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    Re: Blue Dawg's Weekly Elo Thread 2019

    Ah, thanks. So Tylertechsas nailed it. Is it fair to say we've been trending up from the point that Jim Oakes retired to today. That does seem realistic. We've invested a lot in the program since...
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    Re: Blue Dawg's Weekly Elo Thread 2019

    2012 finished with a Sagarin Rating of 52.
    2016 finished with a Sagarin Rating of 57.

    They were 2 of the best La Tech offenses ever, but also 2 of the worst La Tech defenses ever. Very similar...
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    True, I thought you meant production.

    Question for Blue Dawg. Does that graph indicate our last 4 teams were better than the 2012 team from a ELO point of view? That can't be right.
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    Re: Blue Dawg's Weekly Elo Thread 2019

    Higgins had a comparable year in 2016:

    329/496 (66.3%) 4,617 yards, 41 TDs, 8 Ints

    Cameron:

    359/522 (68.8%) 4,147 yards, 31 TDs, 5 Ints
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    Re: Interesting Graph on Nobel Prize Winners

    It hasn't been revealed what we were before we were born. The Bible does say (as Dawg80 rightfully says), we were known before we were born. God has even already seen the lives of my great, great...
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    Re: Interesting Graph on Nobel Prize Winners

    I would only adjust it slightly.
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    I believe atheism is all about a strong value for autonomy. It goes back to the Garden of Eden story when Eve decided she would call her own shots and disobey God. Then Adam followed with an...
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    At least you've moved to it being a very good analogy from your original position of it being nothing like a computer. :) Seriously, it is very similar in that it has information (coded RNA) that is...
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    The coding is the important part. It is very similar to a computer code. In fact, Bill Gates said DNA is just like computer code, but much more complicated. Dawkins wasn't trying to explain...
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    Re: Interesting Graph on Nobel Prize Winners

    No, a cell really is just like a computer program that has information that it uses to build organisms. If it messes up, the organism is abnormal. I guess another analogy could be that it's like a...
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    Re: Interesting Graph on Nobel Prize Winners

    "Biology has turned into computer science." Richard Dawkins (most outspoken atheist in the world, perhaps).
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    Don't take my word for it...


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oF1UzhPA5N8
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    Wow, hope you didn't study philosophy at Tech. Science does explain DNA as a software program that builds organisms (as you agree), but they have yet to determine how software technology could...
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    Re: Interesting Graph on Nobel Prize Winners

    DNA is information technology, like computer software. It builds organisms. It's like a manual that comes with a bunch of parts that you turn into a bicycle (or whatever your have ordered and need...
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    Calling life "information" doesn't help your atheism. Information can only come from an informer. It's a definer of life. An instructor of organism-building. This kind of thing shouldn't exist in...
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    A virus would have to have come after the cell because it attacks cells. It doesn't have a cell. They say the first form of life was bacteria. However, cells instructed bacteria to form as...
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    Darwin had no freaking clue what DNA is. He thought the first cell was "goo" that could be influenced by the environment.
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    Cells have always had the information they have today. Cells started the first life, not vice versa. No one knows how the first cell happened. No one can duplicate the construction of a single...
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    Cells have too much information in them to have happened randomly. DNA is pretty much Information Technology (like computer software). It instructs organisms how to build themselves. No one has...
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    Do you have faith that it's logical that life can come from non-life without being created?
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    You are not even paying attention are you? We put our faith in the God of the Bible because we believe the universe was created for a purpose (as opposed to your faith that it just popped into...
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    I think love, forgiveness, and justice could have been bad concepts if evolution had performed a different reaction on our brains. We could live in a world where hate, being judgemental, and...
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    Then we are back to my concern of why I think life matters (love, forgiveness, justice, etc...) if it really doesn't. I find the Bible believable because I don't think I'm delusional about life...
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    I wasn't prepared for that answer. Most evolutionists believe the material brain moves the material body and the mind is immaterial, so it therefore cannot exist (because only matter exists). But...
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    Are you a materialist? Meaning, humans don't have minds, but only brains.
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