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#14 - He didn't. Adam and Eve were both convinced by the Devil to e…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/01/2014 on Dewey's thoughts on god 0
#18 - xxxsonic fanxxx (05/01/2014) [-]
God still, as the creator of everything, created the possibility of sinning, and the possibility of evil being born. Hence, God did create bad people, as God is the creator of -everything-.
User avatar #40 - riddlerenigma (05/01/2014) [-]
Well than that's all the more reason for him to know who to send to hell or not.
#9 - As much as that makes sense. God (if he even exists) has a mu…  [+] (5 new replies) 05/01/2014 on Dewey's thoughts on god -10
#12 - xxxsonic fanxxx (05/01/2014) [-]
The common argument to that is that if he's all-powerful, why would he create *bad* people in the first place?
User avatar #14 - riddlerenigma (05/01/2014) [-]
He didn't. Adam and Eve were both convinced by the Devil to eat the apple from the Tree of Knowledge which God told them not to done. In that moment alone original sin was created.
#18 - xxxsonic fanxxx (05/01/2014) [-]
God still, as the creator of everything, created the possibility of sinning, and the possibility of evil being born. Hence, God did create bad people, as God is the creator of -everything-.
User avatar #40 - riddlerenigma (05/01/2014) [-]
Well than that's all the more reason for him to know who to send to hell or not.
#11 - hackenschlock (05/01/2014) [-]
assuming we were created by a God, there is no reason to believe that it knows anything about us other than what it observes of us. Imagine if we took several elements and combined them in a jar and it created a previously unheard of form of life (likely a bacteria in this example) you could argue that we created them, but we don't intrinsically know anything about this thing we created.
#189 - Much Agreed. 04/29/2014 on Unpopular Opinion 0
#96 - Well yes. But he is still a god of Olympus. Besides just bec… 04/25/2014 on Hades ganna hade 0
#33 - I said that I didn't understand. I was confused. Just becaus…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/24/2014 on plutooooo -3
User avatar #50 - Alchemyst (04/24/2014) [-]
To be fair, your comment sounded kinda accusatory. But you're right, ignorance is not the same as stupidity, so I will thumb you back up.
#12 - You know what I don't understand. Pluto is considered not to …  [+] (24 new replies) 04/24/2014 on plutooooo -27
#124 - furiousmarshmellow (04/25/2014) [-]
1. If Pluto would be labeled a planet by its standards, there would be +40 planets in our Solar System.

2. Jupiter is not just one gigantic gas cloud. Its core is much, much, much more denser than a Earth's core.

3. One characteristic that makes a planet a planet is its ability to orbit around THE SUN. The sun orbiting the sun? uwotm8


Castrate yourself so you don't breed.
#179 - furiousmarshmellow (04/25/2014) [-]
Maybe that might've been a bit rude.
#153 - garymotherfingoak (04/25/2014) [-]
#178 - furiousmarshmellow (04/25/2014) [-]
No...
#38 - mca (04/24/2014) [-]
Jupiter has a rocky core of salts and metals and it's gaseous atmosphere is roughly in hydrostatic equilibrium, i.e. its pressure pushing outwards due to the gas balances with the inwards pulling gravity at the centre of mass. It also orbits the sun in an elliptical plane, and agrees with all 3 of Kevlars planetary laws of motion, and has no obstacles thats impact would disrupt its orbit in its immediate orbital path. These are essentially every definition of a planet among a fair few others. The sun falls under the categorical definition of a star, as a star is defined as a gaseous body whos outward pushing thermal pressure, pressure produced by the heat radiated by the insanely hot reactions within the body, being in balance with the pull of its gravity.

Source: I'm a third year astrophysics went over solar system physics 2 years ago so if infos a little off lemme know student and i like nothing better than helping people learn about the one thing i love most, space. Don't know why you're getting red thumbed, it's quite a valid question in my opinion
User avatar #163 - thepandaking (04/25/2014) [-]
>Kevlar
tee hee, Kepler, that's an innocent mistake but I thought it sounded funny.

