May 182014
 

Question by gibbonedward: What is the evidence that Jesus Christ before teaching the Jews had studied scriptures in ancient India?

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Answer by Michael
Absolutely None!!!! What scriptures would a devout Jew find in India

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Apr 082014
 

Question by Sirius: Did The Ancients Know About Flight Before Modern Man?
The mahabarata tells of prehistoric vehicles that fly and show as radiant as the sun these vehicles were called Vimanas by the ancient Hindus. These beings that would step out would look just like a Hindu as if the Creator of all things sends you a angel of your bloodline.

The sumerian story of Gilgamesh points out that he meet Noah of the Hebrews but calls him Utpishtim, Gilgamesh the giant also goes to a place that he can seen shine as bright as the sun which I assume to be Atlantis or a place where these gods where dwelling. During his journey with Enkidu threw the water he tells of Flying fiery Chariots that pass over his head oppisite of the direction he is going. Toward babylon where Noah/Utpishtim came from.

Enkidu is taking to Nibiru (another planet) by gods who were from the place Gilgamesh sees showing brightly as the sun, which I assume to be Atlantis , in the tallons of a Eagle Enkidu was taken up, The reason I know he was in outer space because he gives details as what the earth looked like way above the firaments. He says the earth looked like a mill path and the water as a water troph. He goes on and says it also looked as a Jiggsaw puzzle, modern day astronauts of Nasa say the same exact thing.

Native American and Mayans among many other indian tribes tell of beings that rode in the sky in star ships and dwelled on a planet among the star constellation of the pleiades. Kukukalcan and Quetzocoalt were said to be bearded men of light skin similar to the tone of a indian mayan.

Enoch of the Cushites have tales of him being brought among the constellation Orion (heaven) by gods who rode in creatures that showed as light and smoked as a furnace, the same thing happend to Elijah of the Shemite/Hebrews 200 years later. The thing is that these gods where said to look as men with dazzling appereal on. They called these men mighty men of Yahweh, these men were said to be as a black man.

The egyptians along the Nile have tales of Mighty highly advanced beings that flew in the heavens in fiery boats. They called these beings Zep Tepi.

Long runway like markings runs for 1000 of miles in the deserts of Peru, they date back 2,000 years ago when the ancient nascans dwelled thier. Legends say that gods came down who was similar to the nascans with extraterrestrials and landed and used these fields to ride and practice thier flight in there ships.

The stonehenge has always been a mystery I beleive the european giants built it to make contact with angelic alien men who rode in spaceships and looked like them.

So do you beleive the ancients knew about flight before mordern man?

Ecclesiastes 1:11

The Old Testament says nothing is new

9 The thing that hath been, it is that which shall be; and that which is done is that which shall be done: and there is no new thing under the sun.

10 Is there any thing whereof it may be said, See, this is new? it hath been already of old time, which was before us.

11 There is no remembrance of former things; neither shall there be any remembrance of things that are to come with those that shall come after.

Sirius

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Answer by markar
Hello,,only after looking back over their shoulder did anyone discover the future.

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Dec 252013
 

Question by spookyooky: I want to get a head start in 11th grade by taking Applied Physics before Physics in 12th grade?
By removing Forensic Science and replacing it with Applied physics then I would be able to get a head start in learning Physics before everyone in 11th grade. Because Physics is SUPER hard to learn in 12th grade and by taking applied Physics you can learn the basics.

Then in 12th grade I will take Physics and it would be a little bit easier to learn.

Is this a good idea and will college shine upon this?

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Answer by sea_jade7
It should’nt be a problem, I know a lot of kids that do that here in AUS but it may not be exactly the same where you are. Just ask.

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Dec 172013
 

Question by JD: What did Steve Jobs see just before he died?
In the eulogy she delivered at his funeral service, Steve Jobs’ sister said that her brother’s last words on his deathbed were, “Oh Wow. Oh Wow. Oh Wow.” What did he see? Whether christian, atheist, or mystic, all opinions and insights are welcome.

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Answer by scooterpoop supreme contributor
Medical equipment.

He was trying to envision iPhone aps for medical uses.

