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#379 - you don't need a magnet to produce magnetism. atoms …  [+] (5 new replies) 04/12/2012 on Youtube Atheism. 0
User avatar #382 - Chuckaholic (04/12/2012) [-]
Yes but there needs to be a wire or a conductor for their to be an electromagnet.
I made a mistake with the magnet, I was thinking of an electric motor. you need a magnet to produce electricity with an electromagnet. I know about sharks but us I don't. I still don't understand how sharks make them but that is irrelevant.
User avatar #385 - Daeiros (04/12/2012) [-]
there does not need to be a wire. flowing electrons themselves give off magnetism, any time there is an electrical charge, there is also a magnetic charge, the two are inseparable, magnetism is electricity, electricity is magnetism, we use electricity to think and feel and move our muscles, so we are magnetic. sharks are sensitive to the fields naturally present around all living things and are able to use it to hunt. birds and other migratory animals navigate by the earth's magnetic field, they can feel it and know what direction to travel in because of that, migratory animals have had problems due to EM radiation from man made structures, they have issues when there are solar flares, they wind up in the wrong places when the pole shifts it position.

this is not something i am trying to suggest, it's accepted biological fact. atoms are magnets. water is magnetic. flowing electricity gives off a magnetic field. we have atoms, we are made of water, and we have flowing electricity, therefore, we have a magnetic field, it can be measured with any magnetic field detecting equipment, in fact, you can wave a volt meter close to your skin and get a small reading, touch it and you will see the needles jump from the electricity flowing through your skin, concentrate on your hands, picture electricity flowing through them and you will see the volt meter wobble around quite a bit if it is sensitive enough.

i'm just taking the next logical step and saying that this energy can be consciously controlled to achieve certain goals

you say it needs to be proven beyond a shadow of a doubt for you to believe, tell me, what would it take to prove it? what would beyond a shadow of a doubt cement in your mind the fact that thought does not cease subcutaneously? because as far as i can see, science accepts all the prerequisites for the existence of psychic energy, yet refuses to acknowledge it because it doesn't perform reliably and predictably.
User avatar #387 - Chuckaholic (04/12/2012) [-]
I never said a shadow of doubt, I said reasonable doubt. The next logical step as you say hasn't been proven beyond reasonable doubt, not any shadow of doubt, but a doubt that is reasonable and can be argued. Don't change the words I said.
User avatar #388 - Daeiros (04/12/2012) [-]
semantics, what is your doubt, you have really only stated that you don't believe but have offered no reason. I've offered several well constructed, scientifically supported arguments pro, but the only thing you have come back with con is the incorrect statement that magnetism only comes from magnets and wires.

state a doubt.
User avatar #389 - Chuckaholic (04/12/2012) [-]
The energy can be controlled to achieve certain goals. People can detect this energy and interpret it. 2 doubts which you haven't proven. The other things you've said are just build up statements. Also don't blow up your arguments by saying they're very good it doesn't look professional. Neither does misquoting me, which is the second time you've done it.
#431 - i agree completely, the problem is most people don't read thin… 04/12/2012 on Typical Liberal Comp +1
#376 - i once did a card guessing trial of 20 cards, i got every sing… 04/12/2012 on Youtube Atheism. 0
#375 - im not really talking about those kinds of psychics, they do a…  [+] (10 new replies) 04/12/2012 on Youtube Atheism. 0
User avatar #378 - Chuckaholic (04/12/2012) [-]
An electromagnetic field is created by passing a current through a magnet. If you have an electromagnetic field you must have a wire passing through your head wearing a magnetic hat. I don't believe in the psychics. Can you provide an article that definitely proves our electromagnetic field.
User avatar #381 - Daeiros (04/12/2012) [-]
the main point i am trying to convey to you is that people tend to act is if there is absolutely no wiggle room in science, we know everything, if we don't know it, it doesn't exist.
radiation is a fairly recent discovery. a powerful form of energy we only recently became aware of and developed equipment capable of detecting it. there are still discoveries to be made, to dismiss something's existence wholesale because you can't measure it properly is not science.
User avatar #383 - Chuckaholic (04/12/2012) [-]
Obviously. I agree with you but I won't believe in something until it has been proven beyond reasonable doubt.
User avatar #379 - Daeiros (04/12/2012) [-]
www.physics.wisc.edu/undergrads/courses/208-f07/HonorsLectures/Biological%20Electric%20Fields%20-%20Meisel.pdf

you don't need a magnet to produce magnetism. atoms are magnets, when a series of atoms align their charge, the net magnetic energy of each of the atoms is given off by the object as a whole rather then in a natural state where the chaotic alignment of fields cancels out these charges resulting in a magnetically neutral object.

