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Re: Death to death, immortality soon? (Laurent Alexandre)




by Janic » 12/09/21, 11:08

sen-no-sen »12 / 09 / 21, 10: 46
Janic stops dicking it's im-bu-va-ble!
because you think you're not sausage yourself? I respect your beliefs, like anyone else's for that matter, but they are just beliefs, nothing more, and adding a small dose of "science", or supposedly such, does not make them any better. , no less, credible than any other belief. :?
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by sen-no-sen » 12/09/21, 12:13

1) The fact that the universe is expanding is not a belief, no more than the second principle of thermodynamics.
If you don't believe me, sit on your sofa and wait patiently for a long, long time without doing anything. After a few hours you will be thirsty, hungry, want to go and satisfy natural needs etc ... proof that your body dissipates energy.It is not a question of beliefs but of perfectly supported realities. the expansion of the Universe.

2) The thesis of creationism is not solvable, on the one hand because it is irrefutable (unverifiable if you prefer), on the other because it is contradicted by nature. an evolutionary thesis, that is to say that it is founded on a history In science a history is the scientific study of an evolution Evolution is not necessarily reptiles which evolve to become birds, it is above all a measure of the increase in entropy.
Time does not exist, what we call time is the evolution of a system with regard to its increase in entropy. If we could globally reverse entropy, the course of time would be reversed.
Whether the world was created 5 minutes, 6000 years ago or 10 million years ago does not change anything, because there is evolution in all cases.
The problem is that we cannot at the same time claim that the world was created X time ago and claim that the things in it are frozen (fixism).

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by Janic » 12/09/21, 13:00

sen-no-sen »12 / 09 / 21, 12: 13
1) The fact that the universe is expanding is not a belief, no more than the second principle of thermodynamics.

And where would you have read or heard that the texts of Judaism (or genesis) deny any expansion of our universe, or prove it! As a reminder your "scientific" side said that the expansion of the universe was slowing down while now it says the opposite?
If you don't believe me, sit on your sofa and wait patiently for a long, long time without doing anything. After a few hours you will be thirsty, hungry, want to go and satisfy natural needs etc ... proof that your body dissipates energy.It is not a question of beliefs but of perfectly supported realities. the expansion of the Universe.

The subject is not about the universe in itself and its "stones" which are its stars, but about life and only life, which evolutionism is incapable of describing and even less of reproducing.
2) The thesis of creationism is not solvable: on the one hand because it is irrefutable (unverifiable if you prefer), on the other because it is contradicted by nature.

a) unverifiable according to what criteria? Machines, devices, even sophisticated ones invented to answer depending on the question asked(no other) as for any other materialist, industrial field! If that's the irrefutable! Bof!
As I explained this is a
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evolutionist, that is to say that it is founded on a history.In science, a history is the scientific study of an evolution.Evolution is not necessarily reptiles which evolve to become birds, it is above all a measure of the increase in entropy.
Time does not exist, what we call time is the evolution of a system with regard to its increase in entropy If we could globally reverse entropy the course of time would be reversed
Nobody knows anything about it, even less scientifically, the fantasy of going back in time: infantilizing!
That the world is summer created 5 minutes ago, 6000 years or 10 million years ago don't change anything, because there is evolution in all cases.
which brings us back to the fact that it was created then!
Not very convincing, everything is linked to the very definition that we attribute to the word evolution. When a pregnant woman sees her belly swell and the baby grow in her womb, can we call it evolution? If the individual sees by gluttony or by digestive disorder, his waist size and overweight increase, can this be called, evolution and all to match! I doubt !
Except that the word evolution relates precisely to the fact that reptiles could have evolved into birds, which is only an interpretation of the phenomenon of non-adaptation between one and the other, precisely, because it is only a question of of an arbitrary classification, LATE, to support the discourse, anti religion, of growing atheism (evolving!) A system simply wanting to replace another!
The problem is that we cannot at the same time claim that the world was created X time ago and claim that the things in it are frozen (fixism).
Where is the contradiction? Designing a product (human way) does not anticipate how it will be used since any inventor and manufacturer defines the limits of use. These uses outside of a forecast is what you call the freedom of choice, the scope of which is inevitably limited to the use that one makes of them and in the field of living organisms, it is disease, then quick death! like driving in the opposite direction on a highway with 3g of alcohol in your blood!
No need to start over the more than 200 pages that have covered these subjects, everyone to refer to if they are interested in it!

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by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 12/09/21, 19:49

sen-no-sen wrote:Janic stop slicing [b]

He doesn't sausage, he's a vegetarian ... (I'm going out)
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by Janic » 12/09/21, 20:06

sen-no-sen wrote:
Janic stops dicking [b]


He doesn't sausage, he's a vegetarian ... (I'm going out)
he's a vegetarian, I'm a vegan! In addition there are vegetable sausages.
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by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 12/09/21, 20:28

Janic wrote:In addition there are vegetable sausages.

I've never eaten a good one, however, in Germany, there is a choice!
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by Janic » 13/09/21, 07:44

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I've never eaten a good one, however, in Germany, there is a choice!
This is quite normal since it is not of animal origin, it is like comparing a wine and a beer, both being however alcoholic fermented products, the tastes are different.
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by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 13/09/21, 13:38

Janic wrote:guy
I've never eaten a good one, however, in Germany, there is a choice!
This is quite normal since it is not of animal origin, it is like comparing a wine and a beer, both being however alcoholic fermented products, the tastes are different.

It is not because it is not of animal origin that it has to be mediocre in taste ...
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by sen-no-sen » 13/09/21, 14:48

Please do not "sausage" the debate! : Mrgreen:
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by Janic » 13/09/21, 18:53

It is not because it is not of animal origin that it has to be mediocre in taste ...
it is true, but the taste is personal, what one will find "good" another will find it "bland, without taste!
The mistake is precisely to want to find the same taste as the bidoche. In reality, these products are only substitutes intended not to suddenly disorient those who switch from one mode to another, as when changing countries with different cuisine and products.
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