Prove there's a god.

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#598291 Feb 8, 2013
harpocrates wrote:
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the bible isn't a hard sciences book. it's more of a book on self-awareness and the psychology of self. no book is perfect.
basing your life around the imagination that all religions are negative things and have nothing to offer, is also a negative.
many great minds have come from all the varying religious affiliations.
even einstein wasn't an atheist. he avowed the positives of an imaginative mind and it's ability to grasp things that go beyond the known
"science without religion is lame and religion without science is blind."

Did he really say that?
harpocrates

Williamsburg, KY

#598292 Feb 8, 2013
Mylan wrote:
<quoted text>Both religion and abuse are unnecessary.
babbling is unnecessary and can be abusive too but that doesn't seem to be a problem for some; especially repeatedly barking that religion is a waste.

energy cannot be destroyed. it simply changes form. in your cases its become a neurotic chasing it's own tail.

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#598293 Feb 8, 2013
harpocrates wrote:
<quoted text>i'm usually listening to music; which is one of the oldest forms of mind and mood altering sedatives.
it helps me to center; when i'm not meditating.
Again...huh?

What's your point?

Your're like a transporter guy thing, u like teleport from one topic to another.

Are u new around here, i'm pretty sure i not spoken to u before.

Are u a religious nut or an atheist nut or some other kind of nut?

I'm the religious fanatic type nut!
harpocrates

Williamsburg, KY

#598294 Feb 8, 2013
Clementia wrote:
<quoted text>
"science without religion is lame and religion without science is blind."
Did he really say that?
said i not.

science simply means knowledge. some imagine/believe that science was established when religious belief was questioned. the west believes that it is the new east. round and round it goes. where it stops nobody knows.

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#598295 Feb 8, 2013
harpocrates wrote:
<quoted text>babbling is unnecessary and can be abusive too but that doesn't seem to be a problem for some; especially repeatedly barking that religion is a waste.
energy cannot be destroyed. it simply changes form. in your cases its become a neurotic chasing it's own tail.
U defo seem new around here, don't mind Mylan, Mylan is the nice type.

blacklagoon is who u gotta watch, he fights about everything. I try not to go too close.
harpocrates

Williamsburg, KY

#598296 Feb 8, 2013
Clementia wrote:
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Again...huh?
What's your point?
Your're like a transporter guy thing, u like teleport from one topic to another.
Are u new around here, i'm pretty sure i not spoken to u before.
Are u a religious nut or an atheist nut or some other kind of nut?
I'm the religious fanatic type nut!
you asked what i was on. i'm listening to music. that is what i'm on. and no i'm not new around here. i go by many, many names.

i'm not exclusively atheist but i don't believe in an anthropomorphic god.

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#598297 Feb 8, 2013
Clementia wrote:
i know it was a year ago, so i can't remember much
I understand. Drinking pop has been shown to effect your memory, and has been linked to Alzheimer’s disease.

Dod you know that around 45 minutes after you drink a soda your body increases dopamine production, which stimulates the pleasure centers of your brain – a physically identical response to that of heroin, by the way.

Research published in 2011 found that people who drank soda experienced waist size increases that were six times greater than those of people who didn't drink soda. Imagine that. Each daily soda increases obesity risk 60%. Benzene is associated with leukemia and other cancers, and it has been found in French and British soft drinks. Enjoy.

“I never claimed to be Perfect”

Since: Nov 10

just better than yesterday

#598298 Feb 8, 2013
Mylan wrote:
<quoted text>Love is nothing more than a chemical reaction.
Life is a chemical reaction too, but does that make life any less important?

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#598299 Feb 8, 2013
harpocrates wrote:
<quoted text>said i not.
science simply means knowledge. some imagine/believe that science was established when religious belief was questioned. the west believes that it is the new east. round and round it goes. where it stops nobody knows.
u talk funny gobbledegoo, i'm just gonna nod my head.:-D

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#598300 Feb 8, 2013
harpocrates wrote:
the bible isn't a hard sciences book.
The bibull is a collection of myths. Nothing more. Nothing less.
basing your life around the imagination that all religions are negative things and have nothing to offer, is also a negative.
Not true. REALIZING that something is worthless and/or bad for you and keeping it away from your life is the very definition of progress and surviving.
even einstein wasn't an atheist.
LOL.... no, he was an agnostic. Try again.

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#598301 Feb 8, 2013
harpocrates wrote:
<quoted text>you asked what i was on. i'm listening to music. that is what i'm on. and no i'm not new around here. i go by many, many names.
i'm not exclusively atheist but i don't believe in an anthropomorphic god.
R u gonna tell me those names or is it a secret?

OMG, R U THE FAKE CLEMENTINE?

