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    Quote Originally Posted by RNG View Post
    Is it possible? No.

    Thanks to Betteridge's Law of Headlines.
    Heh heh. Good point. On the other hand...


    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/...ory/787140001/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Larrikin View Post
    Weather religions have been around for millennia.
    There is no "weather religion" under discussion here. Get your tinfoil hat cleaned.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Larrikin View Post
    ... and communists have taken advantage of that.
    Get your tinfoil hat cleaned.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Larrikin View Post
    Whether you’ve figured it out or not most religious people are liberals.
    To you, anyone you do not like is a "liberal" and/or a "communist." Get the hat cleaned.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Larrikin View Post
    Now you’re being pedantic.
    More etymological.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Larrikin View Post
    It's possible that Europe is the actual cradle of humanity instead of Africa.

    See article here:

    9.7m-year-old teeth suggest Europe is cradle of humanity | Daily Mail Online


    The German teeth are twice as old as previously found African skeletons.


    The KKK has been saying that for years.
    Do you have an agenda?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Jeffrey View Post
    There is no "weather religion" under discussion here.
    Yes there is. You can see it being discussed in my last reply to you.

    Get your tinfoil hat cleaned.
    Nice placard.

    Get your tinfoil hat cleaned.
    I’ll take your placard and raise you a Forbes:

    The idea that human beings have changed and are changing the basic climate system of the Earth through their industrial activities and burning of fossil fuels–the essence of the Greens’ theory of global warming–has about as much basis in science as Marxism and Freudianism. Global warming, like Marxism, is a political theory of actions, demanding compliance with its rules.

    Those who buy in to global warming wish to drastically curb human economic and industrial activities, regardless of the consequences for people, especially the poor. If the theory’s conclusions are accepted and agreed upon, the destructive results will be felt most severely in those states that adhere to the rule of law and will observe restrictions most faithfully. The global warming activists’ target is the U.S. If America is driven to accept crippling restraints on its economy it will rapidly become unable to shoulder its burdens as the world’s sole superpower and ultimate defender of human freedoms. We shall all suffer, however, as progress falters and then ceases and living standards decline.

    https://www.forbes.com/forbes/2008/1006/025.html

    To you, anyone you do not like is a "liberal" and/or a "communist." Get the hat cleaned.
    Not so. My mother is a liberal (strong one) as is most of my family and my best friends. It’s not easy to find conservatives growing up in Melbourne. Now I’m on the Gold Coast and surrounded by conservatives. Enjoying the sun and the surf. Kicking back. Still love my family and friends though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Larrikin View Post
    Nice placard.
    An accurate description of you and your conspiracy theory nonsense.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Larrikin View Post
    I’ll take your placard and raise you a Forbes:
    Supporting your opinion with another opinion is completely unimpressive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Jeffrey View Post
    An accurate description of you and your conspiracy theory nonsense.
    Nice placard.


    Supporting your opinion with another opinion is completely unimpressive.
    Show me an intelligent human who hasn't supported his opinion with another opinion , including all the luminaries of science and the Founding Fathers.

    I'm waiting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Larrikin View Post
    Nice placard.
    And still an accurate description.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Larrikin View Post
    Show me an intelligent human who hasn't supported his opinion with another opinion, including all the luminaries of science and the Founding Fathers.
    Your "opinion" has nothing to do with science, nor does the one you cited.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Jeffrey View Post
    Your "opinion" has nothing to do with science, nor does the one you cited.
    Couldn't find anyone, eh? I guess that's checkmate then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Larrikin View Post
    Couldn't find anyone, eh? I guess that's checkmate then.
    I do not need to find anyone. You are making non-factual statements. Facts do not care what your opinion is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spookycolt View Post
    When I took my one anthropology class the professor said there were multiple theories about how life spread out.

    She said the common belief was that they originated in Africa but a competing theory said that life sprung up all over the world at roughly the same time.

    Its beginning to look like that second theory is becoming more credible.






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    Anthropologists are dorks.

    Many contemporaries of H.P. Lovecrafts time (1930-40s) believed African Americans were inferior. Hence - this influence of Howard Philips racist views.Lovecraft later apologized to his small circle of intellectual friends. Still that is no excuse. I still do not forgive Pres. LBJ for using 'negro' - I don't care if it was the accepted term of the day!

    What a bunch of ignoramuses !

    Lovecraft suffered a number of strange incurable physical maladies, perhaps some were psychological, (i.e.) an undiagnosed manic depression, compulsive letter writing, stacks of letters to associates, some mutttering nonsense. Psychology was barbaric - "neurosis" was used as a term but is now considered archaic and outdated diagnosis. Even Hemingway was given a barbaric number (as high as 4 dozen) electric shock treatments before he died of suicide - and it can be argued these shock treatments drove him insane not alcoholism.




    HAPPY HALLOWEEN ...

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