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Comment: Re:Wait a sec (Score 1) 772

by Ann O'Nymous-Coward (#47149911) Attached to: Belief In Evolution Doesn't Measure Science Literacy

You know what's weird? If this guy existed, why was there NOT ONE SINGLE WORD written about him DURING HIS LIFETIME? Not by the Romans and not by the Jews: two peoples notorious for the extent of their record-keeping? Why all those years and years of total and absolute silence?

I won't even go into the more obvious bullshit like tombs opening and dead walking. As if THAT wouldn't have set a few quills to wagging.

Comment: Re:Knowledge (Score 1) 1037

by Ann O'Nymous-Coward (#46695585) Attached to: How the Internet Is Taking Away America's Religion

No, you're the one spouting nonsense.

You predict with a very high but NOT 100% amount of confidence that the pitcher will throw. Because, being human, you are not 100% certain, there is always the possibility (tiny but greater than 0%) that the pitcher might drop the ball, die of a heart attack, etc. etc.

You cannot know with 100% absolute certainty that the pitcher will throw.

In any universe where it is possible to know someone MUST do X with 100% absolute certainty, then by definition, there is ZERO possibility that that person will choose to do Y instead.

Comment: Re:Super gender queer (Score 1) 462

by Ann O'Nymous-Coward (#46250173) Attached to: Facebook Debuts New Gender Options, Pronoun Choices

It's simple maths. You're conveniently forgetting about the "2 guys, 0 girls" part of the equation. Because there are about the same number of gays and lesbians, neither gay nor lesbian relationships would imbalance the overall proportion of single women vs. single men, like polygamy would.

Comment: Re: God of the Gaps (Score 1) 1293

by Ann O'Nymous-Coward (#44905443) Attached to: Why Are Some Hell-Bent On Teaching Intelligent Design?

The buck-passing bullshit answer is God has given rule of this Earth to man and man has done it badly.

FTFY.

With great power comes great responsibility, right? Well, with infinite power comes infinite responsibility. If God exists then the mess of the world is ALL God's fault.

If God is omnipotent, then he could have created man perfect, but he chose to create man imperfect.
If God is omniscient, then he knew exactly how badly this imperfect creation of his would behave, but he chose to give earth to man anyway.
God is responsible for his own choices, which caused the whole mess.

God is [omnipotent/omniscient/benevolent]: only two at most are possible.

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