Huh. Just like waaasssuuup?<quoted text>
I had this stupid cat once......
Atheism requires as much faith as religion?
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Atheism requires as much faith as religion? bearvspuma : The only problem with this rationalization is that ita s assuming all athiests are so because theya re intelligent in the ways of science and reasoning and all people that believe in a form of god are unintelligent.Join the discussion below, or Read more at Webbunny tumblelog.
“A sentient umbrella speaks” Since: Mar 11 52,717 Some stable somewhere 
#232252
Jul 11, 2014

“A sentient umbrella speaks” Since: Mar 11 52,717 Some stable somewhere 
#232253
Jul 11, 2014
Why are we agreeing so much lately? __________ For those of you who think that atheism is not a belief, could you explain to me what else you "know" is not a belief? 
Since: May 10 56,082 Location hidden 
#232254
Jul 11, 2014
You are saying a presently nonexistent future observer in the presently nonexistent future time exists in physical reality. You are saying a hypothetical calculation means something calculated physically exists. That is wrong, and that is stupid. No infinite can exist in physical reality. The one you just described is a theoretical model; it is imagination. You can have all the physical infinities in your imagination you want. In physical reality, we are a bit more limited. 
Since: May 10 56,082 Location hidden 
#232256
Jul 11, 2014
It's proof you can learn under the power of my brilliance. 
Since: May 10 56,082 Location hidden 
#232257
Jul 11, 2014
You're welcome, maam. 
“I started out with nothing” Since: Nov 10 42,230 and still got most of it left 
#232258
Jul 11, 2014
I had a dog who was stupid, never realised she was not a pup anymore and repeatedly bumped her head when she walked under something. 
“I started out with nothing” Since: Nov 10 42,230 and still got most of it left 
#232259
Jul 11, 2014
So did you, you stated this claim, you provide evidence that babies are born with belief in any dietiy No they are not in error, they just contradict your home school PhD religion philosophy for dummys book lirninÂ’. 
“Wrath” Since: Dec 10 38,137 Is revenant 
#232260
Jul 11, 2014
A observer now or in the future is irrelevant. It isn't a hypothetical calculation, as calculation means a "mathematical determination". We are talking about a calculation of this physical reality. Yes the condition physically exists, and we are seeing light that is nearly 13.7 billion years old now. but will never see light from further than 14.3Gpc. From there on out everything is causally disconnected from us forever and has moved into infinity. This condition that exist right now, the same as if you try to fly a an aircraft using afterburners on a trip that exceeds it's fuel burn rate per hr past it's physical limit, it will run out of fuel before it reaches it's destination. A calculation of a condition in the physical reality. This is the infinite universe. http://io9.com/newsurveysupportstheoryof... 
#232261
Jul 11, 2014
Hidingfromyou wrote: <quoted text> It's difficult for me to imagine stupidity on your level. So, thank you for this display. It is low comedy but appreciated for a laugh 

