Re. brain sizes: Einstein's and women's

Jd JDay123 at BellSouth.com
Thu Oct 10 13:28:00 EST 2002


Bob LeChevalier <lojbab at lojban.org> wrote: 

>>JDay123 at BellSouth.com (Jd) wrote:

>>Even atheists are unaware that they do actually worship "beings"
>> they call scientists and have attributed semi-supernatural
>> powers to them.

>Hmm.  I wonder what supernatural powers a scientist has.  Maybe the
>ability to THINK independently?

No.  No sooner had I wrote that and sat down to watch TV, this
commercial came on (for "Valtrex" or something like that) telling
women (between the lines) that they could take this wonder drug,
have all the sex they wanted with whoever they wanted, and never
have hardly any worries about the herpes again.  Now whoever came up
with that crap is assuming they have an almost super-natural power
over women.  

In fact, unless women have become complete moronic idiots of late,
those folks would have to have a super-natural power to get women to
have sex like that.  Surely any women who had the herps would have
the decency of not going around spreading the herpes.  And that
would go for men too (unless the herpes is more of a lesbian thing).

>>Men are sinners according to the LAW of God and need God's help in
>>solving the equation, not the help of maddened wizards.
>
>If I am worried about some equation involving sin, I turn to God.  If
>on the other hand it is a differential equation, the Bible won't help
>in the least, and I haven't a prayer to solve it without knowing some
>math.
>
>Science doesn't claim to deal with anything regarding "sin" which is
>not subject to scientific analysis.

Right, with pure science.  Law is supposed to protect you from the
sins of others to a great degree.  If you "sin" against your
neighbor by stealing from him, by law you can be fined and/or
imprisoned or both as a result of your behavior.  

Your spiritual behavior makes me want to puke because like in the
above "differential equation" example, you make a mockery out of
things concerning the LAW of God.  

Jd




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