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Feb 9, 2013
 
Mylan wrote:
<quoted text>Actually, yes really. All the teachings of Jesus are "borrowed" from older sources, for example from the teachings of Buddha. Many of Jesus teachings are almost word for word identical with some of Buddhas sayings (400 years earlier). There is NO contemporary historical record of ANY kind of Jesus!! No written Roman, Greek or Jewish sources from this time (apart from the gospels) know of any historical Jesus or Christ. We don't even know who the writers of the Gospels were, and don't have the original manuscripts themselves either. We just have later copies of copies of copies of copies Ö of copies of the assumed lost originals. And with each copy the copyist usually felt free to alter details or rewrite whole parts of the manuscript.(We usually don't trust dubious anonymous sources as evidence for anything, do we?) Only a fool or simpleton would believe anything about this myth named jesus.
And which statements were these, child? Jesus was around for 2000 years before us, long before Buddha, child. Even the Romans put Jesus on trial for the statements he made.
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Feb 9, 2013
 
scaritual wrote:
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No, the aren't exaggerated.
"The difference between chimpanzees and humans due to single-nucleotide substitutions averages 1.23 percent, of which 1.06 percent or less is due to fixed divergence, and the rest being a result of polymorphism within chimp populations and within human populations. Insertion and deletion (indel) events account for another approximately 3 percent difference between chimp and human sequences, but each indel typically involves multiple nucleotides. The number of genetic changes from indels is a fraction of the number of single-nucleotide substitutions (roughly 5 million compared with roughly 35 million).
So describing humans and chimpanzees as 98 to 99 percent identical is entirely appropriate (Chimpanzee Sequencing 2005).
The difference measurement depends on what you are measuring. If you measure the number of proteins for which the entire protein is identical in the two species, humans and chimpanzees are 29 percent identical (Chimpanzee Sequencing 2005).
If you measure nonsynonymous base pair differences within protein coding regions, humans and chimps are 99.75 percent identical (Chimpanzee Sequencing 2005, fig. 9).
The original 98.4 percent estimate came from DNA hybridization experiments, which measured (indirectly, via DNA melting temperature) sequence difference among short segments of the genomes that are similar enough to hybridize but with repetitive elements removed (Sibley and Ahlquist 1987).
Whatever measure is used, however, as long as the same measurement is used consistently, will show that humans are more closely related to chimpanzees (including the bonobo, sister species to the common chimpanzee) than to any other species."
http://www.talkorigins.org/indexcc/CB/CB144.h...
http://i144.photobucket.com/albums/r184/young...
Praise the Monkey Jesus!
Do you know the Genetics of monkies and humans put side by side to claim this?
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Feb 9, 2013
 
Mylan wrote:
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Oh child, you need to stop talking and learn how to open a dictionary. Maybe then you'll publicly stop making yourself look so ignorant.
"Agnosticism is the belief that the existence or non-existence of any deity is unknown and possibly unknowable."
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agnosticism
<quoted text>First of all child it's Einstein, not Einsten. Learn how to spell little one. Secondly it doesn't prove what you suggest. Einstein felt that religion was "childish superstition" and of course he was spot on.
You look at a websters dictionary for meaning of the word, so uneducated, so you don't bother to read a book? Lazy little slob!

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naja haje wrote:
you've obviously never heard of the nasrani?
Your religious website proves nothing except that any 13 year old can make a religious website.
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#598602
Feb 9, 2013
 
Mylan wrote:
<quoted text>Likewise, Santa Clause has proof of his own existence too. Imagine that.
Santa has no proof. Even at your age, one would hope you no longer believed in him.
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Mylan wrote:
<quoted text>What she does with her own money is NONE of your business child! I bet you're a anti-choicer. You certainly sound like one the way you poke your unwelcomed nose into other peoples business.
Pro choice means killing innocent babies in the womb, and engaging in perverted bondage called gay marriage. Pro choice means doing what one likes without caring for others.

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naja haje wrote:
actually agnostic means not absolutely knowable, or assured.
You are wrong and she was right. Agnostic means that such knowledge is unobtainable.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agnosticism

“Don't be so dichotomous.”

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#598605
Feb 9, 2013
 
Clementia wrote:
First u gotta tell me what a dirigible is?
It's an air ship. Mine is a luxury liner.
Clementia wrote:
I hope that's not a stupid question.
It's not.
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I found out that River has two girlfriends, we need to find out who they are. How U gonna do that inspector Tide??
I'll cook up an elaborate scheme to coax the information out of her. I'll need three goats, 500 feet of surgical tubing, a gallon of liquid hand soap, and a large mirror.
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Mylan wrote:
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What you call love, others call masterbation. You're a legend in your own mind little one.
Sex is not love, the are 2 different thing, very different.

