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 Carl Sagan On Religion vs. Science - Category: Society - Religion and Spirituality by: - John Prytz 2/21/2018
Summary: The late astronomer and author, Carl Sagan was very passionate about science and rationality. He was equally passionate against pseudo-science and irrationality. He applied tests of evidence and rationality to religion among other subjects. Here’s a few of his conclusions and observations. . . . more

 Does Christianity Prove The Existence Of Christ? - Category: Society - Religion and Spirituality by: - John Prytz 2/20/2018
Summary: Does Christianity prove the actual existence of Christ as depicted in Christianity's holy texts? Does Christ prove the tenants of Christianity? My short answer is "no". Read on. . . . more

 The Cosmological Paradigm - Category: Science - Astronomy by: - John Prytz 2/20/2018
Summary: Although modern cosmological ideas aren't quite set in stone, an overall paradigm has emerged. IMHO it is rather seriously flawed which is perhaps why there isn't quite the consensus in modern cosmology as say in some other areas of scientific inquiry, such as Darwinian evolution or the standard model of particle physics. In any event, the following current Cosmological Paradigms (CP) are stated then if necessary rebutted by myself (JP). . . . more

 Some Anti-Theist Religious Bits & Pieces: Round Twenty - Category: Society - Religion and Spirituality by: - John Prytz 2/11/2018
Summary: Philosophical concepts that surround life, the universe and everything, including those realms of theology, religions and the nature of deities continue to fascinate. Opinions proliferate. There's the theist pro side; there's the atheist anti-side. There aren't too many fence-sitters. I'm still in the anti-camp as the following twentieth helping of “Religious Bits and Pieces” illustrate. . . . more

 Debating A Theist: The Infinite Ladder - Category: Science - Physics by: - John Prytz 1/27/2018
Summary: My ever ongoing debating theist (MG) insists that if there is a past temporal infinity then it is impossible to reach the present since you have to participate in an infinite number of events before you can arrive at any current event. He introduced the analogy of "the infinite ladder" and how if you climb such a ladder you will never reach the top. However, he muddled his own analogy. . . . more

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 Aquarium Medications; Anti-Parasitic - Category: Home and Family - Pets by: - Carl Strohmeyer 2/23/2007
Summary: This article deals with medications generally intended for the treatment of internal and external parasites. When you have fish that are sick (bacterial, fungal, protozoan, or other parasites), you want to try and isolate them in a hospital aquarium whenever possible. Regular water changes before each treatment allow for a more effective treatment, especially when treated in the display aquarium. . . . more

 AQUARIUM FILTRATION (Filters), Canister, HOB and Cleaning; how they work - Category: Home and Family - Pets by: - Carl Strohmeyer 10/29/2007
Summary: There are several different kinds of aquarium filters, each with advantages and disadvantages. Most work best when used in combination to compliment each other, this redundancy is also important for peace of mind in case one filter fails, another will keep your aquarium filtering. . . . more

 "Better another Taliban Afghanistan, than a Taliban NUCLEAR Pakistan!?" - Category: Society - Politics by: - stephenj.morgan 3/5/2007
Summary: The defeat is Iraq undermines any hope of success in Afghanistan. At least half of the country will fall to the Taliban within two years. The new southern caliphate could become a Pashtunistan tearing away Pastun tribes and threatening the break up of Pakistan and the creation of an unstable, fundamentalist, nuclear regime there. . . . more

 Making Cheap Homemade Carp Boilies For Big Fish Without Using Expensive Protein Ingredients! - Category: Sports - Fishing by: - Tim F. Richardson 7/31/2009
Summary: There is much made of amino acids and protein in carp baits but is truly over-blown when you consider how many cheap fantastic classic carp baits succeed with barely any protein content, including sweetcorn, bread and tiger nuts. Here are some alternative low protein cheap bait recipe suggestions to give you the edge and to save a fortune in expensive readymade baits! . . . more

 The Al Qaeda Cult : Secrets of its Hidden Power - Category: Society - Politics by: - stephenj.morgan 2/7/2007
Summary: Mind-control, collective suicide, are just two of may features in the cult power of Al Qaeda - a cult of suicidal, messianic, martyrdom . . . more