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    • Counterpunch: "If Obama wins, there would be no more crashes like
      this! Cars would be fitted with automatic
      intellect (AI). They will be connected, via
      telepathic african american satellite directly
      into Obama's Mind Vision System (OMVS) which would
      scan your car's nearest future for possible
      accidents before letting the driver to start the
      engine.
      Posted 7 hours ago by "copilot1111111" (R)
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      OMG..you cracked me up dude...LOL"
      lol

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    • LOL@avatar ... r u gay? lol

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    • thanks?

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    • nice retoric ! ;)

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    • dont know the details of the bill but Australia, Canada, Sweden, Norway, among others all have socialized health care and most of those countries have a higher living standard than ours. It so funny to me that this is such a big deal. Is socialized schools a problem? Send you kids to private school if you need, just like you will always be able to chose private hospitals. Socialized mail carriers a problem? Use fed ex if you can afford it and need it, other wise the Postal Service works great. S More..

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    • Is gravity considered a force in modern physics? Im familiar with Einsteins model of gravity as curves in space-time, and i do realize its not a force in the classical sense, but is it still considered a force?

      I want to clear up a debate im having with a friend :)

      My argument is that force is defined as being something that causes a body of mass to accelerate. He argues that the object is not actually accelerating, but appears to be accelerating in a curved space-time. I suspect what you More..

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    • There is no law of physics preventing time travel and a lot of other "weird" things. If it doesn't prevent then it's possible!

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    • LOL Scott said that social health care has never worked. Medicare is social health care. Has it not worked in the U.S. for the seniors? If Scott is against social health care and wants to repeal it, why doesn't he start with overturning Medicare? Let's see how the seniors react when they find out that they no longer have Medicare

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    • Is gravity considered a force in modern physics? Im familiar with Einsteins model of gravity as curves in space-time, and i do realize its not a force in the classical sense, but is it still considered a force?

      I want to clear up a debate im having with a friend :)

      My argument is that force is defined as being something that causes a body of mass to accelerate. He argues that the object is not actually accelerating, but appears to be accelerating in a curved space-time. I suspect what you More..

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    • Here's what's wrong with the country- Three posts, most of them pointless, on the most important issue at hand. Americans can't get their tiny minds around finance or how they're being screwed, so they argue talking points and simplistic reactionary crap instead of seeing who the real enemy is.

      The Banks have had us by the short and curlies ever since JP Morgan and Rockefeller conspired to create the 'Federal' Reserve rip-off system (which is not a FEDERAL bank). Until we slap these Robber Ba More..

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    • Norway, the richest (per capita) and happiest country on earth, is very socialist. high taxes, free health care, and free higher education (as a college student i would LOVE that). People love it and still manage to keep most of their wealth since their basic needs are covered.

      social health care never worked? That's truly laughable.

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    • Physicists have already been reduced to ambiguous and vague terminology to describe regular matter and regular energy. The term "massless particle" is a good example. On the quantum level, things are defined in terms of what they're likely to do, how they interact with the other classes of thingsand energy levels. This has produced a detailed and complex model for interactions, but no explanation whatever for what the particles actually are. What fundamentally makes an anti-particle di More..

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    • You know it is said that the only difference between man and animal, is man's sense of morality and his soul. These thugs, punks, gang members are totally lacking in the soul and morality department. Their sense of what is right and wrong is so opposite of reality that there really is no help for them. I think (hope) that this country is starting to wake up to the reality of the growth of the gangs and also that the left wing apologists, ACLU and all of the other fools that scream that these peo More..

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    • People once argued that the government couldn't tell them they couldn't own slaves. That debate seems very silly now. At one time it wasn't required that we have car insurance now its mandated. Is health care going to cost a lot of money? Absolutely! We the people just gave the WallStreet banks 750 Billion dollars and god only know how much we spent in the middle east. Im not saying both of those weren't important enough that we needed to spend the money, but they don't deserve it any more than More..

