UnNews talk:Scientists baffled by missing energy source

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Global warming scientists cannot find it either. If it exists it would cause a greenhouse effect and warm up the Earth. Yet since clearly it does not exist, it must be human behavior heating up the Earth instead. If Al Gore says so, it must be true! :) --Lt. Sir Orion Blastar (talk) 15:23, 13 March 2007 (UTC)

Y'know, fundies really do say the darndest things. I only just found out that atheism is a muslim sect. --Sir Modusoperandi Boinc! 15:49, 13 March 2007 (UTC)
Al Gore is a fundie? I had no idea? I had him pegged as a secular humanist myself. I did not know that atheism is a muslim sect. I mean I knew about secular Islam like in Turkey, but trying to claim that atheism comes from a muslim sect is stretching things a bit too far. I always pictured the first atheists as those who refused to come out of their caves, because those who believed in religion had religion lead them out of the caves and painted those cave paintings of the first spell or prayer to some unknown god that would help them hunt deer or buffalo and it got them out of the caves and they discovered how to make tools like a spear and a knife and a hammer. The atheists were skeptical, but eventually left the caves, but refused to paint pictures to this unknown god, yet accepted the meat from theists who had an unknown god tell them to share it with the atheists. I based that on archaeological evidence of cave paintings and humanities studies. I had no idea that real evidence and proof can be proven false by some unscientific poll that says people have an opinion that atheism came from a muslim sect. I mean if you want to prove that 1 + 1 = 3, just survey enough people who happen to agree that it is true, and you can prove that new math exists as well. USA Today does that by surveying 2000 Iraqi citizens in war-torn regions of Iraq, and say that they represent 50 million Iraqis living in all parts of Iraq, and completely ignores that they didn't do a true random sample or get a big enough sample size to have a legit and nonbiased survey. Myself I think people are born agnostic, not sure if there is a god or not a god, but willing to listen to what their parents have to say. Then again most people think I am wrong on these issues even if I did research them quite a bit and found flaws and fallacies in the statements and reports of others. In fact, I'd say that most of the surveys, reports, studies, and findings in the world are bullshit and that even Uncyclopedia is more accurate in truth than Wikipedia will ever be. Yet I could be wrong. --Lt. Sir Orion Blastar (talk) 04:50, 22 March 2007 (UTC)
No, you're just a complete idiot or you're pretty good at faking it. Either way, you have way too much time on your hands and I'm not wasting mine falling for a troll. I suggest no one else does either. User:Alexjohnc3/sig 04:23, 28 March 2007 (UTC)
That's just the way he talks. Seriously. That's pretty terse for an Orion Blastar post. I remember back in '06 he had a post that went on for days...crashed the interweb it did. Sir Modusoperandi Boinc! 05:02, 28 March 2007 (UTC)
Liek Taiwan? User:Alexjohnc3/sig 01:53, 2 April 2007 (UTC)
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