Arguing with the anti-maskers, anti-vaxxers, flat earthers, and climate change deniers is a heck of a job. If you've ever tried, you’ll know what I am talking about.

And even though you recognize the fallacy in their arguments, like saying that masks don’t help to stop the coronavirus, you sometimes need heavy artillery.

Luckily, some people who know what they’re talking about have done everyone a service and stepped in to school the science deniers big time. From biochemists to sport scientists, these are some of the most mic-drop moves in stopping the spread of misinformation.

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Raine Soo
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1 month ago

I never knew that a simple apple had such a complex chemical composition. I learn something new everyday.

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Raine Soo
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1 month ago

SNAP!

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Pamela24
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1 month ago

One of my favourite tweets of all time (the second one, obviously). I hope to be one day this articulate.

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These days, when there are so many science deniers, it may feel like arguing with them is absolutely pointless. But a 2019 study published in the journal Nature Human Behavior showed that it’s in fact worth arguing with them.

Philipp Schmid and Cornelia Betsch of the University of Erfurt in Germany conducted six experiments with 1,773 subjects. They assessed “how to mitigate the influence of a denier on the audience.”

The results showed that “not responding to science deniers has a negative effect on attitudes towards behaviors favored by science (for example, vaccination) and intentions to perform these behaviors.”

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chi-wei shen
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1 month ago

Alan Turing was praised for what he has done during war time and condemned for whom he loved. That's the great tragedy of his life.

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Paul K. Johnson
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1 month ago

Dear God-botherers. If god drowned everyone except one family on the planet because they were evil then he believed that unborn children could be evil (not to mention all the born children). You anti-abortion types must really hate god for that.

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Joran Quinten
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1 month ago

That last remark hits it home!

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Facing deniers can be treated as a concerned and important effort to fight misinformation. The authors of the study suggest that “not turning up to the discussion at all seems to result in the worst effect.”

Meanwhile, showing up on an acquaintance's Facebook post, even if you think it's pointless, will surely do some good.

Interestingly, the authors claim that science deniers use the same rhetoric across domains. It means that “uncovering their rhetorical techniques is an effective and economic addition to the advocates’ toolbox.”

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Dorothy Parker
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1 month ago

I love my Space Pen! Works great.

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WilvanderHeijden
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1 month ago

Never ending story of idiots spreading a disease because they do not believe in science.

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Daria B
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1 month ago

I think we should celebrate holidays of all existing religions, that should be given equally to all followers and non followers. Yay! Every day is a holiday! ♡

Colin L
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1 month ago

Every atheist I know loves Christmas. We love the celebration of family and friends, gift-giving, the food, and even some of the music (depending on the atheist in question, and if the lyrics aren't too spooky). I personally love that our modern "Christmas" is a combination of pagan tradition... and I get to watch evangelicals melt down over red cups.

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Nadine Khazaka
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1 month ago

You can be religious and believe in science, not necessarily mutually exclusive.

Aragorn II Elessar
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1 month ago

Like me!

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Stille20
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1 month ago

So the person on the top is picking a fight where none is needed. However science and religion sometimes go hand in hand. Big leaps forward were made by priests and monks, including areas like genetics, astronomy and even evolution. So the second comment doesn't work either.

Marysue Watches
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1 month ago

Thank you!! Came here to say the same! Believing in God doesn't mean denying science.

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Garrincha
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1 month ago

Should have said that to Newton, Galileo, Copernicus, Volta, Kelvin amongst many more scientist/theists....

Sandra Bollox
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1 month ago

Being religious and being scientific are not mutually exclusive. As far as the original comment that says atheist shouldn't celebrate those holidays, it is dumb as hell.

Maria Ivanilova
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1 month ago

Maybe some one should check the number of religious scientists and doctors? You know, before acting like a moron. Why do so many people suffer from it religion or science illusion? It very very often both.

Vorknkx
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1 month ago

The discoveries and contributions of these religious scientists and doctors came from their intellect and education, not from being "religious". They accomplished results through hard work, not through prayer.

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jasper
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1 month ago

Religious people are not automatically "anti-science." One is not mutually exclusive of the other. That's just ignorant for people to say. There are a lot of dumb people who are neither and will argue any point because it makes them feel smart. The other point I would like to say is why can't people just be nice? We don't have to all agree on everything. Who cares what your neighbor thinks? Be a nice human being. Sheesh.

