Prove there's a god.

“Is that all you've got?”

Since: Jun 10

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#639080 Jul 10, 2013
MisterCharrington wrote:
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Personal attacks? It was a legitimate question.
I've never consciously chosen not to fancy blokes I'm attracted to women, dark hair, dancer-fit, not skinny, around a UK size 12-14 with good skin. That is my 'type'.
A straight man could not achieve and maintain arousal to successfully participate in a sexual act with another man. Arousal is not an act of will or a choice. I don't need to email any academic institution to know this.
You are obviously speaking from personal experience where the idea of choice is concerned, apparently you're internally conflicted on the idea of sexual orientation...and gender.
All of these proponents of the idea of a 'gay lifestyle choice' are never keen to answer the question of when they made their choice to stop being attracted to their own gender.
A straight man doesn't need to be aroused to achieve an erection, have sex and produce ejaculate. Mengele knew this and so do homosexual, male predators...especially male convicts. Many male victims of rape end up questioning their sexuality after having orgasmed during the assault.

Consensual sex is all about choice or will. You choose what to do with who.

BTW, the email comment was about proof of the gay gene evidence not about your personal sex life.
Greens - tuf

Northmead, Australia

#639081 Jul 10, 2013
MisterCharrington wrote:
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"those who are not with us, are against us"~ US President George W. Bush paraphrasing Nazi Reichminister of Propaganda Paul Joseph Goebbels.
Yep, good old George can't think for himself can he?

How about " those who are not with us, are against suppression"

Since: May 11

Ashford, UK

#639082 Jul 10, 2013
Greens - tuf wrote:
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You know the Universe is constantly expanding?, so how large is large?
constantly expanding and creating an ever larger space which is hostile to life....

The fine tuning argument falls flat, thanks for your input, it was very helpful in reinforcing my point

“Is that all you've got?”

Since: Jun 10

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#639083 Jul 10, 2013
Aerobatty wrote:
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He's an extrapolator.
That sounds kinda...hot.

Damn it.

Since: Jul 09

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#639084 Jul 10, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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.....
So.....
MeteorDidit!
high on the list of probabilities

“First it steals your mind..”

Since: Jun 11

..and then it steals your soul

#639085 Jul 10, 2013
Greens - tuf wrote:
<quoted text> Totally agree. We will struggle, but I love the Ashes, more so when we are playing over there. I love the heritage of it all.
Where is Shane Warne when you need him?
What? He's in bed with Elizabeth Hurley, OK than, at least he has his priorities in order.
The Ashes is big news, even here. I think this is the year of the successful Brits (u20 rugby, Lions tour win, Murray wins Wimbledon etc).

I think they have you outgunned on form. On class, you guys have some great players, but they have not been firing.

Ah, Shane Warne. What a player. Best spin bowler I have ever seen, even better than Murali

Since: Sep 11

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#639086 Jul 10, 2013
True Truth wrote:
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Oh boy, and here we go again...
9/11 was an atrocious crime against innocent civilians.
Now, one question. Ok I wont bother asking to see if you know, since you can easily google and give the answer. So just honestly ask yourself, how many civilians died in Iraq during the U.S. led invasion? Or how many civilians died during U.S. airstrikes in the Gulf War? Ask yourself honestly, if you know these figures.
I'm not bringing this up to guilt you as an American or trivialise 9/11. It's just that you Americans have been singing this 9/11 song for a long time, know all of its details, know the exact number of people who died etc. Yet ask the average American how many people died in U.S. operations in various countries in the middle east, before 9/11, before Al-Qaeeda, and after 9/11, and they cannot even give a rough figure.
Are we non-Americans worth less than Americans? Are Arabs or Muslims worth less than westerners? You keep singing this song and playing the victim yet many of you don't know and don't care what shit your government does in the world in the name of the "American way of life".
Despite the condemnation of almost every Muslim country and every Muslim organisation in the U.S. of the attacks of 9/11, you keep pointing your finger at us stating "The Muslims didn't condemn the acts", "Why was there not a big uproar in the Muslim world?".
Let me ask you a factual question now: Why is it that from over 300 million of you, hardly any of you stood up and asked your government "What did you do this time?"? Not one of you stood up and said "Our government brought this war to our people and now our children are dying".
No. Oh contrai'e, you sent more of your children to join the government.
You can keep mourning for your 9/11. But I am done. There is no time anymore. We have to mourn for Iraqis now and it will take a lot more time to mourn for them. A hell of a lot more time.
You speek bad about merica? Merica save world and give demacrazy!

