Re: DOES EVIL EXIST?
Posted By: selassielive In Response To: Re: DOES EVIL EXIST? (karibkween)
Date: Tuesday, 14 March 2006, at 5:50 p.m.
In Response To: Re: DOES EVIL EXIST? (karibkween)
"Plants, through the process of photosynthesis generate oxygen from other chemical emissions on the planet. Are humans a source for some of these chemical emissions? Or is there some independent source that you know of ? If not, then you have misquoted me. The air you breathe, which includes the oxygen that is recycled by plants, was once the breath of another creature (human or otherwise) and will continue to be so until the planet no longer exist."
First of all, this is your quote verbatim: "The air you breathe in was once the breath of another."
How did I misquote you? "Another" is vague. Another what? Since people breathe, I had to assume you were talking about another person. No where in your quote did you mention photosynthesis, transpiration, or respiration. You failed to make yourself clear and you turn it into me misquoting you?
But just so you will know, the "air" contains 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen, 0.9% argon, .03% CO2, and traces of helium, hydrogen, neon, xenon etc.
Plants also release carbon dioxide.
What people call truth is subjective...so why wouldnt "good" and "bad" be also?
"In my experience, there is nothing subjective about truth."
So I guess you possess absolute TRUTH and not just your version of the truth.
Why dont you share this absolute universal TRUTH with InI...
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