Raph cuddy
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1 month ago

i agree, every step in the creation story correlates with every step of the evolution story, give or take a few million years

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Katrin P.
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1 month ago

I'm an atheist but we celebrate Christmas. I mean, I don't believe there's a god. Not that there is a No-God. I am free. I'm even allowed to pray, I just don't think it might help. Christmas and Easter are important for me and my family, because it's a celebration of the circle of the year. That said, I think we don't have nearly enough non Christian holidays in Germany( only 2).

K.Kobayashi
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1 month ago

Who says we "happily" accept it?? I'd prefer to just have flexible leave I can use any day, rather than be forced to take specific holidays off.

Potato
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1 month ago

I can see the logic in specific holidays off. If you know over half of the company is going to recognize the holiday, you may as well just let everyone take off because there is a limit to how much work can be done with so little capacity.

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Roald Andresen
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1 month ago (edited)

Why should Christians accept regular days when several of the days in the week is named after Norse/Roman gods? Thursday is named after Thor, Saturday is named after Saturn, and even worse, Sunday has got its name from sun worshipping.

Adam Francis
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1 month ago

Atheists don't have to participate in religious holidays. But my hope is that as a Christian they will know God directly. There is a story about a man in a flood who prays to be saved. Someone comes by with a boat to save him but he declines saying he prayed and is waiting for God. This happens 2 more times. The man dies. He gets to heaven and asks God why he didn't save him. God says, "I sent you 3 people with boats". People do pray, the answer is often a man in a boat... or science.

Mari
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1 month ago

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Johnny
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1 month ago

As an atheist, I'm ok with holidays named after any religious practices, feel free to bring on more holidays based around the religions of the world, I promise not to complain.

Animal lover❤
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1 month ago

Well, holidays are fun. We want some fun

Tiari
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1 month ago (edited)

I partly agree. But then I wonder why we have so few non-religious holidays. I would prefer a model where you have to take vacation days for (most) religious holdays. And instead we get to celebrate official secular holidays. Like the women's right to vote, declaration of the human right, the ends of the world wars, the birthdays of your biggest national heroes and so on.

Alex Bailey
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1 month ago

I don't know about other countries but where I am most of the holidays were originally pagan anyway - many religions made use of what was already in existance.

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WilvanderHeijden
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1 month ago

"Yes, prayers and thoughts and mass church services are more than sufficient to fight a pandemic. Oh, and we do not care if you lost your job. That's no reason to stop giving generous donations to your preacher. Now hold your hands against the tv-screen and I will chase the Corona away." Signed Kenneth Copeland.

Beli Keshini
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1 month ago

Great answer!

Denny Cwiek
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1 month ago

Who says Christians don't believe in science? That's a false premise.

MiniMaus
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1 month ago

So how can you believe in Adam and Eve and still believe in science?

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R L
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1 month ago

There is a vast difference between religion and faith. And Science can co-exist with both.

WilvanderHeijden
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1 month ago

But anti-science people use the bible as "proof" to "debunk" science. Not to mention the role the Catholic church played in sabotaging the spreading of HIV.

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John-Paul Bitler
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1 month ago

Bahahaha

Mark Johanen
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1 month ago

That doesn't even make sense. Many if not most medical treatments used today were invented by "religious people". Look up Louis Pasteur, Gregor Mendel, Francis Collins, Raymand Damadian, etc.

Leo Domitrix
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1 month ago

Noam Kaiser for the win.

Perfumista Perfumista
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1 month ago

On the first post: Most places are closed on Christmas whether you are willing to work that day or not. On the second post: Being a Dr. or a Scientist is not exclusive from being religious.

CzechPanda
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1 month ago

atheist here... I am not uncomfortable with the "concept of god" just with his/her idiotic followers (and for the record, I disagreed with easter friday becoming a national holiday in 2016 but noone asked me and the holiday has been forced on me since... well at least I can work for double pay on that day)

Louloubelle
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1 month ago

Yep.

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Lana Jig-maker
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1 month ago

yeah but, just because you have a belief in a deity, doesn't mean you don't believe in medicine. It is completely possible to believe in both. However being atheist means you directly do not believe in a deity. It is not faith vs science, as some people from both sides seem to try to make it.

Carol Stephen
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1 month ago

I guess because the workplace is closed and they couldn't get in, so they went home.

Myxomatosis
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1 month ago

THIS. Is my favorite.

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Billy The Kid
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1 month ago

here in the UK we dont get leave on religious days but we do get stinking drunk! LOL

Ingela Axelsson
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1 month ago

That's a thought...

