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“My name is Trunks...”

Since: Jun 10

the alternate future

#108 Jul 10, 2013
God is a myth, and nothing in the Bible is factual enough for us to say that he is real. Most of it is a conglomeration of a bunch of other myths.

Since: Feb 13

Los Angeles, CA

#109 Jul 11, 2013
Lelouch0 wrote:
God is a myth, and nothing in the Bible is factual enough for us to say that he is real. Most of it is a conglomeration of a bunch of other myths.
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Carl Segan said that the BB was also a myth and Michio Kako said that the BB theory could fall any time as Cosmology evolves. Nevertheless, atheists worship the BB like Christians worship Jesus.

“My name is Trunks...”

Since: Jun 10

the alternate future

#110 Jul 11, 2013
Shibolet wrote:
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Carl Segan said that the BB was also a myth and Michio Kaku said that the BB theory could fall any time as Cosmology evolves. Nevertheless, atheists worship the BB like Christians worship Jesus.
The BB theory isn't even considered to be an accurate theory anymore. I don't worship anything. I just rationalize and try to validate things I've been taught to believe, things that I once believed, and if they seem silly and don't make sense, then yes I discard them.

Since: Jun 07

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#111 Jul 11, 2013
Shibolet wrote:
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Carl Segan said that the BB was also a myth and Michio Kako said that the BB theory could fall any time as Cosmology evolves. Nevertheless, atheists worship the BB like Christians worship Jesus.
Atheists don't worship the big bang/

Is it not enough to lie to us about your god, now you must lie about atheists too..

Weak. Immoral. Cowards.

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#112 Jul 11, 2013
even the way your lot pray, was copied from the hindus
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Carl Segan said that the BB was also a myth and Michio Kako said that the BB theory could fall any time as Cosmology evolves. Nevertheless, atheists worship the BB like Christians worship Jesus.
Amused

West Tisbury, MA

#113 Jul 12, 2013
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And all came right out of the hat of the magician? Try again.
Says the guy who posits that an *invisible* magician poofed it all into existence, completely unaware of the irony.

Since: Feb 13

Tarzana, CA

#114 Jul 12, 2013
Lelouch0 wrote:
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The BB theory isn't even considered to be an accurate theory anymore. I don't worship anything. I just rationalize and try to validate things I've been taught to believe, things that I once believed, and if they seem silly and don't make sense, then yes I discard them.
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A question for you then: Since it is impossible that the universe caused itself to exist, the Primal Cause is implied. How silly does this statement sound and if so, how do you rationalize it?

Since: Feb 13

Tarzana, CA

#115 Jul 12, 2013
-Skeptic- wrote:
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Atheists don't worship the big bang/
Is it not enough to lie to us about your god, now you must lie about atheists too..
Weak. Immoral. Cowards.
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I think you need to see a Psychiatrist.

Since: Feb 13

Tarzana, CA

#116 Jul 12, 2013
Amused wrote:
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Says the guy who posits that an *invisible* magician poofed it all into existence, completely unaware of the irony.
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Do you know what then "poofed" all out into existence? No, I don't know sir. The only thing I know is that when I was born every thing
was already "poofed" out. Then what kind of atheistic gospel are you trying to preach? That the BB "poofed" every thing out of nowhere. No something? You are wasting our time.
amused

Lowell, MA

#117 Jul 12, 2013
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Do you know what then "poofed" all out into existence? No, I don't know sir. The only thing I know is that when I was born every thing
was already "poofed" out. Then what kind of atheistic gospel are you trying to preach? That the BB "poofed" every thing out of nowhere. No something? You are wasting our time.
as I've said before, science does not yet know the answer to how the universe began. It may, at some point. Then again, it may never reach the answer. Do I personally think the Big Bang is the answer to everything? No. I know that there is debate about it among people who put much more time into studying it than I would consider a good use of my time. Truthfully, I really don't much care about the Big Bang, Quantum mechanics, string theory and the rest of the scientific debate. Whatever's at the bottom of that well, it isn't likely to be the biblical deity, or any other deity. That's enough of an answer for my purposes. I at least have the sense not to pretend I know more about science than I do. Unlike some folks I could name.

