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    So, in Kennewick WN back in the late '50s, from...

    Going for a record-breaking 116 today. However, it's a very dry heat, 5% humidity.[/QUOTE]

    So, in Kennewick WN back in the late '50s, from late July through mid August, temperatures normally rose...
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    Perhaps this is a between the lines thing but...

    Perhaps this is a between the lines thing but when the radioactive melt through floor consequence lead to a partly enclosed area where some pressure might build. That pressure is nowhere near what...
  3. Thanks for asking. What's a written drivers...

    Thanks for asking.

    What's a written drivers test? My test was by computer. I live in Oregon. The last 'written'/computer test was in 2003. We renew every nine years given we haven't violated...
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    Just following up. there are two ways to look a...

    Just following up. there are two ways to look a free will. One way is to consider whether choice governed by natural law and the other is relativistic "is the choice forced or voluntary'. ...
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    DBT. Great. I went through a bunch of instances...

    DBT. Great. I went through a bunch of instances and conditions. You generalized the answer to crystal clarity.

    I focused on the absurdity of the construct vis a vis reality, You concentrated...
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    Probably cost Boeing a fortune. But, that's not...

    Probably cost Boeing a fortune. But, that's not what I saw at Huntington Beach though. Much more a Silo operation, very by the book.
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    first mile

    first mile
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    collogue

    collogue
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    Ahem First: Pardon me DBT for leaving out...

    Ahem



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    First: Pardon me DBT for leaving out your correct rebuttal statement.

    Since 5/29 I've given up viewing Untermensche posts
  10. Actually most here compare Democratic Capitalism...

    Actually most here compare Democratic Capitalism with political Socialism. It's inappropriate to compare capitalism with political-capital systems unless one is specific. Most of Europe is...
  11. Why?

    Why?
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    "Lock Him UP?" or should we just attribute his...

    "Lock Him UP?" or should we just attribute his rants to a blown mind for 'merica.

    I'm for the former. A Punish is as Shad does.
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    Oh the pickle for closet racists and overt idiots...

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    Oh the pickle for closet racists and overt idiots who have a few bucks. I'm all for trading the term racist for Gohmert which actually reminds me of Gloop Maker.
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    Apparently good sense doesn't apply to fiddle...

    Apparently good sense doesn't apply to fiddle right and marching left.Williams Jennings Bryan, Gus Hall, and Norman Thomas come to mind. Professional candidates they for lost cause parties before...
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    guest

    guest
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    on off

    on off
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    The thing guys, is consciousness and...

    The thing guys, is consciousness and proto-consciousness are probably the same thing with regard to the human condition. Consciousness helps not at all with regard to natural law and t =0. That is...
  18. Find that mirror at which Derec is looking.

    Find that mirror at which Derec is looking.
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    It is a brain about which we're talking. It is...

    It is a brain about which we're talking. It is composed of trillions of biological switches. So we are making decisions all the time. The analogy that comes to mind is a computer. It is designed to...
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    There is nothing is the argument against free...

    Your post suggests that you haven't yet grasped the distinction between the ability to make decisions - which nobody denies - and the incoherent notion of free will.

    The brain makes decisions...
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    Other than what I state being the definitions of...

    Other than what I state being the definitions of the matter it is the statement of definition put forward by the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy:...
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    Yes you can claim. No one denies you can claim....

    Yes you can claim. No one denies you can claim.

    It's simply not what is taking place. Any attempt to justify otherwise requires the hard evidence of material proof which is way beyond that of any...
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    Two subjectives were in a boat. Free will fell...

    Two subjectives were in a boat. Free will fell out and Norm was left. What was left. Nothing. Do you agree?
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    Ok. So what about Quantum mind where the matter...

    Ok. So what about Quantum mind where the matter of time scale and the problem of speculation, no experimental evidence, are raised.





    Following the blast above those problems are expanded...
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    What I don't understand is how genetic mutated...

    What I don't understand is how genetic mutated variation arrived at nanotube quantum selection. A theory so robust it defines most every beneficial change that's taken place in living things since...
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