Evolution vs. Creation

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High school senior Zack Kopplin is leading the fight to repeal the Louisiana Science Education Act of 2008.
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Dude doesn't give two 'hoots'. The question is can he 'shoot?'

Anonymous points a gun in his head. The question is can he 'shoot?'

LOL! You guys are like crack in the head. What shooting stars ;-)

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I was leaning towards hydrogen as well. So explain how it was formed without something created it?
Physicists have a very complete, and extremely complicated answer for that. I do not, ask one of them. Postulating such matters is rather inane and unless you know about physics and quantum mechanics, you will never have an answer, all you can do is make up answers, which is a huge waste of time and effort unless you make money writing fiction.

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Physicists have a very complete, and extremely complicated answer for that. I do not, ask one of them. Postulating such matters is rather inane and unless you know about physics and quantum mechanics, you will never have an answer, all you can do is make up answers, which is a huge waste of time and effort unless you make money writing fiction.
Ah, you just gave me an IDEA. I write fiction, so what, but only on a different level. Not that you can't comprehend it. lol

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Ah, you just gave me an IDEA. I write fiction, so what, but only on a different level. Not that you can't comprehend it. lol
The scientific minds know a lot about the universe, it would take you a hundred lifetimes of solid study to learn it all. It takes less time to study something than it does to postulate pointless fancies, it just requires two things:

1. Lots of work to comprehend it.

2. Admitting you don't know.

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The scientific minds know a lot about the universe, it would take you a hundred lifetimes of solid study to learn it all. It takes less time to study something than it does to postulate pointless fancies, it just requires two things:
1. Lots of work to comprehend it.
2. Admitting you don't know.
or you can make up a lie that reveals the truth. You really need a JUMP start in your brain. It's called search engine. lol

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or you can make up a lie that reveals the truth. You really need a JUMP start in your brain. It's called search engine. lol
Yes, I have developed a couple of those, so what's your point?

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<quoted text>On the very good chance that you really are that ignorant:
"He [Higgs] is displeased that the Higgs particle is nicknamed the "God particle", as he believes the term "might offend people who are religious".
Usually this nickname for the Higgs boson is attributed to Leon Lederman, the author of the book The God Particle: If the Universe Is the Answer, What Is the Question?, but the name is the result of the insistence of Lederman's publisher: Lederman had originally intended to refer to it as the "goddamn particle"." - Wiki.
I bet Higgs was really trying to appeal to a be-LIE-ver.

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Yes, I have developed a couple of those, so what's your point?
I developed a multiple. lol

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<quoted text>Cellular memory isn't really a thing.
Then what is it? Memory cell is just in computers?

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The more I look at the complexeties of living organisms...the more I'm convenced there is a creator...or maybe a whole bunch of creators...

None of this is happen chance...

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Man can fight over assigning this creator, or these creators, personalities, and political motives...

But all that aside...life did not simply evolve, invent itself, out of dead matter...

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The more I look at the complexeties of living organisms...the more I'm convenced there is a creator...or maybe a whole bunch of creators...
None of this is happen chance...
Appeal to ignorance ... and it's your own ignorance.
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Dude doesn't give two 'hoots'. The question is can he 'shoot?'
Anonymous points a gun in his head. The question is can he 'shoot?'
LOL! You guys are like crack in the head. What shooting stars ;-)
Tsk! Tsk! You don't really have a Zen approach to things! Remember my little essay on pain and pleasure? Question: What would be the equation if say, birds or cats or dinosaurs, had 1 or 2 bit responses to pain and pleasure, but quantified on a two or three bit level of parallelism?

You know, I used to think we were all the same inside, like the "rainbow power" preachers like to claim. Bad assumption! Bad monkey! Bad me! ;D

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Appeal to ignorance ... and it's your own ignorance.
Only someone who doesn't study science, and understands laws of nature, would say that...

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nothing is created in a void or vaccum...

And dead rocks, hot lava, cannot, will not, ever produce life...never....

The process has to be started and generated by a creator...

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You don't get 'guts'...and strands of DNA, RNA with millions of coded messages, out of inatimate space dust...

Get over it...
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So now an evolutionist has an idea of Perfection as opposed to Random. lol!
Way to go to have a TOE in your mouth!
Perfection is in the eye of the beholder.

I could say more, but that would not be perfect!

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The anthropomorphic God of the Bible is obviously a male
Jesus perhaps but where does it state in the Bible that God has a physical body? Is the Jewish/Christian/Moslem god not a spiritual being?

No reason to assume the presence of sexual organs. That would presume there was a god of another gender to...
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You don't get 'guts'...and strands of DNA, RNA with millions of coded messages, out of inatimate space dust...

Get over it...
So the dust on the ground hypothesis presented in Genesis is wrong?

What about it just arising out of the primordial ooze?
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<quoted text>Cellular memory isn't really a thing.
Then why do the cells develop an immunity to some things after being exposed to it?

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