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#257 - Comment deleted 10/13/2012 on He didn't respond. 0
#256 - Hm... I hadn't considered children into that... you have a ver… 10/13/2012 on He didn't respond. 0
#174441 - I loved this game. Thanks man. 10/13/2012 on Video Games Board - console... 0
#174420 - I haven't played this game in so long!  [+] (2 new replies) 10/13/2012 on Video Games Board - console... 0
User avatar #174430 - CarePackage (10/13/2012) [-]
I've never heard of it before xD. I asked my dad and he said Jersey Devil straight away.
User avatar #174441 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
I loved this game. Thanks man.
#174416 - ... =| ... =) ... =D YES! 10/13/2012 on Video Games Board - console... 0
#174409 - I dunno.  [+] (5 new replies) 10/13/2012 on Video Games Board - console... 0
#174412 - CarePackage (10/13/2012) [-]
Jersey Devil
User avatar #174420 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
I haven't played this game in so long!
User avatar #174430 - CarePackage (10/13/2012) [-]
I've never heard of it before xD. I asked my dad and he said Jersey Devil straight away.
User avatar #174441 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
I loved this game. Thanks man.
User avatar #174416 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
... =|
... =)
... =D YES!
#174407 - maybe. Lemme see.  [+] (6 new replies) 10/13/2012 on Video Games Board - console... 0
User avatar #174409 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
I dunno.
#174412 - CarePackage (10/13/2012) [-]
Jersey Devil
User avatar #174420 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
I haven't played this game in so long!
User avatar #174430 - CarePackage (10/13/2012) [-]
I've never heard of it before xD. I asked my dad and he said Jersey Devil straight away.
User avatar #174441 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
I loved this game. Thanks man.
User avatar #174416 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
... =|
... =)
... =D YES!
#253 - You sound like a very kind and charitable person. I think I a… 10/13/2012 on He didn't respond. +1
#252 - 1) Mortal beings capable of concious thought exist. Therefore…  [+] (5 new replies) 10/13/2012 on He didn't respond. 0
User avatar #264 - evanbinns (10/14/2012) [-]
1) It COULD exist, but we don't have any evidence to imply that it does

2) I made that point earlier because the bible specifically said that the earth was a flat circle, which everyone believed until science was able to prove it wrong.

3) This a good scientific explanation of the content you are talking about, but all the content is purely theoretical (Jesus, Kito, God, etc)

4) No problem, I wasn't in the greatest mood earlier. I apologize for my actions.
User avatar #273 - zaperzero (10/14/2012) [-]
1) That's all I wanted to hear. That God's existance is at least fesible.
2) What? When did the bible say the earth was a flat circle?
3) True. So is the big bang theory and evolution though.
4) No problem.
User avatar #280 - evanbinns (10/15/2012) [-]
1) Of course, although there are many other things which are feasible as well.

2) Isaiah 40:22, which says: "It is he who sits above the circle of the earth".
Also in Job, where it says "Earth takes shape like clay under a seal." Have you seen what clay seals look like? Flat, and a circular like a pancake.

