1. Territories Unknown
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    25 Jun '06 11:51
    As further testament to the unerring rightness of science, what a great week for those who hold unswervingly to limited understanding.

    Introducing Nix and Hydra, two of (at least) three moons in Pluto's orbit--- previously held to be but one. Who says science can't be trusted?
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    25 Jun '06 12:00
    Originally posted by FreakyKBH
    As further testament to the unerring rightness of science, what a great week for those who hold unswervingly to limited understanding.

    Introducing Nix and Hydra, two of (at least) three moons in Pluto's orbit--- previously held to be but one. Who says science can't be trusted?
    In the light of new evidence scientists revise their ideas (shock).

    Compare and contrast

    In the light of new evidence creationists cling to their (god-dunnit) ideas (shock).

    In the light of carefully selected evidence IDers attempt to discredit other people's ideas thus 'proving' that an unknown force(TM)* dunnit.(shock).

    * any resemblence between 'unknown force(TM)' and god is entirely coincidental
  3. Donationkirksey957
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    25 Jun '06 12:08
    Originally posted by FreakyKBH
    As further testament to the unerring rightness of science, what a great week for those who hold unswervingly to limited understanding.

    Introducing Nix and Hydra, two of (at least) three moons in Pluto's orbit--- previously held to be but one. Who says science can't be trusted?
    Well, that is kind of like saying "We have drugs to cure certain diseases now that were thought to be incurable so there's proof that science can't be trusted."
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    25 Jun '06 12:20
    Originally posted by FreakyKBH
    As further testament to the unerring rightness of science, what a great week for those who hold unswervingly to limited understanding.

    Introducing Nix and Hydra, two of (at least) three moons in Pluto's orbit--- previously held to be but one. Who says science can't be trusted?
    Well I certainly won't be getting on another aeroplane.
  5. Standard memberChurlant
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    25 Jun '06 16:04
    This thread is testament to the further misrepresentation of what science is. I would say "misunderstanding", but I honestly don't believe Freaky is that ignorant.

    -JC
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    25 Jun '06 17:11
    Originally posted by FreakyKBH
    As further testament to the unerring rightness of science, what a great week for those who hold unswervingly to limited understanding.

    Introducing Nix and Hydra, two of (at least) three moons in Pluto's orbit--- previously held to be but one. Who says science can't be trusted?
    I am so thankful that through faith and prayer we came know of the existence of these two satellites.
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    25 Jun '06 17:35
    Originally posted by FreakyKBH
    As further testament to the unerring rightness of science, what a great week for those who hold unswervingly to limited understanding.

    Introducing Nix and Hydra, two of (at least) three moons in Pluto's orbit--- previously held to be but one. Who says science can't be trusted?
    It has been revealed to me that these three moons are, in fact, one-- in virtue of their ontological cosubstantiality. Hence, there is no need to worry about heretical incompatibility with previous scientific doctrine.
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    Hm....so in order for science to be valid, we would have to never again discover, do, or think anything new? Sweet.
  9. Standard memberBosse de Nage
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    25 Jun '06 18:14
    Originally posted by Churlant
    This thread is testament to the further misrepresentation of what science is. I would say "misunderstanding", but I honestly don't believe Freaky is that ignorant.

    -JC
    The person who rec'd him is!
  10. Standard memberfrogstomp
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    25 Jun '06 19:19
    Originally posted by Bosse de Nage
    The person who rec'd him is!
    Wasn't me that rec'd him. lol
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    25 Jun '06 20:39
    Originally posted by frogstomp
    Wasn't me that rec'd him. lol
    is this one of those rec'd him = rectum jokes?
  12. Standard memberXanthosNZ
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    25 Jun '06 21:01
    Originally posted by dottewell
    Well I certainly won't be getting on another aeroplane.
    Did you know that no one knows why planes stay in the air? It's a complete mystery to those damn scientists. 🙄
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    25 Jun '06 21:06
    Originally posted by XanthosNZ
    Did you know that no one knows why planes stay in the air? It's a complete mystery to those damn scientists. 🙄
    i know why.

    Its because damn drunk people wont get back into their seats, and put their seat belt on.
    😠
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    25 Jun '06 23:16
    Originally posted by XanthosNZ
    Did you know that no one knows why planes stay in the air? It's a complete mystery to those damn scientists. 🙄
    I think you're confusing aeroplanes with bumble bees. Although we now thing that flies actually create a mini vaccuum above their wings that literally "sucks" them upwards.
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    25 Jun '06 23:17
    Originally posted by FreakyKBH
    As further testament to the unerring rightness of science, what a great week for those who hold unswervingly to limited understanding.

    Introducing Nix and Hydra, two of (at least) three moons in Pluto's orbit--- previously held to be but one. Who says science can't be trusted?
    This is just such a wonderful example of how much Freaky hates science.

    The only question that remains is "why?"
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