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Sarick last won the day on August 1 2015

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  1. THe corruption is always the result of a centralised government leadership. When people lose faith in humanity as individuals they put it in government. The UN is a world government that attempts to mismash everyone into the same way of thinking. It's leaders can be of multiple religious aspects. This allows for majority based influence where it's not needed. This far the UN has a high influence on the world. This power will grow in the future.
  2. The teachings of islam indoctrinate people that they are like the sword is to man as man is the sword of god. This implyes that the laws made that are punishable by death absolve the believers from spiritual sin. Murder someone in cold blood because they're not following sharia etc. in honor kills is the WILL of god and the followers are the hand of god this they aren't the ones doing the killing. You see the reason why it's supported? Ever heard the line "God Willing" or "Allah willing" This is taught in the spoils of war throughout teaching the koran. Just read and interpret chapters 8-9. for starters. It's why most so called moderate muslims do nothing for people of other faith, It's because they believe Sharia is gods law and by islam absolves them of guilt if others are punished under it. Even if you not religious take the time to educate yourself on the teaching in the koran, It's written in a way to indoctrinate as it always repeats believers will be rewarded in an uplifting way after almost every paragraph. It's brainwashing 101. There are many reasons why people support shaira to contradict the bill of rights written in the constitution.
  3. On twitter it would have a hashtag something like #trueislamisradical >>> True Islam Is Radical <<< When people read that and start asking questions it only takes a few answers to explain it. Those who live islam as it's written fallow a radical lifestyle and the other so called moderate people don't really read or interpret islamic text literally. The truth is in plain sight for those who look. Then there is this translated text, Included links. --- 8:12 God revealed His will to the angels, saying: 'I shall be with you. Give courage to the believers. I shall cast terror into the hearts of the infidels. Strike off their heads, strike off the very tips of their fingers!' 8:13 That was because they defied God and His Apostle. He that defies God and His Apostle shall be sternly punished by God. 8:14 We said to them: 'Taste this. The scourge of the Fire awaits the unbelievers.' 8:15 Believers, when you encounter the infidels on the march, do not turn your backs to 'them in flight. 8:64 Prophet, God is your strength, and the faithful who follow you. 8:65 Prophet, rouse the faithful to arms. If there are twenty steadfast men among you, they shall vanquish two hundred; and if there are a hundred, they shall rout a thousand unbelievers, for they are devoid of understanding. http://www.islamawakened.com/quran/8/st50.htm 9:122 It is not right that all the faithful should go to war at once. A band from each community should stay behind to instruct themselves in religion and to admonish their men when they return, so that they may take heed. 9:123 Believers, make war on the infidels who dwell around you. Deal firmly with them. Know that God is with the righteous. http://www.islamawakened.com/quran/9/st50.htm Islam is enforced by Sharia law harshly. • Criticizing or denying any part of the Quran is punishable by death. • Criticizing or denying Muhammad is a prophet is punishable by death. • Criticizing or denying Allah, the moon god of Islam is punishable by death. • A Muslim who becomes a non-Muslim is punishable by death. • A non-Muslim who leads a Muslim away from Islam is punishable by death. • A non-Muslim man who marries a Muslim woman is punishable by death.Really, anyone with a measurable IQ should be able to figure this out. JUst read the pages I linked from start to finish.
  4. The plan is to contaminate food supplies at the sources I assume.
  5. Horrible, no 2nd amendment, a military police state where people and children are owned by the state like cattle. This would be better suited as a constitution for North Korea not America. There is just to much room for abuse or power.
  6. Secrets of Magnets

    I can explain why he can attach that one magnet to the big magnet wiout it flipping. It's rather simple. The material inside the second magnet is highly ferromagnetic. It's magnetic field strength is weaker the magnetic attraction to the larger magnet, so it over powers the second magnets pole. I do this all the time with weaker magnets weakening their field. When the big magnet is stronger then the small magnet who's made up of materials that are ferromagnetic the attraction to the big magnet can be stronger then the weaker magnets pole repulsive field. This would make the same poles stick to each other. Depending on the field strength difference of the weaker magnet vs the stronger the attraction will very. I assume the easiest way to test this would be to stick a powerful electromagnet on that big magnet that is neutral without power then slowly increase it's magic power until the electromagnet's poles are stronger then the attraction to the ferromagnetic materials in the electromagnet. You could also take one of those weak refrigerator magnets and stick it to a powerful magnet. It's not rocket science.
  7. Beating someone to the ground because they say something is hardly a peaceful or civil way to respond. The people who throw the first physical punch escalate the conflict. They could've just yelled back at them, but instead they had to mob beat the men. This affirms the victims were physically attacked with intent to cause injury. This makes the victims martyrs and exposes the nature of the beast.
  8. This is why banning guns is bad. If they could defend themselves they'd be absolved by self defense. If they where shot by these attackers the attackers would be in jail. Either way, street violence isn't treated at the same level.legally until someone dies. Even then in these areas with mobs they'd lie to protect each other anyway.
  9. I'm having issues using paste. On this site, the paste option seems restricted to keyboard shortcuts. Edit found a second way by right clicking on the cursor or inside existing text. I couldn't just pull up paste in the menu into empty space without targeting the cursor or content with other existing text. It's just wasn't in the list. I'm glad I figured this out as it was giving me a headache..
  10. Might, I don't believe I used that exact word however, we both did agree that there have already been minor unexpected accidents with genetic manipulation. Taking that into account we can assume with dignity that it's not out of bounds to make such future assumptions. How many times does it take years for medications to be approved only to have nasty side effects attributed to them later down the road when they slipped past the test phase unnoticed. I'm not being over speculative scientist aren't gods they're humans and humans are bound to make mistakes. This is a fact that is undeniable. Why should we lie to ourselves in blind faith by assuming that our scientist can move forward with 100% certainty, and success? It's good to be an optimist sometimes but perception of how money influences science is an understatement of the risk scientist and human greed are willing to take for their research and bottom lines
  11. On the contrary I was pointing out the possibility of genetically manufactured organisms with hybrid single use limitations would be a very effective monopoly. This making them incompatible in second or third generation offspring. There are some hybrid plants that are almost completely sterile. One such being our modern banana. Yummy. Here is an example. http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2010/06/commercial-banana-plants-are-perfect-clones-of-one-another/ I've explained that gene splicing is far more pervasive in it's effect then hybridisation. I'm sticking to that as explained in the previous post on flies.
  12. There is no speculation we both agree that both processes are different, what we don't agree on is that one type of manipulation can have a greater risk over the other. Example: Take for instance when scientist modified flies genetically to give them live longer lives. A side effect was their eye color mysteriously changed in an unplanned mutation later down the breeding chain. This was completely unexpected and the scientist didn't understand what caused the extra unplanned mutation. Such an example signifies that we don't yet fully understand transgenic manipulation despite our ability to be/appear totally successfully most of the time. Humans are like children playing with matches we have got to be careful or we will get burned especially when splicing DNA. This should be easy to agree with. Arguing that this stance is speculation or delusional is basing the argument on faith. IMHO It's only a matter of time.
  13. That sucks but you know why they did that? It's to protect and preserve native species from being introduced into the fragile ecosystem. Hehe. That's the excuse they use. Where I live we used to throw out all kinds of seeds etc. We ended up having watermelons, pumpkins as and a few other foods appear out where we dumped the organic food waste. In fact the location where I live wasn't supposed to be capable of producing watermelon however amazingly one did grow and adapt into a whit watermelon that we gave to a family member when she visited from Florida. She gave it out to the kids in the neighborhood and said it was gobbled up as the sweetest melon she's ever tasted. It's good to live out away from the city and be able to plant almost anything that isn't illegal if you can keep it alive. Florida is just highly restrictive like Califonia.
  14. THe banana we by at the supermarket is modified so it lacks seeds, there are seedless grapes. One must assume the dangers of these types of fruit in the wake of a catastrophe entire these modified foods would simply become extinct. If we was to by corn etc and the seeds wouldn't grow more then one cycle a monopoly would have a much more devastating effect as we wouldn't be capable of using the harvest to benefit the seeding of the next years development. In these conditions once those plants die only manufactured seeds would be available to replace them giving added power to a monopoly. Just a thought.
  15. The I've never been one to assume such a simplified generalization without further insight. I've always broken things down to their root sources further separating key elements and distinguishing variables while looking outside the box. To me the type of technological modifications used hold significant value in increased risk. There is no lack of critical thinking if extra subfactors are identified that independently distinguish a higher complexity of understanding of the subject material. For example when someone defines the numerical value of Pi as 3.14 there are others that go several extra points after .14 to increase precision such as the use of .3.14159265359 to calculate circumference instead of the basic rounding 3.14 used by grade schoolers. The added subfactors to define extra layers and variables identify a higher logical foresight then those generalised as single layered examples that bunch everything into one simplified arrangement. I would hope you would've recognised that level of detail by now in my position.
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