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There are worse ways to go
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Speaking of which - does Dave think the Sahara desertified pre- or post-Flood?

Either way, that'd mean there'd be indications that the Sahara was at the bottom of the sea for a while, marine fossils, etc.  Haven't seen anything in the literature about that.

Perhaps my ability to ascertain those papers would be enhanced if I paid sex workers to fuck me, killed a few farm animals through neglect, and stapled some Tyvek house wrap to some hay bales.
Whatever it takes, man.
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Politics and Current Events / Re: Trumpocalypse
Don't be afraidy I will set the fires
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Lol ... no.  YOU have it wrong.
So the "insurance policy" was simultaneously something for in case it happened and something to prevent it from happening?
Or what?

Please elaborate.
Yes. Please elaborate.
it appears that they put a plan in place to try to prevent Trump from getting elected. But in case he got elected, the plan would allow them to get him impeached.
yes! that plan was to go back in time and make him a fortune laundering russian illicit money so that he would be kompromat by Putin when he runs for office!
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Hey Dave, did you realize that O'Keefe is a right-wing propagandist? And as such, due to the level of his lies in the past, that his claims need to be taken with a mountain of salt?
Haha ... yeah and I'm a Nazi ... Lol
I don't see the humor in that
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What was the experiment with the piglet that died?
the experiment was:
How fucking stupid can you be to raise a pig without killing it.

The answer is " less fucking stupid than Dave".

Excellent summary
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And still no explanation as to what experiment he was trying with the piglet that had never been done before, that ultimately lead to its death.
It's really the same experiment as the chickens only using exposure in the role of predator. Another Nazi parallel. Medical experimentation on helpless living subjects.
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Lol

Sea Star has been trolling me this whole time.
No she hasn't you dumbshit. She's trying to figure out if you actually have a point because your stupid a+b produces lettuce as a sum. She's trying to figure out where your logic is broken so she can either agree or disagree with you. As it is, you've just made a stupid assertion and pointed to pajamas as support.
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Notice what the FAO says here ...
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Not only is Africa geologically old and afflicted with a harsh climate, but also large parts of the continent have been occupied by human beings much longer than in other continents. Human activities in obtaining food, fibre, fuel and shelter have, therefore, significantly altered the soil.
http://www.fao.org/docrep/x5318e/x5318e02.htm
So the FAO basically agrees with Ehrlich saying that it's because of the long time that humans have occupied Africa that has caused it to be more desertified than other areas.  This again suggests that it's HUMAN ACTIVITY ... not some stupid ass Milankovich Cycle Bullshit ... that has cause the problem.
You can't have it both ways. Either people moved into Africa after the flood in which case none of that would be accurate, or there was no flood, which actually is accurate.
Testy, where did you get that Bluffy quote from. One that cites the FAO and separates it from his editorial commentary?

I ask because here's that post I just copied:
Notice what the FAO says here ...
Quote
Not only is Africa geologically old and afflicted with a harsh climate, but also large parts of the continent have been occupied by human beings much longer than in other continents. Human activities in obtaining food, fibre, fuel and shelter have, therefore, significantly altered the soil.[/http://www.fao.org/docrep/x5318e/x5318e02.htm]

So the FAO basically agrees with Ehrlich saying that it's because of the long time that humans have occupied Africa that has caused it to be more desertified than other areas.  This again suggests that it's HUMAN ACTIVITY ... not some stupid ass Milankovich Cycle Bullshit ... that has cause the problem.

Not sure. I just quoted his post. He might have changed it or there might be an editing issue.

Eta. Oh. I see. Yeah. I edited back in the /quote where the link is given.
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I'm really mystified as to why you can't do logic.
The enduring mystery is whether YEC broke Hawkins's brain, or whether the brokenness of Hawkins's brain explains his embrace of YEC.
It may not be a binary choice though.
It may be a self-amplifying circuit.
A vicious cycle, if you will.

Unchecked positive feedback usually leads to a state flip.
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That wasn't the experiment you liar.
yes. actually, it was.
Nope. This is yet another illustration of why sometimes say that you are an idiot.

If I wanted to do an experiment on whether my dog would eat chickens and rabbits, I would have simply left them out in the open and watched.

