Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal by Zach Weinersmith for October 21, 2019

  1. Idano
    Ida No  almost 5 years ago

    God: “Now, ask me about the Riemann Conjecture.”

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    gnome  almost 5 years ago

    the logic of religion is infallible, and you get to formulate constants to fit your answers.

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    Olddog1  almost 5 years ago

    If N=1.

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  4. Oldwolfcookoff
    The Old Wolf  almost 5 years ago

    But UPS designed Orion for just that purpose, thereby proving that the impossible can be made possible if one simply avoids left turns. “I’m doing the best I can with the tools and training I’ve been given, Boss.”

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    daswaff  almost 5 years ago

    Probably NOT a talking snake!! Error in translation of the Hebrew.“The word serpent is the Hebrew word, nachash, which can be translated as serpent or snake but has other meanings as well. According to Heiser, the Hebrew root is the basis for a noun, verb, and adjective. Of course as a noun it is usually the word for serpent. The verb form means deceiver or diviner with divine knowledge. The adjective version means bronze or brazen with a bright shine. Therefore, used as an adjective it should be translated as “shining one.” Shining or luminosity is a quality that is characteristic of divine beings in the Hebrew bible and other near east literature.” ~Dr M Hester ~Hester is only one source but you can search and find many more.

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