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Religion/ belief in God is largely genetic & spiritual feelings are actually neural

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posted on Feb, 19 2007 @ 01:41 PM
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NOGRADDER [THE CORE's REFLECTION] REDDRAGON


Ooh.. you just got slain by the sword of the lord twice fold!


cheeers god's children, even the deniers.




posted on Feb, 19 2007 @ 01:44 PM
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By the same style, one could derive my name as meaning that im an annoying little @#$.

runetang, -e = runtang

flip the tang, = gnat

run gnat! begone!



posted on Feb, 20 2007 @ 01:29 PM
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Originally posted by Esoteric Teacher
quote: Originally posted by RedDragon

Originally posted by RedDragon


Some current studies use neuroimaging to localize brain regions active, or differentially active, during experiences that subjects associate with "spiritual" feelings or images. . David Wulf, a psychologist at Wheaton College, Massachusetts, suggests that current brain imaging studies, along with the consistency of spiritual experiences across cultures, history, and religions, "suggest a common core that is likely a reflection of structures and processes in the human brain", echoing McKinney's primary thesis that feelings associated with religious experience are normal aspects of brain function under extreme circumstances rather than communication from God.
en.wikipedia.org...



Perhaps you are right Red Dragon:

"suggest a common core that is likely a reflection of structures and processes in the human brain"

Yes, perhaps there is a common core. Perhaps that common core is God.

"Likely a reflection of structures and processes in the human brain"

Yes, perhaps there are reflections of structures and processes ......

No Grade Dear

I hear no "e" from the silent "e" in the word "grade". i remove it.

No Grad Dear

I hear no "a" from the silent "a" in the word "Dear". i remove it.

No Grad Der = Nogradder

NOGRADDER [THE CORE's REFLECTION] REDDRAGON






Unless you have a speech impediment, you pronounce the a softly in dear.



posted on Feb, 20 2007 @ 01:42 PM
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Originally posted by RedDragon
Unless you have a speech impediment, you pronounce the a softly in dear.


Other than your opinion, could you please provide a source for this information?

Perhaps it is due to upringing, having a speech impediment, or some other adopted form of illogical dysfunction, but i believe ...

peer, sphere, leer, jeer, beer, steer and mere all rhyme with the word dear, and they have no "a" in them.

But, if i do have a speech impediment, it is due to being taught that dear is pronounced deer, not with any "a" sound.

Concerning pronunciation:



dear [ deer ]

Etymology: Middle English "dere"

Sources / Links:
encarta.msn.com...
www.m-w.com...


If i have a speech impediment, so do those who are considered experts in regards to languages and pronunciations.

[edit on 20-2-2007 by Esoteric Teacher]



posted on Feb, 25 2007 @ 07:44 AM
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yes, its DEEEEEER (Dee-er) or DAAAAARE (D-air)


not DEEEEEEAAAAR (Dee-Air)



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