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    • And as in most science... all these things they hypothesize is based soley on what we know... even what we consider an atom to look like has changed over the years. They are excited about what they expect to see, and what they expect to see is based soley on what they "think" they know of how things work. Science is only based on how we think things will react on what we know. There is no anticipation of things reactting in a way that is unknown

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    • Mr Natural!!!!! whats up, dude?....unfortunately for most of you, sitting around smokin pot is probably what got us into the mess we're in.....what needs to be illiminated, are the reasons people get high...mostly low self-esteem and an overwheling desire to escape their reality...so, basically, pot-heads are wusses...sitting around tokin, whinin, makin grand plans, whining, debating the fate of the country, whining, eating twinkies and ho-ho's, but not doin much else......its this mentality tha More..

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    • According to a rather vague philosophy I am trying to discern, we do not find out what things "are" -- only how they interact with other things. And what are these things they interact with? Things that interact with other things! What you wind up with is a web of "detailed and complex model for interactions". The important thing is the WEB. You can use the WEB to make things you like, that make life better for humanity.
      What in hell IS energy itself? You can't smell, taste, More..

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    • I can say about the songs of Pink Floyd and good music in general that this music resonates with the shamanic side of myself deeply... i mean the idea of "killing the past and coming back to life" to head straight into the shining sun... that is the classic death-rebirth call to shamanism, or call to practice a higher level of shamanism!! when one comes back to life by entering the light, they return to the higher dimensional, infinite part of their being!

      this is incredible, i neve More..

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    • also disregarding some assumptions of others or the past lead to new and better understanding? Einstein was great at this.

      Also, we never always know what's happening or what "things" actually are. Mostly, we observe cause or effect. Sometimes we can explain the effect and sometimes we can explain the cause, but we rarely know both at these levels.

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    • the fact is that we only have visual knowledge of a very small amount of the universe. The fact is that we have no idea if we are the only living things in the universe, and the assumption that we are the only intelligent life is kind of small minded. Peoples ideas of God have altered so many times since the beginning of time and the only thing that we can be absolutely sure about is the fact that we know very little about everything surrounding us.

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    • We see what nature allows us to see. Science is all observation and observations are mental phenomenon and thus biological phenemenons. Nature was always a mystery, is a mystery and will remain a mystery.
      while all of this very interesting and largely in its infancy in terms of "discovery" or lack there of,sounds more like a continuation of the theories behind roentgen and what he actually "discovered".
      "... everything is ultimately made of energy ..." I believe t More..

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    • INFINITY
      Could it be that the 'Big Bang' is what happens......in/on the other side of/as a result of...... a 'Black Hole'? 'Birth of the Universe' is a good term. Not a 'beginning', but a continuation. It seems that most still refer to 'ends of the Universe' or 'beginning or end of time' which beg to place limits, and no one has never experienced limits. Infinity is the only concept that makes sense.

      --Thinking along those lines is how people make discoveries. In the multiverse idea the big More..

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    • Scientists believe that warfare (and conquest) are as natural as hunger and lust. Warfare and conquest represent the general tendencies in the society but on an individual level they tend to stay hidden, repressed until a new great leader emerges again and organizes another World War III where he will use his people's ability to unite to the fullest extent.

      Naturally, a nation's ability to wage a modern, effective warfare is an indicator of it's collective IQ, - now where would you rather l More..

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    • nyc over 65% of violent crime is committed by blacks another 25% by hispanics that includes murders and rapes... In the entire us almost 50% of all violent crime is committed by a very small minority group called black males which barely make up only 7% percent of the entire population... Yes whites commit terrible crimes toooo, but much much less often... This is certainly not racist but facts taken from the gov data base

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    • scientists think that a black hole breaks all matter down to a singularity. They also believe the universe was created by a big bang, a single pinpoint of vast amounts of energy bursting forth.

      The thought that a new universe could be on the exiting side of a black hole makes since to me, as it could be the big bang (single point of energy i.e. singularity) that creates it. One would think since black holes suck in everything including light that they, in turn; propell the matter in a fashio More..

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    • Counterpunch: "If Obama wins, there would be no more crashes like
      this! Cars would be fitted with automatic
      intellect (AI). They will be connected, via
      telepathic african american satellite directly
      into Obama's Mind Vision System (OMVS) which would
      scan your car's nearest future for possible
      accidents before letting the driver to start the
      engine.
      Posted 7 hours ago by "copilot1111111" (R)
      -----------------
      OMG..you cracked me up dude...LOL"
      lol

      Posted Mar-22-2008 By 

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    • LOL@avatar ... r u gay? lol

      Posted Nov-10-2009 By 

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    • thanks?