3) There is quite the amount of evidence for evolution such as the universal genetic code, fossil records, genetic commonalities, common traits in embryos, bacterial resistance to antibiotics, and more. Same with the big bang such as redshift, uniform background radiation, H/He ratio, etc. There is so much evidence to lead us too believe that it is what actually happened, but we will never know for sure unless we somehow develop a time machine lol.
User avatar #281 - zaperzero (10/15/2012) [-]
1) That, too, is true.
2) Hm... it maybe taken as such. Then again, you can say that when God spoke the earth into existence he used a thu'um.
3) There is a bit of proof in those theories, this is true. My theory is more of a "this is what I think will happen if we meet these criteria" theory. It's like the theories that state that a black hole of energy will spawn if something goes beyond 4.14*10^32 degrees Kelvin. Evolution and the big bang are theories to how we came to be. I think the big bang theory is hilarious when combined with Christianity btw. I see it like this "God is an excentric, I don't believe he'd just go 'poof, there is the world.' He's far more likely to make a colossal explosion out of nowhere and mold the world as it is then."
User avatar #283 - zaperzero (10/17/2012) [-]
2) Also, the hebrew language didn't have a split between earth and the universe. It was the same word.
#251 - >Some magical god >magical >THIS IS SCIENCE … 10/13/2012 on He didn't respond. 0
#174355 - No, I have played Rayman 3, but that wasn't the game I was tal… 10/13/2012 on Video Games Board - console... 0
#174253 - I dunno. I barrely remember anything. I remember most of the…  [+] (2 new replies) 10/13/2012 on Video Games Board - console... 0
User avatar #174256 - theelderscrolls (10/13/2012) [-]
Is it Rayman?
User avatar #174355 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
No, I have played Rayman 3, but that wasn't the game I was talking about. The game I'm talking about is somewhere between Spyro, Medi-Evil, Sly, Rayman, and Ratchet and Clank. It's not Jak btw.
#174237 - no... it was a 3-D game.  [+] (7 new replies) 10/13/2012 on Video Games Board - console... 0
User avatar #174255 - theelderscrolls (10/13/2012) [-]
*Rayman
User avatar #174252 - theelderscrolls (10/13/2012) [-]
Yeah, its got to be Raymen
User avatar #174251 - theelderscrolls (10/13/2012) [-]
Raymen?
User avatar #174250 - theelderscrolls (10/13/2012) [-]
whats on the cover?
User avatar #174253 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
I dunno. I barrely remember anything. I remember most of the game takes place at night. It reminds me of medi-evil a bit.
User avatar #174256 - theelderscrolls (10/13/2012) [-]
Is it Rayman?
User avatar #174355 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
No, I have played Rayman 3, but that wasn't the game I was talking about. The game I'm talking about is somewhere between Spyro, Medi-Evil, Sly, Rayman, and Ratchet and Clank. It's not Jak btw.
#174230 - kk  [+] (9 new replies) 10/13/2012 on Video Games Board - console... 0
User avatar #174236 - theelderscrolls (10/13/2012) [-]
The adventures of lomax?
User avatar #174237 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
no... it was a 3-D game.
User avatar #174255 - theelderscrolls (10/13/2012) [-]
*Rayman
User avatar #174252 - theelderscrolls (10/13/2012) [-]
Yeah, its got to be Raymen
User avatar #174251 - theelderscrolls (10/13/2012) [-]
Raymen?
User avatar #174250 - theelderscrolls (10/13/2012) [-]
whats on the cover?
User avatar #174253 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
I dunno. I barrely remember anything. I remember most of the game takes place at night. It reminds me of medi-evil a bit.
User avatar #174256 - theelderscrolls (10/13/2012) [-]
Is it Rayman?
User avatar #174355 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
No, I have played Rayman 3, but that wasn't the game I was talking about. The game I'm talking about is somewhere between Spyro, Medi-Evil, Sly, Rayman, and Ratchet and Clank. It's not Jak btw.
#174220 - Hey guys, I'm looking for the name of a game I remember from w…  [+] (19 new replies) 10/13/2012 on Video Games Board - console... 0
User avatar #174380 - CarePackage (10/13/2012) [-]
Nights into Dreams?
User avatar #174407 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
maybe. Lemme see.
User avatar #174409 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
I dunno.
#174412 - CarePackage (10/13/2012) [-]
Jersey Devil
User avatar #174420 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
I haven't played this game in so long!
User avatar #174430 - CarePackage (10/13/2012) [-]
I've never heard of it before xD. I asked my dad and he said Jersey Devil straight away.
User avatar #174441 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
I loved this game. Thanks man.
User avatar #174416 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
... =|
... =)
... =D YES!
User avatar #174224 - theelderscrolls (10/13/2012) [-]
i know what you are talking about. hold on.
User avatar #174230 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
kk
User avatar #174236 - theelderscrolls (10/13/2012) [-]
The adventures of lomax?
User avatar #174237 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
no... it was a 3-D game.
User avatar #174255 - theelderscrolls (10/13/2012) [-]
*Rayman
User avatar #174252 - theelderscrolls (10/13/2012) [-]
Yeah, its got to be Raymen
User avatar #174251 - theelderscrolls (10/13/2012) [-]
Raymen?
User avatar #174250 - theelderscrolls (10/13/2012) [-]
whats on the cover?
User avatar #174253 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
I dunno. I barrely remember anything. I remember most of the game takes place at night. It reminds me of medi-evil a bit.
User avatar #174256 - theelderscrolls (10/13/2012) [-]
Is it Rayman?
User avatar #174355 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
No, I have played Rayman 3, but that wasn't the game I was talking about. The game I'm talking about is somewhere between Spyro, Medi-Evil, Sly, Rayman, and Ratchet and Clank. It's not Jak btw.
#246 - ... 3) Immortality is the next thing I'd like to talk abou… 10/13/2012 on He didn't respond. 0
#245 - You're using both at once. You're being logical in your reaso…  [+] (2 new replies) 10/13/2012 on He didn't respond. 0
User avatar #247 - evanbinns (10/13/2012) [-]
It's being ignorant too assume that omnipotence is the only way. We could have been conceived by some alien experiment, but nobody will ever know for sure. It's just stupid too assume that there is some magical god that was the cause.
User avatar #251 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
>Some magical god
>magical
>THIS IS SCIENCE MOTHERFUCKER!
I just wrote two posts about how this is scientifically possible.
#244 - 1) If I told you I saw a kind of rino you've never seen, but f…  [+] (8 new replies) 10/13/2012 on He didn't respond. 0
User avatar #248 - evanbinns (10/13/2012) [-]
1) I would be skeptical about this "rare" rhino but I would still give some credibility to the person telling me they saw it, because you know, rhino's exist.

2) Who knows, the universe might be immensely flat. Human comprehension hasn't come that far when it comes to our universe.

3) Interesting as that theory and your book might be, it doesn't really have a place in this argument.

