Undetectable Famous Quotes & Sayings

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28 Undetectable Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Undetectable Sayings By Philip Yancey: Ungrace does its work quietly and lethally, like a poisonous, undetectable gas. A father dies Ungrace does its work quietly and lethally, like a poisonous, undetectable gas. A father dies unforgiven. A mother who once carried a child in her own body does not speak to that child for half its life. The toxin steals on, from generation to generation. — Philip Yancey
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Undetectable Sayings By Rafael Palmeiro: With all the great products that are apparently out there that are undetectable, for me With all the great products that are apparently out there that are undetectable, for me to take something like that ... when people take things that now aren't even being tested for, does it make any sense? — Rafael Palmeiro
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Undetectable Sayings By Greta Christina: Religion is a belief in invisible beings, inaudible voices, intangible entities, undetectable forces, and events Religion is a belief in invisible beings, inaudible voices, intangible entities, undetectable forces, and events and judgments that happen after we die. It therefore has no reality check. And it is therefore uniquely armored against criticism, questioning, and self-correction. It is uniquely armored against anything that might stop it from spinning into extreme absurdity, extreme denial of reality ... and extreme, grotesque immorality. — Greta Christina
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Undetectable Sayings By Ann-Marie MacDonald: Corruption hangs in the air around a great talent. Such a gift is unstable by Corruption hangs in the air around a great talent. Such a gift is unstable by nature, apt to embarrass its handlers. About her there is the whiff of the entertainer. Like vaudeville nipping the heels of grand opera. The maestro smells all this on Kathleen and cools his blood to a temperature undetectable by wild animals. — Ann-Marie MacDonald
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Undetectable Sayings By C.S. Lewis: A man can't be taken to hell, or sent to hell: you can only get A man can't be taken to hell, or sent to hell: you can only get there on your own steam. — C.S. Lewis
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Undetectable Sayings By Greta Christina: Religion is a belief in supernatural entities or forces that have an effect on the Religion is a belief in supernatural entities or forces that have an effect on the natural world - A belief in forces that are invisible, intangible, inaudible and otherwise undetectable by any natural means. — Greta Christina
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Undetectable Sayings By Noam Chomsky: Now take a look at the way the Drug War is conducted over the past Now take a look at the way the Drug War is conducted over the past 40 years. It goes back farther, but start from 40 years ago: There's very little spent on prevention and treatment. There's a lot on policing, a ton of stuff on border control and a lot on out-of-country operations. And the effect on the availability of drugs is almost undetectable; drug prices don't change on measures of availability. So there are two possibilities: Either those conducting the Drug War are lunatics, or they have another purpose. — Noam Chomsky
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Undetectable Sayings By Peter Carey: She meant I was hungover. I had been slaughtered, legless, trolleyed, slashed, shredded, plastered, polluted, She meant I was hungover. I had been slaughtered, legless, trolleyed, slashed, shredded, plastered, polluted, pissed. I thought, I do love my country's relationship with alcohol. How would I ever exist in the United States? I suppose I would have grief counselling instead. (77) — Peter Carey
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Undetectable Sayings By Matt Dillahunty: Either god exists or it doesn't exist. If a god does exist, it either interacts Either god exists or it doesn't exist. If a god does exist, it either interacts with the universe in some detectable way or it doesn't. If it doesn't, that god is indistinguishable from a non-existent god. That only leaves a god who interacts with the universe in some detectable way. But if science, which is the greatest realization of the use of our senses to, you know, detect things, hasn't found this god, that doesn't say much for individuals.
In short, the god you've created is, in fact, undetectable by science. The limits of science are not the province of religious knowledge. Where science is ignorant, so is religion. The only difference is that religion lacks the integrity of science. — Matt Dillahunty
Undetectable Sayings By Steve Toltz: We're always sick and we just don't know it. What we mean by health is We're always sick and we just don't know it. What we mean by health is only when our constant physical deterioration is undetectable. — Steve Toltz
Undetectable Sayings By Cherie Carter-Scott: Ambivalence is like carbon monoxide - undetectable yet deadly. Ambivalence is like carbon monoxide - undetectable yet deadly. — Cherie Carter-Scott
Undetectable Sayings By Rob Reiner: The idea of playing a part where I get to wear a completely undetectable hairpiece The idea of playing a part where I get to wear a completely undetectable hairpiece ... you can't walk away from that. — Rob Reiner
Undetectable Sayings By Chila Woychik: I die with the dying light, yet shine brighter as the darkness approaches. Soon I'll I die with the dying light, yet shine brighter as the darkness approaches. Soon I'll be whittled to bone and stripped clean through, nothing left but a skeleton on which to hang a hat. But have no fear, I look good in hats. — Chila Woychik
Undetectable Sayings By Tom Wigley: Three scenarios for post-Kyoto emissions reductions indicate that ... the long-term consequences are small ... Three scenarios for post-Kyoto emissions reductions indicate that ... the long-term consequences are small ... The influence of the Protocol would, furthermore, be undetectable for many decades. — Tom Wigley
Undetectable Sayings By Viktor Schauberger: I can generate suctional forces, which act indirectly and are entirely undetectable. No current of I can generate suctional forces, which act indirectly and are entirely undetectable. No current of air can be noticed; only an almost imperceptible cooling, as occurs when air is sucked in strongly with the back of the hand held in front of the mouth. It is therefore incorrect to say that I have copied the cyclones and typhoons of the tropics. — Viktor Schauberger
Undetectable Sayings By Bob Newhart: Comedians are innately programmed to pick up oddities like mispronounced words, upside-down books on a Comedians are innately programmed to pick up oddities like mispronounced words, upside-down books on a shelf, and generally undetectable mistakes in everyday life. — Bob Newhart
Undetectable Sayings By John Yorke: if you disguise exposition with 'emotional overlay', it's rendered undetectable.5 if you disguise exposition with 'emotional overlay', it's rendered undetectable.5 — John Yorke
Undetectable Sayings By Juicy J: I'm a producer first, and I know music, so I can jump on any song, I'm a producer first, and I know music, so I can jump on any song, whether it's pop or urban, without changing me. Whatever I do, I'm gonna make it classic. — Juicy J
Undetectable Sayings By Minx M.: The fact that everyone doesn't react in exactly the same way to the same situation The fact that everyone doesn't react in exactly the same way to the same situation implies that our emotions are created within us, based on our past experiences. — Minx M.
