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  • 4 months ago · Quote · #141

    Optimissed

    duck29 wrote:

    Yes but what did evolution start with? Something doesnt appear from NOTHING.

    That simple fact can very easily be used to prove a god. Its all just logic from there.

    >>

    So how would you prove that God exists, starting from there? Sealed 

  • 4 months ago · Quote · #142

    bangalore2

    And I hold to my earlier opinion that the manner of winning is not disgusting. Seven is not the authority on whether something is disgusting or not.

  • 4 months ago · Quote · #143

    SevenOneWCSF

    I didn't say that I know evolution inside out. I don't really know anything about the subject. I simply understood it's core structure and the fact that it wasn't possible for evolution NOT to exist from a very young age. I am not saying, for example, that if I had lived thousands of years ago that the idea would have been introduced back then. It appears pretty clear that I can't even explain the simple logic required to understand this thread to anybody at all, let along explain evolution. People simply don't understand how I think. For that same reason, I will not attempt to do so now. Plus, it would take forever.

     

    Also, please note that I don't understand how anybody else thinks either. I haven't got a clue. It works both ways, all I know is that my way works infinitely better when it comes to logical reasoning.


    I believe that I am done with this thread. It has been clearly established that neither of us can convince the other of anything.

  • 4 months ago · Quote · #144

    Optimissed

    bangalore2 wrote:

    Ok, because I could use your help on this. Is the Copenhagen Theory true? Thanks in advance.

    >>

    The  Copenhagen Theory is bound to be true since, despite the beliefs of many physicists, it's merely descriptive. The idea of a wave-form collapsing is itself ambiguous.

    Just helping SevenOneWCSF out here.

  • 4 months ago · Quote · #145

    Fiveofswords

    I have the same problem you have. Ill say something that i think is clear and simple enough and people will unfailingly read into it all sorts of BS that i never said. Cause people dont usually see things for what they are. Most people have to stick things in categories and are terrible at reasoning with basic set theory.

    For example...'a black man mugged me once, therefore all black people are criminals'. Typical average person reasoning.

    Being exhausted with that sort of thing is fine and reasonable and not really a symptom of autism. Nor do you need to have autism in order to be logical.

    But it can make you act rude, and you did, and thats okay.

  • 4 months ago · Quote · #146

    Optimissed

    SevenOneWCSF wrote:

    I can't even explain the simple logic required to understand this thread to anybody at all, let along explain evolution. People simply don't understand how I think. For that same reason, I will not attempt to do so now. Plus, it would take forever.>>

    The simple logic appears to be that you have grandiose delusions! :)

    <<Also, please note that I don't understand how anybody else thinks either. I haven't got a clue. It works both ways, all I know is that my way works infinitely better when it comes to logical reasoning.>>

    Oops 

    <<I believe that I am done with this thread. It has been clearly established that neither of us can convince the other of anything.>>


    That's a pity. Running from me? Cry 

  • 4 months ago · Quote · #147

    bangalore2

    Also, please note that I don't understand how anybody else thinks either. I haven't got a clue. It works both ways, all I know is that my way works infinitely better when it comes to logical reasoning.

    You know next to nothing of who I am, so don't assume that because you are autistic, that you are brilliant. I know a lot of brillant people, who are/are not autistic, and they do not conduct themselves in the way you do, claiming that they know everything. If you know everything, then do something with your omniscience. Rarely, if ever, do we have an omniscient being on Earth.
     
     
  • 4 months ago · Quote · #148

    KingSullian

    Chris-de-Burger wrote:

    Are we all really just the dreams of Martians ?

    Smile

    Now'z dat' tiz' i question thiNgy I can answer with 100% certainly!!!

     

    Nope, ya'  dream'inz of da' peeps O' Pleiades!..

     

     

    Me and da' Trig go thar' on vacatiOn, to a star named Betelgeuses wid' a nice friendy planet called chesstadome'...wid 64 islands called square-lee-wandanda'z dat' shift and shape thru time and space.  Smile

    Thar' tiz' horsey'z and knight'z, Kings and Queen'z..wid peeps called bishops dat' whisper in dar' ears...they got regular peeps too called pawns dat only move forward like fishies a spawn'in..Surprised

    They got'z castles too, made of gems, dat' glitter and slide from side ta' side..

    Dat' tiz ya' answer my gud buddy Chris, from a world called earth dat's made O' dirt!..

    It spins every 24 earth days, wobbles a bit and rotates 'round one sun every 365 earth day'z. What a shame ya'll stuck on dis' here little ball, on da' outskirts of a galaxy ya' call da' milky way'z..

    Fer' iz a space cowboy wid' a winged horsey named trigger, we can fly through space as well as time..jump here and thar' like ribbit'z in thar' holes,,, 'cept our hole are big black ones dat'z connected to atotha' one!..We glide over da' event horizon peak'in through and through. Walk up ta' da' star and quasars embedded gloryous doors O' heaven, dat's to bright fer' you!Tongue Out 

    Ya' cosmic cowboy and friendly king Sully, O' da' Sullian nation...Smile

    Well iz' thursta' now..betta' go find my bottle!


     

    Now, didn't I say he's nothing but a drunk piece of space junk?

  • 4 months ago · Quote · #149

    AcidBadger

    SevenOneWCSF wrote:

    I didn't say that I know evolution inside out. I don't really know anything about the subject. I simply understood it's core structure and the fact that it wasn't possible for evolution NOT to exist from a very young age. I am not saying, for example, that if I had lived thousands of years ago that the idea would have been introduced back then. It appears pretty clear that I can't even explain the simple logic required to understand this thread to anybody at all, let along explain evolution. People simply don't understand how I think. For that same reason, I will not attempt to do so now. Plus, it would take forever.

     

    Also, please note that I don't understand how anybody else thinks either. I haven't got a clue. It works both ways, all I know is that my way works infinitely better when it comes to logical reasoning.


    I believe that I am done with this thread. It has been clearly established that neither of us can convince the other of anything.

    It would help if you actually tried to explain why you think you're infallible, instead of just stating it. 

    So, your only understanding of evolution is that you have always believe it exists, even though you have absolutely no knowledge or understanding of the subject? And that's an example of how logical your brain is? Wow, I'm convinced. 

  • 4 months ago · Quote · #150

    KingSullian

    Well if I may... 

    I know'z  exactly where you earth peeps come from'z!...Smile

  • 4 months ago · Quote · #151

    Chris-de-Burger

    Ohh Lawdy Lawdy Lawd!! Das so cool, Alex!


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