Evolution vs. Creation

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FREE SERVANT

Bellevue, WA

#60621 Nov 24, 2012
Orangelion wrote:
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What created your apparent creator, the matter that occured during the big bang?
The voice of God created material things in the beginning and it moved through water. Learn how sound travels through water.
Orangelion

Rhyl, UK

#60622 Nov 24, 2012
FREE SERVANT wrote:
<quoted text>The voice of God created material things in the beginning and it moved through water. Learn how sound travels through water.
I never said I disagree, I actually agreed. I was saying God created the universe but yet he says it doesn't exist, the same could also apply to the matter that caused the big bang. I take it he should stop believing in the big bang as well.
anonymous

Franklin, PA

#60623 Nov 24, 2012
1 - anonymous (Free Servant is playing in the water)
1 - ToManyLaws (Charles Idemi - proof of god because of one non-sequitur and a couple of fancy words dangling in space.)

I've got to admit, ToManyLaws conjures up the good ones.

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#60624 Nov 24, 2012
anonymous wrote:
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The Eastern philosophies are all interlinked and for the most part ARE philosophies, not collections of myths about deities. There are some references to gods and spirits but they aren't required.
Yin and Yang don't have anything to do with deity. Technically, it's more of a Taoist concept but Zen Buddhism has its roots in Taoism.
As an example, consider this dialog between yourself, me and Dogan.
Today, Dogan is playing on the yin, taking a bit of a wait and see approach to your demagoguery. I'm taking a more yang approach, confronting you and taking from you that which matters to you, your pride.
A week or so ago, it was the opposite. At some level, I suppose we both would like to think that you're working out your shortcomings but we've both been around long enough to know that pride is about the only thing holding you together.
What will you do when you decide that your faith has brought you nothing? I'm betting that you'll go the crazy way and charge headlong into the fire.
Go to the east or where ever you are to preach your fallacy.
I am a Christian. Any information about the truth, philosophy and wise sayings, etc, are found in the bible.

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#60625 Nov 24, 2012
Orangelion wrote:
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What created your apparent creator, the matter that occured during the big bang?
Intelligent.
A good one.

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#60626 Nov 24, 2012
anonymous wrote:
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Liar!
Too bad.
You are the liar.

“I Am No One Else”

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Seattle

#60627 Nov 24, 2012
Charles Idemi wrote:
<quoted text> Go to the east or where ever you are to preach your fallacy.
I am a Christian. Any information about the truth, philosophy and wise sayings, etc, are found in the bible.
So you admit you are not scientific and know nothing of science.

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#60628 Nov 24, 2012
anonymous wrote:
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Maybe we should keep a scoreboard for who gets the most nutty comments out of you.
And you know nothing about what will happen in the next one month?
Work on your stupid post.

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#60629 Nov 24, 2012
KittenKoder wrote:
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So you admit you are not scientific and know nothing of science.
Your post are 100% meaningless. There are countless numbers of Christians, who are scientist.

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#60631 Nov 24, 2012
ARGUING with IDIOTS wrote:
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In your above post it mentions a "standard pattern", do you agree there is a standard pattern?
Insofar as there can be said to be a "standard" anything. It "goes" a certain way on every centromere, and then it doesn't.

“I Am No One Else”

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Seattle

#60632 Nov 24, 2012
Charles Idemi wrote:
<quoted text> Your post are 100% meaningless. There are countless numbers of Christians, who are scientist.
More of your "interpretation?" Where did I ever say otherwise? I'll be nice, find anywhere on Topix I said otherwise, you are not limited by just that one single post. But remember to keep it in context.

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#60633 Nov 24, 2012
MazHere wrote:
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We have spoken about ervs and that poster took off down another garden path, then another bright spark came up with human ch2. Who knows where he is hiding.
Normally, I would be a bit taken aback at something like this, but with you, I'm not surprised. Did you just copy paste all that stuff and then skip over my responses to it? Did you miss the part where you posted one thing from a creationist site (garbage), one thing irrelevant to the point at hand, and one thing that supported *my* argument?

