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I'm pretty sure he was being sarcastic...

If someone believes that there are "vampire like beings" in actuality, then there, in my opinion, is something wrong.

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I would have to go with quarks or tachyons, because of the implications of their existence, (or, for tachyons, the implications if they were proved to exist) as well as the nature of the particles; both pose interesting intellectual questions. Besides that, they are just really interesting.

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Correction: Catholics believe they have a right to exist outside of hell; atheists don't believe in hell

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The Stormlight Archive

Mistborn

The Wheel Of Time

Now: The Physics of Time

Speaker for the Dead

Astrophysics for people in a hurry

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Depends, but this is generally true. Scientist have animated things from shaking chemicals..... remember your 9th grade biology class?

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Try this book: The Physics of Time by Richard A. Muller, it supports your theory and is really good. Also, you have a point.

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Sadly, he might, if he doesn't get impeached in his first term.

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If Christian values fall, the United States won't fall. For one, not everyone is Christian. Also, many of the values held by Christians are values held by everyone - or at least they should be. So yeah, America wouldn't fall, not by a long shot.

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Technically, they do, if we want to ensure facts are facts, but if they are, it presents a chicken and the egg situation; the person checking the fact checkers needs to be checked, and so on and so forth

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I think both are great, overall, but I have to say I am more fond of LOTR, though both have a great plot line, well-written characters, and just a great story overall.

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Agreed.

All most people do on this site is scream at each other and call each other names.

I wish I could have an intelligent debate once in my life...

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Atheism isn't a religion......

It is the lack of a religion......

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I saw this when it aired - I agree, hilarious. Heavily ironic, as well - The President doesn't know the national anthem -_-

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I am confused as to the name of this side of the debate, but I would happily accept children if they are mature. Given the amount of adults that act lie children on this site, I would welcome the possibility of mature adolescents.

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I love both.... but I would have to choose Imagine Dragons

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Oh, definitely. Even if I don't celebrate the holiday fully, I have come to realize that the over-commercialization of the holiday has caused it to lose much of its true meaning.

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I'm personally fond of tea, though water (yeah, I know it's weird -_-) is a close second, as well as coffee.

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If he even makes it through the first term without getting impeached, I'd honestly be very surprised. Two terms? Yeah, that isn't going to happen.

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Hmmmm....

What do you think?

People would be found mysteriously dead after a heart attack

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I know = p Just wanted to make sure everyone else knew that, too

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It is unhuman, not just unchristian, just wanted to point that out. I don't think it should be abolished COMPLETLY, but should definitely be severely restricted.

You use so many periods.................. =p

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...Not to repeat what has already been said, but printing "In God We Trust" on money is forcing Christian beliefs on other people.... so your argument is invalid. No one has the right to force anything on poeple, which is why future currency should be religiously neutral.

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That would indeed be fair. It would practically balance out, for those atheists in the country. =p

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There would actually be nothing to pay for, at least no more expenses than there are nw, if we were to remove "In God We Trust" from future money. As for God being a part of America's history, he is a part of history for some people; older money with "In God We Trust" on it would still be circulating, so god wouldn't be erased from our history at all, in fact. I also support removing "under God" from the pledge, for a few different reasons; America isn't a Christian nation, per se, so it should be removed. It wasn't there originally, anyway...


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