David McKendrick
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1 month ago

Our days of the week are named in honor of Norse gods. Sunday: For Sol, goddess of the sun, Sun's day Monday: for Mani, goddess of the moon, Mani's day Tuesday: For Tyr, god of war, Tyr's day Wednesday: For Odin, the Raven God, sometimes known as Woden, Woden's day Thursday: For Thor, god of strength and storms, Thor's day Friday: For Freya, goddess of marriage. Saturday: Saturday did not come from the Vikings. It came from the ancient Romans - Saturn's day.

Mohamed Nassar
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1 month ago

Actually that’s an idiotic comment By Noam. Being a believer in God/religion doesn’t mean you don’t believe in science.

Kaleen Ellis
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1 month ago

Actually, most of those holidays 47toolate talks about were transients from Pagan holidays by the church.

Wendy Lam
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1 month ago

Everyday is a festivus for the rest of us, religious or not!

elfin
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1 month ago

I wonder if the original poster genuinely believes that all Christians spend their religious holidays off in prayer and meditation. As an atheist I'm not uncomfortable with the concept of gods. I enjoy mythology of many kinds. I am uncomfortable with people who use their individual notion of a fictional being in an argument.

Todd Stong
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1 month ago

I suspect a majority of we scientists are religious.

Jessica Chance
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1 month ago

No. Just no. My parents did just that and I went undiagnosed into my 30’s. Mostly because doctors couldn’t believe I wasn’t ever treated for something that get traditionally treated before age 10

Stuart Limbrick
Community Member
1 month ago

Both atheists and religious people voted in governments and paid taxes to access medicare. Reilgious people still understand and use science, but focus life's existence on God. History gives us our calendar and festivities. Religion can choose which they want to participate in. Both statements above are based on false premise.

Sam T Godfrey
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1 month ago

Half the months of a year are named after gods, do I get them off too?

Ojberretta Berretta
Community Member
1 month ago

god invented science and medicine...many doctors and scientists are ppl of faith...lemaitre for example the guy who developed the big bang theory was a catholic priest...so us religious ppl will still use science and medicine...and still ask why yall want to celebrate our religious days...

Mishte Tine
Community Member
1 month ago

This whole topic is a mess. Separation of Church and State. Freedom of/from religion. No religion should require anything of anyone who does not agree or follow their tenets. Hello everybody. Step away from my body.

Daniel (ShadowDrakken)
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1 month ago (edited)

No, I'm with both of these people. Stop making me celebrate your religious holidays, and stop using my technology.

Thatshedley Ibohjin
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1 month ago

get rid of religion and celebrate people and accomplishments, not religious ,( invisible) deities holidays

Edgar Rops
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1 month ago

Quite frankly, both are idiots....

Susan Susan
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1 month ago

So should atheists also be denied access to days of the week?

Truth Monster
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1 month ago

an athiest should be given leave the same as their peers. Denying equal treatment based on personal religious belief (or lack thereof) is not only illegal, it makes you an arse.

Francesco Nicoletti
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1 month ago

What do Christians do on Thursday (Thor’s Day) or March ( Mars Month ) or August ( the month of the Divine Caesar Augustus) ? Bits of old religions are just scattered throughout the calendar they don’t bother anybody.

Aragorn II Elessar
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1 month ago

June was named after the goddess Juno, January after the god Janus

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Per S
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1 month ago

I dislike when people conflate scientists with atheists. Two very different things. The former deals with physical reality, the latter is metaphysical opinion. The former is action, the latter is reaction.

Fixin'Ta
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1 month ago

Well, now, here's the thing about that last argument: You can believe in God and pray for him to make you well ... AND believe that He gave people brains to think with, and thereby the ability to become medical doctors and creators of medical devices and medications and other healing items that can help people get well! Wow! BTW, kinda sick of people using the WORST examples of "Christians" to make these points. Most of us are fine with everybody having "our" holidays off. It's just the complete jerks who are the loudest. Sorry for that.

Wouldn't You Like to Know
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1 month ago

We do pray, and it often works.

Pusfarm
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1 month ago

And you know this because…?

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Tiffany Marie
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1 month ago (edited)

Christmas is so far gone... Its barely anything to do with Christ now days. Lmao. Easter at that too.

