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My husband has several, I do not. I was also not into piercing anything weird. I did get my navel pierced in my thirties and two sets of holes in the ears. Nothing else.
...........and it changed the way nominations will be in the Supreme Court forever. Be careful what you wish for. The 'Nuclear Option' will undoubtably blow up in the Republicans face, like a mushroom cloud. It maybe as soon as next January.
Christian Science believes all matter is illusory. Since none of our world is actually real, sickness and disease are errors by satan. Yah, read that book, Mary Baker Eddy was a really strange lady. Coming from me, that means a lot.
You've just accidentally hit the nail on the head for why I am so interested in fictional religion. I didn't think of it that way before, but it makes sense. :)
But you keep using the word God to define what we don't know yet!
Those three words speak volumes.
I'll take two, minus the Gatorade.
What that quote means if if that scientist suspects it "let's God back in" then he's not going to support the very real science no matter how real it is. That's NOT reasonable.
Your brand of nuts attracts credulous rubes, too.
Lol. I knew what he was saying. But, it fits evo and him best.
Yes indeed. We did in Australia. We don't have mass shootings now. Listen and learn, Trumpland.
Im in NY mate.
Bigfoot hunters have conferences and publish in phoney "peer-reviewed journals" that are just echo chambers with no criticism, no methodology, not even a coherent definition of their subject. Does that mean that Sasquatching is a "scientific lens?"
First, if you are arguing that because we don't know what causes us, and other living organisms, to be alive, therefore it must be the atoms of the universe, then I would call that an argument from ignorace.
Desalination was the proposed plan in California due to their water shortages but I?ve read several articles from engineers that state the desalination process is extremely energy intensive and the cost to provide the water volume wasn?t economically feasible even with the state subsidizing costs. California already experiences rolling blackout during the peak of summer from energy demand, they would have to restructure their entire power grid to accommodate the demand for the numerous desalination plants which will never happen. Eventually they?ll have to pipe water from the north to maintain agricultural demand and they?re almost to that point today, espyif they experience another extreme drought.