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    This. It's always vague, and it's always after...

    This. It's always vague, and it's always after the invention/discovery was made, that people try to backtrack and smuggle it into the holy book in question. Say you have a religious holy book X...
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    Lol. Also,...

    Lol.

    Also, https://rationalwiki.org/wiki/The_Miracle_of_Honey. etc
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    Tbh I'm not that familiar with Susskind's work...

    Tbh I'm not that familiar with Susskind's work with black holes, maybe someone else can chime in. My general perspective with regard to black holes is there is much out there that is quite...
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    In GR, gravity is not considered a force, but...

    In GR, gravity is not considered a force, but rather a fictitious force. The best way to observe this is in free fall, you feel nothing acting on you....you really feel nothing at all. This would...
  • This is a well-known example of selection bias. ...

    This is a well-known example of selection bias. I actually find myself doing this with the number 3:14 since it's the start of pi. It seems like of all the times I look at the clock (or even just...
  • Why the number 1111? (you say numbers 1111, but...

    Why the number 1111? (you say numbers 1111, but I take it this means the number 1111?). Let's look at the number...it's a palindrome number, but so are all kinds of others like 727. It's not even...
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    This (bolded). I mean for all the people so...

    This (bolded). I mean for all the people so skeptical of the Big Bang theory, it really is just a model of expansion extrapolated backwards to fit current observations around us. We see galaxies...
  • Not really a response to most of my post, the...

    Not really a response to most of my post, the solid moral framework you mention is somewhat questionable, as described above.

    I mention the exclusivity issue in general because a significant...
  • The morals "of Christianity".....you do realize...

    The morals "of Christianity".....you do realize Christianity doesn't have some exclusive claim on the moral ideas it pronounces, right? There was nothing strikingly new about things like the golden...
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    One of the more mindless posts I've seen on this...

    One of the more mindless posts I've seen on this forum to date. We have a bitter, anti-scientific dude here, probably angry science has shown clearly that humans don't occupy some special place in...
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    Poll: This has nothing to do with my belief. I'm...

    This has nothing to do with my belief. I'm merely wondering why he does not seem to be following the teachings of Jesus as stated in the Bible, if he is Christian.

    Say Brian across the street...
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    Poll: Spoken like a true Christian eh. Wonder where in...

    Spoken like a true Christian eh. Wonder where in the Bible Jesus proclaims that you should despise others.
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    Poll: Ah, that's what I suspected. Makes sense. So...

    Ah, that's what I suspected. Makes sense.

    So YEC's have no way of arguing that earth is 6,000 years old, versus say, 25,000 years old from nature itself. There is no science that positively...
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    I would consider a real math to be primarily...

    I would consider a real math to be primarily proof-based, as a start. In this sense, discrete math, which does utilize various proof techniques, including proof by induction, as well as a study of...
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    Poll: Very true. What exactly is the positive...

    Very true. What exactly is the positive scientific evidence they produce for a 6,000 year old earth? Actually curious to know this.

    And by positive, I dont mean a mere refutation of a...
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    Poll: Good question, forgot about that dude. Maybe...

    Good question, forgot about that dude. Maybe it's the lack of trinitarian debates as of late.
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    Loling at this so much....have fun with the...

    Loling at this so much....have fun with the circle jerk about that deep, deep, question you seem to be pondering: "what is intelligence, really"? Picture some 140 IQ+ people sitting around some...
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    IQcel confirmed. Lol

    IQcel confirmed. Lol
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    This isnt formal logic, it's mostly just replying...

    This isnt formal logic, it's mostly just replying to mindless rantings about semantics from TypeNirvash. Sorry you are unable to follow it for whatever reason, or even get my username correct. ...
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    The neg was for an utterly unrelated question to...

    The neg was for an utterly unrelated question to this thread, of being a virgin, which was a waste of post. This is a neg for you agreeing with me? Weird.



    You simply saying things does not...
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