Since: May 10 56,082 Location hidden 
#232262
Jul 11, 2014
I stated no claim. You stated the claim here. You claim to know what babies believe. You have yet to back up your mouth. Then you lied, trying to place the burden elsewhere. Typical Christinemc^2  make a claim, it fails, then lie about it. 
“Wrath” Since: Dec 10 38,137 Is revenant 
#232263
Jul 11, 2014
Well, he might have been a little smarter than waaasssuuup. 
“I started out with nothing” Since: Nov 10 42,230 and still got most of it left 
#232264
Jul 11, 2014
Buck, dreariest buck. Will you stop pretending to be a sociopath, have you not realised yet that the only persona taking in by your dunning kruger personality problem is you? 
Since: May 10 56,082 Location hidden 
#232265
Jul 11, 2014
You are a moron. It is a hypothetical and theoretical calculation. Theoretical math can have infinite values. Nothing physical can. Exceeding what you can observe is not the same as infinite. Proof: 1. If the distance you refer to is infinity, half that distance is also infinity. 2. Therefore, the distance is equal to half the distance, but also greater than half the distance. 3. In a physical universe, "equal to" and "greater than" is a contradiction. 4. Therefore, your infinite universe cannot be a physical universe. I'll ask again  please provide an example of a physical infinite. 
Since: May 10 56,082 Location hidden 
#232266
Jul 11, 2014
I'm not a sociopath? Obviously, you have not spoken to my parole officer. Or my exwife. Or the two cops who tried to arrest me in Columbus, Georgia. Or,...never mind. 
“I started out with nothing” Since: Nov 10 42,230 and still got most of it left 
#232267
Jul 11, 2014
I stated no such claim Your claim was Nobody is born an atheist. By such a definition, a turd is an atheist. An atheist is a person who holds the belief that gods do not exist. Don't make me prove it. It bores me. http://www.topix.com/forum/religion/atheism/T... Therefore you indicated that you know babies are born theist 
Since: May 10 56,082 Location hidden 
#232268
Jul 11, 2014
You are just remembering your childhood. 
“Wrath” Since: Dec 10 38,137 Is revenant 
#232269
Jul 11, 2014
You are the moron, sure you can measure a part of infinity, that is finite amounts. But no series of measurements can measure it's entirety. To measure an infinite distance a series of measurements can be made, but you can never reach the end by taking the last measurement. In other words you can measure till you tire of measuring and never finish. So yes you can't measure half an infinity moron. 
Since: May 10 56,082 Location hidden 
#232270
Jul 11, 2014
Not being an atheist doesn't mean one is a theist. You claimed to know babies have no belief in deities. Back it up. 
Since: May 10 56,082 Location hidden 
#232271
Jul 11, 2014
If you can measure its parts, it cannot be infinite. It doesn't matter whether you can measure all its parts. By measuring one part, infinite parts is invalidated, because infinity cannot be reached by any sequence of addition, regardless of whether you can measure the sequence or if you cannot. By beginning to measure physical parts, we know the additional sequence of parts cannot be infinite. A universe is made of physical parts. Therefore, the universe cannot be physically infinite. It doesn't matter whether you can measure the physical parts, or whether you cannot. There is no way to measure the number of bacterial cells on the planet Earth. We could make calculations, but we cannot measure them physically. Still, regardless of the calculating difficulty or result, we know the number of bacteria is finite because it is a physical sequence of addition. This is because adding a part to a finite value results in another finite value. Then another finite value, then another finite value,... And always will. Aunt Martha: "... sure you can measure a part of infinity, that is finite amounts." What is the finite amount that immediately precedes infinity? Take that amount, add one. Is the result finite or infinite? Answer: Finite OK, go to the next larger amount. Add one. Is the result finite or infinite? Answer: Finite OK, go to the next larger amount. Add one. Is the result finite or infinite? Answer: Finite OK, go to the next larger amount. Add one. Is the result finite or infinite? Answer: Finite OK, go to the next larger amount. Add one. Is the result finite or infinite? Answer: Finite OK, go to the next larger amount. Add one. Is the result finite or infinite? Answer: Finite OK, go to the next larger amount. Add one. Is the result finite or infinite? Answer: Finite OK, go to the next larger amount. Add one. Is the result finite or infinite? Answer: Finite OK, go to the next larger amount. Add one. Is the result finite or infinite? Answer: Finite OK, go to the next larger amount. Add one. Is the result finite or infinite? Answer: Finite OK, go to the next larger amount. Add one. Is the result finite or infinite? Answer: Finite OK, go to the next larger amount. Add one. Is the result finite or infinite? Answer: Finite OK, go to the next larger amount. Add one. Is the result finite or infinite? Answer: Finite __________ Please explain how this repetition gets you beyond a finite value. 
“I started out with nothing” Since: Nov 10 42,230 and still got most of it left 
#232272
Jul 11, 2014
A lovely thought, yup I was a child, and you know the dog was not called anything like buck 
 
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