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Recent content by rivrrat

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    Does water have a taste? Is atheism a religion?

    Well that would be something
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    No god, or probably not a God (for an added bonus the invese God Vs. probably God)

    Re: No god, or probably not a God (for an added bonus the invese God Vs. probably Go Hey, ask the scientists who said they created something from nothing. ;) The 'nothing' was an empty vacuum. Then there was matter there.
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    Does water have a taste? Is atheism a religion?

    But how can I not know nothing if I believe in nothing? Nothing apparently knows me, so I must have met nothing somewhere. Or maybe nowhere.
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    No god, or probably not a God (for an added bonus the invese God Vs. probably God)

    Re: No god, or probably not a God (for an added bonus the invese God Vs. probably Go I think this is the core issue with many "believers". They are not able to accept 'not knowing' and must attribute an answer to *something*, even if they just make it up. This has been going on since the...
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    No god, or probably not a God (for an added bonus the invese God Vs. probably God)

    Re: No god, or probably not a God (for an added bonus the invese God Vs. probably Go Over a decade ago. Out Of Pure Light, Physicists Create Particles Of Matter
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    Does water have a taste? Is atheism a religion?

    Well good for nothing. Nothing is smarter than nothing seems. Which would seem to indicate that nothing is in fact not nothing and nothing could be something,
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    Does water have a taste? Is atheism a religion?

    ... but I don't believe in "nothing". I am not a zen thing. :2razz:
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    Does water have a taste? Is atheism a religion?

    In what???
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    No god, or probably not a God (for an added bonus the invese God Vs. probably God)

    Re: No god, or probably not a God (for an added bonus the invese God Vs. probably Go You assume we know all there is to know. I know better. Secondly, we can and have created matter from nothing.
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    No god, or probably not a God (for an added bonus the invese God Vs. probably God)

    Re: No god, or probably not a God (for an added bonus the invese God Vs. probably Go Ooo, Ooo!! I know their answer for this one: Because it's "GOD". It exists outside "natural laws". ;) :lol: In other words, because it's the only way their belief can work. It's kind of like the ole...
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    No god, or probably not a God (for an added bonus the invese God Vs. probably God)

    Re: No god, or probably not a God (for an added bonus the invese God Vs. probably Go I self identify as an atheist. Of course it's *possible* that there are gods/desses, but I've not seen a lick of evidence for them. Therefore, I do not believe in them any more than I believe in any other...
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    Shocking phone-bill horror stories motivate regulators

    If a mechanic doesn't do what I asked and does work anyway, he will never get my business again. But I never take for granted that they're going to call me. I always state it outright and I always state that I don't authorize any work done in excess of what has been stated and quoted to me...
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    Shocking phone-bill horror stories motivate regulators

    I always do that with mechanics. I do not authorize any work to be done until they tell me exactly what work they are going to do and how much it will cost. That's just good common sense. If I didn't do that, it would be my own fault for getting screwed. Is it unethical for a mechanic to do...
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    Does water have a taste? Is atheism a religion?

    Laws that may or may not be correct. Personally, I subscribe to chaos theory. After all the research I've done on the universe, I see no "order". I see things that eventually fall into something that could be considered "order" (gravitational orbits, etc), but they sure as **** didn't start...
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    Prostitution

    To those pointing to sex slavery as a reason to keep prostitution illegal, you do realize, don't you, that slavery exists in other markets? Specifically farming and domestic services. Should we make farming illegal because people are brought here, forced to do manual labor, beaten, and...
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