cultured or humane.
If Hitchens or for the matter if anyone debates a creationist then it's expected that Hitchens will emerge victorious.
One does not need more than a 7th Grader's intelligence to defeat a creationist.
Hitchens was just a smooth orator dealing with 7th Grade run-of-the mill logic that can easily be defeated.
Anyway, how're doing, man?
I'm doing ok. Lots of melting snow around here.

How's it hangin'?
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What do you mean by "cool"?
It's a very subjective term.
Sine you're the one who uses the word "cool" in you
cyber "handle'- how bout you tell me what it means?
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What a childish thing to say on his part.
Religion is dead.
The personal God does not exist.
Religious rituals are for morons.
So, anyone with ordinary logic would rather turn atheist.
Hitchens was too superficial in thinking and way too rash in his lifestyle and his arrogance stemmed from the solid backing he received from many of the movers and shakers of the world.
Poor fellow, he died a horrible death.
Do you mean logic? Or reason? Please explain your answer.

Why do you call believers morons? You believe in yoga, not drinking and virginity. And who knows what else.

Maybe you're the moron.

Don't you think these folks believe in their faith the same that your believe in yours?

Perhaps to many, you look just as silly.

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so is "uber"
Flawed logic, as expected.

The term "uber" when applied to say a brand or to individual ability can be evaluated scientifically/objectively.

If I say Armani is an uber haute couturier, the claim can be verified objectively by evaluating the techniques employed in cutting, stitching, quality of dyes, fabric weave, measurements and embellishments used like pure gold threads or Swarovski crystals for which well established scientific/objective standards of evaluation exist.

If a PhD in a scientific discipline repeatedly fails to correctly answer fundamental questions in Math, Physics and Chemistry then it can easily be inferred that he is not uber but is, on the contrary, a dunce.

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I'm doing ok. Lots of melting snow around here.

How's it hangin'?
Great to know you're ok.

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How's it hangin'?
The only thing hangin' is that pink thingy between my thighs. LOL.

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Sine you're the one who uses the word "cool" in you

cyber "handle'- how bout you tell me what it means?
Too subjective...

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Do you mean logic? Or reason? Please explain your answer.

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What?

You don't know what logical reasoning is all about?

Go check.

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Don't you think these folks believe in their faith the same that your believe in yours?
Yoga deals with the varied frequencies of personal/universal energy/matter via the individual brain-generated consciousness.

Yoga is not faith based nor is it a belief system based on fictitious entities like God nor does it deal in rubbish like creation from nothing.

Yoga is a practice of mind-matter that culminates in transcendental experiences that have objective manifestations like intense light radiating from the body of the yogi that can be seen or measured by anyone.

Yoga has real effects - as for instance, a yogi can read your mind, tell you hidden facts about your past, tell you about your future, heal cancer in minutes, paralyze you in minutes or kill you in minutes. These are all objective facts of yoga that can be measured.

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Flawed logic, as expected.
The term "uber" when applied to say a brand or to individual ability can be evaluated scientifically/objectively.
If I say Armani is an uber haute couturier, the claim can be verified objectively by evaluating the techniques employed in cutting, stitching, quality of dyes, fabric weave, measurements and embellishments used like pure gold threads or Swarovski crystals for which well established scientific/objective standards of evaluation exist.
If a PhD in a scientific discipline repeatedly fails to correctly answer fundamental questions in Math, Physics and Chemistry then it can easily be inferred that he is not uber but is, on the contrary, a dunce.
Its an ADJECTIVE you dummy

adjectives are subjective and relative by nature

Did you go the same grammar school as the Jamaican pervert?

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You believe in yoga, not drinking and virginity. And who knows what else.

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Yogic experiences dealing with higher frequency brain states sensitize the nervous system to such an extent that meat, wine and tobacco are automatically rejected by the body as they set up certain vibes that jar the fine sensitivity of the nerves and tend to disrupt certain fields of energy in brain/body.

However, at an advanced stage of yoga, the yogi can consume a gallon of poison and neutralize its adverse effects as explained in the post on invincibility.

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Yoga has real effects - as for instance, a yogi can read your mind, tell you hidden facts about your past, tell you about your future, heal cancer in minutes, paralyze you in minutes or kill you in minutes. These are all objective facts of yoga that can be measured.
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Sex involves intimate exchange of energy with one's partner and so if one is a yogi in whom higher brain states with their concomitant EM energy is activated then it's advisable to avoid any disturbance to one's energy field.

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