Atheism requires as much faith as rel...

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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Since: Sep 08

Lamar, CO

#174986 Aug 18, 2013
Hidingfromyou wrote:
<quoted text>
If true, there'd be a brain area for interpreting this data.
Jeez, girl, there is. The same damn one that reacts to sunlight and cold as I described.

Read my lips.

You tune a lot of things out thinking they are just noise once you get a routine going.

The piezoelectric effect produces sound and magnetic emissions.

Those vibrators are bad for you. Too intense. Kills sensuality and the ability to sense low levels.

“What game?”

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#174987 Aug 18, 2013
Dave Nelson wrote:
http://sherryandrea.com/sensit ive-who-feel-earthquakes/
More on earthquake sensitives.
The last week or so my left ear has been ringing on occasion. I am totally deaf in my left ear, and still am. Can't even feel my finger causing any noise around that left ear. That ear does not pick up sound waves.
I have felt something big coming for months. BIG.
But I don't usually do any predicting, particularly in time frames, or locations. Things are just the way they are.
Uh, Catcher, I would suggest you have duplicates made of any important papers such as wills, etc, and have them stored much further east. Anywhere between Denver and Atlanta may be OK. I would recommend Atlanta, though.
Any earthquakes will be secondary to a global reaction to an energy change.
Listen to your inner selves.
I'm not smiling.
Fascinating.

“What game?”

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#174988 Aug 18, 2013
Hidingfromyou wrote:
<quoted text>
If true, there'd be a brain area for interpreting this data.
You are an antenna.

“Quantum Junctn: Use Both Lanes”

Since: Dec 06

Tulsa, Oklahoma USofA

#174989 Aug 18, 2013
Aura Mytha wrote:
<quoted text> 1 wifey + 1 Husband = BaBy 1 + 1 = 3
Unless she has twins...

:)

“e pluribus unum”

Since: Dec 10

primus inter pares

#174990 Aug 18, 2013
Bob of Quantum-Faith wrote:
<quoted text>
Unless she has twins...
:)
Or octomom . I think would commit Hairy Carrie. hah

Since: Sep 08

Lamar, CO

#174991 Aug 18, 2013
Hidingfromyou wrote:
<quoted text>
If true, there'd be a brain area for interpreting this data.
River Tam wrote:
<quoted text>
You are an antenna.
In need of some tin foil to boost reception.

Could use a little jiggling around to aim her right, too.

Thanks.:-)

“What game?”

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#174992 Aug 18, 2013
Dave Nelson wrote:
Hidingfromyou wrote:
<quoted text>
If true, there'd be a brain area for interpreting this data.
<quoted text>
In need of some tin foil to boost reception.
Could use a little jiggling around to aim her right, too.
Thanks.:-)
I'm sure you have plenty to spare.

These days, they use aluminum foil.

Do you really have some tin? I need some solder for my washer hookup. Nah, I'll just go to Lowes.

“Quantum Junctn: Use Both Lanes”

Since: Dec 06

Tulsa, Oklahoma USofA

#174993 Aug 18, 2013
River Tam wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm sure you have plenty to spare.
These days, they use aluminum foil.
Do you really have some tin? I need some solder for my washer hookup. Nah, I'll just go to Lowes.
I saw some leadfoil once.

It was kinda cool-- slippery stuff, but as delicate as spiderwebbing.

But the last time I saw real Tinfoil? Was on an ancient Xmas tree when I was very young-- at my gran'mas house. Genuine tin strips-- not aluminum, not the modern mylar-plastic.

It was pretty cool to play with, way back then... I used to carefully fold the ends together to see now long of a strip I could make before it broke under it's own weight.

“e pluribus unum”

Since: Dec 10

primus inter pares

#174994 Aug 19, 2013
Dave Nelson wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =tHJKKdEo8TQXX
The sailing rocks in California. Big rocks that move by themselves, and pretty straight.
Read some of the stupid theories such as wind and ice. In the league of log rollers for pyramid building.
Pure EM and piezoelectric effect. The piezoelectric vibrates the sand, breaking friction. However, there is something above or below steering it, perhaps even tidal forces.
You can push megatons horizontally if you have no friction. You just have to overcome inertia.
That's amazing Dave who would have ever guessed that?
Bur you have one slight problem with your hypothesis, and it's pretty hard to deny. It's been solved exactly how they move
and caught on video.

