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Re: What is the best fiction book you've ever read?

Post by capnnerefir » Wed Nov 05, 2008 7:29 pm

Don't they have Bill Nye in Israel? That could explain a lot...

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Re: What is the best fiction book you've ever read?

Post by Luna May » Wed Nov 05, 2008 11:05 pm

Who's Bill Nye?
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Re: What is the best fiction book you've ever read?

Post by capnnerefir » Thu Nov 06, 2008 9:20 am

Bill Nye the Science Guy!

That man taught me more than school did. He had a TV show where he'd teach kids about science. And it was awesome! He'd get to the bottom of the whole Global Warming mess.

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Re: What is the best fiction book you've ever read?

Post by Ellimist » Fri Nov 07, 2008 1:51 am

"An Inconvenient Truth" is being shown here in all schools. I does seem... real. :|
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Re: What is the best fiction book you've ever read?

Post by capnnerefir » Fri Nov 07, 2008 8:41 am

Hate to break it to you, Ellimist, but that movie is pure propaganda. Now, it may be loosely based on scientific truths, but it was really nothing more than a scare tactic for Al Gore and the Democrats to gain power in America.

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Re: What is the best fiction book you've ever read?

Post by mythic77 » Fri Nov 07, 2008 12:48 pm

Luna May wrote:Who's Bill Nye?
no Bill Nye.... how horrible...
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Re: What is the best fiction book you've ever read?

Post by Zophar » Fri Nov 07, 2008 10:58 pm

Now, Capn, lets be fair.

Inconvenient truth IS based on real facts, and it is the interpretation of both the producer and the viewer that leads to the belief in global warming. I don't think that the Dems made it just to gain power, because the Dem party is traditionally about change, therefore, they would like to change the practices of modern America. As to the actual problem of global warming...its hard to say, and if we are going to argue it, we should probably start another posting section, cause it could take a while. Especially with your Platonic style and Snoopy's sophistry.

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Re: What is the best fiction book you've ever read?

Post by Cyberhamon » Sat Nov 08, 2008 10:35 am

Zophar wrote:Now, Capn, lets be fair.

Inconvenient truth IS based on real facts, and it is the interpretation of both the producer and the viewer that leads to the belief in global warming. I don't think that the Dems made it just to gain power, because the Dem party is traditionally about change, therefore, they would like to change the practices of modern America. As to the actual problem of global warming...its hard to say, and if we are going to argue it, we should probably start another posting section, cause it could take a while. Especially with your Platonic style and Snoopy's sophistry.
There already is a Global Warming thread. Capn is just "too ska" to post there.

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Re: What is the best fiction book you've ever read?

Post by mythic77 » Sat Nov 08, 2008 9:44 pm

Cyberhamon wrote:
Zophar wrote:Now, Capn, lets be fair.

Inconvenient truth IS based on real facts, and it is the interpretation of both the producer and the viewer that leads to the belief in global warming. I don't think that the Dems made it just to gain power, because the Dem party is traditionally about change, therefore, they would like to change the practices of modern America. As to the actual problem of global warming...its hard to say, and if we are going to argue it, we should probably start another posting section, cause it could take a while. Especially with your Platonic style and Snoopy's sophistry.
There already is a Global Warming thread. Capn is just "too ska" to post there.

Besides, no matter what you think of AIT, it would still beat spending another second with the Bio teacher I had in 9th grade.
Don't even get me started on my bio teacher...
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Re: What is the best fiction book you've ever read?

Post by Cyberhamon » Thu Nov 20, 2008 8:03 am

mythic77 wrote:
Cyberhamon wrote:
Zophar wrote:Now, Capn, lets be fair.

Inconvenient truth IS based on real facts, and it is the interpretation of both the producer and the viewer that leads to the belief in global warming. I don't think that the Dems made it just to gain power, because the Dem party is traditionally about change, therefore, they would like to change the practices of modern America. As to the actual problem of global warming...its hard to say, and if we are going to argue it, we should probably start another posting section, cause it could take a while. Especially with your Platonic style and Snoopy's sophistry.
There already is a Global Warming thread. Capn is just "too ska" to post there.

Besides, no matter what you think of AIT, it would still beat spending another second with the Bio teacher I had in 9th grade.
Don't even get me started on my bio teacher...
He can't be any worse than my bio teacher was. And that's not opinion, that's pure fact.
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