Prove there's a god.

OCB

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#621926 May 7, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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No, my family isn't a sue happy bunch. The idea of bringing a malpractice suit came and left our minds in minutes.
I know the trend in America, and particularly in California, is to sue - but that's not our way. That's not the true American way. It's a fad that'll end just as all fads do.
We chalk it up first to God's will, second to human error. We KNOW the doctors didn't want their patient to die.
OMG- you ranted and railed that the doctors KILLED your mother-in-law, but your outrage over that wasn't intense enough to try to stop that "murdering" doctor from "killing" someone else??

A situation such as this is NOT about being "sue happy", RR.

Based on what YOU said about her doctors, it would be a case of doing all you could to insure that her doctors would never be able to botch up any further surgeries resulting in the deaths of other people.

But given how selfish you are, I'm not surprised that such a notion obviously never even occurred to you.

Of course, I am quite sure that the truth of the matter is that you had NO case because the doctors did nothing wrong, were competent and performed to the best of their abilities.

Pfft.

RiversideRedneck

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#621927 May 7, 2013
OCB wrote:
<quoted text>Fine- so patients aren't forced to sign any consent form- WTF is wrong with you???
It comes down to: "You pay your money- you take your chances".
If a patient feels the risk of something going wrong is too great, they need not consent.
But I know first hand that those consent forms are very detailed and spell out any and all possible risks thereby making it EASIER for the patient to make an informed decision.
OF COURSE the patient gets the last word on YAY or NAY, stop it with that shit.

The point is - the patients make an uninformed decision because the "doctor" misdiagnosed the patient.

JUST like what happened to me friend. The "doctor" told him he has herpes inside his mouth. THAT was the diagnosis. So he decided to trust the "doctors" misdiagnosis and buy the proper medicine (which he didn't need). He didn't have herpes, he had an allergic reaction to toothpaste.

The stupid ass "doctor" would've known that with a simple culture sent to the lab. But NOPE, he didn't. He's a "doctor" and "knows" the difference between allergies and herpes.

RiversideRedneck

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#621928 May 7, 2013
OCB wrote:
<quoted text>How about this:
Can YOU prove there ISN'T any or all of the following:
1. Santa Claus
2. The tooth fairy
3. Leprechauns
4. Unicorns (pink or any other color)
5. Little green Martians (or big green Martians for that matter)
The POINT is what does NOT exist can NOT be proven to NOT exist; only that which IS can be proven to exist.
You think you're clever or the first poster to ask: Prove there isn't a god?
You're not; all you are doing is showing your absence of logic since you obviously can't comprehend that a negative can NOT be proven.
You also show that you have no clue as to how our LEGAL system works- that being that the onus is ALWAYS on the accuser to prove that a defendant DID commit a crime; the onus is NEVER on the accused to prove that they did NOT and that is because a negative can NOT be proven.
-2 +-1 =-1

Negative proven. Find your Santa Claus thread, would ya?

RiversideRedneck

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#621929 May 7, 2013
OCB wrote:
<quoted text>If you truly felt the doctors were incompetent and caused the premature demise of your mother-in-law, suing would have made sense and all the more in order to protect future patients from a doctor you found to be incompetent.
Okay.....so if it was "god's will", what are you complaining about?
F_CK. You're dense. I'm complaining about malpractice and misdiagnoses.

This topic all stems from Koder's comment about trusting in medical science will keep you happy and healthy but mythology will lead to an early death (or something like that).

Bullshit.

RiversideRedneck

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#621930 May 7, 2013
OCB wrote:
<quoted text>RR, you've lost this one just like so many others.
Enough.
You don't getta claim your own victory.

Carrion.

OCB

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Since: Apr 12

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#621931 May 7, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>
F_CK. You're dense. I'm complaining about malpractice and misdiagnoses.
This topic all stems from Koder's comment about trusting in medical science will keep you happy and healthy but mythology will lead to an early death (or something like that).
Bullshit.
No- YOU are dense! I KNOW what you're complaining about.

