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.

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Nov 19, 2012
 
blacklagoon wrote:
<quoted text>No, some of us LACK a belief!!!
We're comfortable being happy-go-lucky nonbelievers.

Nothing wrong with that!

No fear. Just do your best to lead a good and decent life.
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Nov 19, 2012
 
Catcher1 wrote:
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We're comfortable being happy-go-lucky nonbelievers.
Nothing wrong with that!
No fear. Just do your best to lead a good and decent life.
Correct, no false beliefs to clutter your life. Isn't it amazing that we can still have compassion for our fellow brothers and sister on this planet, and not running around raping every women we see. All without a mythical being controlling our lives. Just how DO we do it!!!

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Nov 19, 2012
 
blacklagoon wrote:
<quoted text>Correct, no false beliefs to clutter your life. Isn't it amazing that we can still have compassion for our fellow brothers and sister on this planet, and not running around raping every women we see. All without a mythical being controlling our lives. Just how DO we do it!!!
We have empathy.
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Nov 19, 2012
 
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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Should we gay an old science book about star formation? You know, back when they "knew" the Milky Way was the universe?
Or should we get a newer one, where they "know" more about gravity & hydrogen?
Or should we wait for a future science book where they'll "know" even more?
All Cosmological evidence point to clouds of dust and gas which gradually coalesced under the influence of its overall gravitational field. The gravitational field intensified steadily as material condensed, thus hastening further condensation.

This condensation produced out present sun, but it isn't likely that it did so in one smooth process. There must have been subcondensations formed so that there was a stage during the formation of the solar system where there were innumerable chunks of icy or rocky material--colliding, gorging, breaking up, recoalescing, and so on, and most of it gradually ending up in the central body.

As the coalescing Sun turns faster and faster, the centrifugal effects that tend to throw outward form the center grow marked, particularly where the rate of turn is greatest--at the equatorial region of the coalescing body. As the Sun progresses toward its formation, it becomes an ellipsoid, with matter jutting far out from the equatorial regions in the form of a thinning sheet.

The matter within this equatorial regional sheet can coalesce to form conglomerations of matter smaller than the central body---conglomerations that will continue to move about the Sun caught in the grip of that body's strong gravitational field and themselves separated by great enough distances from the Sun and from each other to be safe from collisions or near collisions that would alter their orbits drastically. And thus we end with planets circling the Sun.........So, now you know!!!!

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Nov 20, 2012
 
Catcher1 wrote:
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Well, they are from a science experiment some time ago and I no longer have a purpose for them. I think the answer is to chuck the magnet tower. Recyclable?
URGENT URGENT URGENT URGENT

DANGER DANGER DANGER DANGER

If you suspect they have been super glued together

DO NOT I REPEAT DO NOT HEAT THEM

Super glue when heated releases CYANIDE GAS

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Nov 20, 2012
 
Aura Mytha wrote:
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Okay Dave which theory of the origin of the universe is based on gravity alone?
I may be wrong, and it's fine if I am, but I suspect Dave will let this post and his expected response to get "lost in the ever changing EM graviometrimagnetonomicron " plasmathingie of stringythingeory".

Or something like that.

Paper clips.

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Nov 20, 2012
 
Richardfs wrote:
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URGENT URGENT URGENT URGENT
DANGER DANGER DANGER DANGER
If you suspect they have been super glued together
DO NOT I REPEAT DO NOT HEAT THEM
Super glue when heated releases CYANIDE GAS
Hmmm.

So how would one get the gas into liquid form?

Hypothetically, of course
Thinking

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#139219
Nov 20, 2012
 
That's nothing compared to the NT's attempt to remarket the foul tempered OT god. "Let's invent satan to explain why our god isn't a total bastard after all."
Dave Nelson wrote:
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All of your gravity based theories of the origination of the universe need new thingies to prop them up.
Shoulda got it right the first time. Or at least the first several.

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I give all year round. I don't require a special time of the year to give.
I love christmas! It is one of the best pagan rituals we follow!
You know the routine:
Evergreens in the house = pagan.
Celebrating the Winter Solstice = pagan
So on and so forth...
Xmas has been a secular holiday for a long time and it has never been christian.
Not so down under.....

We celebrate in the Summer Solstice as such... however, many Pagans of course, evolved and became Christians and celebrate Christmas. Probably many Pagans are not even aware that their ancestors, who were not monkeys, celebrated anything at all :)

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Atheists often attribute God with human characterists and/or flaws. They do this so they can pretend to scientifically scrutinize Him. That's why they call Him skydaddy, say He's an old white man with a long white beard & say that He lives in the clouds....
Athitards are cute.
Somewhere out here?

http://www.youtube.com/watch...

Our Universe is amazing and we are mere specks ~ but we are mere specks for a reason :)

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#139222
Nov 20, 2012
 
Double Fine wrote:
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Hmmm.
So how would one get the gas into liquid form?
Hypothetically, of course
Super glue is Methyl-2-cyanoacrylate when heated decomposes to Cyanide gas.

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Nov 20, 2012
 
Richardfs wrote:
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Super glue is Methyl-2-cyanoacrylate when heated decomposes to Cyanide gas.
Peach pits contain cyanide. Apricots, cherries and others do as well.

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Nov 20, 2012
 
Richardfs wrote:
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Super glue is Methyl-2-cyanoacrylate when heated decomposes to Cyanide gas.
So lets say I am heating superglue...

How do I get the cyanide gas into a liquid/solid form that I can actually feed an enemy...errr I mean just have some fun with?

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Nov 20, 2012
 
Serah wrote:
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Not so down under.....
We celebrate in the Summer Solstice as such... however, many Pagans of course, evolved and became Christians and celebrate Christmas. Probably many Pagans are not even aware that their ancestors, who were not monkeys, celebrated anything at all :)
When you say, "Not so down under....", are you talking about the Aboriginal people or the white settlers?

I am certain that the Aboriginal Australians did not celebrate jesus' birthday.

Pagans did not evolve into christians, they were mostly converted by torture.

"Living is easy with eyes closed, misunderstanding all you see." John Lennon.

Keep your eyes closed. Don't try to think. God likes them like that.

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Nov 20, 2012
 
scaritual wrote:
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Peach pits contain cyanide. Apricots, cherries and others do as well.
Yeah, but that is a very inefficient means of eliminating an enemy. People are going to notice peach stones in their coke :/

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Nov 20, 2012
 
Double Fine wrote:
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Yeah, but that is a very inefficient means of eliminating an enemy. People are going to notice peach stones in their coke :/
But they haven't yet.

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#139228
Nov 20, 2012
 
Thinking wrote:
Fair enough. Would you prefer a Sierpinski carpet?
I've read the bible so it's only fair that others keep up on the science.
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I prefer that you continue to use the correct terms, I just worry about the 'believer', they are told not to worry or understand the world around them.

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Nov 20, 2012
 
Catcher1 wrote:
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Shakespear?
In journalism school (I know something about this), the first thing you have drilled into you is:
Read your copy, read your copy, then read your copy.
Shakespear was a famous author. Him, Dikens and Orwill were some of the most famous writers ever.

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Nov 20, 2012
 
Double Fine wrote:
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Yeah, but that is a very inefficient means of eliminating an enemy. People are going to notice peach stones in their coke :/
hahaa...

Put them in a slingshot and go for a temple shot.

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#139231
Nov 20, 2012
 
KittenKoder wrote:
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But they haven't yet.
*Cough*

You really should not quit your dayjob to be a hired killer.

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