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#1 - I don't get it, it's just a cow with a vase on his face  [+] (14 replies) 15 hours ago on Owavoklutr Ystyokiepr +211
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#24 - anon (4 hours ago) [-]
Honestly, it's a rectum, or a...ladies "canal".
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#21 - iqequalzero (6 hours ago) [-]
His...
#14 - uleaveinpieces (9 hours ago) [-]
pleb, that's obviously a chalice
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#29 - brutalgod (2 hours ago) [-]
mah boi
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#12 - thesuperjfj (9 hours ago) [-]
I get what you meant my dude, and holy fuck. you got me too
#5 - anon (13 hours ago) [-]
Candlestick, dumbass
#2 - anon (14 hours ago) [-]
black silhouette, Left-woman and Right-man, of couple.
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#28 - sacker (2 hours ago) [-]
There's always one.
#26 - cammyT (3 hours ago) [-]
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**anonymous rolled image**Did you just assume their genders? TRIIGGGERRRED
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**midgettitwank rolled image**fuck me sideways are you stupid
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#3 - kingpongthedon (14 hours ago) [-]
Looks like you didn't get it: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rubin_vase
#118 - It's just one example though, it doesn't nullify their entire …  [+] (1 reply) 09/26/2016 on darwin 0
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#120 - popeflatus (09/26/2016) [-]
You only need one example to prove a point wrong!

I would argue that it is indeed from a lack of knowledge that their value system is fucked! If they accepted the knowledge that their god is fictitious then we wouldn't need to be debating on the world stage the efficacy of contraception. And abortion, circumcision, gay rights and mother fucking Teresa and the complete nonexistence of miracles.
#108 - Is the average quality of the work the Church puts out equal t…  [+] (3 replies) 09/26/2016 on darwin 0
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#110 - popeflatus (09/26/2016) [-]
I only commented on you saying that their knowledge is greater than that of anywhere else. This is demonstrably false as I outlined an example about contraception. To take my point further, there is nothing in science that shows that the god of the Catholics exists, nor is it even remotely well motivated.
#118 - kingpongthedon (09/26/2016) [-]
It's just one example though, it doesn't nullify their entire body of knowledge. It's the net output of the Church I'm concerned with. The Church's size makes it all but impossible for any other organization to compete in this respect. That said, the Catholic Church actively supports medical research unlike many other comparable organizations.

Still, it isn't that the Church doesn't know about condoms, they just believe that their cons outweigh their pros. It's a fucked up value system, but it's not because of a lack of knowledge.
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#120 - popeflatus (09/26/2016) [-]
You only need one example to prove a point wrong!

I would argue that it is indeed from a lack of knowledge that their value system is fucked! If they accepted the knowledge that their god is fictitious then we wouldn't need to be debating on the world stage the efficacy of contraception. And abortion, circumcision, gay rights and mother fucking Teresa and the complete nonexistence of miracles.
#87 - The Catholic Church is the largest healthcare provider in the …  [+] (9 replies) 09/25/2016 on darwin 0
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#100 - popeflatus (09/26/2016) [-]
"The Church's body of knowledge and research regarding medicine is unparalleled"

It's funny that you seem to think that their knowledge surpasses that of the scientific literature! The previous pope has said that "AIDS is bad but condoms are worse". Wow! How unscientific can you get! And no, this is not a value judgement- Condoms both prevent the transmission of HIV as well as promote sustainable family sizes; both of which are obviously beneficial.
#114 - anon (09/26/2016) [-]
Abstinence is more effective against the spread of AIDS than any format of contraception. If everyone only fucked their spouse that would end STDs
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#115 - popeflatus (09/26/2016) [-]
Where is the evidence that abstinence is effective? It has been tried for a long time and it always fails. Time to live in the real world without imaginary friends.
#108 - kingpongthedon (09/26/2016) [-]
Is the average quality of the work the Church puts out equal to that of any other single organization? No. However, the astounding volume they pump out eclipses any other singular organization. There are a billion Catholics, it's the largest organization on Earth. No other organization has the numbers to compete. They have a lot of room for improvement, don't get me wrong on that, but their net output exceeds that of anything else.
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#110 - popeflatus (09/26/2016) [-]
I only commented on you saying that their knowledge is greater than that of anywhere else. This is demonstrably false as I outlined an example about contraception. To take my point further, there is nothing in science that shows that the god of the Catholics exists, nor is it even remotely well motivated.
#118 - kingpongthedon (09/26/2016) [-]
It's just one example though, it doesn't nullify their entire body of knowledge. It's the net output of the Church I'm concerned with. The Church's size makes it all but impossible for any other organization to compete in this respect. That said, the Catholic Church actively supports medical research unlike many other comparable organizations.

Still, it isn't that the Church doesn't know about condoms, they just believe that their cons outweigh their pros. It's a fucked up value system, but it's not because of a lack of knowledge.
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#120 - popeflatus (09/26/2016) [-]
You only need one example to prove a point wrong!

I would argue that it is indeed from a lack of knowledge that their value system is fucked! If they accepted the knowledge that their god is fictitious then we wouldn't need to be debating on the world stage the efficacy of contraception. And abortion, circumcision, gay rights and mother fucking Teresa and the complete nonexistence of miracles.
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#90 - platinumaltaria (09/26/2016) [-]
Oh really, my government provides my healthcare, because I live in a first world country.
And again, "the church" doesn't know anything, people within the church do.
Well don't provide any sources, we wouldn't want to break any ground here!

No, inspiration can be gathered from any source, if the church didn't exist something else could easily take its place.

Erm no, please consider the fact that the big bang theory was accepted in 2014, when it was proposed decades prior. That's the back of astronomy, not the front.
Citation needed.
#105 - kingpongthedon (09/26/2016) [-]
Even if your country provides healthcare, it would be worthless without centuries of Catholic medical practice to provide the foundation.

You do realize that the Big Bang theory was developed by a Catholic priest, right? en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georges_Lema%C3%AEtre Same goes for genetics en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gregor_Mendel . That's the groundwork for two major fields of science both inspired by and paid for by the Church.

If the Church doesn't know anything, then neither does any other organization. And if that's the case, then the Church doesn't do anything, people within the Church do. Therefore the Church can't possibly hold back scientific progress. Rethink your argument there.

We can't say something else would pick up the inspiration slack because it's simply not true. When people like Newton get into science because they see it as studying God's Creation, it's hard to say that religion is hurting science. That's been a running theme of Christianity for 700 years now, and it's something we haven't seen in more secular societies until very recently. There's no question that Christianity is a major factor as to why the West is so much more technologically advanced than the rest of the world.

Look, I'm not trying to suggest that the Church is nothing but rainbows and unicorns but we're definitely a lot better off than we'd be without it.

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