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high definition hauntavirus adjective by Char0n on April 10th, 2014, 12:00 am
so ive been doing some spring cleaning... i've heard from billy collins that if you clean first and write later you get some kinda 'good' result... then again you look at someone like hunter s. tomPson... go all gonzo ... the human cannon ball... the rubber chicken... wait no that's fozzy... then again my highschool theology teacher told us all to be Real... nothing more... Real...
also... i've invested 150$ american in two tablet computers... one memory card... and a few apps and such... its interesting... cause i just got the second one today and i come to find out that the little warped friggin camera, the one facing the right way, is tilted... skew... annoyance... anywho you get what you pay for... i like the idea of a filing cabnet drawer full of stuff in tablets... cave man liberary meets time machine
got a lot to do... sorry if this is late... you can't rush genius... even if it isn't genius... then it is just plain slow... T-minus 1 minute ... beep beep... different clock... until...

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Letter 7 by The Joshua Letters on January 19th, 2012, 9:55 am
I don’t think I’m a bad person, but I certainly would not consider myself a righteous one either. I grew up running with all of thee wrong crowds and I got in a fair amount of trouble that eventually landed me at age 19 in the local jail. At the time I would not say that I was an Atheist, although if you had asked me if I believed in God I would have said no, but I was instead simply unconcerned with such things as God and Religion. However, I had an experience while in jail that left me with little room for doubt that there was at least something out there, and this made me interested in God.

Not long after I got out of jail, I began looking for information on God and Religion, mostly from the Bible, and while I was learning, I started remembering things that I had learned in science classes which caused me to raise a few questions. Thus, I ramped up my efforts to learn and this lead me to speak with a man who knew a lot more about Science and Religion than I did. In our conversation, he ...

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Religion and Science Unification by skakos on November 24th, 2012, 10:10 pm

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Science and Religion are treated by some as contradictory ways of thinking. This is not true. Without claiming that I hold the key to the “ultimate truth”, I will analyze the philosophy underying both sectors and show that these two ways of thinking are not in conflict, but actually two sides of the same coin. You can never know life fully, unless you see the cosmos in both perspectives.

The existence of God can be proved by both the tools of logic and faith. Religious people are some of the greatest scientists of all times. Science and religion do not always rely on logic and faith respectively. In an era when the new advances of science surprise us every day, religion stays powerful and...

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Fundamental Theory Of Existence. by way12go on April 5th, 2014, 10:57 pm

Fundamental Theory Of Existence.

I developed “FTOE “after reading
Prof. Stephen Hawking's book

FTOE is Fundamental Theory Of Existence.

Fundamental Theory Of Existence.

1. Zero cannot exist as denominator.

2. Anything cannot be created out of nothingness, only change of form is possible and change is everywhere.

3. Anything cannot be destroyed into nothingness, only change of form is possible and change is everywhere.

4. Existence of anything cannot be infinite.

5. There is no beginning and an end to the existence of the World.

6. There are finite absolute laws.

7. Velocity of light is relative.

8. There are three dimensions and three dimensions only.

9.Time Travel is impossible.

10.Tan 90 cannot exist.

11. God(s) cannot exist.

Fundamental Theory Of Existence.

What is infinite?

Infinite = Not finite.

If a...

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Quantum Gravity final instalment by Obvious Leo on December 17th, 2012, 4:57 pm
Setting aside the philosophical implications of this quantum gravity model, which I explore extensively in my philosophy of the bloody obvious, there are some consequences for physics which may make this important science once again accessible to the man of common sense.
We are easily able to draw many conclusions from this model which eradicate the inherent paradoxes of general relativity, but my life’s goal has been to hurl quantum mechanics into the conceptual dustbin where it belongs. It has been the most confusing mathematical fiddle in the history of science and a monstrous affront to fundamental reason. Every event has a cause. There are no exceptions. Only existence itself can be self-causal.

It is no easy matter to regard ourselves as hurtling through time at the speed of light like a cosmic missile but if we manage to conceptualise this we see the universe quite differently.
Naturally time warps, wormholes, singularities, causal loops and all the other impossibilities vanish f...

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