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Aurora Snow on the last taboo in porn...race

Started this discussion. Last reply by TJ on Tuesday. 17 Replies

Contrary to what many people seem to assume, science has shown that people who watch porn, far from having backward attitudes toward women's rights, tend to be on average far more liberal on women's…Continue

If God exists...

Started this discussion. Last reply by SteveInCO Feb 5. 2 Replies

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Unseen commented on proudAthiest's blog post '1400 years of human right violation'
"There are only two kinds of rights (unless you are religious and derive rights methaphysically): 1) legislated and 2) imaginary. So, a governing body can pass a law establishing a right or you can apply a right you think people ought to have…"
4 hours ago
Unseen commented on Davis Goodman's blog post 'Gravitational waves'
"Wikipedia list of major discoveries and advances in astronomy."
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Unseen commented on Simon Paynton's photo
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"Is that supposed to be Hanuman? "
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SteveInCO replied to Unseen's discussion 'What to do about American police'
"More concretely, I think the trend towards body and dash cams should be encouraged.  It has been found to reduce complaints considerably.  A cynic might say that's because the police are better behaved when they know they're…"
6 hours ago
SteveInCO replied to Unseen's discussion 'What to do about American police'
"I agree, it's a "man bites dog" sort of thing, either way."
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Unseen commented on Davis Goodman's blog post 'Gravitational waves'
"We now have the possibility of gravity telescopy, which might allow us to "see" dark matter and energy: Gravitational telescopes could even allow us to study the gravitational waves left over from the Big Bang. This method of detection…"
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"Simon, I think it's actually mushroom magic. "
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Unseen replied to Unseen's discussion 'What to do about American police'
"Suing the cop has become standard procedure. Suing the decedent's family (or countersuing, if that's what it turns out to be) is relatively new. "
14 hours ago
SteveInCO replied to Unseen's discussion 'What to do about American police'
"Technically he's countersuing them...they are already suing him."
16 hours ago
matt.clerke replied to Unseen's discussion 'What to do about American police'
"This is the most interesting part, to me. Basically (I haven't read it so I'm assuming) sueing them for playing the race card when it wasn't a racial issue. Maybe this can help put a stop to the endless "race issues" that…"
22 hours ago
Unseen replied to Belle Rose's discussion 'John Lennox'
"I wasn't surprised to discover that Lennox is a mathematician. Mathematics is a field where empiricism does NOT reign supreme. I can almost understand a mathematician looking at how mathematically-compatible the universe is, with a relatively…"
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What to do about American police

Ex-NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani didn't much like Beyonce's politically-charged performance in Sunday's Super Bowl halftime show.He makes some good points. But I can see both sides. This is how bad things have become.With the rise of the smartphone with its built-in video recording capacity, we are becoming witness to ugly police behavior. We know that on the one hand it's common,…See More
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Unseen replied to Stijn Bruers's discussion 'A quasi-objective morality without God: the anti-arbitrariness principle'
"Part of my argument is prescriptive. Language is better and can be more precise when distinctions are made.  Using two terms interchangeably weakens language in that regard."
yesterday
Unseen replied to Stijn Bruers's discussion 'A quasi-objective morality without God: the anti-arbitrariness principle'
"I heard it "Don't be a dick.""
yesterday
Unseen replied to Stijn Bruers's discussion 'A quasi-objective morality without God: the anti-arbitrariness principle'
"Common usage is how we understand each other. Chaotic usage is confusing. So, yeah, I refer to how we use language."
Wednesday
Unseen replied to Stijn Bruers's discussion 'A quasi-objective morality without God: the anti-arbitrariness principle'
"Oh, and an article without even a by line makes something true. Nobody felt confident enough to say "I wrote this." I'll have to remember that because article authors can't be dunces. When a religion prescribes or proscribes…"
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MA in Philosophy. I call myself an atheistic agnostic. In other words, I'm atheist until someone proves I'm wrong.
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65-70
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I followed a link on twitter
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Why you left your religion.
Strangely, you don't include the most obvious answer: God doesn't appear to exist, even as a possibility.
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followed a link I saw on twitter

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Scientists are now admitting that nuclear power is greener than other alternatives

Posted on January 8, 2015 at 12:29pm 36 Comments

The full read from which the following quote is taken is here.

Nuclear power is one of the least damaging sources of energy for the environment, and the green movement must accept its expansion if the world is to…

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A great number of paradoxes, starting with Scroedinger's cat

Posted on April 18, 2014 at 8:00pm 1 Comment

I'm sorry, but I had to stop listening to this bit at about the fourth paradox due to being out of breath from laughing. How long can you last?

Famous last words. No...really!