      Posted Jan-27-2009 By 

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    • nice retoric ! ;)

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    • dont know the details of the bill but Australia, Canada, Sweden, Norway, among others all have socialized health care and most of those countries have a higher living standard than ours. It so funny to me that this is such a big deal. Is socialized schools a problem? Send you kids to private school if you need, just like you will always be able to chose private hospitals. Socialized mail carriers a problem? Use fed ex if you can afford it and need it, other wise the Postal Service works great. S More..

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    • Is gravity considered a force in modern physics? Im familiar with Einsteins model of gravity as curves in space-time, and i do realize its not a force in the classical sense, but is it still considered a force?

      I want to clear up a debate im having with a friend :)

      My argument is that force is defined as being something that causes a body of mass to accelerate. He argues that the object is not actually accelerating, but appears to be accelerating in a curved space-time. I suspect what you More..

      Posted Apr-7-2010 By 

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    • There is no law of physics preventing time travel and a lot of other "weird" things. If it doesn't prevent then it's possible!

      Posted Apr-17-2010 By 

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    • LOL Scott said that social health care has never worked. Medicare is social health care. Has it not worked in the U.S. for the seniors? If Scott is against social health care and wants to repeal it, why doesn't he start with overturning Medicare? Let's see how the seniors react when they find out that they no longer have Medicare

      Posted Mar-24-2010 By 

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    • Is gravity considered a force in modern physics? Im familiar with Einsteins model of gravity as curves in space-time, and i do realize its not a force in the classical sense, but is it still considered a force?

      I want to clear up a debate im having with a friend :)

      My argument is that force is defined as being something that causes a body of mass to accelerate. He argues that the object is not actually accelerating, but appears to be accelerating in a curved space-time. I suspect what you More..

      Posted Apr-7-2010 By 

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    • Here's what's wrong with the country- Three posts, most of them pointless, on the most important issue at hand. Americans can't get their tiny minds around finance or how they're being screwed, so they argue talking points and simplistic reactionary crap instead of seeing who the real enemy is.

      The Banks have had us by the short and curlies ever since JP Morgan and Rockefeller conspired to create the 'Federal' Reserve rip-off system (which is not a FEDERAL bank). Until we slap these Robber Ba More..

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    • Norway, the richest (per capita) and happiest country on earth, is very socialist. high taxes, free health care, and free higher education (as a college student i would LOVE that). People love it and still manage to keep most of their wealth since their basic needs are covered.

      social health care never worked? That's truly laughable.

      Posted Mar-24-2010 By 

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    • Physicists have already been reduced to ambiguous and vague terminology to describe regular matter and regular energy. The term "massless particle" is a good example. On the quantum level, things are defined in terms of what they're likely to do, how they interact with the other classes of thingsand energy levels. This has produced a detailed and complex model for interactions, but no explanation whatever for what the particles actually are. What fundamentally makes an anti-particle di More..

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    • You know it is said that the only difference between man and animal, is man's sense of morality and his soul. These thugs, punks, gang members are totally lacking in the soul and morality department. Their sense of what is right and wrong is so opposite of reality that there really is no help for them. I think (hope) that this country is starting to wake up to the reality of the growth of the gangs and also that the left wing apologists, ACLU and all of the other fools that scream that these peo More..

      Posted Apr-17-2010 By 

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    • People once argued that the government couldn't tell them they couldn't own slaves. That debate seems very silly now. At one time it wasn't required that we have car insurance now its mandated. Is health care going to cost a lot of money? Absolutely! We the people just gave the WallStreet banks 750 Billion dollars and god only know how much we spent in the middle east. Im not saying both of those weren't important enough that we needed to spend the money, but they don't deserve it any more than More..