a magnetic field is given off of anything with an electrical current running through it, it rotates clockwise perpendicular to the direction of the flow of electrons.

flowing water by itself has electromagnetic properties, stick a wire in a waterfall and attach a volt meter to it, you will get a small reading, the flow of water across the wire will trigger the flow of electrons
User avatar #382 - Chuckaholic (04/12/2012) [-]
Yes but there needs to be a wire or a conductor for their to be an electromagnet.
I made a mistake with the magnet, I was thinking of an electric motor. you need a magnet to produce electricity with an electromagnet. I know about sharks but us I don't. I still don't understand how sharks make them but that is irrelevant.
User avatar #385 - Daeiros (04/12/2012) [-]
there does not need to be a wire. flowing electrons themselves give off magnetism, any time there is an electrical charge, there is also a magnetic charge, the two are inseparable, magnetism is electricity, electricity is magnetism, we use electricity to think and feel and move our muscles, so we are magnetic. sharks are sensitive to the fields naturally present around all living things and are able to use it to hunt. birds and other migratory animals navigate by the earth's magnetic field, they can feel it and know what direction to travel in because of that, migratory animals have had problems due to EM radiation from man made structures, they have issues when there are solar flares, they wind up in the wrong places when the pole shifts it position.

this is not something i am trying to suggest, it's accepted biological fact. atoms are magnets. water is magnetic. flowing electricity gives off a magnetic field. we have atoms, we are made of water, and we have flowing electricity, therefore, we have a magnetic field, it can be measured with any magnetic field detecting equipment, in fact, you can wave a volt meter close to your skin and get a small reading, touch it and you will see the needles jump from the electricity flowing through your skin, concentrate on your hands, picture electricity flowing through them and you will see the volt meter wobble around quite a bit if it is sensitive enough.

i'm just taking the next logical step and saying that this energy can be consciously controlled to achieve certain goals

you say it needs to be proven beyond a shadow of a doubt for you to believe, tell me, what would it take to prove it? what would beyond a shadow of a doubt cement in your mind the fact that thought does not cease subcutaneously? because as far as i can see, science accepts all the prerequisites for the existence of psychic energy, yet refuses to acknowledge it because it doesn't perform reliably and predictably.
User avatar #387 - Chuckaholic (04/12/2012) [-]
I never said a shadow of doubt, I said reasonable doubt. The next logical step as you say hasn't been proven beyond reasonable doubt, not any shadow of doubt, but a doubt that is reasonable and can be argued. Don't change the words I said.
User avatar #388 - Daeiros (04/12/2012) [-]
semantics, what is your doubt, you have really only stated that you don't believe but have offered no reason. I've offered several well constructed, scientifically supported arguments pro, but the only thing you have come back with con is the incorrect statement that magnetism only comes from magnets and wires.

