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|#84 - I have translated OP's .gif into Japanese.||10/26/2012 on Minecraft.||+7|
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|#212 - Right? What the **** ?||10/26/2012 on Meme becomes a meme||+5|
|#163 - "Mommy, why is Madagascar shot with a hand camera in a pe… [+] (2 new replies)||10/26/2012 on Oh god||+26|
|#54 - **nathiuz rolled a random image posted in comment #181557 a…||10/26/2012 on Asian Dad||+3|
|#121 - Good thing we have modern science to tell us this! Oh…||10/26/2012 on Looks like im not dying!||0|
|#102 - Here in Arizona we use firearms. You know, ACTUAL deterrents. … [+] (1 new reply)||10/23/2012 on (2) facebook||0|
|#288 - "4. Weed has been proven to have medical and psychologica… [+] (1 new reply)||10/23/2012 on I Know Which One I'd Rather||0|
#307 - joshyboyy (10/23/2012) [-]
I agree with you, alcohol can reduce stress and pain, but it causes more problems than it fixes in my opinion, for example, liver and kidney problems, various cancers, and yes, while it CAN make you less stressed, it can also make you violent, dehydrated, emotionally vulnerable, and is also physically addictive, as well as psychologically addictive. Now, I'm not saying that weed isn't addictive, but it is far less so than caffeine, and a great deal less so than tobacco or alcohol, for example, addiction to weed is very much psychological in nature, as it relieves stress so well that if smoked regularly normal life becomes not only boring, but mildly irritating, however, to the best of my knowledge, there are no physical withdrawal symptoms when giving up weed. Plus, from what I've gathered, weed itself has no physical down sides, but the smoking of it does, which is why i suggested a vaporizer or cooking it if that was a worry. :)
|#286 - Here in the US, it was from 1920-1933.||10/23/2012 on I Know Which One I'd Rather||+1|
|#194 - This sounds like a pretty decent idea to me. I might do that. [+] (1 new reply)||10/23/2012 on How I feel about our up...||+1|
|#193 - And I ****** up here too. "on the n…||10/23/2012 on How I feel about our up...||-2|
|#192 - As said to #89: In my state, we're not a swing state.… [+] (1 new reply)||10/23/2012 on How I feel about our up...||-2|
|#191 - "on the national state" read as "on th…||10/23/2012 on How I feel about our up...||0|
|#190 - In my state, we're not a swing state. We're not a state even m… [+] (2 new replies)||10/23/2012 on How I feel about our up...||0|
|#65 - >paintball gun [+] (3 new replies)||10/23/2012 on (2) facebook||+8|
|#230 - The film "The Boondock Saints"||10/23/2012 on Not today||0|
|#567 - *puts on thermal suit* [+] (11 new replies)||10/21/2012 on Opinions||-1|
#584 - anonymous (10/21/2012) [-]
>Implying matter came from nothing
>Implying physical laws are magic
#580 - atrocitustheking (10/21/2012) [-]
This is reductio ad absurdem, condensing a position or point into such simplified terms as to render them ridiculous. It's a fallacy and no more correct than saying that "Christianity is the cannibalism of a zombie deity".
#638 - atrocitustheking (10/22/2012) [-]
I'm not sure. I'm in a sort of philosophical limbo at the moment. I'd like to believe there is a benevolent deity, but at the same time, I also know that there is little that I, or anything else can offer in the way of evidence for a deity that isn't emotional, anecdotal, or else logically flawed. I sometimes wonder, no, worry, that belief in a benevolent deity is but wishful thinking.
Siddhartha Gautama (Buddha), Yeshua (Jesus Christ of Nazareth), Mohammed, Confucius (Lao Tze), and others, these people all likely existed, that's generally accepted. As to their connection to a divine, or whether their experiences were genuine, or even if their experiences were something else (states of altered consciousness, for example)... I have no bloody idea.
#576 - atrocitustheking (10/21/2012) [-]
I would further add that the Big Bang did not create hydrogen, merely that the event was the catalyst that allowed energy to solidify into matter, the simplest component of which is, hydrogen, as you correctly state.
Matter is simply concentrated energy, and the Big Bang event is believed to be the thing that converted some of this present energy into the matter we have today. Of course, this still leaves the question of where the energy came from.
|#432 - My reply was poorly phrased, here is a modified version. …||10/21/2012 on Opinions||0|
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|#365 - Geocentric theory was backed up by "Scientists" as w… [+] (3 new replies)||10/21/2012 on Opinions||+1|
|#345 - Wait wait wait... Why must Science and Religion be mu… [+] (5 new replies)||10/21/2012 on Opinions||+6|
#365 - nathiuz (10/21/2012) [-]
Geocentric theory was backed up by "Scientists" as well as the Church. When the Heliocentric theory was proposed, "Scientists", just as the Church disbelieved it at first, and for a while afterward. However, BOTH Scientists at large AND the Catholic Church, when enough evidence was presented, agreed that it was a more likely theory than a Geocentric one.
|#334 - The Cross is probably indicative of Catholicism, whereas the … [+] (1 new reply)||10/21/2012 on Opinions||0|
|#82 - Some of us use calculators for things harder than single varia… [+] (1 new reply)||10/21/2012 on ti-89 during math test||+1|
|#50 - But... You died! I am NOT dealing with any zombie-Gui…||10/21/2012 on Admit it we are all like...||+4|
|#97 - This. Trades are really needed in this day and age. I…||10/21/2012 on College||+2|