“I see quantum effects”

Since: Jan 11

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#639087 Jul 10, 2013
MisterCharrington wrote:
<quoted text>"those who are not with us, are against us"~ US President George W. Bush paraphrasing Nazi Reichminister of Propaganda Paul Joseph Goebbels.
He also said there's nothing wrong with dictatorship as long as he's the dictator.

Since: Sep 11

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#639088 Jul 10, 2013
Dave Nelson wrote:
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I don't recall a single Iraqi involved in 9/11.
I do recall Iraq invading Kuwait and the Arab world contributing to that first war against them. Most of those perps were from Saudi Arabia, which aided in that effort, and which is THE holy land of Islam.
The USA helped Muslim fighters in Afghanistan against the Soviets.
The 9/11 perps were non-players in that game. Their only justification was jihad.
Rabble rousing via religion. They are not religious people, just power hungry. And crooks. They fight among each other for power and control.
Your response there was not based on facts, but on this emotional reaction to the western world fanned by those thugs. You are a victim of them.
Muslims are not showing their best side. Even Europe is getting sick of them and their antics. China has no love for them. Russia has no love for them. The USA has no love for them. India has no love for them.
Their being a market for goods of other countries is the only thing that has prevented repercussions of a most serious sort.
The people with the money running this world will not allow them to go much further.
The areas they occupy are mostly wastelands already. The people are poor and expendable. It really wouldn't take much to end the problems they are causing. The world will breathe a collective huge sigh of relief if they should disappear in a few hours. There are those that will be glad to help them along their way to heaven. Pray with all your might they have not developed a neutron bomb yet.
Islam has become a pack of rabid dogs on the world stage. I suggest you start killing the leaders of that pack.
Do you recall our storied relationship with saddam?
Greens - tuf

Northmead, Australia

#639089 Jul 10, 2013
timn17 wrote:
<quoted text>"The events of the sixth day seem to require longer than 24 hours also. The text indicates that God planted a garden. This garden was not planted full-grown, since the text says that the trees were caused to sprout or grow (Hebrew tsamach30). The amount of time allowed for the garden to grow is not stated, but would presumably take longer than 24-hours. After the garden had grown sufficiently, the man was placed into the garden to cultivate it.31 By this time, the trees were producing fruit so that Adam could eat.32 This process takes a period of time greater than 24 hours. Next, Adam was given the assignment of naming the birds, cattle and wild animals. The list includes only birds and mammals and does not mention fish or other lower life forms. Even so, it would require that Adam name at least 14,600 species (8,600 species of birds and 4,000 species of mammals). This would require Adam to name more than 10 species per minute (assuming he had the entire 24 hours)."
Hilarious stuff.
Hey, I have been told , and I mean told, that words were man made , it was a very long process, so how on earth could Adam name all the birds, cattle and wild animals ????? How ????
In what language?, Gods language?
P.S, define "wild animals" because I'm pretty sure back than that all animals were wild.
Greens - tuf

Northmead, Australia

#639090 Jul 10, 2013
nanoanomaly wrote:
<quoted text>A straight man doesn't need to be aroused to achieve an erection, have sex and produce ejaculate. Mengele knew this and so do homosexual, male predators...especially male convicts. Many male victims of rape end up questioning their sexuality after having orgasmed during the assault.
Consensual sex is all about choice or will. You choose what to do with who.
BTW, the email comment was about proof of the gay gene evidence not about your personal sex life.
Are you serious?
I hope not.

Since: Sep 11

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#639091 Jul 10, 2013
Truth signed in wrote:
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Contrary to what you apparently understand, the Gulf War was a war waged by a U.N.-authorized coalition force from 34 nations that was led by the United States, against Iraq in response to Iraq's invasion and annexation of Kuwait. Subsequent wars have also been authorized by the United Nations. Exactly what country are you from? I would certainly hope it isn't one that is part of the United Nations, because if so, you really should rethink that statement. Do you even understand what the wars are about? I'm not saying I agree or disagree with the wars...and I'll be the first to agree, our government is about half retarded, but you can't lay the blame of the wars on the US alone.
We pretty much created saddam. We wanted a powerful pro us ally in the region to harass iran. Sometimes our foreign policy comes back to bite us.

“Is that all you've got?”