state a doubt.
User avatar #389 - Chuckaholic (04/12/2012) [-]
The energy can be controlled to achieve certain goals. People can detect this energy and interpret it. 2 doubts which you haven't proven. The other things you've said are just build up statements. Also don't blow up your arguments by saying they're very good it doesn't look professional. Neither does misquoting me, which is the second time you've done it.
User avatar #376 - Daeiros (04/12/2012) [-]
i once did a card guessing trial of 20 cards, i got every single one wrong. what happened was i actually guessed 1 card in advance, i guess square, the card is circle, i guess triangle, the card is square-my first guess, i guess circle, the card is triangle-my second guess. this pattern went on for the entire 20 cards, every single card pulled was the card i guessed the turn before, so according to the recorded results, i score 0/20 as i said, still statistically significant, but the statistic that gets ignored is the fact that i guessed 19/20 right, just one card too early. sorry i missed and looked one card too deep into the pile, bad aim doesn't constitute a failure.
#137 - well telling people what they want to hear is not honesty now … 04/12/2012 on Physco bitch +1
#96 - different guys, guys in the friend zone do not have girls in t…  [+] (4 new replies) 04/12/2012 on Physco bitch -3
User avatar #272 - inforcersorders (04/12/2012) [-]
Yeah, how does that not make sense to you? Just because you told the girl the truth doesnt mean she has to like it no matter what it is.
User avatar #311 - Daeiros (04/13/2012) [-]
because one would think that someone would prefer to know your intentions from the start rather then being tricked. clearly, being used for sex is something most women would frown upon, that goes without saying, but when a man has the decency to tell you that is all he wants, and you attack him with your full unbridled fury as if the act of stating he doesn't plan to spend the rest of his life with any women he sleeps with is somehow just as bad as him faking love to get in your pants.

there are plenty of women in the world who didn't spend their whole childhood playing with dream wedding barbie thinking the first man to stick it in her should be hers to keep forever. there are women who just want sex, theres nothing wrong with 2 people being fuck buddies, but it's not really that easy to pick willing women out of a crowd, they don't have neon signs that say "right over here, someone who doesn't think physical pleasure must be paid for with emotional commitment" so the only way to find it is to ask for it. asking shouldn't be a crime, but girls get real mad if you don't conform to their every expectation of you
#130 - Womens Study Major (04/12/2012) [-]
I doubt that's what girls want to hear.
User avatar #137 - Daeiros (04/12/2012) [-]
well telling people what they want to hear is not honesty now is it?
#69 - everything in your house that wasn't made in china was made in… 04/12/2012 on Puta, please. +2
#110 - great idea op, but why stop at funnyjunk, we should go to the … 04/12/2012 on A life-saver +1
#236 - science doesn't exactly pay directly, someone has to fund it. …  [+] (2 new replies) 04/12/2012 on Typical Liberal Comp 0
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User avatar #431 - Daeiros (04/12/2012) [-]
i agree completely, the problem is most people don't read things and think for themselves, someone comes on faux news and tells them science says global warming is a hoax, they believe every word in spite of what is right in front of their eyes. science gets twisted to manipulate public opinion, because if a scientist said it, it must be true.

yes the climate changes naturally, the rate it is changing at however is far more accelerated then it should be, yes that is likely our fault. moving the natural change along too quickly could have terrible results
#235 - people hear the world warming and lock in on that and say &quo… 04/12/2012 on Typical Liberal Comp +2
#232 - yes, the founding fathers were completely against the idea of …  [+] (2 new replies) 04/12/2012 on Typical Liberal Comp +8
#786 - somalipirate (04/13/2012) [-]
well if your being payed thousands by sponsors like the oil companies and what not, added to the fact that your a corrupt politician, you don't really care whether or not your doing what's best for the country now do ya?

This is where anonymous comes in to fix this
User avatar #239 - neoexdeath (04/12/2012) [-]
Because a person is smart

People are about has intelligent has a drunk raccoon tripping on LSD while trying to rape a tractor.
#211 - same bro, it amazing how many militant christians have never e… 04/12/2012 on Youtube Atheism. +1
#191 - well clearly somebody must care, he does have 1400 thumbs, and… 04/12/2012 on Youtube Atheism. +1
#148 - i believe in a general god like figure for scientifically supp…  [+] (14 new replies) 04/12/2012 on Youtube Atheism. +1
User avatar #332 - Chuckaholic (04/12/2012) [-]
My view on psychics and auras was best said by Tim Minchin in the poem Storm

By the way,
Why is it OK
For people to pretend they can talk to the dead?
Is it not totally fucked in the head
Lying to some crying woman whose child has died
And telling her you’re in touch with the other side?
That’s just fundamentally sick
Do we need to clarify that there’s no such thing as a psychic?

