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1. Alex wrote:
about this being an underrated riavlry. I think the fact that the games are typically close and there have been some very memorable games on both sides that has led both fan bases to really respect one another to a level I don’t think is in place with any other opponent in the MWC. I would imagine this is likely due to the patriotic sentiment that comes from a service academy, but it has always seemed there was something more than that. I think the type of players both programs recruit may have something to do with it also. The kids are not blue chippers and are hard-nosed, blue collar types. Obviously they are not identical programs, but that is where I see similarities and why at least this Cowboy fan will be sad to see the series go away if Air Force decides to go to the Big East (which I don’t blame them if they do).

Mon, July 9, 2012 @ 7:52 AM

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3. Sandeep wrote:
Rather than try to nit-pick with the absurdity of the ID armguent, I generally try to nudge folk in the direction of Ockham's razor in that regard.Could man have been intelligently designed? Well, yes. It's, at least, a reasonable postulate. The more important question is this; is intelligent design necessary for man to arise? The answer is no. Natural selection (the mechanism proposed by Charles Darwin in On The Origin Of Species, the idea of evolution wasn't new to him only the mechanism by which it occurred) does the job perfectly without invoking any deity or other intelligent force. This makes the addition of a god or aliens or anything else superfluous. Ockham's razor tells us we can cut those bits out, keep the rest, and the theory still works.It would be a different matter, however, if we discovered direct evidence which suggested that there was some kind of intelligent intervention. At that point, we'd have to include some kind of intelligent aspect to the theory. Since there is none, I'll stick with superfluous' and trim any attempt to dilute my natural selection with intelligent design.

Tue, January 14, 2014 @ 7:31 AM

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