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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Would You Kill Hitler?
« on: July 01, 2015, 04:38:12 PM »
I'd kill you and steal your time machine. Absolutely.

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Almost 90% of abortions are performed within the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. During this time there is no scientific doubt that the developing fetus is incapable of any form of conscious awareness. So, opposing abortion this early in the development cycle is like getting upset over some sperm spillage on the bed or, even better, getting upset with a woman for having a period instead of getting pregnant.

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Technology, Science & Alt Science / Re: Zoo hypothesis
« on: July 01, 2015, 10:44:04 AM »
Are you high, man? There's absolutely zero evidence that suggests aliens have visited Earth. Even if they were careful, you'd figure they'd leave some evidence behind, right?

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Let's not forget that Asperger's syndrome is a mental disorder. Maybe you should get electroshock therapy? I think that's a pretty good idea, actually.

Were you always this obnoxious or did you have to work for it?

Also, mental disorders are similar to physical disorders: some faculties may be damaged/different, while others were just fine. Just because someone's in a wheelchair doesn't mean they can't use their arms. Asperger's isn't going to preventing him thinking/considering: or, for that matter, being wrong/biased.
That being said, the problem with discussing with people on the Autism spectrum is that debate/discussion is always going to be tricky when the other personal has a different thought process to you. I think the cliche example is someone saying "The window's open." While most people might just respond "Yes, it is," what's intended by the statement could be something like "It's too cold in here," or "Something could get in."

Mike may have had a point, it just wouldn't necessarily be clear to everyone else. Apparently you're the one that needs to do research  :P

On topic though, I'm fairly sure hormone exposure in the womb is at least a partial cause. You can typically find physical changes depending on sexuality: for example, the ratio between ring and index fingers.


I need to research to deduce that aspergers is a mental disorder? You know it is. You just wanted a reason to nitpick my post and take an obviously satirical response literally; do you have aspergers as well?

Or do you have a problem with me mocking electroshock? Either way, if homosexuality is a mental disorder then aspergers is just as much so and, according to mikeboy, people with mental disorders need to get electroshock therapy. So... I don't think it's unreasonable to ask mikeman to get his own dosage of electroshock - since, you know - he has a mental disorder.

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Flat Earth Debate / Re: An unbiased debate.
« on: June 30, 2015, 03:21:45 PM »
I hope you realize that when people use equations and maths, it's not to show off their knowledge or to make you feel stupid.

BiJane... is that you?

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The Lounge / Re: Waking to reality
« on: June 30, 2015, 03:18:31 PM »
"The only source of knowledge is experience."
-Albert Einstein

Great quote!

Now, have you seen Earth from space?

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The Lounge / Re: This forum is DEAD
« on: June 30, 2015, 02:35:33 PM »
Yeah, this charade can only go on so long.

Eventually someone will make a somewhat-fresh new troll character and the site will pick up again, but until then: sit and wait.

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Evidence points to it being genetic.

http://www.natureworldnews.com/articles/10443/20141118/homosexuality-genetic-strongest-evidence.htm

Nice try at pop-sciencing the topic though. Please come back with more factoids later.

My dad is gay while me and my three siblings are strait.  Nuff said.

My Mom has blonde hair and my Dad has red hair but I have brown (almost black) hair.

Nuff said? It's amazing how someone seemingly so versed in the science of the Earth and the universe has no clue about how genetics work. It took a lot out of me just to not string a bunch of profanity together instead of posting a valid point in response to you. You claim you're not an anti-homosexual biggot but you also think it's a mental condition that can be cured via electroshock. You're a fucking moron, do some basic research you fucking moron. ::)


Let's not forget that Asperger's syndrome is a mental disorder. Maybe you should get electroshock therapy? I think that's a pretty good idea, actually.

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The Lounge / Re: One reason to love the members of tfes.org
« on: June 29, 2015, 05:52:26 PM »
Perhaps, but racists and biggots are fun.

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Flat Earth General / Re: What is a Shill?
« on: June 29, 2015, 05:38:20 PM »
When Eric Dubay calls Mark Sargent,  Jeranism,  APlaneTruth,  Aceni and all the others "shills"   he is using the word correctly.

Eric Dubay has never used any words correctly, ever.

Get that thought out of your mind.

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My views on the whole gay marriage thing is that no matter what the law says gay people will still love each other.  All that marriage is is a legal contract binding them together, it has no effect on how much people love each other and many strait people live together without being married anyway.  I believe that gayness is simply a challenge that someone is born with, and people can get hormonal replacement medication which can help make gay people become strait.

I don't even..

Conversion therapy is quack science, you know that right?  ::)

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Flat Earth General / Re: Flat Earthers view on Climate change
« on: June 27, 2015, 05:50:07 PM »
OK then. I'll talk to you later.

