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Posted at 13:50 on October 1st, 2005 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Posted by Johann67 at 16:50 on September, 22nd 2005:

check this, then:

http://www.rael.org


Remember when they cloned that baby?
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Posted at 08:50 on September 22nd, 2005 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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check this, then:

http://www.rael.org

Edited by Johann67 at 16:50 on September, 22nd 2005
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Posted at 08:22 on September 22nd, 2005 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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That test is filled with, at least to me, silly answers, like:

Many physicists believe that complexity can emerge naturally in the real world under the right conditions (such as the presence of energy flow). Many biologists believe the same is true of biological complexity, through a non-random process of natural selection. What do you think about biological complexity?
- Evolves predictably according to the plan of intelligent beings (aliens).
Posted at 08:11 on September 22nd, 2005 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Well, whatEVER do you mean? :P
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Posted at 12:48 on September 20th, 2005 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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You've got to admit most of them are quite predictable... :bemused:
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Posted at 12:39 on September 20th, 2005 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Posted by Mr Creosote at 21:50 on September, 19th 2005:

Why didn't they just ask 'do you believe in a higher entity controlling the universe'?


That's your criticism of every online test that's posted here. :P

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Posted at 10:12 on September 20th, 2005 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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10 for science, 8 for humanity.

Got to admit, though, this was a pretty silly litle test.
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Posted at 08:25 on September 20th, 2005 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Your rating on science vs. non-science: 7
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Your position on the worldview spectrum: (9,7)
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Posted at 13:52 on September 19th, 2005 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Would have been shorter, wouldn't it :P
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Posted at 13:50 on September 19th, 2005 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Why didn't they just ask 'do you believe in a higher entity controlling the universe'?
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Posted at 13:34 on September 19th, 2005 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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http://www.commongood.org/worldview_quiz.htm

I ended up one dot beneath Carl Sagan.

Your rating on science vs. non-science: 9
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Edited by Johann67 at 21:47 on September, 19th 2005
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