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1: Here is a simple IQ test. (35) 2: Behold the trinary xor (3) 3: Nigger IQ. (1) 4: Why no successful manned mission to Mars. (27) 5: Aliens exist. (15) 6: John Glenn's death leaves me to ask one question (5) 7: "Reverse racism" and math for dumbasses (8) 8: A Method for the Study of Consciousness (20) 9: If you could go to Mars (16) 10: Will We Ever Get To Mars...... (2) 11: Can you navigate using a theodolite? (2) 12: Time Travel ??? (2) 13: Indirect contact with space aliens? (16) 14: Do you think the Moon Landing was real? (3) 15: Scientists may have discovered ninth planet! (10) 16: What NASA really said about Antarctic ice (12) 17: We are not alone in the universe. (1) 18: Have you ever been abducted by Aliens? (11) 19: Do you believe in the existence of alien life? (1) 20: It's so ridiculous when you sit down and think it trough. (15) 21: Common Core Math thread (1) 22: Do you honestly believe in the "Big Bang"? (2) 23: Would you live on HD 904790 b (14) 24: What do you think is out there? (1) 25: Everything you know mean nothing (1) 26: Bred dogs for their intelligence (1) 27: Communicating with the stars (5) 28: The most advanced life in the universe. (10) 29: Star Trek thread (32) 30: I'm the go-to person for solving problems. (2) 31: Recreate the big bang? (18) 32: Are we alone in the Universe? (1) 33: Paranormal / extra terrestrial thread (3) 34: I genuinely believe our reality is a simulation. (39) 35: Simple calculations (12) 36: what is the size of uranus (2) 37: Science has disproved atheism. (2) 38: I've seen lots of satellites in my life (2) 39: I am a professional research lawyer. (1) 40: If 9/11 never happened in 2001 (11)
1 Name: Anonymous : 2017-02-22 23:34
Most people can solve it /sci/, prove you guys aren't completely braindead https://i.imgur.com/7Egb1Qj.jpg

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31 Name: Anonymous : 2017-02-23 01:03
Another solution:
heart=moon=star=1
circle=-1
square=0
triangle=6
32 Name: Anonymous : 2017-02-23 01:10
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That's actually true.

That makes
D,E,F also = 0

as

D*E+F needs to be 0
meaning F and D or E both need to be 0 to be proven true.

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33 Name: Anonymous : 2017-02-23 01:16
>>32
thus making it not an impossible equation as you originally stated. you just rekt yourself
34 Name: Anonymous : 2017-02-23 01:23
>>1
Where did you find this test question? Autist University?
35 Name: Anonymous : 2017-04-06 16:31
Assuming the contraction (eg. star moon circle as opposed to star x moon x circle) means 123 rather than 1 x 2 x 3, a solution is:

Triangle=2, Square=4, Circle=3, Heart=5, Star=1
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2017-03-07 04:12
We simply define the binary xor as modulo addition without carry on the base 2 components of two numbers

7 = 0111
3 = 0011
(=) 0100
7 xor(2) 3 = 4

and then increase the base

7 = 21

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2 Name: Anonymous : 2017-03-10 00:33
naive decryption

1 xor(3) 3 = 4
4 xor(3) 3 = 7

1 xor(3) 7 = (22) = 8
8 xor(3) 7 = (10) = 3
3 Name: GF(3) : 2017-03-21 08:14
Hello. I'd like to have a word with you.
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2017-02-24 21:55
In general humans have the same average iq. The ones showing lower iq usually do not have adequate schooling.

Think about it yourself who would know the centripetal force is highest at the part of a trajectory where the angular velocity is the highest :D very logical to anyone not ever had theoretical mechanics 101.
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2017-02-23 01:21
Why hasn't there been a successful manned mission to Mars by now

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23 Name: Anonymous : 2017-02-23 02:39
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Many talented engineers are wroking on iphone7, iphone7+, iphone7++ Director's cut champion edition.

Regurgitating and re-consuming the same old achievements is more profitable, and so pays more to the engineering talent. Bigger house, prettier wife, nicer cars, more kids, etc.