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Sep 192013
 

Question by spookyooky: I want to get a head start in 11th grade by taking Applied Physics before Physics in 12th grade?
By removing Forensic Science and replacing it with Applied physics then I would be able to get a head start in learning Physics before everyone in 11th grade. Because Physics is SUPER hard to learn in 12th grade and by taking applied Physics you can learn the basics.

Then in 12th grade I will take Physics and it would be a little bit easier to learn.

Is this a good idea and will college shine upon this?

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Answer by o_O
It depends based on your preference. If you want to have a foundation and know the basics of physics for next year, then you can do that. Some colleges, especially very selective ones, want students to take a rigorous schedule and take as many hard (honors/AP) courses as possible. If you want to go into a selective college, you shouldn’t take Applied Physics, but a different level. If your school has an Honors or AP Physics course, then take that. But, if you feel the need to prepare yourself a year before, then do that. I hope this helps.

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Jun 092013
 

Question by Anna: I am taking neuroscience this semester and I failed my midterm exam because I crammed the night before.?
I am so embarrassed. I am really interested in doing research in neuroscience. I’ll try to get an A on the final. Would my professor allow me to volunteer in his lab if I get a low grade in the course? I’m scared to talk to him about it.

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Answer by RoaringMice
Try to create a relationship with this professor, so he knows who you are beyond this exam grade. So for example, after you get this exam back, go to his office hours and review it with him, and tell him how embarassed you are about how you did. Then every three weeks or so, go to his office hours again and ask him a question related to one of his lectures, or to one of the chapters.

You’ve learned something about study skills from all this, so fix the issue for your final exam, ace it, and then go talk to him about volunteering in his lab. By then, he’ll know you, he’ll know you’re a concientious student, and that this mid-term was an anomaly.

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Feb 092013
 

Question by 中華一番!: How was Japanese language written before the invention of Kana?
Was it written in all Kanji? If so, can Japanese today write still write like that?
“can Japanese today write still write like that?”
*can Japanese still write like that today?

Typo.

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Answer by Jishow
It was all kanji.
Officially, Japan adopted kanji when Buddhism came to Japan, and kanji became Japanese official writing.
However, they didn’t use kanji like Chinese. As you know, not a few present Chinese words were imported from Japan during Japan’s occupation, and were grammatically different from Chinese words. The way to use Kanji in ancient Japan was much different. To be honest, it is more difficult than Chinese grammar for me. So, only scholars can understand it.

However, there is another fact in Japan. Do you know there were some styles of Jindai-moji (神代文字)? They were found from ancient shinto shrines and ancient clan’s private/secret records. They seem to have been not official letters but spiritual/magical ones. And, hieroglyph, which was similar to rune, were found from much older archaeological sites.

Chinese ancient record tells Japan didn’t have writings before kanji. But, they seem to have used secret characters for religious service before kanji.
However, Korean/pro-Korean scholars told Japan fabricated this fact because Abiru-moji (the oldest writing was in 538 A.D.), which was one type of the Jindai-moji, was quite similar to Hangul. This is one of the mysteries of Japanese history.

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Nov 142012
 

Question by : Why did God decide to send us Jesus before the time of technology and video recorders?
If there’s really a God, he should’ve known we’d grow to become so advanced…so why didn’t he wait until we could have documented proof that this all happened? Or have Jesus invite the first ever camcorder, a DVD made over 2,000 years ago…so we’d have proof.

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Answer by That One Guy
People 2000 years from now won’t have DVD players more’n likely and would ask the same question.

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Nov 092012
 

Question by Anna: I am taking neuroscience this semester and I failed my midterm exam because I crammed the night before.?
I’m so embarrassed. I am really interested in doing research in neuroscience. Would my professor allow me to volunteer in his lab if I’ll get a low grade in the course? I’m scared to talk to him about it.

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Answer by RWPossum
What occurs to me is what improvements are needed so that this won’t happen again. Do you mean that you were slacking off until the night before? If you do, I hope that from now on you’ll study at a steady pace throughout the semester, which is the way to learn. I’ve spent a lot of time researching study skills, and I might be able to give you some useful advice.

Sometimes, slacking off is a sign of depression. You can take a screening test like the CES-D online for free. You might want to talk with a counselor.