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Largelanguage wrote:
And it has been valided, child. Already proof exists of Gods existence
You are a perfect example of how faith without supporting evidence is indistinguishable from schizophrenia. Thank you for proving our point little one.
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#598608
Feb 9, 2013
 
Mylan wrote:
<quoted text>Only religious people waste their life. Religion convinced fools like you that there's an invisible man in the sky who watches everything you do. And there's 10 things he doesn't want you to do or else you'll to to a burning place with a lake of fire until the end of eternity.
But he loves you!...And he needs money!
1. Not worshipping useless waste and mentally putting yourself into bondage, only worship God for he is the meaning of life.

2. Not make evil idols.

3. Not misuse the name of the lord, such as pretending he allows homosexuality, and cursing innocent people.

4. Have a day of rest.

5. Be respectful for what your mother and father does for you(I bet you hate to hear that one!).

6. Do not murder, of course, such an evil rule!

7. Do not commit adultary and be horrible to your spouse who you should love.

8. Don't steal.

9. Don't give false testonimy.

10. Do not envy someone elses property, be content.

SO evil commandments, oh really?

And the penalty is not death for breaking them.

“ The Lord of delirious minds.”

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Largelanguage wrote:
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And which statements were these, child? Jesus was around for 2000 years before us, long before Buddha, child. Even the Romans put Jesus on trial for the statements he made.
Buddha was alive 500 years BC. You should like the taste of your shoes, you always have your foot in your mouth.
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#598610
Feb 9, 2013
 
Mylan wrote:
<quoted text>Some people love pea soup.
I like pea soup, but not pee soup.
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#598611
Feb 9, 2013
 
Mylan wrote:
<quoted text>Your religious website proves nothing except that any 13 year old can make a religious website.
Its not that easy to make a good website.

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#598612
Feb 9, 2013
 
Clementia wrote:
I'm sure something is up, but i not quite figured it out yet, i'll run some more tests!
Something's always up when you're around.

Wait a minute, that didn't come out right...:p
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#598613
Feb 9, 2013
 
Mylan wrote:
<quoted text>You are wrong and she was right. Agnostic means that such knowledge is unobtainable.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agnosticism
Actually it suggests knowledge of a God MIGHT be unknowable, that doesn't mean the believe it absolutely is.
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Feb 9, 2013
 
Mylan wrote:
<quoted text>You are wrong and she was right. Agnostic means that such knowledge is unobtainable.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agnosticism
ABSOLUTE knowledge of an "ULTIMATE" reality is unknowable.

http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/agn...

being ABSOLUTELY without knowledge is improbable because all of science is based on knowledge = science, or the state of knowing

http://www.thefreedictionary.com/agnostic

ag∑nosti∑cal∑ly adv.
Word History: An agnostic does not deny the existence of God and heaven but holds that one cannot know for certain whether or not they exist. The term agnostic was fittingly coined by the 19th-century British scientist Thomas H. Huxley, who believed that only material phenomena were objects of exact knowledge. He made up the word from the prefix a-, meaning "without, not," as in amoral, and the noun Gnostic. Gnostic is related to the Greek word gnsis, "knowledge," which was used by early Christian writers to mean "higher, esoteric knowledge of spiritual things"; hence, Gnostic referred to those with such knowledge. In coining the term agnostic, Huxley was considering as "Gnostics" a group of his fellow intellectuals"ists," as he called themwho had eagerly embraced various doctrines or theories that explained the world to their satisfaction. Because he was a "man without a rag of a label to cover himself with," Huxley coined the term agnostic for himself, its first published use being in 1870.

again implies a theoretical possibility and not a 100% probability.

try again
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Aura Mytha wrote:
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Buddha was alive 500 years BC. You should like the taste of your shoes, you always have your foot in your mouth.
Don't be smart with me, Jesus had taken nothing off Buddha, since he was unable to even know him. Jesus was a common man.

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Feb 9, 2013
 
Tide with Beach wrote:
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It's an air ship. Mine is a luxury liner.
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It's not.
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I'll cook up an elaborate scheme to coax the information out of her. I'll need three goats, 500 feet of surgical tubing, a gallon of liquid hand soap, and a large mirror.
You're prolly gonna need some duct tape too?

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Feb 9, 2013
 
naja haje wrote:
yours to accept or reject but it's known that isaac newton was an occultist more so than a western scientist
And likewise Liberace was a great piano player, but he sucked on the organ.

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