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    • And as in most science... all these things they hypothesize is based soley on what we know... even what we consider an atom to look like has changed over the years. They are excited about what they expect to see, and what they expect to see is based soley on what they "think" they know of how things work. Science is only based on how we think things will react on what we know. There is no anticipation of things reactting in a way that is unknown

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    • Mr Natural!!!!! whats up, dude?....unfortunately for most of you, sitting around smokin pot is probably what got us into the mess we're in.....what needs to be illiminated, are the reasons people get high...mostly low self-esteem and an overwheling desire to escape their reality...so, basically, pot-heads are wusses...sitting around tokin, whinin, makin grand plans, whining, debating the fate of the country, whining, eating twinkies and ho-ho's, but not doin much else......its this mentality tha More..

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    • According to a rather vague philosophy I am trying to discern, we do not find out what things "are" -- only how they interact with other things. And what are these things they interact with? Things that interact with other things! What you wind up with is a web of "detailed and complex model for interactions". The important thing is the WEB. You can use the WEB to make things you like, that make life better for humanity.
      What in hell IS energy itself? You can't smell, taste, More..

      Posted Apr-7-2010 By 

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    • I can say about the songs of Pink Floyd and good music in general that this music resonates with the shamanic side of myself deeply... i mean the idea of "killing the past and coming back to life" to head straight into the shining sun... that is the classic death-rebirth call to shamanism, or call to practice a higher level of shamanism!! when one comes back to life by entering the light, they return to the higher dimensional, infinite part of their being!

      this is incredible, i neve More..

      Posted Apr-18-2010 By 

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    • also disregarding some assumptions of others or the past lead to new and better understanding? Einstein was great at this.

      Also, we never always know what's happening or what "things" actually are. Mostly, we observe cause or effect. Sometimes we can explain the effect and sometimes we can explain the cause, but we rarely know both at these levels.

      Posted Apr-7-2010 By 

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    • the fact is that we only have visual knowledge of a very small amount of the universe. The fact is that we have no idea if we are the only living things in the universe, and the assumption that we are the only intelligent life is kind of small minded. Peoples ideas of God have altered so many times since the beginning of time and the only thing that we can be absolutely sure about is the fact that we know very little about everything surrounding us.

      Posted Apr-20-2010 By 

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    • We see what nature allows us to see. Science is all observation and observations are mental phenomenon and thus biological phenemenons. Nature was always a mystery, is a mystery and will remain a mystery.
      while all of this very interesting and largely in its infancy in terms of "discovery" or lack there of,sounds more like a continuation of the theories behind roentgen and what he actually "discovered".
      "... everything is ultimately made of energy ..." I believe t More..

      Posted Apr-7-2010 By 

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    • INFINITY
      Could it be that the 'Big Bang' is what happens......in/on the other side of/as a result of...... a 'Black Hole'? 'Birth of the Universe' is a good term. Not a 'beginning', but a continuation. It seems that most still refer to 'ends of the Universe' or 'beginning or end of time' which beg to place limits, and no one has never experienced limits. Infinity is the only concept that makes sense.

      --Thinking along those lines is how people make discoveries. In the multiverse idea the big More..

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    • Scientists believe that warfare (and conquest) are as natural as hunger and lust. Warfare and conquest represent the general tendencies in the society but on an individual level they tend to stay hidden, repressed until a new great leader emerges again and organizes another World War III where he will use his people's ability to unite to the fullest extent.

      Naturally, a nation's ability to wage a modern, effective warfare is an indicator of it's collective IQ, - now where would you rather l More..

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    • nyc over 65% of violent crime is committed by blacks another 25% by hispanics that includes murders and rapes... In the entire us almost 50% of all violent crime is committed by a very small minority group called black males which barely make up only 7% percent of the entire population... Yes whites commit terrible crimes toooo, but much much less often... This is certainly not racist but facts taken from the gov data base

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    • scientists think that a black hole breaks all matter down to a singularity. They also believe the universe was created by a big bang, a single pinpoint of vast amounts of energy bursting forth.

      The thought that a new universe could be on the exiting side of a black hole makes since to me, as it could be the big bang (single point of energy i.e. singularity) that creates it. One would think since black holes suck in everything including light that they, in turn; propell the matter in a fashio More..

