Justin

Justin

  • Commented on The ticking clock
    I already see life as too short to have enough point in itself. Would a 5-year ticket make a difference? I'd probably streamline my priority list and get the most worthwhile things done, and try not to get too fazed...
  • Commented on 2512
    You have already suggested that the complexity of life is one proof, and that the Turin Shroud is another. Both are explicable without resorting to supernatural forces. So how can you be sure that point 1 above doesn't apply? These...
  • Commented on 2512
    "Detectable" by ANY scientific means. We can go from massless particles up through neutrinoes atoms molecules, life, planets all the way to super-galaxy clusters in deep space & time ... no BigSkyFaiy anywhere. Show please? Oh, you're looking for a...
  • Commented on 2512
    By the shroud you mean the shroud of Turin? I thought that was carbon dated to the 15th century or thereabouts. Yes, that's the one. The 1988 C14 test is under the spotlight. See this BBC documentary. I saw a...
  • Commented on 2512
    You're a young-earth creationist trolling this forum. Admit it. I admit I'm a bit naive, internet-wise. I had to go to Wiki to get a definition of trolling: In Internet slang, a troll is someone who posts inflammatory,[3] extraneous, or...
  • Commented on National Talk About Something Else Day
    I'm trying to get my first SF novel along the road (having already published a HF novel). Difficult to do as I have to hold down a full-time job as manager of a printing company. One school client sends me...
  • Commented on 2512
    Justin @ 380 "No god is detectable" & therefore all gods are irrelevant. To prove me wrong, and make it worthwhile taking any god seriously, all you have to do is detect him/her/it/them SIMPLES! Detectable, yes. In a way that...
  • Commented on 2512
    'Homoiousia' for those who noticed the error. ;-)...
  • Commented on 2512
    Make that 325 CE for Catholicism (Council of Nicaea, that's the one that settled the iota), Not really. Homoiousion fine-tuned a dogma, it didn't start a religion. 1000 BCE for Hinduism and 500 BCE for Buddhism. So it is. Got...
  • Commented on 2512
    Or they outlast any other human institution. Islam goes back to 600AD, Catholicism +/-4BC and Hinduism somewhere around 500BC, and none show any signs of exiting the stage just yet. Myself, I avoid religious arguments like the plague. Just on...
  • Commented on 2512
    If you know the Church from the inside out you would know that the chances of a female or automated pope range from zip to zero. Sure, individual opinions may be in favour (of the female option), but the Church's...
  • Commented on 2512
    I notice you don't mention the Catholic Church. What is your opinion of religion, i.e. man's perception of God, sense of his purpose in life, etc? I imagine none of that will change....
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