User avatar #252 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
1) Mortal beings capable of concious thought exist. Therefore a being capable of concious thought that is on a higher level than any other can exist.
2) Exactly. That's why we think that people who thought the world was flat are idiots, they couldn't comprehend at that time that the world was round.
3) The comment bellow this one goes on to explain the relevance of it actually. What I said there was just a base for where I would continue.
4) Thank you for being so polite and logical (not that you weren't logical to start with) in this one. It's makes me a lot happier to debate this with you.
User avatar #264 - evanbinns (10/14/2012) [-]
1) It COULD exist, but we don't have any evidence to imply that it does

2) I made that point earlier because the bible specifically said that the earth was a flat circle, which everyone believed until science was able to prove it wrong.

3) This a good scientific explanation of the content you are talking about, but all the content is purely theoretical (Jesus, Kito, God, etc)

4) No problem, I wasn't in the greatest mood earlier. I apologize for my actions.
User avatar #273 - zaperzero (10/14/2012) [-]
1) That's all I wanted to hear. That God's existance is at least fesible.
2) What? When did the bible say the earth was a flat circle?
3) True. So is the big bang theory and evolution though.
4) No problem.
User avatar #280 - evanbinns (10/15/2012) [-]
1) Of course, although there are many other things which are feasible as well.

2) Isaiah 40:22, which says: "It is he who sits above the circle of the earth".
Also in Job, where it says "Earth takes shape like clay under a seal." Have you seen what clay seals look like? Flat, and a circular like a pancake.

3) There is quite the amount of evidence for evolution such as the universal genetic code, fossil records, genetic commonalities, common traits in embryos, bacterial resistance to antibiotics, and more. Same with the big bang such as redshift, uniform background radiation, H/He ratio, etc. There is so much evidence to lead us too believe that it is what actually happened, but we will never know for sure unless we somehow develop a time machine lol.
User avatar #281 - zaperzero (10/15/2012) [-]
1) That, too, is true.
2) Hm... it maybe taken as such. Then again, you can say that when God spoke the earth into existence he used a thu'um.
3) There is a bit of proof in those theories, this is true. My theory is more of a "this is what I think will happen if we meet these criteria" theory. It's like the theories that state that a black hole of energy will spawn if something goes beyond 4.14*10^32 degrees Kelvin. Evolution and the big bang are theories to how we came to be. I think the big bang theory is hilarious when combined with Christianity btw. I see it like this "God is an excentric, I don't believe he'd just go 'poof, there is the world.' He's far more likely to make a colossal explosion out of nowhere and mold the world as it is then."
User avatar #283 - zaperzero (10/17/2012) [-]
2) Also, the hebrew language didn't have a split between earth and the universe. It was the same word.
User avatar #246 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
...
3) Immortality is the next thing I'd like to talk about on the subject of Kito and whatnot. Using Kito there are teirs I've come up with. God tier being above all else, omnipotent power and a will that could outdo anyone's. Then Demi-God tier; power to warp base substances, res-erect itself (as Jesus Christ of Nazareth) using bio energy to restart its dead body. Immortal tier; below demi-god tier, only barely being able to res-erect itself, a being of this level would be considered a God by most, but is still subject to death's wrath. It's still possible to kill an immortal for good, you have to waste their kito first though. Next is the Mortal tiers; several of them, you can consider anyone more powerful in kito than you a higher mortal tier. I'd suspect the ranks would change constantly. Finally we have deamon tier; less kito power than anyone of a mortal tier, but their will can make the mortal tier's power will in their direction, taking mortal power and making it their own.
#241 - Also, good morning. I just woke up. 10/13/2012 on He didn't respond. 0
#240 - 1) I really don't understand what you're saying there. If you…  [+] (10 new replies) 10/13/2012 on He didn't respond. 0
User avatar #242 - evanbinns (10/13/2012) [-]
1) I'm saying that the only evidence I need of religion's non-existence is that there is no actual evidence of its existence whatsoever, it's not a hard concept to understand.

2) Just because a lot of people believe in something does not make it true, at one point everyone in the world assumed that the earth was flat. (In case you didn't know, its not)

3) Maybe they changed their ways, who knows? But a lot of people still believe in it, so it must be real right? I haven't asked about what specific religion you are because all religions involving any kind of spiritual deity are fucking retarded, i'm not biased towards any of them. All of them are made up, there is absolutely no proof for any of their existences. Stop trying to argue something that you can't prove.
User avatar #244 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
1) If I told you I saw a kind of rino you've never seen, but failed to catch it because I'm a human and it's a rhyno and people believed me, would you call them idiots and proclaim that everything they do is stupid because they're stupid for trusting what someone else has said?
2) But we have proof they were wrong. If I told you the universe was flat, at this point we can't prove that. The universe may very well be flat, just VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY IMMENSELY THICK. I'm going to stand by that point until you prove me wrong.
3) Okay, well here's something I'd like to discuss then. In my book I'm writing I'm pointing out a theory I have about how humans will evolve in the future. Humans will be capable of taking hold of an energy I've dubbed Kito. Kito is the potential to change energy's states in electrons and protons (protons being a lot harder to manipulate than electrons). How we would do this is by using perception of reality, forcing through will alone others to perceive our power as being the true state in which the object weilds it. If someone shoots an arrow at you, you can turn that motion driving the arrow into a potential, then transfer that energy into a molecule of the air and launch that molecule at someone to kill them. That's the normal human level. God would be a being capable of creating a big bang with his infinite power, a singular conscious being capable of warping all power and knowledge. I have another theory about how there can be a "bio energy." Bio energy being inconceivably hard to control. You'd have to take the power of a star to make a human out of energy, or you could take the easy route that humans have already cultivated, essentially what stem cell research is hoping to do. Re-grow limbs using cells with cells that can do anything we want them to.