My rabbit experiment involved testing the mobile Colony concept to see if rabbits would stay in the safe zone of the movable pen and their little rabbit cubby holes, or rather go outside the safe space and risk getting eaten by dogs or other predators. Most of the time they stayed in the safe Zone, but the few times they didn't stay in the safe Zone proved to be fatal.

Pretty much the same thing with chickens. Testing the mobile Colony concept.
Which is exactly what I said. You discovered what a 3 year old could have saved you the time to learn.
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O'Keefe
Cernovich
Heather Heyer ...

... all victims!

Stop the madness!

I know. Right? They are not actually carrying out genocide or ethnic cleansing. They are just trying to build a movement with that as a core principle.
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That wasn't the experiment you liar.

No, it was careless, ignorant, unthinking behaviour on your part. But don't go trumpeting 'experiments' when you're really just too stubborn and lazy to build a fence, and make up some stupid rationale for sticking all your animals in a cage.
Actually, yes it was. What Dave learned from that was that predators eat chickens and rabbits if they are left unprotected. He could have just asked someone else over the age of, say, 3, but he had to run the experiment himself.

Well the majority is usually wrong donchaknow.
This must be one of those rare cases when stuff that even a 3 year old knows turns out to be right.
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That wasn't the experiment you liar.

No, it was careless, ignorant, unthinking behaviour on your part. But don't go trumpeting 'experiments' when you're really just too stubborn and lazy to build a fence, and make up some stupid rationale for sticking all your animals in a cage.
Actually, yes it was. What Dave learned from that was that predators eat chickens and rabbits if they are left unprotected. He could have just asked someone else over the age of, say, 3, but he had to run the experiment himself.
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Lots of people have performed the experiment "what happens when you let predators get to your chickens and rabbits" you dumbass, Dave.
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Notice what the FAO says here ...
Quote
Not only is Africa geologically old and afflicted with a harsh climate, but also large parts of the continent have been occupied by human beings much longer than in other continents. Human activities in obtaining food, fibre, fuel and shelter have, therefore, significantly altered the soil.
http://www.fao.org/docrep/x5318e/x5318e02.htm
So the FAO basically agrees with Ehrlich saying that it's because of the long time that humans have occupied Africa that has caused it to be more desertified than other areas.  This again suggests that it's HUMAN ACTIVITY ... not some stupid ass Milankovich Cycle Bullshit ... that has cause the problem.
You can't have it both ways. Either people moved into Africa after the flood in which case none of that would be accurate, or there was no flood, which actually is accurate.
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Let me be clear about something here ...

The attitudes of Fake Scientists like Pingu regarding desertification in Africa - "Oh it's a natural ecosystem ... oh Dave, don't destroy the beautiful desert ecosystem ... what about the poor sand cats? blah blah blah" is DANGEROUS.  Human beings are dying and being displaced because of attitudes like her in high places.




Um, dumbshit, pingu is a real scientist. She teaches science at a research university and pursues funded scientific research there. I'm just saying. You claiming stuff doesn't make it true.
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Should be 2 maybe?
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Yes it is.
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Conclusion: there were domestic bovine herds in the Bovidian period in the middle of what is now the Sahara Desert.

Got it?
There are oases as well, in the middle of the Sahara Desert.
It even snows in the middle of the Sahara Desert.

As noted, the Tassili-n-Aijer represents less than 1% of the total area of the Sahara.
Your own State, Missouri, represents about 2.3% of the continental US, do you hold it is typical of the entire continental US?
You have to ask? He doesn't do nonlinearity.
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Sea Star if you don't understand what I think about this subject by now, then you never will.
Well, that's certainly a failing on your part, Dave. If you can't understand what a summary is, and its purpose by now, you never will.

I don't give a rat's ass what you think on the subject.
I want you to tell me what in the article on the ancient wall art, that you directed me to, you consider evidence to support your claim that the Sahara desert was etc

We'll leave my evidence of you preaching for later.
Geez Louise.

Bovidian period.

Dominant in terms of number of paintings.

Bovine herds depicted.

With me so far?


Missing some sentence parts there.
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So Dave,
If I find proof of your quote mining, will you acknowledge it?
:rofl:
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It was Fenrir.

Article. Paper. Whatever.

Also, Rick, I don't quote mine. Never have. Never will.
And I don't call you an idiot. Never have, never will.