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    • Counterpunch: "If Obama wins, there would be no more crashes like
      this! Cars would be fitted with automatic
      intellect (AI). They will be connected, via
      telepathic african american satellite directly
      into Obama's Mind Vision System (OMVS) which would
      scan your car's nearest future for possible
      accidents before letting the driver to start the
      engine.
      Posted 7 hours ago by "copilot1111111" (R)
      -----------------
      OMG..you cracked me up dude...LOL"
      lol

      Posted Mar-22-2008 By 

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    • LOL@avatar ... r u gay? lol

      Posted Nov-10-2009 By 

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    • thanks?

      Posted Jan-27-2009 By 

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    • nice retoric ! ;)

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    • dont know the details of the bill but Australia, Canada, Sweden, Norway, among others all have socialized health care and most of those countries have a higher living standard than ours. It so funny to me that this is such a big deal. Is socialized schools a problem? Send you kids to private school if you need, just like you will always be able to chose private hospitals. Socialized mail carriers a problem? Use fed ex if you can afford it and need it, other wise the Postal Service works great. S More..

      Posted Mar-24-2010 By 

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    • Is gravity considered a force in modern physics? Im familiar with Einsteins model of gravity as curves in space-time, and i do realize its not a force in the classical sense, but is it still considered a force?

      I want to clear up a debate im having with a friend :)

      My argument is that force is defined as being something that causes a body of mass to accelerate. He argues that the object is not actually accelerating, but appears to be accelerating in a curved space-time. I suspect what you More..

      Posted Apr-7-2010 By 

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    • There is no law of physics preventing time travel and a lot of other "weird" things. If it doesn't prevent then it's possible!

      Posted Apr-17-2010 By 

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    • LOL Scott said that social health care has never worked. Medicare is social health care. Has it not worked in the U.S. for the seniors? If Scott is against social health care and wants to repeal it, why doesn't he start with overturning Medicare? Let's see how the seniors react when they find out that they no longer have Medicare

      Posted Mar-24-2010 By 

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    • Is gravity considered a force in modern physics? Im familiar with Einsteins model of gravity as curves in space-time, and i do realize its not a force in the classical sense, but is it still considered a force?

      I want to clear up a debate im having with a friend :)

      My argument is that force is defined as being something that causes a body of mass to accelerate. He argues that the object is not actually accelerating, but appears to be accelerating in a curved space-time. I suspect what you More..

      Posted Apr-7-2010 By 

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    • Here's what's wrong with the country- Three posts, most of them pointless, on the most important issue at hand. Americans can't get their tiny minds around finance or how they're being screwed, so they argue talking points and simplistic reactionary crap instead of seeing who the real enemy is.

      The Banks have had us by the short and curlies ever since JP Morgan and Rockefeller conspired to create the 'Federal' Reserve rip-off system (which is not a FEDERAL bank). Until we slap these Robber Ba More..

      Posted Apr-17-2010 By 

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    • Norway, the richest (per capita) and happiest country on earth, is very socialist. high taxes, free health care, and free higher education (as a college student i would LOVE that). People love it and still manage to keep most of their wealth since their basic needs are covered.

      social health care never worked? That's truly laughable.

      Posted Mar-24-2010 By 

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    • Physicists have already been reduced to ambiguous and vague terminology to describe regular matter and regular energy. The term "massless particle" is a good example. On the quantum level, things are defined in terms of what they're likely to do, how they interact with the other classes of thingsand energy levels. This has produced a detailed and complex model for interactions, but no explanation whatever for what the particles actually are. What fundamentally makes an anti-particle di More..

      Posted Apr-7-2010 By 

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    • You know it is said that the only difference between man and animal, is man's sense of morality and his soul. These thugs, punks, gang members are totally lacking in the soul and morality department. Their sense of what is right and wrong is so opposite of reality that there really is no help for them. I think (hope) that this country is starting to wake up to the reality of the growth of the gangs and also that the left wing apologists, ACLU and all of the other fools that scream that these peo More..

      Posted Apr-17-2010 By 

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    • People once argued that the government couldn't tell them they couldn't own slaves. That debate seems very silly now. At one time it wasn't required that we have car insurance now its mandated. Is health care going to cost a lot of money? Absolutely! We the people just gave the WallStreet banks 750 Billion dollars and god only know how much we spent in the middle east. Im not saying both of those weren't important enough that we needed to spend the money, but they don't deserve it any more than More..

