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  1. No, it's not. I have certainly been misled...

    Yes. It's always other people who are manipulated, isn't it?[/QUOTE]

    No, it's not.

    I have certainly been misled and manipulated by Facebook (and other media). I become aware of it fairly...
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    Perhaps the most fundamental difference between...

    Mybe that's why it is called a miracle.[/QUOTE]

    I should have quoted, but I was specifically commenting on the claim that ''the Jesus miracle acts did not necessarily violate the laws of...
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    I've never really read the Huffington Post or the...

    No, it's a way to say "Your assertion doesn't even rise to the level of evidence I would need to be bothered to check it; I shall assume it to be false until you present evidence sufficiently...
  4. What on Earth makes you think that they haven't...

    Why do facts annoy you?[/QUOTE]


    They don't. What would be annoying is a multibillion dollar Silicon Valley corporation adorning somebody else's content with their own input.[/QUOTE]

    What on...
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    No, it's a way to say "Your assertion doesn't...

    And you are less reliable than the Daily Mail if you're talking about immigration.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/06/03/migrants-have-crossed-channel-illegally-year-whole-2019-record/

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    Results are all that matters. The objective...

    Results are all that matters.

    The objective is low CO2 emissions. All the feel-good stories in the world add up to nothing, in the face of a reality that includes higher emissions than are...
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    No sane person would believe what the Daily Mail...

    DailyMail[/QUOTE]

    No sane person would believe what the Daily Mail has to say.

    That goes double if they are talking about immigration.

    As a source, they are both less reliable and less...
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    Is "moo point" a synonym for "load of bull"?

    If you have been tracking this as you say you are, then you will know that the vast, VAST majority of people who contract the virus show no symptoms or mild symptoms, those that do show symptoms that...
  10. What makes you think that anyone has to trust...

    It's difficult to believe you are being serious.

    Every single person on this thread who wants the fuck-face-coward Zuckerberg to vet content on Facebook has said they don't need their own contents...
  11. Are you sure? Because this strongly suggests...

    Are you sure?

    Because this strongly suggests that you are more than arrogant enough for pretty much anything. (My bold for emphasis).
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    Of course you did. You stated what you claim...

    Male bovine excrement. I didn't make a claim.[/quote]
    Of course you did.

    You stated what you claim to be a fact. You provided no data. Why should anyone accept your claim?

    Another unevidenced...
  13. No, you are just misinterpreting my comment to...

    Wow. You really feel the fall of the Berlin Wall was a victory for fascism. [/quote]No, you are just misinterpreting my comment to bolster your need for an enemy to rail against. That explains the...
  14. And in 1940. Fascist victories are rarely...

    As they did in 2016.[/QUOTE]

    And in 1940.

    Fascist victories are rarely long-lived.
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    Obviously I am talking about humans in good...

    Obviously you've not experienced Congestive heart failure.



    Taking water pills. Gotta keep my potassium up (bananas, avocado, sweet potatoes, etc). Removal of excess liquid in and around lungs...
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    On the good news front, the Queensland Government...

    On the good news front, the Queensland Government have announced that as our lockdown measures have been effective, the relaxing of restrictions originally planned for mid-June will now come into...
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    Indeed. Yet most people, even today, believe that...

    Even in the bad old days of widespread acceptance of spontaneous generation, it was not considered universal, and some advocates of SG considered it possible for organisms to have both origin modes....
  21. Every observer is at the centre of his universe. ...

    Easy. The same way you can prove that Earth isn't at the center of the universe.

    Oh WAIT.

    ScienceTM wrote;


    Maybe we are at the center after all.[/QUOTE]

    Every observer is at the centre...
  22. Or just despise passive-aggressive bullshit. ...

    Learner, anyone who takes offence at someone as polite, charitable and well-meaning as you must have anger management issues.[/QUOTE]

    Or just despise passive-aggressive bullshit.

    Saying...
  23. I seem to recall that back in the '80s, pretty...

    Sure but do you acknowledge the individuals as scientists who are also religious, who have also come up with reliable outcomes?[/QUOTE]

    I work with a lot of religionists.
    NO ONE of them uses...
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    The origin of life isn't much of a problem; There...

    The origin of life isn't much of a problem; There are several excellent hypotheses, and several of them may be correct. The definition of life is the real problem.

    It seems that life/non-life is...
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