I'm an aspiring astrophysics well I mean technically I am but I'm pretty shitty at math so I'm just seeing if I can work through that and still keep this major student and I like seeing that someone loves space like I do. Nothing like ranting about stuff you've learned when other people want to hear about it, it's incredible.
#171 - mca (04/25/2014) [-]
aw yea, brainfart haha it's been a while since we did orbital dynamics. You currently at university/college then? I'm at Glasgow university in the UK, and the maths we need to do isn't all too bad here, it just takes a lot of practice because unfortunately it's one of these subjects in which if you're not naturally good at it takes a lot of studying to get good at, but it's nowhere near impossible to get good at it! Space is neat, really neat, and the physics behind it is the best shit to learn about, and yea i agree 100% with that!
User avatar #172 - thepandaking (04/25/2014) [-]
yeah I'm at a university in the US, you're right it isn't so bad but I just need to work harder at setting time aside for studying math. I'm fine with studying concepts and stuff like in Astronomy or whatever but when it gets into the mathematics, I need some extra time just to be sure I learn it. Anyway that's encouraging though, thanks for that.
#173 - mca (04/25/2014) [-]
Just be thankful you're not doing theoretical physics or just a physics degree in general, got some friends who are on a theoretical physics course and last year they had literally double the number of mathematics courses that i had. Read over one of said friends' notebooks whilst in a physics lecture, got 3 pages in before i found the first number. That kinda maths just doesn't register with me at all. But no worries, good luck with your studies and everything man
#174 - thepandaking (04/25/2014) [-]
thanks, but now that kind of scares me. See I want to go into Astronomy, and be a researcher, but my university doesn't have an Astronomy major, so they suggested I go with a regular Physics major and Astronomy minor, so maybe that's why I've seen a sort-of scary amount of math courses heading my way. I may have to take another look, but I think this is my only choice or best choice, since it might be harder to get a job if I have specifically an Astronomy major. bah I don't know I'll have to talk to an adviser about that lol
Anyway thanks, good luck to you too man
#180 - mca (04/25/2014) [-]
I spoke to my advisor about the same thing really last year. Didn't know whether to do Physics with Astrophysics (75% phyics 25% astronomy) or physics with astronomy (50/50) or just stick with Theoretical physics. Was worried about job prospects, and like you i ideally see myself as a researcher in astronomy, and didn't know which course looks more appealing to employers. He said that the course/degree title would hardly phase an employer in the astro field so long as your physics knowledge is proven to be good as astronomy is essentially applied physics. Essentially as long as you prove your knowledge of physics to an employer, you still have a good shot in the astro field, the astronomy specialisations are really just the sprinkles on the cupcake. So my advise would be the physics major and astro minor dont really understand the whole major/minor thing in america because it'll open doors to almost any job that requires mathematics and logical thinking
User avatar #181 - thepandaking (04/25/2014) [-]
Yeah you're right it's probably my best be to stick with that. Well seriously thanks, it's good to hear some insight on it that really helps. Good luck on the rest of your classes, I hope that works out for you.
User avatar #182 - thepandaking (04/25/2014) [-]
best bet*
#17 - xxxsonic fanxxx (04/24/2014) [-]
What makes you think Pluto has an atmosphere? It has a temporary one when close enough to the sun, but it would surely kill you if you were to breath in the gases that make up this so called atmosphere. Plus, Pluto is tiny, and smaller than some of the moons that orbit our other 8 planets.
#16 - KPatorx (04/24/2014) [-]
Because, while Jupiter is roughly 1400 times larger than Earth, Pluto is slightly smaller in square kilometers than Russia. The sun, on the other hand, is a ball of gas bigger than Jupiter that constantly goes through nuclear fusion and fission, providing energy for the entire solar system, so it's a star.
#47 - ennemi (04/24/2014) [-]
The reason pluto isn't a planet is because there's a shit load of other body in its orbit and those body amount to a shit load more mass than pluto.
#15 - tksparty (04/24/2014) [-]
You should probably just look up the definition of a planet before you started typing drivel. You basically posted the space version of "how are whales not fish, I mean they live in the sea and stuff, why are eels fish and not snakes" or something. Just because you don't know/understand doesn't make it stupid.
User avatar #93 - psykobear (04/25/2014) [-]
Also, definition of a planet:

1. object in orbit round star: an astronomical object that orbits a star and does not shine with its own light, especially one of those orbiting the Sun in the solar system
User avatar #90 - psykobear (04/25/2014) [-]
He never said it was stupid, he said he didn't understand. You could easily explain it without being snide.
#43 - xxxsonic fanxxx (04/24/2014) [-]
Thakn saten
#49 - Alchemyst (04/24/2014) [-]
u r welcum
User avatar #33 - riddlerenigma (04/24/2014) [-]
I said that I didn't understand. I was confused. Just because I'm asking stuff I don't fully get does not make me stupid.
Your an asshole.
User avatar #50 - Alchemyst (04/24/2014) [-]
To be fair, your comment sounded kinda accusatory. But you're right, ignorance is not the same as stupidity, so I will thumb you back up.
#14 - theydontlikeu (04/24/2014) [-]
the suns a star man, theres a difference. but someone told me the other day that theres a shit tonne of rocks in our solar system the same size as pluto, so its more to exclude them as being planets. and also that the moon is bigger than pluto.
#90 - If that is the case then I think Disney could have been a bit … 04/23/2014 on Hades ganna hade 0
#89 - The first game plays like a Greek Tragedy while 2 and 3 were b… 04/23/2014 on Hades ganna hade 0
#88 - No. Most of it comes from either. A: The legitimate…  [+] (2 new replies) 04/23/2014 on Hades ganna hade 0
#95 - matthewonetwothree (04/25/2014) [-]
so you know he doesn't reside on Olympus right
User avatar #96 - riddlerenigma (04/25/2014) [-]
Well yes. But he is still a god of Olympus. Besides just because he lives in the underworld doesn't mean that he doesn't to things such as meetings or gathering on Mount Olympus.
#11 - You know. I have never watched this movie before so I have no…  [+] (22 new replies) 04/23/2014 on Hades ganna hade +76
#58 - xxxsonic fanxxx (04/23/2014) [-]
Hades didn't live on Olympus, so technically he's not a god of Olympus. Otherwise I agree.
User avatar #34 - indecisivejew (04/23/2014) [-]
That's the thing about the movie though. He's only a bad guy in terms of the plot.

The best villains in the world are the ones who you like more than the protagonists, and in this movie, that is definitely the case for most people.
User avatar #27 - samxdaxman (04/23/2014) [-]
This is what pissed me off the most in the Percy Jackson movie. They didn't have Kronos as the main enemy, like in the books, but HADES was the bad guy. Like creativity is great and all, but changing the MAIN VILLAIN of the series is just ridiculous.
User avatar #78 - Tyranitar (04/23/2014) [-]
Hades was thought to be the antagonist for most of the first book, but was later found out to have his own agenda. Not necessarily an evil one, but he wasn't truly a good guy either.