But your "outrage" was not intense enough for you to have taken action to put a doctor YOU thought was guilty of malpractice and misdiagnosis out of business!

So "complain" away instead of actually DOING something about it.

I know that is what you prefer since it allows for your self-inflicted persecution complex to continue to grow- just like a CANCER.

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#621932 May 7, 2013
Truth signed in wrote:
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Magic....really. So tell me, I get the whole...evolutionary bit...regarding our ancestral lineage. But do tell...please...how science suggest the world and all that inhabits it came to be. Oh wait...let's see...there's that whole Big Bang theory...hmmm...let's see...I do believe in this theory...life basically emerges from nothing. That's pretty cool, except we've never recorded another single event where life springs from nothing. Sounds magical to me.
The Hubble law for the large scale redshift of galaxies (i.e. redshift proportional to distance) is usually taken as evidence (if not proof) for the picture of an expanding universe in general and the Big Bang theory in particular. However, recessional velocities have by no means been actually measured, and the assumption of the Doppler effect being responsible for the shift was only reached due to the absence of other known physical explanations (for the sake of historical correctness it should be pointed out that Hubble himself was apparently never certain about this interpretation of the redshift (see http://sites.google.com/site/bigbangcosmythol... )).
On my sister site plasmaphysics.org .uk I have indeed suggested a Plasma Theory of the Hubble Redshift of Galaxies. Whether this theory is the correct one or not, I would like to make clear on this page, that (as already indicated on the page The Big Bang Theory - A Flawed Concept) the concept of an expansion of the universe (i.e. an overall recession of galaxies) is a physically unacceptable model and thus not even a potentially viable explanation. http://www.physicsmyths.org.uk/expansion.htm
So, again, please, tell me....how exactly did we come into existence?
religitards, always prepared to build their god in the first pool of ignorance they find.

No amount of ignorance too small for the build of a christian god.

OCB

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Since: Apr 12

Orlando but NYC born & raised

#621933 May 7, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>
OF COURSE the patient gets the last word on YAY or NAY, stop it with that shit.
The point is - the patients make an uninformed decision because the "doctor" misdiagnosed the patient.
JUST like what happened to me friend. The "doctor" told him he has herpes inside his mouth. THAT was the diagnosis. So he decided to trust the "doctors" misdiagnosis and buy the proper medicine (which he didn't need). He didn't have herpes, he had an allergic reaction to toothpaste.
The stupid ass "doctor" would've known that with a simple culture sent to the lab. But NOPE, he didn't. He's a "doctor" and "knows" the difference between allergies and herpes.
Two words: SECOND OPINION.

And now a few more words: Your friend DECIDED to trust the doctor.

Your friend did NOT have to decide to trust the doctor and your friend had the choice and the right to seek a SECOND OPINION.

Take a car, for example. You can trust the first mechanic you go to and maybe he will fix your car and maybe he won't.

Or- you can wonder if his diagnosis of what's wrong with your car is correct and accurate or not and if you think you might get a different opinion from a different mechanic, you go to a different mechanic.

Ack- ENOUGH with this already! The majority of doctors are competent.

That there are some who are not does not negate the competence of those who are.

OCB

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Since: Apr 12

Orlando but NYC born & raised

#621934 May 7, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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You don't getta claim your own victory.
Carrion.
Yeah- I do- because I say so. Who the f*ck else can claim their own victory other than the person claiming it anyway?

And hey- if YOU can say that the sun rises and sets on the USA (to the exclusion of the rest of the entire world) I can certainly claim my own victory.....

Yeah- carrion- probably what you have for Sunday dinner!

LOL!!

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#621935 May 7, 2013
nanoanomaly wrote:
<quoted text>Right. Kids can't wear "God is love" on their t-shirts but "I rock cock" is ok now.
fight back

get one that says "jesus rocks cock"

OCB

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Since: Apr 12

Orlando but NYC born & raised

#621936 May 7, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>
-2 +-1 =-1
Negative proven. Find your Santa Claus thread, would ya?
OMG. RR, we were down this road AGES ago.

