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

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#233485 Jul 25, 2014
"But I certainly know there are higher forces and intelligences behind this movie we are in."

As individual players.

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#233486 Jul 25, 2014
Aura Mytha wrote:
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Tell us about Behe and Meyer prove Irreducible bullshittery is proving science wrong bucktooth. Maybe they can explain the big bang for you.
Behe and Meyer have never attempted to prove science wrong.

They have questioned some propositions scientists have made, and attempted to improve them.

That's supposed to be an important aspect of doing science. You expose here your disdain for science, while claiming to support it. Your disdain is based on belief. You are a religious fanatic.

Furthermore, a stupid fuck like you, who does not even understand what you say, should exhibit a bit more humility in addressing people like Meyer and Behe who actually contribute to knowledge.

You can't carry their shorts, and your critique of them deserves mocking.

I volunteer.

“Seventh son”

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#233487 Jul 25, 2014
Buck Crick wrote:
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Behe and Meyer have never attempted to prove science wrong.
They have questioned some propositions scientists have made, and attempted to improve them.
That's supposed to be an important aspect of doing science. You expose here your disdain for science, while claiming to support it. Your disdain is based on belief. You are a religious fanatic.
Furthermore, a stupid fuck like you, who does not even understand what you say, should exhibit a bit more humility in addressing people like Meyer and Behe who actually contribute to knowledge.
You can't carry their shorts, and your critique of them deserves mocking.
I volunteer.
As usual, you are 2 f&^king funny.
Patrick

United States

#233488 Jul 25, 2014
Eight state constitutions include restrictions on people who don’t believe in a supreme being. In Arkansas, denying the existence of God means you can’t hold civil office or testify in court, while in Tennessee there are also guidelines about belief in the hereafter.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/govbeat/w...

“Seventh son”

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#233489 Jul 25, 2014
Dave Nelson wrote:
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Boy, I have been tracing this schematic of the distribution of force for over 30 years, and have learned to look up on occasion to stay focused on it. It can get easy getting lost in one of the parallel circuits, including the one you create yourself. I understand your quantum mechanics.
I use the term EM purely for convention, the same force distribution is patterned and reflected in the movement of mass. There is a packetizing of that force. Your limitations in understandiing what I have been posting on here for over 3 years have caused you to see only refrigerator magnets and Bible reading. That is because you are in a rabbit hole.
You have undoubtedy read more of the Bible than I have. I have browsed it, but have not "studied" it. The same goes for other religious works, modern scientific stuff, and a wide variety of other aspects of the living experience. I pick out patterns and processes. I have also functioned for a while as a very conscious, albeit highly modified, consciousness totally disconnected from mass and energy as you know it. I can give you a description of how it is when that Higg's boson is switched off. I can give you a description of some of what you have been posting re infinity, transversing time and space and related items from first hand experience. And I still don't have the ultimate answer, and never will in this manifestation. But you should notice from what I post I have a certain transcendance of this manifested existence. And I certainly don't propose a skydaddy as you understand one to be, and thus react to. That is an issue you have to resolve within yourself. But I certainly know there are higher forces and intelligences behind this movie we are in.
You are focused straight ahead as a material creature. It goes with the territory of the local physics. A car with headlights in total darkness. You can't see the road you are traveling or the landscape out of the beams. When those beams go out you will see things differently.
Your Superforce has some merit, but it is a goddidit. Figure how you got that granularity for that expansion and condensation and formation of forces, how you can have that high heat without a force being applied to it, and a few other aspects of it. Right now you are preaching magic.
Poly showed you to a be a dunce, especially when we talk QM.
The cosmological event horizon operating within general relativity, shows space to be infinite. It doesn't matter how much you protest it.
The only way the universe would ever become finite , is if it were to stop expanding faster than light. But instead of slowing down, it is speeding up over time and over distance.
It's expansion is exponential and is absolutely making the universe infinite.

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#233490 Jul 25, 2014
Aura Mytha wrote:
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Poly showed you to a be a dunce, especially when we talk QM.
The cosmological event horizon operating within general relativity, shows space to be infinite. It doesn't matter how much you protest it.
The only way the universe would ever become finite , is if it were to stop expanding faster than light. But instead of slowing down, it is speeding up over time and over distance.
It's expansion is exponential and is absolutely making the universe infinite.
This is great work.

