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+Roger Parkinson​ Two problems. Immanuel Kant was a philosopher. Not the person to go to with a hard science issue. Also he lived 200 years ago and clever as he was for the time, did not have the information we do today. The ticket tape is an incorrect premise.

To the rest of your post, you are the Christian I like the most. One that is a nice guy and only chooses the nice bits, never looks at the horrors on each page and if he did then just thinks "Ahh well, that bits probably a bit made up......"

That said, If you know stories such as exodus are fairy tales, and the bible is full of lies, why accept a story about human slaughter to "pay" for "sin" in the same book that has swarms of zombies and people floating into the sky? You get a "inner feeling"?

Your religion is a la carte. You might as well believe anything at all. You even accept that Ganesha must be real if Indians are having feelings about him.
Isn't that a bit odd? 
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Now we really know why they wanted a plebiscite: so they can vilify the LGBTQI community under the guise "It's just my (not based in fact) opinion" and then NOT vote as the country wishes.
Turnbull has already said that MPs can NOW have a 'conscience' vote.
If you vote against gay marriage I'd say your conscience has serious flaws in it.
A secret push is under way within the Coalition party room to hobble any positive public vote in favour of same-sex marriage equality by giving conservative MPs and senators permission to vote in parliament against a national "yes" outcome if their individual electorates have voted majority "no".
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A pathetic group of marketers breaks ranks with the digital surveillance community and publicly demonstrates how abusive mobile phone technology can be.

Normally Big Data types don't like to show their hands like this. They prefer to see their steady accumulation of power an influence over ordinary people go unnoticed. This rogue group is taking a piss in the punch.

Ad-block now. Uninstall privacy busting apps. Easier said than done but the fight back has to begin.

Via +James Lamb​​
Women who have visited almost any abortion clinic in the United States have seen anti-choice protesters outside, wielding placards and chanting abuse. A Boston advertiser's technology, when deployed by anti-choice groups, allows those groups to send propaganda directly to a woman’s phone while she is in a clinic waiting room.
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Hey wouldn't it be cool to use this tech on people who go into gun stores? 
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As the post-Orlando gun debate rages in the US, Dom Knight tries to make sense of the 'right to bear arms'.
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Data is data. You need it only to increase the probability to be killed
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The numbers for just 2016, so far.

Total Number of Incidents: 23,308
Number of Deaths: 5,965
Number of Injuries: 12,249
Number of Children (age 0-11) Killed/Injured: 257
Number of Teens (age 12-17) Killed/Injured: 1,276
Mass Shooting: 136
Officer Involved Incident Officer Shot/Killed: 146
Officer Involved Incident Perpetrator Shot/Killed: 370
Home Invasion: 981
Defensive Use: 718
Accidental Shooting: 1,044

(Read the site for notes and citations to those numbers)
Gun violence and crime incidents are collected/validated from 1500 sources daily – incidents and their source data are found at the gunviolencearchive.org website. 1: Actual number of deaths and injuries 2: Number of INCIDENTS reported and verified. Numbers on this table reflect a subset of all ...
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BURN!
 
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That was a punch-the-air moment!
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Pretty much sums up the fetishism of the anti-gun control lobby.
Even is Australia those with guns are largely not as mad as the Americans are.
I never thought I'd love anything John Howard's Liberals and the Nationals did...live and learn.
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Look, anti-gun control lobby is a nonsense. Lobby happens when there is money behind.
There is money behind selling guns. So there is obviously a pro gun lobby.
When you act bas d on a reason and common sense it's not called a lobby. It's citizen activists.
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condensation on the outside of the pipe, but the guy that discovered this was forced to flee to Norway.
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