Look at the AMD fallout. They're blowing up over AMD's Ryzen processor. That's what our talent has been doing.
24 Name: Anonymous : 2017-02-23 02:41
Moon Landing was fake so why would humans going to Mars be real?
25 Name: Anonymous : 2017-02-23 02:43
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So going to Mars and after that going to asteroids to mine them isn't worth it?

Nigger asteroids are worth trillions
26 Name: Anonymous : 2017-02-23 03:10
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27 Name: Anonymous : 2017-05-08 23:50
Cost to much, better to bomb the middle east instead, libthinking.
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2017-02-23 03:03
of course they do...
But you can fuck off back to where you came from space nigger, we are full up.
you can stay on the moon if you like

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11 Name: Anonymous : 2017-02-23 04:33
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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special_access_program
12 Name: Anonymous : 2017-02-23 04:41
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the galactic community? dont just say that as if you know it exists. is this star trek? is the rest of the galaxy just waiting for humanity to develop its own FTL space craft before they swoop in and introduce us to the others that make up our galaxy? Can you think of anything that would split people up more then literally being from different worlds? Saying theres a galactic community makes it sound like space would be filled with anything but different species fighting for their own sakes.
13 Name: Anonymous : 2017-02-23 04:49
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would split people up

Pretty sure it would bring people together... at least if the aliens started visiting.
14 Name: Anonymous : 2017-02-23 05:08
>>1
basically this
15 Name: Anonymous : 2017-02-23 05:29
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The truth is out there.
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-10 02:32
Why aren't we investing more in space travel and sending more astronauts into orbit? We're way behind in where we should be.
2 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-10 02:55
Because there's no need to. There's no real demand for anything in space, and even if there was, as long as it can be done by robots, we're not sending people to do it.
3 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-10 03:01
Because the people of the world in general (and the major nation-states in particular - i.e., the U.S, Russia, China, etc.) are too preoccupied with their own present-day little socio-political milieu of international navel-gazing idiocy to really deeply ponder about the ramifications of the global long-term big-picture paradigm-shifting nature of the cosmic milieu we (as at least quasi-sentient beings) find ourselves in.

Let's hope we as a species come to our senses before another era, thousands of years in the future, finally sees the light towards another stellar system's potential home world.
4 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-17 22:34
The science is based on the success of nuclear physics - neutron, proton, electron, quarks - and their (un)stable configurations.

Of course, this is the language we've come to know, which confines us to a certain way of looking at the world. Should you propose a new language, like the strings in String Theory or qubits in Information Theory, to see the atomic world somewhat differently, then there are potential possibilities.
5 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-25 10:31
John Glenn was killed by Russia.
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1 Name: SuperFratBoyExtreme : 2017-01-25 10:10
Blacks are about 15 percent of the population and 15 percent of the Hollywood actors. If you assume black actors and white actors are EQUALLY talented , you would EXPECT that they would have 3 out of 20 Oscar acting nominations on AVERAGE every year. There are 5 blacks nominated this year. There is about a 17 percent chance of that happening by pure coincidence (you can MATHEMATICALLY calculate it). The last two years there were 40 nominations and 0 were blacks. The probability that THAT was a coincidence is .0000000000000000000000000000000000166 percent. It's a little bit better than flipping a coin forty times and getting heads EVERY SINGLE TIME.

This year could easily be a total coincidence that has nothing to do with political correctness or "reverse racism" or the reaction to the "whining" from last year. There is NO WAY the last two years were a coincidence though . You have to either assume 1. there is racial bias even in liberal Hollywood, or 2. whites are vastly better actors. Obviously, A LOT of people believe #2, which is REALLY why they're whining or trolling or whatever they're doing. The point is blacks had every right to complain last year, and you're just being stupid now to blather about "reverse racism".

BTW, this is math for dumbasses, not because I could possibly explain it to dumbasses (google "binomial probability" if you're interested and not a dumbass), but because I'm just TELLING all you dumbasses this (you're welcome). I'm simply smarter than you are, which is why you're paying for an $8 billion wall across the Mexican border because you think it will restore good-paying working-class jobs in the American Rust Belt. . .

