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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Bye Bye Abortion
« on: Today at 07:19:00 PM »
This makes women responsible for abortion.

Yes, if they have the choice and choose to take that option without consulting the father.

However, they do not bear 100% responsibility for getting pregnant.  That at best is only 50% women's responsibility and sometimes 0%.  So men must be at least 50% responsible for unwanted pregnancy.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Bye Bye Abortion
« on: Today at 04:19:32 PM »
95% percent of the time, it is her fault.
5% of the time you post something that is not this ridiculous.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Bye Bye Abortion
« on: August 08, 2022, 07:27:26 PM »
I guess you are right, but he should admit that there are some valid reasons for abortion even in his mind.  Very few abortions, at least according to reports here in Canada, are simply for birth control reasons.  Nonetheless, women need access to safe abortion if for no other reason than it's their prerogative to decide whether or not they want a child.  After all an unwanted child will not likely have a great life.

To listen to some in this thread safe abortion enables slutty behavior.  That has to be the most ridiculously misogynistic concept I have ever heard.

Next thing is they will want to eliminate all forms of contraceptives.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Bye Bye Abortion
« on: August 08, 2022, 06:46:45 PM »
The point is clearly that women can just get higher standards or opt for marriage.
Of course women can wait until marriage.  They very often do.  What about the following cases though:

1) A married woman gets pregnant by her husband but then finds out that she has a condition that puts both her and her child at a very high risk of death if she goes full term.

2) A woman get's raped and becomes pregnant but is in no position to be pregnant or support and care for a child.  An example here would be a woman on active duty in the armed forces or otherwise occupied in a life where being pregnant and giving birth are not possible.

3) The child will be born horribly disfigured to the extent they will have no quality of life whatsoever and will not survive, or will require constant medical support to 'live' that is far beyond the woman's ability to pay for.  For example born without a functioning major organ.

We could go on and on but perhaps you could respond to those 3.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Bye Bye Abortion
« on: August 08, 2022, 05:43:24 AM »
Tom, I'm convinced it did occur. I'm not accusing you of makin it up.  I'm not arguing that point.  However, it was astonishingly obviously SARCASM!!!!.  It seems you don't know what that means.  Go look it up.  There are 327 Million explanations on the internet.  Many of those must be from Fake Earthers.

Research like Fake Earther's do.

Enjoy.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Bye Bye Abortion
« on: August 08, 2022, 04:44:55 AM »
Remarks like "That might be a joke" is a fairly low content response. Was I supposed to respond that it might not be, where you again respond that it might be?

I will hold out until you have something legitimate to argue.
Tom, your inability to recognize sarcasm is not my responsibility.  I can't help you with that in any reasonable way here.  The link you posted was as sarcastic as sarcasm can get.  Sorry you don't get it. Don't pout, try again.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Bye Bye Abortion
« on: August 08, 2022, 04:29:38 AM »
If you guys have nothing to post except a low content post, I would suggest not posting.
I disagree. The 2nd part of my last post was pertinent to the discussion.  The link you posted contained content that was an obvious exaggerated reaction to the change in law.  Do I really have to explain this to you?

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Buy Illegal Abortion
« on: August 08, 2022, 03:08:21 AM »
Alternatively:

Holy confirmation bias Batman!  No surprise really.  Tom you have an unique way for dragging up the most incredible trash to support your mental state.  This was far more than likely posted in jest.  The fact you don't see that is kind of sad.  Keep them blinders on Tommy boy.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Buy Illegal Abortion
« on: August 08, 2022, 02:08:06 AM »
Fixed the title for U guyzzzz.

I do understand this is, at first sight, a low value post.  But upon further reflection I am sure you all know this is where things are heading in many places in the US.  It can't be anything but obvious that things will return to the way they were.  Even died in the wool fanatics of misogyny and religious mansplainin' (Tom and Achtung80. talking to you guys here) will have to admit that if it is not available legally it will promote a criminal source just like it did in the past.

I guess some intense assholes believe that women should die horribly from infection due to badly implemented illegal procedures rather than live their life after having a humanely justifiable professional abortion.

It's not Like Tom Turkey or Achtung80 will ever need personally to face this.  So what's it to them?

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Old Politicians
« on: August 05, 2022, 05:45:30 AM »
How do these practically zombified 70-80 year olds conduct political business?

Sorry for being late to this game.

Age has nothing to do with it, unless you are old enough to be dead.  There is precious little difference between politicians and whores.  Politicians sell themselves for favors, whores sell them selves for money.  The whores come out ahead.  Political favors have the life span of a mayfly.  Money rules.  So politicians play their little games endlessly thinking they are doin' stuff.  They aren't.  It usually amounts to rhetoric and media ops.  Anyone from 8 to 88 can deal with it.  The real power is not in the public arena.  Let the conspiracies flow...

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Old Politicians
« on: August 05, 2022, 05:35:21 AM »
As a litmus test - how surprised were you by Trump's 2016 election?
LOL!

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Flat Earth Investigations / Re: Theory that Black Holes are Land Mass
« on: August 02, 2022, 01:56:16 PM »
Indeed.

If they don't like Newtonian mechanics what would they think of GR and QM?  In GR only abut 20 solutions are know to exist, yet the many approximations we have are so good they explain many of the things we see in the cosmos.  It reveals a lot about how the universe is made up and we can deduce myriad things from that.  QM does not give exact answers either.  All it provides is the probability that something is going to be in any given state at any given time.  Yet that has allowed us to build nearly all the technology we have today.  If Tom (and the Fake Earth community in general) can't get their head around F=Gm1m2/r2 and F=ma and are not satisfied with us being able to calculate orbits to 30 decimal places of accuracy to the point of claiming our universe can't exit. how then can he believe in his computer and the internet which come to us courtesy of probabilities, "guesswork" and insights with no analytic answers at all.  Yet here he is, using those things he can't possibly understand or believe in every day to disseminate his misinformation from his closet.

