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#1    UM-Debate-Bot


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Posted 18 October 2008 - 10:02 PM

fightthefuture vs hazzard

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#2    fightthefuture


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Posted 19 October 2008 - 10:02 PM


In terms of evidence it is broken down into both science, and faith. Faith in what you consider, science in what it is to prove. In terms of faith, many religons speak of beings from above, best seen in q, yama, from the qar'an depicting a battle of two matched forces, that blazed fire erupted from, destroying downs and villeges in a single swoop of brning death. from the bible and jewish texts, moses lead the group of hebrews from ejept across the dessert to the promised land via a pillar of cloud by day fire by night, but more loosely trasnlated through pictures and script, it was a cigarette like shaped object that led the path through the dessert. In terms of science, just a year ago in india it rained red rain which to them, as there faith held was the sighn of the end of all days. but studdied inside the rain, through a microscope, found an unidentifieable cimara, with no earth bound properties. check for yourself if you will. And yes, it is not a little green man or spaceship, but its serves as some loose shred to grasp. With ufos many have been seen by millions of people, world wide. In cave paintings from north america to australia there have been depictyions of ships and fire from above, and beings that look like us, but were not quite human in shape and size. But in the end, it still comes down to simple faith. If you are not willing to belive you will oppose, if you do you will also oppose. Think of that, hazzard.

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Posted 20 October 2008 - 01:28 PM

Its actually Hazzard's turn to post his introduction first, which means Hazzard you'll now need to post an introduction and then your first body post directly after it.

#4    Hazzard


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Posted 16 November 2008 - 05:44 PM

Having read the first post by FTF, I respectfully decline to do this debate. Sorry.

Lets just say that Im not a person that you would put in the "faith/belief" category...and this debate, as far as I can tell, would be going in that direction.

I need to know, not to believe.

I still await the compelling Exhibit A.

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Posted 17 November 2008 - 12:41 PM

As Hazzard has stepped out of this debate before the main body posts there wouldn't be much point opening the debate to member comments, as such i'll go ahead and close this one down.

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