Vi har hele tiden haft samme holdning om planen i Alslev

2021.10.17 07:29 newsdk Vi har hele tiden haft samme holdning om planen i Alslev

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2021.10.17 07:29 felixthursday Winemaking and marathon running: what Kyrsten Sinema does instead of her job

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2021.10.17 07:29 gaudspd SPECULATION: But could it be that someone is about to get liquidated and their entire business plan is to be a manipulative middleman that could be easily replaced by modern tech??

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2021.10.17 07:29 newsdk - Min fars sygdom har lært mig at være til stede med det besværlige i stedet for at flygte

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2021.10.17 07:29 designsims Sometimes it's such a struggle to build in Sims3 especially with the constrainfloorelevation false cheat. But I somehow like it as if it were a challenge. Usually I never wish for a bad usability. Sims3 building is a skill that needs failures to progress and that's somehow rewarding.

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2021.10.17 07:29 Itchy-Salt-4231 Why didn't Thanos kill Thor in Endgame?

As Thanos is about to kill Thor with Stormbreaker he gets hit from behind by Cap. My question is why didn't Thanos do a quick stab with his blade instead of kicking Thor through some rubble? He was clearly trying to kill him just seconds before, don't you think that if he killed Thor in that moment it would've at the very least shocked Cap and created an opening for Thanos or maybe even rendered Mjolnir somewhat useless?
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2021.10.17 07:29 newsdk Debat: Lad os sammen skabe et Danmark uden hjemløshed

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2021.10.17 07:29 felixthursday Russia is pouring millions into Kremlin propaganda targeting the U.S.

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2021.10.17 07:29 TheRealestPlug me_irl

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2021.10.17 07:29 just___marius This karma farming troll tricking people off their awards with the good ol' thumbs up trick

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2021.10.17 07:29 newsdk Kommentar: Arbejdsvilkårene har været vanskelige og derfor skal SønderjyskE-træneren have længere snor

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2021.10.17 07:29 Lisamcinnesauthor The MAJEWSKI Curse, A true story family saga that about grief, family, love, pain, survival and strength of the human spirit♥️🙏.

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2021.10.17 07:29 skrybll BBQ pulled chicken, dill pickles, white onion, and coleslaw

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2021.10.17 07:29 newsdk Tønders store industrivirksomheder hårdt ramt af corona-krisen: Dumper ned ad Top1000-liste

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2021.10.17 07:29 StuffierAtom290 Stocking help

I have a 30 gal that has a thicc minnow and an austrailian rainbow fish, does anyone know of any fish that would be decent tankmates for these fellas?
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2021.10.17 07:29 Graymatter_Repairman Criticisms of Russell's teapot

This is Russell's teapot:

Many orthodox people speak as though it were the business of sceptics to disprove received dogmas rather than of dogmatists to prove them. This is, of course, a mistake. If I were to suggest that between the Earth and Mars there is a china teapot revolving about the sun in an elliptical orbit, nobody would be able to disprove my assertion provided I were careful to add that the teapot is too small to be revealed even by our most powerful telescopes. But if I were to go on to say that, since my assertion cannot be disproved, it is intolerable presumption on the part of human reason to doubt it, I should rightly be thought to be talking nonsense. If, however, the existence of such a teapot were affirmed in ancient books, taught as the sacred truth every Sunday, and instilled into the minds of children at school, hesitation to believe in its existence would become a mark of eccentricity and entitle the doubter to the attentions of the psychiatrist in an enlightened age or of the Inquisitor in an earlier time.