Since: Jun 10

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#639092 Jul 10, 2013
Double Fine wrote:
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Not so.
Energy can be a catalyst (it sure is a good one), but to reproduce it in a lab is not very easy. First, meteor impacts, due to the velocity, hqs a high energy release on impact. How high? Very close to nuclear explosions, to be honest (depending on size. The Doomsday rock that wiped out the dinosaurs was Everest size and released more energy than a billion Hiroshima bombs)
That kind of energy alone is hard to reproduce, without killing anybody in the vicinity. Then, to actually experiment with it? Way harder. Way more expensive.
The amount of energy an impact like the one Hiding suggested would destroy life, not create it.

http://www.isgtw.org/feature/cern-lends-hand-...

The CERN operators have a better handle on the type of catalyst that might work. "Might" is the key word here.
Greens - tuf

Northmead, Australia

#639093 Jul 10, 2013
Double Fine wrote:
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The Ashes is big news, even here. I think this is the year of the successful Brits (u20 rugby, Lions tour win, Murray wins Wimbledon etc).
I think they have you outgunned on form. On class, you guys have some great players, but they have not been firing.
Ah, Shane Warne. What a player. Best spin bowler I have ever seen, even better than Murali
Yep Murray winning Wimbledon was awesome for them. I've always liked him.

If Clarke and Warner can fire up than we are surely some hope.
Warner can change a game in one session.

Since: May 09

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#639094 Jul 10, 2013
Truth signed in wrote:
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I haven't read the original research from the scientists...I never claimed to have.But I've read many research articles regarding the matter that have been published in scientific magazines, on the net, from the news...some are quite lengthy and in depth, while others are simple summaries. Most, if not all, are very supportive and optimistic. I am not. And to be honest, I haven't read a single creationist summary regarding the matter at all. I'm skeptical for many reasons...but not from a lack of understanding and not simply because I believe in God. My asking an opinion on a creationist view on an issue is simply not reason enough for you to jump on your pedestal of intelligence and assume I lack the ability to discern information of any sort.
It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out that living matter does not arise from non-living matter...so I don't have to postulate a testable, disprovable hypothesis that science can use as an alternative to abiogenesis to make the claim that it's far fetched....because it is! Show me one piece of evidence to back up abiogenesis ...just one...and then you might have a reason to be so condescending. Until then, you're just showing your character....not your intelligence!
A few minutes search time.

http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2008/10/for...
http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2009/05/rib...
http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2009/03/mut...

Make from it what you will.

Since: May 11

Ashford, UK

#639095 Jul 10, 2013
Aerobatty wrote:
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He also said there's nothing wrong with dictatorship as long as he's the dictator.
His father said, "I don't know that atheists should be regarded as citizens, nor should they be regarded as patriotic".

...father and son were both born with silver boots in their mouths.
Greens - tuf

Northmead, Australia

#639096 Jul 10, 2013
MisterCharrington wrote:
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constantly expanding and creating an ever larger space which is hostile to life....
The fine tuning argument falls flat, thanks for your input, it was very helpful in reinforcing my point
So what you are saying is if there is no "space" than life cannot exist, but if there is "space" than life has a chance to spring forward out of nothing even though it's environment it has entered is hostile towards it.

Got it.

Since: Sep 11

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#639097 Jul 10, 2013
Dave Nelson wrote:
http://sciencefocus.com/qa/doe s-dna-transplanted-organ-chang e-recipient
I asked about DNA and organ transplants earlier. No one knew, evidently.
The above says they don't change. The transplant is always treated as a foreign body unless the DNA are a close match.
Again, for the material consciousness only people, how would a major transplant affect your consciousness? Feel free to respond.
And would my balls allow Aerobatty to pass on intelligence?
What are you asking exactly? Are you starting from the assumption that transplants do affect consciousness?

“Is that all you've got?”

Since: Jun 10

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#639098 Jul 10, 2013
Greens - tuf wrote:
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Are you serious?
I hope not.
About which part?

“First it steals your mind..”

Since: Jun 11

..and then it steals your soul

#639099 Jul 10, 2013
nanoanomaly wrote:
<quoted text>The amount of energy an impact like the one Hiding suggested would destroy life, not create it.
http://www.isgtw.org/feature/cern-lends-hand-...
The CERN operators have a better handle on the type of catalyst that might work. "Might" is the key word here.
Agreed, "might" or "may" are the words that should be used

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