Atheism requires as much faith as religion?

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Atheism requires as much faith as religion? bearvspuma : The only problem with this rationalization is that ita s assuming all athiests are so because theya re intelligent in the ways of science and reasoning and all people that believe in a form of god are unintelligent.

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Thinking wrote:
You're racist or this and that.
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yh, i might be! so? there ain't nothin' u can do, boy!!:-p

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<quoted text>The Sopranos was interesting.
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
I dare you not to laugh.
lol, u know i can't control my giggles!

I wish some films were 7mins, it would waste less of my time!

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I was talkin' about series i use to watch as a kid with my papa, u prune!!
How do u actually define a western? I just think old, america, fit men on horses, guns, that ball thingy that goes across the scene when they all about to kill each other!! And i defo think John wayne!!
I don't care much for westerns but I saw this....

http://www.youtube.com/watch...

...on the AMC channel and thought it was cute. It's a John Wayne movie.

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If I already screwed up, tell me or I'll be paranoid!! U got that? lol.
whaaaaattt?? lol

U doin' good so far, keep it up! There's nothing to be paranoid about, i'm on YOUR side! Lucky u, eh!!:-)

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nanoanomaly wrote:
<quoted text>I don't care much for westerns but I saw this....
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
...on the AMC channel and thought it was cute. It's a John Wayne movie.
I love 'em.

I haven't seen that.

john wayne is always good to watch!!

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kevin costner!! AWWW!! Dances with wolves, i love him!!
I haven't seen the new one. I don't like it when they remake films, they make it so sh*t!!
Kevin Costner sucks.

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Mar 26, 2013
 
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Uh huh. Space just expanded.
Did it expand from within, or from without? Meaning, did the singularity push outward, or did a vacuum sort of thingy pull it out into volume?
Neither. General Relativity links the geometry of spacetime to the density and pressure of mass and energy. In particular, the rate of expansion of space, which is a comparison of 'slices' of spacetime at 'equal times' is determined by those densities and pressures. For particles that are 'scalar bosons'(like the Higg's particle), it turns out that the expansion rate can be faster than the speed of light without violating the basic assumptions of relativity.

The problem is that you are thinking of space as a 'stuff' that has to 'come from' somewhere. Well, there is no conservation law for the 'amount of space', so that assumption is simply wrong.
Your magical mist of hot stuff had to travel out with it, so something was faster than light. Light was created, or channeled by the event.
Again, neither. Light is produced via electromagnetic interactions with matter (in particular matter that interacts via E&M forces). During the inflationary epoch, the speed of light (as a ratio of distance traveled through space to time of travel) was the same c as always.
Interesting thing about that rather rapid expansion of that hot stuff. There was nothing to cool it off. You can only lose heat via light in space. Yet it condensed into matter.
Yet another incorrect assumption along with a lack of understanding of some important concepts. It is possible to cool off (decrease in temperature) because of an increase in volume even if there is no light being emitted into something else. The confusion is that heat and temperature are different concepts. Heat is a measure of energy, so the total heat stays the same under expansion even if the temperature decreases.
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Mar 26, 2013
 
Even washed I think that jumper is a non starter!

As for The Ivy, it's a great place to people watch.

http://www.the-ivy.co.uk/

It's where Blair and Brown cut the deal over who would lead and who would be chancellor all those years back...
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lol, u better wash it first, tho!!
Who wears ivy? u?

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I'm going on holiday to London soon, so i thought i should make the most of it with ya guys!!
We've got holi, easter, vaisakhi coming up so gonna be busy!!
I've seen 'em all but not the last one!!
Bradley cooper and his blue eyes just kill me!!! I love blue eyes!!
It's easier to read blue eyes.

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<quoted text>Kevin Costner sucks.
Ya, mostly.

I liked Waterworld & The Postman.

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I love 'em.
I haven't seen that.
john wayne is always good to watch!!
What about Marion Morrison? You like him?

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<quoted text>It's easier to read blue eyes.
Stop staring at my blue eyes.
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Funny.
Many misspell, few blame it on dyslexia...
You only started mispelling when you said you were slightly dyslexic. You obviously spelled words wrong on purpose.

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Has England produced any good movies?

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The heat would then have to be absorbed into the newly created particles. No where else for it to go. "Space" doesn't hold or conduct heat.
yes, the amount of heat stayed the same. The *temperature* decreased upon expansion. But temperature and heat are very different concepts. Perhaps you would know that if you knew a bit of actual physics.

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Welcome back, poly.
How was your misadventure?
Amazing! My wife and I went on a Caribbean cruise with the Moody Blues. We are horribly sun burnt and still rocking back and forth, but it was fun, fun, fun. Not bad for a honeymoon about two years late.

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You only started mispelling when you said you were slightly dyslexic. You obviously spelled words wrong on purpose.
I copied YOUR word, dumb ass.

"adultrious"??

You wrote that.

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Yh, it's creepy!! I just laugh at films like chainsaw and jason, but that one got me!! I had to sleep with the light on for a few weeks, that's how scared i was!! And that song just freaks me out now!!
Wolf Creek. Scary movies based on real-life events are the ones that give me goosebumps. Nothing is more terrifying than real, human monsters.

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Mar 26, 2013
 
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Has England produced any good movies?
Questions like that is why I suspect your neck probably has been red...a lot.

Not that there's anything wrong with that. "Salt of the Earth" and all *that* entails.:)

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I copied YOUR word, dumb ass.
"adultrious"??
You wrote that.
Adoltruss might be more fitting as a description for Larger.

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