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Probability of life
Wednesday, June 26, 2019 8:36:49 AM
All I know for sure is what Pasteur figured out, and I don't think life originated here, we are all descendants from bacteria that arrived from meteorite.
I can understand that for something to start there had to have been an end, but I think those are just points we arbitrarily label once we recognize them, they are just cycles that are part of The Circle
I guess I think of the origin of life as when motion began, and since the only place where things don't move is absolute zero (which we cannot obtain) I just figure it's always been moving,
The easier question to answer is:
Is it possible to go from motion (life) to stop ,
No I don't think it is, only for our tiny cycles to end in this motion of everything
I don't really like this topic due to the fact that it tends to get high-jacked by both the religious and the anti-religious in attempt to prove the other wrong, so it's nice to hear these, more neutral, well thought out different views
Bishop George Pell
Monday, January 8, 2018 12:08:41 PM
I wasn't familiar with the story, but do to being familiar with mister minchen, was afraid to click on the link without first letting Google point me to a safe link to click, but the search engine -- for some reason -- wasn't bringing anything up?
Morning Star - Yeshua/Satan
Wednesday, January 3, 2018 11:28:37 AM
I always assumed that the Devel. was the abbreviated term Developer
Please kindly suggest some legal English books.
Wednesday, January 3, 2018 11:18:58 AM
the only thing I got for you is that in small claims court the term "time-barred" is sometimes referred to as "clock-blocked"
isn't that right Jesse?
When will Jesus come back ?
Wednesday, January 3, 2018 10:55:53 AM
He's been back thrice, at least as far as the "Official" record which thereafter failed to keep official record.
In The New Testament alone,
those who have ears
and were learnt their letters, heard the stories of
azareth AKA the Baptist, and then best known or Jesus as Himself, and the least known (due to spelling variant, and more due to the Elite whom executed him deciding that the best way to execute damage control of the Truth he was spreading was for AP aka Apostle Paul AKA Associated Press take the liberty to author over half of the New Testament as opposed to the being comprised mainly from the records written by His Disciples) Judas whom as it were, was effectively silenced by Paul, for all excepting
those who have E.A.R.S
those who do, most often hear the out of place and bogus "creative"/extraneous line which comes out of nowhere and in a completely different voice "who betrayed Jesus" and
those who hear
often understand why the guards were so taken aback as to stumble and fall all over themselves once they get there and ask which one is Jesus, it's the same one who led them there, you'd be taken aback too if the guide you were following -- taking you to the Savior -- but you didn't realize the person you
following the entire time
the Savior and they typically don't have trouble figuring out it was
eter who the Main Character Jesus straight out says something like You idiot, you will betray my three times before the cock crows!
I'd say He's been back, Countless times since then, and the same story bout the AP runnin damage control so that the Truth remains hidden excepting for those seemingly few
so the story goes
Monday, December 26, 2016 11:00:15 PM
it's also the first person singular form of the verb "to eat"
English translation of "trawferre"
Thursday, February 19, 2015 5:44:29 PM
Thank You Roger,
I thought it was a typo, but because the typo appeared in every online legal dictionary, I figured it had to be a
written Latin verb (one that produces a noun). I can't imagine every legal reference book to include the typo, so it must be a corrupted data base effecting only e-documents
English translation of "trawferre"
Thursday, February 19, 2015 4:04:59 PM
Is there a direct English translation for the word "trawferre"(what I am assuming is a Latin word)
from the Lord Coke quote
...alienum facere vel ex nostro dominio in alienum trawferre sive rem aliquam in dominium alterius transferre...
I understand the legal meaning of the entire phrase, but having trouble finding a translation for the single word "trawferre"
any help is appreciated, Thank you
What is my purpose in life?
Tuesday, August 26, 2014 10:37:17 AM
I would like to propose that the free dictionary forum take up a bot policy like wikipedia's, and users shouldn't be allowed to post bot content from their personal profile
Thursday, August 7, 2014 6:35:16 PM
I don't think Amen has drunk enough iced coffee (pfrapacino) to understand that the sociological model the 1% use amongst themselves
the Martian model (communism, socialist to the T)
They simply view themselves are a different race of beings entirely, and not the humane kind.
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