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E Equals MC What!!!!
Member # 5491
Profile Homepage #25
quote:
Originally written by Henry Anthony Wilcox:

Rephrased:

"I have known at least one person who I would class as a fundamentalist who argued against the feasibility of macro-evolution based on at least partly this reason."

:rolleyes:

Thanks.

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SupaNik: Aran, you're not big enough to threaten Ash. Dammit, even JV had to think twice.
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Law Bringer
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quote:
Originally written by Maimonides:

quote:
Originally written by Kelandon:

He didn't say "all fundamentalists." He simply used a plural: more than one fundamentalist.
There is no reason to assume the two are meaningfully separate.

There is no reason to assume they are not.

Hah. :P

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There's enough cynicism on this board to kill a horse about thee times over.

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Frisbeetarianism is the belief that when you die, your soul goes up on the roof and gets stuck.

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Profile #28
quote:
Originally written by Robinator, #034:

There's enough cynicism on this board to kill a horse about thee times over.
Art thou threatening the internet enabled horses?

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quote:
Originally written by Kelandon:

Well, I'm at least pretty sure that Salmon is losing.


Posts: 4114 | Registered: Monday, April 25 2005 07:00
Infiltrator
Member # 5410
Profile #29
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Originally written by Robinator, #034:
There's enough cynicism on this board to kill a horse about thee times over.
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Art thou threatening the internet enabled horses?

1st comment is passive voive, observation only...unless Robinator is actively expressing cynicism but then it still isn't a threat because it has become action carried out.

Personally, horses are fine, its the damn ponies we need to get rid of.

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"Dikiyoba ... is demon ... drives people mad and ... do all sorts of strange things."

"You Spiderwebbians are mad, mad, mad as March hares."
Posts: 687 | Registered: Wednesday, January 19 2005 08:00
Warrior
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Exactly how much cynicism does it take to kill a horse?

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I think this is really wonderful.
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Guardian
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Profile Homepage #31
By Thin Air:
quote:
Exactly how much cynicism does it take to kill a horse?
6.53 kiloSarcals. Give or take about 35 Sarcals depending on the body mass of the horse and the volume of the cynic (if talking), or the font size of the cynic's writing. Proximity of certain forum members has also been observed to increase one's Sarcalic output.

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Hooray for metric!
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Councilor
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Profile Homepage #32
quote:
Chicken and egg debate unscrambled
Egg came first, 'eggsperts' agree
Hold on, hold on. Does this hold true everywhere? Undoubtedly, it holds true in Disney movies and probably in most aspects of daily life as well. But would it hold true within twenty feet of any Richard White game? I think not.

This study forgot to take the effects of retroactivity and needle/ferrets into account. Therefore, it is flawed and proves nothing.

Dikiyoba.
Posts: 4346 | Registered: Friday, December 23 2005 08:00
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quote:
Originally written by Dikiyoba:

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This study forgot to take the effects of retroactivity and needle/ferrets into account. Therefore, it is flawed and proves nothing.

Don't worry, the ferrets came before the egg. Don't sweat the petty things, don't pet the sweaty things.

Einstein's famous equation E=mc^2, incidentally, translates into "sarcals=mockery x cynicism (squared)." Some lunatic made "E" the unit for "sarcals," so don't believe a word they're teaching in schools.

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