Cont.
User avatar #248 - evanbinns (10/13/2012) [-]
1) I would be skeptical about this "rare" rhino but I would still give some credibility to the person telling me they saw it, because you know, rhino's exist.

2) Who knows, the universe might be immensely flat. Human comprehension hasn't come that far when it comes to our universe.

3) Interesting as that theory and your book might be, it doesn't really have a place in this argument.

User avatar #252 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
1) Mortal beings capable of concious thought exist. Therefore a being capable of concious thought that is on a higher level than any other can exist.
2) Exactly. That's why we think that people who thought the world was flat are idiots, they couldn't comprehend at that time that the world was round.
3) The comment bellow this one goes on to explain the relevance of it actually. What I said there was just a base for where I would continue.
4) Thank you for being so polite and logical (not that you weren't logical to start with) in this one. It's makes me a lot happier to debate this with you.
User avatar #264 - evanbinns (10/14/2012) [-]
1) It COULD exist, but we don't have any evidence to imply that it does

2) I made that point earlier because the bible specifically said that the earth was a flat circle, which everyone believed until science was able to prove it wrong.

3) This a good scientific explanation of the content you are talking about, but all the content is purely theoretical (Jesus, Kito, God, etc)

4) No problem, I wasn't in the greatest mood earlier. I apologize for my actions.
User avatar #273 - zaperzero (10/14/2012) [-]
1) That's all I wanted to hear. That God's existance is at least fesible.
2) What? When did the bible say the earth was a flat circle?
3) True. So is the big bang theory and evolution though.
4) No problem.
User avatar #280 - evanbinns (10/15/2012) [-]
1) Of course, although there are many other things which are feasible as well.

2) Isaiah 40:22, which says: "It is he who sits above the circle of the earth".
Also in Job, where it says "Earth takes shape like clay under a seal." Have you seen what clay seals look like? Flat, and a circular like a pancake.

3) There is quite the amount of evidence for evolution such as the universal genetic code, fossil records, genetic commonalities, common traits in embryos, bacterial resistance to antibiotics, and more. Same with the big bang such as redshift, uniform background radiation, H/He ratio, etc. There is so much evidence to lead us too believe that it is what actually happened, but we will never know for sure unless we somehow develop a time machine lol.
User avatar #281 - zaperzero (10/15/2012) [-]
1) That, too, is true.
2) Hm... it maybe taken as such. Then again, you can say that when God spoke the earth into existence he used a thu'um.
3) There is a bit of proof in those theories, this is true. My theory is more of a "this is what I think will happen if we meet these criteria" theory. It's like the theories that state that a black hole of energy will spawn if something goes beyond 4.14*10^32 degrees Kelvin. Evolution and the big bang are theories to how we came to be. I think the big bang theory is hilarious when combined with Christianity btw. I see it like this "God is an excentric, I don't believe he'd just go 'poof, there is the world.' He's far more likely to make a colossal explosion out of nowhere and mold the world as it is then."
User avatar #283 - zaperzero (10/17/2012) [-]
2) Also, the hebrew language didn't have a split between earth and the universe. It was the same word.
User avatar #246 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
...
3) Immortality is the next thing I'd like to talk about on the subject of Kito and whatnot. Using Kito there are teirs I've come up with. God tier being above all else, omnipotent power and a will that could outdo anyone's. Then Demi-God tier; power to warp base substances, res-erect itself (as Jesus Christ of Nazareth) using bio energy to restart its dead body. Immortal tier; below demi-god tier, only barely being able to res-erect itself, a being of this level would be considered a God by most, but is still subject to death's wrath. It's still possible to kill an immortal for good, you have to waste their kito first though. Next is the Mortal tiers; several of them, you can consider anyone more powerful in kito than you a higher mortal tier. I'd suspect the ranks would change constantly. Finally we have deamon tier; less kito power than anyone of a mortal tier, but their will can make the mortal tier's power will in their direction, taking mortal power and making it their own.
#231 - I have no idea why I was so angry about this message. 10/13/2012 on He didn't respond. 0
#229 - Sorry for my rash anger, it's just taking a bit to argue with …  [+] (4 new replies) 10/13/2012 on He didn't respond. 0
User avatar #243 - evanbinns (10/13/2012) [-]
You're actually pairing ignorance with logical thinking?

