• Why do people in Humanities think they know more than someone in STEM?

    I'm an engineer with a masters in Math. I'm a Christian. As an expert in Math, I recognize the impossibility of the evolution theory. I believe in the biblical Genesis. Sometimes, I have conversations with people who have evolution as their religion. They actually believe we came from monkeys. The thing... show more
    I'm an engineer with a masters in Math. I'm a Christian. As an expert in Math, I recognize the impossibility of the evolution theory. I believe in the biblical Genesis. Sometimes, I have conversations with people who have evolution as their religion. They actually believe we came from monkeys. The thing I find interesting is that most of these people have a degree in Psychology, Teaching, Arts, or Communications. These people often resort to saying that they are correct because they are college educated. Why would people in Humanities think they know more about science than someone in STEM?
    18 answers · 1 week ago
  • What comes to your mind if you saw a white muslim guy with an european name?

    would you think he's a convert,too religious and has a different cultural view than the west like the arabs do? i'm a westernized muslim guy btw
    would you think he's a convert,too religious and has a different cultural view than the west like the arabs do? i'm a westernized muslim guy btw
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is my writing good?

    Best answer: Not bad but the phrasing and adjectives could be better, and it could be simplified. Example: The chair’s soft leather comfortably sank [not sunk] under my weight as I sat down, but the man facing me made it unbearable. Solemnly, lips pulled in a tight, grim line, he slowly paced back and forth for what felt like... show more
    Best answer: Not bad but the phrasing and adjectives could be better, and it could be simplified. Example:

    The chair’s soft leather comfortably sank [not sunk] under my weight as I sat down, but the man facing me made it unbearable. Solemnly, lips pulled in a tight, grim line, he slowly paced back and forth for what felt like an eternity. He was gray-haired [spelling] and at a distance appeared middle aged to the casual observer, but in the confines of his small office I could see a finely wrinkled face that suggested he was older. Suddenly he stopped and swung around, anxiously looking down at me with a deeply furrowed brow.

    “Why?” he rasped (or growled, or shrieked, etc), as his knobby (or thick, or skeletal, or bony, etc) fingers ran roughly through his thinning hair .

    I said nothing and just sat frozen - overwhelmed with horror, shame and self-disgust. What in God’s name had driven me to participate in an act of such obscenity? I could not yet articulate my reasons, but I suddenly realized that the repercussions had come swiftly.

    “Damn-it, Matheson, I asked why?!” he yelled, no longer controlling his temper. His fist slammed down on the small mahogany table with such force that it nearly knocked over a heavy glass pitcher of water.

    This thunderous outburst was unexpected from someone who had always seemed calm and even-tempered before. As if this thought had drifted from my mind to his, he suddenly composed his face, straightened his tie, sat down and took a deep breath. With a slight tremble he poured himself a glass of water and sipped it quietly, giving me a chance to organize my thoughts before I spoke.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What do you miss in your life?

    Best answer: My family.
    Best answer: My family.
    15 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What do you think of English Literature?

    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do you believe there is such a thing as an original idea?

    I believe that no, there is no such thing as an original idea. Everything you've ever seen, read, or heard about was based off of or inspired by something. Whether it be legends, myths, locations, ancient cultures, current cultures, or people, it was based off of SOMETHING that existed beforehand. In my... show more
    I believe that no, there is no such thing as an original idea. Everything you've ever seen, read, or heard about was based off of or inspired by something. Whether it be legends, myths, locations, ancient cultures, current cultures, or people, it was based off of SOMETHING that existed beforehand. In my opinion, there are no original ideas because what was used existed at one point in some shape or form. Even if it's modified slightly, it's still based off of something.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What do you think of English Literature?

    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Why has the antiques market gone belly-up?

    There used to be several collectibles and curio shops in town and they've all gone OOB in the last 4 years. Even doing my parents estate, I have a houseful of items that were "hot" collectibles 40 years ago (Depression glass, Japanese lusterware, etc) and now I can't even give them away. My mom... show more
    There used to be several collectibles and curio shops in town and they've all gone OOB in the last 4 years. Even doing my parents estate, I have a houseful of items that were "hot" collectibles 40 years ago (Depression glass, Japanese lusterware, etc) and now I can't even give them away. My mom paid $200 for a depression glass luncheon set for eight in 1976 (that would be about $850 in today's money) and I couldn't even get $100 for it. When I have an estate sale, all people seem to want are things made from precious metals, vintage Pyrex dishes, military items and old hunting and fishing gear - of which I have none.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Poetry. Will you helpfully c/c this poem please? `Whither and Whether`.?

    .Whether I undestood - I doubt. Wither you headed - it was cetainly, `out`. No warning given, with pomp you took your leave; In shock, I didn`t grasp - that you`d deceived. Protective, I cast officialdom aside. These decades gone, you publicize - you took me for a ride As though it is a reparation for two... show more
    .Whether I undestood - I doubt. Wither you headed - it was cetainly, `out`. No warning given, with pomp you took your leave; In shock, I didn`t grasp - that you`d deceived. Protective, I cast officialdom aside. These decades gone, you publicize - you took me for a ride As though it is a reparation for two thwarted lives, Your explanation, more admission, no gentleness strives. The good you could have bought, maybe too late; To clinch your `rightness`, is but - profligate. Numb, failed in my mission to an innocent soul in need, I cannot, though I understand, your `scared` haughteur accede. What else to say? The years of damage recently compounded., The one whom you deny is silenced, long needs dashed, courage has floundered.. Rights stronger than yours dismissed, blood`s thicker than your rage, confounded, Your wilful doubt - truly - unfounded. Scae me, yet think your spiitual note has sounded? Untrue.Witheed anger turns one hard as nails. Weathered hardship`s lesson - never fails. ........................................... 1st Draft. L.D. 28/ 10/2017/ U.K.
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Where can I find great puka shell necklaces?

    Best answer: Amazon.
    Best answer: Amazon.
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Is this an A* piece of writing?

    Mia emerged and came into the opening. Mia had a pale complexion. She had a shoulder-length blonde hair. Her jaw was set .Mia was not tall nor short - but somewhere in between. Mia had sharp angelic eyes; Mia's eyes were as blue as the fathom less sea; Mia's eyes were like fantastic moons that shiver in... show more
    Mia emerged and came into the opening. Mia had a pale complexion. She had a shoulder-length blonde hair. Her jaw was set .Mia was not tall nor short - but somewhere in between. Mia had sharp angelic eyes; Mia's eyes were as blue as the fathom less sea; Mia's eyes were like fantastic moons that shiver in some stagnant lake. In addition, she was a wealthy person; Mia had her wealth, heaped and hoarded and piled on high like sacks of wheat in a granary. Mia encountered a creature: this creature was elongated, limbless; moreover it was flexible. Mia was frozen with fear; a shiver of fear runs down Mia's spine; fear is like a cloak which old men huddle about their love, as if to keep it warm. Mia was bitten. Mia was in excruciating pain: Mia's stomach was twisting and turning and it felt as though as a dozen of hands punching Mia's stomach.
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Because of my work they spend hours without having access to a bathroom, and since I have fibroids, my bladder does not save much?

    Best answer: Drinking water is vital for our good health ......... I would recommend that you buy a portable bathroom and use it when you need it, although it sounds crazy, it can be a solution to not harm your kidneys anymore. Luck
    Best answer: Drinking water is vital for our good health ......... I would recommend that you buy a portable bathroom and use it when you need it, although it sounds crazy, it can be a solution to not harm your kidneys anymore. Luck
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago