You know. I like that kind of a challenge.<quoted text>
Your education consists of soft sciences with just enough math you know where to go, to copy-paste.
If you had an education, you'd know that ATHEISTS assert that THERE IS A H.U.G.E. QUANTITY OF M.A.T.T.E.R. OUT THERE W.E. CAN'T T.O.U.C.H.
Mathematics and empirical observations CONSTANTLY point this OUT.
bUT FER YEW, IF I CAINT CEE IT, THIN IT AINT REEL, AN' THAT'S MuH
You've got he reflective depth of an illiterate Wyoming cowboy.
My organelles are excited for you. Ribosomes, Lysosomes, Mitochondria, and not to mention my endoplasmic reticula are all in an excited state, eagerly waiting for you to prove me illiterate and stupid (in other words, like you). My genes and chromosomes are all excited in double helixes - as their adenine, thymine, cytosine, and guanine all get into the act. Even my vacuoles and golgi apparatus are all excited. Through diffusion and osmosis, mitosis and meiosis, every cell in my body is just this side of cytolysis awaiting your judgement.
Actually, I'm doing a linear regression to determine through a 95% confidence interval using a T-distribution with 3 degrees of freedom and +/- 3 sigma that you're a certified nut without any type of education yourself. And guess what? The ANOVA table came back and said I'm correct within a .00003 standard error. The Pearson product correlation coefficient obtained between your education level and cultic devotion to the MoMos read -0.999999999.
Meaning of course, that your education level and cultic devotion are perfectly negatively correlated.
Next, we can discuss and study the macroeconomics of supply and demand of cultic religion in a pluralistic, secular society. The demand for cultic religion is highly inelastic, rapidly decreasing as scientific discoveries increase, and as the general education level of the populous increases. The opportunity cost of funds that would otherwise be spent in tithing to the church are therefore available to the Fed for increasing the money supply, enabling economic growth and investment without inflationary affects on the labor supply, interest rates, and GDP.
Or is there something else you wished to discuss?