Why there almost certainly is No God!!

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Desibaba, Oct 26, 2006.

  1. nuncaquite

    nuncaquite Member

    That's what I thought. CUTNPASTE:) Devoid of your own thoughts. Ive noticed that many or your kind are like this. You still exist to me. Im going to make you my MESO special project. [:eek:)]Just funnin ya. Have a good life copycat.
     
  2. BBC3

    BBC3 Member

    These are good links for some sik-ASS-SCiEEE'o-TT. Thx.. I will have to take some time here when I am in OPEN MODE. Im expressing too much right now to lend it proper merit...

    But, Me Likes Ur Style - Guaroanteeed...!:D;):)

    ive been in what you could say one of those...the next chapter of your life events since Friday so havnt had much time to post but all that you are chewing on is in the right path so here is some more to throw at you...

    you are right and common sense and instinct is the way to go once again in the game of life... why does nothing that you are told.... make sense... the models,examples,science,etc.... cuz it really dosnt work.Yes its all electro magnectic.... we are basicsally remote controlled...sound crazy...maybe.

    dig in to these... our Spelled Universe, Procession and Zodiac [ Luna and real Moon IV], page 1

    Dimensions of the Cosmos Collapsing Soon [ Luna and Moon -final ] , page 1

    and a model of your prison right at the Vatican
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    tomorrow my brain will be back in order to give some input[/QUOTE]
     
  3. dnoyez

    dnoyez Member

    Take your time bro there is a lot out there to be put together.. likeminded induviduals are far and few when it comes to these things.
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  4. Michael Scally MD

    Michael Scally MD Doctor of Medicine

    This image purportedly showing a "4th Grade Science Quiz" hit the Internet in April 2013, showing a classroom test entitled "Dinosaurs: Genesis and the Gospel" and consisting of several true/false and short-answer questions about dinosaurs and the Bible, which a student had all answered correctly in accordance with religious Young Earth creationism (rather than scientific) principles. snopes.com: 4th Grade Science Quiz

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  5. c_los316

    c_los316 Junior Member

    Why is it that people stop believing in Santa and the Easter bunny but continue with this "God" thing? The Bible was put together by a group of people who were designing a structure to control the masses? Hmmm, sounds like government to me but without territorial limitations. Religion is the ultimate divider and the idea/fear of God is garbage. I'm getting irritated just thinking about it. Time to crush my legs
     
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  6. Dr JIM

    Dr JIM Member

    LMAO

    But in fairness do I believe the "4th grade test" would be more accurate (based on KNOWN evidence) if administered by the evolutionists, why of course NOT! And if you (generically) don't understand where I'm coming from, your emotional involvement has blinded you judgement, IMO.

    Damn what ever happened to reason and compromise and why are so many people color blind, able to see only black an white yet NO SHADES if GRAY?

    What a shame it is, because our children suffer as a consequence of this utter nonsense !!!

    The real problem with public schools today and WHY they perform so poorly compared to other "developed countries"?

    They use taxpayers money to discuss social issues from this garbage to cultural variances here and abroad.

    (And a considerable portion of those social issues adults can't even agree, on so why in the hell we are exposing this type of JUNK to 4th graders is beyond reason, IMO)

    Well shit, when time is DEVOTED to such divisive garbage, especially as a MANDATORY SCHOLASTIC REQUIREMENT, MUCH less time is available to study OBJECTIVE SUBJECTS.

    You know those subjects which US students are "failing" compared to those other countries right?

    Hint they allow graduates to participate and compete in today's world based economy!

    Included are READING, WRITING and ARITHMETIC, duh JIM!

    My real point? It never ceases to amaze me how ingrained misappropriated funds are in my beloved country and how often the excuse used is; "but sir it's for our children"! LMFAO

    Ironically although governmental educational expenditures have increased EVERY damn year (to keep up with inflation, lol) the same has NOT occurred with student achievement and/or competency scores!

    Nope, excluding a few periodic improvements often used by educational pundits, they have remained STAGNANT for some 50 years.

    Yup but we taxpayers continue to feed this BIG FAT PIG all the while contributing to the delinquency of a broken system which has FAILED our children!!!

    UTTERLY PATHETIC

    Jim
     
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  7. You make some good points. I'm certainly not an expert in education or the school system. I disliked school. No, strike that - I absolutely detested it - from the very first day of the very first grade.

    That said, this social agenda is killing the educational system. Schools spend too much time teaching nonsense at the expence of math and science. Kids are graduating from high school without understanding basic algebra. I've seen firsthand what happens when they get to college - disaster. Their profs have to waste the first few weeks teaching the algebra they should have mastered by the 10th grade, because they need it for their classes.

    I found this on another site and thought it made your point quite well..


    The following examples may help to clarify the difference between the new and old math.

    1960: A logger sells a truckload of lumber for $100. His cost of production is 4/5 of this price. What is his profit?

    1970 (Traditional math): A logger sells a truckload of lumber for $100. His cost of production is $80. What is his profit?

    1975 (New Math): A logger exchanges a set L of lumber for a set M of money. The cardinality of set M is 100 and each element is worth $1.

    (a) make 100 dots representing the elements of the set M

    (b) The set C representing costs of production contains 20 fewer points than set M. Represent the set C as a subset of the set M.