Undetectable Sayings By Chuck Schuldiner: I close my eyes And sink within myself Relive the gift of precious memories In I close my eyes And sink within myself Relive the gift of precious memories In need of a fix called innocence When did it begin?The change to come was undetectable The open wounds expose the importance of Our innocence A high that can never be bought or sold — Chuck Schuldiner
Undetectable Sayings By Suzanne Rindell: The slope that leads toward insanity has the paradoxical distinction of being both steep and The slope that leads toward insanity has the paradoxical distinction of being both steep and yet undetectable to the person sliding down it. — Suzanne Rindell
Undetectable Sayings By Lisa Randall: If such external influences are intrinsic to religion, then logic and scientific thought dictate that If such external influences are intrinsic to religion, then logic and scientific thought dictate that there must be a mechanism by which this influence is transmitted. A religious or spiritual belief that involves an invisible undetectable force that nonetheless influences human actions and behavior or that of the world itself produces a situation in which a believer has no choice but to have faith and abandon logic
or simply not care. — Lisa Randall
Undetectable Sayings By Greta Christina: Religion, by its very nature as an untestable belief in undetectable beings and an unknowable Religion, by its very nature as an untestable belief in undetectable beings and an unknowable afterlife, disables our reality checks. It ends the conversation. It cuts off inquiry: not only factual inquiry, but moral inquiry. Because God's law trumps human law, people who think they're obeying God can easily get cut off from their own moral instincts.
And these moral contortions don't always lie in the realm of theological game-playing. They can have real-world consequences: from genocide to infanticide, from honor killings to abandoned gay children, from burned witches to battered wives to blown-up buildings. — Greta Christina
Undetectable Sayings By Mark Steyn: This column was an attempt to convey to British readers something of the flavor of This column was an attempt to convey to British readers something of the flavor of high-school graduation, a ritual largely unknown across the Atlantic and one at odds with the basic organizing principle of English education: The continual assurances by commencement speakers that yours is the most awesome generation ever to walk the earth ring a little odd if you're a survivor of some grim Dotheboys Hall where the prevailing educational philosophy was to lower your self-esteem to undetectable levels by the end of the first week. — Mark Steyn
Undetectable Sayings By Tim Radford: In a nutshell, the universe is 4% visible, 23% undetectable and 73% unimaginable. Welcome to In a nutshell, the universe is 4% visible, 23% undetectable and 73% unimaginable. Welcome to the cosmos, full of mass you can measure but not manhandle, driven by a force you can infer but not explain. — Tim Radford
Undetectable Sayings By David Wong: But here's the thing - lying would have become useless thousands of years ago if But here's the thing - lying would have become useless thousands of years ago if countering it was as simple as dismissing the liars completely. The really good liars were like chemists, brewing formulas that were mostly truth, the toxins undetectable in the mixture. — David Wong
Undetectable Sayings By C. JoyBell C.: I believe that we traverse this Earth, to find the missing materials that we need, I believe that we traverse this Earth, to find the missing materials that we need, for building our eternal homes in the world that is adjacent to this one. Adjacent and unseen; but not undetectable. But then during our lives here, we also utilise materials from our eternal space, for using as we build our lives here in our corporeal space. It is a give-and-take relationship. A give-and-take relationship between our bodies and our souls, between our minds and our spirits. — C. JoyBell C.
Undetectable Sayings By Peter S. Beagle: I am a hero. It is a trade, no more, like weaving or brewing, and I am a hero. It is a trade, no more, like weaving or brewing, and like them it has its own tricks and knacks and small arts. There are ways of perceiving witches, and of knowing poison streams; there are certain weak spots that all dragons have, and certain riddles that hooded strangers tend to set you. But the true secret of being a hero lies in knowing the order of things. The swineherd cannot already be wed to the princess when he embarks on his adventures, nor can the boy knock at the witch's door when she is away on vacation. The wicked uncle cannot be found out and foiled before he does something wicked. Things must happen when it is time for them to happen. Quests may not simply be abandoned; prophecies may not be left to rot like unpicked fruit; unicorns may go unrescued for a long time, but not forever. The happy ending cannot come in the middle of the story. Heroes know about order, about happy endings -- heroes know that some things are better than others. — Peter S. Beagle