proof that god exist!!!

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Tulsa, Oklahoma USofA

#61 Apr 8, 2008
llDayo wrote:
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I'm curious as to how many different "kinds" of birds there are according to creationism.
Two! Two kinds, flapping birds, swimming birds and flightless---THREE! Three Kinds of birds!

Flapping birds, swimming birds, flightless birds and singing--FOUR! Four kinds of birds.

Flapping birds, swimming birds....

“Quantum Junctn: Use Both Lanes”

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Tulsa, Oklahoma USofA

#62 Apr 8, 2008
Bob of Quantum-Faith wrote:
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That is....sad.
My respect for the many just went down a notch, if this is true.
Do you have a link?
LOL!!

My post reads "my respect for the many..."!!!(need to proofread more carefully)

Ought to read:

My respect for the MAN just went down a notch, if this is true.

Do you have a link?
Atiren

South Africa

#63 Apr 9, 2008
Ezra12 wrote:
Proof that God does exist!!!
(1) If reason exists then God exists.
(2) Reason exists.
(3) Therefore, God exists.
CHECK THIS SITE OUT YOU GUYS:

www.proofthatgodexists.org/

it would explain things abit better, no affence Ezral12 :)
The Dude

London, UK

#64 Apr 9, 2008
Seen that before. Guess what your answers lead to?

(eyeroll)

I prefer this one better:

http://www.400monkeys.com/God/

:-p

Since: Apr 07

United States

#65 Apr 9, 2008
Bob of Quantum-Faith wrote:
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That is....sad.
My respect for the many just went down a notch, if this is true.
Do you have a link?
I saw it on topix . It is from a very recent Time magazine article

“I am the great an powerful Ny!”

Since: Dec 06

Lebanon, PA

#66 Apr 9, 2008
Atiren wrote:
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CHECK THIS SITE OUT YOU GUYS:
www.proofthatgodexists.org/
it would explain things abit better, no affence Ezral12 :)
Wow. That was one of the dumbest websites I've ever seen. Apparently the site creator doesn't realize that the words True and Truth are two different things.

“I am the great an powerful Ny!”

Since: Dec 06

Lebanon, PA

#67 Apr 9, 2008
Bob of Quantum-Faith wrote:
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Two! Two kinds, flapping birds, swimming birds and flightless---THREE! Three Kinds of birds!
Flapping birds, swimming birds, flightless birds and singing--FOUR! Four kinds of birds.
Flapping birds, swimming birds....
Don't forget the pooping ones. And the ones that eat meat. And the ones that eat insects. And the ones...

“Creation Science!”

Since: Mar 08

Grand Island, NY

#68 Apr 9, 2008
Water on mars?
Seems ok to me.

Actually, now that I think about it, I shows that earth is perfectly designed to support life. If the atmosphere was stable enough to support life (however long ago), then it would have. It had water, and that's one of the most important things for life. If there was life on mars, we'd see some fossilization.

I like the idea of water on mars. It makes it seem easier to deny abiogenesis. But that's just me.=)
The Dude

London, UK

#69 Apr 9, 2008
Eh?
deanoff

London, UK

#70 Apr 9, 2008
CreationScience wrote:
Water on mars?
Seems ok to me.
Actually, now that I think about it, I shows that earth is perfectly designed to support life. If the atmosphere was stable enough to support life (however long ago), then it would have. It had water, and that's one of the most important things for life. If there was life on mars, we'd see some fossilization.
I like the idea of water on mars. It makes it seem easier to deny abiogenesis. But that's just me.=)
WHAT THE F**K?
Try and read what you typed, and then let us know if it makes any sense to you,because i,ll befucked if i can make sense of it.
Or am i missing something?

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Since: Dec 06

Trapped inside a Klein Bottle

#71 Apr 9, 2008
CreationScience wrote:
I like the idea of water on mars. It makes it seem easier to deny abiogenesis. But that's just me.=)
Why? There is no liquid water on Mars, at least not on the surface. And it is ****ing cold. And there is almost no atmosphere. And, with no magnetic field, the radiation levels are very high. Not at all hospitable to life as we know it, even for the most extreme of extremophiles.

There is some chance that it may have had life in its younger, warmer days when it did have a substantial atmosphere and a magnetic field. There is only a small, outside chance that, if that life did exist then, that some of it survives now.

But, I will point out, we have only explored part of exactly one star system. That is one out of about 100,000,000,000,000,000,000,00 0 stars in the visible universe. That we are unique is the wildest of speculation.

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Since: Dec 06

Tulsa, Oklahoma USofA

#72 Apr 10, 2008
Atiren wrote:
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CHECK THIS SITE OUT YOU GUYS:
www.proofthatgodexists.org/
it would explain things abit better, no affence Ezral12 :)
Bulsh!t little site, isn't it?

