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Jan 17, 2013
 
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Maybe god not flawed, maybe god wanted imperfect humans so he would have something he could punish. Maybe god is perfect but evil.
Then he would no longer be "god" he'd be satan!
Maybe there is no difference between "god" and "satan" at all.
God = Satan.
Satan = God.
Or, satan is god's twin sister, sort of like Apollo and Artemis (Sun and Moon).
Men DO like to blame all the evils of the world on "the woman". The Devil is a LADY in a RED DRESS! LOL!

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<quoted text>Holy Ghost? There's no such thing as the holy ghost, just "god and his son jesus".
Riiiight......

So there's no God, son & Holy Ghost?

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Manning what? That they don't exist?
At this point, it's beginning to appear you know about as much about "floodgates of heaven" as you do "unicorn stables".

Meaning, nothing.

It's your myth, if you're gonna use terms from it, don't blame me when I ask for information concerning it and you can't supply that info.

“Credulity is not a virtue”

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Why is this a hoot?
In 2000, scientists claimed to have “resurrected” bacteria, named Lazarus bacteria, discovered in a salt crystal conventionally dated at 250 million years old. They were shocked that the bacteria’s DNA was very similar to modern bacterial DNA. If the modern bacteria were the result of 250 million years of evolution, its DNA should be very different from the Lazarus bacteria (based on known mutation rates).
Who were the scientists and where did their funding for this project some from?

How were the salt and bacteria dated?

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Jan 17, 2013
 
waaasssuuup wrote:
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like the ole hymn says: "what can wash away your sin? nothing but the Blood of Jesus!!!"
that's a fact!!!
It's a fact that the hymn says it, not that the hymn is true.

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Jan 17, 2013
 
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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Hitler did the same thing.
You'd never know it, considering that he kept harping on the Christian church and Christian ideology in his speeches.

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Jan 17, 2013
 
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American.
Air Marshal: Head of air force.
Field Marshal: Head of Army.
Admiral: Head of navy.
General: Highest officer rank.
British.
Air Marshal: Head of air force.
Field Marshal: Head of army.
Admiral: Head of navy.
General: Highest officer rank.
Why so stupid?
We don't have Field Marshals Or Air Marshals in the military , Even our most powerful Generals were called Supreme Commanders or now Joint Chiefs of staff.
One such resided over England's Field Marshal in WW2 . They were George Marshall and Bernard Montgomery respectively.
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There are certain illegal black aliens bringing crime and deseases into the country.
Back boohooing at the tower of race babble again are we?
"WAAAAAHHHH! It's alll blaaack peeeeple's faaaault!(snnnnnnarrrrrfffff, all that snot) Doooose meeeean olllle blaack peeeple are toooo blaame for eeeeeeverythiiiiing! waaah hahh hahh!"
Go get a tissue, you sniveling-@ss baby.
Racism makes you sound like a stupid whining little b!tch.
Get a life, you pathetic piece of $h!t.

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Largelanguage wrote:
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American.
Air Marshal: Head of air force.
Field Marshal: Head of Army.
Admiral: Head of navy.
General: Highest officer rank.
British.
Air Marshal: Head of air force.
Field Marshal: Head of army.
Admiral: Head of navy.
General: Highest officer rank.
Why so stupid?
Wrong. Again.

The head of the Air Force is rank OF-10, General of the Air Force.
The head of the Army is rank OF-10, General of the Army.
The head of the Navy is rank O-11, Admiral of the Navy.

There is no generals in the US Navy.
There is no admirals in the US Army.

There is no brains in your skull.

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Largelanguage wrote:
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But the calculations of it being a pi compared with the cubic miss measures and some parts of the earth being potentially lower, evening it out making some water at least able to fully cover it could make up for it all. And why not the water in the sewers and so on not being enough? There are many clouds in the sky.
Nope. To reiterate, it would require over 4.5 *trillion* cubic kilometers of water. That far outweighs the amount of moisture in the atmosphere (clouds), sewers, etc etc etc, any other water sources you could name. It's just not there. And even if you managed somehow to add that much water to the Earth, it would cause the Earth itself to be destroyed by the extra weight alone.

It just didn't happen. It's just a story, borrowed most likely from the Mesopotamians (Epic of Gilgamesh).

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Jan 17, 2013
 
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There are certain illegal black aliens bringing crime and deseases into the country.
This is a perfect example of why they need to keep computer terminals out of the hands of mental patients at mental institutions.

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You'd never know it, considering that he kept harping on the Christian church and Christian ideology in his speeches.
Yup, before he was elected....