Criticisms:
Philosopher Brian Garvey argues that the teapot analogy fails with regard to religion because, with the teapot, the believer and non-believer are simply disagreeing about one item in the universe and may hold in common all other beliefs about the universe, which is not true of an atheist and a theist.[3] Garvey argues that it is not a matter of the theist propounding existence of a thing and the atheist simply denying it – each is asserting an alternative explanation of why the cosmos exists and is the way it is: "the atheist is not just denying an existence that the theist affirms – the atheist is in addition committed to the view that the universe is not the way it is because of God. It is either the way it is because of something other than God, or there is no reason it is the way it is.
The scope of a claim has no bearing on the burden of proof. All it does is highlight the vast golf between a claim to know the ultimate answer to everything including questions we'll never think to ask and claiming the teapot exists. The scope of theism is for all intents and purposes an infinite number of Occam's Razor marks against it while the teapot only runs afoul of a few.
Also, disbelief in a thing, be it the teapot or Gods, doesn't mean you're "committed to the view" that the thing doesn't exist. You simply aren't compelled by the evidence enough to believe that the claim is true.
Philosopher Peter van Inwagen argues that while Russell's teapot is a fine piece of rhetoric, its logical argument form is less than clear, and attempting to make it clear reveals that the Teapot Argument is very far from cogent.
Is there an argument in there? It's not clear that Russell is describing the burden of proof maybe?
Another philosopher, Alvin Plantinga, states that a falsehood lies at the heart of Russell's argument. Russell's argument assumes that there is no evidence against the teapot, but Plantinga disagrees:
Clearly we have a great deal of evidence against teapotism. For example, as far as we know, the only way a teapot could have gotten into orbit around the sun would be if some country with sufficiently developed space-shot capabilities had shot this pot into orbit. No country with such capabilities is sufficiently frivolous to waste its resources by trying to send a teapot into orbit. Furthermore, if some country had done so, it would have been all over the news; we would certainly have heard about it. But we haven't. And so on. There is plenty of evidence against teapotism.
This misses the point. As far as we know the teapot does exist because God put it there and told Russell about it in his sleep. The point isn't the plausibility of the claims, the point is the burden of proof lies with those making them.
Philosopher Gary Gutting rejects Russell's teapot for similar reasons, arguing that Russell's argument accords theism far less support than it actually has. Gutting points out that numerous sensible, competent people appeal to personal experience and arguments in support of God's existence. Thus, to simply reject the existence of God, out of hand, seems unjustified, according to Gutting
Argumentum ad populum is a fallacy:
In argumentation theory, an argumentum ad populum is a fallacious argument which is based on affirming that something is real because the majority thinks so.

The literary critic James Wood, without believing in God, says that belief in God "is a good deal more reasonable than belief in a teapot" because God is a "grand and big idea" which "is not analogically disproved by reference to celestial teapots or vacuum cleaners, which lack the necessary bigness and grandeur" and "because God cannot be reified, cannot be turned into a mere thing".
The scope of a belief bears no weight on its believability. As above, if anything the more all encompassing the belief the more unreasonable it is to believe it.
One counter-argument, advanced by philosopher Eric Reitan, is that belief in God is different from belief in a teapot because teapots are physical and therefore in principle verifiable, and that given what we know about the physical world we have no good reason to think that belief in Russell's teapot is justified and at least some reason to think it not
How does Eric Reitan know God isn't physical?
As for what we know of the physical world providing some evidence that the teapot might not exist, we could say the same for any unsubstantiated claim. The problem of evil comes to mind or our general lack of critical thinking skills combined with our drive to explain the currently unexplainable. There's a reason the world is chockablock full of religions and it's not because universe creating beings communicated with our ignorant ancestors and left us with nothing but wildly differing claims about themselves and their exploits.
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2021.10.17 07:29 ENTERISR Bois will be bois

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2021.10.17 07:29 newsdk Tre nye vigespor vækker opsigt: Første gang en landmand selv betaler for kommunal infrastruktur ved sin gård

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2021.10.17 07:29 ItsSArCaZm 211014 Hyewon's Last Summer Day In Jeju-do // Hyewon

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2021.10.17 07:29 bjornoya the kind of math questions you get at Drain High School

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2021.10.17 07:29 newsdk Hun bor i sommerhus, han bor på plejehjem: Da Jørn og Bente skulle nyde deres otium, kunne han pludselig ikke få vejret

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2021.10.17 07:29 Master-Twerker Price check- Executioners Explosive/FR .50Cal

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2021.10.17 07:29 newsdk "Onkel"-instruktør Frelle Petersen vil røre os igen i ny film om sorg - modtageren af JydskeVestkystens kulturpris klar til at udpege ny vinder i 2022

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2021.10.17 07:29 Techarus Hockers and Crushers thoughts/tips?

Finding them pretty infuriating to play against, especially when multiple spawn, both of them, or even multiple of both
Their moves are just so spammy, and with the whole aiming situation on consoles trying to hit their weakspots is infuriating in a whole other way.
Hocker projectiles never seem to miss. Run from a crusher, a hocker will trap you. Try to shoot the hocker and the crusher will trap you.
Anyone have any tips for these situations? I understand having to deal with them quickly is important but when a hocker and a crusher pop around the corner in a small room well what are we supposed to do
They just feel very unfun to play against
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