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(Gizmodo)   Study: looking at awesome natural wonders like the aurora borealis or Salma Hayek's rack makes you more likely to believe in God   (sploid.gizmodo.com) divider line 29
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2013-11-26 12:22:34 PM
That's a nice rack in TFA.
 
2013-11-26 12:25:58 PM
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2013-11-26 12:26:12 PM
Lacking viable alternatives, humans will settle for simple explanations of events they may not readily understand. Film at 11.
 
2013-11-26 12:26:18 PM
Understanding the amazing nature of the universe that leads to events such as the aurora borealis and evolution that creates such impressive features (and also makes us enjoy them so much) makes you more likely to appreciate the wonders of existence rather than just handwaving everything away with the simple explanation of 'god did it'.
 
2013-11-26 12:37:32 PM
If mankind and the universe are too complicated and wondrous to have happened by chance and thus require a creator.

Then by that same logic, wouldn't that creator have to be even more complicated and wondrous, requiring an even larger and more wondrous creator?

// turtles creators all the way down

// The universe is complicated and wondrous to be, that doesn't mean that someone had to design it. I just take it at face value.
 
F42
2013-11-26 12:49:23 PM
Salma's rack is a testament to man's ingenuity, not a natural phenomenon
 
2013-11-26 12:57:07 PM
I find this incredibly hard to believe, as for thousands if not hundreds of thousands of years prior to Yahweh becoming "God," people with less scientific understanding of the universe than we have saw these things (with the exception of Hayek's particular rack) and didn't believe in this "God."

Your move, Jesus.
 
2013-11-26 01:03:48 PM
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This would be the Boobies everywhere but the geek tab.
 
2013-11-26 01:16:42 PM

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This would be the Boobies everywhere but the geek tab Fark.


Farkers would rather beat their dickskinners against their keyboards than do an actual GIS and post the results. I think it's their liberal arts degrees that make them want to pontificate so profusely.

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2013-11-26 01:19:43 PM
oh sure. hide this in the geek tab so no bible thumping teabagger sees it and derps all over it.

/Dare ya to put it in the politics tab.
//Science is awesome and people were burned at the stake for explaining how shiat happens and doesn't happen, and not because dog.
 
2013-11-26 01:20:17 PM

un4gvn666: Lacking viable alternatives, humans will settle for simple explanations of events they may not readily understand. Film at 11.


Actually, what the study found was that viewing one thing that's kinda cool that you don't really understand makes you more gullible about other,  unrelated supernatural bullshiat explanations of entirely different things.
 
2013-11-26 01:30:34 PM
I totally read that as aurora borealis ON Salma Hayek's rack. That would be awesome.
 
2013-11-26 01:33:19 PM
If I could worship at the alter of Salma Hayek, I'd convert without reservation.  That's a faith I'd follow.
 
2013-11-26 01:43:18 PM

F42: Salma's rack is a testament to man's ingenuity, not a natural phenomenon


Those puppies are real.
 
2013-11-26 02:00:28 PM

sheep snorter: oh sure. hide this in the geek tab so no bible thumping teabagger sees it and derps all over it.

/Dare ya to put it in the politics tab.
//Science is awesome and people were burned at the stake for explaining how shiat happens and doesn't happen, and not because dog.


You forget the geek Tab's resident God Squad, I guess since they've been quieter lately.
 
2013-11-26 02:19:26 PM

Jim_Callahan: un4gvn666: Lacking viable alternatives, humans will settle for simple explanations of events they may not readily understand. Film at 11.

Actually, what the study found was that viewing one thing that's kinda cool that you don't really understand makes you more gullible about other,  unrelated supernatural bullshiat explanations of entirely different things.


Jeez, that's even worse.
 
2013-11-26 02:35:41 PM

Mugato: F42: Salma's rack is a testament to man's ingenuity, not a natural phenomenon

Those puppies are real.


They say she got implants at some point.  Same for Hendricks.
 
2013-11-26 02:41:22 PM

CoonAce: Mugato: F42: Salma's rack is a testament to man's ingenuity, not a natural phenomenon

Those puppies are real.

They say she got implants at some point.  Same for Hendricks.


Well, that settles it. Who are we to argue with "They"?
 
2013-11-26 02:50:19 PM

CoonAce: Mugato: F42: Salma's rack is a testament to man's ingenuity, not a natural phenomenon

Those puppies are real.

They say she got implants at some point.  Same for Hendricks.


Shhhh, you'll get that farker to post his dissertation on how the way Hendricks gains weight led to her massive endowments, not implants.

It's fascinating, but creepy.

He even has picture evidence from ads through Firefly and Madmen to whatever she did on stage with Neil Patrick Harris.

//Why do I remember the most useless things?
 
2013-11-26 03:19:51 PM
i believe most early scientists felt they were exploring God's creation.
 
2013-11-26 03:21:44 PM
thread reminds of an event, drinking with friends, somehow started listing hottest actresses. after someone mentioned salma hayek we all went silent (with the exception of a couple satisfying "hmmms") and continued drinking.  no one said anything until we needed another round.  quite possibly the most epic moment of silence i've ever experienced.
 
2013-11-26 03:31:24 PM

colon_pow: i believe most early scientists felt they were exploring God's creation.


I believe most still do.
 
2013-11-26 04:25:05 PM

CoonAce: Mugato: F42: Salma's rack is a testament to man's ingenuity, not a natural phenomenon

Those puppies are real.

They say she got implants at some point.  Same for Hendricks.


Well I dunno, i spent most of my late teens in strip clubs so I consider myself an expert on fake boobs and I think they're real. Hendricks too. But I could be wrong.
 
2013-11-26 04:56:12 PM

Mugato: CoonAce: Mugato: F42: Salma's rack is a testament to man's ingenuity, not a natural phenomenon

Those puppies are real.

They say she got implants at some point.  Same for Hendricks.

Well I dunno, i spent most of my late teens in strip clubs so I consider myself an expert on fake boobs and I think they're real. Hendricks too. But I could be wrong.


I remember the sad day I had when I discovered Brooke Burke's husband was a cosmetic surgeon. They may be cartoonishly large for her frame, but darn it, they hung naturally!
 
2013-11-26 05:53:24 PM
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Can I see it?
 
2013-11-27 05:02:16 AM

Without Fail: [3.bp.blogspot.com image 420x300]

This would be the Boobies everywhere but the geek tab.


That's a pair of golden globes right there!
 
2013-11-27 12:55:34 PM
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2013-11-27 12:56:47 PM
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2013-11-27 02:13:13 PM

un4gvn666: Lacking viable alternatives, humans will settle for simple explanations of events they may not readily understand. Film at 11.


Will the film be easy to understand or will it make me worship satan?
 
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