      Posted Mar-24-2010 By 

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    • And as in most science... all these things they hypothesize is based soley on what we know... even what we consider an atom to look like has changed over the years. They are excited about what they expect to see, and what they expect to see is based soley on what they "think" they know of how things work. Science is only based on how we think things will react on what we know. There is no anticipation of things reactting in a way that is unknown

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    • Mr Natural!!!!! whats up, dude?....unfortunately for most of you, sitting around smokin pot is probably what got us into the mess we're in.....what needs to be illiminated, are the reasons people get high...mostly low self-esteem and an overwheling desire to escape their reality...so, basically, pot-heads are wusses...sitting around tokin, whinin, makin grand plans, whining, debating the fate of the country, whining, eating twinkies and ho-ho's, but not doin much else......its this mentality tha More..

      Posted Apr-18-2010 By 

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    • According to a rather vague philosophy I am trying to discern, we do not find out what things "are" -- only how they interact with other things. And what are these things they interact with? Things that interact with other things! What you wind up with is a web of "detailed and complex model for interactions". The important thing is the WEB. You can use the WEB to make things you like, that make life better for humanity.
      What in hell IS energy itself? You can't smell, taste, More..

      Posted Apr-7-2010 By 

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    • I can say about the songs of Pink Floyd and good music in general that this music resonates with the shamanic side of myself deeply... i mean the idea of "killing the past and coming back to life" to head straight into the shining sun... that is the classic death-rebirth call to shamanism, or call to practice a higher level of shamanism!! when one comes back to life by entering the light, they return to the higher dimensional, infinite part of their being!

      this is incredible, i neve More..

      Posted Apr-18-2010 By 

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    • also disregarding some assumptions of others or the past lead to new and better understanding? Einstein was great at this.

      Also, we never always know what's happening or what "things" actually are. Mostly, we observe cause or effect. Sometimes we can explain the effect and sometimes we can explain the cause, but we rarely know both at these levels.

      Posted Apr-7-2010 By 

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    • the fact is that we only have visual knowledge of a very small amount of the universe. The fact is that we have no idea if we are the only living things in the universe, and the assumption that we are the only intelligent life is kind of small minded. Peoples ideas of God have altered so many times since the beginning of time and the only thing that we can be absolutely sure about is the fact that we know very little about everything surrounding us.

      Posted Apr-20-2010 By 

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    • We see what nature allows us to see. Science is all observation and observations are mental phenomenon and thus biological phenemenons. Nature was always a mystery, is a mystery and will remain a mystery.
      while all of this very interesting and largely in its infancy in terms of "discovery" or lack there of,sounds more like a continuation of the theories behind roentgen and what he actually "discovered".
      "... everything is ultimately made of energy ..." I believe t More..

      Posted Apr-7-2010 By 

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    • INFINITY
      Could it be that the 'Big Bang' is what happens......in/on the other side of/as a result of...... a 'Black Hole'? 'Birth of the Universe' is a good term. Not a 'beginning', but a continuation. It seems that most still refer to 'ends of the Universe' or 'beginning or end of time' which beg to place limits, and no one has never experienced limits. Infinity is the only concept that makes sense.

      --Thinking along those lines is how people make discoveries. In the multiverse idea the big More..

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    • Scientists believe that warfare (and conquest) are as natural as hunger and lust. Warfare and conquest represent the general tendencies in the society but on an individual level they tend to stay hidden, repressed until a new great leader emerges again and organizes another World War III where he will use his people's ability to unite to the fullest extent.

      Naturally, a nation's ability to wage a modern, effective warfare is an indicator of it's collective IQ, - now where would you rather l More..

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    • nyc over 65% of violent crime is committed by blacks another 25% by hispanics that includes murders and rapes... In the entire us almost 50% of all violent crime is committed by a very small minority group called black males which barely make up only 7% percent of the entire population... Yes whites commit terrible crimes toooo, but much much less often... This is certainly not racist but facts taken from the gov data base

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    • scientists think that a black hole breaks all matter down to a singularity. They also believe the universe was created by a big bang, a single pinpoint of vast amounts of energy bursting forth.

