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Sparky101

Member Since: October 18, 2010

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  • September 1, 2014 at 12:33am

    Blink, it’s funny when you use that “we scientists” junk.

    Are you sure they don’t mind you pretending to be part of their profession?

  • September 1, 2014 at 12:07am

    Of course I have Blink, piece of cake, but not very challenging, so I pursued more fulfilling jobs.

    My role in the military was highly complex, dangerous, and required additional schools for the first 2 years. It was not something that many get to do. After my military service and then two science degrees, I gravitated back to that field and was ultimately selected for another year of education at a well known college, to work on a research project of theirs, again with a quite dangerous component to it.

    My father served our country for 33 years. I could only handle 6. And you – 0. That’s what I thought.

    And there you go again with that infantile name calling. Those with the education you claim, generally don’t resort to such childish language to make their points unless their arguments are weak. My father agrees with me on that.

  • August 31, 2014 at 10:31pm

    Hi Blink. You stated: ‘Genetically unique, different than the cells that made it, grows all on its own, responds to stimuli, so and and so forth? That, among other things, can describe a cancer.”

    Wow, another critical mistake from Blink the Magnificent.

    With the fundamental mistakes you have made in your zeal to try to poke holes in what I’ve written on this thread, you have time and again proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that you really don’t know what you are talking about.

    Again, for someone that lords over us how extremely intelligent he is, it’s telling that you must resort to name calling to make your argument. People that don’t have a good language background do that. This is how we know you simply aren’t as intelligent as you claim.

    Scientist? Maybe you play one on TV. Otherwise you are a poor excuse for a scientist – or perhaps with the dumbing down of education someone with a modicum of understanding like you, can now be a “scientist.” You obviously could use a bit of remedial education.

  • August 31, 2014 at 11:00am

    Oooh, another name-calling and infantile response. Saul Alinsky much?

  • [1] August 31, 2014 at 10:59am

    True, consistently wrong.

  • [1] August 31, 2014 at 10:58am

    Interesting criteria you use, Archon. May I assume you have never achieved any of them either? Are you in essence saying you have not proven that you have more right than them to live your life? Are you saying those you apparently look up to are “better” people with more of a right to life? Are those the defining traits to a life well lived? Are you telling all of us that your “ideal” is the only one of worth?

  • August 31, 2014 at 10:52am

    Your source please. Was it some blog, or can you point us to the actual report so we can see if it truly passes the smell test. Otherwise it is just talk with no proof.

  • August 31, 2014 at 10:40am

    Blink, I found I had the capacity to do what you have done. I found it exceedingly boring. On the other hand, you will never be able to do some of the things I have been involved in. You don’t have the capacity or the education, and most likely the ability. I generally don’t brag on the very interesting life I’ve had the opportunity to live – and that is a big difference between us.

    It could be a lack of self-esteem that drives you to be such an exaggerator of what you consider to be critically “important.” Most of the rest of us realize that while others may not be able to do what we do well, they almost always have different skills, talents, and equal capabilities we don’t have.

    People with borderline personality disorders can’t cross that bridge. You seem to be one of those.

  • August 31, 2014 at 10:33am

    Thanks Blink, you have just shown all of us a clear example of “scientific” woo woo. It’s a perfect example, please do not try to improve it.

    Earth to Blink, I don’t think anyone has a clear understanding of “life.” But that does not prevent us from recognizing it. It’s like with gravity, I don’t have to know what comprises it to know that here on terra firma, if I drop something, it will always fall down, not up.

    The conceived zygote is alive. It is genetically a new individual, unique from it’s maternal and paternal complement. It is a completely different thing than the cells that came together to create it, in observable ways. It begins to divide (which the sperm and the ovum are incapable of doing). It can live for approximately 80 years (the cells that “created” it die in a matter of hours).

    So please go contemplate the components that comprise life. I think that’s a valid area of research, but I also contemplate how different this cell is from its precursors and what it subsequently does. What ever mechanism produces this fully unique life, is not as important to me as that it is new, unique life and our Creator endows it with unalienable rights – just like happened with your creation.

  • August 31, 2014 at 10:07am

    Oooh Blink, there you go again, using your childish taunts when someone questions your faux superior understanding of just about anything.

