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  1. Thread: Iran

    by arenhaus
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    Um.. because unlike Israel and America which are...

    Um.. because unlike Israel and America which are democracies with very guaranteed and very much exercised freedom of press, Iran is a totalitarian theocracy with institutionalized thought police and...
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    Logic doesn't dictate what truth is. It's only a...

    Logic doesn't dictate what truth is. It's only a tool for testing the validity of arguments.

    "If someone commits murder and does not ask forgiveness, they will go to hell" is a logically valid...
  3. Thread: In God We Trust

    by tobbA
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    There has to be an objective reality. The entire...

    There has to be an objective reality. The entire fabric of the universe depends on it. If there wasn't, you'd be a person one day and a blob of slime the next. Of course, as a human being you have to...
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    Ignorance is bad. And I never advocated rubbing...

    Ignorance is bad. And I never advocated rubbing people out, banning their beliefs, or locking them up. So any suggestion as such is just absurd.



    I agree, and I also don't have to respect...
  5. Thread: In God We Trust

    by Elwell
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    I miss the good old days of religion threads on...

    I miss the good old days of religion threads on CA, when the believers would really try to put up a fight. It's kind of sad that the most this thread can muster is accommodationist...
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    I think a personification of nature is different...

    I think a personification of nature is different from an explanation of nature. The difference is as clear as the difference between contemporary science and ancient myth.

    And as for the second...
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    I'm just gonna leave these here ...

    I'm just gonna leave these here

    http://www.uwgb.edu/dutchs/pscindx.htm
    http://www.michaelshermer.com/weird-things/excerpt/


    Brendan, you're at an impasse bro. Even though us atheists expect...
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    What is alarming to me is that people can't...

    What is alarming to me is that people can't figure out that it's not religion, but it's abuse that leads towards various bad things.
    Also, it's not just abuse of religion, but abuse of many things...
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    Of course not Jacob. Considering how many...

    Of course not Jacob. Considering how many cultures fabricated Gods through religion I can't speak for all of them. But being and American I really should've have to.

    Jacob an atheist is simply...
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    "We dispense with Newtonian physics when it...

    "We dispense with Newtonian physics when it starts falling apart, we don't stick with it regardless of the circumstance. We don't use it to calculate the mass of quarks or the velocity of an...
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    Sketch: "And no, [adding up the pros and cons]...

    Sketch:

    "And no, [adding up the pros and cons] it's not a good way of analyzing history."
    "It's more about the social aspect ...than the actual merits of religion."

    D'oh!
    So analysing the...
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    Sure of course it depends on what constitutes...

    Sure of course it depends on what constitutes "serious danger" but religion does not have "serious danger" in the rational sense. It manufactures punishment if one does not adhere to the lie. The...
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    But that's exactly what you and others are doing....

    But that's exactly what you and others are doing. You're trying to balance some imaginary historical scale by listing all the good things that are loosely associated with religious people in hopes...
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    Beautiful! "On assignment in Palm Beach,...

    Beautiful!
    "On assignment in Palm Beach, Hitchens scored an invitation to dine at the town’s most exclusive, and allegedly anti-Semitic, country club. Though he admired Trotsky, truth be told Hitch...
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    "I strongly dislike drawing some kind of - as far...

    "I strongly dislike drawing some kind of - as far as I can see - arbitrary line between the religions that are "benign" and the ones that threaten our species."

    Welllll, I guess on the one hand...
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    "velocity: i really (sincerely!) enjoy reading...

    "velocity: i really (sincerely!) enjoy reading your posts...why do i bring ares up? because we are fighting the war against terror, and ares' two chariot battle horses with which he waged war were...
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    Hey it could've been Floyd Ticking away the...

    Hey it could've been Floyd

    Ticking away the moments that make up a dull day
    You fritter and waste the hours in an offhand way.
    Kicking around on a piece of ground in your home town
    Waiting...
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    I have only watched a few videos of Hitchens,...

    I have only watched a few videos of Hitchens, mostly pertaining to Christianity. I did enjoy this appearance on Real Time:

    -Ew9CngVeFA
    dsGUYnFAvdY

    But I don't know much about him other than...
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    Missed Ironies So Far: The incorrect use of...

    Missed Ironies So Far:

    The incorrect use of "prolific" in the OP, given how adamant Hitchens was about the quality of his English.

    "God speed to him" by Velocity.

    "Thank you for having...
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    Hitchens hated to be bored, and he often...

    Hitchens hated to be bored, and he often indicated that there was nothing he abhorred more than engaging a programmatic mind, regardless of its paradigm or ideology. I'm sure he had little respect...
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    Who's the Boson?

    Back that mass up: Scientists may have answers regarding the fundamental particle of mass. Sadly, there doesn't seem to be any explanation for bad puns.
    ...
  22. If you can see yourself doing anything else, then...

    If you can see yourself doing anything else, then do it. There's nothing ignoble about a stable, quite life.
  23. Science I keep noticing a lot of news sources going full...

    I keep noticing a lot of news sources going full "Another earth found!"

    http://www.nasa.gov/home/hqnews/2011/dec/HQ_11-408_Kepler_Habitable_Planet.html

    That's the nasa press release. There's a...
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    Imagine Halo but 1000 times bigger! ...

    Imagine Halo but 1000 times bigger!

    http://api.ning.com/files/OcyiNt-iStAyKt2Wprv-SfIkGrxGhp2jr7xEavlQsUZ47Ff1uGWRQBPOCz7FI65NztIaErYb4vKNuEpinVieI0GnfA-YLQkS/Ringword.jpg
  25. Thread: Scrith

    by s.ketch
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    http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2009/03/nanomusc...

    http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2009/03/nanomuscle/

    I just want my free nanosuit


    As VK mentioned:

    http://settlement.arc.nasa.gov/70sArt/AC75-1086-1q.jpeg...
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