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STOP REVIVING THIS THREAD SCORPION1M!

This doesn’t need a revival…

 
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Originally posted by blakzer:

STOP REVIVING THIS THREAD SCORPION1M!

This doesn’t need a revival…

so how care’s it’s just a game

1. what is a pentathlon
2. name 3 places in England (uk)
3. do ghost exsist

 
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1.) Have my suspicions, but I`m not risking my security

2.) Don`t know

3.) Nobody has ever procured incontrovertible or even substantiated `proof` for the existence of ghosts. The scientific paradigm of inquiry is built on the assumption of materialistic providence – that is, everything which exists in the world can be studied by empirical analysis. However, the scientific method doesn`t preclude the existence of ghosts (has no evidence for verification nor falsification). We cannot simply deny their existence by logical deduction and dismiss the whole concept as a misinterpretation of inconclusive judgement, but I am convinced, through philosophical ruling, that they do not exist as portrayed by common stereotypes. Ghosts, from a materialistic perspective, may or may not exist. we do not know, but we are all entitled to our personal beliefs.

On the other hand, on the appendment of metaphysical proof, ghosts can only be ascribed to reality as being existant in a very limited sense of the term, under which duress the criteria for general qualification prevent acceptance of propositional associations

Questions : refer to above post; 1 and 2

 
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Originally posted by simeng:


3.) Nobody has ever procured incontrovertible or even substantiated `proof` for the existence of ghosts. The scientific paradigm of inquiry is built on the assumption of materialistic providence – that is, everything which exists in the world can be studied by empirical analysis. However, the scientific method doesn`t preclude the existence of ghosts (has no evidence for verification nor falsification). We cannot simply deny their existence by logical deduction and dismiss the whole concept as a misinterpretation of inconclusive judgement, but I am convinced, through philosophical ruling, that they do not exist as portrayed by common stereotypes. Ghosts, from a materialistic perspective, may or may not exist. we do not know, but we are all entitled to our personal beliefs.

On the other hand, on the appendment of metaphysical proof, ghosts can only be ascribed to reality as being existant in a very limited sense of the term, under which duress the criteria for general qualification prevent acceptance of propositional associations

Questions : refer to above post; 1 and 2

is correct keep guessing and asking questions

 
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I didn’t answer the first 2, so I simply modeled my template by substituting the unknowns with the unfulfilled questions. However, analyzing the dicta of conduct and following the examples set out by my predecessors, I will adhere to tradition in issuing…

1.) What are the limits to thought?

2.) What is a synonym to synonym?

3.) What is love? Bonus cookie for special reference*

*Hint: it’s a song!

 
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Originally posted by simeng:


3.) What is love? Bonus cookie for special reference*

*Hint: it’s a song!

it’s a song

 
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3.) What is love? Bonus cookie for special reference*

Stevie Wonder and Helen Keller playing tennis.

 
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Originally posted by scorpion1m:


question 3. who lives at 29 acacia road

question 2. what year did this song come out http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=arUqoKjU3D4&feature=related
1. where dose padington bear live
4. what was the name of the volcano in island that erupted in 2008
5. what year did tony Blair step down for gorden brown

 
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Originally posted by scorpion1m:
Originally posted by simeng:


3.) What is love? Bonus cookie for special reference*

*Hint: it’s a song!

it’s a song

Not specific enough

Originally posted by MaistlinRajere:

3.) What is love? Bonus cookie for special reference*

Stevie Wonder and Helen Keller playing tennis.

Nice – I didn’t think of that. Bonus point for out-of-the-box creativity

 
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1.) What are the limits to thought?

The limits needed to answer this question.

2.) What is a synonym to synonym?

A synonym.

3.) What is love?

Something we can’t touch.

 
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Originally posted by Jaskaran2000:

1.) What are the limits to thought?

The limits needed to answer this question.

Correct. Although I had been expecting something more….

2.) What is a synonym to synonym?

A synonym.