    Oooh, I’m scared.

    But please keep it up because it shows people who you really are (not really so special; absolutely not nearly as intelligent or educated as you tell us you are – the proof is in the pudding – and your pudding is tasteless and mostly just H2O)

    MAIN POINT: I spend very little time contemplating how atheists think or their motives.

    I only know how I felt when I was an atheist and what my atheist friends said about many of the issues we discuss on this board. One of their main beliefs about abortion was that it cuts down on Black births and therefore saves society (us) precious money that could be spent elsewhere. At that time I was a liberal democrat going back to college after my 6 years serving my country in harms way. The Constitution spoke a totally different message to me about abortion. It was the better belief.

  • August 31, 2014 at 1:24am

    I try to believe you are not ignorant, so quit giving me so much ammunition.

    “A large number of fertilized eggs self terminate within days of fertilization.” Oh really? Prove that statement, and remember two things, we are talking about humans, not chickens, and while a human ovum may be fertilized, it would then be referred to as a zygote.

    But though your “quickie research” is questionable, it is still a moot point that does not address much of anything said. It is simply more of your borderline personality disorder that causes you to try to obfuscate when you realize your education in the matter is deficient or non-existent.

    Because you should learn more about how your disorder handicaps you, I will repeat what I wrote that you failed to note. To ensure we don’t lose you once again, I will use caps for the part you obviously missed:

    “…it now possesses a totally different life force that will live approximately 80 more years (UNLESS SOMETHING OR SOMEONE SNUFFS OUT THAT LIFE).”

    So you see, in essence, all that your half vast attempt to divert people from the truth did, was to waste your time and ours. You failed again.

  • August 31, 2014 at 12:36am

    Blink, apparently more than you.

  • August 31, 2014 at 12:31am

    Yet another news flash, it has been confirmed that Blink is not human (see earlier news flash). I’m now being told he is a chicken.

    We knew there was some reason that he avoided military service, and now we know the reason why. Chickens don’t join.

  • August 30, 2014 at 11:05am

    One with your intellectual capacity is not expected to understand. There’s no use applying valuable energy talking to a box of rocks.

  • [2] August 30, 2014 at 11:01am

    Oooh Blink, is that nasty feeling of faux superiority welling up in you once again (or more than likely it never left).

    Apparently when someone points out another of your sad failures as you try to defend the indefensible, your faux superior intellect comes to the “rescue” and you call people morons, idiots, stupid, and all other manner of infantile name calling.

    Oooh Blink, I’m getting afraid (NOT). In you there is nothing to fear – you simply aren’t as intelligent, educated, or capable as you think.

    But keep trying. Lying hasn’t worked, name-calling hasn’t worked. Telling everyone how vastly superior you are hasn’t worked. In fact you are only half vast.

    The more you speak your crap, the more people understand your hubris, lies and half truths. Your attempts to obfuscate and hijack terminology are quite transparent because you simply are not very good at it.

    When God was giving out brains, you thought he said trains and you asked for a slow one. You’ve got to speed up or you’ll never catch me.

  • August 30, 2014 at 3:30am

    Hmmm, stay with me here: one “researcher,” that we have to assume was not researching navel lint, tells a reporter, that we have to assume was not doing lines of coke with the “researcher,” that 92% of some total number of fetuses (hopefully some scientifically “significant” number above 10) are documented to have been aborted.

    Travis, that’s crazy.

  • August 30, 2014 at 3:21am

    Travis, that’s crazy.

  • August 30, 2014 at 3:19am

    Hey Roscoe, at least he’s not directing God which embryos in which to deposit souls.

    Actually, if you were perceptive enough to realize that christos’ input device may be using a font not fully compatible with The Blaze, you would notice that he is making sense.

  • August 30, 2014 at 3:12am

    Well Roscoe, what is a soul, and what happens to it if you possess one and then you die?

    Why should only those who escape the womb get one? Heavens, all will die – it’s just a matter of time.

    What is God’s purpose for a soul, and what comprises his economy that would cause him to get stingy with them?

    Is this not God’s arena to control? Why would you worry about what God does? Are you afraid he may make a mistake that would affect you?

  • [2] August 30, 2014 at 2:59am

    Please every one, pray for Roscoe – he needs it too, please.

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