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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Is that a fact?
Are you certain?
Yes, that is a FACT!!!! Try.........EDUCATING yourself, just try something a little different.

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Nope. Actually, I learned what cosplay means about 20 seconds ago.
Coldplay?

I like it.

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Mar 4, 2013
 
Ya that post of his was jaw dropping stupid. My science teachers encouraged us to find one observable error in any of our books one testable mistake and we would get crazy bonus points if we could anything. Dirty trick to make us study and participate more!

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Congratulations, man.
Once again you have shown that you are the second dumbest poster here.

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Should math teachers be made to teach alternatives to the multiplication table? Perhaps using tea leaves to foresee the answer?
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Then you are indoctrinating in atheism.
It does not support as I pointed out in a previous post tonight.
People of your mindset need to be removed from the public education system.

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<quoted text>I see no problem in disclosing the fact that complex chemical under the right condition can produce Amino Acids, the building block for life. That ALL living things rely on Amino Acids. I think any student with any intelligence at all will make the connection that this fact would be viewed as more than just a "spec" of evidence for abiogenesis.
And you would have what.....Here students is a choice for you to make on how life came to be.
A.) Complex Chemicals, and many of the same elements that not only make up the stars but also our bodies, were abundant on an early Earth. Science has show that Chemicals under the right
conditions can produce some of the ingredients necessary for life. With Helium ..nitrogen...oxygen..hydrogen and carbon, all some of the most abundant elements in the universe, and coincidentally most of what human are made of, it would seem that life in the universe is inevitable. The inevitable consequence of complex chemistry. or
B.) Simply because many things in the universe are so very complex, and we can't understand the complexity then we must assign a fictitious being to the design of this things. Unlike abiogenesis which is a concept fully rooted in the naturalistic realm, the design concept involves an invisible being for which there is not a shred of evidence. My dear students, Option B requires to you accept this premiss based on FAITH. Faith is what you MUST have when no demonstrable evidence is available.
If I were a student the choice would be very simple choice!!!
Oh, by the way, it was a stingray that killed Steve Irwin not a jellyfish....you don't get out much do you!!!!
Was it a jellyfish turned into a stingray by Global Warming?

...almost forgot...

Intelligent Design involves no invisible being.

Building blocks are the building blocks of buildings.

Finding some is a long way from having a building.

I don't think kids will make that jump - on their own.

But ahhhh,...they don't have to. It is supplied generously by the Darwinists.

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Ya that post of his was jaw dropping stupid. My science teachers encouraged us to find one observable error in any of our books one testable mistake and we would get crazy bonus points if we could anything. Dirty trick to make us study and participate more!
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Your teacher knew you couldn't find your ass with a bell on it.

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All based upon observable evidence bs none for any god.

Wow that brain damage has really retarded your thought process.
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The issue was teaching random abiogenesis as the sole reason for our existence. No deities or intelligent designers. All based upon conjecture.
I didn't think you would be smart enough to realize how that establishes an official declaration of atheism as the state religion.

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Mar 4, 2013
 
The deigned is known and discovered? This designer is observable?

Stop humiliating yourself lardass.
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First, even Hiding admitted abiogenesis is "necessary" for current evolutionary theory.
Second, ID is not rooted in anything supernatural.
In other words, something undiscovered and unknown to exist is necessary for evolution, but not for ID.

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Dave Nelson wrote:
http://www.cnn.com/video/?hpt= hp_t3#/video/us/2013/03/04/nr- cpr-senior-living-center.cnn
Progressive California humanism.
As dictated by progressive California lawyers, I am sure.
They elected a governor named "Moonbeam".

He has gas up to around $75 dollars a gallon out there now.

Everyone there with a brain has packed up and moved to Texas.

