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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#138179 Nov 16, 2012
Eagle12 wrote:
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Oh hell, you don’t say, I use “The God Delusion”
by Richard Dawkins to steady my table.
But Dawkins book has another function. When we run out of toilet paper, I have to pull it out and rip off two or three pages and use it to wipe my a**. Its a little course but hey, that's atheism for you.
*coarse

Therefore, your argument is invalid.

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#138180 Nov 16, 2012
Eagle12 wrote:
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[hugs] The world needs more love.
And less bigotry.

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#138181 Nov 16, 2012
KittenKoder wrote:
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If you want truth, here it is, the bible is the most gory, violent, hate filled book of smut on the planet. Even the Koran, or however that's spelled, has less blood, guts, torture, killing, raping, and genocide in it. The god in the bible is a monster, who even Cthulhu would be hard pressed to match on a good day.
Don't you *dare* insult my Cthulhu! The biblical god is but an insect compared to him.

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Freedom

#138182 Nov 16, 2012
Eagle12 wrote:
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Go bait a hook stinkbait.
"The world needs more love."

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#138183 Nov 16, 2012
Hidingfromyou wrote:
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1. vestigial
2. vestigial
3. pseudogenes denote ancestry
4. co-evolution with fruit plants
Thank you, but we weren't supposed to give away the answers to eagle. Since I doubt he will ever "join our team," my goal is to convince him that he worships a trickster god.

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#138184 Nov 16, 2012
Hidingfromyou wrote:
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Uhm...they're just speeding up his speaking and removing some of the words.
Eagle didn't get that. But it was kind of funny to watch it from his "point of view," meaning that I didn't allow myself to see the obvious video editing.

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Long Beach, CA

#138185 Nov 16, 2012
Tide with Beach wrote:
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"The world needs more love."
And less bigotry.

“In the beginning God Created..”

Since: Feb 12

Southern Illinois

#138186 Nov 16, 2012
_BobLoblah_ wrote:
<quoted text>17Nov12.....
.....What you have to say about Oil & Gas engineers and their operating methodologies and happenstances is said in 'generalities' and oftenTimes is taken out of context by people that no hardly anything about the business. To refer to the very small minority as 'smart asses' will be reflected on the industy's finest as a 'Whole'.
Ps:....The smart asses applies to less than 0.5 per cent. This tells me that you have NOT met toooooooo many.
Some 38,000 wells had been drilled with fault in the Gulf up until the Horizon problem, and that's a damn fine record.
By the vey, can you give BobLoblah an example of an 'accident investigation, that you participated in.
.....Just curious. Yellow.
Forever and Ever
BobLoblah
First I appreciate safe oil well drilling operations. We need oil and gas. Bob, I’m from Houston Texas. I never worked on a oil platform but I did work in the Petro-Chemical industry for 32 years as a Production Shift Superintendent and in Production Engineering.

I have conducted thousands of accident investigations. Most of them were minor but a few were in the major category. One that comes to mind was the decomposition of a chemical in 8 x 55 gallon drums. I had argued with the engineer that this decomposition needed to be done in the lab first. Then a procedure written up on how to do it.

He fought me on this and the operator pumped 8 drums of this toxic chemical into a glass lined 3,000 gallon reactor. The reactor contained about a thousand gallons of 15% caustic before the charge of the 8 drums. It took a few minutes but the reaction started a dynamic exothermic reaction.

Alarms began going off on the computer control system. We had printers that would print every alarm. The printers started going crazy. The reactor pressured up and blew off the 200 pound man way cover. A geyser shot out of the reactor like old faithful.

It was a freaking mess and the wind carried this material to our main power grid coming into the facility. The main fuses on the power grid blew out and causing a complete shutdown of all systems. This little incident cost the company boo coos of money because all process units shutdown.

No one was hurt except the pride of one arrogant engineer.

“Formerly "Richard"”

Since: Mar 12

In the beginning e=mc^2

#138187 Nov 16, 2012
Eagle12 wrote:
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First I appreciate safe oil well drilling operations. We need oil and gas. Bob, I’m from Houston Texas. I never worked on a oil platform but I did work in the Petro-Chemical industry for 32 years as a Production Shift Superintendent and in Production Engineering.
I have conducted thousands of accident investigations. Most of them were minor but a few were in the major category. One that comes to mind was the decomposition of a chemical in 8 x 55 gallon drums. I had argued with the engineer that this decomposition needed to be done in the lab first. Then a procedure written up on how to do it.
He fought me on this and the operator pumped 8 drums of this toxic chemical into a glass lined 3,000 gallon reactor. The reactor contained about a thousand gallons of 15% caustic before the charge of the 8 drums. It took a few minutes but the reaction started a dynamic exothermic reaction.
Alarms began going off on the computer control system. We had printers that would print every alarm. The printers started going crazy. The reactor pressured up and blew off the 200 pound man way cover. A geyser shot out of the reactor like old faithful.
It was a freaking mess and the wind carried this material to our main power grid coming into the facility. The main fuses on the power grid blew out and causing a complete shutdown of all systems. This little incident cost the company boo coos of money because all process units shutdown.
No one was hurt except the pride of one arrogant engineer.
Are you ever going show us a post where I have lied?

