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Comment: Re:Prophet Mohammed, peace be upon him (Score 1) 1131

If you're just matter, you just don't matter.

Your signature is interesting given the content of your post. Would you care to elaborate, I am confused. Is supposed to be a threat to atheist, and rational thinkers, like the billboard of a kid holding a gun that says" If God doesn't matter to him then why you."? (or something similar)

Comment: Re:crap (Score 1) 2

by windowshater13 (#28235703) Attached to: NASA believes sun heats earth
Sorry to offend you Mr. Gore. The truth of the matter is no-one and I mean no-one fully understands the climate. However we have seen an uptake in poor science blaming global warming on humans. This has become a popular moments enlisting neophytes as it's most ardent supporters. The supporters of global warming are like the religous masses i.e. they believe who ever yells the loudest and they follow.

The point of my submission was to spawn a spirited debate. Debate is the foundation of all good science. So regarding your religious comment, Mr. Panda, does it not contradict the first part of that line?

+ - NASA believes sun heats earth-> 2

Submitted by windowshater13
windowshater13 (678582) writes "Report indicates solar cycle has been impacting Earth since the Industrial Revolution Some researchers believe that the solar cycle influences global climate changes. They attribute recent warming trends to cyclic variation. Skeptics, though, argue that there's little hard evidence of a solar hand in recent climate changes.Via Daily Tech Al Gore in search of new income."
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How can you work when the system's so crowded?