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2014-02-12 10:20:33 PM  
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Are there any other magical/supernatural events that we encounter for which we attempt to figure out using natural means? Shall we boil down every iota of our thoughts to quarks colliding?

I recognize that anything that is perceived to be magical/supernatural is merely not fully understood yet. And yet, we do not have a unified field theory and we claim to render all these things that we don't understand for which some people claim to be magical/supernatural as being impossible. Of course the burden is on the one making the claim and I don't propose that anything be taught as science or truth until they can be proved. It is merely the arrogant position that is taken regarding things that are not understood and have not been proven to have never happened. It is easy enough to say that something has not been proven and is therefore not verifiable so the need to debate its usefulness or lack thereof waits upon the claim to either play out or not.

This is not an argument for ID or for creationism. It is an argument for humility.
2014-02-12 08:41:16 PM  
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I'm pretty sure the fictional boat was triangular in shape.

You can't prove me wrong ... were you there??????!?
2014-02-12 08:13:48 PM  
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Yes, it was round.

...round and fake.
2014-02-12 08:06:24 PM  
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I have a theory that it was small on one end, then big in the middle, and then small again at the other end.  That's my theory.
2014-02-12 07:59:59 PM  
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Darth_Lukecash: Right, what's a cubit?

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