sorry about the smilie above, I meant to say that subs only cost 8
Posts made by Usul513
RE: Brit Strategy
About tech rolls, I have found that someone who "never buys tech rolls" is limiting their options. Heavy Bombers IS NOT THE ONLY GOOD TECH. Industrial tech is always good(infantry at 2, tanks at 4), super subs is usually good(remember that subs have a 1st shot attack, can flee, and only cost , Jet power basically guarantees one hit per fighter when defending, LR aircraft gives so many more options(fighters from US to Moscow!), and rockets are really a free SBR per turn that cannot get shot down.
RE: Thwarting Yanny
Scientists who care about science vs. religion, because they think science disagrees with religion, are religious as well.
1)First went because of parents choice, then "realized" it disagreed with science and became atheist. Then realized it didn't(two years later), and in fact all science that does is at basic form illogical; and became christian again.
2)I am christian(I don't care about the denomination, but my church I attend is baptist)
3)I think other religions should be tolerated, as that is what Jesus would have wanted; even though they have been mislead (sometimes by people seeking personal benefit)
Christianity isn't really a religion.
Religion: Man seeking God/gods
Christianity: God seeking us to return to him.
RE: Concealed Carry Law - My bet is most A&A players are for it.
On 2002-05-15 14:42, dezrtfish wrote:
Concealed carry permits are a tool for law abiding citizens to let police know that they are protecting them selves without appearing aggressive. It is perfectly legal for me to walk down my street with my pistol hanging off of my belt. However I choose to be less conspicuous.
Criminals do not obey the gun laws we already have, so why make more laws that that only victims will bother to obey?
Exactly, what kind of a criminal will rob a store with a baseball bat instead of a gun because using the gun to do it is illegal?
RE: Religion and Science
I have a debate going with an evolutionist on another forum, and he has brought up something called punctuated equilibrium. It was "discovered" when darwinists realized the absurdity of slow gradual mutations forming something like a bird, or a mammal, or an eye, etc.. An important thing for all of you to remember is that not all (christian) creationists are the same in their beliefs. I for example am an old earth creationist, where most are young earth creationists. Both views are completely compatible with the original hebrew, the word 'yom' could mean 24 hour day, 12 hour day, or era/age/epoch.
RE: Religion and Science
The big bang: In the begginning the universe was extremely small. There was no matter, only energy. for some reason it started to expand, and the energy created matter/antimatter pairs of particles. Different types of particles were created as the energy became more diffuse. most of the matter was transformed back into energy as it came into contact with antimatter. Eventually there was not enough concentrated energy to create more matter/antimatter, but some matter stayed around.
Is that about it in a nutshell?