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Frijoles wrote:
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No wonder you are a social pariah. I bet no one invites you to their Christmas party.
Social pariah?

I refuse so many invites to classy parties.

I usually meet only close friends on a regular basis.

Christmas for us is a time to chill and to mock the false savior (Jesus) who was more a manipulative sorcerer than anything else.

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A strong positivist wouldnt even bother with a "WHY" explanation. They would stick to the HOW.
But, positivism doesn't even know the how part in its complete details.

Positivism merely scratches the surface and can hardly explain anything as scientists themselves are fast discovering and admitting.

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Ummm...probably because extinction because the few percent of gay people is probably not an issue that actually threatens our existence?
I said that if science can speculate about how the earth would be scorched had the sun been a bit closer then why can't they speculate about the extinction of the human race if every man was homosexual?

What I have stated is very logical.

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You are confusing a micro level of analysis with macro level of analysis anyhow.
Micro and macro aspects of an event are causally related, didn't you know this?- a case of the particular leading to the general. One without the other yields an incomplete picture.

“Act Interdimensional ly”

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JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
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...I refuse so many invites to classy parties...
Here's a helpful hint to a poseur. People who actually get invited to "classy parties", don't call them "classy parties".

They just say "parties".

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Evolution is a macro concept. You cant apply it to an individual level.
Evolution in any context is both micro and macro with both having a causal connection whether taken in an individual or in a collective framework.

In Darwinian terms, there's no actual difference because changes at the molecular level and the consequent manifestation at the macro level because the causation is linked - changes at the molecular level ultimately manifest at the macro level. The macro level is simply the aggregate of the micro molecules.

In the context of homosexuality and extinction of the human race, where does the question of micro and macro come into the argument?

I simply said that if all men were homosexual it would lead to the extinction of the human race which is a common logical conclusion.

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I am going to check my smart oven...

(smiles)

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I am going to check my smart oven...
(smiles)
If it was truely smart you wouldnt have to check it.

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Women love to bake donuts.
Enjoy yourself,(papa).
It was an allusion to a famous commercial. I forgot, you are not a global citizen, so you wouldnt know what I was talking about.

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If it was truely smart you wouldnt have to check it.
LOL.

Why it could have a damp cloth thrown on it, Mon.

ha ha ha

Finished baking donuts oops doughnuts ?

I thought homely women were into baking donuts...

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global citizen
LOL.

Have you been to Europe, Asia and Africa?

Obviously, not.

You're stuck in the US of A leading a middle class lifestyle and has travelled cattle class (economy) within the US staying at cheap motels/tiny hotels and at the most you could have travelled cattle class to a couple of destination in South America or to the neighboring Caribbean.

ha ha

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Recently, he was worried about the cost of a mere hospital bill - when he went mountaineering and experienced dizziness and had to be hospitalized. LOL.

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global flobal dlobal. ooops.

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My stomach's hurting. I am going to drop a turd into the pot. Guess, i ate too many of those cheap donuts. I'd better stick to Camembert Dariole.

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Retard,
So, why not admit that you're incapable of solving a single question in Math, Physics and Chemistry despite all your boast of claiming to be a Stanford or UC at Berkeley grad and an ex-scientist?
I am not surprised at your poor foundation in Math, Physics and Chemistry since I have met dozens of highly qualified American grads/scientists at IIT and in the US who displayed a complete lack of knowledge of the fundamentals in Math, Physics and Chemistry.
The top 0.1 percent of American grads/scientists are the ones with a strong foundation in these key subjects and are the ones pioneering new discoveries/new inventions.
However, these days, the Asian nerds are overtaking all other communities in the US where higher education and research are concerned. Not surprising.
Since the past 10 years, whenever I read about the US team for the Math, Physics, Chem or Biology Olympiads, I usually read Asian names dominating the US teams for these international olympiads. Same story with the Intel Science Talent Search and Spelling Bee.
Rabbee, you're another dunce on this Topix thread.
LMAO
rabbee: quite simply i have no need, for math any more. nor do i have a need, to sharpen my lost skills. they are not necessary, for what i am doing now. nor are they necessary, for redemption. nor do i bow, to the demands of idolaters. i am not here, to do as you say. i am limited by what, G-D only commands of me. if you want to be somebody elses math g-d, go and try to intimidate, or try to influence someone else with your vanity.

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LOL.
Have you been to Europe, Asia and Africa?
Obviously, not.
You're stuck in the US of A leading a middle class lifestyle and has travelled cattle class (economy) within the US staying at cheap motels/tiny hotels and at the most you could have travelled cattle class to a couple of destination in South America or to the neighboring Caribbean.
ha ha
Been to Europe and Asia. Never been to Africa

Dont underestimate South America. Its a lot more interesting than a lot of Europe.

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Here's a helpful hint to a poseur. People who actually get invited to "classy parties", don't call them "classy parties".
They just say "parties".
chuckle.

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Been to Europe and Asia.
Really?

Where in Europe and Asia?

Where did you put up?

Obviously, you flew cattle class and stayed in cheap lodgings, if you've actually been to these continents.

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Don't underestimate South America. Its a lot more interesting than a lot of Europe.
Maybe, South America (SA) is better than Europe in terms of geography given that it has the Andes, Amazon and pampas.

In terms of infrastructure and facilities, SA is an impoverished slum with very high levels of corruption and sleaze.

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yehoshooah adam wrote:
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quite simply i have no need, for math any more.
You never had any need for Math in the past, too, Torah babbler.

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