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

Royston, UK

#174995 Aug 19, 2013
No.
Dave Nelson wrote:
<quoted text>
That was quite a deviation from the subject.

“A sentient umbrella speaks”

Since: Mar 11

Some stable somewhere

#174996 Aug 19, 2013
Dave Nelson wrote:
<quoted text>
Jeez, girl, there is. The same damn one that reacts to sunlight and cold as I described.
Read my lips.
You tune a lot of things out thinking they are just noise once you get a routine going.
The piezoelectric effect produces sound and magnetic emissions.
Those vibrators are bad for you. Too intense. Kills sensuality and the ability to sense low levels.
I'll be honest, Dave, I don't really read your posts. I find the insanity too much for me. I just can't get into them. I see you poeticizing, again, about EM waves and the letters become abstract painting for me.

It's the only way I can deal with how nonsensical your posts are. Sorry if that bothers you.

“A sentient umbrella speaks”

Since: Mar 11

Some stable somewhere

#174997 Aug 19, 2013
River Tam wrote:
<quoted text>
You are an antenna.
Is this an ad for a 1980's Atari game?

“A sentient umbrella speaks”

Since: Mar 11

Some stable somewhere

#174998 Aug 19, 2013
Thinking wrote:
No.
<quoted text>
No?

Since: Sep 08

Lamar, CO

#174999 Aug 19, 2013
Aura Mytha wrote:
<quoted text>
That's amazing Dave who would have ever guessed that?
Bur you have one slight problem with your hypothesis, and it's pretty hard to deny. It's been solved exactly how they move
and caught on video.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =u1hoiHvOeGcXX
I didn't see any evidence on that video. Just some water and allegations. It should be quite easy to video that method.

Notice the straight lines. Note the zig zags. If it was ice you would have a fixed pattern radiating out from that lake, and after all of these eons you would think it had pretty much cleared the loose boulders, especially since the lake would be downhill from the rocks. All of those rocks would have been dragged to the lake. The dragging would also require the rocks to be embedded in the ice, or gravity caused slippage towards the lake as I mentioned. Some more photos and details of the tracks would be nice. It appeared from what I saw that the rocks also seemed to travel lengthwise along their tracks.

Easter Island or one of those places has a legend about carved stone idols moving to the sea to get a drink of water.

Had a friend that spent time as a freelance mineral miner in Australia. He related to me about how you can find gold nuggets some places in the sand. They just rise up out of the sand over time from what I gathered. Hell, I have bottle caps and glass that rise up out of the ground where I live overnight. I suspect the gold is rising due to vibrating sand and magnetic forces. EM induction creating poles and pushing the objects in the path of least resistance, which will be up. How else will you get something heavy to overcome gravity on its own? Water would just allow it to sink deeper. Subsidence could squeeze it back up, but you still have that weight pushing down and spreading to the sides that would then rise higher.

EM effects, son. EM effects. Play with those magnets and rocks.

Since: Sep 08

Lamar, CO

#175000 Aug 19, 2013


Aura, from the same guy that posted your Youtube vid about the rocks and the water. Dirt falling up.

I will reserve judgment on authenticity, but I do know anomalies happen.

Which brings up a point.

Anomalies don't just "happen", they are caused.

