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|Video Games Played:||starcraft II, warframe, civ5, cod, battlefield, defiance|
|Interests:||computer science, robotics, military, flying|
|Date Signed Up:||5/13/2012|
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latest user's comments
|#33 - I live in Delaware, pretty much as close to the middle as you …||9 hours ago on The gods of skateboarding...||0|
|#31 - I live on the east coast and we get hurricanes pretty much eve… [+] (3 new replies)||9 hours ago on The gods of skateboarding...||0|
#35 - anon (8 hours ago) [-]
You mean Handball? Cause isn't football the one in europe?
#33 - skypatrol (9 hours ago) [-]
I live in Delaware, pretty much as close to the middle as you can get.
I wouldnt want to do this in florida when the hurricane is at its worst.
But up here, it's pretty fun, you can go skating with a trashbag and go super fuckin fast.
Just dont be afraid of getting hurt, because it can and will happen. Alot
Make sure you got a helmet on at least
|#178 - Compassion and understanding don't come from the Goverment tel…||06/22/2015 on First world luxuries||+1|
|#29 - or from being offended on the internet||06/21/2015 on Stunning photos of the...||+23|
|#159 - lol no||06/21/2015 on Doom 4 too violent?||0|
|#186 - So should you, because what you said to me is not at all what …||06/18/2015 on Do you believe in evolution?||0|
|#183 - We have a word for people who do that: Fanatics. Fana… [+] (1 new reply)||06/18/2015 on Do you believe in evolution?||0|
#203 - iamnuff (06/18/2015) [-]
got logged out, oops.
Well, fanaticism is one word for it, but i wouldn't call it that.
Regardless, that's what the Content is talking about. One of the leaders of one of the most advanced countries on the planet genuinely believes that humans are on earth because a talking snake tricked them into getting kicked out of heaven.
It scares the hell out of me when i want american politics, because you hear them saying shit like "God will protect our troops in the middle east" or "god wants us to win this war" and I genuinely can't tell if they actually believe that (which would lead to them putting their troops in far more harm than they need to, because they think that they have a divine advantage) or if they just say it habitually, to secure the Fundie vote.
Either way, a politician should be allowed to be whatever religion he wants in his free time, but he should face facts while on the job.
Which actually neatly fits into the american idea of "Separation of church and state" (which says that america isn't a christian nation like it used to be, and the laws of the country aren't the laws of the religion. (I.E, bible says being gay is a sin, but you can't actually arrest someone for being gay, or working on a sunday, or wearing mixed fabrics)
In contrast, there are still countries out there that do have religions as the base of the state. Most of them are islamic though. Christianity seemed to have adapted with the changing times a lot more easily than islam has.
Sharia law is a terrifying thing. I'd hate to live in a place where "he did something that's against my religion" was a legitimate reason to call the police and have someone arrested.
|#182 - There is no evidence against a God either. [+] (2 new replies)||06/18/2015 on Do you believe in evolution?||0|
|#170 - Spot on, you can't believe in science and say God doesn't exis… [+] (1 new reply)||06/17/2015 on Do you believe in evolution?||0|
#199 - anon (06/18/2015) [-]
You can't say anything doesn't exist, because it's impossible to prove that a thing doesn't exist unless you can observe the entire universe at the same time (and thus definitively say "No, it's not here, i looked literally everywhere and didn't see it"
People use examples of fairy-tale stuff all the time, but indulge me just this once.
Can you prove, right now, that I don't have an IRL unicorn in my garden?
Of course not, because you don't know where my garden is. All you can say is "unicorns don't exist" but you can't show me a non-existing unicorn to prove that statement.
Instead you just fall back on the fact that i haven't actually provided any evidence to support the idea that I have a pet unicorn, then you call me a liar, and (unless I crack open photoshop and fake up a picture of a unicorn) I can't disprove your accusation.
This is why we have "The burden of proof"
If someone makes a claim (I.E, I have a pile of gold, or a unicorn) then they have to prove that claim.
People saying "No you don't" don't have to prove it, because they can be easily proven wrong the second the first person provides any sort of evidence to back up his claim. If you don't (or can't) provide evidence to back up your claim, then it's fair to assume that you are lying or just wrong.
Because of this, people saying "there is no god" don't have to prove it, people saying "there IS a god" do, and nobody has ever shown any sort of definitive proof of god. Just a book and mythology, which all religions have, let all of them claim to be the only "true" religion.
Well, that being said, absence of evidence is not evidence of absence. Just because we can't see it, doesn't mean it isn't real. Then again, just because it "could" be real doesn't mean it is.
Still, plenty of things in the bible just don't make sense when viewed as actual things that happened instead of mythology and parables, and many of the things claimed in the bible have outright been proven wrong in the 2000 years since it was written.
Evolution has a hell of a lot of evidence to back it up as an explanation of where the creatures of the earth came from, and the whole "all living creatures were created at the same time" thing from the bible doesn't really hold water what with fossils and carbon dating.
Neither does the suggested age of the earth, or the idea that the entire human race descended from two people who were tricked into eating a magic fruit by a talking snake.
|#162 - Yeah, federal control of the education system has been a disas…||06/17/2015 on Do you believe in evolution?||0|