1. Standard memberHand of Hecate
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    Wouldn't you have to?
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    09 Dec '13 00:56
    Originally posted by Hand of Hecate
    Wouldn't you have to?
    I wont do that to the atheists. What would they not believe in?
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    Micro brewed beer and barbecued rib eye steaks?
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    09 Dec '13 10:17
    Originally posted by Hand of Hecate
    Wouldn't you have to?
    What/which god/s?
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    you cannot kill a chess god!
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    09 Dec '13 10:45
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    you cannot kill a chess god!
    Deep Blue would beg to differ.
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    09 Dec '13 11:42
    Originally posted by googlefudge
    Deep Blue would beg to differ.
    deep blue! spit ding! you mean deep blue and Joel Benjamin making human moves from behind the scenes when it counts!
  8. Standard memberHand of Hecate
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    For the sake of simplicity lets assume there is one God and we, as humans can't begin to fathom its true nature. We are crippled after all trying to define the glory and terror of God on terms we understand.

    Back to business. Yes kill all aspects of God for the greater good.
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    09 Dec '13 11:48
    Originally posted by Hand of Hecate
    For the sake of simplicity lets assume there is one God and we, as humans can't begin to fathom its true nature. We are crippled after all trying to define the glory and terror of God on terms we understand.

    Back to business. Yes kill all aspects of God for the greater good.
    Give me one good reason why I should assume that there is only one god.
    And one good reason why we can't begin to fathom it's nature.

    Why is monotheism so often assumed to be the default... when it is less
    intrinsically likely than polytheism... Even given how unlikely polytheism is.
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    09 Dec '13 11:49
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    deep blue! spit ding! you mean deep blue and Joel Benjamin making human moves from behind the scenes when it counts!
    Your evidence for your accusations?

    Because we all know how much you value evidence.
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    09 Dec '13 12:02
    Originally posted by googlefudge
    Your evidence for your accusations?

    Because we all know how much you value evidence.
    That's correct as a man of science and empiric's I do value evidence,

    http://www.chess.com/forum/view/general/kasparov-vs-deep-blue--foul-play
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    09 Dec '13 13:15
    Originally posted by Hand of Hecate
    For the sake of simplicity lets assume there is one God and we, as humans can't begin to fathom its true nature. We are crippled after all trying to define the glory and terror of God on terms we understand.

    Back to business. Yes kill all aspects of God for the greater good.
    "For the sake of simplicity lets assume there is one God and we, as humans can't begin to fathom its true nature. We are crippled after all trying to define the glory and terror of God on terms we understand."

    There are many persons, places and things we as humans can't initially begin to fathom or define in terms we understand. Question is why; not an act of denial, destruction or murder. Only issue is our attitude and motivation to learn. A positive attitude and motivation requires acceptance of our ignorance and sufficient desire to replace that ignorance with a working knowledge of the person, place or thing. A negative attitude and motivation insures our ongoing ignorance. (Welcome back)
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    09 Dec '13 15:48
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    deep blue! spit ding! you mean deep blue and Joel Benjamin making human moves from behind the scenes when it counts!
    Joel Benjamin can beat the World Champion? I would say, ummm, no.
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    09 Dec '13 15:51
    People, this is HoH's job, stirring the, uhh... stuff, yeah, that's it.

    Back in the olden days, rabblerousers were run out of town on a rail. Just sayin'.
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    09 Dec '13 15:53
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    That's correct as a man of science and empiric's I do value evidence,

    http://www.chess.com/forum/view/general/kasparov-vs-deep-blue--foul-play
    bwahahahahahahahahahahaha!! (man of science... hooooooooboy... )

    Good one, robbie, keep 'em coming, please...
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