      The thought that a new universe could be on the exiting side of a black hole makes since to me, as it could be the big bang (single point of energy i.e. singularity) that creates it. One would think since black holes suck in everything including light that they, in turn; propell the matter in a fashio More..

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    • Counterpunch: "If Obama wins, there would be no more crashes like
      this! Cars would be fitted with automatic
      intellect (AI). They will be connected, via
      telepathic african american satellite directly
      into Obama's Mind Vision System (OMVS) which would
      scan your car's nearest future for possible
      accidents before letting the driver to start the
      engine.
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      OMG..you cracked me up dude...LOL"
      lol

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    • LOL@avatar ... r u gay? lol

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    • thanks?

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    • nice retoric ! ;)

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    • dont know the details of the bill but Australia, Canada, Sweden, Norway, among others all have socialized health care and most of those countries have a higher living standard than ours. It so funny to me that this is such a big deal. Is socialized schools a problem? Send you kids to private school if you need, just like you will always be able to chose private hospitals. Socialized mail carriers a problem? Use fed ex if you can afford it and need it, other wise the Postal Service works great. S More..

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    • Is gravity considered a force in modern physics? Im familiar with Einsteins model of gravity as curves in space-time, and i do realize its not a force in the classical sense, but is it still considered a force?

      I want to clear up a debate im having with a friend :)

      My argument is that force is defined as being something that causes a body of mass to accelerate. He argues that the object is not actually accelerating, but appears to be accelerating in a curved space-time. I suspect what you More..

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    • There is no law of physics preventing time travel and a lot of other "weird" things. If it doesn't prevent then it's possible!

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    • LOL Scott said that social health care has never worked. Medicare is social health care. Has it not worked in the U.S. for the seniors? If Scott is against social health care and wants to repeal it, why doesn't he start with overturning Medicare? Let's see how the seniors react when they find out that they no longer have Medicare

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    • Is gravity considered a force in modern physics? Im familiar with Einsteins model of gravity as curves in space-time, and i do realize its not a force in the classical sense, but is it still considered a force?

      I want to clear up a debate im having with a friend :)

      My argument is that force is defined as being something that causes a body of mass to accelerate. He argues that the object is not actually accelerating, but appears to be accelerating in a curved space-time. I suspect what you More..

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    • Here's what's wrong with the country- Three posts, most of them pointless, on the most important issue at hand. Americans can't get their tiny minds around finance or how they're being screwed, so they argue talking points and simplistic reactionary crap instead of seeing who the real enemy is.

      The Banks have had us by the short and curlies ever since JP Morgan and Rockefeller conspired to create the 'Federal' Reserve rip-off system (which is not a FEDERAL bank). Until we slap these Robber Ba More..

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    • Norway, the richest (per capita) and happiest country on earth, is very socialist. high taxes, free health care, and free higher education (as a college student i would LOVE that). People love it and still manage to keep most of their wealth since their basic needs are covered.

      social health care never worked? That's truly laughable.

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    • Physicists have already been reduced to ambiguous and vague terminology to describe regular matter and regular energy. The term "massless particle" is a good example. On the quantum level, things are defined in terms of what they're likely to do, how they interact with the other classes of thingsand energy levels. This has produced a detailed and complex model for interactions, but no explanation whatever for what the particles actually are. What fundamentally makes an anti-particle di More..

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    • You know it is said that the only difference between man and animal, is man's sense of morality and his soul. These thugs, punks, gang members are totally lacking in the soul and morality department. Their sense of what is right and wrong is so opposite of reality that there really is no help for them. I think (hope) that this country is starting to wake up to the reality of the growth of the gangs and also that the left wing apologists, ACLU and all of the other fools that scream that these peo More..

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    • People once argued that the government couldn't tell them they couldn't own slaves. That debate seems very silly now. At one time it wasn't required that we have car insurance now its mandated. Is health care going to cost a lot of money? Absolutely! We the people just gave the WallStreet banks 750 Billion dollars and god only know how much we spent in the middle east. Im not saying both of those weren't important enough that we needed to spend the money, but they don't deserve it any more than More..

