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  2. Climate Change is a Hoax

    Unfortunately we are not dealing with open minded individuals, of if we brought up the following someone who is open would see that serious doubts are raised. • In the 70's, a prominent scientist said, that the science made it highly likely that we would see several large scale negative things occur in 15 years time, or whatever, and it was 100% incorrect, (previous post l made here). Quite ironically all the end is nigh predictions made on Earth Day in the 70's were all, well, none of them occurred. • Now almost 50 years later, on Earth Day, 2 days ago, David Attemborough makes a similar statement in his so called Factural Prop,....doc, "based on the science it is highly likely, blah, blah". Notice a pattern here??? The best scientists and science cannot predict anything reliably! And yet we can reliably predict the end is nigh in the year 2033! The end has been nigh for the last 50 ....years, but l guess that the fanatics don't want to give up their GMC, decoder rings and grim reaper hoods for anything. I don't care either way, but make my decisions on Valid evidence, not emotional dependency. It is funny that when this point is brought up, no rebuttel, just "personal warnings and equally change the subject comments". I have seen this convenient dismissal many times, with someone either attacking the poster or the evidence, with the evidence being valid, and the opposing side having issues. I think the issue is that one side believes in anything mass media, gov, and ...nature doc, presenters, actors, etc say, since they need to believe that the earth is a shiny apple, and don't want to believe that it is rotten in the core, (which is closer to reality) since that leads to fear and dread scenarios, (grays, or aliens near earth, ghosts, Mars not being dead and so forth). We can try to show that this subject has serious issues, but the closer we get to showing things that should raise serious doubt the more spaghetti science is brought up and the more "see spot run" evidence is given. Best to leave the cows in the pasture!
  3. That might have been another reason I would have trashed it. EVD I read and it was was painful especially the 'bomber bays picture'.
  4. Let's talk history

    120kya in Australia? Bowler et al’s report on the Moyjil site is a model for how to present claims of early presence (of humans) https://archeothoughts.wordpress.com/2019/03/13/120kya-in-australia-bowler-et-als-report-on-the-moyjil-site-is-a-model-for-how-to-present-claims-of-early-presence/
  5. Weird photo goes viral

    Weird and slightly annoying (not sure why) Something looks like sets of earrings. The brown thing looks like a dog in the face, but some kind of stuffed animal body. Is there any background info. on it?
  6. I don't believe you

    Not at all. A partner stand by the other. You said they tore her apart which doesn't sound like she handled the situation at all. Rather than disempower, it's more like by standing. Gun mentality? Really? They couldn't afford me. Like rape? There is only one standard when the word No comes into play. And as a result we have education, sewerage, running water, better health, liberation of minority groups etc. Its not all bad either. Yes I do and I will. JWs now face courts fir letting children die. That's a good thing. Ignorant people following religious rule that slaughter Offspring for offending their God and suppression of rights is very worthy of judgement. Perhaps you can't comprehend such when you don't even support your own wife? Killing another person is pretty straightforward Walker. Either it was an accident or not. Of course I do. Why wouldn't I? Why wouldn't more research into truth serums be a better option? That's not honor thats jealousy IMHO. We send people to jail for it. We don't condone it through religious law.
  7. So when will you be starting that? Like I said (and you IGNORED) why weren't you debating this on the relevant threads that discuss the Elizondo/deLonge/TTS misinformation at great length? May I impolitely guess that you didn't do that as you do not understand high-end camera optics, stabilisation / tracking systems, FLIR, aeronautics? It certainly would have been embarrassing for you, so .. wise move.
  8. Doing God's will.

    There is nothing paranormal involved in making a choice that's within your power to choose. Least of all is what you choose to dedicate your will to doing. What you choose to do with the use of your mind.
  9. haiku time

    wishing for time to stand still, reveling in small moments we call life
  10. Doing God's will.

