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“Quantum Junctn: Use Both Lanes”

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Mar 28, 2013
 
spidersandsnakes wrote:
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The remains of sodom in gomoroh and sorounding cities are in ashes.
Nope. No such a place exists--except in the lies people told you when you were both young and stupid.

Now that you're not young? Alas... you're still stupid...

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Mar 28, 2013
 
spidersandsnakes wrote:
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I wish it was fantasy but it is not. The people and nations mentioned in the bible behave the same way they do now.
BS.

Here-- let me prove it: quote me a verse that describes ANY nation in either North America or South America.

Or heck, even Central America.

We would even accept ANY Pacific Island country, including (but not limited to) Australia or Antarctica.

No?

Well... how about Japan? Korea? Either one will do... no? Vietnam? Hong Kong?

Still a bust?

Okay, okay, how about Siberia? China?

Still nothing?

How... sad.

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Mar 28, 2013
 
Carchar king wrote:
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You think his humiliating himself, but he is actually being a lot more intelligent than you.
Only if by "intelligent" you actually mean "trying to pass off old fairy tales as reality" then, sure, why not?

After all-- ignorance IS highly praised by your bible, is it not?

The first sorry tale in your book, is one of REMAIN IGNORANT OR DIE.

What an ugly god you worship.

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Mar 28, 2013
 
Carchar king wrote:
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Right back at ya.
Aaah.... I see you are busy trying to increase your ignorance, to earn Special Bible Brownie Points

LOL!

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#2963
Mar 28, 2013
 
She'll probably say oh read the bad things mentioned in the bible and look bad things sometimes happen!

Proof!

Lol :))
Bob of Quantum-Faith wrote:
<quoted text>BS.

Here-- let me prove it: quote me a verse that describes ANY nation in either North America or South America.

Or heck, even Central America.

We would even accept ANY Pacific Island country, including (but not limited to) Australia or Antarctica.

No?

Well... how about Japan? Korea? Either one will do... no? Vietnam? Hong Kong?

Still a bust?

Okay, okay, how about Siberia? China?

Still nothing?

How... sad.

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Mar 28, 2013
 
-Skeptic- wrote:
<quoted text>F*ck you live in a fantasy game world.
Are You going to start a "I'm back" thread?

Or how about a "I'm a lying turd" thread to go along with your farewell thread?

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Mar 28, 2013
 
Bob of Quantum-Faith wrote:
<quoted text>Still waiting for this... ahem .. "proof"...

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... what? You still don't have any?

Figures.
Rather then crickets could you try holding your breath?

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Mar 28, 2013
 
Givemeliberty wrote:
<quoted text>She'll probably say oh read the bad things mentioned in the bible and look bad things sometimes happen!

Proof!

Lol :))
Speaking of proof........
Khatru wrote:
<quoted text>Atheists believe there are no gods.
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Khatru:
"Atheists believe there are no gods."

Bingo!!

A positive belief!!
As in Religion!

A positive assertion in a belief put the burden of proof on "you" that there is no gods!

This is a perfect example of an Atheist that DOES believe there is no God.

Not an atheist that has an absence of all believe.

Merriam-Webster
athe·ist\ˈā-thē-ist\
noun
: one who believes that there is no deity

Point proven!

To easy.

LOL

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Mar 28, 2013
 
Misquoting people offers proof? Not believing in something means you simply do not buy it. So if you told a huckster that you didn't believe in his magic gold tree growing seeds you would be expected to prove magic seeds don't work?

Sorry it just doesn't work that way and you know it. Provide observable proof for god or you have nothing.
Langoliers wrote:
<quoted text>Speaking of proof........

Khatru wrote, "<quoted text>Atheists believe there are no gods.
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Khatru:
"Atheists believe there are no gods."

Bingo!!

A positive belief!!
As in Religion!

A positive assertion in a belief put the burden of proof on "you" that there is no gods!

This is a perfect example of an Atheist that DOES believe there is no God.

Not an atheist that has an absence of all believe.

Merriam-Webster
athe·ist\ˈā-thē-is t\
noun
: one who believes that there is no deity

Point proven!

To easy.

LOL

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Givemeliberty wrote:
<quoted text>Misquoting people offers proof? Not believing in something means you simply do not buy it. So if you told a huckster that you didn't believe in his magic gold tree growing seeds you would be expected to prove magic seeds don't work?

Sorry it just doesn't work that way and you know it. Provide observable proof for god or you have nothing.
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Khatru wrote:
<quoted text>Atheists believe there are no gods.

Note the plural, wetpants.
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"Misquoting people offers proof? "
Where is the misquote?
Another atheist lie, Go Figure!

Khatru:
"Atheists believe there are no gods."

Bingo!!

A positive belief!!
As in Religion!

A positive assertion in a belief put the burden of proof on "you" that there is no gods!

This is a perfect example of an Atheist that DOES believe there is no God.

Not an atheist that has an absence of all believe.

Merriam-Webster
athe·ist\ˈā-thē-ist\
noun
: one who believes that there is no deity

Point proven!

To easy.

LOL

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Mar 29, 2013
 
Givemeliberty wrote:
Misquoting people offers proof? Not believing in something means you simply do not buy it. So if you told a huckster that you didn't believe in his magic gold tree growing seeds you would be expected to prove magic seeds don't work?
Sorry it just doesn't work that way and you know it. Provide observable proof for god or you have nothing.
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Technically, an atheist can have beliefs; it's just that these are always evidential-beliefs, such as belief that the earth will continue to rotate during the subjective night, revealing the sun in the morning.

