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rennerpetey

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Hello, my name is Alan.  I have been visiting Future Timeline for a while now and have been reading the forums for a while, but i finally decided to make an account.  I was attracted here because i like future tech and medicine.  I am a freshman in High School and am pretty young for the age group here.  I am also not the best debater, but i enjoy it nonetheless.  I am a capitalist and pretty liberal, at least socially.  I am a fiscal conservative.  I may or may not be a Christian, i am still working that out.  I hope i will enjoy debating and sharing news and information here for a long time to come.


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Pope Francis said that atheists are still eligible to go to heaven, to return the favor, atheists said that popes are still eligible to go into a void of nothingness.


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Welcome rennerpetey to Futuretimeline and the Alpha quadrant :derisive:


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Welcome Alan, hope you enjoy your time here. Like your avatar.



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Welcome from another capitalist. We're a rare breed here!


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Welcome to FutureTimeline, rennerpetey!

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Welcome to the forum. :)



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Welcome! :p

Is minic an fhírinne searbh.


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Hi



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Welcome, I look forward to the many posts I'm sure you'll make :D


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Welcome to the forum. Metaphorically speaking, it is always good to see a new face participating in the enjoyment.  I hope you find your time here educational, informative, and above all fun.


The principles of justice define an appropriate path between dogmatism and intolerance on the one side, and a reductionism which regards religion and morality as mere preferences on the other.   - John Rawls


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Welcome to the board...


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Hi there and a delayed welcome from me too.


Playing God is actually the highest expression of human nature. The urges to improve ourselves, to master our environment, [...] have been the fundamental driving forces of all of human history. Without these urges to ‘play God’, the world as we know it wouldn’t exist today.” - Ramez Naam


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I see you already have activity here







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