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Is our Sun a star?
#21
RE: Is our Sun a star?
That's sort of what I was getting at, really. He started at the bottom and got worse. Yes I know it makes no sense beyond the ridiculously comical. Just like the article in fact.
At the age of five, Skagra decided emphatically that God did not exist.  This revelation tends to make most people in the universe who have it react in one of two ways - with relief or with despair.  Only Skagra responded to it by thinking, 'Wait a second.  That means there's a situation vacant.'
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#22
RE: Is our Sun a star?
About hundred billion stars per a galaxy. I really can't wait to meet advanced and peaceful extraterrestrial species.



Makes you feel small, isn't it?
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#23
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(October 31, 2011 at 7:36 pm)paintpooper Wrote: Huh didn't know geocities still hosting websites. What about angelfire?

I thought Geocities died in 2009. Apparently, this site was somehow saved.
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#24
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(November 2, 2011 at 9:20 am)Blam! Wrote: Makes you feel small, isn't it?

But remember, God created the earth before he created any of that other stuff just for us humans! And he really does care where you stick your hoo-hoo dilly.
Christian apologetics is the art of rolling a dog turd in sugar and selling it as a donut.
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#25
RE: Is our Sun a star?
(November 1, 2011 at 12:25 am)Chuck Wrote: No, it wouldn't. Once you are at "prove, using only the bible", it's really impossible to go any lower.

Oh, if it's up to the fundies, they will most certainly find a way or die trying! Big Grin

When I was young, there was a god with infinite power protecting me. Is there anyone else who felt that way? And was sure about it? but the first time I fell in love, I was thrown down - or maybe I broke free - and I bade farewell to God and became human. Now I don't have God's protection, and I walk on the ground without wings, but I don't regret this hardship. I want to live as a person. -Arina Tanemura

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#26
RE: Is our Sun a star?
(November 2, 2011 at 2:07 pm)Doubting Thomas Wrote: But remember, God created the earth before he created any of that other stuff just for us humans!
So the bible says..

(November 2, 2011 at 2:07 pm)Doubting Thomas Wrote: And he really does care where you stick your hoo-hoo dilly.
Oh, he does? I'd more than happy to entertain him by the all means.




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#27
RE: Is our Sun a star?
Quote:BIBLICAL PROOF THAT OUR SUN IS NOT A STAR
Biblical Proof? Never has such a oxymoronic, convoluted statement been uttered before by beings who dare to call themselves "sapient".

If words could kill, that argument would've just imploded the known universe...
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#28
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(November 2, 2011 at 9:20 am)Blam! Wrote: About hundred billion stars per a galaxy. I really can't wait to meet advanced and peaceful extraterrestrial species.

You'll first have to deal with the advanced and warlike aliens.
Please give me a home where cloud buffalo roam
Where the dear and the strangers can play
Where sometimes is heard a discouraging word
But the skies are not stormy all day
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#29
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(November 3, 2011 at 4:39 pm)Vaeolet Lilly Blossom Wrote:
(November 2, 2011 at 9:20 am)Blam! Wrote: About hundred billion stars per a galaxy. I really can't wait to meet advanced and peaceful extraterrestrial species.

You'll first have to deal with the advanced and warlike aliens.

The first invention of radio dated back in 1895 which means - we already have about 116 light-years range surrounding our Earth because of our radio activity. Am I only one feeling that we was discovered by extraterrestrial?

It's scary to think if it's technology advanced, warlike aliens. Panic
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#30
RE: Is our Sun a star?
Not too bad really. Hopefully they'll exterminate you.

Would suck to be a slave Smile
Please give me a home where cloud buffalo roam
Where the dear and the strangers can play
Where sometimes is heard a discouraging word
But the skies are not stormy all day
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