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#10 - *sigh* Concept of a unicorn and the statements of its…  [+] (2 new replies) 04/10/2015 on Shit happens -3
#11 - kingderps (04/10/2015) [-]
But what you don't know because of your anti0unicorn religion blinding you, is that unicorns are magical. They can make themselves invisible, or teleport to other worlds.

How do you know that aliens didn't abduct all of the unicorns long ago?

I'm sorry is that a lot to believe? Would it require an extraordinary amount of evidence to convince you?

Also you missed the point. I could have used any example of an unprovable thing. Not believing that Scientology is true is a religion? Not believing that Star Wars is based on a true story and George Lucas stole the idea from an alien is a religion? Not believing that we are currently in something like the Matrix is a religion?

" if the term ''belief'' was used, content would be more accurate. " That is the definition of atheism, it;'s about belief, not knowledge, agnostic/gnostic pertains to knowledge.

A gnostic atheist could be compared to a religion in that they make a dogmatic claim, but it's still far off. Most atheist are agnostic atheists and in no way are religious because of that.
User avatar #20 - vaginalentry (04/10/2015) [-]
It's honestly a lot like the falsifiability of scientific theories. To have a true theory you must be able to disprove it, make it false. Take the atom for example, we used to think it was a single indivisible object that was super fucking tiny, now we have gotten smarter and created a model with a nucleus surrounded by an electron cloud, you just improve upon the wrong parts of the theory and build off of the right parts. It has a lot to do with the relationship between science and religion because religion and philosophical beliefs often cannot be proven right or wrong and are faith based.
#8 - Concept of a horse with a horn is more ''provable'' ( if thats…  [+] (5 new replies) 04/10/2015 on Shit happens +2
#9 - kingderps (04/10/2015) [-]
Ok, prove unicorns don't exists. I'll wait.
#41 - anonymous (04/10/2015) [-]
What we originally knew as unicorns are what we now call rhinoceros. There you go.
#10 - kurtr (04/10/2015) [-]
*sigh*

Concept of a unicorn and the statements of its existence is more '' provable '' because if such a thing exist, it will be on our earth, in flesh. I have not the means to find such a creature though, it requires money to travel the world, searching for the said creature in wilds and such.

However, concept of a god is different, since its something philosophical, and by its nature, cannot be scientifically proven. Every human has the means to sit, think and find a conclusion about the gods existance.

Concepts of a horse with a horn and a omnipotent-omnipresent being is totally different (inb4 both dont exist lelfedoraatheists) , one can be scientifically proven, one is a philosopichal question that has different awnser for everyone.
#11 - kingderps (04/10/2015) [-]
But what you don't know because of your anti0unicorn religion blinding you, is that unicorns are magical. They can make themselves invisible, or teleport to other worlds.

How do you know that aliens didn't abduct all of the unicorns long ago?

I'm sorry is that a lot to believe? Would it require an extraordinary amount of evidence to convince you?

Also you missed the point. I could have used any example of an unprovable thing. Not believing that Scientology is true is a religion? Not believing that Star Wars is based on a true story and George Lucas stole the idea from an alien is a religion? Not believing that we are currently in something like the Matrix is a religion?

" if the term ''belief'' was used, content would be more accurate. " That is the definition of atheism, it;'s about belief, not knowledge, agnostic/gnostic pertains to knowledge.

A gnostic atheist could be compared to a religion in that they make a dogmatic claim, but it's still far off. Most atheist are agnostic atheists and in no way are religious because of that.
User avatar #20 - vaginalentry (04/10/2015) [-]
It's honestly a lot like the falsifiability of scientific theories. To have a true theory you must be able to disprove it, make it false. Take the atom for example, we used to think it was a single indivisible object that was super fucking tiny, now we have gotten smarter and created a model with a nucleus surrounded by an electron cloud, you just improve upon the wrong parts of the theory and build off of the right parts. It has a lot to do with the relationship between science and religion because religion and philosophical beliefs often cannot be proven right or wrong and are faith based.
#6 - One can not prove gods existance, bot one also can not prove t…  [+] (12 new replies) 04/10/2015 on Shit happens +1
User avatar #70 - ninjaroo (04/12/2015) [-]
Being impossible to prove is not what makes something a religion, and I disagree with that statement anyway. Unless your god is a trickster god or does not interact with the universe at all, proving that a thing he did didn't happen is a proof that he doesn't exist as you described him.
#59 - minelava (04/11/2015) [-]
Atheism, at the core of the word, is defined as simply lacking a belief in a god, which is demonstrably different than believing that god does not exist.

