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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KittenKoder wrote:
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Pft. Let's test that.
Your entire religion is nothing more than assertions lacking any evidence. Therefore your religion is mythology and you are delusional for asserting otherwise.
you have any thoughts on the Observer Effect?

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you have any thoughts on the Observer Effect?
I don't deal with unsubstantiated applications of hypothetical laws.

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KittenKoder wrote:
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I don't deal with unsubstantiated applications of hypothetical laws.
It's such a cool concept though...no speculations at all?( all religious implication aside)

after all it is quantum physics.
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QuiteCrazy wrote:
rotflmao
what a cope out
who me?:D
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You do know that Mr. Edison was an atheist, don't you??
But that guy JESUS was alright in mine book!!!!

(so quit trying to CONVOLUTE what you know nothing about even-and get a dictionary for simpletons!)
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Not you, all things considered
Catwoman ducked your question.
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xxxooxxx wrote:
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who me?:D
Not you all things considered
Catwoman ducked your question
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thewordofme wrote:
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No, we have quotes from Edison...he was a total atheists, unlike Einstein who was a deist or mild agnostic. Look him up and read about him.
"As we leave the Moon at Taurus-Littrow, we leave as we came, and God willing, as we shall return, with peace and hope for all mankind. God bless the crew of Apollo 17."

On the Apollo 17 mission (December 7-19, 1972),

Because he found space exploration to be utterly "intelligently designed" (not just some random hodge podge "popped into existance".)

FACT.

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QuiteCrazy wrote:
Not you, all things considered
Catwoman ducked your question.
Just makin' sure...wouldn't what ya to think I... was a copout.:D~
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MIDutch wrote:
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For your enlightenment, I was born, baptized and raised as a Christian. I consider myself agnostic with Buddhist tendencies. A "literal and inerrant" translation of the Bible was NEVER a requirement for believing in God and thinking that Adam and Eve and the talking snake and magic fruit and giants and satyrs, etc. were historically and factually real just seemed really silly in the Christian circles I grew up in. Heck, it was my mother and one of the nuns at Sunday school that told me that the stories in the Old Testament were merely myths, fables and fairy tales that God used to teach important lessons to bronze age pastoral cultures that were, for the most part, scientifically ignorant.
If "thinking" adults here in the 21st century want to think those stories are all "literally and inerrantly true" than my using the phrase "bronze age, goat herder FAIRY TALES" is the LEAST of their worries.
:-)

OK, I confess, I had to punch a snotty boy in the nose, ever so slightly-- at *Cateschism* one Saturday a.m., for being BEYOND rude to some of the women of the parish.

I still don't regret it lol.

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QuiteCrazy wrote:
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Not you all things considered
Catwoman ducked your question
No you're wrong!

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xxxooxxx wrote:
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you have any thoughts on the Observer Effect?
Observer effect may refer to:

1. Observer effect (information technology), the impact of observing a process while it is running
2. Observer effect (physics), the impact of observing a physical system
3. Observer-expectancy effect of psychology, how people change their behavior when aware of being watched
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Cybele wrote:
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No you're wrong!
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thum...
Sorry Cybele, I didn't know KittenKoder was a man. That explains much.

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Cybele wrote:
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Observer effect may refer to:
1. Observer effect (information technology), the impact of observing a process while it is running
2. Observer effect (physics), the impact of observing a physical system
3. Observer-expectancy effect of psychology, how people change their behavior when aware of being watched
you had to go look it up now didn't ya...lol
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I really love depantsing 7 and 8 year old boys and then fondling them before they put their pants back on.
You're going to fry!!!!!!!

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Sorry Cybele, I didn't know KittenKoder was a man. That explains much.
Don't worry I got fooled too. I thought it was a frigid woman at first

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xxxooxxx wrote:
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you had to go look it up now didn't ya...lol
Yes

what do you think of no. 3?

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Cybele wrote:
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Don't worry I got fooled too. I thought it was a frigid woman at first
(I always assume everybody on topix is a man, until proven different ...It's safer that way.)

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Cybele wrote:
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Yes
what do you think of no. 3?
well it kinda looks like a bird flyin' sideways...what do you see?

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