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Spot on, John.
I do believe that the 20.000 page bill was already put together and waiting for the perfect storm to break: Democrat Executive. Democrat Senate, Democrat House.
We have to pass this bill to know what's in it. Well now we know what's in it it and now we what the change promised us. Let's change it back.
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Birdman III Wrote: Jul 25, 2014 12:11 AM
Acts of God ... as opposed to acts of man. Just in case, all bases are covered.
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Defining Life

Birdman III Wrote: Jul 24, 2014 9:15 PM
Acts of God... as opposed to acts of man.
Even if (small e) enemy was referring to LGBT, a man is entitled to he views. And the way the homosexual community attacks people of faith, they are the enemy.
Science began when some bearded primitive saw something in nature that appeared to repeat. So he tested what he saw. Newton saw an apple fall and deduced a force that caused it. He could repeat it and get consistent results. Newton developed the Law of Gravity. Gravity did not begin with Newton's discovery. Newton merely identified that law. Mendel experimented with genetics. Genes did not begin with Mendel. Mendel began to understand how genes worked. Genes and gravity always existed from Creation and they speak of some great plan. Science speaks of a cause and effect. Scientists see the effect and seek the cause. That has nothing to do with the Renaissance, You even stated that the Greeks knew things... before the Renaissance.
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Birdman III Wrote: Jul 24, 2014 8:28 AM
Also, the ovjum and the sperm and not really alive. Alone, neither experiences cell division... neither grows.
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Birdman III Wrote: Jul 24, 2014 8:25 AM
Neither the human ovum, nor the human sperm are humans. They, individually, do not have the required gene pairing (they only have 1/2 the required genes). The zygote, otoh, is a genetically complete human (taking 1/2 its required genes from the Sperm and 1/2 the required genes from the ovum... 1/2 + 1/2 = 1). I tried to make it as simple as possible.
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