You went full retard, never go full retard.
User avatar #245 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
You're using both at once. You're being logical in your reasoning, but every time you do you add a little bit of this attitude I'd call "being a pretentious prick." You keep calling me a retard and stating that everything that could be conceived as God is just a made up legend and complete bullshit. You can't except that there could EVER be an omnipotent being. That's being ignorant to the fact that omnipotence is the only way we could possibly out do mortality.
User avatar #247 - evanbinns (10/13/2012) [-]
It's being ignorant too assume that omnipotence is the only way. We could have been conceived by some alien experiment, but nobody will ever know for sure. It's just stupid too assume that there is some magical god that was the cause.
User avatar #251 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
>Some magical god
>magical
>THIS IS SCIENCE MOTHERFUCKER!
I just wrote two posts about how this is scientifically possible.
#228 - I argue the validity of my belief because you atheists argued … 10/13/2012 on He didn't respond. +1
#227 - 1) Yes. This is true. 2) Why? If there is a mentally han…  [+] (18 new replies) 10/13/2012 on He didn't respond. 0
User avatar #235 - evanbinns (10/13/2012) [-]
You really are retarded aren't you? I said that "The proof against your belief is that there is no proof of your belief", meaning that your belief has no evidence of it being plausible, I did not mean that you don't exist you fucking retard.

Asking me to back up proof of a gods non existence is like asking me to back up proof of the non existence of Gigglefarts the Great, a god of whom I just made up right now.

Asking me to disprove every religion? Now you're really sounding desperate. I can tell you that believing that there is some supernatural entity like Allah or Jesus is the same as lets say the Easter Bunny or Santa Claus. What do all of these things have in common? (Based on ancient stories, supernatural powers, don't actually exist except in deluded adults minds and the innocent minds of children.

Good day sir

User avatar #241 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
Also, good morning. I just woke up.
User avatar #240 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
1) I really don't understand what you're saying there. If you're stating that you don't believe a religion because there isn't evidence for it, nor against it, then you don't believe anything that there isn't evidence for or against. If you have no proof of me being a real person and not a bot designed to argue with you, then I'm a bot designed to argue with you.
2) True, but there isn't anyone who believes in gigglefarts the great. Therefore, no one is going to argue the point against it. There are also no reasonings tward him existing, such as people saying in a document that he exists.
3) Well, let me say why I told you to disprove all religion. You are an atheist, or so I assume because you say religious people are retards. Therefore, you yourself have reason to doubt every religion. Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny have been proven to not exist. If you're good all year, live alone, and sleep all night waiting for presents, then you won't get any. It's science that he isn't real. Also, I don't believe I've told you which religion I follow, so you arguing the point of my religion is stupid. If you don't know what I believe, then why argue what I believe. Saying every religion is dumb means that you have to back up why every religion is dumb.
User avatar #242 - evanbinns (10/13/2012) [-]
1) I'm saying that the only evidence I need of religion's non-existence is that there is no actual evidence of its existence whatsoever, it's not a hard concept to understand.

2) Just because a lot of people believe in something does not make it true, at one point everyone in the world assumed that the earth was flat. (In case you didn't know, its not)

3) Maybe they changed their ways, who knows? But a lot of people still believe in it, so it must be real right? I haven't asked about what specific religion you are because all religions involving any kind of spiritual deity are fucking retarded, i'm not biased towards any of them. All of them are made up, there is absolutely no proof for any of their existences. Stop trying to argue something that you can't prove.
User avatar #244 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
1) If I told you I saw a kind of rino you've never seen, but failed to catch it because I'm a human and it's a rhyno and people believed me, would you call them idiots and proclaim that everything they do is stupid because they're stupid for trusting what someone else has said?
2) But we have proof they were wrong. If I told you the universe was flat, at this point we can't prove that. The universe may very well be flat, just VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY IMMENSELY THICK. I'm going to stand by that point until you prove me wrong.
3) Okay, well here's something I'd like to discuss then. In my book I'm writing I'm pointing out a theory I have about how humans will evolve in the future. Humans will be capable of taking hold of an energy I've dubbed Kito. Kito is the potential to change energy's states in electrons and protons (protons being a lot harder to manipulate than electrons). How we would do this is by using perception of reality, forcing through will alone others to perceive our power as being the true state in which the object weilds it. If someone shoots an arrow at you, you can turn that motion driving the arrow into a potential, then transfer that energy into a molecule of the air and launch that molecule at someone to kill them. That's the normal human level. God would be a being capable of creating a big bang with his infinite power, a singular conscious being capable of warping all power and knowledge. I have another theory about how there can be a "bio energy." Bio energy being inconceivably hard to control. You'd have to take the power of a star to make a human out of energy, or you could take the easy route that humans have already cultivated, essentially what stem cell research is hoping to do. Re-grow limbs using cells with cells that can do anything we want them to.

Cont.
User avatar #248 - evanbinns (10/13/2012) [-]
1) I would be skeptical about this "rare" rhino but I would still give some credibility to the person telling me they saw it, because you know, rhino's exist.

2) Who knows, the universe might be immensely flat. Human comprehension hasn't come that far when it comes to our universe.

3) Interesting as that theory and your book might be, it doesn't really have a place in this argument.

