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My last question just went to show that people like atheists who are people who just believe what they believe and calling it fictitious just goes to show that the dudes are just hoping God does not exist. That story did happen there are over 200 witness and non-believers who laughed at him when he explained what had happened.

Needless to say the fellows grades suddenly doubles from average to to scores of 90s yet before he was unable to pass or his highest was around 60%.

But that aside. The thing is that demons which resemble some of the dolls and characters in horror movies exist in a dimension that is superimposed on our dimension. What ever controls cells and your body though superimposed in your body is in another dimension interfaced into this one by a silver thread. Your physical head is connected to your soul head by a silver thread. People who do astral projection will testify to that and yet they practice yoga which most Christians do not.

The second dimension does not have time but your soul is in this dimension and your soul sees into this dimension and interacts with matter through the body and through the body interacts with the other through the soul. That is why you may wish to eat but you command your body.

Why are we unable to create living artificial cells? Its because the soul cannot enter this dimension there is a barrier. You cannot connect the material to the immaterial, humans have no way of doing this. That is the big barrier that you have to summount so we are able to create artificial cells but not artificial living cells from scratch because only code can connect the interface,

As for the dude who had the experience, his own mum thought he was nuts till the ugly blisters and the horrible fungal like infection left suddenly after the deliverance. She was not a believer but she affirmed indeed that the boy had those things even though the dad a doctor tried to trreat it he failed but soon after the incident he was healed. Now the healing is proof. All who said that its fictitious now I really know ye are false, you believe whatever lie you like God is real but ye are as fake as those photocopies of dollars

Luke, Yahoo! Answers 36 Comments [11/14/2012 4:10:54 AM]
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Since when does 60x2=90? After that, the rest was no longer worth reading. Go back to school for some remedial math, dumbass.

11/14/2012 4:59:01 AM


Many atheists are people who just couldn't make sense of religion any longer. I would like to believe that there is a heaven where we can meet our dearly departed. I do not hope that gods don't exist, I see no evidence for their existence.

You really, really need to take a course in grammar and spelling, Luke.

Do you have tangible evidence for this healing? Things like dated photographs, tissue samples of the infections, doctors' journals. 200 laypersons is hardly evidence? Btw, why were 200 people following this guy around day and night?

11/14/2012 5:09:46 AM


Unless I can tear a hole in the dimensional wall and end up in the world of Pokemon, I really don't care.

11/14/2012 5:10:31 AM


Wow, that is some word salat.

11/14/2012 5:12:14 AM


My brain was forced to shut down while I was reading this, so all I got out of it was that science and medicine fail because they're not using enough silver thread.

Is that what this person is saying? I really don't want to attempt to read that again. The damage may be irreversible.

11/14/2012 5:21:32 AM


Sometimes it's good to get away from the petty politico-religious bickering and just take in some good-old-fashioned high octane godcrazy.

11/14/2012 5:37:52 AM


"His own mum thought he was nuts..."

She wasn't wrong. You, too, are certifiably loony.

11/14/2012 5:42:25 AM


You...Your god healed your mom's fungal infection??


seriously WAT.

11/14/2012 6:00:06 AM

David B.

Could people have access to genuine personal experiences that might verify or support the existence of a supernatural entity, even God?


Is it possible to distinguish a genuine experience from a hallucinatory one or falsehood without reference to independent, external corroborating or contradictory evidence?


Does someone claiming to have had such an experience constitute evidence, or should any rational, sceptical audience for this person be convinced by his/her description of their experience?


11/14/2012 6:16:38 AM


what the shit is this

11/14/2012 6:41:39 AM

Mister Spak

"Why are we unable to create living artificial cells? "

[1902]Never mind that, why are we unable to make a flying machine? If man was meant to fly god would have given him wings[/1902]

11/14/2012 6:44:08 AM

who are these supposed witnesses, for one?

why did you not take a video of it and put it on youtube? that would be pretty compelling.

and what is this about silver thread? so bascially our bodies are just inert puppets to be manipulated? in your opinion? then explain why the nervous system works the way it does? why can we feel pain?

11/14/2012 7:31:22 AM

Doubting Thomas

OK now what the FUCK are you talking about? I suspect this is an instance of "if you can't blind them with brilliance, baffle them with bullshit."

11/14/2012 8:14:19 AM

Filin De Blanc

I don't know what you're talking about but I'm still confident you're wrong.

11/14/2012 8:18:54 AM


I don't say this often but: What the fuck did I just read?

11/14/2012 8:53:31 AM


Crack Cocaine kids, just say no.

11/14/2012 9:47:35 AM


what is this i don't even

11/14/2012 10:31:56 AM

Thinking Allowed

11/14/2012 12:14:19 PM


The only thing that kept me focused was the fact I can debunk his idea of "Living cells."

We have made living cells with functioning, breeding XNA markers.

Otherwise it was all pretty much wall bang worthy. So hard to follow what the hell he was saying.

11/14/2012 12:43:57 PM


Now the healing is proof.

No it's not. If everyone - or even a significant number of people - who prayed were healed and everyone who didn't suffered, now that would be proof. But it doesn't happen. I'm pretty certain that the majority of people who are told they have cancer pray. How many are cured by miracles?

And even if God does occasionally heal people, what good is it if He just picks a tiny handful of people at random for no discernible reason - out of millions of others in the same boat - to give this great gift to?

11/14/2012 1:13:17 PM



Not quite. Viruses have been synthesized de novo; bacterial cells have not. The closest equivalent is pulling the genome out of a bacterium and swapping in a new one.

But the quote is still total nonsense.

11/14/2012 1:18:14 PM


"The thing is that demons which resemble some of the dolls"

Shinku takes extreme umbrage at your remark, and is displeased with your bullshit ~dawa.

"exist in a dimension that is superimposed on our dimension"

There's a lot of "Rozen Maiden" fans out there, champing at the bit with any slight glimmer of hope; wishing for a third series. And whilst the 2-parter "Ouverture" delves into Suigintou's origin, and her friendship - then emnity - with Shinku, that wasn't enough to assuage their hunger. Don't make things any worse, Lukey-boy.


11/14/2012 1:20:27 PM


Sorry, could you say that again in something resembling language?

11/14/2012 3:02:01 PM

Old Viking

Yet another occasion when I'm compelled to ask, You woke me out of a sound nap to tell me this?

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