You're so sensitive...
It seems odd for you to start out by saying that everything I say is wrong, but follow up with points that actually agree with and validate my position
Fair enough. I guess what I was trying to say is that the idea that "Science" never caused anyone to do any of the things you mentioned was incorrect. Yes, religious people are encouraged to marry within their religion for the same reason you stated. Though I am surprised that you wouldn't mind your children growing up to have the inability to "follow logic and reason".
But you know what's really weird about your response. You keep proclaiming "open-mindedness" while clearly showing an intolerance towards people of faith. A bit amusing, don't you think?
I can appreciate what you're saying, but everything you just said is false. I understand it will upset you because you wish what you said was true, but it isn't.
First Science isn't one man's idea or philosophy just like there are many sects to Religion. Some people, like Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss, encourage ridiculing or mocking religious people. But you excuse it because Science® is Right. I'm sure the murderers who killed 3000 people 13 years ago thought they were Right too.
"Science doesn't demand we marry other people from the same denomination; marriages between a physicist and a biologist are just as sacred" That's a categorical error. In Christianity, a pastor and a music director can marry just like a biologist and physicist can. But you are correct that Christianity demands that people marry who have the same belief system. This is perfectly normal. You wouldn't marry a devout Christian, right? They'd get on your nerves and it would make a crappy marriage.
"Science doesn't force us into indoctrinating our children into our faith in the one true meaning of Dark Matter." Right, but you would not be happy at all if your children became Christians, right? Obviously someone who actually believes that there is a God out there that loves, cares, and forgives you of sins would want their children to know about Him too, right?
"Nobody has fought a war to eradicate the filthy heretical." WWII - need I say more. Anyway, I can go on, but the point is, "Science is objectively morally right" is just wishful thinking. When there are humans involved - no matter their philosophical beliefs - there will be "Bad Stuff" happening.
I wonder if this is a step towards becoming a software company since they haven't done so well in the device industry... especially in Japan.
But it's not that much different to bring 10 mbps to new markets. I'd rather see them roll out 10mbps to new areas than 4mbps
I can tell from your comment that you're far more enlightened than us normal people. So while I find your explanation of why counterfeit pens don't work fascinating, I even more interested in your solution to this problem. If an old lady wants to buy shelves from me that I'm selling on Craigslist, how should I make that financial transaction?
When I list something on Craigslist, I only accept cash or debit. While not foolproof, cash can be checked for legitimacy with a counterfeit detector pen. And while cards can be stolen, checking their ID will stop most cases of fraud.
If I understand this article correctly, one could eventually just switch out the Galaxy Note 4 for a later model.
I'd recommend getting a refund from whomever taught you Java.
Or if you statically import System.out...
So how do you connect your cell phone, Nintendo 3DS, or bathroom scale to the Internet?
Right. And if you have the keys then you can sign your own certificates. Thus allowing Eve to pretend she's Bob.
If you're implying that I write insecure code because I write a lot of code then you're mistaken. I produce a lot of code because I'm able to utilize technology to generate clean, bug free code for very common scenarios. I also write a lot of quality unit tests. On top of that, my code contains quality documentation. You just can't write disciplined code like that and not produce many lines of code.
He's probably spending most of his day on