    Then by your choice about this, you have validated that in this universe, you have the power to choose.
  11. DA: Derailers Anonymous Thread III

    I don't know man. Based upon the tone of some of your posts you strike me as a typical basement dwelling millennial gamer whose diet consists of pizza, Doritos, twizzlers, and mountain dew. Not exactly a healthy diet, nor one beneficial for high testosterone levels.
  12. Doing God's will.

    ps. There is also no available logic which supports the claim either. It seems to fail on every level. The best way I have heard the dilemna explained is... "All logic is against free will, all experience is for it." I'll go with logic and science on this one. Humans are too easily deluded. If you really give it enough thought and observation, you'll see that "experience" really doesn't support it either. It's fair enough if you still wish to believe in it personally, or claim it relies on some paranormal process beyond observation and logic. That's a personal belief though.
  13. I don't believe you

    To borrow from Paul, only a person who can’t judge childhood violence lives under it and goes on to advocate for it. What did you do wrong besides be an appropriately dumb kid who didn’t know any better? You seem to have a hard time distinguishing/judging obvious harmful behavior from non harmful.
  14. Russia probes II -- The Mueller Report

    This too: The Mueller report itself is now receiving deep scrutiny...and it doesn't look good for Robert Mueller: Special Counsel Mueller--Disingenuous and Dishonest https://turcopolier.typepad.com/sic_semper_tyrannis/2019/04/special-counsel-mueller-disingenuous-and-dishonest-by-larry-c-johnson.html So, we can see that Mueller's report is utter trash and cannot be used for anything beyond lining birdcages...if even the birds would have it.
  15. Doing God's will.

    I disagree Will. It's black and white and about as subtle as a sledgehammer. There is no principle we have found so far in the universe, that allows for the type of free will you propose.
  16. Game of Thrones

    i don't think that Dany will give up or share the throne for love. to kill Jon Snow and all that know the secret is not beyond Dany. i think Jon and his honourable nature are both going to get creamed.
  17. {un}holy haiku - 3rd Edition

    penetrate the dark for light begs to live in the far reaches of time
  18. Doing God's will.

    There's an interesting aspect to this discussion about free will. As usual, there seems to be an elephant in the room. The proverbial large looming thing that's being heartedly avoided. But not without great hair splitting effort. The power to choose is limited, that's for sure, but there's no denying, there exists a more than adequate range wherein to make real choices. At the top of this pyramid piled up of things to choose, sits the most important choice of all, which is often avoided as long as possible. And not without reason, but avoided nonetheless. Sometimes, it's avoided with lengthy Rube Goldberg like machinations of mental pretzel making gymnastics doing nothing, but consuming valuable time. But there still, is the elephant. Swinging his trunk and trumpeting his presence, while at the apex of things human remains the unquestionable question: Shall I make a gift to God, dedication of the free will to the doing of the will of God?
  19. i can only debate facts, buddy. if these were drones then its amazing technology that can outfly American fighter jets. if they're drones then it stands to reason they're not American, so which country is flying super fast manoeuvrable jets (ER... drones) over U.S. airspace? and more importantly by your reasoning they should be allowed to continue flying unidentifiable craft or "drones" and the Navy should just forget about them and not bother.
  20. Russia probes II -- The Mueller Report

    Hi Earl, I know. Wasn't born yesterday, but one can always hope. Ya know it would have been a lot better for Marie if she had just retired to her country estate. Doing good, Checking the blooms on my fruit trees and hoping for more bees. The bumble bees haven't let me down anyway. Gonna have some good raspberries, strawberries, and blueberries maybe. Politics can take a back seat for a while. Be good.
  21. Okay lets see if we can find some common ground... first off they are not drones since they're moving and travelling at speeds faster than jets. they have no aerodynamics designs (i.e. wings) to move faster than fighter jets NOR hover stationary. second... assuming they were drones then who's are they? they're certainly not American otherwise the problem would have just gone away.
  22. Mr Chris Mellon, a former deputy assistant secretary of defence for intelligence and a staffer on the Senate Intelligence Committee, was less laudatory. https://www.straitstimes.com/world/united-states/frustrated-pilots-got-us-navy-to-stop-dismissing-ufo-sightings
  23. Today
  24. why is the quote incorrect? because you said so... the article clearly states so. if you don't wanna believe what the article says then no amount of convincing on my behalf is gonna help you.
  25. Weird photo goes viral

    Yeah nice one <snip>ing <SNIP>! I was talking about the picture posted that when viral and what it was about.
  26. Weird photo goes viral

    Whaaat?
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