Posted on February 6, 2014 at 6:30pm 1 Comment

I found a website where Texas lists every capital execution from 1982 on. One of the more interesting things about it is that it includes any last statements the prisoners made. Interesting reading. Lots of "foxhole converts" among them, I note.

OBAMACARE Is Better Than You Think

Posted on September 24, 2013 at 11:40am 1 Comment

In just one week the main part of Obamacare will begin to kick in. This is the state level exchanges that will allow the uninsured to be covered. Beginning on October 1, people will be able to sign up to get insurance in their state regardless of their health.

Most people signing up on the exchanges will qualify for subsidies based on their income and family size. This means that the cost of insurance will be less than the advertised price.

This is good…

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At 4:38am on December 26, 2015, Royce Earnest Rasmussen said…

Thank you!

At 3:26pm on December 14, 2014, Virgil said…

You and I got off to a bad start and I almost gave up on AT cuz of it.  I'm glad I didn't.  Amazing how much you and I agree on besides views on how jobs are created, the meaning of wealth and what produces it. All of that I believe about those things are from my personal experience in the past 5 years since becoming a civilian. I believe in them more today than ever before but all that is teeny minor crap compared to my core convictions.  The main reason I argued with you about that was the wrong reason to to argue.  I was offended on a personal level by things you said and I gave into that & put my anger ahead of reason. 

Interrogation.  Please point out any errors in you see in my reasoning.... (why ask, you'll do it even if I don't ask hahahaha!)

my last tour 2009 in Afgh I was a E4, a corporal, just one tiny small guy the big picture. When I heard this report was coming out I thought "oh shit!  This is going to get nasty!"  But wait... "nasty" is a relative term. As a war vet, my idea of nasty in regards to what could have been in that report  is waaaaaaaaay different from Joe Civilian's definition of nasty.  In fact my definition of nasty info on EIT would be impossible for him to wrap his head around and not break out in a chicken little dance. 

There's no damned way Feinstein & the others with that report know less about EIT than I do unless the CIA and armed forces have been totally lying to them.  That's just not possible. 

I've read all I can find for details, watched TV for the hot talking points and I have come to the conclusion that whole report just about has to be a psyop to cover ALLLLLLLLL the shit guys like me know and all the shit guys like me don't know.  For me there hasn't been ONE DETAIL in that report that was newsy or nasty.  I really feel what's going on is a well planned magician's trick that starts  off with him saying, "watch me cut off my right hand" to distract everyone IN THE WORLD while they sneak a 60 ton plaid elephant across the stage. 

This isn't a conspiracy theory about some secret plot from the Obama white house.  This is a theory about possibly pulling off a great Intel move to benefit the very people and programs that it's supposed to be making the focus of world wide outrage. 

But wait.  There's more.

There were things in that report that were totally ridiculous and almost funny when you thin about them.  ONLY  dummasses would fall for some of the shit AND the media and none of the "experts" have even tried to point the silly shit out. 

Think. The report says next to no vital intel has been obtained through EIT.  It says most of the intel obtained is lies told under torture.  I don't recall ONE time in my whole 22 months in Afgh when we were told, "get your guns and let's go find some bad guys to shoot." Every time we did anything se went out to specific places looking at specific times, to look for specific people, specific things and act like we were just dumb gyrines who didn't know what we were looking for. One time we did a four hour search on a small 6 house village before "noticing" the exact item we'd been shown satellite images of sitting right in our way the whole time.   Sooooo where did that intel come from?  The pentagon must be using psychics and have consult fortune tellers.  ...........  That's just one example.  One time we were rushed out to set up a  fake road check, told what car to look for, who would be in it and make sure its 4 tires were blown out 1 km before the road block so the occupants would have to get out and walk after all traffic on the road was stopped to prevent them from hitching rides.  When we go the guys back to base there were interesting guys there. After a staged accidental explosion the 3

At 9:06pm on September 19, 2014, Davis Goodman said…

Can't believe we weren't official friends here all this time!!!!

At 3:34am on September 2, 2014, Demetrius Alcala said…

You stole CBS

At 7:51am on August 10, 2014, Brandon Bissell said…

Yeah thanks. I was hoping to talk to you about something so I'll send a message soon.

At 10:30pm on March 25, 2014, Justin said…

ah yes Im new to it, thank u

At 2:58am on March 25, 2014, EMil Wentzel said…

Thanks :)

I'm still feeling my way around, glad to see so many wonderful positive and active voices here :)

At 11:56am on February 7, 2014, Reg The Fronkey Farmer said…

Thanks for the add Unseen. We took long enough lol...

At 2:46pm on August 30, 2013, Beth said…

Nice to meet you too!

At 4:25am on March 3, 2013, Gregg R Thomas said…

You Tyrant You.  LOL

Oh well at least we now have Richard Bohn, I wonder how long he will last. :D

 
 
 

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