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Comment: Re:But what created the law of gravity? (Score 1) 1328 1328

Why? Because I thought that my observation might make someone smile a little.

I mean have to as in when you say that you are agnostic the "but you have to believe either is right deep down, you just haven't thought about it enough" comes every time followed by a pitch for their belief.

As far as my mental superiority is concerned it is obvious and doesn't need any help making itself known ;)

Comment: Re:But what created the law of gravity? (Score 1) 1328 1328

As an agnostic I naively thought I wouldn't have to deal with the debate.
Would save a lot of time in which I could concentrate on what actually makes me happy.
I was quite content in not knowing if there is "a god" or whatever until I die.

Turns out all camps are offended I don't pick a side.

Comment: Eye stuff. (Score 1) 6 6

Since you seem to have an interest in staying on top of eye transplants and medicine.

http://www.svd.se/nyheter/inrikes/biosyntetisk-hornhinna-snart-verklighet_5192051.svd (swedish)

Basicly a biosynthetic cornea made from the patients own cells is transplanted. Removing the need for donated corneas and reducing the risk of immune response.

Comment: Re:Nice (Score 1) 362 362

Good old 10-base-2 coax networks. We used to borrow the school cafeteria to host our gaming events.

Always the guy who was super sure his cable was fine who had a broken one. The threats of throwing someone out because he wouldn't stop downloading stuff while the others were trying to play.

Such nice memories! :)

Humanity has the stars in its future, and that future is too important to be lost under the burden of juvenile folly and ignorant superstition. - Isaac Asimov

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