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Discussion in 'Politics and Debate' started by imakehersay, Nov 25, 2017.

  1. tool

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    Why am I not surprised?
     
  2. mcpon14

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    Some say that Aristotle is partly to blame, too. :)
     
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    @Sachiel

    Nice trolling but I don't believe you're even a Christian, you're just too incoherent. If you do, what is your denomination? Evangelical? Charismatic?
     
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  4. MarkFL

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    Why would that surprise you? Users that come to a site for the sole purpose of preaching are not what I consider to be contributing members of the site.
     
  5. sharkbait.

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    wtf mcpon what did aristotle ever do to you
     
  6. MarkFL

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    I think he said objects fall at a constant rate, and that the speed at which they fall depends on their weight...wrong and wrong. :)
     
  7. sharkbait.

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    Ahhh gotcha maybe I'm confusing him with Plato and Socrates, who are in fact cool.

    Did Pythagoras do anything wrong or was he cool too
     
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  8. MarkFL

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    Pythagoras had some weird cult thing going on, and I think he refused to believe that some numbers are irrational. :D
     
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    Haha so much for Pythagorean Theorem then, LIKE I EVER EVEN USE IT lmao
     
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    It is because the Church took his theories as end-of-discussion authoritative, which stifled a lot of scientific research. :) The Galileo episode being the most famous example. :)
     
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    A fringe theory has it that Pythagoras, who coined philosophy, got the idea from Zoroastrianism. :)
     
  12. MarkFL

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    The Pythagorean theorem is good, but it was known for centuries before his birth. :)
     
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    Fuck, Galileo sure got the short end of the stick didn't he. And fuck Pythagoras then, that fuckity fucker...
     
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    Nah, look where we are at with science. He might have had something to do with that. :)
     
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    Yeaaaaaaaaa no I know I meant while he was alive, didn't they burn him at the stake or something?
     
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    He got house arrest which isn't bad. :)
     
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    For 30 years, I think. But payback is hell...no one remembers the name of the idiot who condemned him, but everyone will remember the name Galileo for as long as there are people. :gjob:
     
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    Stephen Hawkings called him the foremost responsible for the rise of modern science. :)
     
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    His are one of the shoulders Newton referred to when he said, "If I appear to see farther than others, it is because I stand on the shoulders of giants." :) I believe Descartes was the other shoulders, as he was the father of analytic (coordinate) geometry.
     
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    And many of them stood on the shoulders of Euclid, etc., directly or indirectly. :)
     
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