That >is< belief, after all-- there is no 100% certainty that the earth will continue to rotate.

But it is also >>evidence<<-based belief: daily experience has demonstrated a regular pattern of night/day.

In direct contrast to 100% imaginary-belief. Such as what Langy demonstrates every time he tries to prove he is ... conscious.

And belief in gods, naturally.

These two sorts of belief are similar--but not the same.

In the former case, it's based on facts and observed reality.

In the latter, it's bases 100% on lies: that there are gods (for example).

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Mar 29, 2013
 
Langoliers wrote:
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"<quoted text>"
"Misquoting people offers proof? "
Where is the misquote?
Another atheist lie, Go Figure!
Khatru:
"Atheists believe there are no gods."
Bingo!!
A positive belief!!
As in Religion!
A positive assertion in a belief put the burden of proof on "you" that there is no gods!
This is a perfect example of an Atheist that DOES believe there is no God.
Not an atheist that has an absence of all believe.
Merriam-Webster
athe·ist\ˈā-thē-ist\
noun
: one who believes that there is no deity
Point proven!
To easy.
LOL
Again?

We see Langy deliberately miss-quoting someone (lie), and deliberately confusing two different types of belief as the same (another kind of lie), and ...

... desperately trying to prove he isn't insanely stupid (which it is clear that he is insanely stupid).

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Langoliers wrote:
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"<quoted text>"
"Misquoting people offers proof? "
Where is the misquote?
Another atheist lie, Go Figure!
Khatru:
"Atheists believe there are no gods."
Bingo!!
A positive belief!!
As in Religion!
A positive assertion in a belief put the burden of proof on "you" that there is no gods!
This is a perfect example of an Atheist that DOES believe there is no God.
Not an atheist that has an absence of all believe.
Merriam-Webster
athe·ist\ˈā-thē-ist\
noun
: one who believes that there is no deity
Point proven!
To easy.
LOL
From your link:

How did the kangaroos get from Mount Ararat to Australia?

There were no kangaroos in Noah's barge. Kangaroos are not mentioned in Genesis nor in Deuteronomy 14:4-18 where the kinds of clean and unclean animals are listed.

ROFLMAO!!

Now. While I calm down, tell us again how the Grand Canyon i so vast that it could only have been formed by a cataclysmic flood designed to kill every living thing on this planet.

The floor is yours.....

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Khatru wrote:
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From your link:
How did the kangaroos get from Mount Ararat to Australia?
There were no kangaroos in Noah's barge. Kangaroos are not mentioned in Genesis nor in Deuteronomy 14:4-18 where the kinds of clean and unclean animals are listed.
ROFLMAO!!
Now. While I calm down, tell us again how the Grand Canyon i so vast that it could only have been formed by a cataclysmic flood designed to kill every living thing on this planet.
The floor is yours.....
go a head and explane how the Colorado formed the Grand Canyon flowing up hill....I turn the floor over to the puppet boy
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Mar 29, 2013
 
It's "ahead".
Langoliers wrote:
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go a head and explane how the Colorado formed the Grand Canyon flowing up hill....I turn the floor over to the puppet boy

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Mar 29, 2013
 
Langoliers wrote:
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go a head and explane how the Colorado formed the Grand Canyon flowing up hill....I turn the floor over to the puppet boy
It didn't flow up hill. It flowed downhill and the land rose, so the river cut into it.

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Mar 29, 2013
 
Exactly. Atheists are people of reason who are merely not believing in these harmful, destructive god claims until they can be verified.
Bob of Quantum-Faith wrote:
<quoted text>Technically, an atheist can have beliefs; it's just that these are always evidential-beliefs, such as belief that the earth will continue to rotate during the subjective night, revealing the sun in the morning.

That >is< belief, after all-- there is no 100% certainty that the earth will continue to rotate.

But it is also >>evidence<<-based belief: daily experience has demonstrated a regular pattern of night/day.

In direct contrast to 100% imaginary-belief. Such as what Langy demonstrates every time he tries to prove he is ... conscious.

And belief in gods, naturally.

These two sorts of belief are similar--but not the same.

In the former case, it's based on facts and observed reality.

In the latter, it's bases 100% on lies: that there are gods (for example).

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Mar 29, 2013
 
Can anyone say low IQ?
Langoliers wrote:
<quoted text>go a head and explane how the Colorado formed the Grand Canyon flowing up hill....I turn the floor over to the puppet boy
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Mar 29, 2013
 
"Low IQ."

:D
Givemeliberty wrote:
Can anyone say low IQ?
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Mar 29, 2013
 
Langoliers wrote:
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go a head and explane how the Colorado formed the Grand Canyon flowing up hill....I turn the floor over to the puppet boy
The Colorado River never flowed uphill.

I'm no geologist but here's an answer for you about how the Grand Canyon was formed.

http://www.bobspixels.com/kaibab.org/geology/...

It's a good answer as there's no mention of it being formed because of an angry god killing everyone because beings from the spirit world impregnated human females with evil DNA.

ROFLMAO!!

What about the even bigger flood that took place on Mars?

Don't tell me you haven't heard of that one.

Allow me to enlighten you:

The Valles Marineris on Mars is a canyon that's more than 4,000 miles long, 120 miles wide and 23,000 ft deep. In other words it positively dwarfs the Grand Canyon.

You believe that only a worldwide flood could have created something as huge as the Grand Canyon.

No doubt you also believe that life on Mars must have really pissed off your god for him to drown everything in his Martian flood.

After all, how else could a canyon far greater than the Grand Canyon have been formed?

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