Atheism - No theism/lacking theism.

Atheism by definition also includes the subsets that believe that god does not exist, but that doesn't define the whole of the word.

Really wish I could have been here like 14 hours ago to spare you a pointless argument.

#34 - echobeast (04/10/2015) [-]
All creatures want to believe in something bigger than themselves. They cannot live without blind obedience. And to escape the pressure of that trust, those in whom faith is placed in turn look for someone higher than themselves. And then those people in turn look for someone even stronger. That is how all Kings are born. That is how all Gods are born.
User avatar #18 - gaffateip (04/10/2015) [-]
If atheism is a religion, not collecting stamps is a hobby.
#13 - rakogoki (04/10/2015) [-]
so by that definition, a religion is a belief without evidence to substantiate it. agnostic atheism, the most common type, makes no claim that a god does not exist and instead rejects the claim that one does exist so it cannot be a religion in that sense.
even the other form, gnostic atheism, has plenty of evidence for the claim that a god does not exist. for example, if god is omnipotent then there is the omnipotence paradox, and if we can both agree that contradictory concepts are false then you would also have to admit that an omnipotent being cannot possibly exist.
inb4 "god is 'outside' logic and the universe!" because then we would both have a fundamental disagreement of how logic works and can never get anything done in an argument.
#7 - kingderps (04/10/2015) [-]
No, you misunderstand what atheism is. You are making the mistake of assuming that atheism is inherently gnostic.

By your logic not believing in unicorns is a religion.
#8 - kurtr (04/10/2015) [-]
Concept of a horse with a horn is more ''provable'' ( if thats a word) and different than a concept of an omnipotent and omnipresent being. They are different.

However the word ''religion'' means believing that there is a god(at least according to the oxford dictionary) so you're right, if the term ''belief'' was used, content would be more accurate.
#9 - kingderps (04/10/2015) [-]
Ok, prove unicorns don't exists. I'll wait.
#41 - anonymous (04/10/2015) [-]
What we originally knew as unicorns are what we now call rhinoceros. There you go.
#10 - kurtr (04/10/2015) [-]
*sigh*

Concept of a unicorn and the statements of its existence is more '' provable '' because if such a thing exist, it will be on our earth, in flesh. I have not the means to find such a creature though, it requires money to travel the world, searching for the said creature in wilds and such.

However, concept of a god is different, since its something philosophical, and by its nature, cannot be scientifically proven. Every human has the means to sit, think and find a conclusion about the gods existance.

Concepts of a horse with a horn and a omnipotent-omnipresent being is totally different (inb4 both dont exist lelfedoraatheists) , one can be scientifically proven, one is a philosopichal question that has different awnser for everyone.
#11 - kingderps (04/10/2015) [-]
But what you don't know because of your anti0unicorn religion blinding you, is that unicorns are magical. They can make themselves invisible, or teleport to other worlds.

How do you know that aliens didn't abduct all of the unicorns long ago?

I'm sorry is that a lot to believe? Would it require an extraordinary amount of evidence to convince you?

Also you missed the point. I could have used any example of an unprovable thing. Not believing that Scientology is true is a religion? Not believing that Star Wars is based on a true story and George Lucas stole the idea from an alien is a religion? Not believing that we are currently in something like the Matrix is a religion?

" if the term ''belief'' was used, content would be more accurate. " That is the definition of atheism, it;'s about belief, not knowledge, agnostic/gnostic pertains to knowledge.

