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    Carbon Dating is not a "simple" way of proving...

    Carbon Dating is not a "simple" way of proving the age of this Earth. It is another in a long line of hypotheticals. Faith in Christ being who he said he was is quite easy to reject.
    Rejecting...
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    These are exactly the points I was making. There...

    These are exactly the points I was making. There are just too many people who never question the credibility of the scientists who make these types of determinations while being sure to put a muzzle...
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    The world being a "big place" is about as...

    The world being a "big place" is about as irrelevant as nearly everything else you posted. CO2 emissions in the past also add to the uncertainty and fallability of testing(you ever hear of Co2...
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    Huh? Tens of thousands of years? Apparently, you...

    Huh? Tens of thousands of years? Apparently, you have not looked at the data used for determining life and half life of isotopes. The data used to measure aging processes is predicated on...
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    I listened to a debate the other day and heard...

    I listened to a debate the other day and heard Harry Reid insist that it is his responsibility to create jobs, only to hear his opponent correct him by saying that it is NOT his responsibility to...
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    Radiometric dating in peril?

    It is assumed on a regular basis that the age of animals, fossils and strata are millions and billions of years, yet the manner in which evolutionary(secular) scientists arrive at these conclusions...
  7. Thread: POVERTY

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    Oh. Ok gotcha

    Oh. Ok gotcha
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    Speeches or basic tenants of truth do not have to...

    Speeches or basic tenants of truth do not have to be "new" to generate wisdom. And as the author noted, usually there is a time when the wisdom is harvested.
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    You are comparing apples and oranges....

    You are comparing apples and oranges. Demonstrations are allowed within certain confines or they are not considered "demonstrations" but riots.
    They are also monitored by law enforcement and people...
  10. Thread: POVERTY

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    I think you missed my point. Economies rely on a...

    I think you missed my point. Economies rely on a balance between consuming and producing. Look at this country and our export numbers over the past decades and compare those export numbers to our...
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    The article has an element of brutal honesty that...

    The article has an element of brutal honesty that I find refreshing.
    The fact that the speaker is suggesting that these kids are all naive and will change with time and life experiences is downright...
  12. Thread: POVERTY

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    One takes care of the other. Let me put it in...

    One takes care of the other. Let me put it in simple terms.
    If you manage a household budget whereby you see your revenue (tax income) reduced, your spending must be reduced to account for the...
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    You cannot even begin to have an intelligent...

    You cannot even begin to have an intelligent discussion about economics without discussing PRODUCTION and it's essential relevance. Too many times I read people talking about consumption and how it...
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    I'm sorry but just because you claim to not have...

    I'm sorry but just because you claim to not have enough area to pray does not give you free reign to violate the rights and privileges of others to freely come and go.
    That's not spin either. If...
  15. Thread: Boehner

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    I like Boehner. He seems to be a rare breed in...

    I like Boehner. He seems to be a rare breed in modern day politics. He worked for everything he has and he certainly makes no apologies for his ideology.
    I'm not suprised to witness the attacks on...
  16. To directly answer the question...the TXV is a...

    To directly answer the question...the TXV is a valve that opens and closes to meter refrigerant based on changing temperatures sensed at a location near the valve itself.
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    I use the design temps given since they are based...

    I use the design temps given since they are based on over a century of data.
    However, I do alter other variables like latent load (especially people) and miscellaneous loads (heat generating...
  18. The only definite way to measure your energy...

    The only definite way to measure your energy savings is by measuring consumption and performance of the old system and comparing it to the consumption and performance of the new system. Since that is...
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    Nah, not really. No more a moron than the elected...

    Nah, not really. No more a moron than the elected liberals he criticizes.
    All this rhetoric about truth and distortion in politics is a monumental waste of time. Everyone knows they lie just as...
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    Any one of the Beatles had more creativity in...

    Any one of the Beatles had more creativity in their bunghole than Elvis had in his entire body.
  21. Thread: Media Bias

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    Apparently you've never heard the old adage,...

    Apparently you've never heard the old adage, "Follow the money trail", have you? Do you really believe a journalist would throw money at a political candidate or support already elected candidates...
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    I think the reason we don't read liberal atheists...

    I think the reason we don't read liberal atheists denouncing Islamic extremism is because no one here would be offended by it. Some people simply get off on the fact that faith and belief in Christ...
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    I'm not a big fan of Wal-Mart, but I do think...

    I'm not a big fan of Wal-Mart, but I do think there has been a bit of a witch hunt om them for their labor practices because they have adamantly refused to submit to unionization. I admire Sam Walton...
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    This is true and a very good point which I shall...

    This is true and a very good point which I shall repeat for the brain-farters.....:) Faith may be a saving grace, but without SERVICE to God and men is faith really enough?
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    It's the liberal way of suggesting a crime...

    It's the liberal way of suggesting a crime existed even though he was exonerated.
    All of them are lying crooks and it wasn't public service that made them the way they are....it just made them...
  26. If you take a closer look at the stimulus money...