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4 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-25 15:46
it's like 0.15% but yes i agree for the most part.
5 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-25 17:06
TLDR. Reverse racism is still racism.
6 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-25 20:01
Your maths is incorrect.

Probability is tricky, which is why I won't act like you did towards other people and call you a moron for getting it wrong, but I can't help wonder how on earth you managed to get so many extra zeros.

With the "pure chance and merely proportional to the population" assumption (and making the simplifying assumption that we're sticking to the United States), the chance that any one arbitrarily chosen actor is non-black is - on your figures, which I haven't checked (and do you ahev a source?) - 85%.

The chance that any arbitrarily chosen set of 40 people (say, the nominated actors for the past two years) is all non-black therefore comes to 85% to the power of 40 - or 0.15%. You're about ten decillion times out, and ten decillion is a number so large I hadn't hitherto managed to find a use for it.

But behind this there's a subtler fallacy. 0.15% is the chance that any two particular years (chosen at the turn of the century and placed in a sealed envelope, for instance) will have all non-black nominees. But that's not the question we ought to be interested in. What ought to interest us is, what are the odds this will happen sometime?

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7 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-25 23:12
This is a parody thread maybe?
8 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-26 02:53
I once sold a copy of a CD to someone, sent it, and then it appeared in my shelf a month later.
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-07 19:56
So there was some discussion in the quantum consciousness thread about how one goes about measuring consciousness in a way that can be addressed by a scientific model. I think some of the best writing on this topic has come from Daniel Dennett, specifically chapter four of his book, Consciousness Explained, possibly my favorite.

Here is a detailed summary of the arguments he puts forth in that chapter, broken down so that each post points to a different chapter section. Page quotes are from the first edition hardcover. Also, this is taken from a series of essay's I've put together analyzing this book chapter by chapter, so the following text will make the occasional reference to those essays, though they've never been posted here. Enjoy!

Chapter Four: A Method for Phenomenology

This is a chapter which requires careful reading, because it is here where so many readers have misunderstood what Dennett’s program is all about, attributing to his theory a denial of consciousness, for instance.

1. FIRST PERSON PLURAL

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16 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-07 21:14
Frankly, I think Dennett's approach isn't about explaining consciousness at all. It's about explaining why he still calls it consciousness after he stripped it of everything subjective while consciousness is nothing else but subjective.

Weren't you the one asking for definitions? Or was that someone else?
17 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-07 21:20
So what?
18 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-11 14:50
*Pause for Anon to rant about how Searle is stupid and Dennett is his hero.*

Searle is not stupid. If I were teaching a philosophy of mind course, he'd be required reading. He just happens to be wildly wrong. (You know ideology has trumped reason when your philosophy drives you to deny that the heart's function is to pump blood.)

It's about explaining why he still calls it consciousness after he stripped it of everything subjective while consciousness is nothing else but subjective.

In seven posts which you did not read, I carefully explained how his approach allows subjectivity to be treated. He doesn't strip anything out of it. He allows as much of it into the narrative as you could hope for.

. . .if you include in that the metaphysical premises of modern science, then observing consciousness from a solely scientific viewpoint is an impossible task.

In seven posts which you did not read, I carefully explained just how one can observe consciousness. Articulate how it leaves anything out. Good luck with that!
19 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-19 19:21
He just happens to be wildly wrong.

So, this is the first time you don't call someone stupid for being wildly wrong. You're actually making progress. Soon you'll be able to interact with real people in the real world.

(You know ideology has trumped reason when your philosophy drives you to deny that the heart's function is to pump blood.)

Are you saying that physical objects have intrinsic functions? That functions aren't just assigned by conscious observers? Am I really talking to Faustus5, the internet philosopher who brags about being a materialist and pragmatist whenever his commitment to those ideologies instead of the truth is brought up?

In seven posts which you did not read

I read Dennet's Consciousness Explained Away. If you could sum up a 500 page book in seven short posts you would be a genius, not someone who wastes time arguing with complete anonymous on a movie website discussion board.

