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Teacher: the gnu see God?
Teacher: the you inner: God?
Teacher: Then there isn' t a God!
Yfq qfq qqv gqq qqv ‘Student raises their hand'
Sir, can we see gear brain?"
goudere: Can gnu teeth your brain?
Student: ah dang. w gnu cien' t have a
Put this as your status if you believe in GED
and gnu will stand up far him no matter''
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Itll Todd -*adjusts he science hat*
Consider the follwing:
You can absolutely see and touch your bran. N one would need e
an MRI machine to do so. MRI, or magnetic resonance imagine,
machines vii give we a fantastic look at your bran through
magnetic fields and radio waves without that pesky radiation
from Sprays. Not enough? Try out a fancy FMRI machine, which
uses simfar techniques to pant an even clearer picture of active
parts of the bran through reading the magnetic properties of stuff
in your blood. You rean want more? Scream it out louder, because
it' s about to get painful. Given a sufficient cutting tool and a
ricki:: eless threshold fer pan, we can very easiy open up your own
head and look in the mirier. This e not recommended.
In short, one can see, measure, observe, and directtv prove the
brain' s existence. whie saving that being unable to see and touch
the medically means that there en' t one e a bad argument,
astonishing only that we cannot see and touch the (a more
appropriate assertion would be that the cannot be directtv
observed, therefore cannot be proved or disproved with
current methodology), applying these criteria to someting that
can directtv and corrosively be observed, ike the bran, does not a
vadd argument make.
This rebuttal e made passible by a generous grant from science and
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