History Headscratchers / TheBible

25th Jun '16 12:58:50 AM Luppercus
Is there an issue? Send a Message


Yes, I know it must be some sort of metaphore, but what's with that "cut the baby in half" solution? OK, two women claim to be the mother of the same baby, and Solomon says; cut him in two and give a half to each, the real mother says that she prefers to lose him all togheter than to see him die. Fine, but, what was the other women stupid or what? I know science hasn't advance much for that time but the other woman must know she end up with half dead baby. If she was claiming him, even if she knew he wasn't his real son, I guess she still prefer not to kill the baby either. What would have happened if both women say at the same time give to the other because I prefer to lose him that see him dead? (like normal people probably will do), or what would have happened if the one that spoke was actually the not-real mother that love the baby that much (women may love their adoptive child just the same) and maybe the natural mother just guess the bluff?

to:

Yes, I know it must be some sort of metaphore, but what's with that "cut the baby in half" solution? OK, two women claim to be the mother of the same baby, and Solomon says; cut him in two and give a half to each, the real mother says that she prefers to lose him all togheter than to see him die. Fine, but, what was the other women stupid or what? I know science hasn't advance much for that time but the other woman must know she end up with half dead baby. If she was claiming him, even if she knew he wasn't his real son, I guess she still prefer not to kill the baby either. What would have happened if both women say at the same time give to the other because I prefer to lose him that see him dead? (like normal people probably will do), or what would have happened if the one that spoke was actually the not-real mother that love loved the baby that much (women may love their adoptive child just the same) and maybe the natural mother just guess the bluff?
25th Jun '16 12:55:42 AM Luppercus
Is there an issue? Send a Message


Yes, I know it must be some sort of metaphore, but what's with that "cut the baby in half" solution? OK, two women claim to be the mother of the same baby, and Solomon says; cut him in two and give a half to each, the real mother says that she prefers to lose him all togheter than to see him die. Fine, but, what was the other women stupid or what? I know science hasn't advance much for that time but the other woman most know she end up with half dead baby. If she was claiming him, even if she knew he wasn't his real son, I guess she still prefer not to kill the baby either. What would have happened if both women say at the same time give to the other because I prefer to lose him that see him dead? (like normal people probably will do), or what would have happened if the one that spoke was actually the not-real mother that love the baby that much (women may love their adoptive child just the same) and maybe the natural mother just guess the bluff?

to:

Yes, I know it must be some sort of metaphore, but what's with that "cut the baby in half" solution? OK, two women claim to be the mother of the same baby, and Solomon says; cut him in two and give a half to each, the real mother says that she prefers to lose him all togheter than to see him die. Fine, but, what was the other women stupid or what? I know science hasn't advance much for that time but the other woman most must know she end up with half dead baby. If she was claiming him, even if she knew he wasn't his real son, I guess she still prefer not to kill the baby either. What would have happened if both women say at the same time give to the other because I prefer to lose him that see him dead? (like normal people probably will do), or what would have happened if the one that spoke was actually the not-real mother that love the baby that much (women may love their adoptive child just the same) and maybe the natural mother just guess the bluff?
25th Jun '16 12:54:19 AM Luppercus
Is there an issue? Send a Message


Yes, I know it must be some sort of metaphore, but what's with that "cut the baby in twice" solution? OK, two women claim to be the mother of the same baby, and Solomon says; cut him in two and give a half to each, the real mother says that she prefers to lose him all togheter than to see him die. Fine, but, what was the other women stupid or what? I know science hasn't advance much for that time but the other woman most know she end up with half dead baby. If she was claiming him, even if she knew he wasn't his real son, I guess she still prefer not to kill the baby either. What would have happened if both women say at the same time give to the other because I prefer to lose him that see him dead? (like normal people probably will do), or what would have happened if the one that spoke was actually the not-real mother that love the baby that much (women may love their adoptive child just the same) and maybe the natural mother just guess the bluff?

to:

Yes, I know it must be some sort of metaphore, but what's with that "cut the baby in twice" half" solution? OK, two women claim to be the mother of the same baby, and Solomon says; cut him in two and give a half to each, the real mother says that she prefers to lose him all togheter than to see him die. Fine, but, what was the other women stupid or what? I know science hasn't advance much for that time but the other woman most know she end up with half dead baby. If she was claiming him, even if she knew he wasn't his real son, I guess she still prefer not to kill the baby either. What would have happened if both women say at the same time give to the other because I prefer to lose him that see him dead? (like normal people probably will do), or what would have happened if the one that spoke was actually the not-real mother that love the baby that much (women may love their adoptive child just the same) and maybe the natural mother just guess the bluff?
25th Jun '16 12:53:21 AM Luppercus
Is there an issue? Send a Message