The actual villain was Ares, which makes far more sense. Feeding off of hatred and conflict, Ares would have a lot to gain from making the gods go to war with each other. Kinda ticked me off that he wasn't even mentioned in the film.
User avatar #91 - samxdaxman (04/23/2014) [-]
I thought he was being controlled by Kronos or some shit? I know Luke was as well, but idk, I thought that made sense. Yours makes a lot more sense though.
User avatar #92 - Tyranitar (04/23/2014) [-]
Luke WAS being controlled by Kronos. But Kronos and Luke manipulated Ares into the whole Lightning Thief scam because he was sick of the peaceful times in Olympus and would enjoy the conflict the idea would result in.
#30 - marikthegunslinger (04/23/2014) [-]
Thank the pantheon that Hades got some more respect in the later books. His son is my favorite character in the series.
User avatar #32 - samxdaxman (04/23/2014) [-]
Nico is pretty damn cool. And yeah Hades isnt a bad guy, a bit jealous of his brothers, but he's not bad.
User avatar #39 - pokedan (04/23/2014) [-]
Also Nico is now confirmed as gay. Go figure.
User avatar #54 - samxdaxman (04/23/2014) [-]
Yeah, I was genuinely surprised at that part. But he's still pretty badass.
User avatar #21 - avatardsucks (04/23/2014) [-]
well in the original Hercules myth, his step-mother Hera the goddess of marriage was the main villain. Hera made Hercules go crazy and kill his wife and kids because she was jealous of Hercules being the love child of an affair Zeus(her husband) had with another woman. Hercules felt so guilty about murdering his wife that he had to do a bunch of labors to atone for his crime. Overall Disney thought this story was dark so they instead turned Hercules into more of a Superman/Rocky kind of story and made Hades the villain since hes the king of the underworld which is scarier than the Goddess of marriage.
User avatar #74 - kievaughnb (04/23/2014) [-]
So he's a bit like Kratos in God of War?
User avatar #81 - avatardsucks (04/23/2014) [-]
i guess so, never really played the games.
User avatar #89 - riddlerenigma (04/23/2014) [-]
The first game plays like a Greek Tragedy while 2 and 3 were based completely on wanting revenge. And the PSP games were that happened in the middle.
#18 - xxxsonic fanxxx (04/23/2014) [-]
Have a rare gem of a good fanfiction to fill that unnecessary villain void.

disney-hades.dreamwidth.org/851.html
User avatar #17 - spycheckingpyro (04/23/2014) [-]
As a society in modern times, we fear death because we don't know what is on the other side. Fear of something assumes that whatever it is has to be evil. Where in ancient Greek days, death was viewed differently along with Hades. He may also have a bad reputation because of the whole "kidnapping Persephone thing" but if you think about it; she willingly went every year. He just got the shit end of the stick when it came to realms to rule over.

Cronos isn't exactly evil either. None of the Gods were truly seen as purely good or purely evil. Then again, it was all perspective to which City-State you were in. People of a Zeus worshiping city may have demonized Hades where as a city that worshiped Hades would have thought the same about Zeus. Humanity never changed if you think about it
User avatar #90 - riddlerenigma (04/23/2014) [-]
If that is the case then I think Disney could have been a bit clever here and put in Thanatos the true Greek god of death here and make him the bad guy for once. Hades gets a lot of attention in media here enough as it is so it would have been nice to have changed things round a bit here.
#28 - angelious (04/23/2014) [-]
in terms of mythology hades(while not as bad as modern day media makes him seem like) was sort of a douchebag(still as far as greek mythology goes he was a pretty cool guy) he tried to usurp zeus atleast twice along side other gods(zeus wasnt so hot amongst gods but he still had powerfull allies) he fooled persephone to come down to his realm and then CURSED her so that she had to return to her every now and then(hence comes the winter) (they did love each other thou if i recall correctly)


cronos and titans in general were actually far more benevolent gods when compared to zeus and crew.they actually liked humans and were fair.but like father like son cronos was afraid of his kids and tried to make sure none of them would ever usurp him(this caused zeus to usurp him)


also as far as shit goes zeus was the ultimate douchebag of greek mythology
#12 - matthewonetwothree (04/23/2014) [-]
are all of your thoughts on greek mythology from the percy jackson books?
User avatar #88 - riddlerenigma (04/23/2014) [-]
No. Most of it comes from either.