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    • And as in most science... all these things they hypothesize is based soley on what we know... even what we consider an atom to look like has changed over the years. They are excited about what they expect to see, and what they expect to see is based soley on what they "think" they know of how things work. Science is only based on how we think things will react on what we know. There is no anticipation of things reactting in a way that is unknown

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    • Mr Natural!!!!! whats up, dude?....unfortunately for most of you, sitting around smokin pot is probably what got us into the mess we're in.....what needs to be illiminated, are the reasons people get high...mostly low self-esteem and an overwheling desire to escape their reality...so, basically, pot-heads are wusses...sitting around tokin, whinin, makin grand plans, whining, debating the fate of the country, whining, eating twinkies and ho-ho's, but not doin much else......its this mentality tha More..

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    • According to a rather vague philosophy I am trying to discern, we do not find out what things "are" -- only how they interact with other things. And what are these things they interact with? Things that interact with other things! What you wind up with is a web of "detailed and complex model for interactions". The important thing is the WEB. You can use the WEB to make things you like, that make life better for humanity.
      What in hell IS energy itself? You can't smell, taste, More..

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    • I can say about the songs of Pink Floyd and good music in general that this music resonates with the shamanic side of myself deeply... i mean the idea of "killing the past and coming back to life" to head straight into the shining sun... that is the classic death-rebirth call to shamanism, or call to practice a higher level of shamanism!! when one comes back to life by entering the light, they return to the higher dimensional, infinite part of their being!

      this is incredible, i neve More..

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    • also disregarding some assumptions of others or the past lead to new and better understanding? Einstein was great at this.

      Also, we never always know what's happening or what "things" actually are. Mostly, we observe cause or effect. Sometimes we can explain the effect and sometimes we can explain the cause, but we rarely know both at these levels.

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    • the fact is that we only have visual knowledge of a very small amount of the universe. The fact is that we have no idea if we are the only living things in the universe, and the assumption that we are the only intelligent life is kind of small minded. Peoples ideas of God have altered so many times since the beginning of time and the only thing that we can be absolutely sure about is the fact that we know very little about everything surrounding us.

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    • We see what nature allows us to see. Science is all observation and observations are mental phenomenon and thus biological phenemenons. Nature was always a mystery, is a mystery and will remain a mystery.
      while all of this very interesting and largely in its infancy in terms of "discovery" or lack there of,sounds more like a continuation of the theories behind roentgen and what he actually "discovered".
      "... everything is ultimately made of energy ..." I believe t More..

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    • INFINITY
      Could it be that the 'Big Bang' is what happens......in/on the other side of/as a result of...... a 'Black Hole'? 'Birth of the Universe' is a good term. Not a 'beginning', but a continuation. It seems that most still refer to 'ends of the Universe' or 'beginning or end of time' which beg to place limits, and no one has never experienced limits. Infinity is the only concept that makes sense.

      --Thinking along those lines is how people make discoveries. In the multiverse idea the big More..

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    • Scientists believe that warfare (and conquest) are as natural as hunger and lust. Warfare and conquest represent the general tendencies in the society but on an individual level they tend to stay hidden, repressed until a new great leader emerges again and organizes another World War III where he will use his people's ability to unite to the fullest extent.

      Naturally, a nation's ability to wage a modern, effective warfare is an indicator of it's collective IQ, - now where would you rather l More..

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    • nyc over 65% of violent crime is committed by blacks another 25% by hispanics that includes murders and rapes... In the entire us almost 50% of all violent crime is committed by a very small minority group called black males which barely make up only 7% percent of the entire population... Yes whites commit terrible crimes toooo, but much much less often... This is certainly not racist but facts taken from the gov data base

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    • scientists think that a black hole breaks all matter down to a singularity. They also believe the universe was created by a big bang, a single pinpoint of vast amounts of energy bursting forth.

      The thought that a new universe could be on the exiting side of a black hole makes since to me, as it could be the big bang (single point of energy i.e. singularity) that creates it. One would think since black holes suck in everything including light that they, in turn; propell the matter in a fashio More..

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