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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Subduction Zone wrote:
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Shh, you will set him off again.
Chuckles will go on for days on end about how the English language belongs to the English. And no, Chuckles is not a native English speaker.
English language belongs to the English( Angles and Saxons). You have no case against that. The truth and nothing but the truth.

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Subduction Zone wrote:
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Shh, you will set him off again.
Chuckles will go on for days on end about how the English language belongs to the English. And no, Chuckles is not a native English speaker.
Ofcourse. English belongs to the English( the Angles and the Saxons).
You have no case against that.

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Charles Idemi wrote:
<quoted text> English language belongs to the English( Angles and Saxons). You have no case against that. The truth and nothing but the truth.
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Yes, there's more than one study showing the inverse correlation between "religiosity" and IQ.
One only needs to read these threads to confirm their findings.
...as Charles (above, right on que) so adeptly illustrates this point...

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I am currently debating at a Christian Forum too, it goes by the name of "Christian Forums". You are supposed to be very polite and not offend anyone there. I don't think I will last too long, the moderators don't seem to apply the rules equally to atheists and Christians.
At any rate I have to get my insults in somewhere.
You don't know how good it feels to tell someone what an a-hole that they are when you have been restricted from doing so.
Dull!
You are already in that hole of abys( bottomless pit).

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Nope you and the other ignorant godbots of this world are a habit that need to be discouraged
There is no justification for religion either except for personal choice but that never stopped you right?
Tell me, does homosexuality effect you in any way? Do you see homosexuals telling the world that you are wrong? Now can you say the same for godbots like you?
Think straight!
What is the essence of women and men, if men are only interested in their sexes, instead of their sexes?
Don't turn your brain upside down.

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Yes, there's more than one study showing the inverse correlation between "religiosity" and IQ.
One only needs to read these threads to confirm their findings.
...either here or at FSTDT.
http://www.fstdt.com/Top100.aspx...
Ah, some real classics there, Kong.

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We have over 7 billion people on earth right now. The largest population the planet has ever seen, and the population is growing exponentially.
According to Fundies (such as yourself),'sexual perversion' is rampant, and "it will pose a negative effects on human population growth".
Do you see ANY logical disconnect here?
When men started having interest in men and women in women, how can procreation be possible?
are we inculcating the right morals in our children or wards in legalising Homosexuality?

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Religion is a habit that for the most part is indoctrinated from birth and such indoctrination is revelled in by those doing the indoctrination of children. It has for thousands of years posed a negative effect on humanity. Christianity for example requires the worship of the first recorded mass murderer who killed children for spite and condoned rape.
And you have the gall to proclaim homosexuality a perversion against humanity.
Irony.
You are only saying that based on your frustrations. Try another road, loser.

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Most perversions are the product cultural bias. Are you preparing to introduce some as absolute?
Charles is stunted on so many levels, it degrades the conversation to address them on a one-by-one basis.
If you don't have any thing meaningful to say, shut up!
You must be stunted for saying that.

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Not the governments job.
Last I saw, you're the only one claiming to be from Nigeria on this site. Where do you get off advising members of democracies to engage in government sanctioned bullying?
We are not talking about politics or nationalism but on homosexuality.

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Charles Idemi wrote:
<quoted text>When men started having interest in men and women in women, how can procreation be possible?
are we inculcating the right morals in our children or wards in legalising Homosexuality?
It is not 'morally right' to extend the same legal rights to EVERYONE, regardless of race, creed, color or sexual persuasion?

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Nope, I am making a comparison between what he denigrates and what he worships and highlighting the hypocrisy of his statements
Then you don't know the meaning of hypocrisy.
You must be an hypocrates.

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Charles Idemi wrote:
<quoted text>When men started having interest in men and women in women, how can procreation be possible?
are we inculcating the right morals in our children or wards in legalising Homosexuality?
...also, what if one of YOUR children turns out to be gay? Would you deny them the rights other (heterosexual) people enjoy?

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People who can't seem to handle the rudiments of grammar of subject-verb agreement in English are not in a position to criticize the capitalization of others.
Too late to bark when the head is off.
I am not perfect like you. But that does not mean that i don't understand what the law of concord and proximity is.

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Drew Smith wrote:
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It's not a "habit". Even virgins know whether they are straight or gay.
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When he's a normal gay guy, it happens all the time.
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Even gay people produce children. I guess you didn't realize that.
Gay people can only produce children if they get married or have intercourse with the opposite sex.
What is wrong is wrong, homosexuality is wrong!!!

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...as Charles (above, right on que) so adeptly illustrates this point...
You have no case in this regard.
English started and developed without extinction in England.

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It is not 'morally right' to extend the same legal rights to EVERYONE, regardless of race, creed, color or sexual persuasion?
Homosexuality is wrong, it should not be a thing our children and wards to know about. It is unhealthy and wrong perversive practise.

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...also, what if one of YOUR children turns out to be gay? Would you deny them the rights other (heterosexual) people enjoy?
I reject that in Jesus name, amen!
The bible says, train up a child in the ways he or she will grow(give him or her the right morals) and they will never depart or deviate from that.

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Cybele wrote:
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I'm sure the people who wrote the bible smoked marijuana plant and mushrooms or other natural hallucinogens aka burning bush. Even tribes, Native Indians, or shamans did it. Religion is a result of delusional beliefs caused by altered consciousness.
But of course it's the chosen elites with their delusions who have the authority to subjugate people into following their religions. It's because they hold power and secret knowledge. But the fact is, the truth is out there.
What we need is Science to explain "religiosity"
"Neuroscientists are uncovering interesting correlations between religiosity, the tendency to feel anxiety and the function of serotonin in the brain."
http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/your-brai...
And now we just have to deal with both Science and Religion with equal importance. They both play a critical role for survival.
So "religiosity" would be a natural construct of the human mind that transcends all ancient and present day cultures...what purpose would it serve in terms of evolution?...surly not one of evolutionary survival.

"religiosity" would seem to me, to be directly related to a higher perception of reality....

No mention of great apes, or monkeys, or any animal for that matter in this article practicing religiosity....why?

It would seem that if we were so closely related as implied by the evolution theory, then religiosity would be readily apparent in the animal kingdom. I cannot even think of one example...can you?

( The praying mantis might be an exception...but I don't think that would that really count?....do you?...lol

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