Originally posted by kykweer
What's the difference between agree and strongly agree?
Surely you either agree or don't. Yes or no.
I think black and white thinking is the problem with many humans.
The world is made up of a gradiant.
This survey demonstrated something interesting. Anyone whom strongly agreed or disagreed on anything should actually be put in the same catagory
overall...the questions, though based in either a religious or scientific context, are still open to speculation...so anyone strongly agreeing or
disagreeing, no matter the question, are the ones running on faith.
The more neutralish (not neutral though) ones are the ones with the most open mind...so, check the results again, and instead of looking at the
questions, look at the far end statistics for the actual belief based people on ATS
then that is absolute bull, look around you, do you not see what you might call, 'accidents of nature' or if you prefer, a 'God working in
mysterious ways' the ultimate cliche's, ad nauseum. No wonder the percentage.
Why not this question, If I go to heaven would I be justified in trying to beat the crap out of God for the particular problems handed to me on Earth?
and, in doing so he sends me down to Hell, when I then proceed to beat the crap out of the Devil, who is another prat, but does not know what to do
with me, and sends me back up again and so on ad infinitum. There is no such thing as the right answer.
Too many are programmed by the elite running this planet and corrupting science, with their own kind of dogma, such as big bang, dirty iceball comets,
etc. Its an electric universe, and for those who want to explore the logical explanations thunderbolt is a great website and makes very good videos
on youtube as well.
Thunderbolts the Electric Universe and Plasma Physics
Debunking Misconceptions About the Electric Universe - PART ONE
Wallace Thornhill in the last video: "One of the key signatures of an electric current is the magnetic field that it generates.
And once we got spacecraft outside the earth's environment....what we found was a threaded with magnetic effects. And when radio astronomers looked
at things in deep space.....is that they were receiving radio signals which shows that there were magnetic fields threading galaxies and also
associated with stars ....The fact that its emitting radio signals shows...that it cannot maintain the magnetic field without an electric power being
In addition its also a holographic universe, and that means, its a technology, and has Creator(s).
Deep thinking and studying whats under the hood with the coding and programs, ie. the library of this planet, will reveal there seems to be oppositon,
night/day, charity/selfishness, and this is a school. There is only one path to happiness.
So, alot of programming in these answers.
Time to open the mind, and look into other theories.
Hint, the 4 comets nasa studied in depth were clean, no water or less than .5% and carried a charge. They emit xrays. Capacitors. Note, electricity
is the only thing that creates a magnetic field in a laboratory, also, the plasma discharges in laboratories and in plasmology woud = nebula's.
A very disappointing survey. Soo many on ATS..seemingly the majority, are belief based verses having a opinion but open for anything that adds or
subtracts from it.
Having a strong opinion on a questions of science that is yet to be bulletproof, or faith that has no proof at all means you are ultimately a
fundamentalist and irrational in a system of beliefs....like you have supernatural knowledge of the truth.
I expected more from you ATS...tisk tisk....and don't think your getting off simply because the majority of you at least strongly believe in the
science over the religious...still got some work to do!
150 years and yet (secular) scientist's have yet to find the "missing link" Why? because its not there Duh! this is causing the evolution theory to
fall apart if anything...
(i say secular because not all scientists believe in the evolution myth)
Charles Darwin's grandfather, Dr. Erasmus Darwin, was a Mason. Charles' brothers were Masons. Some suggest Charles, an atheist,may have been a Grand
Orient Mason, but there are no records, conveniently destroyed perhaps? It makes you wonder why The British Masonic Royal Society promoted the theory
of Charles Darwin through Free-mason, Dr. Thomas H. Huxley. In 1850. I guess it fitted perfectly into there agenda of eugenics and a New world order
so they went along with it, even though the masons themselves are wise to it being a lie (they worship Lucifer).
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Originally posted by snarfbot
i prefer to believe in something greater than "it is because it does"
I prefer to believe I am a superhero.
Beliefs based on what we like is fun, isn't it.
and its sad that people would choose to believe in nothing rather than something.
I think people generally want answers, not beliefs. beliefs tend to dismiss eventual answers. Feel free to have beliefs if you want, just know the
difference between a belief and a wish, in the way you use it, is just spelling.
I think that it brings up an interesting point...how many of you feel this way? I personally think it could be true. We would all do well to remember
that ther are "believers" on both sides of the aisle. (If you know what i mean...)
Not being argumentative, really i'm not, but i don't actually 'believe' in some profound explanation of how we came to be here at all...i do hold
what i think are more likely scenarios though, but that's a lot different to a belief.
Originally posted by spikey
So, correct me if i'm wrong, but basically what you're saying here is that you believe all human life is the result of an incestuous interbreeding
of Adam's children?
In one manner of speaking, yes.
However, it can also be assumed that the entire human race (according to Genesis 7) comes from Noah, his wife, and his three sons and their wives.
However, we still have some incest and interbreeding issues.
150 years and yet secular scientist's have yet to find the "missing link" because its not there? Duh!.
You have got to be kidding, surely.
150 years is nothing.
It's a big planet, and there are relatively few searching for this link.
If all 7 billion of us did nothing else but search for a missing link on a planet the size of a country like Iceland, i'd agree with you...but your
example is like saying 'Pffff...5 minutes you've been looking for a shooting star, and still you haven't found one, as proof there are no micro
(you do believe in micro meteorites...don't you? Just checking)
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