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Catcher1 wrote:
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Flights are good for the longer distances but, as you say, traveling by car (esp. south from Delhi) provides great opportunities to see the country, towns, people, and to converse with the driver as well. I recommend doing it, at least for part of your journey. BTW, trains are not always reliable, and don't expect them to run on time. India is not very well organized....
Odd.

Do I recall correctly that the State Railroad is the largest single employer on the subcontinent?

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At this point, it's beginning to appear you know about as much about "floodgates of heaven" as you do "unicorn stables".
Meaning, nothing.
It's your myth, if you're gonna use terms from it, don't blame me when I ask for information concerning it and you can't supply that info.
There's the ole scar logic rearing it's head again.

"You can't prove it or show me where it is, so it MUST be false. Or at least a myth."
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waaasssuuup wrote:
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poor poor wilderide, always on the wrong end of the PC stick!
do you also hold the afro-american community accountable when they assert black supremecy?
it's simple to tell when they do it, just reverse what's being said and if it wouldn't be appropriate for anglo to say, it's not appropriate for them either!
this stuff is not rocket science people!!!
Are you bringing up "black supremecy" to justify white supremecy?
"Oh, since the black people are doing it, let's do it too!"
You're not fooling anyone, waaaaack@sss.

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Moral sense is innate.
It might be innate, but that doesn't make it consistent.
Those of us that have it reject blind dishonest faith for we understand and appreciate the value of intellectual honesty. We also tend to value our own self esteem and living a lie robs you of that.
This coming from someone who insists that blacks are inherently intellectually inferior.

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wilderide wrote:
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Who were the scientists and where did their funding for this project some from?
How were the salt and bacteria dated?
Check the resources:

Andy Coghlan,“Eternal Life,” New Scientist, October 18, 2000, http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn82-eter... .

Russell H. Vreeland, William D. Rosenzweig, and Dennis W. Powers,“Isolation of a 250 million-year-old Halotolerant Bacterium from a Primary Salt Crystal,” Nature 407 (2000): 897–900, http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v407/n68... (link to abstract).

R. H. Vreeland and W. D. Rosenzweig,“The Question of Uniqueness of Ancient Bacteria,” Journal of Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology, 28 (2002): 32–41, http://mail.uadec.mx/~bnagamani/bac-ancient_u... .

David C. Nickle, et al.,“Curiously Modern DNA for a “250 million-year-old” Bacterium,” Journal of Molecular Evolution 54 (2002): 134–137, http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11734907 (link to abstract).

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CLose, it's not to deny the Holy Spirit but to, well here:
Mark 3:29 But he that shall blaspheme against the Holy Ghost hath never forgiveness, but is in danger of eternal damnation:
The Holy Ghost (Spirit) IS God.
And this:
Matthew 12:32 And whosoever speaketh a word against the Son of man, it shall be forgiven him: but whosoever speaketh against the Holy Ghost, it shall not be forgiven him, neither in this world, neither in the world to come.
Hitler did a great deal of "speaketh against the Holy Ghost" during his life.
No amount of good works and the keeping of God’s laws can be sufficient to atone for sin. All their thoughts, words and actions will be judged against God’s perfect standard and found wanting. There will be no reward for them, only eternal condemnation and punishment.
If Hitler rejected the Holy Spirit, then yes he would be damned. However, if he did not, not matter how many atrocities he committed, they would all be forgiven if he accepted Jesus as his savior before he dies.

I don't blame you for being bothered by that. I find it morally repugnant too.

So, here is another question: if someone accepted Jesus as their savior, then they become saved. Yet if they later rejected Jesus and blasphemed the Holy Spirit, then they would be permanently damned. So, can being saved be revoked?

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waaasssuuup wrote:
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poor poor wilderide, always on the wrong end of the PC stick!
BWAHAHAHAHA! This coming from you? Hilarious.
do you also hold the afro-american community accountable when they assert black supremecy?
Of course.
it's simple to tell when they do it, just reverse what's being said and if it wouldn't be appropriate for anglo to say, it's not appropriate for them either!
this stuff is not rocket science people!!!
So what was your point?

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Nope. To reiterate, it would require over 4.5 *trillion* cubic kilometers of water. That far outweighs the amount of moisture in the atmosphere (clouds), sewers, etc etc etc, any other water sources you could name. It's just not there. And even if you managed somehow to add that much water to the Earth, it would cause the Earth itself to be destroyed by the extra weight alone.
It just didn't happen. It's just a story, borrowed most likely from the Mesopotamians (Epic of Gilgamesh).
Maybe the Earth collided with a huge asteroid made out of water.
A wateroid , then the spin of the Earth slung the excess water and rubber ducky off and back into space?

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