I carefully explained how his approach allows subjectivity to be treated.


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20 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-24 00:54
Are you saying that physical objects have intrinsic functions? That functions aren't just assigned by conscious observers?

Nope, no functions are intrinsic. All talk of function (or mental content, for that matter) involves pragmatic attributions based on norms of behavior. At least, that is my position on the subject.

Am I really talking to anon, the internet philosopher who brags about being a materialist and pragmatist whenever his commitment to those ideologies instead of the truth is brought up?

You couldn't articulate how I'm being inconsistent if your life depended on it.

No, you explained his approach to interpret verbal representations of subjective experiences provided by subjects who can use language.

That's how you work subjective experience into a scientific model. If you have a better approach, please enlighten me.

But I have to admit, I'd love to read your "careful explanations" on his method to deal with entities that can't use language.


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1 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-17 22:26
...how long do you think it would be before it got old and boring?

I think I'd want to go see Olympus Mons but after that I'd be ready to go home.

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12 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-18 18:22
You did not mention Valles Marineris. At 2,500 miles long, 120 miles wide, and up to 23,000 feet deep, it is the largest canyon in our solar system. The geological history of Mars is contained in it's layers. What a sight to behold that would be.
13 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-18 19:29
Watch your step. Don't fall in.
14 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-18 23:23
I would love to see that, as well as Olympus Mons and the "ice" (CO2?) caps.

I've also read that parts of the Valles Marineris are so far below the geoid that they may contain an atmosphere, or sorts, although not necessarily one that could sustain a human. If this is the case, then there could be fantastic erosion features that would boggle the mind. (If this suggestion about local gaseous 'pools' has been discredited then I'd appreciate heads up!)
15 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-19 14:21
The question in the OP came up when some company was offering one way rides to Mars. (I wonder what happened to that scheme.)

At first I thought "absolutely not!" but after peering at some maps, especially of the Valles Mariineris, and provided I was given a really reliable way to travel across the surface and down canyons, I'd volunteer - even for the one-way trip.

What a way to go!
16 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-20 11:30
Are we talking centuries from now or this one?

If we're talking the 21st century, imagine as those in the know have compared it to living in a boxcar in the middle of Antarctica for 3yrs. Unable to leave or change much of anything around you.

Sleep well. Try not to waste trillions of dollars invested by killing yourself.
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-17 22:26
........and WHEN will it actually happen ???
2 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-18 12:12
I think we'll walk on Mars by the year 2060. I don't think we'll really do much there. There'll be decades & decades of robot exploration & construction before humans can even think about living there.
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-10 02:30
I'm talking about the old-school theodolites that surveyors would have used in the 18th and 19th centuries. Could people in those days have navigated using such instruments? If so, wouldn't they only have worked if the user knew the coordinates of the landmark that he or she was taking the sighting on?

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2 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-10 11:23
A theodolite is basically a more accurate and sophisticated sextant. People have used them for navigation for centuries.

You don't need to know absolute coordinates. Relative angles are enough.
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-10 02:29
If time travel, forward or backward, were possible, but you had no way of controlling where you ended up, what era would you HOPE you ended up in ???
2 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-10 12:46
Late 15th century in the Americas with plenty of vaccines and "AKs" for the locals.
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2016-02-15 01:25
Strange choice of words by Obama, when asked by a 6-year-old if space aliens are real: "there's been no direct contact" with them. Makes one wonder about that White House official - a spokesperson? I forgot - who unsuccessfully tried in 2002 to make the UFO files public, using the Freedom of Information Act.

