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kengr
Sep. 12th, 2014 02:31 am (UTC)
Thu, 02:05: eva-420: eirstegalkin: fun fact: sodomy is defined in the bible as being oral OR anal sex OR bestiality so... http://t.co/jdsM5NsHwB

Actually sodomy *isn't* defined anywhere in the Bible. The stuff he's talking about is the way *civil* law defines sodomy in *some* places.

Also, anybody who actually *reads* the story of Sodom and Gommorrah in the Old Testament can see that the actual sin was failing to obey the rules of hospitality.

Heck, at one point Lot offers his virgin daughters to the crowd if they'll just leave him and his guests (who he doesn't know are disguised angels) alone.

And yet *Lot* (and his family) are the only ones saved from the town.
kengr
Sep. 12th, 2014 05:55 am (UTC)
Thu, 03:41: "psionic activity… telepathic in nature." Brilliant, Julian! Just like "water activity, wet in nature"! http://t.co/mNtoy9uHTO

Psionic activity is not limited to telepathy. There are a wide variety of psi abilities, telepathy, clairvoyance, telekinesis, psychometry, teleportation...
kengr
Sep. 12th, 2014 06:00 am (UTC)
Thu, 03:52: skeletonfucker666 said: So there's been a post going around that, in summary, says that if mosquitoes were... http://t.co/604ZyAiPEB

A lot of fish have mosquito larva as a significant part of their food supply. A number of birds eat mosquitos (as do some bats if I recall correctly).

I would want to claim that (anything* going extinct would have big effects.
kengr
Sep. 12th, 2014 06:14 am (UTC)
Thu, 05:34: What I want to know is, if the Jem’Hadar can go invisible like that, why don’t they fight while invisible?... http://t.co/itKGhlOxBZ

I thought they *did*?
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