    If you take a closer look at the stimulus money allocations involving tax cuts, it's easy to see why the market and job growth are not being served.
    When you cut taxes for middle and lower income...
  27. Tax cuts may be 37% of the stimulus package,but...

    Tax cuts may be 37% of the stimulus package,but socialized spending amounts to 45% of the allocated money for ARRA. Also note that there is ample evidence to support the lack of job growth by simply...
  28. I think it's relevant to ask which programs have...

    I think it's relevant to ask which programs have or will bear fruit.
    The Iraq War and the spending associated with it have turned in what type of result?
    Now, ask the same question about our...
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    I kinda' like Mrs Rebs attitude on this one...

    I kinda' like Mrs Rebs attitude on this one because having a job or two beats the crud out of sitting on your butt, but I agree with Daytona. Those places give me the heebie-jeebies. I remember a guy...
  30. LMAO. I love reading your responses. Not only are...

    LMAO. I love reading your responses. Not only are they witty, but they are intelligent and honest. You're a dude I could hoist a few brew ski's with.
    I think pagey was one of those people weeping...
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    The word has been out on Wally-World for quite...

    The word has been out on Wally-World for quite some time and their unfair practices have been widely publicized for over a decade. Comparing their practices to those of Microsoft is just ridiculous. ...
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    Tax cuts for individuals amounted to 237 billion...

    Tax cuts for individuals amounted to 237 billion and tax cuts for companies totaled 51 billion. The problem with ARRA is that it was killing any chance of creating more jobs from the outset because...
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    Lame

    Lame
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    As noted previously, no one is arguing the...

    As noted previously, no one is arguing the constitutionality of building a mosque in close proximity to the WTC site. It's an issue of a very sensitive nature and that alone should be enough for the...
  35. Doofus...you're a liberal troll...and a very bad...

    Doofus...you're a liberal troll...and a very bad one at that.:deadhorse:
  36. This is jim's patented response to anyone who is...

    This is jim's patented response to anyone who is critical of his worthless posts.
    I thought mrs. Reb's response was quite fitting. She is calling you out on your dysfunction and lack of awareness...
  37. Nah, "we" is a term you use to try and insinuate...

    Nah, "we" is a term you use to try and insinuate that others are agreeable with your way of thinking. Yet, from the looks of the responses I see aimed at you, there is no "we" at all. LMAO
    You...
  38. What's this "we" crap? The subject of the OP has...

    What's this "we" crap? The subject of the OP has nothing to with what I'm for or against. Let's not get sidetracked with dumb questions. The article is an indictment of science, peer review and...
  39. That's funny Daytona. I think the article raises...

    That's funny Daytona. I think the article raises a lot of questions about the credibility of the scientific community and what motivates them. Since funding is paramount to their causes, it's...
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    You really are wrong on this one....and very...

    You really are wrong on this one....and very badly wrong.
    You really should learn a least a small portion of humility.
    You are coming off like an antagonist jerk on this thread, geerair.
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    LMAO. That's funny. I'm with you on this one...

    LMAO. That's funny. I'm with you on this one Roboteq. I won't address the points you have made until I study the text carefully.
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    It's OK to be skeptical...within reason. It's not...

    It's OK to be skeptical...within reason. It's not unusual for science to take baby steps in processes that occasionally yield great results. Sure, there will be plenty of belly flops, but that is a...
  43. Fabrication, falsification and plagiarism?

    I thought this article was especially important for those who are inclined to give peer reviewed science a free pass on a regular basis.
    ...
  44. I agree with Geerair but maybe for different...

    I agree with Geerair but maybe for different reasons. If homosexuality is a sin in the eyes of God, why do we have indisputable evidence that many homosexuals are born with gay traits? Marriage in...
  45. People do not need support or justification for...

    People do not need support or justification for feeling the way they feel. They are entitled to their feelings regardless of what your interpretation, correct or not, of biblical text may be.
    You...
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    You are misrepresenting the teachings of Quran...

    You are misrepresenting the teachings of Quran and I, as a Christian, am not going for it. I've read the Quran. The Quran says about the prohibition of murder..."..Take not life, which Allah hath...
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    Hardly a legacy to the Bush admin and more a...

    Hardly a legacy to the Bush admin and more a legacy to the idea espoused by Clinton/Gore that dealing with terrorist entities was a matter for law authorities and not our military. Gore and Clinton...
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    Neither is flying planes into buildings a Muslim...

    Neither is flying planes into buildings a Muslim act. Every single religion known to humanity contains extremists who, in no way at all, are part of the religion they claim as their own.
    When you...
  49. Yeah, I missed the sarcasm but not the general...

    Yeah, I missed the sarcasm but not the general point.
    You are contradicting yourself. You insist that tax stimulus is a terrible form of stimulus in general, yet you make the point that Obama is not...
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    When the state of Israel was created by the...

    When the state of Israel was created by the League of Nations in 1948, a condition for a separate Palestinian (Arab) state was included as part of the deal. The Arabs turned down the offer. In fact,...
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