When you drink vodka over ice, it can give you kidney failure.
When you drink rum over ice, it can give you liver failure.
When you drink whiskey over ice, it can give you heart problems.
When you drink gin over ice, it can give you brain problems.
When you drink absinthe over ice, it can give you brain failure.
Apparently, ice is really bad for you.
Warn all your friends.
by emrldphx 11 years ago
For those who are interested, I am putting together a primer on the difference between subjectivity and objectivity. Much of the disagreement in this forum is due to confusion between the two. We'll start with a comparison of the definition of the terms.SubjectivitySubjectivity is a personal...
by Andrew Petrou 7 years ago
Is the scienctific method infallible?Like many ancient religions modern scientists regard their methods to be infallible. Is this the right attitude?
by paarsurrey 11 years ago
Science of itself does not present claims and reasons on issues; others interpret it wrongly; it is a useful tool of the humanity ; and if interpreted correctly it is not in contradiction of the truthful religion.
by paarsurrey 6 years ago
As its name suggests it is useful in science only. It has not been designed for religion and or philosophy. Right? PleaseRegards
by Binoy 10 years ago
Isn't evolution just a theory that remains unproven?
by Joseph O Polanco 7 years ago
Scientifically speaking, how does one distinguish between moral and immoral behavior?For instance, using the scientific method, is it wrong for an atheist to rape a little girl to death?
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