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    A universe from nothing...

    NagChampa here... the rest of my responses... No I suspect that because I've explicitly explained it many times, now no one has to agree with me in the slightest but when the same nonsense keeps spewing forth even after that objection has addressed then what am I supposed to think? The thing is, your claim seems to be nonsense to us. Everything else has to have a beginning, except God. Your basis for such a claim is purely faith, you have no purely objective logical explanation for it. People aren't refusing to see what you are saying, they are failing to see how you can present what you are saying as fact. It's not dishonest, as your claim of "refusing to see" seems to suggest, especially because of the passive aggressive ending of "but whatever". Never said it did. You seemed to be implying that because the answer made the most sense that it implied it was correct. You're willing to admit that although you choose to believe the Christian God exists and created the universe, there's your pronouncement that it's the easiest to understand isn't being presented as evidence of it being true? I'm curious, what is inherently incompatible with God being a creator and the universe coming into being through a process that we can understand from a natural perspective? Please outline what this 'religious process' is that you mention, how is it defined, who defined it, where can I learn this process in a formal way? The religious process I'm referring to is the one I see time and time again that's used to explain what the religious feel is incompatible with their faith. It hinges on certain things like "God did it" and "it's too complex for nature" but refuses to think about the possibilities of God doing it through natural processes, or the degree of complexity of nature as we already understand it. It treats nature as a random fickle bitch and therefor anything with order must have some kind of conscious intelligence behind it. You can learn it here http://www.answersingenesis.org/ You tell me? I'm not here to defend all religion and all religious thoughts and ideas, GL in finding anything BIBLICAL that's been disproven by science though. Science isn't about disproving unproven claims. It's about proving claims. Where's the proof of anything biblical. If you present alleged proof, I'll review it critically and see how it stacks up. Science doesn't need to disprove the bible. Religious people are the ones who seem to think they need to disprove science. Science isn't weakened by someone showing mistakes in previous claims, or some error being found in the execution of a test of some kind. The scientific process itself is sometimes found lacking, and improved upon. This isn't a weakness, this is its strength. If you can't admit you might be wrong, you're understanding is going to remain static. Religion puts a high value on static belief, this is what it views as a strength. This is why there's so many arguments between scientists and the religious, different priorities.
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    September 11 again...

    Oh look, this account is useful for something
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    Global kittening

    I've been saying, there's just too much fucking pussy...
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    Policy Time

    Equality != The same for everyone It's about equalising... It's really not that hard to grasp... Actually, having just read the ACL's media release, I've just had a good question clarifiy in my head. Why is it that the christian right will claim we shouldn't go against nature and biology when it comes to reproducing, but when we point out homosexuality as being natural in other animal species, suddenly because we're human it's our responsiblity to repress this, and go against what is natural...
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    Policy Time

    Haha, you're going to try again aren't you. Give me one shred of information as to why a homosexual relationship is bad for either person. That's not based on your own personal moral standards.
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    Policy Time

    it's about getting the same rights in a homosexual relationship as are granted to straight couples. The eaiest way to go about that is to allow gay people to marry.
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    Loadit By Sanity in WMP11

    I'm pretty sure LoadIT has been the default music store for australian wmp users for a few months now. Even if you select, during setup, not to setup a store now, and it happily informs you you can set one up later, it sets up loadit anyway. This is the type of shit that makes me perpetually hate microsoft software.
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    Turnbull tells Rudd to focus

    I'm actually very much against any federal influence in state politics, even behind the scenes in the party rooms. I think they are seperate for a good reason, and federal members shouldn't be putting pressure on state members, unless they need the state to agree with a federal policy. Also, federal members shouldn't be blamed for state's fuck ups.
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    Debian on Pentium 4 Prescott

    cat /proc/cpuinfo ? Rob. ~ $ cat /proc/cpuinfo processor : 0 vendor_id : GenuineIntel cpu family : 15 model : 4 model name : Intel® Pentium® 4 CPU 3.00GHz stepping : 1 cpu MHz : 3014.621 cache size : 1024 KB physical id : 0 siblings : 2 core id : 0 cpu cores : 1 fdiv_bug : no hlt_bug : no f00f_bug : no coma_bug : no fpu : yes fpu_exception : yes cpuid level : 5 wp : yes flags : fpu vme de pse tsc msr pae mce cx8 apic sep mtrr pge mca cmov pat pse36 clflush dts acpi mmx fxsr sse sse2 ss ht tm pbe nx constant_tsc pebs bts pni monitor ds_cpl cid xtpr bogomips : 6031.20 clflush size : 64 processor : 1 vendor_id : GenuineIntel cpu family : 15 model : 4 model name : Intel® Pentium® 4 CPU 3.00GHz stepping : 1 cpu MHz : 3014.621 cache size : 1024 KB physical id : 0 siblings : 2 core id : 0 cpu cores : 1 fdiv_bug : no hlt_bug : no f00f_bug : no coma_bug : no fpu : yes fpu_exception : yes cpuid level : 5 wp : yes flags : fpu vme de pse tsc msr pae mce cx8 apic sep mtrr pge mca cmov pat pse36 clflush dts acpi mmx fxsr sse sse2 ss ht tm pbe nx constant_tsc pebs bts pni monitor ds_cpl cid xtpr bogomips : 6028.17 clflush size : 64
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    I want to ride my bicycle...

    Regardless of how much kinetic energy there is, if someone is driving safely, they pose no risk to a cyclist who is riding safely. This is why we have road rules.
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    Debian on Pentium 4 Prescott

    That IS interesting. I have a P4 HT 3.0GHz processor, and I'm almost certain it's a prescott. According to that, if it's a 531, it should have x86_64 support... How would I be able to check this for sure?
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    Want longer Lasting SEX?

    Woah. I saw that "silver rose" was the last one to post in this thread, so I read that thinking it was coming from silver rose. I had no idea silver rose had a kid :P Rob. bwahahahahahahahaha yeah that would come as a bit of a shock to me too I didn't know I had one either. What would Myra think?
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    Atomicans in Pictures

    Heading to New Zealand? I heard they like the male sheep more than the female Well, it's pretty easy to give a reach around, and it's only fair...
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    'Rebel' Parents fight the man and win

    Simply, if a child lives in an environment where there's a high risk of contracting something, it should be non-negotiable to have them vaccinated. I'm all about people having their own personal rights, but that doesn't extend to having your child at risk. If they weren't infected with hep b, then fine, I can understand them being hesitant. But it's just disgusting that they are taking some quack bullshit they've read online or something and use it to put their child at risk. If the child gets hep b, they should be tried for attempted murder, like people who infect other people with HIV, because they don't think it really exists, or think they are cured or some shit.
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    TED talks

    I saw one once by a brain scientist who'd had a stroke. She spoke about it like a religious experience. I suppose if you are a brain scientist, it would be. Fantastic video.
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