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iCambrian

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    iCambrian reacted to Haji 2003 in God Hypothesis II   
    Yes, I'd go along with that to the extent that we seem to be extincting various species on a daily basis.
    However IIRC the dinosaurs were around for a far longer period than we have been, so I think it's too early to say that we'll be better protected than they were.
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    iCambrian reacted to Haji 2003 in God Hypothesis II   
    Yes, I'll hold to the view that everything will work out.
    However, I did add a rider to this, which was that countries that persist in polluting will likely find themselves technologically behind others who have been more wiling to adapt via innovating.
    I think that is the regulating mechanism that God put into place.
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    iCambrian got a reaction from Hameedeh in The Sun Will Rise From Where It Set   
    This isnt necessarily true (the "overdue" part).  If you have been reading up on magnetic reversals lately, feel free to enlighten me, but I would say that, looking at the past few million years is a relatively small data set to work with.  In the grand scheme of things, we could be thousands, hundreds of thousands, or even millions of years away from the next reversal and not overdue at all.
     
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    iCambrian got a reaction from sharinganMahdi in The Sun Will Rise From Where It Set   
    I don't think their " rule not exception" statement is referring to a 200-300k time phrame.  I think they're just saying that it happens, vs not happening. Especially since they immediately state that the most recent occurred over twice that time ago. 
     
    to say something is overdue would be to imply that it is later than expected. But when you would expect it to occur changes based on your data set. So I guess it's subjective. You see what you want to see, you pick the set of data that you want to pick.
     
     
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    iCambrian got a reaction from 12reasons4truth. in The Sun Will Rise From Where It Set   
    Well, i think the article i linked seemed fine.  The magnetic field does protect us from radiation form space.  So alterations in the direction its facing probably wouldnt be the best.  But...if you buy into it, if reversals did occur, say every 500k years. If life has been here for several billion years, then...well, you get the idea.  Life has lived through countless reversals. We have survived through countless reversals, though we simply werent recording information back then and probably werent even aware of it.
    So, a magnetic reversal alone, i dont think would be a means of extinction.  Even if hypothetically there were ill effects from it, i imagine mankind would work and do what we have to do to get by. As we always have i suppose.
    For the planet to become inhabitable by mankind, i think it would have to go through some pretty rugged changes, not that such changes arent unheard of in earth history, but certainly unheard of  since...well i suppose 65 million years ago when the dinosaurs went down.
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    iCambrian got a reaction from 12reasons4truth. in The Sun Will Rise From Where It Set   
    I don't think their " rule not exception" statement is referring to a 200-300k time phrame.  I think they're just saying that it happens, vs not happening. Especially since they immediately state that the most recent occurred over twice that time ago. 
     
    to say something is overdue would be to imply that it is later than expected. But when you would expect it to occur changes based on your data set. So I guess it's subjective. You see what you want to see, you pick the set of data that you want to pick.
     
     
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    iCambrian got a reaction from Sumayyeh in The Sun Will Rise From Where It Set   
    If we look at a larger dataset, we can see that the current "inter reversal" time isnt uncommon at all (even in the past 30mya as NASA had referenced)
    http://deeptow.whoi.edu/text/ck95.txt
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    iCambrian got a reaction from Sumayyeh in The Sun Will Rise From Where It Set   
    Well, i think the article i linked seemed fine.  The magnetic field does protect us from radiation form space.  So alterations in the direction its facing probably wouldnt be the best.  But...if you buy into it, if reversals did occur, say every 500k years. If life has been here for several billion years, then...well, you get the idea.  Life has lived through countless reversals. We have survived through countless reversals, though we simply werent recording information back then and probably werent even aware of it.
    So, a magnetic reversal alone, i dont think would be a means of extinction.  Even if hypothetically there were ill effects from it, i imagine mankind would work and do what we have to do to get by. As we always have i suppose.
    For the planet to become inhabitable by mankind, i think it would have to go through some pretty rugged changes, not that such changes arent unheard of in earth history, but certainly unheard of  since...well i suppose 65 million years ago when the dinosaurs went down.
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    iCambrian got a reaction from Reza in The Sun Will Rise From Where It Set   
    This isnt necessarily true (the "overdue" part).  If you have been reading up on magnetic reversals lately, feel free to enlighten me, but I would say that, looking at the past few million years is a relatively small data set to work with.  In the grand scheme of things, we could be thousands, hundreds of thousands, or even millions of years away from the next reversal and not overdue at all.
     
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    iCambrian got a reaction from 12reasons4truth. in The Sun Will Rise From Where It Set   
    This isnt necessarily true (the "overdue" part).  If you have been reading up on magnetic reversals lately, feel free to enlighten me, but I would say that, looking at the past few million years is a relatively small data set to work with.  In the grand scheme of things, we could be thousands, hundreds of thousands, or even millions of years away from the next reversal and not overdue at all.
     
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    iCambrian got a reaction from Heavenly_Silk in The Sun Will Rise From Where It Set   
    This isnt necessarily true (the "overdue" part).  If you have been reading up on magnetic reversals lately, feel free to enlighten me, but I would say that, looking at the past few million years is a relatively small data set to work with.  In the grand scheme of things, we could be thousands, hundreds of thousands, or even millions of years away from the next reversal and not overdue at all.
     
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    iCambrian reacted to sayed hussein in A little conspiracy theory of mine   
    nice theory mate great work
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