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Enoch_Mosley 10 points ago +10 / -0

Thermodynamics says matter can't be created in a closed system (i.e., the universe). The laws of physics don't apply outside the universe itself. Or maybe they do; we have no way of knowing.

Instead it's things like a cyclical universe that eventually retracts and "bangs" again

Which is a massive cope. Even a cyclical universe has to start somewhere. Of course, atheists attempt to sidestep this by arguing that "time" itself is a feature of the universe, so attempting to describe anything that happened before the Big Bang is an impossibility by definition.

It's just mathematical nonsense. Like how string theory posits the universe consists of 11 spacial dimensions. Or how cosmologists insist most of the universe is made of dark matter that we can't measure or interact with in any way.

If your model of the universe hinges on fanciful "scientific" constructs that can't be measured but must be taken on faith, that's functionally the same thing as religion. Only it's religion separated from God, with man at the center.

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Enoch_Mosley 9 points ago +9 / -0

We know it's you, u/sn33d. You don't need to use an alt.

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Enoch_Mosley 54 points ago +54 / -0

Taking a step back, it is fascinating that the pendulum in Germany swings so violently between cultural extremes. I guess that's to be expected as it's ground zero for the eternal war between Aryan and jew.

Also the fat soyfag doing yoga upper-left.

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Enoch_Mosley 3 points ago +3 / -0

Positive charge doesn't require splitting atoms. It happens naturally when electrically neutral materials donate electrons in chemical reactions. The hydrogen ion (H+), for example, is very common in nature. I know literally nothing about cloud chemistry, but net positive charge buildup via accumulation of positive ions is certainly possible.

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Enoch_Mosley 1 point ago +1 / -0

They are reliable cars with one very significant fault, namely they are prone to head gasket failure. This problem was fixed in models after 2009.

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Enoch_Mosley 9 points ago +9 / -0

No, not at all. I buy steaks every week from the grocery store and they are delicious.

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Enoch_Mosley 21 points ago +21 / -0

It's just the aesthetic. Same as how retards in America wear t-shirts with Che Guevera's face, or how Westerners buy shit with random Chinese characters written all over.

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Enoch_Mosley 2 points ago +2 / -0

His remark echo those made by Marine Corps Commandant Gen. David Berger

(((David Berger)))

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Enoch_Mosley 8 points ago +8 / -0

Like most things in life, it's useful look to European history as a guide. What we now call "bitterness" used to be called honor. The things that make men bitter are almost always slights that cause us to lose face, or to forgo opportunities unjustly. We feel these things as insults to our personal honor. Wishing to restore honor is a powerful motivator.

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Enoch_Mosley 1 point ago +1 / -0

outdoorsy andy

is that supposed to mean something?

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Enoch_Mosley 2 points ago +2 / -0

Pick a trade you think you might like and look for a job. Talk to the tradesmen in your area, and ask them to hire you as an apprentice. Keep asking until someone says yes.

In the US the trades are saturated with hispanics. They are hard workers, but they can be dumb as shit, and you always have to keep an eye on them.

Most independent (non-union) tradesmen will bend over backwards to hire a bright, disciplined White man with aptitude.

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Enoch_Mosley 12 points ago +12 / -0

Pretty sure this was in South Africa. Also the fact that he immediately turned off the interior lights so potential assailants outside couldn't track his movements. This guy was prepped.

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Enoch_Mosley 1 point ago +1 / -0

Some say he lived halfway down fag street, but that's probably just jewish slander

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Enoch_Mosley 21 points ago +21 / -0

Until about the 1930s, it was assumed that actors engaged in prostitution. Society reviled them. They are literally professional liars.

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Enoch_Mosley 6 points ago +6 / -0

Did I say they didn't? Josephus notes the Pharisees were already causing problems in the early days of the Hasmonean dynasty, which is about 100 years before the time of Christ. The Talmud derives from this Pharisaic tradition that Christ specifically warned people against. In the early Middle Ages, the jews began adding onto and codifying established Pharisaic practices, re-contextualizing them for warfare against their Christian enemies.

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Enoch_Mosley 9 points ago +9 / -0

that has shaped Jewish culture, law and belief for over 3,000 years

Don't fall for jewish lies. The Talmud was started around 350 AD, but wasn't finished until 700 AD. The "ancient customs" of the jews were sneakily crafted in reaction to the growing might and righteousness of Christianity, a secret the jews desperately want to keep hidden.

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Enoch_Mosley 5 points ago +5 / -0

Dios mio, la creatura cara globula

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Enoch_Mosley 2 points ago +2 / -0

I assume the little White girl holding her hand is her daughter

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