Now, not only do you claim the finite becomes infinite, you are saying the infinite can become finite again.

An infinite distance (expansion) can become a finite distance.

An ifinite quantity, divided by any number you choose, will still be infinite.

You are offering the absurd notion that traversing an infinite distance depends on speeding up or slowing down.

Both speeds are finite. The elapsed time is finite.(13.8 billion years)

How you multiply two finites and get infinity is a mystery.

I won't ask you to explain it again, as it is obvious you don't have the slightest understanding of what you are saying, not even the understanding of an infant.

You are a religious nut. A fruitcake of theology. You were kidnapped by a cult and brainwashed.

You now stumble around on Topix with a glazed stare, a robe, and bones through your nose.

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#233491 Jul 25, 2014
Aura Mytha wrote:
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Poly showed you to a be a dunce, especially when we talk QM.
The cosmological event horizon operating within general relativity, shows space to be infinite. It doesn't matter how much you protest it.
The only way the universe would ever become finite , is if it were to stop expanding faster than light. But instead of slowing down, it is speeding up over time and over distance.
It's expansion is exponential and is absolutely making the universe infinite.
Poly said the number of bacteria on earth is infinite.

Poly said you can divide a 10' stick into infinite segments of positive length.(that would fill the entire solar system with wood)

Poly said the only test for death is rotting of the corpse.

Poly is an idiot. So are you.

“Seventh son”

Since: Dec 10

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#233492 Jul 25, 2014
Buck Crick wrote:
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This is great work.
Now, not only do you claim the finite becomes infinite, you are saying the infinite can become finite again.
An infinite distance (expansion) can become a finite distance.
An ifinite quantity, divided by any number you choose, will still be infinite.
You are offering the absurd notion that traversing an infinite distance depends on speeding up or slowing down.
Both speeds are finite. The elapsed time is finite.(13.8 billion years)
How you multiply two finites and get infinity is a mystery.
I won't ask you to explain it again, as it is obvious you don't have the slightest understanding of what you are saying, not even the understanding of an infant.
You are a religious nut. A fruitcake of theology. You were kidnapped by a cult and brainwashed.
You now stumble around on Topix with a glazed stare, a robe, and bones through your nose.
You are sharp as a nerf sword and as brilliant as a donut.

“Seventh son”

Since: Dec 10

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#233493 Jul 25, 2014
Buck Crick wrote:
<quoted text>
This is great work.
Now, not only do you claim the finite becomes infinite, you are saying the infinite can become finite again.
An infinite distance (expansion) can become a finite distance.
An ifinite quantity, divided by any number you choose, will still be infinite.
You are offering the absurd notion that traversing an infinite distance depends on speeding up or slowing down.
Both speeds are finite. The elapsed time is finite.(13.8 billion years)
How you multiply two finites and get infinity is a mystery.
I won't ask you to explain it again, as it is obvious you don't have the slightest understanding of what you are saying, not even the understanding of an infant.
You are a religious nut. A fruitcake of theology. You were kidnapped by a cult and brainwashed.
You now stumble around on Topix with a glazed stare, a robe, and bones through your nose.
http://www.astro.ucla.edu/~wright/infpoint.ht...

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#233494 Jul 25, 2014
Aura Mytha wrote:
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You are sharp as a nerf sword and as brilliant as a donut.
Did you forget a donut is infinite in length?

Since: Sep 10

Fremont, CA

#233495 Jul 25, 2014
Buck Crick wrote:
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Stalin was motivated by atheism. The historical record is clear. He sought a god-free Russia. He put cabinet agencies in place for the advancement of atheism, and presided over cleansing of religion.
Hitler was motivated by Darwinism. He regarded Jews as propagators of inferior genes and endeavored to give natural selection a turbo-boost. He was also motivated by a hatred of Judaism and Christianity. Whether he believed in some type of god, or was atheist, is debatable.
Wrong.

Wrong.

There's no point in belaboring what has already been discussed at length. You are too suborn to listen anyway.

