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@NotCaveJohnson, I won't argue definitions with you more than what I have, because they are already defined. My initial comment to you was to correct your horrible English. With that said, your last sentence, "'re one God away to being an atheist" PROVES the point I made!!!! That this "comedian" is trying to make theist appear more atheistic in nature. Which is just a stupid argument. on Funny Pics (Upvotes: 1)
@TenorTwoPointO, I have a master's in mathematics and Philosophy, so I know you have a fake degree when you make such ridiculous claims. Honestly, I don't know how you got your pseudo "degree," but discrete mathematics precludes topics in "continuous mathematics" such as analysis (i.e. continuous change). And what's changing in this instance is the number of God's a theist denounces over the time that new religions are being made. But you were saying... xD on Funny Pics (Upvotes: 1)
@TenorTwoPointO, the fact that you don't know the formula I generously provided deals ONLY with discrete systems and nothing to do with "other fields of math," as you claim, shows the amount of fake in your fake math degree. But boy did I call it 0% math and 100% talk for the fake math major. Numbers don't lie, and your inability to use, really, entry-level math to justify your wrong belief is laughable. Again, enough words use math in your next reply. SURPRISE me and back what you're saying mathematically NOT verbally. on Funny Pics (Upvotes: 1)
@TenorTwoPointO, why am I not surprised you've managed to include a field of study that has nothing to do with the subject itself. I've told you before I hate debating definitions since they are already defined, yet you're trying your hardest to redefine them. Once more, discrete systems CANNOT include change...yet you're redefining them to somehow include change to falsy prove your misguided agenda. Simply put, you have two options. Option (1) the number of individuals who believe in God is finite and will not and cannot change; or option (2) the number of individuals who believe in God is continuously changing. Option 2 denotes continuous mathematics, whereas option 1 is just a ridiculous idea. on Funny Pics (Upvotes: 1)
@TenorTwoPointO, I didn't care to reply to you, if you must know, because I honestly don't care for you. But again your terrible with definitions which undergird concepts. Namely, change CANNOT exist in a discrete system. If change exists you are not dealing with a discrete system. Discrete variables, once more since this is getting old, can ONLY have a finite number of values. Parameters! You yourself gave the example of integers between 10-20 where there are fixed parameters. So answer my simple question: Is the number of people who believe in God confined in a parameter like your 10-20 example? And if so then TELL me the parameters; from 1 to what is the number of people who believe in God confined to? From 1 to 10, 1 to 1, tell me since you claim to know the parameter to which it's confined. Because I guarantee you, since new people are populating this earth every second of the day, those "parameters" you give will change, and change, and change. on Funny Pics (Upvotes: 1)

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