Answer: “a synonym” as extracted from the original inquiry. Sure – point for creativity (to a certain extent…)

 
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1) What is your grandfather’s grandmother’s father’s sister’s grandmother’s son’s uncle’s grandmother’s name?

2) Does your mom know you’re gay?

3) Pinocchio says, “This sentence is a lie.” Is this sentence true or false?

 
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Here’s an impossible question for you:

Question X) What happens when an irresistible force hits an immovable object?

All your points are belong to me.

 
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What happens when an irresistible force hits an immovable object?

Majick.

 
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Originally posted by Jaskaran2000:

What happens when an irresistible force hits an immovable object?

Majick.

No.

+10pts

110pts

 
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Originally posted by Jaskaran2000:

1) What is your grandfather’s grandmother’s father’s sister’s grandmother’s son’s uncle’s grandmother’s name?

2) Does your mom know you’re gay?

3) Pinocchio says, “This sentence is a lie.” Is this sentence true or false?

1. Elizabeth

2. No, because I’m not

3. Both. It’s a paradox.

 
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Originally posted by RandomTurtle:

Here’s an impossible question for you:

Question X) What happens when an irresistible force hits an immovable object?

All your points are belong to me.

Nothing. Such an occasion is impossible. Neither entity exists.

 
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Originally posted by RandomTurtle:

Here’s an impossible question for you:

Question X) What happens when an irresistible force hits an immovable object?

All your points are belong to me.

Assuming the irresistible force is a force of infinite Newtons and the immovable object has an infinite mass, nothing should happen because infinite Newtons won’t move an object with infinite mass, since the two infinities nullify each other.

 
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Originally posted by thijs956:
Originally posted by RandomTurtle:

Here’s an impossible question for you:

Question X) What happens when an irresistible force hits an immovable object?

All your points are belong to me.

Assuming the irresistible force is a force of infinite Newtons and the immovable object has an infinite mass, nothing should happen because infinite Newtons won’t move an object with infinite mass, since the two infinities nullify each other.

It is impossible for something to have infinite mass.

 
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Originally posted by RandomTurtle:

Here’s an impossible question for you:

Question X) What happens when an irresistible force hits an immovable object?

All your points are belong to me.

There’s always something on the internet to tell you, and here is cereal guy and his father telling you what happens.

 
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Originally posted by MaistlinRajere:
Originally posted by thijs956:
Originally posted by RandomTurtle:

Here’s an impossible question for you:

Question X) What happens when an irresistible force hits an immovable object?

All your points are belong to me.

Assuming the irresistible force is a force of infinite Newtons and the immovable object has an infinite mass, nothing should happen because infinite Newtons won’t move an object with infinite mass, since the two infinities nullify each other.

It is impossible for something to have infinite mass.

Black hole is sad; Mother Universe is dissapoint

Anything with infinite force is necessarily infinite in mass and vice versa

Collision of black holes results in a mega-black-hole

To infinity and beyond!

The two forces wouldn’t nullify one another; they would conglomerate

Disclaimer: hypothetical situation (and didn’t sleep at all, so braindead)

 
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Originally posted by thijs956:
Originally posted by Jaskaran2000:

1) What is your grandfather’s grandmother’s father’s sister’s grandmother’s son’s uncle’s grandmother’s name?

2) Does your mom know you’re gay?

3) Pinocchio says, “This sentence is a lie.” Is this sentence true or false?

1. my nephew
2.i’m not but if i was she probably would know
3. depends on witch Pinocchio film as there are hundreds

 
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i have brought this back from the dead
1. but why
2. how
3. does any one care anymore

 
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1. because it is awesome
2. by posting on it
3. I care so yes
Q:
1. how much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
2. what is the story of Pistachio?
3. is Dumbldore’s beard eggshell or white?

 
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Originally posted by efar:

1. because it is awesome
2. by posting on it
3. I care so yes
Q:
1. how much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
2. what is the story of Pistachio?
3. is Dumbldore’s beard eggshell or white?

1. 13
2. son of pinochle
3. white