What, are we fucking 2?
Do we actually think that Horton Heard a Who?
Do we still think that Santa brings us gifts?
That Michael Jackson hasn’t had facelifts?
Are we still so stunned by circus tricks
That we think that the dead would
Wanna talk to pricks
Like John Edwards?

User avatar #375 - Daeiros (04/12/2012) [-]
im not really talking about those kinds of psychics, they do a bunch of parlor tricks to rip people off. what i mean when i talk about psychic phenomenon is everyday people not asking for anyone's money, using brain functions we do not yet fully understand.

you accept that thoughts are electrical signals in the brain, yes, and you accept that electricity can pass through the human body, yes, why then is it insane to think that the electrical signals sent by the brain can leach out into open air and potentially be received and interpreted by someone sensitive enough to pick up on these faint signals? everyone's body is surrounded by an electromagnetic field, science accepts this fact, so why is it insane to think that this field which is a byproduct of neuron firing could possibly be wilfluly manipulated in such a way as to generate a concentration powerful enough to give off a force capable of moving a small object with a low coefficient of friction?

science has barely made an effort to explore these things, and when it has, the studies have been ruthlessly regimented in such a way as to make them inaccurate. I read about one study on card guessing when the participants were asked to do a minimum of 200 guesses in one sitting in order to get an accurate statistical spread. can you do 200 pushups in a row? it takes exertion and is rather draining, breaks are needed, but studies have not been done doing a more reasonable number such as 10 cards at a time with rest periods in between until reaching the higher numbers they want. they also have a tendency to ignore significant results to the negative, if you have a 1 in 4 shot of guessing something and you only get 10 right out of 200, that's 5 times less then expected by chance, just because you were aiming to get them right doesn't mean the fact that your results drastically differed from what was expected is irrelevant. there's also more complex factors that are ignored.
User avatar #378 - Chuckaholic (04/12/2012) [-]
An electromagnetic field is created by passing a current through a magnet. If you have an electromagnetic field you must have a wire passing through your head wearing a magnetic hat. I don't believe in the psychics. Can you provide an article that definitely proves our electromagnetic field.
User avatar #381 - Daeiros (04/12/2012) [-]
the main point i am trying to convey to you is that people tend to act is if there is absolutely no wiggle room in science, we know everything, if we don't know it, it doesn't exist.
radiation is a fairly recent discovery. a powerful form of energy we only recently became aware of and developed equipment capable of detecting it. there are still discoveries to be made, to dismiss something's existence wholesale because you can't measure it properly is not science.
User avatar #383 - Chuckaholic (04/12/2012) [-]
Obviously. I agree with you but I won't believe in something until it has been proven beyond reasonable doubt.
User avatar #379 - Daeiros (04/12/2012) [-]
www.physics.wisc.edu/undergrads/courses/208-f07/HonorsLectures/Biological%20Electric%20Fields%20-%20Meisel.pdf

you don't need a magnet to produce magnetism. atoms are magnets, when a series of atoms align their charge, the net magnetic energy of each of the atoms is given off by the object as a whole rather then in a natural state where the chaotic alignment of fields cancels out these charges resulting in a magnetically neutral object.

a magnetic field is given off of anything with an electrical current running through it, it rotates clockwise perpendicular to the direction of the flow of electrons.

flowing water by itself has electromagnetic properties, stick a wire in a waterfall and attach a volt meter to it, you will get a small reading, the flow of water across the wire will trigger the flow of electrons
User avatar #382 - Chuckaholic (04/12/2012) [-]
Yes but there needs to be a wire or a conductor for their to be an electromagnet.
I made a mistake with the magnet, I was thinking of an electric motor. you need a magnet to produce electricity with an electromagnet. I know about sharks but us I don't. I still don't understand how sharks make them but that is irrelevant.
User avatar #385 - Daeiros (04/12/2012) [-]
there does not need to be a wire. flowing electrons themselves give off magnetism, any time there is an electrical charge, there is also a magnetic charge, the two are inseparable, magnetism is electricity, electricity is magnetism, we use electricity to think and feel and move our muscles, so we are magnetic. sharks are sensitive to the fields naturally present around all living things and are able to use it to hunt. birds and other migratory animals navigate by the earth's magnetic field, they can feel it and know what direction to travel in because of that, migratory animals have had problems due to EM radiation from man made structures, they have issues when there are solar flares, they wind up in the wrong places when the pole shifts it position.

