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    This is what *really* happened on Hawaii

    Postby Schu » 21 Jan 2009 23:09

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    Postby Schu » 22 Jan 2009 10:08

    Oh poop, the whole site is down.
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    Postby SandChigger » 22 Jan 2009 13:45

    Is back up. ;)
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    Postby Freakzilla » 22 Jan 2009 13:47

    I've always wondered...

    Did Jesus have to die on every planet or did he die on all planets at once?

    Bummer if he had to go to them one at a time.
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    Postby Freakzilla » 22 Jan 2009 15:29

    :lol: I've got to send that one to my mom.
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    Postby SandChigger » 22 Jan 2009 15:34

    Nice, Ghost! :lol:

    (Your first name isn't "Holy", is it? :shock: )

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    Freak, assuming there is life on other planets and all the Jesus-God-BS, wouldn't "all at once" entail dying for slime mold on some worlds, fishy things or monkey-beings on others? ;)
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    Postby Freakzilla » 22 Jan 2009 15:40

    SandChigger wrote:Nice, Ghost! :lol:

    (Your first name isn't "Holy", is it? :shock: )

    Apollo’s missions move, and Christus seek,
    And wonder as we look among the stars
    Did He know these?
    In some far universal Deep
    Did He tread Space
    And visit worlds beyond our blood-warm dreaming?
    ...
    Christ wanders in the Universe
    A flesh of stars,
    He takes on creature shapes
    To suit the mildest elements,
    He dresses him in flesh beyond our ken.
    There He walks, glides, flies, shambling of strangeness.

    —Ray Bradbury, Christus Apollo

    Full text on this blog.

    Freak, assuming there is life on other planets and all the Jesus-God-BS, wouldn't "all at once" entail dying for slime mold on some worlds, fishy things or monkey-beings on others? ;)


    I don't think Christians believe animals (or slime molds) have souls, (besides the bald, pink monkeys, of course.) at least my folks don't. They get very irrate when I tell them we are animals too.
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    Postby SandRider » 22 Jan 2009 15:55

    not related, really, but so what ?

    Anyone been watching the Discovery Channel program
    that has proved the mass extinction of the dinosaurs happened
    well before the Yucatan asteriod hit ?

    Combination of mass migration of the larger species with
    funky tapeworms and the discovery that the massive volcanic
    rifts in India happened much, much closer together that had
    been previously believed. Some other factors, too I don't
    remember, but the crux is that some nut from the UT has
    pretty conclusively proven that the mass extinction fossils
    do predate the asteroid.

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    Postby Freakzilla » 22 Jan 2009 15:59

    SandRider wrote:not related, really, but so what ?

    Anyone been watching the Discovery Channel program
    that has proved the mass extinction of the dinosaurs happened
    well before the Yucatan asteriod hit ?

    Combination of mass migration of the larger species with
    funky tapeworms and the discovery that the massive volcanic
    rifts in India happened much, much closer together that had
    been previously believed. Some other factors, too I don't
    remember, but the crux is that some nut from the UT has
    pretty conclusively proven that the mass extinction fossils
    do predate the asteroid.

    I hate new science effing up my world view.


    Any idea what the name of the show was? I'd like to watch that.
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    Postby SandChigger » 22 Jan 2009 16:18

    Freakzilla wrote:I don't think Christians believe animals (or slime molds) have souls, (besides the bald, pink monkeys, of course.) at least my folks don't. They get very irrate when I tell them we are animals too.

    Do they turn red and stop talking to you for a while?

    I love when that happens. :lol:

    Anyway ... my point was that for the "all at once" alternative, you have to assume that all life on other planets is simultaneously at some comparable level of intelligent/moral development (capable of and in need of "salvation"). That's all. ;)

    (I haven't seen that show, either, or heard anything about that yet. I'm still trying to recover from the news that Tyrannosaurus Rex was probably just a big flightless buzzard. A scavenger, not a predator, in other words. :shock: )
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    Postby A Thing of Eternity » 22 Jan 2009 16:27

    Great stuff.
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    Postby SandRider » 22 Jan 2009 16:42

    Freak - I think it's "first Apocalypse" or something.
    been in heavy rotation since last month, if you have
    the DishTV, the description text included "Indian volcano",
    so you could search for it. I'll look later - "First Apocalypse"
    might have been a different one.
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    Postby Freakzilla » 22 Jan 2009 16:47

    SandChigger wrote:Do they turn red and stop talking to you for a while?


    I wish! :(
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    on the planets at once

    Postby Sole Man » 22 Jan 2009 17:04

    Freakzilla wrote:I've always wondered...

    Did Jesus have to die on every planet or did he die on all planets at once?

    Bummer if he had to go to them one at a time.


    Maybe he does, and when he's through that's when he'll come again, to start the whole "judgement" thing on each planet as he goes through them all again...

    SCUK ON THAT BITCHY-JESUS!
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    Re: on the planets at once

    Postby Freakzilla » 22 Jan 2009 17:19

    Sole Man wrote:
    Freakzilla wrote:I've always wondered...

    Did Jesus have to die on every planet or did he die on all planets at once?

    Bummer if he had to go to them one at a time.


    Maybe he does, and when he's through that's when he'll come again, to start the whole "judgement" thing on each planet as he goes through them all again...

    SCUK ON THAT BITCHY-JESUS!


    Jesus is coming back, and he's pissed off! :lol:
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    Postby Kensai » 26 Jun 2010 13:08

    SandRider wrote:not related, really, but so what ?

    Anyone been watching the Discovery Channel program
    that has proved the mass extinction of the dinosaurs happened
    well before the Yucatan asteriod hit ?

    Combination of mass migration of the larger species with
    funky tapeworms and the discovery that the massive volcanic
    rifts in India happened much, much closer together that had
    been previously believed. Some other factors, too I don't
    remember, but the crux is that some nut from the UT has
    pretty conclusively proven that the mass extinction fossils
    do predate the asteroid.

    I hate new science effing up my world view.


    Got a link would love to read into that
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    Re: This is what *really* happened on Hawaii

    Postby SandRider » 26 Jun 2010 20:26

    I'd forgotten that already .... you'll have to google for the Discovery Channel program
    whenever that was posted .... haven't got a clue now as to what it was called ...
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    Re: This is what *really* happened on Hawaii

    Postby Nekhrun » 27 Jun 2010 09:02

    Here, let me Google that for you...

    http://dsc.discovery.com/news/afp/20030 ... dead.html#

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    Re: This is what *really* happened on Hawaii

    Postby Kensai » 27 Jun 2010 14:33

    "What happend in Hawaii, stays in Hawaii" ;)
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