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Topic: should women be allowed to be topless in public?
Posted: 17 Jan 2013 03:44

No lets keep our clothes on in public. Grey areas such as beeches, parks, quiet places should be judged on there own merits.

Topic: Where are all the aliens?
Posted: 12 Jan 2013 13:33

The statistical part @ danielle

life is resilient, look at archaebacteria at the bottom of the ocean at sulfur vents, or ice worms in Alaska that thrive in cold temperature. life is possible on at least one planet.

Say.... 1/10000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 have life, what are the odds that only that single planet has life. If it happened here it can happen on any planet that meets the same requirements for life we have. So it's more likely there are more planets with life than the opposition of only one planet out of billions+ having basic life. and that's just counting carbon based life, they're could be other organic compounds that don't work here but thrive in different environments we'd call hostile.

The fact we exist at all is proof enough for me.


I doubt very much if any other elements than carbon can be the basis of life. Carbon alone forms long chain compounds which is the fabric of all living creatures. How these longchain molecules arise is very difficult to expalin since without the driving force of life they will tend to break down into simpler molecules.

Topic: Where are all the aliens?
Posted: 12 Jan 2013 13:26

The truth is we all wish desperately there was life out there and keep telling ourselves their is. Life has evolved by an extraordinary sequence of chances which makes it extremely unlikely that it could happen twice. Intelligent life is even more unlikely since it involves the apperance of self consciousness another remote chance.

I believe we are alone but because of enormous distances we can never know if this is true.

We have resulted after four and half billion years, almost a third of the life of the whole universe from the start of the big bang.

As yet there is no known mechanism to explain the apperance of life on the earth.

The complex molecules involved such as proteins and polypeptides are difficult to explain let alone the incredible double helix of DNA.

Topic: Abortion and the Death Penalty
Posted: 26 Dec 2012 06:56

Pose an impossible conundrum and ask for a rational discussion. No thanks.

Topic: Royal Nurse Commits Suicide After Prank Radio Call
Posted: 09 Dec 2012 10:17

She was one of those hypersensative types who sets herself very high standards and this incident sent her over the top. The lesson is its best not to mess around with anyone you don't know, then you can't go wrong.

Topic: Socialism an illusion or the real solution?
Posted: 26 Nov 2012 10:52

The human world does not operate on a political system; it obeys the discovery made by Darwin called survival of the fittest. Civilisation attempts to rule this basic instinct and fails. Conceited humanity refuses to believe that its actions can be explained by such a theory since it is far above the animal world.

Topic: are human beings natural monogamist or just a social imposition?
Posted: 26 Nov 2012 10:38

Im torn on this subject, i would like to believe that yes humans are monogamous and me for most of my relationships have been, but the truth is that if you spend 40 years married with the same person, i think its only logical that along all those years you will find someone that you connect with other than your partner.

So what do you think? are we designed to be monogamous or is it just because thats the rule of society?


Don't like the word designed, perhaps you slipped it in unconciously. We behave in such a way as to give our genes the greatest chance of immortality. Marriage and civilisatation are at odds with this natural aim but they never quite suceed in stamping out the beast in man.

Topic: Describe yourself in one word
Posted: 19 Nov 2012 11:58

mediocre

Topic: What is the most important "life lesson" you have learned?
Posted: 17 Nov 2012 02:27

The most important thing I've learned is that you have to make your own luck. In the end it doesn't matter if you're born rich, poor, ugly, attractive, smart or stupid. You have to take the hand that was delt to you and play it the best you can. I've seen rich people end up homeless and poor people end up millionaires. Get out of the mentality that other people and your bad luck affect you because that's not the case. You alone hold your life in your hands. Only you can hold yourself back.

While it is true we must all take the hand that is delt to us, some of us are delt terrible hands and find ourselves in grim circumstances. This is where what you mention as luck has a part to play in what happens to us.

So I would amend your statement: Endeavour to make the best of your circumstances.

Topic: The American Dream...
Posted: 15 Nov 2012 07:12

Freedoms wonderful as long as they keep the others under control.

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