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 Post subject: Re: Real or just Mythology? (Religion)
PostPosted: Sun Sep 20, 2009 3:59 pm 
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Sorry ducky i rly shouldn't u do raise good points but i will always believe in God .

Baptists FTW!!!!!!!!

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 Post subject: Re: Real or just Mythology? (Religion)
PostPosted: Sun Sep 20, 2009 10:57 pm 
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Praetor Fenix wrote:
Sorry ducky i rly shouldn't u do raise good points but i will always believe in God .

Baptists FTW!!!!!

ewww discussion killer D:

oh noes. the debate has been shot and is now bleeding profusely, debate has died.

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 Post subject: Re: Real or just Mythology? (Religion)
PostPosted: Thu Oct 01, 2009 6:12 pm 
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ahahahaha

your awsome ducky

i have read all that you have wrote in this forum,you are great

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 Post subject: Re: Real or just Mythology? (Religion)
PostPosted: Sat Oct 17, 2009 2:39 pm 
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I dont feel like reading the entire topic, so I dont know if this was mention already. Anyways, I watched a movie called "Religulous". (it is spelled that way) It is a documentary by Bill Maher. Very informative, he brings up quite a few shocking facts that I didnt know.

The movie really put things into perspective for me.


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 Post subject: Re: Real or just Mythology? (Religion)
PostPosted: Sat Oct 17, 2009 9:25 pm 
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hmm, interesting topic, read some of mrducky stuff and he is a very smart man,

Alas, I am still going to keep with my religion, not going to say what it is, but i'm still going to keep with it.

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something to give thought to as well.

I also saw religulous, their are some very informative and funny stuff in that film but all of it is clever editing and they did leave some counter arguments out, to whatever they were arguing, I saw the movie a while back to say exactly counter arguments to the movie, but a simple search on google should provide sufficient evidence about the movie.


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 Post subject: Re: Real or just Mythology? (Religion)
PostPosted: Sat Oct 24, 2009 11:17 pm 
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hmm, interesting topic, read some of mrducky stuff and he is a very smart man,

Alas, I am still going to keep with my religion, not going to say what it is, but i'm still going to keep with it.

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something to give thought to as well.

I also saw religulous, their are some very informative and funny stuff in that film but all of it is clever editing and they did leave some counter arguments out, to whatever they were arguing, I saw the movie a while back to say exactly counter arguments to the movie, but a simple search on google should provide sufficient evidence about the movie.


math is an intangible concept.

its a running joke.
amongst science jokes of course :D
because many mathematical concepts have no place in the real world.

ie.
Whats the difference between a pizza and a mathematician?
A pizza can feed a family


An infinite amount of mathematicians walk into a bar. The first one orders a beer, the second orders half a beer, the third orders a quarter of a beer, the fourth orders an eighth of a beer... the bartender says "You're all idiots.", and pours two beers.


A rancher needs a new pen for his sheep. He asks an architect, and engineer, and a mathematician for help to build the biggest pen possible.
He leads them to a stack of fence pieces.
The architect takes all the pieces and makes a square, saying it's the most usual shape for such a structure.
The engineer takes all the pieces and makes a circle, saying it's the strongest shape you can make.
The mathematician walks confidently over to the stack, takes 3 pieces and makes a triangle. He stands inside and says, "I define myself as outside of the pen."


Q: How did the constipated mathematician solve his problem? A: He worked it out with a pencil.


3 economists go hunting and approach a deer. The first economist takes a shot that's wide to the left. The second shoots, but he's wide to the right. The third economist jumps up a shouts "We got him!".


A physicist, a biologist and a mathematician are on vacation on a far-off island when they're arrested and thrown in jail for eating bananas on a Friday. The magistrate explains the strange sentencing laws of the island to them: "You'll each be locked in a cell for one month, with enough canned food and water to keep you alive. You cannot leave your cell or communicate with the outside world, but after that month, you'll be set free."
The academics are locked into their stone cells, and quickly realize that, although they have a reasonably large supply of canned food and water, they do not have can-openers.
When a month has passed, the guards open the cell doors to release the prisoners. They find that the biologist was able to develop a strange form of bacteria that would eat through metal but leave the food untouched, hence ensuring his survival. The physicist managed to arrange conditions such that the most favorable quantum state for the food would be outside of the can, and also survived.
They found the mathematician dead in his cell, surrounded by unopened cans of food. Scrawled in blood across the walls and floor were, "ASSUME CAN OPEN! ASSUME CAN OPEN!"


A physicist, chemist, and mathematician are at a conference. Each retires to his hotel room for the evening.
A fire breaks out in the physicist's room. He determines exactly what size fabric is needed to quell the fire, takes down a curtain, and smothers the flame. He goes back to bed.
A fire breaks out in the chemist's room, too. He mixes together some detergents from the bathroom and pour them on the fire, extinguishing it. He goes back to bed.
A fire breaks out in the mathematician's room. He sits down with a pencil and paper, calculating for ten minutes and then proclaims, "Yes, it can be extinguished," and then goes to bed.

btw, the comic strip is talking about a 'law', in this case, the law of addition, a law can happen and is testable, ie. go to wiki and type in quadratic formula and see how it was devised.
ie. 1 banana + 2 banana = 3 banana
1 x + 2 x = 3 x
1 + 2 = 3

btw (again) its not cool to kill discussion like that. "i have a religion and apparently an opinion, but ducky is too mean"

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 Post subject: Re: Real or just Mythology? (Religion)
PostPosted: Wed Jan 13, 2010 12:37 am 
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I'd like to state that anyone that is religious....your playing a war game about killing, conquering, and fighting so....yeah...... kinda contradicting dont you think?


well, unless your doing a holy war in the name of god....theeeeeeeennnn its apparently ok.




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Edit: When it comes down to it, No matter what is said of both sides, Human beings will always believe what they want to believe regardless of having a faith or not having a faith. We are raised in a stubborn world, we are raised to think we a different, we are raised to be divided by illusions like race, gender, age, religion, culture, music, movies, hair styles, clothes, wealth, and when it all comes down to it, its rather all pointless. Because whether you like it or not, we are all humans (as far as we know) and were in this life together. Stop wondering whose right and wrong, because while your busy telling the others that god will smite them, or that they are a fool for believing in a god, your going to watch your world fly right by you. You want some honest good advice...Shut up...and listen for once. I am not religious, but people who meet me think i am. Its not about the gods or whatever you believe in....all ideas are religions to humans. We put faith in so many things because most of us have little faith in ourselves. Money, Politics, scriptures, Oil, war, intercourse, etc etc.....whatever your life focuses around thats your god. But tell me one main stream faith that says in direct quotes. "FORCE THY WAYS ON ALL HUMANS BEINGS." No its about choice. And who honestly cares anyways....As long as you live life with good intent and do your best to help others and live in harmony...then who cares whose right?

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