User avatar #252 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
1) Mortal beings capable of concious thought exist. Therefore a being capable of concious thought that is on a higher level than any other can exist.
2) Exactly. That's why we think that people who thought the world was flat are idiots, they couldn't comprehend at that time that the world was round.
3) The comment bellow this one goes on to explain the relevance of it actually. What I said there was just a base for where I would continue.
4) Thank you for being so polite and logical (not that you weren't logical to start with) in this one. It's makes me a lot happier to debate this with you.
User avatar #264 - evanbinns (10/14/2012) [-]
1) It COULD exist, but we don't have any evidence to imply that it does

2) I made that point earlier because the bible specifically said that the earth was a flat circle, which everyone believed until science was able to prove it wrong.

3) This a good scientific explanation of the content you are talking about, but all the content is purely theoretical (Jesus, Kito, God, etc)

4) No problem, I wasn't in the greatest mood earlier. I apologize for my actions.
User avatar #273 - zaperzero (10/14/2012) [-]
1) That's all I wanted to hear. That God's existance is at least fesible.
2) What? When did the bible say the earth was a flat circle?
3) True. So is the big bang theory and evolution though.
4) No problem.
User avatar #280 - evanbinns (10/15/2012) [-]
1) Of course, although there are many other things which are feasible as well.

2) Isaiah 40:22, which says: "It is he who sits above the circle of the earth".
Also in Job, where it says "Earth takes shape like clay under a seal." Have you seen what clay seals look like? Flat, and a circular like a pancake.

3) There is quite the amount of evidence for evolution such as the universal genetic code, fossil records, genetic commonalities, common traits in embryos, bacterial resistance to antibiotics, and more. Same with the big bang such as redshift, uniform background radiation, H/He ratio, etc. There is so much evidence to lead us too believe that it is what actually happened, but we will never know for sure unless we somehow develop a time machine lol.
User avatar #281 - zaperzero (10/15/2012) [-]
1) That, too, is true.
2) Hm... it maybe taken as such. Then again, you can say that when God spoke the earth into existence he used a thu'um.
3) There is a bit of proof in those theories, this is true. My theory is more of a "this is what I think will happen if we meet these criteria" theory. It's like the theories that state that a black hole of energy will spawn if something goes beyond 4.14*10^32 degrees Kelvin. Evolution and the big bang are theories to how we came to be. I think the big bang theory is hilarious when combined with Christianity btw. I see it like this "God is an excentric, I don't believe he'd just go 'poof, there is the world.' He's far more likely to make a colossal explosion out of nowhere and mold the world as it is then."
User avatar #283 - zaperzero (10/17/2012) [-]
2) Also, the hebrew language didn't have a split between earth and the universe. It was the same word.
User avatar #246 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
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3) Immortality is the next thing I'd like to talk about on the subject of Kito and whatnot. Using Kito there are teirs I've come up with. God tier being above all else, omnipotent power and a will that could outdo anyone's. Then Demi-God tier; power to warp base substances, res-erect itself (as Jesus Christ of Nazareth) using bio energy to restart its dead body. Immortal tier; below demi-god tier, only barely being able to res-erect itself, a being of this level would be considered a God by most, but is still subject to death's wrath. It's still possible to kill an immortal for good, you have to waste their kito first though. Next is the Mortal tiers; several of them, you can consider anyone more powerful in kito than you a higher mortal tier. I'd suspect the ranks would change constantly. Finally we have deamon tier; less kito power than anyone of a mortal tier, but their will can make the mortal tier's power will in their direction, taking mortal power and making it their own.
User avatar #229 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
Sorry for my rash anger, it's just taking a bit to argue with you. I just sort of let your ignorance get to me. I feel kinda bad about that.
User avatar #243 - evanbinns (10/13/2012) [-]
You're actually pairing ignorance with logical thinking?

