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Lefty

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Lefty last won the day on March 12 2019

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    If you look hard enough and keep asking why you'll get your answers!

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  1. This I believe is an excellent example of how the RCC is blowing smoke up the backsides of its followers. They claim this to be the location of the so-called "Last Supper", yet the building they admit wasn't built till around the 12-14th century, on top of an older 4th-century church. One must really have faith to believe the last supper took place in a building that wouldn't exist for another 300+ years after that last meal. All boils down to absolutely no proof at all this is the location, even if the bible were true! And just to prove my point of the "church" trying to appease t
  2. LOL, well, they do religiously push communism, so there's that. And once you go through their re-education camps to pay for your sins, you will feel born again. Oh, and it does seem that the state is omnipresent, digitally speaking.
  3. Thank you mwc, well done in your travels. Very interesting indeed.
  4. Wow, you really did some searching. I was thinking you were just doing some literary research to write a response. I'm jealous of you seeing all those old places. For Europeans, old places are all over and not that big a deal, but for an American who has never been across the pond, the oldest we see here is no more than maybe the 17th century. Interesting that while it was an informal search, seems you have added to my assertions that any "churches" no older than about the 4th century are about all that can be found. Aside from the area of Rome, the next closest place would likely
  5. I think it more appropriate to say for every action there are consequences. Indeed, the so-called "golden rule" is bullshit designed to motivate the masses to behave themselves as the ruling religious class desires. In the south where I'm from, this rule is usually prefaced with the phrase "Hold my beer. Hey ya'll watch this..."
  6. Thank you for the replies. That's some interesting comments, but as I said, I already have heard the story pretty much presented as it has been here. However... ...the only part that comes close to actually answering is this by wellnamed, "...Theories are not facts in some simple sense...." I knew from the start that there would be paragraphs written but would likely not answer directly the question. Dare I ask, can a simple yes or no suffice? A brief explanation of why yes or no is fine. Remember, I'm not asking for a scientific paper
  7. Yes, I'm in a sense taking an unscientific poke at science. The term "scientific theory" has always troubled me with the way it is used in science. As a layman, it seems to me to fall short of the intent merely by using the word "theory". The reason I bring this up is I have run into this topic in another thread here in these forums. Years ago I was "schooled" by men of science when I questioned why evolution is called "The Theory of Evolution". I asked why is the word theory used if evolution is fact. BOY was that a...lively discussion! I have read many answers to this
  8. Yes, I'm aware of the "scientific theory" angle. No need to get all technical. I was just having fun. Sorry.
  9. Guess it's a matter of opinion, but I thought a little levity would be constructive, especially since science hasn't really a clue about Mars other than theory. A whole host of papers have been written, all pointing to a common understanding that they simply don't know.
  10. That's preposterous! The science clearly points to bovine flatulence.
  11. Thank you, but I'm a bit confused. I was under the silly impression that the bunny was to watch over my virility. (for the record I have no children. What's up with that Doc? Just sayin'! )
  12. It's the Henry Ford sales pitch..."You can have your automobile painted any color you want so long as it's black".
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