Yes, I know it most be some sort of metaphore, but what's with that "cut the baby in twice" solution? OK, two women claim to be the mother of the same baby, and Solomon says; cut him in two and give a half to each, the real mother says that she prefers to lose him all togheter than to see him die. Fine, but, what was the other women stupid or what? I know science hasn't advance much for that time but the other woman most know she end up with half dead baby. If she was claiming him, even if she knew he wasn't his real son, I guess she still prefer not to kill the baby either. What would have happened if both women say at the same time give to the other because I prefer to lose him that see him dead? (like normal people probably will do), or what would have happened if the one that spoke was actually the not-real mother that love the baby that much (women may love their adoptive child just the same) and maybe the natural mother just guess the bluff?

to:

Yes, I know it most must be some sort of metaphore, but what's with that "cut the baby in twice" solution? OK, two women claim to be the mother of the same baby, and Solomon says; cut him in two and give a half to each, the real mother says that she prefers to lose him all togheter than to see him die. Fine, but, what was the other women stupid or what? I know science hasn't advance much for that time but the other woman most know she end up with half dead baby. If she was claiming him, even if she knew he wasn't his real son, I guess she still prefer not to kill the baby either. What would have happened if both women say at the same time give to the other because I prefer to lose him that see him dead? (like normal people probably will do), or what would have happened if the one that spoke was actually the not-real mother that love the baby that much (women may love their adoptive child just the same) and maybe the natural mother just guess the bluff?
25th Jun '16 12:52:50 AM Luppercus
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

[[folder:Solomon's solution has no logic]]
Yes, I know it most be some sort of metaphore, but what's with that "cut the baby in twice" solution? OK, two women claim to be the mother of the same baby, and Solomon says; cut him in two and give a half to each, the real mother says that she prefers to lose him all togheter than to see him die. Fine, but, what was the other women stupid or what? I know science hasn't advance much for that time but the other woman most know she end up with half dead baby. If she was claiming him, even if she knew he wasn't his real son, I guess she still prefer not to kill the baby either. What would have happened if both women say at the same time give to the other because I prefer to lose him that see him dead? (like normal people probably will do), or what would have happened if the one that spoke was actually the not-real mother that love the baby that much (women may love their adoptive child just the same) and maybe the natural mother just guess the bluff?
[[/folder]]
30th Apr '16 9:24:06 AM allfictions
Is there an issue? Send a Message






to:

* Actually, [[http://www.johnsanidopoulos.com/2010/10/monastics-even-pray-for-demons.html Monks pray even for the demons]]. There are many other accounts of monks spending long periods praying for the salvation of demons (and the devil).
20th Feb '16 12:52:14 AM Luppercus
Is there an issue? Send a Message



to:

****I think genetics is more than enough proof for Evolution, how else can we explain to have 99% genes of Chimpanzees and Neanderthals? and the fact that in the same way our genes proof who our father, brother or cousin is we can do the same among species and now we know that we do have same ancestors as apes thanks to genetics. But, anyway, that’s a discussion for another place. Same case with the scientific method for messuring planet's age.
15th Feb '16 1:43:04 PM quirkygenius
Is there an issue? Send a Message



to:

**** The only thing I'm skeptical about is the method scientists used to figure out the age of the Earth; I question the accuracy of the methods used. I do believe there is Continental Drift, and I do consider the scientific facts behind Pangaea more concrete than the "proof" behind Evolution Theory (though that's another subject). If you wish to elaborate further, as I asked "...how can you be sure that the method for calculating the planet's age is accurate?", let's take that to the discussion page.
8th Feb '16 2:40:40 PM Luppercus
Is there an issue? Send a Message



to:

***Earth's age is not a disputed issue for like 90% of people. I doubt the discussion here should go into Creationism vs Science argument; otherwise the debate would never end. Truth is, for all practical purposes, the Scientific community, the world’s schools and academies and the mainstream society, including most Christians, accept the idea that the world has millions of years and Pangaea cease to exist long before humans came to be. Yes, there is a very small minority of Creationist Christians, but are generally seem as fringe even for other Christians. The Continental Drift theory is accepted by most Christians in a similar way how most Western Christians accept the Evolution Theory. So IMO the explanation for this headscratcher should be using our current knowledge given by Science, otherwise would be a case of WMG.
5th Feb '16 5:16:03 AM quirkygenius
Is there an issue? Send a Message



to:

** How do we know that Pangaea and the Earth predated humanity by millions of years? The figures that scientists give for the Earth's age are estimates based on various thing such as radioactive decay; which could actually be an imprecise method for determining an object's age as one can hardly do that for every atom of the planet. Could you explain how that figure of years was determined? Also, aside from the disputed issue of the Earth's age, that doesn't rule out the idea of humans living on Pangaea or the distribution of animals before and after the ark (there were [[{{Understatement}} a lot]] of years between Noah starting construction of the Ark to the beginning of the Flood and from the end of the Flood to the present day) and would explain a lot.
This list shows the last 10 events of 853. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Headscratchers.TheBible