I don't really care how many monikers you have or how many you fantasize I have. Make a stupid fake science claim and it gets debunked. Make a stupid birfoon claim and it also gets debunked. It's pretty humorous that you see me behind every tree. Typical paranoid birfoon.<quoted text>
You still don't get it do you? Perhaps you should look back over the past three or four days of postings and see the change for yourself? The fact of the matter is, there are only a couple (maybe three) actual posters on this thread. You're a troll using multiple monikers, aren't you Tenzing? That list is getting pretty long. You are truly a pathetic example of a loser not to mention dumber than a dirt clod. Thanks again for the info. LMAO! tokenpol
Still don't get "it"? Sorry, loser, I'm not gonna try to imagine what's rattling around in your empty paranoid head or what "change" you think is evidence for your unstated deranged hypothesis. I don't play those games.
Really, the dolt proposes a 'change' which he thinks is evidence of 'it'. He's a friggin' lunatic and a cowardly one at that.
I am **used** to debunking pseudoscience. It always plays out the same way. Some gullible fool claims there is "scientific evidence". When he is finally coaxed to reveal a source of this evidence, it turns out to be a thoroughly discredited web site or book. Then when he tries to improve his sources, claiming reputable organizations accept his claptrap, a scratch of the surface reveals no such thing. LRS fits the pattern perfectly. First he insisted there was evidence for a great flood using a childish young Earth pseudoscience web site as alleged source of "geological evidence". When that crashed and burned, he came back with questions raised by that same site, willie the vertical whale and sea shells on mountain tops. Debunked a secodntime, he then proposed that the GSA and ooodles of GSA scientists believe in Noah's Flood, citing a press release FROM Avalon Institute of Applied Science.
Here is the joke: "Read completely or don't waste your time."
Since I read over 1000 wpm it didn't take long to start laughing.
"[O]pportunity to shed light on the mystery of this legend."
Avalon scientists were attempting to find a regional event that could be source of the world-wide flood myth. Any one with better than the reading comprehension of an eight-year old would understand that. However gullible fools can't get past the headline:
Locating Noah's Flood: Winnipeg-based Avalon Institute Sets New International Benchmark in Field of Paleo-Environmental Reconstruction
The semi-literate fool reads the eye-catching headline and never can understand that the rest of the press release has nothing to do with a world-wide biblical flood. Indeed the authors who presented papers studied a putative Black Sea flood, hardly the epochal flood that covered the Andes and Himalayas in creationists fantasies.
And what is Bayou Boy's rejoinder after his fantasy is smashed? "Aw I wuz jest funnin' you!"
Sorry loser, the egg is all over your face.