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12 Name: Anonymous : 2016-02-16 00:00
Maybe he gets email from them but hasn't actually met one yet.
13 Name: Anonymous : 2016-02-16 00:04
Do the emails come with a virus, so that they retaliate after Independence Day?
14 Name: Anonymous : 2016-02-16 00:12
It's just code for "I can't explain what Donald Trump is".
15 Name: Anonymous : 2016-02-16 00:23
What would you expect a reptilian to say?
16 Name: Anonymous : 2016-02-16 00:52
Could've told the kid something more controversial, like "We're currently rocketing a probe to Uranus", but no. He had to go and say something "safe" and "media-friendly". Ugh.
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2016-02-11 18:48
I don't think the greatest achievement in human history can be denied anymore...
2 Name: Anonymous : 2016-02-11 20:36
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P6MOnehCOUw
3 Name: Anonymous : 2016-02-11 21:02
It was real enough
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2016-01-21 00:15
http://www.news.com.au/technology/science/space/scientists-may-have-discovered-ninth-planet-on-far-reaches-of-solar-system/news-story/d907066bdc5a8756b61715c56700e223

Wow!

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6 Name: Anonymous : 2016-01-21 00:52
They've discovered Myanus?
7 Name: Anonymous : 2016-01-21 01:06
Another planet in the solar system. The definitive proof of Higgs boson. Yet, after seven years, they have yet to discover Obama's brain.
8 Name: Anonymous : 2016-01-21 01:19
I thought we already had nine...wouldn't we be bucking for 10 ?

did one break it's elastic and fly out into space like "Space 1999",

or did one get demoted or was a hoax, or something ?
9 Name: Anonymous : 2016-01-21 16:41
I think it is possible that other, alien, more advanced species just ereased themselves when they discovered that there is no point in living and entropy cannot be reversed. Everything will end, even if we conquer the whole universe.
10 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-17 22:34
The thing that distinguishes one element from another is the number of protons in the nucleus. We already know all the elements from 1 proton (Hydrogen) to 118 protons (Ununoctium).

The thing is, once you get above 92 protons, you don't find the elements in nature any more. They have to be made artificially.

So maybe that's true on Earth, but not elsewhere? No. Once you get over 110 protons or so, the elements are MASSIVELY unstable. Atoms of element 110 and above decay within milliseconds of being created. So there really can't be planets with lumps of these elements on them, because they'd just decay away to nothing in a fraction of a second.

Now there are suggestions that there might be what they call "islands of stability" - super large elements that are more stable than others. So maybe there could be very unique stable elements that are found in nature. But it's very unlikely.
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2015-11-09 00:00
Sea ice surrounding Antarctica reached a new record high extent this year, covering more of the southern oceans than it has since scientists began a long-term satellite record to map sea ice extent in the late 1970s. The upward trend in the Antarctic, however, is only about a third of the magnitude of the rapid loss of sea ice in the Arctic Ocean.

https://www.nasa.gov/content/goddard/antarctic-sea-ice-reaches-new-record-maximum

So sorry, kids. Global warming is happening--this is just part of the process. Don't listen to people with crackpot agendas (that don't even make sense on a purely capitalistic basis). We can cut back on our carbon emissions or we can die in huge numbers, and please note--you're scared of Muslims, righties? What do you think is going to happen when they start pouring out of the increasingly unlivable Middle East in numbers dwarfing what we're seeing now?

What happens when whole populations are displaced by rising sea levels?

You think they're just going to say "Well gee, we had a good run, we better just lie down and die now"?

No, they're going to think "Those bastards in the developed world did this, and we're going to march over there and take what we need to survive."

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8 Name: Anonymous : 2015-11-09 08:19
So you mean to say that the highly selective evidence of local cooling each winter doesn't disprove global warming? What are you going to say next? That daily tides aren't proof that ocean levels are falling rapidly? Really now!
9 Name: Anonymous : 2015-11-09 10:38
Climate migrants are already occurring and, as you say, it is only going to get worse. About the Middle East specifically, some may find this instructive:

http://aytzim.org/resources/educational-materials/45-climate-change

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Mean temperature increase of between 1.6° and 1.8° C.
Reduction in precipitation between 4 and 8 percent; increased rain intensity; and changes in rainfall patterns.
Increase in evapotranspiration by nearly 10 percent.
Greater seasonal temperature variability.
More severe weather events, such as droughts and floods.

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10 Name: Anonymous : 2015-11-09 11:54
Also the denialists face the problem of how to explain why the ice sheet is to grow since they of course also claim that temperatures are not increasing. So by arguing for an increased ice sheet they, perhaps unbeknown to themselves, actually admit that global warming is real. This is why I think most climate denialists are somehow intellectually or logically challanged individuals.

