Quote# 2419

[Replying to 'we SEE gravity']no we don't. we see movements of stars. we assume gravity is causing it. why do you assume that?

xian, Internet Infidels 9 Comments [3/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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How is this twit still alive?

7/15/2006 11:17:29 AM


Who the hell denies gravity these days? Fucking moron.

3/22/2007 8:47:28 PM


Wow it's another Intelligent Falling proponent!

3/22/2007 8:50:33 PM

Quantum Mechanic

Fail 15th century physics much?

Walk off a tall building soon.

1/9/2012 11:32:50 PM


The influence of gravity is far more predictable and reliable than, say, the influence of prayer

1/10/2012 6:03:59 AM

sorry he is correct. We can see the effects of something we call gravity. The maths appears to explain the movements of planets, stars, galaxies but there is a very small chance that there are tiny hyperdrive motors inside them all.

The fall off a tall building is an excellent bet though.

1/11/2012 10:09:27 AM


@ #1365280

Hume's philosophy is not very useful; amusing but not especially useful.

Conviction to within a reasonable degree of error, now that is useful.

1/11/2012 3:24:50 PM


Before they understood the constants and math of gravitational bodies they knew of several planets behavior. In other words we saw gravity before we could draw conclusions from it.

It's really disappointing to know the planets are called such (wanderers) because they showed a different path then stars and star clusters, yet idiots today don't know this with this imformation readily available.

I guess we all knew the dim-bulbs would get on the interwebtv but we thought they'd get the search engines figured out.

1/11/2012 4:27:02 PM


When you can't provide any evidence for your claim or against your opponent's claim, just say they're "assuming". It works for creationists and it can work for you (If you want to be an imbecile)!

1/11/2012 4:44:31 PM

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