A: The legitimate stories of the Greek Pantheon
B: God of War mythos.
C: Age of Mythology Mythos.
#95 - matthewonetwothree (04/25/2014) [-]
so you know he doesn't reside on Olympus right
User avatar #96 - riddlerenigma (04/25/2014) [-]
Well yes. But he is still a god of Olympus. Besides just because he lives in the underworld doesn't mean that he doesn't to things such as meetings or gathering on Mount Olympus.
#13 - Fun Fact: Did you guys know that the reason French Fries are …  [+] (2 new replies) 04/23/2014 on Americans Vs. British +7
User avatar #141 - bannon (04/23/2014) [-]
I don't know where you're getting your information from, but it's incorrect. They were called French fries (and many other names) long before Paris, Texas was even established.

Another story of their naming origin is that when British and American soldiers were in Europe during WW1, they mistook Belgium for France, and called them French fries.
User avatar #29 - mymommasallama (04/23/2014) [-]
what makes this all the funnier is in texas and some other states after 9-11 there was a big movement to call them freedom fries since france did not want to go to war alongside us....
#4 - and yet of all the places you bring evidence from, you bring i…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/20/2014 on The Truth About Keanu Reeves -2
User avatar #32 - kibaru (04/21/2014) [-]
despite popular belief, for the most part wikipedia is fairly accurate, and provides citations for everything so you can research for yourself anyway
#23 - I know I'm going to get hate for this, but I'm OK with this th… 04/20/2014 on Link in Desc. 0
#94 - ... well that's just dumb and weird. Oh well. 04/20/2014 on incredible -2
#88 - ... But you guys hosted the Euro vision song contest a few yea…  [+] (2 new replies) 04/20/2014 on incredible -2
User avatar #94 - riddlerenigma (04/20/2014) [-]
... well that's just dumb and weird.

Oh well.
User avatar #93 - jokerja (04/20/2014) [-]
Because Euro song vision blibber blabber is not hosted by European nations, it's hosted by the countries in Europa.
#86 - Wait!? Aren't Norway part of Europe!? Why have you got your …  [+] (4 new replies) 04/20/2014 on incredible 0
User avatar #87 - noisecontrollers (04/20/2014) [-]
Because we're not part of the European Nation.
User avatar #88 - riddlerenigma (04/20/2014) [-]
... But you guys hosted the Euro vision song contest a few years ago? How can you enter that and not be a part of Europe?
User avatar #94 - riddlerenigma (04/20/2014) [-]
... well that's just dumb and weird.

Oh well.
User avatar #93 - jokerja (04/20/2014) [-]
Because Euro song vision blibber blabber is not hosted by European nations, it's hosted by the countries in Europa.
#258 - All jokes aside I would very much love to live in Middle-Earth… 04/18/2014 on I'm Good +1
#30 - My college did the same thing. Their reason was because we ha… 04/16/2014 on Being useless 0
#254 - Can I move to where you live? 04/16/2014 on Men can't get raped because... +1
#39 - Well if that is the case than you can call me a light bender b… 04/12/2014 on Irl Firebenders 0
#66 - If I want to watch porn, i'll watch porn. If I want a… 04/10/2014 on Now this has to be unpopular 0
#29 - It's probably too close to blood bending that it might be illegal. 04/10/2014 on Poor pema +1
#102 - Point Of View  [+] (1 new reply) 04/10/2014 on POV 0
User avatar #103 - krizz (04/10/2014) [-]
thanks---
#105 - I never fully got this meme. Yeah I'm to early to explore the…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/10/2014 on We're lucky 0
User avatar #108 - gmarrox (04/10/2014) [-]
New world. As in we were born too late to discover new continents and islands and shit.
#52 - WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH THAT. HE WAS JUST MAKING SURE T…  [+] (2 new replies) 04/10/2014 on Is pepsi ok? +6
#112 - xxxsonic fanxxx (04/10/2014) [-]
Just say that you don't have coke and she has to choose something else? Pepsi and coke taste massively different, I love coke and hate pepsi. It's almost like customer is asking for tea, you don't have it so you ask if coffee is ok.
#129 - kanyesfishsticks (04/10/2014) [-]
It's nothing like that. Pepsi and Coke are both types of colas.
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Happy birthday, riddlerenimga
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