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So in other words if it isn't good, it can't be true?
I don't want to derail the other debate here with others :-)
If you put your stamina towards good things, they shall come
*Why try proving fiction with fiction when their is so many interesting facts w/ evidence?
By the way itereo, the only thing I'm admitting to be a mistake was trying to use subject matter that I had no references for, not for the choice of the subject matter.
And then, finally, after pressing you on the subject every time you made a claim about "blue laminate", you finally confessed:
I allready told you it was a mistake. You must live a flawless life and never make mistakes.
So now you're claiming that it wasn't a mistake, so you must have some explicit objective evidence of the "blue laminate" that you can provide?
Originally posted by iterationzero
reply to post by itsthetooth
I looked at each of them, they all had information about the where abouts of the tablets.
So the tablets were found in Egypt, England, and the Southwestern US. Yes, all of those are absolutely reliable sources. You just don't seem to understand that claiming to have information about the location of the original tablets inscribed with the ten commandments isn't the same as actually having information about the location.
Either that or you still haven't actually read them, except to do a quick search for the word "tablet" and hope that no one else would read them. And one of the sites you keep linking to is a humor site and makes a point of stating that the article is a spoof. You're actually pushing into the territory of having negative credibility -- that someone is more likely to believe the exact opposite of what you claim, just because it's you that claimed it.