You went full retard, never go full retard.
User avatar #245 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
You're using both at once. You're being logical in your reasoning, but every time you do you add a little bit of this attitude I'd call "being a pretentious prick." You keep calling me a retard and stating that everything that could be conceived as God is just a made up legend and complete bullshit. You can't except that there could EVER be an omnipotent being. That's being ignorant to the fact that omnipotence is the only way we could possibly out do mortality.
User avatar #247 - evanbinns (10/13/2012) [-]
It's being ignorant too assume that omnipotence is the only way. We could have been conceived by some alien experiment, but nobody will ever know for sure. It's just stupid too assume that there is some magical god that was the cause.
User avatar #251 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
>Some magical god
>magical
>THIS IS SCIENCE MOTHERFUCKER!
I just wrote two posts about how this is scientifically possible.
#224 - 1) I do believe in evolution. 2) Please, refrain from insu…  [+] (21 new replies) 10/13/2012 on He didn't respond. 0
User avatar #225 - evanbinns (10/13/2012) [-]
1) You're version of evolution involves some kind of godly influence
2) No.
3) The proof against your belief is that there is no proof of your belief. Almost all of the HISTORICAL event's in the bible took place(Wars, battle's, etc) The rest is just a compilation of old legends, and extremely truth-stretched stories. If you believe in everything that's been wrote in ancient historical writings then i'm impressed...that you're not in a mental institution, that is.
User avatar #227 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
1) Yes. This is true.
2) Why? If there is a mentally handicapped person, do you go up to them and laugh in their face and call them retarded if they have provoked you in no manner? It doesn't matter if you believe I'm an idiot, it's common courtesy to not insult others for no reason.
3) Okay Okay. You're being a REALLY STUPID MOTHERFUCKER! If there is no solid evidence in the fact that I'm a real person, then I'm not a real person is what you're saying. I'm fake. You're arguing with someone who isn't real! No, I don't believe everything that is wrote down in a book. I believe what I choose to believe. Stop calling me a stupid fuck you STUPID FUCK! I have had enough. You just keep insulting my intelligence while acting all high and mighty. Back up proof that there isn't God. Back up proof against EVERY SINGLE RELIGION! All of them. I dare you. If I can't stop you from disproving at least one, then you're right and there is no true religion.
User avatar #235 - evanbinns (10/13/2012) [-]
You really are retarded aren't you? I said that "The proof against your belief is that there is no proof of your belief", meaning that your belief has no evidence of it being plausible, I did not mean that you don't exist you fucking retard.

Asking me to back up proof of a gods non existence is like asking me to back up proof of the non existence of Gigglefarts the Great, a god of whom I just made up right now.

Asking me to disprove every religion? Now you're really sounding desperate. I can tell you that believing that there is some supernatural entity like Allah or Jesus is the same as lets say the Easter Bunny or Santa Claus. What do all of these things have in common? (Based on ancient stories, supernatural powers, don't actually exist except in deluded adults minds and the innocent minds of children.

Good day sir

User avatar #241 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
Also, good morning. I just woke up.
User avatar #240 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
1) I really don't understand what you're saying there. If you're stating that you don't believe a religion because there isn't evidence for it, nor against it, then you don't believe anything that there isn't evidence for or against. If you have no proof of me being a real person and not a bot designed to argue with you, then I'm a bot designed to argue with you.
2) True, but there isn't anyone who believes in gigglefarts the great. Therefore, no one is going to argue the point against it. There are also no reasonings tward him existing, such as people saying in a document that he exists.
3) Well, let me say why I told you to disprove all religion. You are an atheist, or so I assume because you say religious people are retards. Therefore, you yourself have reason to doubt every religion. Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny have been proven to not exist. If you're good all year, live alone, and sleep all night waiting for presents, then you won't get any. It's science that he isn't real. Also, I don't believe I've told you which religion I follow, so you arguing the point of my religion is stupid. If you don't know what I believe, then why argue what I believe. Saying every religion is dumb means that you have to back up why every religion is dumb.
User avatar #242 - evanbinns (10/13/2012) [-]
1) I'm saying that the only evidence I need of religion's non-existence is that there is no actual evidence of its existence whatsoever, it's not a hard concept to understand.

2) Just because a lot of people believe in something does not make it true, at one point everyone in the world assumed that the earth was flat. (In case you didn't know, its not)

3) Maybe they changed their ways, who knows? But a lot of people still believe in it, so it must be real right? I haven't asked about what specific religion you are because all religions involving any kind of spiritual deity are fucking retarded, i'm not biased towards any of them. All of them are made up, there is absolutely no proof for any of their existences. Stop trying to argue something that you can't prove.
User avatar #244 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
1) If I told you I saw a kind of rino you've never seen, but failed to catch it because I'm a human and it's a rhyno and people believed me, would you call them idiots and proclaim that everything they do is stupid because they're stupid for trusting what someone else has said?
2) But we have proof they were wrong. If I told you the universe was flat, at this point we can't prove that. The universe may very well be flat, just VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY IMMENSELY THICK. I'm going to stand by that point until you prove me wrong.
3) Okay, well here's something I'd like to discuss then. In my book I'm writing I'm pointing out a theory I have about how humans will evolve in the future. Humans will be capable of taking hold of an energy I've dubbed Kito. Kito is the potential to change energy's states in electrons and protons (protons being a lot harder to manipulate than electrons). How we would do this is by using perception of reality, forcing through will alone others to perceive our power as being the true state in which the object weilds it. If someone shoots an arrow at you, you can turn that motion driving the arrow into a potential, then transfer that energy into a molecule of the air and launch that molecule at someone to kill them. That's the normal human level. God would be a being capable of creating a big bang with his infinite power, a singular conscious being capable of warping all power and knowledge. I have another theory about how there can be a "bio energy." Bio energy being inconceivably hard to control. You'd have to take the power of a star to make a human out of energy, or you could take the easy route that humans have already cultivated, essentially what stem cell research is hoping to do. Re-grow limbs using cells with cells that can do anything we want them to.

Cont.
User avatar #248 - evanbinns (10/13/2012) [-]
1) I would be skeptical about this "rare" rhino but I would still give some credibility to the person telling me they saw it, because you know, rhino's exist.