“In the beginning God Created..”

Since: Feb 12

Southern Illinois

#138188 Nov 16, 2012
timn17 wrote:
<quoted text>You are literally impervious to any information that conflicts with your world view. You've been given many, many good pieces of information on evolution and you just cover your eyes and basically say that since you don't understand it, it can't possibly be true. Cmon man. It's getting annoying. Waxing poetic about the beauty of the dolphins doesn't prove that they were designed (not to mention you completely ignored the information that contradicts your design hypothesis).
Atheist have to believe in evolution. They don’t have a choice. A Christian doesn’t have to believe it. Some do and some like myself don’t. It’s completely optional to us.

I had it in high school but it was brief and we moved on.
Those that dedicate to a specific science major in college get more evolution indoctrination. Especially those in archeology, biology, anthropology.

My Son will soon graduate with his second graduate degree and this one will be in science. He had the evolution courses recently. And they failed at the university level to sway him to believe in evolution.

Tim, millions of people believe in it because they were taught that. And millions don’t believe it like myself. We have been talking about whales lately. There’s very sparse fossil evidence. Some fossils but not enough to show a transition from a deer to a whale.

Evolutionist will take one fossil, a jawbone and hand full of other bones then jump for joy. Claiming this is the link. The undeniable evidence. They’re going to have to do a hell of a lot better than that.

Human fossil evidence is even more sparse. A bone here, a fragment there, another fragment. Pile on top of that a lot of hype and you have evolution.

“In the beginning God Created..”

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Southern Illinois

#138189 Nov 16, 2012
Richardfs wrote:
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Are you ever going show us a post where I have lied?
Are you going to tell us you have never lied? You keep avoiding the question.

“In the beginning God Created..”

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Southern Illinois

#138190 Nov 16, 2012
It's time to go and refuel, turning and burning.

Love you guys.

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Long Beach, CA

#138191 Nov 16, 2012
Eagle12 wrote:
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Atheist have to believe in evolution. They don’t have a choice. A Christian doesn’t have to believe it. Some do and some like myself don’t. It’s completely optional to us.
I had it in high school but it was brief and we moved on.
Those that dedicate to a specific science major in college get more evolution indoctrination. Especially those in archeology, biology, anthropology.
My Son will soon graduate with his second graduate degree and this one will be in science. He had the evolution courses recently. And they failed at the university level to sway him to believe in evolution.
Tim, millions of people believe in it because they were taught that. And millions don’t believe it like myself. We have been talking about whales lately. There’s very sparse fossil evidence. Some fossils but not enough to show a transition from a deer to a whale.
Evolutionist will take one fossil, a jawbone and hand full of other bones then jump for joy. Claiming this is the link. The undeniable evidence. They’re going to have to do a hell of a lot better than that.
Human fossil evidence is even more sparse. A bone here, a fragment there, another fragment. Pile on top of that a lot of hype and you have evolution.
You asked for it, Timn

“Formerly "Richard"”

Since: Mar 12

In the beginning e=mc^2

#138192 Nov 16, 2012
Eagle12 wrote:
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Are you going to tell us you have never lied? You keep avoiding the question.
Stop been a coward. Stop trying to deflect
You said I have posted lies yet you have NEVER show one one post where I have lied.

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Freedom

#138193 Nov 16, 2012
Eagle12 wrote:
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Atheist have to believe in evolution. They don’t have a choice. A Christian doesn’t have to believe it. Some do and some like myself don’t. It’s completely optional to us.
I had it in high school but it was brief and we moved on.
Those that dedicate to a specific science major in college get more evolution indoctrination. Especially those in archeology, biology, anthropology.
My Son will soon graduate with his second graduate degree and this one will be in science. He had the evolution courses recently. And they failed at the university level to sway him to believe in evolution.
Tim, millions of people believe in it because they were taught that. And millions don’t believe it like myself. We have been talking about whales lately. There’s very sparse fossil evidence. Some fossils but not enough to show a transition from a deer to a whale.
Evolutionist will take one fossil, a jawbone and hand full of other bones then jump for joy. Claiming this is the link. The undeniable evidence. They’re going to have to do a hell of a lot better than that.
Human fossil evidence is even more sparse. A bone here, a fragment there, another fragment. Pile on top of that a lot of hype and you have evolution.
The world needs more intelligence.

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#138194 Nov 16, 2012
Catcher1 wrote:
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You asked for it, Timn
Should we call an ambulance?

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#138195 Nov 16, 2012
christianity is EVIL wrote:
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Imaginary things are just for silly people,
LOL
grow up
That's not true.

http://www.deshow.net/d/file/cartoon/2009-06/...

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#138196 Nov 16, 2012
Catcher1 wrote:
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You asked for it, Timn
The damn ambulance is late.

I know those guys who drive it.

Jimn and Samn.

They sometimes go to the beach on a whimn.

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#138197 Nov 16, 2012
Eagle12 wrote:
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[hugs] The world needs more love.
http://www.nighttours.com/gaypride/

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#138198 Nov 16, 2012
River Tam wrote:
Does Disney know about Disney Gay Days?

I always thought Goofy was a little gay.

"Garsh Mickey! Oh Garsh! Gaaaarsh! Yaahaaahoooeeeey!"

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