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There is talk of the Jewish Governor of Pennsylvania running for VP under Kamallah. That might be good if it causes the fakies not to vote for the Democrats in the election but bad if they win. I went to a local rally right organized by the local Establishment after the war started and the Governor was there. The fakies think anyone that doesn't completely hate Israel is bad for them. There needs to be a Democrat candidate that will not be able to carry Michigan where all the fakies and their fellow fags are located.

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Big Mike has indicated that he was not interested.
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General Discussion / Who should the Dems pick to run against Trump
« Last post by Joe Gutfeld on Today at 06:10:20 PM »
Who do you think?
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General Discussion / Brain Dead Biden Drops OUt
« Last post by Joe Gutfeld on Today at 04:47:39 PM »
Great news!  Biden Dropped out of his re-election bid for president.  Now the Dems will pick someone who is gaureented to beat Trump, that's Mrs. Muslim, Michelle Obama.  Or Oprah Winfrey. 
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General Discussion / Re: Biden drops out
« Last post by ChabadKahanist on Today at 04:21:32 PM »
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General Discussion / Re: Biden drops out
« Last post by ItalianZionist on Today at 03:20:40 PM »
I believe camela polls slightly less than Biden against Trump...hopefully
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Torah and Jewish Idea / Re: Ticket to Heaven Daily Dose
« Last post by Hrvatski Noahid on Today at 02:53:31 PM »
Before progressing to matters of the mind, a fundamental definition must be developed for this phenomenon known broadly as “life”. Intuitively and rationally, it can be surmised that there is something different between a human being and a table, or a human being and a rock, and that human beings share some similarities with dogs, trees, and shrimp. But what is the common element that differentiates “living” beings from “non-living” or “inanimate” objects?

Put generally, life can be defined as a process that moves something towards sophistication and utility over time. Indeed, the processes we describe as evolution take existing life forms, combine them with environmental inputs, and create new life forms that are better suited to respond to those environmental inputs. One way that scientists describe living beings is by calling them self-organizing, which means that within the living being’s own system, matter and energy are organized in particular ways to further the survival and replication of the organism. Additionally, although individual organisms may stop engaging in these processes – what we call “dying” – they can propagate their genetic code to future generations through reproductive mechanisms. This, notably, is something that rocks, stars, and other objects classified as non-living cannot do.

This seemingly trivial detail is not only one of the greatest mysteries of the sciences, given that the rest of the universe seems to tend towards disorder, but the basis of a more coherent view of psychological phenomena. Indeed, it can be said that in a very general and abstract way, the process we call “life” is involved in selectively propagating certain kinds of matter forward through time and the generations.

While this certainly includes genetic material, the traditional concern of evolutionary biologists, evolution has also come to encompass things like language and culture, which are typically viewed as the concern of the social sciences. However, by reconciling these different types of ordered matter under the singular concept of information, generally defined as ordered matter, it is possible to not only develop a coherent view of life but move towards an understanding of the function and form of human consciousness.

From the perspective of traditional biology, each living creature is said to have a genotype, or a specific set of attributes determined by the genetic information it inherits. Following Darwin’s initial publications, the work of Gregor Mendel and other early geneticists revealed that variation and selection mechanisms provided the “rules” by which this information is passed forward through the generations, which was the focus of biologists for decades until the discovery of DNA.

However, as researchers in other spheres of knowledge began to integrate these new concepts into their own paradigms, the concern of evolutionary biology progressively expanded. In addition to the genotype, or the genetic attributes of an organism, it was understood that organisms also had phenotypes, which encompassed environmental impacts, learned behaviors, and other elements of life relevant to survival and replication but largely independent of genetics. (Ticket to Heaven by Zachary R.J. Strong, PDF version, p 102-103)
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General Discussion / Biden drops out
« Last post by ItalianZionist on Today at 02:11:45 PM »
He's out. May be bad news for us....In ten minutes he’ll be back campaigning…. Won’t remember he made this announcement!
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