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1  Other / Politics & Society / Re: The difference between science and religion on: December 19, 2019, 09:05:22 PM
Religion is the belief in supernatural power and science is the one that controls the course of our modern technology and our daily life. An external one and an attorney Science may change over time but religion is not reversible. Science helps us in social development and religion helps to solve social problems on the way to society Religion sustains the existence of our society.
We have multiple religions all around the world which proves many countries are not accepting other religious people, Is that their religion taught them?

Anyone who really loves God will treat any other human equally!

However, treating other humans as equals should be in the fact that they are human. Other than that, treat them according to what they do.

Everybody knows that if science actually saves, that it is only a tiny bit, and for a very short extended time-period. But right religion saves eternally.

This shows that believers in science have the wrong religion.

Cool
So in your eyes Christianity is not a good religion. The bible don't teach that at all. It even gives guidelines on how often and how hard you can beat your slaves.
(And According to the bible, holding slaves are not wrong)
2  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Evolution is a hoax on: December 19, 2019, 08:57:19 PM
On the other hand. Magic man in the sky saying hocus pocus and pops everything into existence is a much better explanation....
3  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Religion, Why is it still there? on: July 02, 2019, 06:49:17 PM
It's hard to know what's going on in each individual's minds but it seems that we are hard-wired to believe in something anyway. Without religion we'd just be basing our lives on something else. Religion is mostly drawing flak because of violence and abuse committed on its name, or when the clerics use their influence to lobby. Otherwise it seems many people are fine with it.

Exactly! Even logical people that don't believe in religion, simply have a religion of non-religion.

Cool
I dont beleave in Santa, that makes me a santa beleaver?
There is no need for a god or a supernatrual being to explain the universe.
Is a non stamp collector a collector?
4  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Evolution is a hoax on: June 20, 2018, 06:56:40 PM
I was kind of amazed by the exchange of ideas here.

Well, for me, evolution remains to be a theory, yes, just that, a theory, until now. I don't know how Charles Darwin became a celebrity scientist right after he theorized that what we are now are different centuries and centuries ago. Perhaps because his idea was sort of radically new? The discovery actually caused a bandwagon mentality among a lot people. The entire world was stirred by his claim. Established religion was terribly shaken to its core. School curricula are challenged. The people's comfort zone was rendered uncomfortable.  

You are not making any sence here. I know that you dont know what evolution theory is, so mabye read up about it?
Everything you said in the last post supports evolution, so why are you calling it a hoax?

Edit: I'm interested to know where you disagrees with evolutoion. Not some stoneage bible quotes that means nothing
And dont say rabbits and donkeys or some stupid thing making babies since evolution don't say that

Since there isn't any proven example of even one instance of evolution theory kind of evolution, evolution is a religion. Since it is being propagated as truth by those who know that there isn't anything to back it up, evolution is a hoax.

Cool

You have given a few excamples yourself of proven evolution without knowing it, since you don't know what it is, so where is the hoax?
5  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Evolution is a hoax on: June 19, 2018, 07:46:23 PM
I was kind of amazed by the exchange of ideas here.

Well, for me, evolution remains to be a theory, yes, just that, a theory, until now. I don't know how Charles Darwin became a celebrity scientist right after he theorized that what we are now are different centuries and centuries ago. Perhaps because his idea was sort of radically new? The discovery actually caused a bandwagon mentality among a lot people. The entire world was stirred by his claim. Established religion was terribly shaken to its core. School curricula are challenged. The people's comfort zone was rendered uncomfortable.  

You are not making any sence here. I know that you dont know what evolution theory is, so mabye read up about it?
Everything you said in the last post supports evolution, so why are you calling it a hoax?

Edit: I'm interested to know where you disagrees with evolutoion. Not some stoneage bible quotes that means nothing
And dont say rabbits and donkeys or some stupid thing making babies since evolution don't say that
6  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Evolution is a hoax on: June 17, 2018, 09:44:36 PM
^^^ Balance is the thing that leaves room for imagination.

