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 Post subject: bits of an AIG video
PostPosted: 08 May 2010, 21:40 
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 Post subject: Re: bits of an AIG video
PostPosted: 07 Jun 2010, 04:15 
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I apologise for my nations actions and those of my European colleagues for persecution of religious minorities and the expulsion of fringe groups. But hell given the modern creationist movement these nutbars spawned you can see we had a point no, even if the methodology and implementation was sometimes a little draconian?

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I think Creationland should secede from the Union and go live in their own private fantasy world.

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 Post subject: Re: bits of an AIG video
PostPosted: 09 Jun 2010, 06:10 
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The Dagda wrote:
I think Creationland should secede from the Union and go live in their own private fantasy world.


If only that were possible....


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 Post subject: Re: bits of an AIG video
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How scientific are the religious?

I'd say from my experiences and from the evidence (New Scientist magazine is a fairly good source for statistically valid poles) in the UK generally the large majority of them are either atheists or agnostic. World wide the majority probably slips the other way. I think it has more to do with cultural indoctrination than science per se, and varies widely according to that, from person to person and country to country.

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