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Blog: Still alive!!
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I'm always happy to know you're still alive and still interested in making games.
Blog: Re: Ban Reversal, Shocking Twists, etc
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I can't directly message everyone here, but sheesh. The guy can think what he wants to think.
He's not offending or hurting anybody, and neither should any of you just because you don't agree with what he believes.
Forum: Leap of Faith
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Now, this is basically an attempt to rejazz things on Fighunter.

This is a question for all of you who have played or viewed the Assassin's Creed series and know about the leap of faith, which occurs basically when the assassin scales some tall tower or building and jumps into a haystack from that height.
Now, being a big fan of the series, I feel as though this one feature mires the super-convincing reality established otherwise. Or maybe it's because I'm not a science-y kind of guy.

Is there any possible way a Leap of Faith might actually work?
Blog: Game Progress!!
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Can I be the first one to say that the plot sounds completely involving and funny?
Blog: Ugh
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Hopefully, Pseudo's not one of those people who might want to 'punish' others.

I just hope the tension dissolves here so the reimbursement I'm expecting can take place sooner.
Blog: Ugh
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I thought Pseudo's actions were intended to benefit the majority, e.g. the leaving moderators, giving him the chance to imberse himself in the community again, get progress rolling etc.
Blog: Ugh
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Isn't the end-result to better the site for its people (the moderators who were leaving, e.g.?)
Forum: Is religion corrupt?
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Although what you've described is true for many people (hence the ridiculous amount of religious conflicts that take place), it's not true for everyone, and certainly not for me (I hope.)

I know I can't speak on behalf of all the Muslim community, but learning about evolution didn't destroy Islam for me. I found hints suggesting that evolution might've occurred, as the Quran says that all life came from water. Similarly, 'creating' an animal doesn't imply that they manifested out of the void. Evolution creates animals too. So I am very pro-science and pro-religion, and believe that they can be reconciled if an open mind is kept.
Forum: Is religion corrupt?
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I'll talk on behalf of the religion I know most about:

Islam believes that the same God sent messages to various messengers before, but these were corrupted. A slight amount of Muslims believe that God deliberately intended for these scriptures to get corrupted or something because He intended morality to stay a little flexible until things were right enough for the actual messenger to drop in or something. All far-fetched, but an interesting theory nevertheless.

Wikipedia says that there are multiple manuscripts for the Bible, but that's not true for the Quran. While there are endless speculations about missing verses (since it was all noted down in stone and leaf and compiled in one form after many years), and that countless interpretations can be drawn from the Quran, it is a single whole and has not been corrupted.
HOW? The Holy Prophet himself collected these verses and compiled them under God's instructions, which consisted of the order and everything (given your assumptions that God exists, none of them would've been left out). Surely he wouldn't have been the one to corrupt his own work. These verses were written down by trusted scribes of the Holy Prophet under his control and double-checked and learnt by his companions and himself immediately (e.g. wives, cousins, friends, families, allies.) The Quran's hard-copy might have been alterable after the Holy Prophet's death, truly, but this was prevented by the hundreds of thousands of people that had learnt the Quran and taught it by mouth to their descendents (since that was how it prevailed during the Prophet's time before the compilation took place) thus prohibiting a change from occurring.

The Quran predicted this: "We [i.e. Allah] have, without doubt, sent down the Reminder [i.e. the Quran]; and We will assuredly guard it."

Hope this answered to your curiosity.
Forum: Goodbye
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Aw man, Data. This is a bitter change of circumstances and I wish you didn't have to go.