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humblebum Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Apr-08-10 11:15 AM
Response to Reply #7
10. then "something" always existed, which begs the question
Is/was IT alive or not?
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  -Intelligent design Venn diagram Silent3  Apr-08-10 12:24 AM   #0 
  - Brilliant! That really sums it up! Well done. nt.  Speck Tater   Apr-08-10 12:34 AM   #1 
  - I'd love to post it on my Facebook too...  Beako   Apr-08-10 12:47 AM   #2 
  - excellent ! n/t  la la   Apr-08-10 01:49 AM   #3 
  - How foolish are some people to not realize that something just  humblebum   Apr-08-10 09:54 AM   #4 
  - Why do they have to invent a phantom intelligent being to explain it?  Iggo   Apr-08-10 10:20 AM   #5 
  - Are you attempting to be facetious here?  iris27   Apr-08-10 10:26 AM   #6 
  - Where did your god come from, then?  trotsky   Apr-08-10 10:35 AM   #7 
  - then "something" always existed, which begs the question  humblebum   Apr-08-10 11:15 AM   #10 
     - You didn't answer my question.  trotsky   Apr-08-10 11:50 AM   #11 
        - Perhaps he'll just rephrase...  Silent3   Apr-08-10 08:53 PM   #23 
           - Maybe, but then I'm sure I am way too stupid...  trotsky   Apr-09-10 07:39 AM   #29 
              - Well now let's see... If it wasn't a god... then it must be... Oh yeah...  humblebum   Apr-09-10 04:46 PM   #30 
                 - Can you say "false dichotomy"?  trotsky   Apr-09-10 07:37 PM   #32 
                 - Can you say " It's all an educated guess"? Somehow I don't think you can. nt  humblebum   Apr-09-10 07:43 PM   #33 
                    - You tell me what's "educated" about saying "goddidit."  trotsky   Apr-09-10 07:51 PM   #34 
                       - An educated guess leading to that conclusion would be the logical empiricism  humblebum   Apr-09-10 08:05 PM   #35 
                          - Ah yes, the same "answer" you've kept trying over and over.  trotsky   Apr-10-10 07:07 AM   #37 
                             - That "field of study" has been in existence far longer than  humblebum   Apr-10-10 05:45 PM   #40 
                                - Yet another substance-free response  Silent3   Apr-10-10 09:18 PM   #42 
                                   - You have shown that you are incapable of conducting a coherent,  humblebum   Apr-10-10 09:52 PM   #43 
                                      - Forget about me...  Silent3   Apr-10-10 10:03 PM   #44 
                 - How is it you just don't get that you're just replacing one unknown...  Silent3   Apr-09-10 08:37 PM   #36 
                    - Sorry, nitpick.  trotsky   Apr-10-10 07:08 AM   #38 
                       - Damn  Silent3   Apr-10-10 09:55 AM   #39 
  - Something has to have popped into being from nothingness...  Silent3   Apr-08-10 10:48 AM   #8 
     - If you say something popped into being from nothingness  humblebum   Apr-08-10 11:12 AM   #9 
     - Then you aren't familiar with the laws of physics, I'm afraid.  trotsky   Apr-08-10 11:53 AM   #12 
     - You are still not dealing with true "nothingness" nt  humblebum   Apr-08-10 01:41 PM   #14 
        - And neither are you. n/t  trotsky   Apr-08-10 01:48 PM   #15 
     - The only point I'm trying to "win" is that proposing God...  Silent3   Apr-08-10 12:32 PM   #13 
        - You are still addressing the question from a basically positivist  humblebum   Apr-08-10 01:50 PM   #16 
           - If there's a strong case, make it  Silent3   Apr-08-10 03:23 PM   #17 
              - Actually, I do subscribe to the positivist or post-positivist view as  humblebum   Apr-08-10 06:40 PM   #20 
                 - You keep repeating that this "evidence" is there...  Silent3   Apr-08-10 08:11 PM   #21 
                    - What I've said so far was to try and explain how using different epistemologies  humblebum   Apr-08-10 09:05 PM   #24 
                       - Well, gee, Professor, let's see you demonstrate your expertise...  Silent3   Apr-08-10 09:18 PM   #25 
                          - It's pretty obvious you have nothing to add to the conversation, so  humblebum   Apr-08-10 10:48 PM   #26 
                             - The man who has nothing to say tells me I have nothing to add.  Silent3   Apr-08-10 10:56 PM   #27 
     - 2 good points  AlecBGreen   Apr-08-10 03:32 PM   #18 
  - Look, there's Ben Stein!  charlie   Apr-08-10 05:01 PM   #19 
  - "Do not the Unbelievers see that the heavens and the earth were joined together  ironbark   Apr-08-10 08:53 PM   #22 
  - Haha! Beautiful.  frogmarch   Apr-08-10 11:35 PM   #28 
  - Like.  Ready4Change   Apr-09-10 05:27 PM   #31 
  - K & R  Christa   Apr-10-10 05:58 PM   #41 
 

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