leveni's Discussions (403)

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"Professor Julius Sumner Miller, an American who was famous in Australia for many yea…"

leveni replied Aug 10 to the problem - American Anti-Intellectualism

38 Aug 13
Reply by Jerry Wesner

"Damn, vandalized his statue? There goes a little more of our history. And the good h…"

leveni replied Aug 9 to Al-Maʿarri

3 Aug 9
Reply by leveni

"I agree with the "it's dangerous to say you are 100% sure of anything." in regards t…"

leveni replied Oct 10, 2014 to IS EVERYBODY 100% POSITIVE THERE IS NO GOD?

2436 Apr 27
Reply by Gerald Payne

"I have no problem with BC, AD or CE. According to Wikipedia, our dating system has b…"

leveni replied Sep 12, 2014 to Is Archaeology a Science?

13 Sep 12, 2014
Reply by tom sarbeck

"Good point. It kind of makes me think Kent is an extremely selfish person now. "

leveni replied Aug 24, 2014 to Dr. Kent Brantly, Ebola survivor thanks god, and doesn't mention science.

3 Aug 25, 2014
Reply by booklover

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leveni replied Aug 13, 2014 to IS EVERYBODY 100% POSITIVE THERE IS NO GOD?

2436 Apr 27
Reply by Gerald Payne

"We need thumbs down buttons. And then after 5 of them these types of posts disappear."

leveni replied Aug 13, 2014 to IS EVERYBODY 100% POSITIVE THERE IS NO GOD?

2436 Apr 27
Reply by Gerald Payne

"These ramblings come from a book called "The Flashes Collection"   By Said Nursi (18…"

leveni replied Aug 6, 2014 to IS EVERYBODY 100% POSITIVE THERE IS NO GOD?

2436 Apr 27
Reply by Gerald Payne

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leveni replied Aug 6, 2014 to IS EVERYBODY 100% POSITIVE THERE IS NO GOD?

2436 Apr 27
Reply by Gerald Payne

"We need thumbs up buttons. Anyway, if there were thumbs up buttons here I'd click it…"

leveni replied Aug 5, 2014 to IS EVERYBODY 100% POSITIVE THERE IS NO GOD?

2436 Apr 27
Reply by Gerald Payne

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