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    Re: Coronavirus outbreak - From China to the World.

    Wow have you noticed any hyper inflation inflation. I have not. Maybe there is none.
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    Re: Simple question about god-human relations

    I rather meant other believers in other faiths who very much believed or did believe in lots of same stuff the Jesus did... or interesting non scientific creation stories.
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    Re: Simple question about god-human relations

    Depends on which believer you ask.
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    Re: Coronavirus outbreak - From China to the World.

    As I read it was inaccurate. But let's step back its not a real paper but a quick analysis by an econ MS... At its core its making the mistake that happens with influenza deaths each year. People who...
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    Re: Coronavirus outbreak - From China to the World.

    What else would you expect. You forget Lawyers are people who earn a Bachelors degree and then a post graduate degree that is far less rigorous than than a typical MS degree let alone a PhD and they...
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    Re: Simple question about god-human relations

    First in the scientific community I am not sure what you mean that you get 'ridiculed' for tying to do or in publishing bad science - that's the point. I have yet to see a study that falsifies...
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    Re: Coronavirus outbreak - From China to the World.

    I don't spend hours in a hardware store singing and talking. I can get the essential tarp I need for my roof at the hardware store in about 5 minutes and am out.
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    Re: Simple question about god-human relations

    Very odd reply.



    They are extinct you know but do show in the fossil record.



    Well you see that is not the case there or there in science no punishment for not 'believing' its simply a...
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    Re: How could a heaven operate?

    basics

    I pretty sure no god would want to hear me sing. Trust me its ugly

    And I think I established I am not likely to praise something I find doing a pretty poor job of creation.
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    Re: Simple question about god-human relations

    Again to say it as fact without evidence is a not proof.

    Again Teosinte. Under isolation and selective pressure you go from a grass to modern corn. The intermediate stages are well represented in...
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    Re: Simple question about god-human relations

    Also basics you are still dodging my post on obvious transitional entities. You made a QED claim with no proof I show proof and you go dark?
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    Re: How could a heaven operate?

    Yet you are twisting my intent. I was not implying that Hell was a match for Heaven in your view. But rather you provided a clear view on how you see hell and its torments but did not provided and...
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    Re: Simple question about god-human relations

    Hmm I not sure I can disagree there is no reason to presuppose a benevolent god. Or at least I think it requires true duality so that the will of the good is thwarted by and equal opposite - assuming...
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    Re: How could a heaven operate?

    Again you are willfully abusing my text. I did not imply hell was a match heaven in your understanding. I'm just entirely not clear what you understanding of heaven is. You have mentioned some things...
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    Re: Simple question about god-human relations

    Yes but the Greeks were pretty flexible. If they liked his poem thay likely would not care at the alteration/mistake. Nobody complained that Aeschylus' Prometheus story + Pandora is very different...
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    Re: Simple question about god-human relations

    Knows everything? Must be believed? Odd I certainly do not make such claims. Here you seem to find me dour and combative or contrary on purpose. But I rather prefer the role of Socrates (although...
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    Re: How could a heaven operate?

    A sarcastic comment is hardly a claim of knowledge. But you have not fleshed out a vision of heaven to match that of Hell.
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    Re: Simple question about god-human relations

    Profound I guess your QED except for the bit that you leave out the proof.

    You still avoided clearly defining what you mean. Besides you are contradicted by the charts of hominid evolution I...
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    Poll: Re: USA elections 2020

    OT but for as much as I love spell check sometimes I hate it.
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    Poll: Re: USA elections 2020

    or courtesy of USA today

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/factcheck/2020/11/19/fact-check-fec-commissioner-has-no-role-election-integrity/6332242002/
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    Poll: Re: USA elections 2020

    Aside from restoring funding to the Palestinian authority and maybe emergency aid to get some vaccine distribution. I dearly hope They side step getting sucked into that hot steaming mess for their...
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    Poll: Re: USA elections 2020

    He does not need to really. The state cases are pardon proof. Also at least until the Georgia run offs are over and (when and if/until) Mitch goes full obstruction Biden has every reason to keep...
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    Re: How could a heaven operate?

    OK try the opposite so what exactly you do in Heaven spend the time tossing peanuts at hell?
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    Re: Let's talk about demons

    I not sure demons work in the classical Greek world pre as you note the rise of duelist mystery religions. From a legal perspective the Erinyes are not capriciously evil. They are the personification...
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    Re: Simple question about god-human relations

    I take you mean transitional forms. There are quite a few identified as such even in wiki you can google it. Should not be that hard. But by using missing link you are implying an understanding of...
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    Re: Let's talk about demons

    Sorry he does in fact make things with some regularity. Last you cited the work I worked out a couple examples of a steaming mess his logical falsies are but... I lost a HDD and while I think I have...
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    Re: Simple question about god-human relations

    Not sure how mean that do a rational scientific explanation of the world based on observable facts?



    Ahh capricious god too bad for the first nations folk who you lived and died before thay...
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    Re: Let's talk about demons

    I was as you noticed trying to avoid these kind of stories. They don't really serve any purpose. Given the information you can impart, and the stuff should not on the internet. I will be suspect as...
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    Re: Gal Gadot to play Cleopatra

    Seems to me the best route if you make a decent movie is more or less skip Caesar and do it as some sort of Tragedy with just Anthony and Cleopatra. Make Octavian a bully and and the villain. Paint...
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    Re: Simple question about god-human relations

    Do you really think Pilate gave a rat's butt about the legitimacy or not of the claim? It was either mockery or simply a note on the fact of what crime he had been brought to trial for in the eyes of...
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    Re: How could a heaven operate?

    Actually for a cynical realist I have a fairly light demeanor in person. Although I am often told by people that when focused on a task or reading or such I can look dour to grim and they are...
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    Re: Let's talk about demons

    I mention the nimrod because you have used the aircraft story and again is vague story turned into the power of god. But let's table the personal stories. You know I am skeptical and I know you...
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    Re: Gal Gadot to play Cleopatra

    Is it the yearly festival of providing cat grass to indoor cats?

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    Per the post before

    Personalty I think its hard to beat Theta Bara
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    Well not really he is just a pompous gig. Oh I make art but other stuff is trash. He might want to recall the great Greek tragedians also made satyr plays as part of their competition billing. The...
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    Re: Late roman soldiers without armor??

    Thanks for assuming the not I dropped out of my thought while typing. But I agree Vegetius come across moralizing, Maurice although late seems to speak to practical necessity even for the more stable...
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    Re: Let's talk about demons

    Yet basics your story lacks specifics. What treatments. If the child 2 (again you are vague) radical treatment would not be par from the course but gradual ones. The condition is one you can just...
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    Re: How could a heaven operate?

    Relive the boredom.
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    Re: Simple question about god-human relations

    I was meant linked list in post 44 in the other tread from which I quoted. not a actual biblical concordance.

    Again you are forcing a singular interpretation of the seed text that only makes sense...
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    Re: The "I just saw" thread

    Good film. A good companion watch is the Parallax View.
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    Re: The "I just saw" thread

    Err no what I meant was First Knight was vapid and Connery just mailed it in because that is all you were going to have to do. With Boorman whatever the film at least you signing up for an...
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