Atheist Logic Fail




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From Latin ligandus, gerundive of ligare ‘to bind’.  ~wikipedia.


Ligash, ligature, ligand, link, league.  The root word is linking so the hidden subject is relinking.  Reconnecting the story the sutra, the suture, the scripture, that connects the facts.  Changing the way you are in relationship with the world and with the phenomena in the world.

In biochemistryligase (from the Latin verb ligāre — “to bind” or “to glue together”) is an enzyme that can catalyze the joining of two large molecules by forming a new chemical bond, usually with accompanying hydrolysis of a small chemical group dependent to one of the larger molecules or the enzyme catalyzing the linking together of two compounds, e.g., enzymes that catalyze joining of C-O, C-S, C-N, etc. In general, a ligase catalyzes the following reaction:

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Author: Joxua Luxor

Known by his online handle Shivah Solomon, he paints as Joxua Mourningstar, he teaches Martial Tai Chi as Master Ten Ton Tiger, writing on occult mysteries he is known as Rabbi Ba'al Shiva, he writes philosophical fiction as Shivastus Solomonicus, and he does comedy as Adam Wolfe.

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  1. Joxua: I’m having trouble finding some comments, specifically your wonderful responses, one in particular, which referred a few commentaturds to the fact they were relying on an “emotional” response with a referral to a wiki definition link. I’d be very grateful if you could provide me a link back to that conversation & the comments, I thought it was associated with “Atheist Logical Fallacies.”

    • I think it was on the comments for the evaluating greater minds blog on

      • ‘Tis here:
        Appeal to emotion or argumentum ad passiones is a logical fallacy which uses the manipulation of the recipient’s emotions, rather than valid logic, to win an argument. The appeal to emotion fallacy uses emotions as the basis of an argument’s position without factual evidence that logically supports the major ideas endorsed by the elicitor of the argument. Also, this kind of thinking may be evident in one who lets emotions and/or other subjective considerations influence one’s reasoning process. This kind of appeal to emotion is a type of red herring and encompasses several logical fallacies, including:
        •Appeal to consequences
        •Appeal to fear
        •Appeal to flattery
        •Appeal to pity
        •Appeal to ridicule
        •Appeal to spite
        •Wishful thinking


        gratias agimus tibi

      • deuchebag nation part one,

      • I luv this…it is somewhat like the holy grail for dealing with trolls!!
        Keep rockin Jox!!!

      • ty 🙂
        that is actually how I created my psycholinguistic philosophy, studying trolls for five years on line.

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