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[–] Scrapco 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

Well, since you covered my first two so nicely, here's the next couple:

  • The fuck is a "rogue planet?"

  • Why is this in Politics?

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[–] NeedPolyGF [S] ago  (edited ago)

A rogue planet is one that is off course, i.e. is changing from a previous orbit to a new orbit, or it may be in an elliptical orbit like meteor streams that Earth crosses every year.

I put this in Politics so I could answer political questions about religion. Like how can people get along with people who have violent religions? The Quran may not be the source of Muslim violence. The source seems to be the traditions of so-called Muslims who re-interpreted the Quran, similar to what Jesus said in the Bible about people pretending to follow him, but really following the traditions of men. Hadiths are the primary example, which often contradict the Quran.

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[–] NeedPolyGF [S] ago  (edited ago)

Answer to first question:

I'm not afraid of God, like many Christians are. Jesus didn't say he was God. He's sinless and is therefore our role model. He was born in the sign of the Virgin, so his mother probably was not a virgin. I think it's possible to be born of a virgin etc, but i think it's much more likely that the meaning of the sacred texts were simply misunderstood.

Answer to 2nd question:

There very likely was a Great Flood under 5,000 years ago, but Noah and the ark were likely natural apparitions in the sky, hinted at in myths around the world. The ark is possible, but not probable. A close encounter with a rogue planet likely caused the Flood via tidal forces. The supercontinent was hit by asteroids about the same time and one of them was big enough to split the supercontinent into several pieces, which flew apart in all directions from the impact point near Madagascar.