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    Quote Originally Posted by bigredfish View Post
    One spermatazoon, many spermatazoa
    Pedobear sez diffrunt.
    If animals weren't meant to be eaten then they wouldn't be made of food.

    Lifting big, getting bigger.

    No use for an imaginary friend.

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    Copied from another forum, made me smile:


    A message to the believers:
    No, ID does not have sound arguments, and its claims are bogus. In no sense are they comparable to naturalistic claims such as one finds within evolutionary biology.
    No, evolution is not "just a theory".
    No, there is no reason at all to respect your beliefs. You, perhaps. Your beliefs, not so.
    No, scientific uncertainty does not mean that we ought to listen to every single hypothesis. Some are clearly wrong.
    No, you don't have a right to your beliefs. If they turn out to be mistaken, you have a duty to ditch them; and a person does not wrong you by correcting your errors.
    No, your failure to come up with an explanation of the world that does not include god is not evidence for the existence of god; it is evidence of your ignorance.
    No, the persistence of religious belief is not evidence that there must be something behind it.
    No, the belief in god is not a prerequisite of morality.

    To the agnostics:
    No, sitting on the fence does not indicate humility and open-mindedness. It indicates intellectual barrenness. Grow up.

    To the atheists: don't think you get off. You happen to be correct, but that isn't an excuse for being a prissy little blockhead - and being correct counts for nothing if it's not for the right reasons. You could get that from blind luck.
    No, the persistence of evil is not an argument against the existence of god.
    No, the persistence of evil actions by religious people is not an argument against religion.
    No, you don't have a right to your beliefs, either.

    And, finally, the hippies.
    No, god is not "inside you".
    No, your claims to be a "very spiritual person" do not demonstrate that you are "profound". They demonstrate that you are a cretin.
    No, things do not happen for "a reason" if, by "reason", you mean something more than "mechanistic cause". If that is what you mean, your statement is trivial, and it doesn't make you sound deep. You are not even shallow.

    And a link the boyf reccomends to show the scale of the universe: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gefOgPoH7yE

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miharu View Post
    Copied from another forum, made me smile:


    A message to the believers:
    No, ID does not have sound arguments, and its claims are bogus. In no sense are they comparable to naturalistic claims such as one finds within evolutionary biology.
    No, evolution is not "just a theory".
    No, there is no reason at all to respect your beliefs. You, perhaps. Your beliefs, not so.
    No, scientific uncertainty does not mean that we ought to listen to every single hypothesis. Some are clearly wrong.
    No, you don't have a right to your beliefs. If they turn out to be mistaken, you have a duty to ditch them; and a person does not wrong you by correcting your errors.
    No, your failure to come up with an explanation of the world that does not include god is not evidence for the existence of god; it is evidence of your ignorance.
    No, the persistence of religious belief is not evidence that there must be something behind it.
    No, the belief in god is not a prerequisite of morality.

    To the agnostics:
    No, sitting on the fence does not indicate humility and open-mindedness. It indicates intellectual barrenness. Grow up.

    To the atheists: don't think you get off. You happen to be correct, but that isn't an excuse for being a prissy little blockhead - and being correct counts for nothing if it's not for the right reasons. You could get that from blind luck.
    No, the persistence of evil is not an argument against the existence of god.
    No, the persistence of evil actions by religious people is not an argument against religion.
    No, you don't have a right to your beliefs, either.

    And, finally, the hippies.
    No, god is not "inside you".
    No, your claims to be a "very spiritual person" do not demonstrate that you are "profound". They demonstrate that you are a cretin.
    No, things do not happen for "a reason" if, by "reason", you mean something more than "mechanistic cause". If that is what you mean, your statement is trivial, and it doesn't make you sound deep. You are not even shallow.

    And a link the boyf reccomends to show the scale of the universe: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gefOgPoH7yE
    LMAO!
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    ^ plus one on the laughs!!!

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    [Orcish]: kek
    If animals weren't meant to be eaten then they wouldn't be made of food.

    Lifting big, getting bigger.

    No use for an imaginary friend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iSkate View Post
    Religion plays a role in almost all wars though. I don't think you can really find a war that you can look at and find no connection to religion somewhere within the motives.

    For example, the Crusades are 100% based around control of "the Holy Land"? That may be a long time ago, but today there are Jews&Muslims fighting in the Middle East for control of Israel for the same reasons, they want a place to call their own.

    If you read my post correctly you'd see I said I don't think religion causes wars. It very obviously plays a part in war but I personally don't believe it's ever based on just one thing.
    Goodbye and thanks for all the fish.

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