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Flat Earth General / Re: Flat Earthers view on Climate change
« on: June 27, 2015, 05:47:14 PM »
Would you mind linking the source for your Arctic palms claim?

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Flat Earth General / Re: Flat Earthers view on Climate change
« on: June 27, 2015, 05:37:57 PM »
You are a hypocrite, though. That much is clear. What constitutes false science? Whatever you're not using to try to push your pathetic arguments?  ::)

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Flat Earth General / Re: Flat Earthers view on Climate change
« on: June 27, 2015, 04:57:28 PM »
For   the  simpletons    I    have    spaced    the    words    a    little    further    apart.
If    your    climate    change    is    caused    by    man    then    why    is    there    already    evidence    of     palms    in    the    Arctic    region?

You've already made it clear that you don't subscribe to modern science, and since this claim was a recent finding that you most likely found in a scientific journal... your point therefore is moot.

You're being a hypocrite if you're trying to use this as some sort of point, as you should reject modern scientific findings if what you say about yourself is accurate.

Try again. This time think it through and try to stay in character.

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Cannabis cures cancer.

Yeah, no evidence support this. It helps with pain management, which can help improve the living conditions of people suffering from cancer. That's all we really know for now.

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Flat Earth General / Re: Flat Earthers view on Climate change
« on: June 27, 2015, 04:15:32 PM »
tappet's not going to give you a direct answer to any of your questions. I suggest you move on to a more developed troll character. You've already dealt with jroa, tappet, and a few others. Have you tried Vauxhall?

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I don't get why religious people are so opposed to gay marriage.

Genesis 19:1-13; Leviticus 18:22; 20:13; Romans 1:26-27; 1 Corinthians 6:9

You honestly don't understand why they're against gay marriage?

How is homosexual marriage forced on people? Are they tied down and sodomized?

These are not my sentiments, although I can understand where Yaakov is coming from. I doubt very much that he was involved in the voting process that allowed gay marriage to be legal country-wide.

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Weatherwax, they're scared. They're in fear that their religious beliefs are becoming irrelevant, and since their religious beliefs are correct they have to assert control over the situation to make them relevant again. After all, there is only one true God, and His views on homosexuality are explicit.

Yaakov doesn't seem to have a problem with homosexual marriage, per se... he has a problem with it being forced on him. He hasn't crossed into full-blown bigotry yet.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Racism
« on: June 27, 2015, 12:46:15 PM »
When are there CVs with the exact same qualifications in the real world? I'm sure it happens sometimes, but it's hardly the norm. People will be from different backgrounds, different schools, and they will all have different experiences (extracurriculars, etc).

The truth is, there are more uneducated black people than white, that's a fact. The fact that they're not getting jobs at the same rate as whites is explainable from this one simple fact, they correlate. So ultimately there are less blacks sending in applications for fortune 500 companies than whites. If we take a real world example then we'd probably find that the numbers correlate closely, but your studies don't take that aspect into consideration. They just consider race, they fabricate applications, then they cry racism when their fake black guy doesn't get hired.

Sorry, but not every black guy has a right to be hired over a white guy - there's still equal opportunity, and affirmative action only works to a certain extent (there's a quota, I believe). Most companies are given incentive to selectively hire black people over whites until a certain point, and the fact that companies are not being shut down or sued consistently for racism is just another point against this - because you can't conclusively prove that racism is involved when they decide to hire a white guy over a black guy (even if they have the EXACT same qualifications, which almost never happens).

Like I said, you've shown that some companies may be prejudiced with your studies. That's it. You haven't proven the motive, the reason for it, or anything of that nature.

Hiring a white guy over a black guy is not a crime, and it's not racist (unless you can prove that was the motive, which you haven't). If you believe that the black man should always be handed jobs before the white man then you are in fact a racist, not the other way around.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Racism
« on: June 27, 2015, 12:17:23 PM »
No one said prejudice doesn't exist, BiJane. Your studies don't prove institutionalized racism, however.

You've shown that some business may be prejudiced. But you honestly cannot speak on behalf of the people reviewing these applications and their motives for who they select.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Racism
« on: June 27, 2015, 11:48:01 AM »
But, fine, simple question. Take two CVs. They're made to be identical in every way, except for the race of the person submitting. Now, what could possibly cause a disparity in how a company responds to those CVs? You're claiming something other than racism could be responsible. I'll wait.

Interesting hypothetical. That's all it is. Statistics don't show that this actually happens, BiJane.
Interesting hypothetical? That is literally how they conducted the study!

Once again, hypothetical. The study may have been conducted that way, but the conclusion is moot. It was a limited study - hardly something that can tell us that this happens all the time with extreme prejudice.

Also worth noting that I just googled a similar study that shows no racial discrimination between black and white hires, and even none when they both have criminal records as well.

So, once again, limited studies produce limited results.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Racism
« on: June 27, 2015, 11:33:22 AM »
Except they do. Still refusing to actually look at the study, I see.