Since: Feb 13

Tarzana, CA

#118 Jul 13, 2013
amused wrote:
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as I've said before, science does not yet know the answer to how the universe began. It may, at some point. Then again, it may never reach the answer. Do I personally think the Big Bang is the answer to everything? No. I know that there is debate about it among people who put much more time into studying it than I would consider a good use of my time. Truthfully, I really don't much care about the Big Bang, Quantum mechanics, string theory and the rest of the scientific debate. Whatever's at the bottom of that well, it isn't likely to be the biblical deity, or any other deity. That's enough of an answer for my purposes. I at least have the sense not to pretend I know more about science than I do. Unlike some folks I could name.
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Since you and no one else know anything for sure about the origin of the universe, how about giving the Biblical deity the benefit of the doubt? Albeit a very small probability but still a probability. Are you afraid of the rain of atheistic darts on your head?

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#119 Jul 14, 2013
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I think you need to see a Psychiatrist.
You can try to insult me as much as you like, but you got it wrong & lied: Atheists don't worship the big bang.

You're a coward with no proof of god and lying about atheists isn't going to make you look any more smarter.

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#120 Jul 14, 2013
Shibolet wrote:
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Since you and no one else know anything for sure about the origin of the universe, how about giving the Biblical deity the benefit of the doubt? Albeit a very small probability but still a probability. Are you afraid of the rain of atheistic darts on your head?
When you're brave enough to prove the god you're lying about, you opinions about atheists may matter more.

Just prove your god, there's a good little troll.

Since: Jun 13

Milwaukee, WI

#121 Jul 14, 2013
Shibolet wrote:
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I think you need to see a Psychiatrist.
so the person that makes the most sense needs to see a phychiatrist? what of upside down world do you live in lol
Amused

Lowell, MA

#122 Jul 15, 2013
Shibolet wrote:
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Since you and no one else know anything for sure about the origin of the universe, how about giving the Biblical deity the benefit of the doubt? Albeit a very small probability but still a probability. Are you afraid of the rain of atheistic darts on your head?
OK. The biblical deity has about as much probablity of being true as Russell's teapot. Both are theoretically possible, and can't be conclusively disproved, but are so unlikely that a reasonable person would certainly not order their life around the possibility of either being true. No reason to fear anything. Most atheists are around a 6 on Dawkins' continuum of belief vs. unbelief, with 1 being absolute unquestioning belief and 7 being absolute, uncompromising disbelief. Meaning, to most of us, your deity is theoretically possible, just highly unlikely.

Since: Feb 13

Los Angeles, CA

#123 Jul 15, 2013
ignorance is bliss86 wrote:
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so the person that makes the most sense needs to see a phychiatrist? what of upside down world do you live in lol
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He needs to see a Psychiatrist because of his frustration at the success of the Jewish People and now he is experienced one whom he is having a hard time to answer his questions. Then he pours himself out in ad hominem in the hope to pent up his frustrations.
Thinking

Lymington, UK

#124 Jul 16, 2013
I think you define success in a very narrow way.

For instance, I love living in my peaceful country.
Shibolet wrote:
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He needs to see a Psychiatrist because of his frustration at the success of the Jewish People and now he is experienced one whom he is having a hard time to answer his questions. Then he pours himself out in ad hominem in the hope to pent up his frustrations.

Since: Feb 13

Tarzana, CA

#125 Jul 17, 2013
Thinking wrote:
I think you define success in a very narrow way.
For instance, I love living in my peaceful country.
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Peaceful or not it is my country, and just for being my country, it
is a land of milk and honey.
Thinking

Lymington, UK

#126 Jul 17, 2013
Honey and bacon are a match made in heaven.
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Peaceful or not it is my country, and just for being my country, it
is a land of milk and honey.

Since: Feb 13

Los Angeles, CA

#127 Jul 18, 2013
Thinking wrote:
Honey and bacon are a match made in heaven.
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Thanks but not thanks. You can keep the bacon. Our food is kosher.

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