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#178 - Exactly what I was trying to say; wish my comment hadn't creat… 02/09/2013 on Life after death 0
#177 - Yeah, I noticed that after writing, just ignore that bit after… 02/09/2013 on Life after death -1
#176 - It is easily an infinite paradox, the entirety of a concept of…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/09/2013 on Life after death -3
User avatar #199 - fishtacos (02/11/2013) [-]
How would it be against all scientific progress? How would it be conflicting with any of our factual knowledge in any way? You're making some pretty big jumps in logic. If anything, the amazing discoveries we've made in the past 100 years alone only proves that anything is possible, even an afterlife.
#139 - You can prove non-existence, it's called a paradox, your spiri…  [+] (3 new replies) 02/09/2013 on Life after death -8
User avatar #143 - fishtacos (02/09/2013) [-]
there is nothing paradoxical about the existence of an afterlife. There are so many things in this life that humanity knows absolutely nothing about. The observable universe, for example, has the size ratio to the unobservable universe as an atom has to Earth. with so much unseen and unknown, an afterlife is easily believable. And maybe it makes you happier, but many people take comfort in the belief that death isn't the end, and lead happier, more productive lives because of it. Inversely, atheists live happy and productive lives too because they want to make their short time on this galactic infinity worthwhile, just like other people who do have religion. My point is this: 1) while you can prove non-existence, you can't prove anything about an afterlife. It's just something that is beyond human knowledge and technology at the moment. 2) People live perfectly happy lives both with and without religion, so why fix something that isn't broken, and 3) Nobody's opinion is going to change over an internet argument, so stop trying and be a little more tolerant.
User avatar #176 - anonionbagel (02/09/2013) [-]
It is easily an infinite paradox, the entirety of a concept of a deity being and a place in which all HUMAN desires are fulfilled would be against all scientific progress we have made today, it would be a conflicting and infinitude, making it paradoxical. But, I'd rather not ruin my Saturday arguing.
User avatar #199 - fishtacos (02/11/2013) [-]
How would it be against all scientific progress? How would it be conflicting with any of our factual knowledge in any way? You're making some pretty big jumps in logic. If anything, the amazing discoveries we've made in the past 100 years alone only proves that anything is possible, even an afterlife.
#129 - Except I was using facts and evidence, and you're just trying …  [+] (8 new replies) 02/09/2013 on Life after death -8
#168 - Deathfyre (02/09/2013) [-]
Incorrect facts, stated badly. Try harder
User avatar #135 - fishtacos (02/09/2013) [-]
Except you used PHYSICAL facts and evidence, which proves absolutely nothing about the SPIRITUAL self. You'll reply "there's no evidence that there is a spiritual self so it doesn't exist". Just stop. You can't prove it doesn't exist, and I can't prove that it does. Let's both just believe what we want, and we'll find out who's right when we die instead of wasting our lives being dumbasses. Deal?
#142 - tylosaurus (02/09/2013) [-]
mfw he pulled you into arguing and now you're going to be the dickwad.
#144 - fishtacos (02/09/2013) [-]
*sigh* Yup, pretty much. Moral of this story: do as I say, not as I do.
User avatar #139 - anonionbagel (02/09/2013) [-]
You can prove non-existence, it's called a paradox, your spiritual claim would be a repeating infinite. I'm not wasting anything, I just think you'd be a little happier living your life without all that built-up lying to yourself.
User avatar #143 - fishtacos (02/09/2013) [-]
there is nothing paradoxical about the existence of an afterlife. There are so many things in this life that humanity knows absolutely nothing about. The observable universe, for example, has the size ratio to the unobservable universe as an atom has to Earth. with so much unseen and unknown, an afterlife is easily believable. And maybe it makes you happier, but many people take comfort in the belief that death isn't the end, and lead happier, more productive lives because of it. Inversely, atheists live happy and productive lives too because they want to make their short time on this galactic infinity worthwhile, just like other people who do have religion. My point is this: 1) while you can prove non-existence, you can't prove anything about an afterlife. It's just something that is beyond human knowledge and technology at the moment. 2) People live perfectly happy lives both with and without religion, so why fix something that isn't broken, and 3) Nobody's opinion is going to change over an internet argument, so stop trying and be a little more tolerant.
User avatar #176 - anonionbagel (02/09/2013) [-]
It is easily an infinite paradox, the entirety of a concept of a deity being and a place in which all HUMAN desires are fulfilled would be against all scientific progress we have made today, it would be a conflicting and infinitude, making it paradoxical. But, I'd rather not ruin my Saturday arguing.
User avatar #199 - fishtacos (02/11/2013) [-]
How would it be against all scientific progress? How would it be conflicting with any of our factual knowledge in any way? You're making some pretty big jumps in logic. If anything, the amazing discoveries we've made in the past 100 years alone only proves that anything is possible, even an afterlife.
#127 - Not exactly sure how that even remotely relates to what I said...  [+] (2 new replies) 02/09/2013 on Life after death -5
User avatar #171 - brnoflynn (02/09/2013) [-]
Son can i just point out you lost any and every intelligent argument when you said we are no longer organic matter when we die.
#153 - twssc (02/09/2013) [-]
What he said
#116 - Actually, the cells which make up your body stop dividing and …  [+] (17 new replies) 02/09/2013 on Life after death -19
#163 - TrevorNorris (02/09/2013) [-]
We humans are organic matter, and when we die, we are still organic matter. This shit is basic chemistry. If metal rusts, it is still metal, for there isn't a drastic change in the molecular makeup. Just as when we die, we no longer are living, but it doesn't mean that our bodies morph with various elements and form a new compound....
