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Katos en hokannutkaan että täällä joku suomalainen häärii. Et vissiin Xboxilla pelaile kuitenkaan?
Well, what can I say? My experiment failed :P
Ordered from the states fine and all, but the place decided to route it through Belgium (thanks, video games plus), so we will never really know if that would get caught by customs.
Funny how the last wall post is from me as well...
Maybe you can help me out, as my level (or Google translate's) level of Finnish knowledge certainly can't, for now.
Did you ever get to order games from outside the EU, say, the US or Canada? I am aware that Tulli would love to tax the shit out of me if my purchase goes over 45 euros, but it's not like these are items I can get in Finland, say, old Saturn games. If you did, did you have all that customs clearing happiness and so forth?
So, you need to crate a VR app as part of a certain course of yours? Where do you study?
"Ahem. There's no comprehensive explanation for the existence of the universe. Only religion claims to explain it. It's no evidence but it definitely explain a lot about why people tend to be religious: it's the only explanation we have so far. I'm not saying it's the correct explanation, but you don't really have to look very far to see why people are inclined to be religious. If you think about what we know, first everything was condensed into a very tiny point, and suddenly there was a humongous universe. For all we know, everything was just waiting there forever waiting to explode into a huge universe spontaneously.
And yes, I believe that's the most plausible theory there is right now. I don't think it's a good one, but until there's a better one, this will have to do. But it sounds insane and leaves an interesting question open: where did the original point of matter come from? Don't be so surprised people have a hard time thinking religiously. There's probably other reasons as well for faith, but I think this is the one that's related to reason the most."
Absence of a sufficient explanation of something does not mean "GOD DID IT" that's an argumentum ad ignorantiam fallacy.
Your reasoning is as follows:
1) Assume invisible sock stealing leprechauns exist.
2) Socks go missing.
3) PROOF - invisible sock stealing leprechauns did it!
1) Assume some metaphysical agent exists called god who can create Universes.
2) A Universe exists.
3) PROOF - God did it!
Problem is that this isn't even a valid argument, let alone a sound one. The structure is completely wrong.
The fundamental issue is the presupposition you've made that invisible sock stealing leprechauns exist (or god in your analogy). If I presuppose that such creatures exist, I can logically posit them as a POTENTIAL solution to missing socks, but it doesn't necessitate that they are responsible even if they did exist.
You would do well to enroll in a formal logic course to improve your reasoning skills and avoid logical pitfalls.
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A fellow duckduckgo user! (Saw you post in that Kinect 2.0 conspiracy thread). Just wanted to say hi, and share my love of a fantastic search engine. (!bangs... so addicting. I can't live without them now).
Don't want to derail my thread further, this is the kind of system that I'm talking about:
Hows it going! You been following the minecraft thread?
XIII-2 E3 booth gameplay n some info on new elements, thought you might be interested. http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/thread.php?id=129816&page=1#
mass effect 2 article, wtf this site is glitching tonight badly.
i saw a comment on a mass effect 2 comment of your's. DICE was one of the first to have bullet drop starting in Battlefield 2.
Gotcha. Well if you change your mind, feel free to join us!
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