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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Thanks, Cletch.
Back off, he was talking to me!

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<quoted text>Yes, I own two Flugelhorns. One for classical stuff the other for more jazzy or contemporary music.
Do you blow on those Splugelhorns or suck?

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<quoted text> Youre a varmit who doesn't know what team hes on or who his head coach is? lost one for the gipper? First one? Thought he never lost a one?
That was a while ago.

I did a two-year stretch behind bars since then.

You know what an insult is?

When your boy drops your last name.

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That was a while ago.
I did a two-year stretch behind bars since then.
You know what an insult is?
When your boy drops your last name.
http://www.al.com/sports/index.ssf/2013/07/ge...
The kid's the son of Jim King, not Joe King as you ficticously call yourself. You're so sick...

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.. hi ya Big Brother. How was your vacation ??..
It was on a hunting trip of sorts, Li'l Sis - in search of the gold master points needed to become a life master at bridge - my latest goal - and available only at sectional bridge tournaments like the one I just attended in Puerto Vallarta. I was successful: I got a little over half of the number I needed (25) this trip, meaning I only need to do this one more time. I went without the Mrs, which made it a bit of a drag.
Happy Lesbo wrote:
.. yes, ego is part of self and serves a vital purpose. At times, philosophers refer to the ego as the false self so I understand what Buck is trying to say .. sometimes the ego can be a monster of madness (think Skom). When you walk in understanding, compassion and gentleness, ego is absent .. like organized religion, the painful need to always be right, the words of hate, the desire for vengeance and the proclivity to divide and separate is part and parcel of Topix .. if there's a better way, we must find it through each other ..
The better way will follow the decline of organized religion. It's a sure thing.

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Anon wrote:
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The kid's the son of Jim King, not Joe King as you ficticously call yourself. You're so sick...
Oh,...then I'm sorry. Obviously, the mistake is mine.

Or,...

If you read half-way down the page:

"Haas, the son of hulking former Alabama lineman Joe King, is already 276 pounds."

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Buck Crick wrote:
Is that why climate scientists lied about their global warming data and skewed reports? Is that what they considered as evidence being "evaluated and properly regarded"? Because to some, it was more like evidence being stuffed down a dust crack so they could get more funding by being on the politically-correct side of science. I'm just saying - some would take hiding one's data and lying about it that way. Have scientists found out if eggs are good for me or not yet? They've been around a long time.(both eggs and scientists)
If fraud were genuinely a deal killer for you, you would have been an atheist long ago.

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It aint necessarily so wrote:
The better way will follow the decline of organized religion. It's a sure thing.
Your kind seek to replace organized religion with organized unreligion.

Why is that better?

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Catcher1 wrote:
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Even with my limited technical skills, I FOUND IT!!
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Good boy.

Now don't let your mama catch you smacking it.

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Buck Crick wrote:
I have no surprise that you view Dave's comments as gibberish.
I doubt that anybody does. I suspect that it's not really debatable with most of his audience.
Buck Crick wrote:
What is it that makes one person interpret a point of view as profound, and another dismiss it as white noise?
I can only answer for myself.
Buck Crick wrote:
Now you may proceed to ridicule.
Thanks, you furfuraceous, pediculous, xanthodontous, pilgarlic (not really, amigo, but I thought that you might like some new insult words for your edificiation and future Topix posting).
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Buck Crick wrote:
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Do you blow on those Splugelhorns or suck?
Holy Shit, you're pretty ignorant about a lot of things aren't you!!!! Don't they you read in prison?
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Buck Crick wrote:
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Oh,...then I'm sorry. Obviously, the mistake is mine.
Or,...
If you read half-way down the page:
"Haas, the son of hulking former Alabama lineman Joe King, is already 276 pounds."
Scroll down to the bottom, and the name is once again Jim King. Well written article. Anyway, I don't buy that you're really Joe King, so I not going to pursue this.
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Dave Nelson wrote:
:-) You are exceptionally rational this morning. For you. More in the amusing range than the obnoxious one.
I've evolved since we last met.
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I have deduced a higher intelligent force from following the laws of physics, both the official, and my own experiments.
If it were deduction, others would be able to follow your argument and agree. I suspect something else.
Dave Nelson wrote:
I was trained and developed in the skills of following schematics, none of which have magic beginnings and endings to them.
Dave Nelson wrote:
Your ego precludes acceptance of such as you would like to fancy yourself as a creator.
My ego has served me well thus far, so I trust it.
Dave Nelson wrote:
In my experiments I found I could draw that force out of the ground and wrap it up. It became an invisible entity. I also disassembled it, and it didn't go with out a fight. This was the same technology employed by the megalith builders and their religion. They just had a different perspective and term of what the energy was.
OK.
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If you get within the influence of those devices on the macro scale you can get a religious experience.
What else is available? Those don't interest me any more.
Dave Nelson wrote:
Excuse the editing of your post to allow space for this response.
No problema, amigo. Edit away.

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Anon wrote:
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Scroll down to the bottom, and the name is once again Jim King. Well written article. Anyway, I don't buy that you're really Joe King, so I not going to pursue this.
Alabama has never had an offensive lineman named Jim King.

You can check.

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blacklagoon wrote:
<quoted text>Holy Shit, you're pretty ignorant about a lot of things aren't you!!!! Don't they you read in prison?
Yes, but it's mostly People Magazine.

And they never mentioned Splugelhorns.
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Thanks, you furfuraceous, pediculous, xanthodontous, pilgarlic (not really, amigo, but I thought that you might like some new insult words for your edificiation and future Topix posting).
bwhahahahaha

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It aint necessarily so wrote:
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I doubt that anybody does. I suspect that it's not really debatable with most of his [Dave's] audience.
That's because only one member of Dave's present audience is as smart as Dave.

Dave's post to which I referred displays more insight into the nature of humanity than everything you learned in medical school, or even if you throw in all your humanist propaganda literature.

His ability to experience and express it is the most impressive thing I've seen on Topix,...other than myself.

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RiversideRedneck wrote:
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Would you believe me if I told you I had a dream last night?
Yes, you would.
Without evidence to support it.
Imagine that.
Hey, I know a great term for your argument.

Red herring.

Heard of it?
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blacklagoon wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, I own two Flugelhorns. One for classical stuff the other for more jazzy or contemporary music.
Alright, you da man Doctor!

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