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Heartbleed Bug Explained
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Heartbleed Bug Explained

Apr 21, 2014 News 4 comments

The article explains the concept behind the notorious OpenSSL bug dubbed Heartbleed.

Partial list of Transistion fossils
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Partial list of Transistion fossils

Apr 10, 2013 News 0 comments

Hello members of the Science group, Some people awhile back asked for a list of transistion fossils.

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Religion or Religious articles

Apr 10, 2013 Science! News 3 comments

Note to all members, any religious posts or News articles posted on this group will be deleted This s a science group, not a religious group. Thank you...

Is the Sun really so powerful?
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Is the Sun really so powerful?

Oct 7, 2012 Science! News 15 comments

I heard many times that in fact power output of the Sun is very low compared to it's size. But people usually consider Sun as something monstrous with...

Is Evolution Pseudoscience? Debunked
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Is Evolution Pseudoscience? Debunked

Aug 5, 2012 News 7 comments

Triangulum brought to my attention this amazing article which I had to reply to... Enjoy :)

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ElfFriend
ElfFriend Sep 1 2012, 3:16am says:

Guys I found the perfect response to Bill's video about evolution: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7xSi8g2ouCQ&feature=youtube_gdata_player please watch before complaining. I don't complain until I read/watch the stuff someone askes me to, and if I for whatever reason can't or don't want to then I keep quite. Also maybe one of you could upload it as a video, my iPhone doesn't let me upload things:(

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Sarge_Rho
Sarge_Rho Sep 1 2012, 2:13am replied:

I'm not a geologist, but what I do know is that a global flood would not allow for the stratified layers we see.

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ElfFriend
ElfFriend Sep 1 2012, 2:32am replied:

The geologist that eplains it in the video makes it rather clear how it would work.
Nevertheless I better post a link to that exact issue. Creation.com
Please if your interested watch the video, hopefully there will be one where a biologist talks about creation and how it would work. And should something like that happen, I'll post a link to it:)

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Sarge_Rho
Sarge_Rho Sep 1 2012, 6:16am replied:

Those are several layers of different age ;)

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ElfFriend
ElfFriend Sep 1 2012, 4:20pm replied:

and how can you know the date of rocks?

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Cervi_Messias
Cervi_Messias Sep 3 2012, 11:55pm replied:

you know if you go to wikipedia it would telll you how geologists date rocks,
or we could just continue this pointless dicussion till we all die of bordom or old age (whatever comes first).

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ElfFriend
ElfFriend Sep 4 2012, 2:18am replied:

Radiometric dating doesn't work. There are a bunch of articles about how it doesn't work. You could search Radiometric dating on creation.com they got good articles.

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Sarge_Rho
Sarge_Rho Sep 4 2012, 9:49am replied:

Radiometric dating works. There are many articles confirming this.

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Cervi_Messias
Cervi_Messias Sep 3 2012, 6:18pm replied:

christainity is a copy of Fredinity, Fred was first, how do we know?
Fred said so, and Fred loves us and wouldnt lie.

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Cervi_Messias
Cervi_Messias Sep 3 2012, 6:16pm replied:

ur just a spoil sport triangulm, sure i will debate u on Fred

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