Nope.

I don't have time to sift through 8 pages of your drivel. Please relink the study if you're referencing it.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Racism
« on: June 27, 2015, 11:18:44 AM »
But, fine, simple question. Take two CVs. They're made to be identical in every way, except for the race of the person submitting. Now, what could possibly cause a disparity in how a company responds to those CVs? You're claiming something other than racism could be responsible. I'll wait.

Interesting hypothetical. That's all it is. Statistics don't show that this actually happens, BiJane.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Racism
« on: June 27, 2015, 10:46:27 AM »
Want to recap then?

With you? Not really. Every page of this thread has been a recap thanks to you.

According to you welfare makes them lazy as they can live comfortably on it, yet they're also driven to crime because it's not enough? That doesn't even begin to make sense: and it doesn't negate other causes.

Like I said, you don't understand the welfare system. If someone gets a real job then they're no longer going to receive a big check from the govtmt. Consider this, then ask yourself why people on welfare would want to get a real job. Making sense now? One of the most important questions on the form is "do you have a job? if so, where?".

Welfare usually provides enough money to live at the bare minimum. Add selling dope on top of that and you're making even more money. Pretty simple stuff.

Black people are hired less, even if their qualifications/history are exactly the same as a white person.

This ties into the welfare aspect. Race is not the only variable here, and acting like it is is just going to cause you to miss the real issue. It's not like blacks are the only ones who can get on welfare. You're trying to make this an issue with racism, when it's an issue with the entire system as a whole. You're missing the important points crying wolf.


These are all facts. Other variables at play? Well, in the last two situations, maybe: mostly in the final. The rest? No: there can't be, by how that knowledge was found. And even in the latter two, other aspects does not preclude racism.

Other variables are at play in every aspect of social interaction between human beings. It's never simply "race" or "money". It's a compound of different catalysts that led to the way things are. I've given you plenty of information already throughout the 8 pages. The fact that you keep relying on the same confusing argument goes to show that you've got nothing else. Race is never the only variable, and acting like it is is just going to make you see racism in everything and foster racism and reverse racism, which you are edging dangerously close to.

But sure, go on denying that racism has anything to do with it.

Ok? I do.

Well, not completely. I have stated several times that racism exists, but it's not as big of an issue as you're making it out to be.

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Flat Earth Q&A / Re: Where does the air go?
« on: June 27, 2015, 10:34:22 AM »
There's also the aetheric wind model which doesn't rely on an invisible ice dome.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Racism
« on: June 26, 2015, 05:56:30 PM »
tl;dr


Stop repeating yourself. It's boring.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Racism
« on: June 26, 2015, 05:32:00 PM »
There's no hypocrisy. So don't even pretend. Get off your high horse and observe the damn evidence - and next time, friendly advice: don't get involved with discussions that you aren't qualified to discuss. You lack knowledge of the welfare system, which is a huge part of the issue here. You lack knowledge on the American justice system. You lack knowledge on America in general. Stick to UK issues, please. You are ignorant of what is going on here - that much is clear.

I'm taking a logical approach to the situation. I've observed all the variables involved and made a logical deduction based on them. You are refusing to accept other variables and insist that it's some sort of institutionalized racism, well guess what - it's not. I think I've already proven that sufficiently to you, but you're in denial. But hey, that's ok. Just remember for the future: statistics never show the full picture... I think you've made that clear to anyone reading this, really. Thank you for proving my points.


Oh, and pro-tip: you wouldn't have to repeat yourself if you made any sense to begin with.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Racism
« on: June 26, 2015, 05:05:10 PM »
Why are you asking what? Are you talking to yourself or are you really just that confused by simple logic?

Black people are at a disadvantage statistically, but that doesn't prove institutionalized racism is involved. That just proves that they're at a disadvantage according to the statistics. You've yet to prove that racism is involved, how it's involved, or anything related to that.

There are different conclusions that you can come to by looking at the same data. That is what I'm trying to explain to you, and you continue to misunderstand (on purpose?).

More black people in prison than whites? That's not racism. That means more black people are in prison than white people. Less employment among blacks? That means that blacks are less employed than whites. Once again, racism is not necessarily involved.

If you remove other factors, then yes, of course it looks like racism... but that's what I'm trying to avoid, and you seem to be thriving on. I have explained several factors that lead to more blacks being in prison, more being unemployed, etc. You throw all this out because they're "variables". Well, guess what, fuck you. It has absolutely everything to do with the discussion at hand.

You came into this discussion looking for racism. Looking for ways to prove racism. And you're trying your damnedest to do that, but I'm just not buying it. You're obviously biased in favor of racism, and that is a big problem. If everyone thought like you then we'd be focusing on the completely wrong aspects of every situation. It's like cave man logic. I don't understand how you could be so stupid? Please explain.

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