2) Who knows, the universe might be immensely flat. Human comprehension hasn't come that far when it comes to our universe.

3) Interesting as that theory and your book might be, it doesn't really have a place in this argument.

User avatar #252 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
1) Mortal beings capable of concious thought exist. Therefore a being capable of concious thought that is on a higher level than any other can exist.
2) Exactly. That's why we think that people who thought the world was flat are idiots, they couldn't comprehend at that time that the world was round.
3) The comment bellow this one goes on to explain the relevance of it actually. What I said there was just a base for where I would continue.
4) Thank you for being so polite and logical (not that you weren't logical to start with) in this one. It's makes me a lot happier to debate this with you.
User avatar #264 - evanbinns (10/14/2012) [-]
1) It COULD exist, but we don't have any evidence to imply that it does

2) I made that point earlier because the bible specifically said that the earth was a flat circle, which everyone believed until science was able to prove it wrong.

3) This a good scientific explanation of the content you are talking about, but all the content is purely theoretical (Jesus, Kito, God, etc)

4) No problem, I wasn't in the greatest mood earlier. I apologize for my actions.
User avatar #273 - zaperzero (10/14/2012) [-]
1) That's all I wanted to hear. That God's existance is at least fesible.
2) What? When did the bible say the earth was a flat circle?
3) True. So is the big bang theory and evolution though.
4) No problem.
User avatar #280 - evanbinns (10/15/2012) [-]
1) Of course, although there are many other things which are feasible as well.

2) Isaiah 40:22, which says: "It is he who sits above the circle of the earth".
Also in Job, where it says "Earth takes shape like clay under a seal." Have you seen what clay seals look like? Flat, and a circular like a pancake.

3) There is quite the amount of evidence for evolution such as the universal genetic code, fossil records, genetic commonalities, common traits in embryos, bacterial resistance to antibiotics, and more. Same with the big bang such as redshift, uniform background radiation, H/He ratio, etc. There is so much evidence to lead us too believe that it is what actually happened, but we will never know for sure unless we somehow develop a time machine lol.
User avatar #281 - zaperzero (10/15/2012) [-]
1) That, too, is true.
2) Hm... it maybe taken as such. Then again, you can say that when God spoke the earth into existence he used a thu'um.
3) There is a bit of proof in those theories, this is true. My theory is more of a "this is what I think will happen if we meet these criteria" theory. It's like the theories that state that a black hole of energy will spawn if something goes beyond 4.14*10^32 degrees Kelvin. Evolution and the big bang are theories to how we came to be. I think the big bang theory is hilarious when combined with Christianity btw. I see it like this "God is an excentric, I don't believe he'd just go 'poof, there is the world.' He's far more likely to make a colossal explosion out of nowhere and mold the world as it is then."
User avatar #283 - zaperzero (10/17/2012) [-]
2) Also, the hebrew language didn't have a split between earth and the universe. It was the same word.
User avatar #246 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
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3) Immortality is the next thing I'd like to talk about on the subject of Kito and whatnot. Using Kito there are teirs I've come up with. God tier being above all else, omnipotent power and a will that could outdo anyone's. Then Demi-God tier; power to warp base substances, res-erect itself (as Jesus Christ of Nazareth) using bio energy to restart its dead body. Immortal tier; below demi-god tier, only barely being able to res-erect itself, a being of this level would be considered a God by most, but is still subject to death's wrath. It's still possible to kill an immortal for good, you have to waste their kito first though. Next is the Mortal tiers; several of them, you can consider anyone more powerful in kito than you a higher mortal tier. I'd suspect the ranks would change constantly. Finally we have deamon tier; less kito power than anyone of a mortal tier, but their will can make the mortal tier's power will in their direction, taking mortal power and making it their own.
User avatar #229 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
Sorry for my rash anger, it's just taking a bit to argue with you. I just sort of let your ignorance get to me. I feel kinda bad about that.
User avatar #243 - evanbinns (10/13/2012) [-]
You're actually pairing ignorance with logical thinking?

You went full retard, never go full retard.
User avatar #245 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
You're using both at once. You're being logical in your reasoning, but every time you do you add a little bit of this attitude I'd call "being a pretentious prick." You keep calling me a retard and stating that everything that could be conceived as God is just a made up legend and complete bullshit. You can't except that there could EVER be an omnipotent being. That's being ignorant to the fact that omnipotence is the only way we could possibly out do mortality.
User avatar #247 - evanbinns (10/13/2012) [-]
It's being ignorant too assume that omnipotence is the only way. We could have been conceived by some alien experiment, but nobody will ever know for sure. It's just stupid too assume that there is some magical god that was the cause.
User avatar #251 - zaperzero (10/13/2012) [-]
>Some magical god
>magical
>THIS IS SCIENCE MOTHERFUCKER!
I just wrote two posts about how this is scientifically possible.
User avatar #226 - evanbinns (10/13/2012) [-]
Wow, I actually put historical writings. Please go ahead and replace that with any of the following words. (Fictional, ancient, fake, made-up, crazy, hilarious, ohmygodwhy.jpg)
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