For example. We look all around us and we see offspring of both plants and animals that are similar to their parents. Chickens have baby chickens. Alligators have baby alligators. Bears have baby bears. And this happens for all the forms of life. And it happens countless numbers of times all around the world, from giant whales to microscopic single celled creatures.

Never do we see chickens having baby alligators. Never do we see alligators having baby bears. Never do we see bears having anything other than baby bears. Not even once.

All of this works with such balance that we have lots of room for imagination. The thing we imagine is evolution. And the excuse for imagining evolution is that we are unwilling to recognize what we are really seeing... adaptation. Why are we unwilling to recognize adaptation? Simply because that's what we want to do.

Countless numbers of like begets like proven all over the place.
Countless forms of adaptation proven all over the place.
Not even one proven happening of evolution.

It totally doesn't make sense that smart scientists can imagine that evolution happened without having ever seen even one for-a-fact instance of it, and yet know for a fact that trillions of like-begets-like and adaptation are happening all over the place.

Evolution is a science fiction hoax.

Cool

I'm a bit comfused.. Everything you say agrees with evolution
"We look all around us and we see offspring of both plants and animals that are similar to their parents"
True, thats part of evolution..
"Never do we see chickens having baby alligators. Never do we see alligators having baby bears. Never do we see bears having anything other than baby bears. Not even once."
True. The evolution therory says the same thing.
"Countless numbers of like begets like proven all over the place.
Countless forms of adaptation proven all over the place."
True
 So why are you sudenly jumping to "Evolution is a hoax" if you agree with everything in the therory?
I have asked you before. Read up on what the therory is. This just makes you look stupid
7  Other / Meta / Re: [List] Suspected users that are abusing merit 3.0 on: February 28, 2018, 08:32:14 AM
The user xxHazardousxx is selling merits
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3022474.msg31091000#msg31091000

He is using the btc adress 1B97dQczro5zx3mAuqLLQrjJpWePrDNVSn
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2698204.msg29174619#msg29174619

Same adress is used by cesjara
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2638350.0
8  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: I need merit... on: February 23, 2018, 12:21:42 PM
I also need merit to rank up to member... 20 is enough.

Looking at your post history, I can pretty much garantee that wont happen.
It's nothing usefull or informative in any of your posts (The ones I understood). It's just spam.
If you want merit, you have to work for it.
9  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Newbies, be careful! Recommendations on: February 22, 2018, 06:46:11 AM


so u suggest that coinbase is not a good place to keep ur btc?

Nope. If you are not in controll of the private key, then it is not safe.
If coinbase closes, your money is gone and there is nothing you can do about it.
Keep what you need there, but have the rest in a wallet you have controll over.
10  Other / Meta / Re: Lauda removed from DT network via 3 exclusions; 100 people excluded lauda on: February 21, 2018, 06:26:30 AM
--snip--
This does not rely upon any confidential sources, so I can share what I have provided confidentiality is promised.
--snip--
I'd love to see the evidence and certainly would provide confidentiality. Keep in mind, I seek truth. Smiley
Is it safe to assume I will not be seeing any evidence of the Lauda alts?
Isn't it obvious and expected that he does not? As usual, he made the whole thing up.

On that topic, I am fairly confident that lauda has used sockpuppets in this very thread to back his arguments. I believe one of these to be The Pharmacist, however lauda has not responded to this accusation yet, so I do not want to make the evidence I have of this public.
He claims he has evidence. I do not see evidence after you've explicitly denied this.
Lauda likes to imply that he has denied things that he very clearly did not deny. This is extremely dishonest, and likely plays a part as to why nearly 100 people have specifically excluded lauda from their trust lists.

It's even more dishonest to make accusations without backing it up and then pretend that it is proven
It's even more dishonest to post with several accounts to make it look like more people agree with you.
Its too bad none of that is true.

Further there are very clearly others promoting their own interests, including one person entirely unrelated to the dispute that is the subject of this thread.
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There is no reason to deny things that is taken out of thin air
When you respond to allegations with a request for proof, you give up your right to ignore the accusations.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2945878.msg30398505#msg30398505
I have posted with exactly two accounts in this thread, the other account was really just screwing around, and I don't think was backing my arguments.


