What do you believe?

Re: What do you believe?

Postby divea » 02 May 2012, 23:34

jimipresley wrote:
seoexpertrizwan wrote:" We have created by one who is the most omnipotent . the purpose is to severalise those among us who would do better"
this is my belief and what's your?

I belief you should of been putting down of the crack pipe. Me is await your badly spam with imminent.

You're getting good at this. :roflmao:
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Re: What do you believe?

Postby helsic » 07 Nov 2012, 05:54

I believe in doing what is good for you and for others, respect the elder, respect nature and animals. I believe that there's not such a thing like a 'God' listening to us but a kind of energy and force that can be explained towards science that make keep things moving in a perfect balance.
I believe in my own strength, I believe that I can do whatever I want to if I keep working hard for my dreams.
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Re: What do you believe?

Postby skoster » 07 Nov 2012, 06:35

I believe I'll eventually find a cult which looks to be fun enough to make the effort to join, yet not require excessive work on my part or even actual belief.

I also, of course, believe the children are our future. Teach them well and let them lead the way.

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Re: What do you believe?

Postby pioneer » 31 Jan 2013, 18:18

To believe is to put my trust in the person who tells me something. Belief is an attitude we all grew up with --- we believed our parents, our friends, our teachers, the authors of the books we have read.
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Re: What do you believe?

Postby BrentGolf » 15 May 2013, 11:35

I believe in things that can be quantified, tested, and proven through the scientific method. If there is no evidence for something, it doesn't exist.
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Re: What do you believe?

Postby Novaspes » 15 May 2013, 16:26

I believe in putting all assertions to the test of the variational principle. In short, I want to see how much you can change a belief system without it falling apart, becoming inconsistent or clearly clashinh with what we can see and test. If only minimal (or negligible) changes are possible, that's a strong indicator of being close to the truth.
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Re: What do you believe and why?

Postby PinchielinOruru » 05 Jun 2013, 18:46

tomthorne wrote:Why does there always have to be a 'why'?


The reason is simple enough. Why makes human as being human, if not, mere animal.

Christian scientists exert the "why" where they need, or in science fields,
and others use the "why" in different manner in different areas, like in religion field.

"why" is one of the most important thing we human being have.

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Re: What do you believe and why?

Postby shiadoa » 05 Jun 2013, 18:51

PinchielinOruru wrote:
tomthorne wrote:Why does there always have to be a 'why'?


The reason is simple enough. Why makes human as being human, if not, mere animal.

Christian scientists exert the "why" where they need, or in science fields,
and others use the "why" in different manner in different areas, like in religion field.

"why" is one of the most important thing we human being have.


Why?.
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Re: What do you believe?

Postby Novaspes » 05 Jun 2013, 20:22

PinchielinOruru wrote:
tomthorne wrote:Why does there always have to be a 'why'?


The reason is simple enough. Why makes human as being human, if not, mere animal.

Christian scientists exert the "why" where they need, or in science fields,
and others use the "why" in different manner in different areas, like in religion field.

"why" is one of the most important thing we human being have.


Why and how, I would say. Otherwise we'd have an half-assed sense of curiosity and no technology.
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