“Quantum Junctn: Use Both Lanes”

Level 2

Since: Dec 06

Tulsa, Oklahoma USofA

#73 Apr 10, 2008
Darwins Stepchild wrote:
.... That we are unique is the wildest of speculation.
Yeah, but wild speculation is what "I Just Believe-dammit" people do best.

Just check the number and frequency of these sorts who play the lottery.

They often buy a ticket with the phrase, "I haven't won yet-- this time, I'm sure to win! It's my turn!" (or some variation on that theme)

If they just BELIEVE HARD enough, then they will win the lottery!

<eyeroll>

“Quantum Junctn: Use Both Lanes”

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Since: Dec 06

Tulsa, Oklahoma USofA

#74 Apr 10, 2008
CreationScience wrote:
Water on mars?
Seems ok to me.
Actually, now that I think about it, I shows that earth is perfectly designed to support life. If the atmosphere was stable enough to support life (however long ago), then it would have. It had water, and that's one of the most important things for life. If there was life on mars, we'd see some fossilization.
I like the idea of water on mars. It makes it seem easier to deny abiogenesis. But that's just me.=)
You are EXACTLY like a puddle of water, in a hole in a sidewalk.

You imagine that the hole was made EXACTLY to fit your shape.

You imagine that the sidewalk was created especially for YOU, so that a hole could be put into it, JUST FOR YOUR SIZE AND SHAPE.

Unfortunately, for both you and the water puddle, you have it EXACTLY backwards.

Talk about EGO.

“Creation Science!”

Since: Mar 08

Grand Island, NY

#75 Jul 23, 2008
That's a nice analogy, Bob.
Oh, and I'm back! After a little while.=)
I hope you missed me.

Anyway, the puddle analogy doesn't work because we've searched outside of the earth. We've searched as far as possible, and yet we are the only existing life in the known universe.

So yes. The earth was created for it's inhabitants, and until you've proven that idea wrong, I will continue to accept it as fact.

And puddles can't contemplate their existence.=)
MIDutch

Hartford, MI

#76 Jul 23, 2008
CreationScience wrote:
That's a nice analogy, Bob.
Oh, and I'm back! After a little while.=)
I hope you missed me.
Anyway, the puddle analogy doesn't work because we've searched outside of the earth. We've searched as far as possible, and yet we are the only existing life in the known universe.
So yes. The earth was created for it's inhabitants, and until you've proven that idea wrong, I will continue to accept it as fact.
And puddles can't contemplate their existence.=)
Madame/Mr. CreationScience, pardon me for asking, but what was the other 14.4 billion light years worth of cosmic space created for?

Further, we've only been searching for a few decades. In the overall scheme of a 14.4 billion year old universe, that is rather insignificant, don't you think?

“I am the great an powerful Ny!”

Since: Dec 06

Lebanon, PA

#77 Jul 23, 2008
CreationScience wrote:
That's a nice analogy, Bob.
Oh, and I'm back! After a little while.=)
I hope you missed me.
Anyway, the puddle analogy doesn't work because we've searched outside of the earth. We've searched as far as possible, and yet we are the only existing life in the known universe.
So yes. The earth was created for it's inhabitants, and until you've proven that idea wrong, I will continue to accept it as fact.
And puddles can't contemplate their existence.=)
Actually, we haven't ever been able to study any planets outside our own solar system. We know a few are there but cannot directly observe them due to their distance from us and our current technologies. Saying we're the only existing life in the known universe is quite arrogant since there's literally trillions of stars and a much larger amount of planets. Logic trumps belief.
LODO

Broomfield, CO

#78 Jul 23, 2008
llDayo wrote:
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Saying we're the only existing life in the known universe is quite arrogant since there's literally trillions of stars and a much larger amount of planets. Logic trumps belief.
Even though there is a countless number of numbers, 1+1=2. That's not arrogance that is just the right number. Just like we are the only existing life in the known universe.

“I am evolving as fast as I can”

Since: Jan 08

Brooklyn, in Dayton OH now

#79 Jul 23, 2008
MIDutch wrote:
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Madame/Mr. CreationScience, pardon me for asking, but what was the other 14.4 billion light years worth of cosmic space created for?
Further, we've only been searching for a few decades. In the overall scheme of a 14.4 billion year old universe, that is rather insignificant, don't you think?
Typical God of the Gaps argument. It will either will fall flat when we do discover life, or it will not if we don't. I think the odds are in our favor.

It is not a fact that there is no life in the Universe but us, it is an assumption.

“I am evolving as fast as I can”

Since: Jan 08

Brooklyn, in Dayton OH now

#80 Jul 23, 2008
LODO wrote:
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Even though there is a countless number of numbers, 1+1=2. That's not arrogance that is just the right number. Just like we are the only existing life in the known universe.
1+1 doesn't always equal 2. I work with 1+1=10 every day. I also work with 9+1=A.

It is arrogance to assume something. You do realize that mathematical expression is nothing more than abstraction, don't you?

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