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a grown-up having sex with a child is not wrong because of the social norms we have been taught..the fact is that those norms exists for very very good reasons.

Basically, the worst case would be a pre-puberty girl being raped by a grown man. why? if you're a girl I'm sure you've tried having sex before you're wet...often painful... Sex for WOMEN is painful when they aren't aroused, imagine how painful it will be to a little girl, who's entire body is smaller in size. And that is on top of the fact that she is, without doubt, a virgin the first time. She will bleed. blood comes from wounds. wounds hurt.

when it comes to other cases, if you don't count the obviously violent rapes with hitting or even cutting of the victim, I think you would see a connection between the mood of the molester at the time of the rape, and the victim, bssically, children are sensitive to the mood of the adults surrounding it and keeping it safe. A child will sense danger if the person who's the closest to it at any given time is nervous, thus, a child being raped by a person who wery well know how wrong what he/she is doing is, will pick up the nervousness, easily understand that what's happening is wrong wrong wrong, even if it's a very small child. the stress in the person's voice will make almost any word sound like a reprimade. The child will, all in all, feel that it's in danger, or, that it's being punished, without knowing what he/she did wrong. both things WILL leave it's mark.

SOme children are sensitive about their bodies as early as in their second or third year. They will feel nervous just from being undressed around other children, these children may have big reactions to having their bodies invaded by hands and worse, they sometimes alienate their own parents and don't trust adults.  if this happens when they are 3-7 years, it may have a huge impacts on their learning curves, their mental health, even their physical health, weight, basically everything. There are especially many examples of this happening to girls. Add to THIS again, that a natural way for human beings to enable themselves to break their own rules, is by 'un-humanising' their victims. They may say things like 'you're just a little twat, no better than a dog' or 'no one will care what happens to you, you're not a real person yet' and so on. Especially little girls, who have often not been yelled at as much as boys, will be frightened by this. And the words may stick with them, if they are old enough to remember.

these I believe, are the reasons why girls who have been raped as children often are more marked by it than boys in the same situation. Girls can even be left incapable of having children of their own, which in itself is hard to bear.

These are also the reasons why some children will not suffer from what's been done to them at later points, while some will, as you may imagine.

If it was up to me, paedophiles who have hurt little children should be physically castrated, no anaestethics, at the very least, they DO ruin lives. Not only among us where we have laws against it, in other cultures too.

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Flat Earth Q&A / The Ice Wall Can't Exist; Ice Melts Under Pressure
« on: July 19, 2006, 01:54:46 AM »
oooh *attemts to quarrel for the FR'ers* Imagine if the ice wall DID melt, or even break, at some point...what would most likely happen? the moment the next wave hits the black of space (cold cold place O.o) it would most likely instantly freeze like that *snaps fingers* making a new bit of ice wall  :shock:  then, over the months or so, some large waves would add to it's height... and and and imagine how pwutty the earth would look underneath if this was how it worked, if all the molten ice trickeled down, reaching hotter spots that would melt it over due to the heat from within the earth, slowly but surely make purdy icicles all over O.o awwww...now I almost WISH the earth was flat O.o

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Flat Earth Q&A / Myth Busters
« on: July 17, 2006, 08:26:24 PM »
http://community.discovery.com/1/OpenTopic?a=frm&cdra=Y&s=6941912904&f=9701967776


this is where to post a request for mythbusters about busting the myth that earth is round/flat ^^

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Flat Earth Debate / Rendered Picture of Flat Earth Universe
« on: July 17, 2006, 01:35:22 PM »
I think the earth is round but I don't see any problems with an airplane flying from some spot on the tropic of capricorn to another would fly for the same amount of hours as a plane going from one spot on the tropic of cancer, how about, to maintain the illusion, they have the northernmost routes follow the tropic of cancer, flying in a bow, while the flights along the tropic of capricorn would just fly straight across, and hope for clouds over the arctic  :wink: The real question would rather then be, why bother? Seems they feel they know why.  :shock:

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Flat Earth Q&A / movie
« on: July 17, 2006, 01:05:16 PM »
ooh and Jeff Goldblum as the scientist and Gerard Depardieu as the sci fi geek, and in the climax Sigourney Weaver can come up to him and say 'if the universe disappoints you, we can make our own...'

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computer graphics can be great, but if you look at some of the most realistic paintings, by really talented painters, they can even portray people (exremely hard) so well it looks like photographs...

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first they say the earth is flat, then all evidence is not evidence, then your dad turns out to have told you something untrue (it seems)...the plot is thickening  :shock:

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Flat Earth Q&A / movie
« on: July 17, 2006, 12:32:33 PM »
Yeah and the sci fi guy can sabotage their mission by trying to prevent the truth, remember, when there can be no other planets, no space ships would have a point, his life would be crushed really, all his dreams....yeah..character depth...

