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originally posted by: IpoopThere4IAM
" The great thing about science is, it's true, whether you believe it or not. "
- Neil Degrasse Tyson.
originally posted by: randyvs
a reply to: eisegesis
As this post will probably make me more unpopular, I don't really care. That is the way I see it.
If I'm the winner of some popularity poll that I'm unaware of darlin?
I'm sure it would only be in a negative light.
originally posted by: GetHyped
Selection bias. You ever go to call someone on your phone and as you reach for your phone, that person calls you? Wierd, huh? Except the countless other times that doesn't happen aren't memorable.
My pint glass doesn't line up with the size of the sun, along with countless other mundane things that aren't interesting coincidences. But we don't pay heed to them, only novelty. It is thus foolish to draw anything from such coincidences, especially the silly idea that they are proof of your personal god.
Did God intend just for the present generation to witness it?
I won't even need to go into the fact whereby so many eclipses and blood
moons are occuring in these times on sacred Jewish festivals.
Just more coincidence
originally posted by: 3n19m470
a reply to: peter vlar
So we "just happened" to be at the exact point in history where the moon perfectly covers the sun? Right at the point where we have the knowledge to begin to understand such things as orbital mechanics?
Sounds like another one of those strange coincidences.