On 1/13/2013 2:48 AM, meekerdb wrote:
On 1/12/2013 6:58 PM, Stephen P. King wrote:
On 1/12/2013 7:19 PM, meekerdb wrote:
??? Who asked you to? I guess you're unaware that hydroelectric
generators depend on solar energy? And that the energy in coal and
oil came from the Sun. And that it's not an either-or choice. And
that the Sun shines all the time, just not on your spot? And that
energy can be stored? I assume you're switching to nuclear.
Fission of Uranium or thorium, it came from stars as well. :-)
Goof points, Brent. The one hard nut is fusion...
Same to you. Uraniums and thorium came from stars - but not as sunlight.
Yeah and a horrid typo. I meant to complement you... It seems that
the Egyptians sorta had it right to think of Ra (sun god) as supreme...
I see the entire god argument as a bit silly. Once one takes out the
"willful control" aspect to systems and the infinity out of "all", the
problems of semi-omniscient/omnipotent gods is mute. I think that people
are free to believe anything what want, but are not free of the
consequences of bad beliefs.
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