A gnostic atheist could be compared to a religion in that they make a dogmatic claim, but it's still far off. Most atheist are agnostic atheists and in no way are religious because of that.
User avatar #20 - vaginalentry (04/10/2015) [-]
It's honestly a lot like the falsifiability of scientific theories. To have a true theory you must be able to disprove it, make it false. Take the atom for example, we used to think it was a single indivisible object that was super fucking tiny, now we have gotten smarter and created a model with a nucleus surrounded by an electron cloud, you just improve upon the wrong parts of the theory and build off of the right parts. It has a lot to do with the relationship between science and religion because religion and philosophical beliefs often cannot be proven right or wrong and are faith based.
#11 - Not anime 04/04/2015 on le yelling berd meme xDxD +1
#10 - This is turkey, not russia  [+] (1 new reply) 04/04/2015 on Russia's future +1
User avatar #11 - maybetraffy (04/04/2015) [-]
just because he has a Fenerbache shirt it does not mean he's Turkish
#2 - This ( '' / '' ) icon is also used to divide numbers. Op tried…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/28/2015 on Is the Google Abacus Broken? 0
#3 - captainprincess (03/28/2015) [-]
oh

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#4 - Ballistic Backside 03/27/2015 on Oh God I can hear the... +4
#6 - Yep, you're right 03/24/2015 on We go in sneeki-breeki +1
#3 - and i believe there was 4 ''no''s after the word congo.  [+] (12 new replies) 03/24/2015 on We go in sneeki-breeki +1
User avatar #5 - youarelying (03/24/2015) [-]
there was one "oh" and five "no"s
#6 - kurtr (03/24/2015) [-]
User avatar #4 - Sperit (03/24/2015) [-]
OP has probably never even played fallout
kill him
#45 - swagloon (03/24/2015) [-]
"magically has power armour"
Says the bitch that doesn't have different outfits with them in the game for different occasions .
#30 - skyrimdovah (03/24/2015) [-]
I also have Fallout 3 on console.
User avatar #39 - ayumu (03/24/2015) [-]
>59 hours
We were correct, you've never played fallout
User avatar #41 - skyrimdovah (03/24/2015) [-]
Only because I use Fallout Script Extender, steam doesn't count hours for that. It's more like a little over 600 hours
#53 - smashingtonic (03/24/2015) [-]
Dude the steam counts the hours played on FNVSE and FOSE
I've had NVSE since I bought New Vegas
User avatar #54 - skyrimdovah (03/24/2015) [-]
It doesn't count for me, but I do launch it from the steam library, so maybe that has something to do with it.
User avatar #55 - smashingtonic (03/24/2015) [-]
Like you replace the launcher with the script extender?
User avatar #58 - skyrimdovah (03/24/2015) [-]
Yeah, I launch it with the script extender shortcut, I thought that was the only way it works
User avatar #59 - smashingtonic (03/24/2015) [-]
You can have both the normal Fallout Launcher and the NVSE launcher in the folder at the same time, but you'd have to make a shortcut to NVSE or change the launch option in steam to launch from NVSE. It's easier just to move the normal launcher to a different place and rename NVSE to have the original launcher's name. I did this with Fallout 3. It should work for New Vegas, but I've never tried
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#15 - isolovegames (03/26/2015) [-]
May Luck and Protection ever be in your favor, Kurtr.
#12 - liero (07/06/2014) [-]
Since breadposting OP is a douche, I've decided to deliver bread to the neglected users myself.
Enjoy your bread
#11 - meatboy (06/24/2014) [-]
**** you
User avatar #1 - linkofreekthree (09/29/2012) [-]
what country are you from?
#2 to #1 - kurtr (09/29/2012) [-]
Turkey.
User avatar #3 to #2 - linkofreekthree (09/29/2012) [-]
marhaba, nasilsin?
#4 to #3 - kurtr (09/29/2012) [-]
iyiyim nolsun, sen nasilsin
User avatar #5 to #4 - linkofreekthree (09/29/2012) [-]
ben iyiyim kardes.

i'm not turkish lol i know a tiny bit of the language
#6 to #5 - kurtr (09/29/2012) [-]
yes, its mErhaba not mArhaba

are your mother and/or father is turkish, or you learnt turkish by coming here as a tourist
User avatar #7 to #6 - linkofreekthree (09/29/2012) [-]
I have turkish friends, i'm from sudan
#8 to #7 - kurtr (09/29/2012) [-]
Republic of sudan, in africa i suppose

So... Is there any specific reason why youre talking with me
BTW im cool with it, youre the first one who send me a message :D
User avatar #10 to #8 - linkofreekthree (09/29/2012) [-]
just saw you on one of the contents on the front page talking about islam and christianity, and yeah north sudan, just wanted to say hi
#9 to #8 - kurtr (09/29/2012) [-]
sent*
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