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BANE  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Do physicists believe in God?

There's tons of evidence, no blind faith requires, your argument had no grounds and no blind faith required, unlike belief in god ;). Also, we use speed as a reference, true its really much faster relative to the sun but that i not the scale I, nor any rational human being uses.

I cant disprove anything, it's impossible, can you disprove that you're a serial killing rapist, no.

BANE  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Do physicists believe in God?

Because I wasn't using decimals, I was using the even number 2, and I know that I can hold something proven to be true over something with little/ no proof.

BANE  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Do physicists believe in God?

Yes we shouldn't discredit the possibility for anything, even if there's no evidence for it, however we should hold facts and evidence to a higher standard the faith.

This is also a loss for apple however, as many of their ideas started as rudimentary tweaks/ add-ons. Categories was there before grouping apps was encoded into the kernel, notifications came from LockInfo, Notified, MobileNotifier, and IntelliScreen. Camera snapping from volume buttons could be found from FastSnap, SnapTap, and CameraButtons, Snappy allowed you to see your albums from the lockscreen before iOS5, wi-fi sync was inspired by a cydia tweak by the same name, the list goes on and on.

My point is, this decline in interest from the jailbreak community is not necessarily a complete win for Apple, as imagine what iOS 5 would be like without a number of the tweaks mentioned above. Some of the best parts of iOS comes from Jailbreaking. This is a loss for many involved.

BANE  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Portuguese book store stairs

The Lello & Irmao Bookstore, Interior, Oporto

BANE  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: In case you were under a rock this 2012

you are more than welcome to leave

BANE  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Path of Bamboo in a Bamboo Garden

Kyoto, Japan

Yah, and the fact that after a few weeks its nearly impossible to cut down makes me hesitant to plant any.

BANE  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Do physicists believe in God?

Not that I hate religion but I'll try to rationalize this hate.

- People hate the things people have done in the name of religion such as gay hate, non equal rights for women, etc. - People hate justifying acts of hate with the bible, or with or other holy texts

Well I've ran out of reasons because I made that first on really broad...

I would definitely not expect a dancing alien on a print version of national geographic, however would I want one, certainly. With that being said, I would be careful at this point having a substantial part of the revenue come from the users, at this point in the sight, are there enough users to pay for the sight to keep going?

BANE  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Do physicists believe in God?

Unfortunately, thus is the way of scientific work. In science, there is no reason to believe in things that do not have proof, evidence of sorts backing it up. I'm not sure if it is to them "I don't have all the answers or cant understand something so that's god" as it is, "I am not satisfied using something with no real evidence as an answer for something I don't understand at this point in time.

BANE  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Do physicists believe in God?

I can have all the faith in the world that the sun revolves around the earth however the evidence would prove me wrong. Does that seem fair we hold the two to the same standard?

BANE  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Do physicists believe in God?

The difference between evidence and faith is that there are things to back up evidence, numbers, observations, etc. I can have faith that 2 + 2=5 but that is still wrong according to all that we have held true. And according to BLOB_CASTLE below that my thought of 2 + 2=5 would be held as equally as 2 + 2=4. And unfortunately, its the truest form of reality we have, we can say that the Hubble telescope is not the best way to view space (which is probably true, there are always better ways to do something) however that does not mean we should hold the Hubble telescope, and my do-it-yourself telescope to the same standard. Just because we have two ways of viewing/ something does not mean that one cannot be better than the other.

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