    (c) What is the cardinality of the set P of profits?

    1990 (Dumbed-down math): A logger sells a truckload of lumber for $100. His cost of production is $80 and his profit is $20. Underline the number 20.

    1997 (Whole Math): By cutting down a forest full of beautiful trees, a logger makes $20.

    (a) What do you think of this way of making money?

    (b) How did the forest birds and squirrels feel?

    (c) Draw a picture of the forest as you'd like it to look.



     
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  8. BR1217

    BR1217 Member

    Love the time line, so true. My daughter is learning stuff in 5th grade that I remember learning in 3rd. I guess the government believes a dumb downed America is easier to manipulate and manage for the inevitable slaughter.
     
  9. nuncaquite

    nuncaquite Member

    I dont think this religion thing is going away anytime soon. So here is maybe a good best worst argument for Christianity. If you live in the USA. There are many religions, but the one that most likely replace Christianity is the one that will cut off your head if you dont convert. In your case, convincingly act as though you believe or suffer and die.
    Get rid of Christianity and the void will be filled. Maybe better to have a religion that allows you to peacefully not believe.
    I said my argument sucked, but its true.:)
     
  10. boxer15

    boxer15 Member

    Every conflict in this world can somehow be related to a religious act or religion in someway. If religion were gone two things would have happened. World Peace or the Destruction of the Planet.
     
  11. Dr JIM

    Dr JIM Member

    Was every war fought in Jerusalem, NOT!

    Perhaps your overlooking those wars which were fought over power and money (the majority) and anyone whom blames the greed of those involved on RELIGION, well DUH!!!
     
  12. boxer15

    boxer15 Member

    Oh yeah forgot about money which is the root cause of everything
     
  13. Dr JIM

    Dr JIM Member

    Well then what about "the war in the Nam"?

    Wasn't the US there to detour the spread of communism?

    Why else would the US have committed thousands of this countries best soldiers to a country far removed from such monetary interests like oil, gold, diamonds etc?

    Where's that money pit?

    Try the power play mate? What's that?

    Well perhaps the fact N.Vietnam and China share common borders about the southwest portion of China had A LOT to do with why we were there.

    Moreover that land grab would have extended (doubled) "friendly territory" within the China sea considerably!

    Those two factors combined would have augmented US presence in the area and enhanced our POWER regionally.

    Inhibit the spread of communism my arse, lol!

    :)
     
  14. Michael Scally MD

    Michael Scally MD Doctor of Medicine

    The Last Taboo
    The Last Taboo - Jennifer Michael Hecht - POLITICO Magazine

    It’s harder in America to come out as an atheist politician than a gay one. Why?

    Was it really harder to come out as an atheist politician in 2013 than as a gay one 25 years ago?

    Incredibly, the answer might be yes.

    For starters, consider that there is not a single self-described atheist in Congress today.

    Not one.

    It wasn’t until 2007 that Rep. Pete Stark, a Democrat from Northern California, became the first member of Congress and the highest-ranking public official ever to admit to being an atheist. (And even he framed it in terms of religious affiliation, calling himself “a Unitarian who does not believe in a supreme being.”)

    Stark was elected twice after this, but when the 20-term congressman lost his seat last year, it was to a 31-year-old primary challenger who attacked him as irreligious, citing, among other things, Stark’s vote against our national motto: “In God We Trust.”
     
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  15. BBC3

    BBC3 Member

    YOUR ARGUMENT DID SUCK.. You are CLEARLY clouded by your PASSION....

    Now PAY ATTENTION and LEARN how to STROKE IT RIGHTEOUS STYLE...! Pop one off as if GOD HIMSELF jacked it. I AM CUMING...! I am ON THE WAY....:)

     
  16. nuncaquite

    nuncaquite Member

    Apologies, this is the best I can do lately. I think the short days are beginning to affect my passion.
    You on the other hand must live south of the equator.:)
     
  17. dnoyez

    dnoyez Member

    It may take destruction of the planet to get your world peace
     
  18. nuncaquite

    nuncaquite Member

    Naw, this rock will keep on spinning. We will just destroy ourselves.
     
  19. Michael Scally MD

    Michael Scally MD Doctor of Medicine

    Do new anatomical structures arise de novo, or do they evolve from pre-existing structures?

    Advances in developmental genetics, palaeontology and evolutionary developmental biology have recently shed light on the origins of some of the structures that most intrigued Charles Darwin, including animal eyes, tetrapod limbs and giant beetle horns.

    In each case, structures arose by the modification of pre-existing genetic regulatory circuits established in early metazoans. The deep homology of generative processes and cell-type specification mechanisms in animal development has provided the foundation for the independent evolution of a great variety of structures.

    Shubin N, Tabin C, Carroll S. Deep homology and the origins of evolutionary novelty. Nature 2009;457(7231):818-23. http://www.allmanlab.caltech.edu/biCNS158/PDFs/Shubin2009.pdf
     
  20. Stretch

    Stretch Member

    Fixed:D

    I thought you guys said feathers were just scales which had been frayed on rocks:rolleyes::rolleyes:.....LMAO!

    The evolution I observe most frequently is the evolution of the evolutionary theory and those who support it.