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Comment: Re:Tip of the iceberg (Score 1) 647

by ZombieBraintrust (#48272269) Attached to: Pope Francis Declares Evolution and Big Bang Theory Are Right
2 Timothy 3 14 to 16

You, however, continue in the things you have learned and become convinced of, knowing from whom you have learned them, and that from childhood you have known the sacred writings which are able to give you the wisdom that leads to salvation through faith which is in Christ Jesus. All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness

At some level you need to decide if the Book of Mormon is scripture. You need to decide if the New Testiment is scripture. Or you can read it litterally and decide all text is inspired by God... even slashdot posts. Or you could read it more litterally and decide that only the sacred texts that were read by the literal person Timothy was writing too count.

Comment: Bundle with Netflix/Amazon/Hulu (Score 1) 224

by ZombieBraintrust (#48264511) Attached to: YouTube Considering an Ad-Free, Subscription-Based Version
Instead of selling this directly to customers they should work out deals with existing subscription services. Subscribe to Netflix and Youtube is add free. Subscribe to Hulu Plus and Youtube is add free. They would get less money per subscriber but have alot more subscribers.

Comment: Re:Telomeres, tiny 'hairs' that split DNA for dupi (Score 1) 422

by ZombieBraintrust (#48182831) Attached to: Soda Pop Damages Your Cells' Telomeres
it should be harmless given your description. Doesn't mean it actually is. It could change the way some foods are digested. It could promote different digestive bacteria. It could chemically react with enzymes in your stomach. I suspect that it is none of the above. People who drink soda get fat. Fat people have more cells replicating/repairing than skinny people. You would expect that to lead to smaller telomeres.

The unfacts, did we have them, are too imprecisely few to warrant our certitude.