Peter Bear
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1 month ago

Probably because atheism is a religion. It's just one that does not believe in gods. Let me break it down for you. Religion is defined as 'a system of beliefs about the purpose and nature of the universe that may or may not include a god, gods, or god figures'. Since no number of gods can be definitely proven, or disproven, any such question is by definition a matter of belief. Therefore, atheism (like pantheism, polytheism, monotheism, duotheism, and any other -theism) is a class of religion. Thank you for coming to my TED talk.

deanna woods
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1 month ago

My dad worked for the state of Texas as a highway worker and got all kinds of holidays off. He got Ramadan and Yom Kippur off. So, according to this person's logic, since we aren't Muslim or Jewish he should have went to work on those days. Some people just say things that make no sense. If your employer tells you don't have to be at work, then you don't have to be at work.

Sasha Kuleshov
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1 month ago

I'd actually prefer that religious holidays should not be National Holidays :)

Violet Learn
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1 month ago

Christmas is one day and people get weeks off of work and school. Eid is three days and Muslims aren't given a single day off for that. Even when they are fasting.

ADHORTATOR
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1 month ago

I don't celebrate christmas, but Saturnalia

John Braines
Community Member
1 month ago

There was a big celebration around the time of Christmas for at least 3000 years in England. It is the winter solstice! This is an important time in the year for people relying on and close to the land. The end of one growing year and the start of another. There was also a celebration around Easter which is still timed by the phases of the moon. This is the start of the planting season. Ch Christianity has just highjacked them for their own purposes. Celebrate away my friends.

random observer
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1 month ago

The saving factor is that none of the public holidays are celebrated in their original religious mode anymore anyway, unless by private people privately. Christmas has been possible to celebrate in full secular mode for decades, to the discomfort of some as far back as at least the Charlie Brown special in 1965. Santa, trees, gifts, jingle bells, all that. Church and Jesus got optional a long time ago. Even Easter. They are even more secular now, when some folks seem to think even Santa and Rudolf are too old-school. If all these holidays were REALLY religious and celebrated as such publicly, by a society in which the religion was actually a public thing and on the minds of the celebrants, then it would be weird. As an atheist, I might actually ask for an alternate free day off just to avoid commemorating it by accident.

random observer
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1 month ago

That isn't quite an equivalent set, though, and although a witty retort it isn't a scientific argument like some others here. First, medicine is serious and denying it to people would be serious. Plenty of religious people have participated in the invention and current practice of modern medicine and find no contradiction. And even if they do, depending on their denomination and religion, they manage to take part anyway. Not to mention basic care that has been provided by religious institutions for centuries. Second, public holidays, though fun, are not serious. Denying any specific ones to people would be annoying, but a comparatively trifling imposition. Doesn't mean it would be right, but it's not that big a deal by comparison.

Michelle C
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1 month ago

Ha!

Just a Purpler
Community Member
1 month ago

Makes me sad when people think god and science don't mix though... the leader of my church was a heart surgeon before he retired! An incredible man of science, and an incredible testimony of God

CP
Community Member
1 month ago

Anecdotal evidence does not prove anything. There is plenty of history about religions trying to stifle science and people even learning to read.

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Tilly Jean
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1 month ago

Nailed it.

Kookamunga
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1 month ago

Religion is the opiate of the masses.

Peter Kovak
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1 month ago

This one is brilliant!

E Menendez
Community Member
1 month ago

Don't down vote me on this - but because you are religious does not mean you don't believe in medical care, but being an atheist means you do not believe in anything higher than yourself so it is not a one to one roast. Not so say I think they shouldn' t be given the holiday, but it is not equivocal .

Pusfarm
Community Member
1 month ago

That's not an accurate description of atheists. You make it sound like we're all arrogant in our superiority. Not the case at all, at least for me and those I know. There may well be a superior being that created the universe, but I simply don't believe it. It's not arrogance, it's an absence of blind faith and belief without evidence. And that's not even considering religious hypocrisy, which undermines the concept of belief.

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Western medicine was developed in Religous Universities along with the Big Bang theory

Louloubelle
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1 month ago

Probably because at one time all schools were operated by the church. No options there.

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Some religious people DO pray and in the process kill their children.

Inqisitor
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1 month ago

Only religious extremists, and extremism is always bad in any field be it science or religion. Just to illustrate an extremist scientist unburdened by moral or religion might argue that performing some experiment on some group of people without their consent is perfectly justified because it could lead to some new amazing discovery. But that doesn't mean that is the right thing to do, and that is the lesson that religion is trying to teach humanity.

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Raine Soo
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1 month ago

Hilarious!

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Elli Rahim
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1 month ago

Excellent campaign.

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Fish Boden
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1 month ago

I can't believe that the idiot had 1.8k up-votes. Yowsers, so many dafties.

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WilvanderHeijden
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1 month ago

Lol. How dare you debunk the nonsense I'm spewing on the internet with science? Don't you ever do that again!!!!

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Joran Quinten
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1 month ago

Ouch, that NASA burn

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Sue Hazlewood
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1 month ago

That student has many shocks ahead of him in life methinks

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Mama Panda
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1 month ago

oh good grief, we are all in trouble

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WilvanderHeijden
Community Member
1 month ago

Even if you'd put the entire flat-earth movement in a spaceship and circle the earth in any way they want, they'd be telling you that it's a trick with mirrors and projectors. But at least they are harmless and don't hurt other people with their nonsense.

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Scagsy
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1 month ago

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NavyDave
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1 month ago

I mean, astrophysics aren't directly related to climate change, but you can expect someone who has a PhD in it to know à lot more than someone so unintelligent that they spell virus vIRUS and say that people who believe the truth(that climate change exists) are criminals.

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Mama Panda
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1 month ago

hahahaha I love it when people who have no flippin' idea who they are talking to make an ass out of themselves. I always look up whoever I am in a discussion/argument/debate with before I make a comment that I might regret later. You never know if someone's background qualifies them to be right or not.

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WilvanderHeijden
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1 month ago

History is there to teach the future lessons. But of course, you do need some kind of education to be able to understand those lessons.

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Mama Panda
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1 month ago

But but I saw it on Facebook so it must be true! hahaha

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ImaDerp
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1 month ago

Oooo roasted!

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NavyDave
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1 month ago

Calculating the amount of valence electrons in a nucleus is easy, since there are none.

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Raine Soo
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1 month ago (edited)

People seem to forget that astronauts are bonafide scientists with degrees in engineering, and other biological and mathematical sciences. DId they think that they were just a bunch of space cowboys?

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StormsTempest
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1 month ago

Do people forget that literally everything is made up of chemicals...?

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Krazy Kanuck
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1 month ago

ANYONE who has been on a mountain above 5000 ft has seen the curvature of the earth, as a Skydiver who has jumped from above 10,000 ft the curve of the earth is extremely pronounced at that height.

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Raine Soo
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1 month ago

The theory that vaccines cause autism has been completely debunked years ago. Did the anti-vaxxers not get the memo? It doesn't matter. They'll still believe rumour and hearsay over science.

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Tovah Roche
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1 month ago

Someone should probably tell them that Darwin believed in God and evolution simultaneously throughout most of his research years.

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Elizabeth Molloy
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1 month ago

"Organically" ... jeez people are stupid!

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Kady Maree Mcgrath
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1 month ago

Roasted and toasted

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Raine Soo
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1 month ago

Long live the onion!

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WilvanderHeijden
Community Member
1 month ago

More and more European countries make vaccinating mandatory. Unvaccinated children are banned from schools in those countries and parents can be forced to have their children vaccinated. And rightly so. Screw your "strong convictions" and "religious beliefs", our national health is endangered because of your bullshit and we are getting tired of your stupidity.

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Csaba Hegedűs
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1 month ago

It's so sad to see one thinks that if their kids are momentarily healthy without vaccination, that's proof that this state will keep up indefinitely. It most likely won't. It would be funny to see their faces when they realize their mistakes, but it won't, because it would be to the expense of the child who'd deserve better.

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Cori
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1 month ago

I instantly tune out anyone who refers to grown women as 'girls' anyway, especially when they're talking about an educated woman in a high level position. I'm fairly certain this same man wouldn't refer to a male meteorologist as a 'weather boy.'

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EA
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1 month ago (edited)

Tell that to the families of women who died from cervical cancer. Including a 15 year old girl in the UK a few years ago. Plus it’s been proven that men can be affected by HPV as well so some are campaigning for teenage boys to have the vaccine too. Oh and it might not cause cancer, but more often genital warts and other infections. Who would want to be protected from getting genital warts right?! Morons...

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Mama Panda
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1 month ago

Umm Anthropology is not easy.

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Sue Hazlewood
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1 month ago

Ye gods, even I know apricot seeds are poisonous

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Raine Soo
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1 month ago

The issue, my friend, is why do flat-earthers believe hokum without question?

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Raine Soo
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1 month ago (edited)

I'd laugh if this weren't so sad.

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