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Scientists. It's really bad because I know this girl. -________-'. it pisses me off that science trig to {trove if god is real or fake. It is someones belief. Y

It's really bad because I know this girl. -________-'

it pisses me off that science trig to {trove if god is real or fake. It
is someones belief. You do not new to take away their faith for
your own personal gain. Fuck science, it' s nothing but in bunch of
assholes always trying to prove shit,
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I fucking love science
That' s us, just assholes trying to prove
shit. For the record folks, the vast
majority of scientists truly don' t give tit
shit what you believe as long as you
don' t try to force us to teach it in
schools.
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #12 - cleverguy
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"I ******* love science"

yeah sounds like a reputable source of information run by genuine men of science
User avatar #97 to #12 - lasmamoe
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It's a pretty good page though.

It's just a mixup of links to articles and new discoveries etc.
You should check it out.
User avatar #81 to #12 - gadgetzan
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Actually, they mostly upload pretty interesting things, often with sources and stuff that's recently happened in the scientific community, it's a decent page
#18 to #12 - lucidria
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This image has expired
Of course it is.
It's run by this guy.
User avatar #24 to #18 - opiethepug
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He looks like science itself in human form.
#27 to #24 - churrundo
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that's not your joke and you know it
#66 to #27 - anon id: d72b491b
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That's not your reaction pic and you know it.
#53 - redclover
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(01/11/2013) [-]
What if I told you

you could believe whatever you wanted, without being an ass.
#56 to #53 - snowshark
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#91 - rarityrarityrarity
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I was going to type a very well though out comment to support arguments but then I realised I will be wasting my time.

Enjoy this comment instead.
#157 to #91 - mtandy
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I was going to do that too, and realized that too.   
   
Enjoy Swivelpug.
I was going to do that too, and realized that too.

Enjoy Swivelpug.
#15 - Ihazfunkitty
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i like how she is forgetting that without science, she wouldnt have that mobile where she typed it on, she wouldnt had internet to post it on and she woulndt have electricity. people take too much things for granted these days...
i like how she is forgetting that without science, she wouldnt have that mobile where she typed it on, she wouldnt had internet to post it on and she woulndt have electricity. people take too much things for granted these days...
User avatar #31 to #15 - xzynth
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I agree. She is complaining about science, on device developed by science.
User avatar #121 - bokkos
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I think some teachers would agree a certain amount of Biblical knowledge is needed to fully appreciate older English works, for example Shakespeare. I remember in grade 6 we got to learn all about Greek Mythology, and that **** was off the charts in coolness. Religion isn't that bad if you learn about it like just another subject.
User avatar #139 to #121 - goodadventures
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True, but it could easily be taught during History and English Literature classes rather than having a whole lesson of it's own.

Where I'm from we have a few mandatory subjects which includes, English, Math, Science and Religious Studies, it's easy to see which one of these doesn't belong.

Religion holds too much authority in our schools, non-believers don't insist they teach science in church so I don't think the vice versa should be the accepted norm.
User avatar #156 to #139 - bokkos
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Well I'm from Canada, specifically Alberta (basically the Canadian equivalent of North Carolina) and everything is quite secular. We have Catholic School boards and all that jazz, but even those institutions allow you to opt out of prayer, Church field trips etc. Science and education takes priority over Religion, even in the Canadian bible belt.
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#3 - lusir
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There is a facebook page about making fun of believing in god...an atheist site...almost everyday there is a post from a god-believer who insults attacks and black-mails everyone who doesn´t believe in god.....this one time there was this girl who said that atheist go around the cities and tell everyone not to believe in god...when I read that I had maximum over-rustle....I am not saying I hate people who do not believe in god...but I hate those people who force me to believe in what they believe and if I don´t I am going to die, or go to hell, etc.
There is a facebook page about making fun of believing in god...an atheist site...almost everyday there is a post from a god-believer who insults attacks and black-mails everyone who doesn´t believe in god.....this one time there was this girl who said that atheist go around the cities and tell everyone not to believe in god...when I read that I had maximum over-rustle....I am not saying I hate people who do not believe in god...but I hate those people who force me to believe in what they believe and if I don´t I am going to die, or go to hell, etc.
User avatar #8 to #3 - lupislord
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I've been around the internet enough to confirm that every religion has it's assholes

wage war on the Asshole, not his religion
#10 to #8 - anon id: 33905490
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This. A million times, this.
User avatar #78 - Snookbone
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"The great thing about science is that it's real whether you believe in it or not."
-Neil DeGrasse Tyson
#69 - didactus
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Could all sides just keep this **** of of FJ  for one day.
Could all sides just keep this **** of of FJ for one day.
User avatar #44 - tylorz
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I love how the status was posted by mobile. No science, No mobile.
User avatar #46 to #44 - anssi
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And computers are made by god... ?
User avatar #48 to #46 - envinite
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God made humans
Humans made computers

Do i need to continue this concept?
User avatar #50 to #48 - goodguygary
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if an invention of mine was an intelligent race of creatures and they invented something, i wouldn't be able to take credit, due to the fact it is a construct of my inventions
#52 to #50 - envinite
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Well I just try to joking
and I thought my joke was funny
User avatar #54 to #52 - goodguygary
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your comment has no voice, so i have to go on what i read. the do i need to continue this concept part came across as dickish
User avatar #7 - quantumlegend
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"Being a scientist doesn't deny religion. It's just a logical way to understand the facts as presented by hard evidence."

The best statement when discussing religion is probably Russel's Teapot. Of course He could exist. But then again there are many things out there that could exist. Not to offend people but...you know. I could tell you a teacup is orbiting the sun between mercury and venus and you couldn't disprove me either.
User avatar #14 to #7 - ViXi
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I love the celestial teapot analogy, it really highlights the absurdity of putting the burden of proof on those trying to disprove a theory.