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The Nehor

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  1. Not a chance that they had a vaccine or that they deliberately unleashed it on the world.
  2. Being too lazy to hold a grudge can be an advantage.
  3. This has been under consideration by Amazon and others for regular deliveries. It is a good reason to pilot (no pun intended) the concept and tying it to a specific delivery that is ideally contactless seems smart.
  4. I want to avoid bring politics in so I will just call him D Trump. No, that is much too obvious. We’ll call him Donald T. Except to continue the analogy the boy came and said he saw what he thought was a wolf and suggest we take anti-wolf precautions. Then the boy got the other boys to go with them and determined that while it was related to a wolf it was clearly a different species and so the anti-thing that is like a wolf preparations are fine tuned as more about the quasi-wolf are discovered. The advice to use masks came out before we were 100% certain they would help. That advice w
  5. If you hold the same standard with those who told us it would “go away” or was “under control” then this is a healthy stance. If we use it to treat everything as an “open question” in perpetuity because people’s hypotheses were wrong when we had little information then we are ignoring the facts that the increase in data is leading to better conclusions now. It is like insisting the boy who cried wolf cannot be trusted because the boy could not see the wolf that well when it was first reported and we later discovered it is, in fact, a man-eating tiger.
  6. Obesity being linked to a higher mortality rate has been known since April.
  7. Is the next thing going to be postpostmodernism?
  8. 1. Okay. 2. I find debate rarely enlightens. 3. Okay. 4. Already done. 5. I tend to pick hypotheses I don't like. There is probably something wrong with me. 6. Not really relevant to religious searching. 7. True. 8. While a nice rule of thumb it is not always right. I am not even sure it is usually write. Aristotelian physics is simpler than quantum physics and both would adequately explain the observable data in the ancient world but the simpler explanation was wrong. 9. Not really applicable outside hard sciences. That is one of the most punchable faces I have ever se
  9. At least we do not discriminate against the homeless: “The law, in its majestic equality, forbids rich and poor alike to sleep under bridges, to beg in the streets, and to steal their bread.” - Anatole France
  10. Strange times. I agree with you to an extent but to test the hypothesis you would have to get a grifter running for the other party to see how tied to their “ethics” they are. With movements like the Lincoln Project this is going to be a weird Autumn.
  11. The response will be tepid if anything is done at all.
  12. Somehow the UAE establishing diplomatic relations with Israel heralds the battle of Armageddon? Oh, I bet I know what it is. Is this the "pact with death and hell" that Israel is supposed to make? Kind of underwhelming for a pact.
  13. Oh course that will never happen and is quite silly. On an unrelated note are you aware of anyone looking for a secondhand handcart. In like new condition. Just been sitting in my garage. I recently found out I probably won't need it.
  14. “There are two equal and opposite errors into which our race can fall about the devils. One is to disbelieve in their existence. The other is to believe, and to feel an excessive and unhealthy interest in them.” -C.S. Lewis
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