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Saturday, April 10, 2010

The 1.6% Solution

That’s the percentage of people in North America who think that the solution to a better life would be if everyone's children were forced to believe - or at least taught - that everything came from nothing without any cause whatsoever.

Well, that’s not exactly true. This 1.6% of the population believe that the solution to a better life would be if everyone's children weren’t allowed to be taught that everything that has come into being required a cause.

This 1.6% of the population can’t understand why people are hesitant to elect them to positions of power.

7 comments:

  1. Odd... 1.6% also represents the truth in this post.

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  2. Good thing that it's only 1.6%, because these people are really retarded to believe that everything came from nothing without any cause whatsoever! I wonder who they are...

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  3. Ran into that video only 30 minutes after reading your post, nice timing...

    Everything Created Nothing

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  4. I've been reading about theories that the other side of a black hole is a white flash, so to speak. Since energy and matter shouldn't be capable of being destroyed, it's bound to go somewhere when trapped in a black hole. Some people even believe our "universe" was created in such a way, which would mean the whole of existence is beyond our universe. It may mean the universe is even older than the current calculation of 13-14 billion years old.

    This scares me... because Scientologists claim the universe is hundreds of billions of years old. What if they're... no, I won't even suggest...

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  5. It may mean the universe is even older than the current calculation of 13-14 billion years old.

    This scares me... because Scientologists claim the universe is hundreds of billions of years old. What if they're... no, I won't even suggest...


    Oh... my... god...!

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