Religion vs. Science: Take the surveys

Von Maestro

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It's My Birthday!
#3
12/13 Science & 14/15 Religion. A lot of the "Religion" is more History knowledge than Religious knowledge though.
 

Neon

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#4
Science - 13/13

Religion - 14/15. The one I didn't get is probably the one you are talking about, BIV.
 

Party Rooster

Unleash The Beast
#5
Science 13/13
Religion 9/15

Oof. I blew some easy ones, but always thought the Sabbath was...

Saturday, because it's Sabado in Spanish.
 

JoeyDVDZ

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#6
I got 13 of 13 in science, 12 of 15 in religion. I can live with those results.
 

somnarium

deftones or somefuckin' body
#12
13/13 on science.
12/15 on religion which surprised me since I only felt like I got 8 or so right.
 

LineBackerU

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#13
Science = 13/13

Religion = 14/15 (Got the last question wrong)
 
#15
You answered 10 of 13 questions correctly. (Shocked)
You answered 11 out of 15 questions correctly (Thought I might do better)
 

whiskeyguy

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#18
Science 12/13

Religion 9/15.

Kind of rushed through both. I'm sure if I stopped and actually thought about the religion questions more I would have done a little better.
 

CM Mark

The East is Ours!
#19
11/13 on science
14/15 on religion (not the last one, I got that one right)
 

Sunsetspawn

Registered User
#20
Which is the better way to determine whether a new drug is effective in treating a disease? If a scientist has a group of 1,000 volunteers with the disease to study, should she...
Have you ever noticed that "SHE" is the pronoun used in PC circles when we're talking about a positive position, and I'm sure if the pronoun could denote race it would be black.
Interestingly enough, if we were talking about a criminal of some sort the pronoun would certainly be "HE"
Whatever, I just find that to be a fascinating curiosity.

Anyway 13/13 on the science, bitches, but you all knew that anyway.

14/15 on the Hocus Pocus

Which one of these preachers participated in the period of religious activity known as the First Great Awakening?
Seriously, who the fuck knew this one?
 

whiskeyguy

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#22
Have you ever noticed that "SHE" is the pronoun used in PC circles when we're talking about a positive position, and I'm sure if the pronoun could denote race it would be black.
Interestingly enough, if we were talking about a criminal of some sort the pronoun would certainly be "HE"
Whatever, I just find that to be a fascinating curiosity.

Anyway 13/13 on the science, bitches, but you all knew that anyway.

14/15 on the Hocus Pocus


Seriously, who the fuck knew this one?
Personally I don't understand why "they" can't be used when talking about a hypothetical situation, but every English class I took frowned on that.
 

mills

I'll give em a state, a state of unconsciousness
#23
I knew it wasn't Billy Graham so it was a coin toss.
Yup and I went with Finney because it sounded a tiny bit more like one of those oldey time names that might have died out.

and 13/13 --- 11/15. Can't believe I got both the schoolteacher ones right.
 

Sunsetspawn

Registered User
#24
Personally I don't understand why "they" can't be used when talking about a hypothetical situation, but every English class I took frowned on that.
Technically "they" is correct, but I guess it just doesn't sound right. So the new rule is if it's a lawyer, judge, doctor, scientist (especially a groundbreaking theoretical physicist), the pronoun is SHE. For example: Dr Harold White is working on the first experiments to bend space-time for FTL travel, but she has a long way to go before anyone can book a trip to Alpha Centuri.

Maybe I'm just a cranky dickhead whom needs to go to bed.
Whom, who, or that: which pronoun is most appropriate for that sentence, and why?
 

whiskeyguy

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#25
Technically "they" is correct, but I guess it just doesn't sound right. So the new rule is if it's a lawyer, judge, doctor, scientist (especially a groundbreaking theoretical physicist), the pronoun is SHE. For example: Dr Harold White is working on the first experiments to bend space-time for FTL travel, but she has a long way to go before anyone can book a trip to Alpha Centuri.

Maybe I'm just a cranky dickhead whom needs to go to bed.
Whom, who, or that: which pronoun is most appropriate for that sentence, and why?
Generally they just try to mix it up, but a lot of places definitely avoid stereotypes (even if they're true).

When the coal miner exited the mine shaft, she took a breath of fresh air.

The customer was having a difficult time finding tampons in the store, so he asked the clerk for help.
 
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