The general trend shows that a warming climate in the southern hemisphere would transport more moisture to Antarctica, causing the interior ice sheets to grow, while calving events along the coast will increase, causing these areas to shrink. A 2006 paper derived from satellite data, measures changes in the gravity of the ice mass, suggests that the total amount of ice in Antarctica has begun decreasing in the past few years.

I think all logicians agree that A and not-A cannot be at the same time. In other words you cannot have a world where the Earth is warming and not warming at the same time. Even in terms of modality I think it is unthinkable that you could have a hypothetical parallel world where it would be possible for the Earth to warm and not-warm at the same time.

I also don't understand why they think it's only the geographical spread and not changes in mass that are important.
11 Name: Anonymous : 2015-11-09 12:20
you guys are funny, you are the same idiots that told everyone in the 70s that we were heading for another ice age, likely to die as sheets of ice cover the planet. the 80s and 90s (and apparently you picked it up again), we are going to go out in a ball of flame... then, when it became obvious that the temperature wasn't going there, we re-name it "climate change". i suppose it is anything to remain "in the right". ego will be your downfall.
12 Name: Anonymous : 2015-11-09 13:26
1. It happens no matter what we do - Obama standing on a receding glacier means - glacier advance and recede like they have been doing for a long long time. The system is too complex for models already set to prove global whatever to predict.

2. Almost if not all of the dire, catastrophic predictions that global cooling/warming/climate change "scientists" have offered have not happened, the reverse has happened or are just plain wrong. My favorite was after Katrina the "scientific" community yammered about how the next year was going to worse and we better pass restrictive socialism NOW! NOW BY GOODNESS! How many hurricanes hit?

This planet used to have one continent
This planet has gone through some serious changes - some quickly, some not so quick
This planet is constantly changing
We must stop Plate Tectonics
Pangea broke up because of "eevvvaaaaalllll oil republicans!"
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2015-10-17 20:52
Astronomers may have found giant alien 'megastructures' in space more than fourteen hundred light years or eight and a half quadrillion miles away from Earth.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p035gmxp
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2015-10-12 22:34
Either illegal or extraterrestrial.

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7 Name: Anonymous : 2015-10-12 23:10
No but Grimlocks-New-Brain was.
8 Name: Anonymous : 2015-10-12 23:16
Only in my dreams.
9 Name: Anonymous : 2015-10-12 23:25
I've done some abducting.
10 Name: Anonymous : 2015-10-12 23:37
No, but I abducted SFBE's mother, which is like abducting an alien
11 Name: Anonymous : 2015-10-15 22:56
x>=0, y>=-18
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2015-09-06 19:24
I indeed do, as there are many scientific evidences (some which are recent) that imply the chance of extraterrestrial life.
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1 Name: Anonymous : 2015-07-27 20:49
Atheists literally believe there was absolutely nothing, not even empty space, and then in a few billionths of a second all the mass and energy in the universe just suddenly appeared out of nowhere.

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11 Name: Anonymous : 2015-07-27 21:39
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No. I am pretty sure it is this I´ve found no nothing in life and thats why I am clinching on some with a higher purpose what explains all and everything or even nothing. But well who am I to tell you. I am such a potloving faggot. Or maybe I´ve fun to annoy you by keeping this threads up so the potthreads start on /lounge/
12 Name: Anonymous : 2015-07-27 22:01
holy shit, I used to be a hardcore atheist until this thread. I now see the truth, thank you /sci/!
13 Name: Anonymous : 2015-07-27 22:19
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Well, there are millions of morons who think that they are perfect and creates worlds in minecraft just for fun.

I'm a strict antitheist, but i'm sorry.. Your logic is flawed
14 Name: Anonymous : 2015-07-27 22:25
Atheists believe the Multiverse.
Infinite series of Universes.

There was never nothing...
15 Name: Anonymous : 2015-07-27 22:47
the bait is strong in this one
i miss the time a guy like this would be called a faggot by evryone and the threat would die
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