Since: Sep 10

Fremont, CA

#233496 Jul 25, 2014
Buck Crick wrote:
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What was his hate for Christians based on?
Fashion taste?
Great rebuttal.

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#233497 Jul 25, 2014
Catcher1 wrote:
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Wrong.
Wrong.
There's no point in belaboring what has already been discussed at length. You are too suborn to listen anyway.


Not so. I have listened to all the arguments.

My argument is in agreement with known facts.

The arguments you refer to are in contradiction with facts.

Stalin's genocide was motivated by atheism.

Hitler's genocide was motivated by Darwinism.

It's settled history.

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#233498 Jul 25, 2014
Catcher1 wrote:
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Great rebuttal.
It wasn't presented as a rebuttal.

It was a question.

The punctuation should have been a giveaway.(?)

Have you ever looked at a trial transcript?

(that was also a question)(?)

As an attorney you have to be alert to clues like question marks.

“Seventh son”

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#233499 Jul 25, 2014
Buck Crick wrote:
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Did you forget a donut is infinite in length?
There is no event horizon around a donut, but it does have a hole.
You could wear it like a halo while you pretend.

“Seventh son”

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#233500 Jul 25, 2014
Buck Crick wrote:
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Not so. I have listened to all the arguments.
My argument is in agreement with known facts.
The arguments you refer to are in contradiction with facts.
Stalin's genocide was motivated by atheism.
Hitler's genocide was motivated by Darwinism.
It's settled history.
More of Bucks belief system.
Are you wearing your donut?
Patrick

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#233501 Jul 25, 2014
In his boldest move yet to address the immigration crisis, on Thursday Texas Governor Rick Perry dispatched the Dallas Cowboys to the United States’ border with Mexico.

In a photo opportunity with the Cowboys and several of the team’s cheerleaders, Perry explained the rationale behind his latest decision.“Those who would cross our borders illegally will have to contend with the power and fury of America’s Team,” he said.

Critics of the move dismissed it as political theatre, noting that once the Cowboys arrived at the border it was unclear what they would do there.

Additionally, there were questions about how effective the Cowboys would be in stopping illegal immigrants, since the team has the worst-ranked defense in the N.F.L.

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#233502 Jul 25, 2014
Patrick wrote:
In his boldest move yet to address the immigration crisis, on Thursday Texas Governor Rick Perry dispatched the Dallas Cowboys to the United States’ border with Mexico.
In a photo opportunity with the Cowboys and several of the team’s cheerleaders, Perry explained the rationale behind his latest decision.“Those who would cross our borders illegally will have to contend with the power and fury of America’s Team,” he said.
Critics of the move dismissed it as political theatre, noting that once the Cowboys arrived at the border it was unclear what they would do there.
Additionally, there were questions about how effective the Cowboys would be in stopping illegal immigrants, since the team has the worst-ranked defense in the N.F.L.
Nancy Pelosi was there momentarily.

She had to leave abruptly, as she was frightening the children.

One child was heard saying, "That woman's face looks like a saddle!"

Another child said, "Why does her face look like it's being pushed through a hole in a screen door?"

Yet another said, "Why does she bat her eyes and walk sideways?"

Miss Pelosi is reported to have the second-worse facejob in the history of plastic surgery. It is second only to John Kerry, whose doctor, strangely, did makeup for the Adam's Family character "Lurch".

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#233503 Jul 25, 2014
Aura Mytha wrote:
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There is no event horizon around a donut, but it does have a hole.
You could wear it like a halo while you pretend.
Why does a donut have no event horizon?

What about when it's expanding while baking?

If you forget to measure the donut's expansion, it it infinite?

Bwhahahahahhahahahahhahahhahha haaaa///

Since: Sep 10

Fremont, CA

#233505 Jul 25, 2014
Buck Crick wrote:
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It wasn't presented as a rebuttal.
It was a question.
The punctuation should have been a giveaway.(?)
Have you ever looked at a trial transcript?
(that was also a question)(?)
As an attorney you have to be alert to clues like question marks.
"Fashion taste?" was perhaps grammatically a question, given the question mark. But it was not intended to elicit an answer, as real questions are.

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