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That's because science is fundamentally agnostic - because it is based on evidence, and evidence sometimes changes. A scientist is open to the possibility that he might be wrong, even if the proba...

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Water expands when it gets warmer no matter what banks think or do.

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Airline seats get smaller as people get bigger. The world's gone mad!

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Imagine if that hit SpaceX's BFR on its first mission to Mars. That would be really bad luck.

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Ah, those text analysis jibes - that's because you brag your academic credentials - and not just to me either. I think it perfectly reasonable to point out when your text analysis is lacking. Afte...

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My god, you are muddled. I gave you stats. LINK Since you can't be bothered to read it, I'll pick out the relevant bit: "The National Church Shooting Database recorded a total of...

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When will we get electric tanks? Surely it's better to kill with an environmentally-friendly killing machine.

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How is expanding a topic so that it is more meaningful, become whataboutery, M&B or point scoring? Motte & Baiiey is a strategy (yes, I did have to look it up). Maybe that's how you and Th...

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Finding stats was more difficult than I anticipated. There are plenty of lists of attacks, but they mostly lack detail. And to be honest, I can't be bothered to trawl through each attack looking f...

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You're doing it again! You broke 2 cardinal rules of text analysis.
1. Don't miss bits out on purpose when they don't fit what you want - I said "... and nothing else is known, ...

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Islamist attacks on churches: LINK Hindu attacks on Christians: LINK Mosque attacks in US in 2017: LINK There's plenty more. It wasn't so easy to find atheist attacks on churches. There was...

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You didn't answer my question. Do you agree or not?

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I expanded my point, but if you want to stick solely to church attacks, let me rephrase: Do you agree that there are more attacks in churches in the name of religion than there are attacks in churches...

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Do you agree that there are more attacks in the name of religion than there are in the name of atheism? If you do, then I rest my case.
If you don't agree, but you still want to be right - g...

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You are jumping to conclusions far too early. But let's assume DPK did choose a church because he specifically wanted to rid the planet of religious people. An attack like this by an atheist is st...

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If you hear of a shooting in a church and know nothing else, statistically it is more likely that a religious nut inspired by religion is the perpetrator than an atheist nut inspired by atheism. DPK w...

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That's a very low bar.

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At least you can come back from Antarctica, unlike Mars.

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Unlikely. Angry atheists are not known for shooting up churches. That’s the preserve of angry religious folk.

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Where do the cameras go? And when Hyperloop goes underground, do you just see blurred rock?

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