Mac Miller – The Star Room (Feat. Delusional Thomas)
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What key does Patina Miller sing Simple Joys in from the musical Pippin? Hi, I’m using Simples Joys as an audition song within the upcoming week, but I’m singing it in Patina Miller’s key which I’m told is different from the original one. I need to know the key, ASAP. Please help!
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Go to a room that contains a musician and a keyboard, play the recording. Or refer us to e.g. a YouTube recording in the key you want.Remember, it’s YOUR responsibility to hand the audition pianist music in the key you want played.
What do you think happens in the Buffalo Sabres locker room? Buffalo Sabres recently updated their locker room with a fire place (unless it was a rumor) put in the locker room with a whole new setup. Likewise Terry Pegulla is a Penn State alumni. He also donated $88 million to Penn State. So what’s really going on in that locker room?
I would hope they aren’t lying together on a bear skin rug in front of the fireplace, lol.These newer style locker rooms are cracking me up. Christ, whatever happened to sports? What? having a locker wasn’t enough?
hey quit making fun of my team..if everyone wants to know they lay out sleeping bags every night and have pillow fights with their favorite stuffed animals..they don’t touch each other sexually, they just like palling around riding on each others back like horses.
The locker room is 5 Star now, and they are probably stressed from some recent struggles. Terry has openly stated that he is very disappointed in the scandal, but will not stop supporting his alma mater.
As the gays in Vegas would say, what happens in the Buffalo locker rooms stays in the Buffalo locker room.
Daily interventions to get Ryan Miller to eat something and, after Lucic freight-trained him, hopefully someone in that room standing up for him.
What color should i paint my room? we just moved into a new house and the person in my room b-4 me aparently wanted it to be drk brown yuck whats a good winter color?
I would go with a light viloet or a light light blue,,,,, If you dont like either of those colors theres always white.lol.
As MRG said, it’s up to you. You’ll probably want a light color though: Winters tend to be drab enough as it is. And since your room is painted a dark color, you’ll probably want to use a primer first before you paint.Good luck!
A very light white washed red color would be nice. I would look and feel warm and inviting, but not too bold and overpowering.
How Does Kenneth Miller, evolutionary biologist and devout Catholic, explain the random nature of evolution? Random mutations and natural selection are the core components of evolution. You know, in every species, there are differences between each member. Some members might be born with sharper claws, some members might have thicker fur and some members might have lighter colored fur etc, the potential variables and random mutations are endless. If their environment stays constant, little change will take place within the species. But if their environment changes, then natural selection will take place and those with characteristics that enable them to be better at surviving and procreating than other members, change in the entire species will occur. These are all completely random processes with no room for a creator god in any of it. So how can you manage your religious myths in with science; how can you manage fantasy into reality, the fantasy of a creator god in with the reality of a godless universe of completely random, unguided forces of nature?
If he – or anyone else – thinks there is a reason to even hypothesize a deity, they are not scientific thinkers, and their judgment should be questioned. being able to compartmentalize your thinking by being a theist and doing science is closer to split personality disorder than it is to respectable.
How sure can we be that anything is random. Just from S’s and G’s, do something random. Can’t do it can you? Freewill doesn’t exist because the universe is on one course. Therefore, Miller has nothing to reconcile.
He actually gets deeply into evolutionary biology in his fine book “Finding Darwin’s God”. The chapter on faith is at the end and quite short. Miller attempts to explain every aspect of evolution, even quipping in the lab “well, there’s one less job for God.”Perhaps you are unaware that Miller, along with atheist Barbara Forrest, was a star witness against the teaching of ID in schools during the Kitzmiller vs. Dover Trial of 2005. Miller even wore a mousetrap as a tie-clip to mock Behe’s discredited “irreducible complexity” hypothesis.Forrest was the one who uncovered “Cd Propentist” in an early manuscript of the ID book “Of Pandas and People” which was originally an unreleased creationist text. Miller has been known to wear t-shirts bearing that phrase with a circle-slash over it.
