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  • bonzinip

    bonzinip

    March 11, 2015, 5:50 am

    * What about patenting the concept of a legal thriller? It is no more unacceptable than patenting a sort algorithm that can sort numbers or strings.

    * Movie, maybe no. But movies' plots, same as books.

    * Math. And then for 20 years you are the only one that can use it in a proof? Or what?

    * DNA, prior art? Do you have corn plants that produce pesticides in nature? Surely has no prior art.

    * House design, yes. Indeed there exist design patents (but they are slightly different from industrial patents).

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  • averyv

    averyv

    March 10, 2015, 6:08 pm

    listen, i asked you for your source with a single sentence and you sent me back _two_ replies, one of which used a little capslock and the phrase "righteous indignation", not to mention the derogatory "spoon feeding" comments that came because i wanted to know where you, personally, found that information. that is hostility, plain and simple.

    you also habitually mis-represent arguments. for example:

    > "Dawkins said that sexual abuse is less harmful than being raised catholic"

    he did no such thing. he did argue that the psychological traumatic effects left afterward are comparable. which it is, literally, comparable. which brings me to...

    > "Oh yeah?!?! Well, if there was to be a, like, huge clinical test and, well, there hasn't been but IF THERE WAS then it, kinda, MIGHT show that he was right, and, see, that means you're wrong".

    this is _not at all what i said_. i said, very very plainly, that an experiment could be devised to find out if his hypothesis was correct. you have misrepresented nearly every assertion you have made so far, and you have now directly misrepresented me and my position. i did state that i felt his central hypothesis was at least partially tenable, but at no point did i ever say you were wrong or he was right or _anything_ like that. you are made that up, right out of thin air. i would like to add "dishonesty" to the list of reasons i think people don't reply to you.

    > the simple fact that he's a scientist being enough to convince you that he must be correct about everything.

    that is not at all what i said, or what i meant, and again... i have a feeling you know this. i appealed to his _position_ as a scientist, not his authority. scientists have no authority, only hypothesis, data, and theory. and i never said he was correct about this, or by necessity correct about anything else. again, you have conjured this idea from thin air.

    > the pathological need of all atheists to be told what to think, preferably by a figure in authority.

    this is nonsense and has no basis in example, even in the context of this conversation. you are making a sweeping assertion, with no data to back you up, and no even anecdotal evidence to show that all atheists consider their relationship to science and authority in the same way. and you are saying it all with quite a distasteful tone. i am beginning to feel, in fact, as though you are playing a part, and having some fun at my expense... that you are a "troll", in the common parlance. i have a hard time believing any serious person could jump so far off an argument just to come back with what seems very much like intentionally inflammatory rhetoric.

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    March 10, 2015, 8:05 am

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  • SpacedAlien

    SpacedAlien

    March 10, 2015, 9:42 am

    Ezekiel 25:17:

    "The path of the righteous man is beset on all sides with the iniquities of the selfish and the tyranny of evil men. Blessed is he who in the name of charity and good will shepherds the weak through the valley of darkness, for he is truly his brother's keeper and the finder of lost children. And I will strike down upon those with great vengeance and with furious anger those who attempt to poison and destroy my brothers. And you will know that my name is the Lord when I lay my vengeance upon thee."

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  • jgreen44

    jgreen44

    March 10, 2015, 1:48 pm

    Your points are well taken.

    I remember when I was a kid rooting for my favorite basketball team to win the NBA championship the thought occurred to me that if I turned off the light in my room or did not turn off the light in my room (I forget which) my team would win the game. This is, of course, magical thinking with no reasonable basis. There is a belief (an urban myth or meme) that a gambler is on a winning streak should not take a shower because he may "wash off" his good luck. Is religious behavior really any different? I mean whether or not it occurs spontaneously (as in the basketball example) is based on an urban myth (the gambling example) or is based on an ancient theological system (religion) is magical thinking ever valid? And is any of this type of behavior really substantially different from OCD behavior?

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  • joncash

    joncash

    March 11, 2015, 1:57 am

    Sorry for the late reply, obviously you don't know what a free market is. One of the underlying principles of a free market is SELF-REGULATION and NOT GOVERNMENT INTERFERENCE.

    In fact in a TRULY free anarcho-capitalist market, if someone put lead in toys, someone else would go and kill the person who put lead in toys. No police, no government, no laws. Yet the problem fixes it self. Truly, a totally anarcho-capitalist system is the most just and fair. If someone cheats you too much, YOU decide how to punish that person. Equally if you over punish that person, say murder, their family and friends will decide how you get punished.

    Thus, everyone knowing that everyone has the same ability to extract revenge, and no one being able to run to a government force, we create equality and self-regulation. You work with people fairly because you know how bad the outcome will be if you don't.

    *Edit: and MOST importantly that's why I would be opposed to a ban on lead toys as well. I completely agree with Ron that THE GOVERNMENT should not create a law banning the lead. That has nothing to do with newspapers reporting it, media telling people what happened, and MOST importantly people going over seas and shooting the person who put it in. See, no laws, no government regulation, yet the problem solves itself. TRUE FREE MARKETS AT WORK.

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  • Hroppa

    Hroppa

    March 10, 2015, 9:29 pm

    I studied the American civil war in A level history too. It's not exactly as if they teach you one interpretation; the question would be something like "Slavery was the most important factor in causing the civil war. To what extent do you agree with this statement?" It's not a case of "Yes, slavery was" being the right answer; it's more about how you answer the question.

    OTOH, the impression I came away with was that slavery was the main cause of the civil war. Not because the northerners were all moralistic and the southerners were evil (Lincoln didn't even use slavery as the main justification until half way through, right?) but because slavery was the biggest economic difference between north and south, creating the need for tariffs and the cultural clash that made the civil war likely. Besides being a reason in its own right, slavery was the most obvious sign of the differences between north and south; politics was so geographically dependent that when a new state joined, it was whether it allowed slavery or not that made it a north-controlled or a south-controlled state.

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  • RandomStalker

    RandomStalker

    March 10, 2015, 2:13 pm

    Thanks, but for mouseless browsing FF still seems to work best for me (not in the least because of the actual addon Mouseless Browsing). ALT-D x imdb takes you directly to page x on imdb. Opera just googles it. CTRL-F in Firefox gives you an extremely useful search bar, while Opera gives you an unwieldy pop-up window. CTRL-clicking does not open links in a new tab (in fact, my firefox config opens every link in a new tab), and there doesn't seem to be enough options to tweak how tabs behave. May seem like minor issues, but I just can't see myself switching as long they're there. Which is a shame, because Opera loads pages about twice as fast for me.

    Hmm, upon further inspection I might need to switch just to play SimAquarium.

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  • automatedresponse

    automatedresponse

    March 11, 2015, 3:57 am

    It's a lot "scarier" in a room full of movie goers who get scared easier than you do. It's a cool movie, it's almost too funny at times, though some of the male vs female humor is lame. Fucking lame.

    I wish it would have been about 10-15 minutes longer and explained more, or shown the demonologist.

    Very cool for a limited budget, but not super scary. I was expecting a lot more, "out of the corner of your eye" disturbances and there were none... which was a bit strange.

    See it in a theater or not at all.

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