I guess you didn't read the articles I suggested earlier. They aren't theories, they are scientific theories. There is a major difference.
Again, I will defer you to trusty Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scientific_theory
Anyways, you're right, science is comprised of theories. Guess what some of those theories are? There is the Gravity Theory, the Cell Theory, the Plate Tectonic Theory, and many more. Do you really think gravity is just a theory?
And if you're questioning the reliability of science, know this: scientific theories may be "theories", but they are well-formed and differ immensely from the traditional usage of the word "theory". Religion, on the other hand, is a wild guess attempting to explain what cannot presently be explained. How you regard your religion as factual but object to the slightest notion of proven science is despicable.
NEVER GONNA GIVE YOU UP!
You're the one who went and down voted everyone's comment, so how about you stop getting your knickers in a twist? It's just a post.
My guess is that you're a troll. But if you aren't, you're the biggest fucking idiot I've ever met.
you're doing it wrong.
If they had the Internet, Voldemort would've won. Harry would have been too busy wanking.
This is hardly relevant to the post at all.
But it's called the PLEDGE of allegiance. Kids around the country are asked to recite a PLEDGE every day. Why should we ask them to PLEDGE something about a belief in God if we live in a secular country? Faith should be practiced and kept in churches.
And your rhetorical question is nonsensical. Driving by a church is not comparable to instructing schoolchildren to say something religious.
Well you see, gurdyjones.. when Ronald McDonald the clown went to Vietnam War during the 1960's, he fought for freedom in hopes that one day fast food restaurants may be seen everywhere in America. Long story short, he won and revolutionized America with an exciting franchise known as McDonalds. Oh, and he also liked the word "nom". "Nom" was the name of his pet Parakeet, which is why we need to commemorate his bravery by ending all restaurant urls with "nom". It's only the right thing to do.
It's actually a pagan holiday. It originated when pagans believed that halloween was the one day of the years that ghouls could come into the land of the living. Masks were used to hide their faces so the ghouls/demons/spirits didn't know who they were. Jack o laterns and candy were left out to "appease" the ghosts so they would be happy with them.
So who should be the one to decide whether (or when) a woman can get an abortion? The week old fetus itself? Random people in the government? People on the internet?
I think the woman herself, with the guidance of doctor and her family is the most qualified person to determine what is best for her and her family.
If the choice to become a parent or not is not a personal choice, what is a personal choice. As a general rule, anything that involves a woman's vagina at all is a personal choice.
If you're not mature enough to handle a child or have sex, you probably are not at all mature enough to become a parent so it would be cruel for the government to force you to give birth against your will.
Sorry for not making my self clear. My point is that it would be very immoral throw that many women (and girls perhaps) in jail for the rest of their lives. Turning our women into prisoners will not help women, their babies (born or otherwise) or society.
I will give up all hope of getting a positive score on this comment and say that I believe making abortion illegal would be more immoral that actually getting an abortion.
Around 1/3 of US women over 45 have had an abortion*. Do you really honestly believe that 1/3 women in America are immoral heartless murderers? While we are on the subject of morality, do you think it would be moral to make abortion a crime and send thousands of women that attempted to get abortions illegally to jail for the rest of their lives?