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Flat Earth Investigations / Re: Theory that Black Holes are Land Mass
« on: August 01, 2022, 01:53:35 PM »
... refusing to understand that it can be and has been modelled as multiple 2 body problems very successfully.
You are making the very same error that Tom is.  When N-body problems are simulated they DO NOT use multiple 2-body problems.  That method is only used to approximate an analytical solution.  For simulation you do not need a an analytic solution to the differential equations.  The equations for each object are simultaneously integrated numerically in a piecewise or discrete fashion and allowed to evolve.  This is NOT multiple 2-body problems.

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Flat Earth Investigations / Re: Theory that Black Holes are Land Mass
« on: July 31, 2022, 05:25:34 PM »
I pointed out that planets and asteroids would not use gravitationally selective two body problems or mathematical cheats when traversing the solar system. You don't have a working model that can exist without these cheats.
This is not how planetary systems are modeled Tom.  Where are you getting this bullshit?  (rhetorical - no need to answer)

For everyone else:

Assuming a simple system (no relativistic effects) for a particular slice (or point) in time all forces on all bodies are calculated using UG, then using a=F/m the change in velocities of all objects are calculated from which their positions at the next time slice are all computed.  By definition of it being a single point in time, all calculations for each time slice are .. simultaneous.  There are no "gravitationally selective two body problems" or whatever the fuck that is supposed to mean.  The time is then incremented and the process is repeated.  Just a few simple Newtonian formulas are required - no differential equations and no analytic integrations to solve and no "cheats".  The whole process of the simulation is a piecewise numerical integration.

Where relativistic effects come into play, you need to use the appropriate corrections, but even without them you can model our solar system to arbitrary accuracy by making the time slices smaller.  Of course the perihelion of Mercury will be out by .0012 degrees after a decade of time slices, but everything else will be just fine.  If you want that 0.0012 degrees in Mercury's orbit corrected you'll have to account for the relativistic effects but other than that the simulation is done the same way..

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Flat Earth Investigations / Re: Theory that Black Holes are Land Mass
« on: July 30, 2022, 04:43:12 PM »
But many of these distances are measured without a good frame of reference. 
\\You must be talking about your Fake Earth.  On the Real Earth we use a system of latitudes and longitudes as a frame of reference.  It works wonderfully at allowing us to determine distances from one place to the next.  Maybe you should educate yourself on that before moving on to a world where nothing works.

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Technology & Information / Re: Steam Deck
« on: July 30, 2022, 02:33:59 AM »
Is there a substantial difference?  Aren't bot rewarding pastimes?

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Flat Earth Investigations / Re: Theory that Black Holes are Land Mass
« on: July 29, 2022, 04:07:29 PM »
And you will again -
Not on this subject.  Tom is content with his ignorance in this regard and I feel no compulsion to elevate him out of it.

He maintains this ignorance intentionally in order to support his Fake Earth nonsense.  How do you deal with someone that does that?  It's not possible.

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Flat Earth Investigations / Re: Theory that Black Holes are Land Mass
« on: July 29, 2022, 01:54:08 AM »
You begin by making a calculated guess based on a mathematical model, then compare that to experiment.  If the result of the experiment does not support your calculations, they get thrown out and you begin again.  That is how the process (simplified) of science works.  That process is not what I see here.  You might actually enjoy that video.

This disproves much of your astronomical theories. The physics of galaxies and the three body problem do not work -

https://wiki.tfes.org/Problems_of_the_Galaxies#Galactic_Epicycles

https://wiki.tfes.org/Three_Body_Problem
We've been through this before Tom.

The three (or more) body problem is one of finding an analytic solution to a system of differential equations.  It has nothing to do with the physics.  You have always been unable to differentiate between using numerical methods to find an analytic solution and running a numerical simulation.  Numerical simulations prove the physics and can be used to predict reality to arbitrary precision.

As I said we have been trough this before.   Others have had this dance with you too.  Your unwillingness to educate yourself leaves you ignorant, stupid and constantly getting this wrong.  I don't want or need to go here with you again.

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Flat Earth Investigations / Re: Theory that Black Holes are Land Mass
« on: July 27, 2022, 01:07:19 PM »
Assuming this is true, then our island dwarf galaxy Earth would look similar to other galaxies.
However, our local structure in the galaxy is nothing like a dwarf galaxy and the planets and sun do not orbit the earth.  We are actually near the margin of one of the spiral arms where the stars are much less densely populated.  Further, we are nothing like a black hole.  If you squeezed the earth down to a black hole it would be smaller than a golf ball.  Not much landmass there.  Then lets add the the gravity associated with a black hole would not permit anything like the kind of life we see about us.

I see no compelling reasons to draw the same conclusions as yourself.  What your proposing is a wild guess with nothing to substantiate it.  Not a scientific theory.

I'm not sure you watched that video I posted to another thread, but Feynman clearly delineated that science is a process.  You begin by making a calculated guess based on a mathematical model, then compare that to experiment.  If the result of the experiment does not support your calculations, they get thrown out and you begin again.  That is how the process (simplified) of science works.  That process is not what I see here.  You might actually enjoy that video.

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