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Flat Earth Q&A / movie
« on: July 17, 2006, 12:27:44 PM »
I vote for the underside being lots of icicles, made when the heat of the earth melt the ice around the edge, just to freeze it again....and the icicles would be beautiful when lit up by the stars...or whatever's beneath it O.o

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Flat Earth Q&A / movie
« on: July 17, 2006, 12:24:48 PM »
Steven Spielberg's The Ice Wall...a small group, a scientist, a sci fi geek, a FE, a fisherman and some other guy decides to use the antarctica route between Chile and New Zealand, after a thief leaves them with too little rations to go the longer way. They discover the ice wall, and the film moves on from there with one of them falling over the edge, instantly freezing (it's space right? would explain the ice wall if the newborn sea's waves created it when meeting space) and we see the underside of the earth, and the four people need to find out how this can be, and unmask the conspiracy.... yeah...no more unbelievable than War of the Worlds or Jurrasic Park really?

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Flat Earth Q&A / movie
« on: July 17, 2006, 12:10:04 PM »
regardless of what the truth  may be,

is it just me or would this make a great movie? :D

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Flat Earth Q&A / this is bordering on abuse...
« on: July 16, 2006, 08:02:14 PM »
I'd like to, since this is a forum where people actually answer (even if some claim othervise  :wink: )

If someone managed to prove that God does not exist, would that person be met with absolute trust? No. Would you demand your grandmother or aunt, or best friend, stop believing? I sincerely hope not, cause that would be stepping on their toes. Even if they were, in ways, stepping on the toes of the scientist who discovered this. There's a difference between hinting or explaining the new theory to your grandmother, and actually demanding her to stop believing, telling her that she's a moron for thinking that a scientist can be wrong. A forum needs shades and colour, but not bullying and hatred. that's my view anyways   :oops:

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Flat Earth Q&A / this is bordering on abuse...
« on: July 16, 2006, 07:29:40 PM »
thank you for proving my point, all of you, both the one who asked me to leave and the rest.  this thread turned into one of the more leveled and actually discussing threads I've seen so far on this forum ( Which I just found, as you will have guessed)   :D  and that's you guys's doing.

the very thing that makes belief what it is is the ability to believe even if the proof is limited and you are faced with challenges, the fact that you can trust yourself and what you believe in enough to walk through it. Everyone has a right to believe what he does, and practice that belief as long as it doesn't harm others. One of the few beliefs thast you see harming others, are those who believe it's their right to step on others for believing something else.

You don't have to have a doctorate in science or religion to believe, and it is unfair  to demand that of anyone. Besides, isn't part of the belief that the earth is really flat, that the limitations in proof is due to this being kept a secret? I can't exactly go out in my garden and prove the earth's roundness either, I simply put my trust in other sources than an FE'er.  :wink:

oh and Miss Noodles was my hampster
 :cry:

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Flat Earth Q&A / this is bordering on abuse...
« on: July 16, 2006, 06:28:19 PM »
whenever you don't get some person who believes the earth is flat to answer your posts, you cry ignorant and pathetic. they're moronic and dumb and can't prove their point at all cause they don't answer you....um...I don't know how it was from start, of course, and I won't say anyone's wrong or right, I personally believe the earth is round and won't easily be convinsed otherwise, I believe the case is the same for those who believe the earth is in fact flat O.o

do you call a person who believes in god but doesn't know how to explain why the river like images on Mars isn't explained in the Genesis moronic? even if he'll be backed up by loads upon loads of people who also believe in god?

There are so many things people believe but can't prove for every sceptic who may ask. they may not be right, but it doesn't make them moronic or ignorant.

this forum is called the Flat Earth Society but seeing the threads here, it looks more like a The Anti Flat Earth Society Believer Bullying Central. is it just me or is that wrong? this is their forum, it was probably started as a place for them to discuss things, through discussing one can come up with hypotheses that can later be attempted proven. But there's little room for that here now. I wouldn't be surprised if most of them decided to start a secret forum some other place where they are in fact able to speak their mind without being crushed like a bug under a fat lady's stiletto heel. and that's a figure of speech, not calling anyone here a fat lady's stilletto heel -.- that would be just...wrong.

if I believed the world was flat, I wouldn't exactly speak my mind here, I would try finding some place less infested with people who would attemt to crush me, I would definately not concider joining.

I tend to believe there's good in people, and I believe in justice, so please, take the good in you and see the fact that maybe, just maybe, they don't avoid answering you cause they're too stupid, maybe, just maybe, they don't answer cause they're tired of you, and that it is justified. I doubt they will be easily convinced they are wrong, and...who cares? I certainly don't care what they think or believe, all I care about is the fact that they aren't really welcome here anymore, it seems. On their own forums

Thanks for your time if you read that through.  :shock:

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