The courses that are all memory are the easiest ones. The most powerful memory tool is the flashcard. It doesn’t make you spend too much time on things you already know. Also, it makes little time periods like doing the laundry and waiting for the bus useful instead of wasted. The basic drill is to review the cards again and again, then test-and-sort. While you test yourself, sort the cards into a “right” stack and a “wrong” stack. Keep working on the wrong stack until you get all of them right. When you’re done, you should be able to go through the entire set of 100 or so cards and get each one of them right. If there is a lot of memory needed for a course, take all your lecture and reading notes and make them into a composite outline, then turn the outline into a set of flash cards, That way, whenever you see a test question, your mind will go instantly through your memory of the outline like when you’re searching with Google.

You can read about study skills in your library and on the internet. I would look for books by college instructors, especially in Education and Psychology, like The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Study Skills. On the net, see which topics come up again and again.

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Jul 242012
 

Question by carl04_89: What do you get if you divide Science by God (READ BEFORE POSTING!)?
DON’T POST UNTIL YOU’VE READ THE QUESTION IN ITS ENTIRETY! This is a real question, if you want to have an Atheist vs Christian war go somewhere else.

From your most objective point of view, which one of the five opinions do you agree with the most and please explain why? DON’T GO BY THE TITLE ALONE! Actually read what they each have to say.
(Yes I realize that opinions are neither true nor false)

“In an effort to seek the answers to the “meaning of physics”, I spoke to five leading scientists.

1. THE ATHEIST

Nobel-prize winning physicist Steven Weinberg is well-known as an atheist. For him, physics reflects the “chilling impersonality” of the universe.

He would be thinking here of, say, the vast tracts of empty space, billions of light years across, that mock human meaning.

He says: “The more the universe seems comprehensible, the more it seems pointless.”

So for Weinberg, the notion that there might be an overlap between science and spirituality is entirely mistaken.

2. THE SCEPTIC

The Astronomer Royal and President of the Royal Society, Martin Rees, shows a distinct reserve when speculating about what physics might mean, whether that be pointlessness or meaningfulness.

He has “no strong opinions” on the interpretation of quantum theory: only time will tell whether the theory becomes better understood.

“The implications of cosmology for these realms of thought may be profound, but diffidence prevents me from venturing into them,” he has written.

In short, it is good to be humble in the face of the mysteries that physics throws up.

3. THE PLATONIST

Oxford physicist Roger Penrose differs again. He believes that mathematics suggests there is a world beyond the immediate, material one.

Ask yourself this question: would one plus one equal two even if I didn’t think it? The answer is yes.

Would it equal two even if no-one thought it? Again, presumably, yes.

Would it equal two even if the universe didn’t exist? That is more tricky to contemplate, but again, there are good grounds for a positive response.

Penrose, therefore, argues that there is what can be called a Platonic world beyond the material world that “contains” mathematics and other abstractions.

4. THE BELIEVER

John Polkinghorne worked on quantum physics in the first part of his career, but then took up a different line of work: he was ordained an Anglican priest. For him, science and religion are entirely compatible.

The ordered universe science reveals is only what you’d expect if it was made by an orderly God. However, the two disciplines are different. He calls them “intellectual cousins”.

“Physics is showing the world to be both more supple and subtle, but you need to be careful,” he says.

If you want to understand the meaning of things you have to go beyond science, and the religious direction is, he argues, the best.

5. THE PANTHEIST

Brian Swimme is a cosmologist, and with the theologian Thomas Berry, wrote a book called The Universe Story: From the Primordial Flaring Forth to the Ecozoic Era.

It is avidly read by individuals in New Age and ecological circles, and tells the scientific story of the universe, from the Big Bang to the emergence of human consciousness, but does so as a new sacred myth.

Swimme believes that “the universe is attempting to be felt”, which makes him a pantheist, someone who believes the cosmos in its entirety can be called God.”

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/magazine/7955846.stm

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IF YOU DONT WANT TO READ DONT POST!

damn there’s a lot of stupid illiterate people on here.
And the purpose of this question is not to settle anything. Its sole purpose is to promote healthy discussion.

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Answer by Christian101
I’m not reading all that

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