Who is dishonest now  Roll Eyes
11  Other / Meta / Re: Lauda removed from DT network via 3 exclusions on: February 20, 2018, 01:44:23 PM
--snip--
This does not rely upon any confidential sources, so I can share what I have provided confidentiality is promised.
--snip--
I'd love to see the evidence and certainly would provide confidentiality. Keep in mind, I seek truth. Smiley
Is it safe to assume I will not be seeing any evidence of the Lauda alts?
Isn't it obvious and expected that he does not? As usual, he made the whole thing up.

On that topic, I am fairly confident that lauda has used sockpuppets in this very thread to back his arguments. I believe one of these to be The Pharmacist, however lauda has not responded to this accusation yet, so I do not want to make the evidence I have of this public.
He claims he has evidence. I do not see evidence after you've explicitly denied this.
Lauda likes to imply that he has denied things that he very clearly did not deny. This is extremely dishonest, and likely plays a part as to why nearly 100 people have specifically excluded lauda from their trust lists.

It's even more dishonest to make accusations without backing it up and then pretend that it is proven
It's even more dishonest to post with several accounts to make it look like more people agree with you.
There is no reason to deny things that is taken out of thin air
12  Other / Off-topic / Re: IS IT ACTUALLY GOOD TO LIE SOMETIMES? on: February 20, 2018, 08:35:14 AM
Lying about your work is never a good idea, but in other situations it might save your life.
If your wife says "Do I look fat in this?" It's not always the best idea to tell the truth
13  Other / Meta / Re: i cant understand my accaunt stolen or banned on: February 12, 2018, 08:55:28 AM
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This user's email address was changed recently.

This user changed his/her password recently.

Most likley the account is stolen.
If you got a staked bitcoin adress you should send a pm to Cyrus.
Do it as it is described here
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=497545.0
14  Other / Meta / Re: Why are signatures allowed in the META forum? on: February 08, 2018, 06:18:57 AM
Disabling them would discourage people to contribute.

If you neeed to get payed to contribute, then your contribution is not needed.
I agree with Vod. Signaturesshould be disabled in this part of the forum
15  Other / Meta / Re: Account Issue on: February 02, 2018, 06:57:20 AM
I'm sure he gets tonns of emails and it takes time to read them all.
Just be patient a few more days and I am sure he will come back to you
16  Other / Meta / Re: Don't forget to give merits to the thread starter on: February 02, 2018, 06:36:31 AM
It dosen't matter how good quality the post is if it serves no purpose.
90% of the post about merits is things that have been repeated over and over again
A post or a thred can be of good quality and still be just spam, and spam deserve no merits no matter how well it's written.
17  Other / Meta / Re: Members Need to be Better Informed About Merit on: February 01, 2018, 06:33:58 AM
It seems like most newbies on this forum can't read. It doesn't matter how many stickys they put up, most will never read them.
Just look at any part of this forum and you will see that most threds are about things that they could find in the stickys.
18  Other / Serious discussion / Re: Legalization of drugs? on: January 29, 2018, 01:20:29 PM
Yes it should be legal.
Got a excample from my own family of how terrible the law is.
My nephew is schizophrenic. He hears voices in his head.
He was ok for a few months and had stoped taking medicine.
Some time ago he had a fall back at school and got some mariuana to calm the voices down.
Result: 1 months suspention.
Now if he didn't do it and had given into the voices, the results could have been terrible.
So he got puniched for doing the right thing
19  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Is there anyone who heard about "Thebillioncoin" ? on: January 29, 2018, 08:35:17 AM
Never heard about it, but it sounds like a scam. I would stay away from it.
First they give you something that they say is worth 200 without proof, and then they say it's grown to 1600..
If it was true they would link to an exchange or something to prove it. They don't.
Save you $10.
20  Other / Meta / Re: What is the function of the "Merit" score? on: January 25, 2018, 08:02:41 AM
Will it be visible who gives merits to who?
Atleast for moderators and DT?
That way it would be easy to spot people who gives merits to shitposters and people who pays for merits and people with multiple accounts that gives merits to themselves
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