Posts Tagged ‘science’

First, I just have to take a big shit on psychology.  No one has a mind.  That was disproven when the Bible said man has a spirit, not a mind, and we don’t even know if womankind have spirits, my exwife didn’t. Second, mental illness offends my sense of one justice.  If you rape someone,

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There are four theories on the proper relationship between science and religion.  The first is compromise.  This idea has it that science and religion can reconcile themselves and become a more complete truth.  What bullshit.  Science is clearly inferior to most things, including religion.  Science is inferior even to my dog that I maltreat regularly.

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Harry Trunckles destroys the local ecology to prove a point.

Harry talks about his day job teaching at a public school.

John Titor explains the future of the Science vs. Religion debate.

Theistic Evolution is the groundbreaking theory which proposes that evolution happened exactly the way the evidence shows it did, but that God did it. This is a view being pushed by big name, groundbreaking scientists such as: Francis Collins, Michael Dowd and Billy Graham. Critics say that theistic evolution is silly because evolution has no

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Fuckin’ magnets! How do they work? Harry Trunckles explains it for you.

by logicmania

In: Neopagan Living, The Jess

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By Neopagan Expert, Platinum Crowjackal Meaningful coincidences happen all the time, and we’ll notice them more the more we pay attention to them. I’ve been told that this is a situation of confirmation bias, that we tend to confirm our beliefs if we’re just looking for something that will confirm it. That may be partly

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by Steven Olsen

In: podcasts

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Podcast 9 is up! Yay!

Jesus H-ing Christ you astronomers are a boring bunch! When I say boring, I mean boring with a capital boring. Take black holes for instance. ‘Black holes’ is such an uncreative term. These singularities are actually pretty impressive. They speak to God’s glory. I say we call them Glory Holes. I proposed this in a

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