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#598302 Feb 8, 2013
Al Garcia wrote:
Life is a chemical reaction too, but does that make life any less important?
We were talking about faith, not false equivocation.
harpocrates

Williamsburg, KY

#598303 Feb 8, 2013
Clementia wrote:
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u talk funny gobbledegoo, i'm just gonna nod my head.:-D
and i bow to you too

“I never claimed to be Perfect”

Since: Nov 10

just better than yesterday

#598304 Feb 8, 2013
Clementia wrote:
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Yh, unless u want a bite?
@Al....U could have done it like Mylan did it, sent me the link!
My apologies dear. The majorities of my posts are off an iPhone and providing links are difficult.
I can't see avatars, Judgits and I am limited to shorter responses rather than more thorough posts.

“I never claimed to be Perfect”

Since: Nov 10

just better than yesterday

#598305 Feb 8, 2013
Clementia wrote:
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Huh?
Hehehehe, i'm sorry, i had a naughty thought, oh dear!
May I recommend a cold shower?
harpocrates

Williamsburg, KY

#598306 Feb 8, 2013
Mylan wrote:
<quoted text>
The bibull is a collection of myths. Nothing more. Nothing less.
<quoted text>
Not true. REALIZING that something is worthless and/or bad for you and keeping it away from your life is the very definition of progress and surviving.
<quoted text>LOL.... no, he was an agnostic. Try again.
i didn't use the bible exclusively; even if you did. i'm not a christian.

einstein was more of a hylozoist, panpsychist, spinozist.

'I believe in Spinoza's God who reveals himself in the orderly harmony of what exists, not in a God who concerns himself with the fates and actions of human beings'(Albert Einstein)

'The religion of the future will be a cosmic religion. It should transcend personal God and avoid dogma and theology. Covering both the natural and the spiritual, it should be based on a religious sense arising from the experience of all things natural and spiritual as a meaningful unity. Buddhism answers this description. If there is any religion that could cope with modern scientific needs it would be Buddhism.'(Albert Einstein)

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#598307 Feb 8, 2013
Mylan wrote:
<quoted text>I understand. Drinking pop has been shown to effect your memory, and has been linked to Alzheimer’s disease.
Dod you know that around 45 minutes after you drink a soda your body increases dopamine production, which stimulates the pleasure centers of your brain – a physically identical response to that of heroin, by the way.
Research published in 2011 found that people who drank soda experienced waist size increases that were six times greater than those of people who didn't drink soda. Imagine that. Each daily soda increases obesity risk 60%. Benzene is associated with leukemia and other cancers, and it has been found in French and British soft drinks. Enjoy.
Yes, I know about dopamine and heroin, i did pay to go to uni, but they never taught us about pop and Alzheimer's link.

In chemistry this year, I did the experiment for benzoic acid/benzoate, the preservative in coke thing. It was sh*t.

I'm not obese and i'm not gonna get obese coz u my topix diet coach, remember?

NO MORE POP!! NO MORE POP!! CHANT IT WITH ME!!

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#598308 Feb 8, 2013
Clementia wrote:
"science without religion is lame and religion without science is blind."
Did he really say that?
Yes, and also "The word god is for me nothing more than the expression and product of human weaknesses, the Bible a collection of honorable, but still primitive legends which are nevertheless pretty childish."

Einstein has always been one of my idols. He has always been very logical and very honest.
harpocrates

Williamsburg, KY

#598309 Feb 8, 2013
Clementia wrote:
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R u gonna tell me those names or is it a secret?
OMG, R U THE FAKE CLEMENTINE?
a short list. there is many, many more that would take you to long to find and read throughout this thread.

shefifon = biblical
thermuthis = Egyptian
peten = Hebrew
orus = egyptian

Bobbi-bobbi = aborigines
Nuwa = chinese
Jormungandr = norse
Danh = dahomeyan
Illuyanka = hittite
Nagaraja =hindu
shesha = buddhist and hindu
nehushtan = jewish
borlung = aborigine
ananta = hindu and buddhist
mehen = egyptian
ningishzida = sumerian
awanyu = hopi
niohoggr = norse
cernunnos = celtic pagan
ophiuchus = greek
ouroboros = infinity
wadjet = the eye of ra egyptian
yam = hebrew
damballa = voodoo
python = oracle of delphi & africa
ngalyod = australian aborigine
domba = african
quetzalcoatl = mayan
kukulkan = aztec
agathodaemon = greek
kundalini = hindu, buddhism, jainism
rod of asclepius = greek god of medicine
caduceus wand = rod of hermes
ophan = jewish
naas = Gnostic
ophis = Gnostic
chnuphis = Egyptian
vasuki = hindu
kneph = Egyptian
sabazian = Zoroastrian
takshaka = hindu
sint holo = native American
naddred = irish
coi coi-vilu – mapuche in chile
piasa = north American native
ahura mazda = Zoroastrian
nahbkoon = Egyptian
nachash = aramaic
tsepha = aramaic
saraph = aramaic
epheh = aramaic
kamaru = buddhist
tanniyn = hebrew
naggaruda = hindu
kamaru = buddhist

they all imply a basic force, elan vital, spirit

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#598310 Feb 8, 2013
harpocrates wrote:
<quoted text>and i bow to you too
u should do, coz i'm the goddess of forgiveness and mercy!

lol

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