Your example does NOT apply. Not in the slightest and that was explained to you in GREAT detail many months ago.

STOP. You're making yourself look even MORE foolish though by now I would have thought that impossible to do.

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#621937 May 7, 2013
Truth signed in wrote:
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No it's political, as with everything in this world. Without politics...state, federal, and local funding would not occur. Without funding, academic research would not occur. Without academic research, there would be no theory of evolution. And, without a theory of evolution, we'd probably all still believe in God.. Don't kid yourself, it's not academic...it's political.
one does not need science to tell that christianity is a filthy philosophy.

OCB

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Since: Apr 12

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#621938 May 7, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>
F_CK. You're dense. I'm complaining about malpractice and misdiagnoses.
This topic all stems from Koder's comment about trusting in medical science will keep you happy and healthy but mythology will lead to an early death (or something like that).
Bullshit.
BTW, dopey- malpractice IS incompetence in that it is negligent.

If one is willfully negligent, one is willfully being incompetent.

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#621939 May 7, 2013
timn17 wrote:
<quoted text>They might as well be a denomination. If I was a christian, I would insist they were a splinter group.
They are not christian period. They are kooks and nut cases.

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#621940 May 7, 2013
karl44 wrote:
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religitards, always prepared to build their god in the first pool of ignorance they find.
No amount of ignorance too small for the build of a christian god.
The fact you start out using childish non words, dissuades from further reading of your babble.

Since: Jan 12

Memphis, TN

#621941 May 7, 2013
&fe ature=youtube_gdata_player
This link is an hour long so be patient and explore the evidence.

Is it possible that evidence that is slightly contrary to evolution as it is explained has been and is being suppressed? Why don't we here much of anything about the evidence and accounts of origin that is contrary to evolutionary theory as it is theorized?

It baffles me how scientists can look at the way life, matter, energy, and time works and then come up with an explanation for the processes that they already see happening, call it "science", accredit THEMSELVES for making the so-called "discovery", and then convincing lame-brained people that it all happened by itself and on its own because as they were studying these things they didn't see God. What's even more baffling is that the lame-brains play along and convince themselves that, yea, it happened by itself (as they are nodding their heads vigorously!)

RiversideRedneck

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#621942 May 7, 2013
OCB wrote:
<quoted text>Two words: SECOND OPINION.
And now a few more words: Your friend DECIDED to trust the doctor.
Your friend did NOT have to decide to trust the doctor and your friend had the choice and the right to seek a SECOND OPINION.
Take a car, for example. You can trust the first mechanic you go to and maybe he will fix your car and maybe he won't.
Or- you can wonder if his diagnosis of what's wrong with your car is correct and accurate or not and if you think you might get a different opinion from a different mechanic, you go to a different mechanic.
Ack- ENOUGH with this already! The majority of doctors are competent.
That there are some who are not does not negate the competence of those who are.
Derp. He DID get a 2nd opinion, himself.

He knew the so-called doctor was wrong and did research himself.

The majority of doctors are incompetent idiots that are just out to make a shitload of money. Period.

RiversideRedneck

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#621943 May 7, 2013
OCB wrote:
<quoted text>BTW, dopey- malpractice IS incompetence in that it is negligent.
If one is willfully negligent, one is willfully being incompetent.
You just described the majority of doctors.

Good job, your learning.

RiversideRedneck

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#621944 May 7, 2013
karl44 wrote:
<quoted text>
fight back
get one that says "jesus rocks cock"
The funny thing is, most schools would probably allow that.

But wear a "Jesus loves you" shirt and you get sent home.

O_o

RiversideRedneck

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#621945 May 7, 2013
OCB wrote:
<quoted text>No- YOU are dense! I KNOW what you're complaining about.
But your "outrage" was not intense enough for you to have taken action to put a doctor YOU thought was guilty of malpractice and misdiagnosis out of business!
So "complain" away instead of actually DOING something about it.
I know that is what you prefer since it allows for your self-inflicted persecution complex to continue to grow- just like a CANCER.
Ya, that's the answer... That's the fad....

SUE!

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