Cloud City Cantina [Version 12.0]

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  1. TheMadHatter Jedi Grand Master

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    Chewy: oh if we're talking about primary school then, well I actually can't remember what was actually taught in primary to be honest :p it was years ago
  2. Random Comments Force Ghost

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    We must have/have had very different assemblies.
  3. Chewgumma Chosen One

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    [IMG]

    I think I'm missing something, those are two completely different scenarios.
  4. TheMadHatter Jedi Grand Master

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    that depends if they are putting one set of beliefs above another :p

    hense I've strong opinions on this,

    but since many in this thread are not religious i'll back off,

    the ones that are seem to be absent (aprt from RC


    Edit: Chewy, for now they are

    but as I say I'm a strong believer in the word

    mock me all you like, spit on me, hate me, (just like the word said would happen)

    I also believe in Revelation where Christianity will be eradicated (call me a fanatic if you wish, i just see evidence in what the bible says, whether i'm looking for it or not)
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  5. Daft-Vader Force Ghost

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    Has... anyone ever seen a Podrace...?
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  6. Chewgumma Chosen One

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    Quite. By the sounds of it you seem to have gone to a school that has embraced scientific findings. At least I'm assuming so from your constant warnings about the threat of evolution, the big bang and their puppet master, The Atheists.
  7. Frank T. Force Ghost

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    I saw a podrace once. I've got a copy on DVD so I caan watch it once inawhile.
  8. Random Comments Force Ghost

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    I do remember that they tried to teach us that Evolution and The Big Bang, etc. were true, proven facts, which they aren't (well, not proven.)
    Mentioning only one side of the story because more powerful, vocal people don't like the other side of the story, and then teaching that one story as FACT is a problem, Gummy. Whichever story it is.
  9. TheMadHatter Jedi Grand Master

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    [face_rofl]

    I appreciate your humour
  10. aalagartassle Jedi Grand Master

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    I have Daft it's very fast very dangerous
    Hi btw .. i've been vacuuming ... my daughters party in 2 hours and it's raining cats and dogs!!! Imagine 30 6 year olds inside...yay :rolleyes:

    ***orders a flameout***
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  11. Admiral Volshe Chosen One

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    I will say this: Basic education on both, but only in secondary level classes, and then create both Religion and Evolutionary Science courses as well, which are elective.
    Why can't that happen?
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  12. Darthrevan4ever Force Ghost

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  13. TheMadHatter Jedi Grand Master

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    because that is too simple :p
  14. Chewgumma Chosen One

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    Do I have to post the chart again? The one you never even acknowledged?

    Except that is, again, a misnomer. Not talking about god is not anti-religion. It is not pro-atheism. It IS multi-culturally friendly.
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  15. Admiral Volshe Chosen One

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    Evolution has been proven. It is a fact. We have carbon dated a fossil from a woman living just under 200,000 years, with the same mitochondrial DNA, to living females of today.

    EDIT: Source: http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2011/apr/25/mitochondrial-dna-human-evolution
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  16. Chewgumma Chosen One

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    Gordon Benett Volshie, if he isn't going to appreciate visual evidence like the skull chart I doubt anything involving DNA is going to change his mind. It's an Atheist, liberal conspiracy after all! *Rabble, rabble, rabble*
  17. Random Comments Force Ghost

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    I said nothing about "puppet masters and their evil threat" only that seeing only one side, and being told it is undeniably true, is a problem. And encouraging that because some people don't like the other ideas is a problem.
  18. Darthrevan4ever Force Ghost

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    Well i have to make the argument that nothing in science is provable :p which is why its still the Theory of evolution one that i believe in but again not in the least proven just all that we know now points toward it
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  19. Random Comments Force Ghost

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    Is Gordon Bennent someone in particular?
  20. Moonspun Dragon Force Ghost

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    *walks in*
    *looks around*
    *sees debates*
    *orders brains*
    *walks out*
  21. Daft-Vader Force Ghost

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    OK just to poke this thread with a stick... where do little green men fit into religion...? [face_thinking]

    Just thinking cause religion seems very... human-centric...
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  22. WIERD_GREEN_MAN Jedi Grand Master

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    Chinese.
    These are for savory dishes. Should not be put into desserts.
    They can be made by peeling skins off soymilk left in the open, but it's like making butter at home - really easier and possibly better to buy it from a package.
  23. Admiral Volshe Chosen One

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    *stands up quickly*

    I'm just going to say that if science is not provable, then we all are just figments of imagination. Even dirt is not provable.

    The basic elements of life, are what makes up that DNA, which makes up a cell, which makes up a fossil, which can be linked to us, by examining those little elements.
    This contains hydrogen, phosphate, carbon, oxygen.
    All the elements that make up the chair you're sitting in, the tree outside, the keys you are typing on.

    Science is quite provable.

    *sits back down*
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  24. Frank T. Force Ghost

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    I believe I really do exist.:)
  25. Daft-Vader Force Ghost

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    Oh good, I hate to think I was talking to figments of my imagination xD
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