There had to be one living thing to begin and create all these so called “fictional and random” processes. I say God created that one living thing, and thus controls all things.
To say that evolution is completely random and unguided is not a scientific statement. Science tells us what happened and the natural explanation for what happened, it does not tell us the philosophy behind it (whether or not it was guided).
prove it, otherwise your statements are just a figment of your imagination. Provide me with evidence, otherwise they are just beliefs. Have you done the experiments yourself or are u placing faith in a theory.Provide me with evidence, then maybe i’ll consider it.
what I never understood is how Christians that accept evolution can still say that humans are god’s favorites; if so, why did he wait 10 billion years to make the earth, 2 billion years more to make life, and another 2 billion or so to make humans?
Obviously he doesnt seem capable of applying the same rigour to his religion that he applies to his science
Even though I’m familiar and quite comfortable with the principles of both evolution and Creationism (as well as Catholic theology), I found your “question” (rant) void of substance. Your post is full of flaws and illogical inferences.
There are probably ways you can determine depending the factors of the biology of those living creatures.
Your will plays the instrument of the sum of your thoughts. The hands of your will plays the guitar of your life.As I keep reminding us: you’re a matrix of perspective mechanisms; I am you.
I can’t speak for Ken Miller, but I know how one evolutionary biologist (Francis Collins) would reconcile the two. When we call something random, all we are really saying is that the causes of what we observe are so multifarious, and inter related in so many different ways, we have no chance of detcting any rhym or reason behind the things we see happening in front of us. But that is not to say that there is no rhym or reason.
He explains his viewpoints quite well in the book “Finding Darwin’s God” which another poster has already referenced. Anyone who has not read the book is not in a position to be able to criticize Dr. Miller for either his scientific rigor or his theological beliefs or how he understands both. The best way to know how a scientist explains anything is to read their work.
you are correct Occam’s razor dispenses with anything that does not add anything to a theory and a god adds nothing to evolution and is therefore redundant. how does he manage it well you would have to ask him, but i imagine that in order to maintain both beliefs in your head at the same time you would have to do some major mental compartmentalisation
You should ask Dr Miller himself.There is nothing in any theory, theorem, or law of Science that claims a godless universe. Once again the small groups of Atheists and Creationists are trying to make us believe that we have to choose between God and Science. This is not true.Most Christians do not take the stories of creation in the Bible literally. Catholics believe the book of Genesis tells religious truth and not necessarily historical fact. One of the religious truths is that God created everything and declared all was good.Catholics can believe in the theories of the big bang or evolution or both or neither. On August 12, 1950 Pope Pius XII said in his encyclical Humani generis: The Teaching Authority of the Church does not forbid that, in conformity with the present state of human sciences and sacred theology, research and discussions, on the part of men experienced in both fields, take place with regard to the doctrine of evolution, in as far as it inquires into the origin of the human body as coming from pre-existent and living matter – for the Catholic faith obliges us to hold that souls are immediately created by God. Here is the complete encyclical: vatican.va/holy_father/pius_xii/encyclicals/documents/hf_p-xii_enc_12081950_humani-generis_en.htmlAnd here is the Address of Pope John Paul II to the Pontifical Academy of Sciences on October 22, 1996 speaking of the Theory of Evolution: newadvent.org/library/docs_jp02tc.htmHere is an interesting article about Pope John Paul II’s opinion in the matter: americamagazine.org/content/article.cfm?article_id=4627The Church supports science in the discovery of God’s creation. At this time, the big bang and evolution are the most logical scientific explanations. As long as we believe that God started the whole thing, both the Bible and responsible modern science can live in harmony.Here is a nice list of Christian thinkers in science: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Christian_thinkers_in_scienceThe Clergy Letter Project an open letter endorsing the Theory of Evolution signed by over 10,000 clergy from many different Christian denominations: butler.edu/clergyproject/rel_evol_sun.htmWith love in Christ.