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<quoted text>I see no problem in disclosing the fact that complex chemical under the right condition can produce Amino Acids, the building block for life. That ALL living things rely on Amino Acids. I think any student with any intelligence at all will make the connection that this fact would be viewed as more than just a "spec" of evidence for abiogenesis.
And you would have what.....Here students is a choice for you to make on how life came to be.
A.) Complex Chemicals, and many of the same elements that not only make up the stars but also our bodies, were abundant on an early Earth. Science has show that Chemicals under the right
conditions can produce some of the ingredients necessary for life. With Helium ..nitrogen...oxygen..hydrogen and carbon, all some of the most abundant elements in the universe, and coincidentally most of what human are made of, it would seem that life in the universe is inevitable. The inevitable consequence of complex chemistry. or
B.) Simply because many things in the universe are so very complex, and we can't understand the complexity then we must assign a fictitious being to the design of this things. Unlike abiogenesis which is a concept fully rooted in the naturalistic realm, the design concept involves an invisible being for which there is not a shred of evidence. My dear students, Option B requires to you accept this premiss based on FAITH. Faith is what you MUST have when no demonstrable evidence is available.
If I were a student the choice would be very simple choice!!!
Oh, by the way, it was a stingray that killed Steve Irwin not a jellyfish....you don't get out much do you!!!!
You have a total mental block.

Why do you assume just because you can duplicate a chemical process that that process was not used in the beginning by another intelligent force?

Why do you refuse to allow even the thought of such an intelligent force being possible be allowed to be taught?

You people are loopy. Your "science" is a cumulative collection of individual minds creating a collective consciousness applying technology. Your mankind thing.

But even every mankind organization has a head, or central intelligence making decisions.

You idiots don't know what you are arguing for or about. It is strictly a reaction to a book and the political organization that developed from it, a political thing, and you turn against the entire universe and creative force.

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Should math teachers be made to teach alternatives to the multiplication table?
They already do.

Learning the tables was too much trouble.

Left insufficient time to study Al Gore's movies.

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All based upon observable evidence bs none for any god.
Wow that brain damage has really retarded your thought process.
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What was that degree? The one other than youtubepostology?

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Your issues are due to you being a complete reject not science. So this designer of yours is designing new strains of bacteria to kill millions of children?
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Yeah, but I did walk into an airplane propeller once.
Bad job, science.
I was also dragged behind a truck with an internal combustion engine once.
Bad boy, science!
I also had electroshock treatments 21 times in one month.
Bad, bad, bad boy, science. <wagging finger>
My friend bought this chemical compound to attract deer, and rubbed it all over himself. Then a big buck deer tried to fuck him.
Bad, bad, bad boy, Mr. Science.

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Now you tell me.
Where were you when I was running down the street holding my insides in with my hand?
I didn't know the two guys I wrestled that 9mm away from had a friend behind me with one just like it.
Felt like a cramp in my back. Till I saw the big hole where it came out the front. He was a lousy shot - missed my spine by a quarter inch.
Was that in your atheist days when you were less considered in your courses of actions?

I was raised in the city. You learned early not to take too many things like that for granted.

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blacklagoon wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, that is a FACT!!!! Try.........EDUCATING yourself, just try something a little different.
Al Gore's movie?

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

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Looking down at your fat jiggling stomach? Certainly it gets a workout from all your eating.
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<looking downward> Thanks, maam.

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More progressive science:

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

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Your issues are due to you being a complete reject not science. So this designer of yours is designing new strains of bacteria to kill millions of children?
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You want the job?

That's a hoot.

Everyone would be playing the one-hole flute.

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Mar 4, 2013
 
I actually posted a video to one of my previous classes at my old school Dave. If you lack the IQ to put it together from there that is on you.

I know you suffered brain damage old man and I'm sorry for that but you need to step it up before you are put out to pasture.
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What was that degree? The one other than youtubepostology?

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One cannot prove or disprove the existence of God using the scientific method. Therefore your thoughts and beliefs are just that. Yours. You, like all other people, have no right to impose said thoughts or beliefs upon your fellow man. Or to condemn them for having thoughts and beliefs of their own.

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