“e pluribus unum”

Since: Dec 10

primus inter pares

#175001 Aug 19, 2013
Dave Nelson wrote:
<quoted text>
I didn't see any evidence on that video. Just some water and allegations. It should be quite easy to video that method.
Notice the straight lines. Note the zig zags. If it was ice you would have a fixed pattern radiating out from that lake, and after all of these eons you would think it had pretty much cleared the loose boulders, especially since the lake would be downhill from the rocks. All of those rocks would have been dragged to the lake. The dragging would also require the rocks to be embedded in the ice, or gravity caused slippage towards the lake as I mentioned. Some more photos and details of the tracks would be nice. It appeared from what I saw that the rocks also seemed to travel lengthwise along their tracks.
Easter Island or one of those places has a legend about carved stone idols moving to the sea to get a drink of water.
Had a friend that spent time as a freelance mineral miner in Australia. He related to me about how you can find gold nuggets some places in the sand. They just rise up out of the sand over time from what I gathered. Hell, I have bottle caps and glass that rise up out of the ground where I live overnight. I suspect the gold is rising due to vibrating sand and magnetic forces. EM induction creating poles and pushing the objects in the path of least resistance, which will be up. How else will you get something heavy to overcome gravity on its own? Water would just allow it to sink deeper. Subsidence could squeeze it back up, but you still have that weight pushing down and spreading to the sides that would then rise higher.
EM effects, son. EM effects. Play with those magnets and rocks.
At the end , you can see where it moved a little because it pushed up dirt in front of it an you could see a line starting behind it. At the very end it shows where a small one moved a pretty good bit.

“e pluribus unum”

Since: Dec 10

primus inter pares

#175002 Aug 19, 2013
Dave Nelson wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =vSS5hRdHkgQXX
Aura, from the same guy that posted your Youtube vid about the rocks and the water. Dirt falling up.
I will reserve judgment on authenticity, but I do know anomalies happen.
Which brings up a point.
Anomalies don't just "happen", they are caused.
http://www.livescience.com/37492-sailing-ston...

Since: Sep 08

Lamar, CO

#175003 Aug 19, 2013
Aura Mytha wrote:
<quoted text>
At the end , you can see where it moved a little because it pushed up dirt in front of it an you could see a line starting behind it. At the very end it shows where a small one moved a pretty good bit.
Did you notice all of the might and could in the article you posted? Did you notice in your video them saying the movement has still not been witnessed?

You do understand dirt pushed up in front indicates a serious amount of friction? Which requires increasing force to push as that builds up? The rock has to climb over that buildup. Because of that friction you will also have the rock wiggle as it is blown, encountering various resistances due to its shape and weight distribution. You also have the wind trying to orient the rock to pass by it with the least resistance. The rock is a sail. And it take a lot more wind to blow a 400 pound rock than a small one in a Tupperware container pulled out of the freezer. In addition shallow water that freezes briefly overnight does not a glacier make.

The piezoelectric effect gives bouyancy to the rock because it fights the friction from the increased individual magnetic fields of the sand grains and provides a viscosity. A magnetic lubricant. That is what lubricants do. They don't squash so easy on the molecular level. Ball bearings.

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#175004 Aug 19, 2013
Dave Nelson wrote:
<quoted text>
I didn't see any evidence on that video.
Of course you didn't see any evidence - you're a Creationist idiot who doesn't believe in fossils!!

Why are you even talking when you can't even prove your f*cking god your cult keeps sending you here to lie about?

Just prove your god or f*ck off? Why do we have to keep spelling it out for you ignorant people again and again?

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#175005 Aug 19, 2013
Dave Nelson wrote:
<quoted text>
Did you notice all of the might and could in the article you posted? Did you notice in your video them saying the movement has still not been witnessed?
You do understand dirt pushed up in front indicates a serious amount of friction? Which requires increasing force to push as that builds up? The rock has to climb over that buildup. Because of that friction you will also have the rock wiggle as it is blown, encountering various resistances due to its shape and weight distribution. You also have the wind trying to orient the rock to pass by it with the least resistance. The rock is a sail. And it take a lot more wind to blow a 400 pound rock than a small one in a Tupperware container pulled out of the freezer. In addition shallow water that freezes briefly overnight does not a glacier make.
The piezoelectric effect gives bouyancy to the rock because it fights the friction from the increased individual magnetic fields of the sand grains and provides a viscosity. A magnetic lubricant. That is what lubricants do. They don't squash so easy on the molecular level. Ball bearings.
1. Prove your god.
2. Critcise science.

In that order and no other.

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