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Favonio


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PostPosted: June 14, 2005 9:32 AM 

You are right, Daniel, destroy me.

No content in reply #28.
I hoped it was clearly visible just quoting you-all nice guys who got together in order to fight my question.

That is - repeating - can't it be a skull?

Favonio


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PostPosted: June 14, 2005 9:33 AM 

Mistake: "28" -> "38".

Daniel


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PostPosted: June 14, 2005 9:37 AM 

And again, here is my serious reply:

Why can't it be a skull fossil

Could it be a skull fossil? Sure. But on the other hand, why should it be thought of as a skull fossil? It is one possibility out of an infinite number. Why are you picking out fossil skull as a valid interpretation, when there are an infinite number of other ones?
Why couldn't it be a pencil sharpener, an angel's wing, a neutron star core, my great-great-great-great-grandson's term paper in 22nd century history, or something else entirely?

There is no logic behind picking out skull as the proper interpretation, when there are so many others to choose from. And logic is part of reasoning, not its master. Evidence trumps logic. And so far there is no evidence presented that would suggest a conclusion other than "rock".

Favonio


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PostPosted: June 14, 2005 10:05 AM 

Why should it be thought of as a skull fossil?
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I perfectly understood what you meant.
So, next question: are you stating that object does not look like a skull?

They're Rocks


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PostPosted: June 14, 2005 10:11 AM 

It looks nothing like a skull. And even if it did, that would constitute zero evidence for its being a skull, as plenty of rocks, both on Mars and earth, resemble skulls.

Now find another photo and try again with this silly ink-blot-test game of yours.

Favonio


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PostPosted: June 14, 2005 10:18 AM 

It looks nothing like a skull. And even if it did

You are not clear at all. It DOES or DOES NOT look like a skull to you?

They're Rocks


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PostPosted: June 14, 2005 10:20 AM 

It does not look like a skull. It looks like -- and is -- a rock.

Daniel


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PostPosted: June 14, 2005 10:23 AM 

So, next question: are you stating that object does not look like a skull?

Kinda. I mean, it does have two dark spots in the front... so that does make it look sorta like a skull...but if I turn my head and look at the very front, then "the mouth" looks just like a TIE Fighter out of Star Wars to me.

But even if it looks like a skull... it also looks like other things as well. Why can't it be those things?

Favonio


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PostPosted: June 14, 2005 10:29 AM 

It does not look like a skull. It looks like -- and is -- a rock.
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Well, still waiting for you to fly away from here.
If you do not see any skull why are you posting in here?

it also looks like other things as well
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Not as strongly as a skull.
Daniel, you can't say that it looks like a pencil, or a water. Let's stop kidding once.

Daniel


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PostPosted: June 14, 2005 10:47 AM 

Again... it looks like lots of things. It looks like a big sack. It looks like the front is a model of a TIE fighter. It looks like a boulder. It looks like an igloo with a long opening. It looks like a model Dinasaur head. I could list more.

Why should skull be singled out?. Especially since the prosaic choice in the middle of my list, boulder, is the most likely.

They're Rocks


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PostPosted: June 14, 2005 10:50 AM 

I am posting here for one reason only: to debunk nonsense.

OMG


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PostPosted: June 14, 2005 2:22 PM 

You're wrong. It IS a skull. It's the skull of the first Terran caveman to build a rocketship to the Planet of War. Alas, once on Mars he lost the secret of fire, and he couldn't figure out the wheel, and all that's left is the skull.. Sad

His name? Ugg Mug. And now you know.. the rest of the story.

Favonio


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PostPosted: June 14, 2005 2:50 PM 

OMG, how old are you?

Looking at your replies I'd think 11, maybe 12 years old.

But then I realize it again: you probably are a 50-years old man filled with his fears.

Sympathy for your condition.

They're Rocks


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PostPosted: June 14, 2005 3:19 PM 

Stupid, snot-snosed Favonio still hasn't figured out what ad hominem is, and why it not only destroys all his so-called "arguments" but makes him pathetic to boot.

Daniel


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PostPosted: June 14, 2005 3:24 PM 

TR,
All he has is argument. He is trying to make leaps of faith based off faulty logic and assumptions. The fact that he has time to post more insults, but ignore substantive posts on his pet topic just hi-lites that fact.

I for one, think I know the problem with this board. And its name is Favonio. If you agree, go reply to my thread on the feedback forum.

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