this is not something i am trying to suggest, it's accepted biological fact. atoms are magnets. water is magnetic. flowing electricity gives off a magnetic field. we have atoms, we are made of water, and we have flowing electricity, therefore, we have a magnetic field, it can be measured with any magnetic field detecting equipment, in fact, you can wave a volt meter close to your skin and get a small reading, touch it and you will see the needles jump from the electricity flowing through your skin, concentrate on your hands, picture electricity flowing through them and you will see the volt meter wobble around quite a bit if it is sensitive enough.

i'm just taking the next logical step and saying that this energy can be consciously controlled to achieve certain goals

you say it needs to be proven beyond a shadow of a doubt for you to believe, tell me, what would it take to prove it? what would beyond a shadow of a doubt cement in your mind the fact that thought does not cease subcutaneously? because as far as i can see, science accepts all the prerequisites for the existence of psychic energy, yet refuses to acknowledge it because it doesn't perform reliably and predictably.
User avatar #387 - Chuckaholic (04/12/2012) [-]
I never said a shadow of doubt, I said reasonable doubt. The next logical step as you say hasn't been proven beyond reasonable doubt, not any shadow of doubt, but a doubt that is reasonable and can be argued. Don't change the words I said.
User avatar #388 - Daeiros (04/12/2012) [-]
semantics, what is your doubt, you have really only stated that you don't believe but have offered no reason. I've offered several well constructed, scientifically supported arguments pro, but the only thing you have come back with con is the incorrect statement that magnetism only comes from magnets and wires.

state a doubt.
User avatar #389 - Chuckaholic (04/12/2012) [-]
The energy can be controlled to achieve certain goals. People can detect this energy and interpret it. 2 doubts which you haven't proven. The other things you've said are just build up statements. Also don't blow up your arguments by saying they're very good it doesn't look professional. Neither does misquoting me, which is the second time you've done it.
User avatar #376 - Daeiros (04/12/2012) [-]
i once did a card guessing trial of 20 cards, i got every single one wrong. what happened was i actually guessed 1 card in advance, i guess square, the card is circle, i guess triangle, the card is square-my first guess, i guess circle, the card is triangle-my second guess. this pattern went on for the entire 20 cards, every single card pulled was the card i guessed the turn before, so according to the recorded results, i score 0/20 as i said, still statistically significant, but the statistic that gets ignored is the fact that i guessed 19/20 right, just one card too early. sorry i missed and looked one card too deep into the pile, bad aim doesn't constitute a failure.
User avatar #363 - aysonator (04/12/2012) [-]
:Love that poem! (i freaking hate calling it a poem i sound so pretentious) Its last verse made me reconsider my religeous views and started me on the path that eventually leading to becoming athiest. Tim is a legend!
User avatar #373 - Chuckaholic (04/12/2012) [-]
Yeah I generally call it a beat poem, but it's got so much music to it. Brilliant, and the animation to go with it is amazing.
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I believe it is called an "appositive", my good sir or lady. Good job catching that. Also, there is the fact that to get different meanings from the sentence one would have to use "...,Jack, off..." as a proper noun and however "off" functions in the sentence in that sense, or "jack off" as a verb.
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User avatar #258 - trimageryan (04/09/2012) [-]
I don't care for Martha either. It's not that she's black, it's that she is uselessly annoying. Though definitely Amy, I love a Scottish redhead :D
User avatar #283 - thesilence (04/09/2012) [-]
I hated Martha, she just spends the whole series being a bitch about how the Doctor misses Rose. Didn't really like Rose either, in series 2 at least, don't really like how the Doctor falls in love.
User avatar #290 - trimageryan (04/09/2012) [-]
Nor did I, but it was the first time in the who-verse that he let himself love a companion so it was a decent attempt at a love story, but it was significant because it was something he lost and I was okay with that since it showed a bit of humanity for his ability to love and have sorrow which was a nice contrast to his otherwise carefree giddiness.
/Rant
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