User avatar #140 - techketzer (02/09/2013) [-]
"you are no longer organic matter."

"Organic matter (or organic material, natural organic matter) is matter composed of organic compounds that has come from the remains of once-living organisms such as plants and animals and their waste products in the environment."
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Organic_matter

Get your act together.
User avatar #177 - anonionbagel (02/09/2013) [-]
Yeah, I noticed that after writing, just ignore that bit after the last comma.
User avatar #128 - fishtacos (02/09/2013) [-]
Before the shitstorm happens, let me just go through what it's gonna be about: Dickwad up there will continue to say "you can't prove anything spiritual happens after death" and some other dickwad's gonna keep saying "you can't prove that it doesn't happen so therefore it does.". Nobody's gonna change their opinion, there's gonna be a shit ton of purple lines, and finally one of the dickwads is gonna ragequit and the other dickwad is gonna feel like he proved someone wrong on the internet, and somehow that makes his sad life a little better. End shitstorm, everybody moves on.
User avatar #129 - anonionbagel (02/09/2013) [-]
Except I was using facts and evidence, and you're just trying to be as bystander as possible.
#168 - Deathfyre (02/09/2013) [-]
Incorrect facts, stated badly. Try harder
User avatar #135 - fishtacos (02/09/2013) [-]
Except you used PHYSICAL facts and evidence, which proves absolutely nothing about the SPIRITUAL self. You'll reply "there's no evidence that there is a spiritual self so it doesn't exist". Just stop. You can't prove it doesn't exist, and I can't prove that it does. Let's both just believe what we want, and we'll find out who's right when we die instead of wasting our lives being dumbasses. Deal?
#142 - tylosaurus (02/09/2013) [-]
mfw he pulled you into arguing and now you're going to be the dickwad.
#144 - fishtacos (02/09/2013) [-]
*sigh* Yup, pretty much. Moral of this story: do as I say, not as I do.
User avatar #139 - anonionbagel (02/09/2013) [-]
You can prove non-existence, it's called a paradox, your spiritual claim would be a repeating infinite. I'm not wasting anything, I just think you'd be a little happier living your life without all that built-up lying to yourself.
User avatar #143 - fishtacos (02/09/2013) [-]
there is nothing paradoxical about the existence of an afterlife. There are so many things in this life that humanity knows absolutely nothing about. The observable universe, for example, has the size ratio to the unobservable universe as an atom has to Earth. with so much unseen and unknown, an afterlife is easily believable. And maybe it makes you happier, but many people take comfort in the belief that death isn't the end, and lead happier, more productive lives because of it. Inversely, atheists live happy and productive lives too because they want to make their short time on this galactic infinity worthwhile, just like other people who do have religion. My point is this: 1) while you can prove non-existence, you can't prove anything about an afterlife. It's just something that is beyond human knowledge and technology at the moment. 2) People live perfectly happy lives both with and without religion, so why fix something that isn't broken, and 3) Nobody's opinion is going to change over an internet argument, so stop trying and be a little more tolerant.
User avatar #176 - anonionbagel (02/09/2013) [-]
It is easily an infinite paradox, the entirety of a concept of a deity being and a place in which all HUMAN desires are fulfilled would be against all scientific progress we have made today, it would be a conflicting and infinitude, making it paradoxical. But, I'd rather not ruin my Saturday arguing.
User avatar #199 - fishtacos (02/11/2013) [-]
How would it be against all scientific progress? How would it be conflicting with any of our factual knowledge in any way? You're making some pretty big jumps in logic. If anything, the amazing discoveries we've made in the past 100 years alone only proves that anything is possible, even an afterlife.
#123 - sirblank (02/09/2013) [-]
And your loved ones see your internet history...
User avatar #127 - anonionbagel (02/09/2013) [-]
Not exactly sure how that even remotely relates to what I said...
User avatar #171 - brnoflynn (02/09/2013) [-]
Son can i just point out you lost any and every intelligent argument when you said we are no longer organic matter when we die.
#153 - twssc (02/09/2013) [-]
What he said
#396 - They most likely were, and were considered afterward un-needed…  [+] (7 new replies) 02/08/2013 on Dinosaur Bone, Meteorite,... +2
User avatar #400 - novabird (02/09/2013) [-]
they cut slabs from them like stone, only the gold gets melted.
(i work with these materials)
User avatar #409 - tjsoup (03/12/2013) [-]
hi nova
User avatar #410 - novabird (03/12/2013) [-]
greetings.
#411 - tjsoup (03/12/2013) [-]
never forget
User avatar #412 - novabird (03/12/2013) [-]
hue...
User avatar #407 - bersrker (03/07/2013) [-]
could the Meteorite have been made out of metal?
User avatar #408 - novabird (03/07/2013) [-]
there are several types of meteorite, the rare nickel iron type shown above is the result of the atmosphere super heating the stone then air blasting it into a Christine structured pattern which only shows up with special acids, there are also precious metal and gemstone ones as well and they are even more uncommon.
i used to have a carbon iron meteorite but that got traded for a 3000 dollar bike.
#40 - I really don't get the use of this pic for everything. Are you…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/08/2013 on Summer Science +1
User avatar #48 - hookupz (02/08/2013) [-]
He is saying OP sounds like a jack ass trying to win an argument on the internet and look cool, when he doesn't.
#18 - NOT INTO THE PIT 02/08/2013 on Oh the horror. +18
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