That really shows how little you understand what you're talking about. That's why I recommended you did a little reading first, I had to do a little reading about it in the past too, there's no shame in it. But you make yourself look stupid by jumping in feet first, spamming every piece of text you can find - that's how you ended up accidentally posting support for me. You just don't understand the issue.
Orangelion

Rhyl, UK

#60634 Nov 24, 2012
KittenKoder wrote:
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More of your "interpretation?" Where did I ever say otherwise? I'll be nice, find anywhere on Topix I said otherwise, you are not limited by just that one single post. But remember to keep it in context.
LOL, and this coming from a transgender wannabe.
anonymous

Franklin, PA

#60635 Nov 24, 2012
Charles Idemi wrote:
<quoted text> Go to the east or where ever you are to preach your fallacy.
I am a Christian. Any information about the truth, philosophy and wise sayings, etc, are found in the bible.
I don't preach. I made a comment that wasn't about the bible, you narrow-minded and intolerant liar!

“I Am No One Else”

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Seattle

#60636 Nov 24, 2012
Orangelion wrote:
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LOL, and this coming from a transgender wannabe.
Interesting choice of words, considering that I cannot argue with them. The transgendered people can rightfully claim to be the most courageous and bravest people of our time, that does make me wish I was one.

However, that is aside from the point, do you care to try to find something to support the other's assertion or will you concede that they were wrong?
anonymous

Franklin, PA

#60637 Nov 24, 2012
Charles Idemi wrote:
<quoted text> And you know nothing about what will happen in the next one month?
Work on your stupid post.
I know as much as can be attained by assessing probability.

You're the master of the double-nut-fudge sundae!... or Sunday ..or maybe just the owner of some Crackerjack toy prize.

Moses! You don't provide the water. God does. He's banned you from the promised land now. How does it feel to be a monkey wandering the desert who will die some day?

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Everton, Australia

#60638 Nov 24, 2012
Subduction Zone wrote:
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Yes, Lucy is still our ancestor. Both of your articles support that. The jaw that is somewhat gorilla-like is a minor part of its body. The fact that Lucy and others walked upright is still much more significant than that observation.
Once again Mav, don't you even read the articles that you link? The second one explains why Lucy is still considered to be our ancestor. Do you need me to do a copy and paste of your own link? How embarrassing.
You idiot the article I posted suggests that afarensis is a chimp ancestor.

So your strategy is to totally ignore any homology that places afarensis in the chimpanzee line.

What demonstrates with certainty that you have no idea what you are talking about, bipedalism is no longer solely a human trait, obligate bipedalism is.

http://www.sciencemag.org/content/319/5870/16...
"Our findings blur the picture even further," said Robin Crompton of the University of Liverpool in Liverpool, Great Britain, who is one of the study's authors. "If we're right, it means you can't rely on bipedalism to tell whether you're looking at a human or other ape ancestor. It's been getting more and more difficult for us to say what's a human and what's an ape, and our work makes that much more the case."

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/05/...

Some have suggested that the 3.03.7 Myr-old hominin Australopithecus afarensis did not have a longitudinal arch. This assertion is based on the inclination of the facets of the pedal joints [6], and the presence of a robust navicular tuberosity that may reflect weight bearing on the medial side of the foot [7]. However, there is evidence for the calcaneonavicular (spring) ligament in Au. afarensis [8], a structure that supports the talar head in an arched foot. The lateral tarsometatarsal joint appears to be rigid [9], suggesting the presence of the long plantar ligament, another important soft-tissue component of the longitudinal arch. Furthermore, 3.6 Myr-old footprints from Laetoli, Tanzania may provide evidence of an arch in Au. afarensis [10][12]. Others concur that the makers of the Laetoli prints had an arched foot, but hypothesize that they were made by a hominin other than Au. afarensis [13]. Still others do not see the makers of the Laetoli trackway as possessing particularly well developed arches [14].

http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi%2F10....

The above demonstrates that these researchers truely have no idea what they are on about past needing more grant money.

So would you like to try again. Your reasonings in relation to bipedalism is outdated and an obvious sign that you are not up to date with the theory you are trying incompetently to support.
anonymous

Franklin, PA

#60639 Nov 24, 2012
Charles Idemi wrote:
<quoted text> Your post are 100% meaningless. There are countless numbers of Christians, who are scientist.
Definitely NOT you though!

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#60640 Nov 24, 2012
KittenKoder wrote:
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More of your "interpretation?" Where did I ever say otherwise? I'll be nice, find anywhere on Topix I said otherwise, you are not limited by just that one single post. But remember to keep it in context.
Noted.

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#60641 Nov 24, 2012
anonymous wrote:
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I don't preach. I made a comment that wasn't about the bible, you narrow-minded and intolerant liar!
The gap. Noted.

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