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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The Dude

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Jan 24, 2013
 
bohart wrote:
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I don't believe people want to be evil,its just that humans are primarily evil in their nature, its what we are.
You can't help it. Fundies are brought up that way.
The Dude

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Jan 24, 2013
 
Thomas Robertson wrote:
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It's nice of you to offer to serve as The Dude's spokesman,
but I don't recall The Dude ever saying that Darwin had the last word.
That's the last thing Darwin had. Which is why evolution has evolved since his day. I don't worry about Chuck though, he's barely capable of speaking, much less speaking for anyone else. But if he thinks he can speak for God Almighty, he sure ain't gonna worry about trying it with me. Or anyone else for that matter.
The Dude

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Jan 24, 2013
 
xxxooxxx wrote:
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I disagree...
It's methods are souly based on Science, and scientific concepts.
Dianetics Video: An Introduction to Dianetics
Hoo boy...

Did they find Xenu yet?
The Dude

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Jan 24, 2013
 
xxxooxxx wrote:
Science falters as a religion, because it is godless, soulless, nihilistic and self serving.
Science is merely a tool for understanding the universe. It's not meant to be used as a religion. But if you really hate science that much then stop using your computer, forgo all medical care, leave your house, go live in a cave and go hunting for your own chickens.
The Dude

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Jan 24, 2013
 
xxxooxxx wrote:
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You even have the scientific missionaries here, trying to win converts....LOL
Actually I don't recall many scientologists on here now that you mention it.

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The Dude

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Jan 24, 2013
 
xxxooxxx wrote:
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so you disagree with my statement that...
"It's methods are souly based on Science, and scientific concepts"
It's a Science cult...admit it.
Nah, we just call them cults. You could easily call them a "driving cult" instead just because many of them drive cars. But that doesn't make car manufacturers and drivers all part of the same cult.

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Jan 24, 2013
 
The Dude wrote:
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Christians who accept evolution. Bear in mind that evolution is generally accepted in the UK. There are some private religious schools (around 50 or so) that teach religious fundamentalism instead, of course they are in the minority. Ergo, since if the UK is mostly Christian as you claim, most of those Christians accept evolution.
In fact the only countries that don't tend to be third world, or in or close the Middle East where your fellow fundie Muslim pals live. Or America, who prefer outsourcing their scientists from other countries.(evil grin)
Those Christianity may have supported evolution but never above their faith.
Evolution means change, transition or metamorphosis, etc.
Christians do believe in changes or metamorphosis, but not changes from non human to human form...
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Jan 24, 2013
 
xxxooxxx wrote:
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"And probably" ?...subjective argument with no proof...dismissed.
But you accept his claims without evidence? Interesting. All I did was point out a valid reason for doubt. It's even possible that *some* of the quotes *may* be correct. But since everyone's religious opinions are utterly irrelevant anyway I didn't worry about investigating it further. It's not like his post supports his position, it was merely argumentum ad populum.
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Jan 24, 2013
 
Charles Idemi wrote:
<quoted text> Oh!
He said so in that little head of yours...
Python humour is above you.
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Jan 24, 2013
 
Charles Idemi wrote:
<quoted text> Those Christianity may have supported evolution but never above their faith.
Evolution means change, transition or metamorphosis, etc.
Christians do believe in changes or metamorphosis, but not changes from non human to human form...
Actually yes, they accept the theory of evolution as the theory of evolution is described. Which means common ancestry. So like I said, either the UK (in your narrow little mind) is either mostly non-Christian, or most Christians in the UK accept evolution precisely the way that you don't like them to. And your dishonest attempt to ignore that means diddly squat.(shrug)

Same with your belief that you have the ability to judge all Christians like God can. You are after all just another uneducated fundie with an ego that contributes to the Earth's axial tilt.

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Jan 24, 2013
 
The Dude wrote:
<quoted text>It was the only one I could find at short notice, I've had homework to do. I intended to find something with a just a little more "umph", but still along those lines.

RappinRollerCoaster wrote, "Now I still like eminem but his lyrics hold just some nasty stuff, if you see what I'm saying "

From what I've heard. He was depressing as hell until his songs lightened up a bit.
He well he had a horrible life and career until he was found by dr dre I think, then he took off but got into drugs and all of that his songs were crude and he disappeared only to reappear in a concert renewed and refreshed then his song became much better in my point of view.
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bohart wrote:
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I don't believe people want to be evil,its just that humans are primarily evil in their nature, its what we are.
I believe you've been schooled to hate yourself. There are times where I think human beings have less of a natural moral compass than animals though.

I prefer to work on the assumption that the only thing for sure is that you only have one life to live. You can believe in reincarnation, but that doesn't mean you can take your memories with you, so what purpose would it serve? You can believe in an afterlife, but you have no idea as to what it would be like. The only thing you can even begin to believe in for a reason, is the golden rule ....unless you're ready to be a predator against your own species.

That is why this thread should even have something to offer to zealous creationists.
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Jan 24, 2013
 
The Dude wrote:
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That's nice. But this thread is about evolution and creationism. If you wanna say one of 'em is more educated than me about car mechanics, great. But it's completely irrelevant.
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Well when I'm about to fly a plane into a building I'll let you know.
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Ah, but fundamentalism is insane. It's bred by ignorance. Hence people exist who fly planes into buildings and strap bombs to their chests because they were indoctrinated with stupid since birth.
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What are you talking about? The debate was won decades ago. If you're referring to this thread in particular, the debate was won very early on. The vast majority of the fundies on this thread were not here when it started. And they probably won't be next year. But ignorance always comes back. And there will be people around to correct their assertions. You make it sound like I expect some kind of resolution whereby the evolutionists finally convince the fundies their ancient superstitions were unsupported, the thread ended and we rode off into the sunset after saving the world or something. If I ever thought that way I would have been disappointed many years ago.
You're parsing. I'll assume that you're working on a logical theme for now, but if it gets political, I'm cutting you off!:)

The debate was won, if you embrace the logic of science. If you're just here to metaphorically stick pins in dead bugs and mount them in a picture frame, well...... that might be considered a bit sick! Just saying!
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Jan 24, 2013
 
Charles Idemi wrote:
<quoted text> Pierre?
Pierre?
Pierre Boulle? Excellent author!
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Cybele wrote:
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I can't help it if people find me cute. lol ;-)
http://bodyodd.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/01/22/1...
Awwww. They bleeped my post for you!

Well, it's a nice site but it might be considered spam. You'll just have to imagine how to get to a commercial web site using the word "pupppybeef". Master Yoda recommends it as a fine place to get the best stew meat in the Degobah system!

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Jan 24, 2013
 
Charles Idemi wrote:
<quoted text> You are indeed blind.
He keeps using that word "proven" without showing any proof. I think he's modeling his online persona after Mrs. Clinton's, IOWs, he's all duck and dodge.
xD

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The Dude wrote:
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Python humour is above you.
Likewise.

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Actually yes, they accept the theory of evolution as the theory of evolution is described. Which means common ancestry. So like I said, either the UK (in your narrow little mind) is either mostly non-Christian, or most Christians in the UK accept evolution precisely the way that you don't like them to. And your dishonest attempt to ignore that means diddly squat.(shrug)
Same with your belief that you have the ability to judge all Christians like God can. You are after all just another uneducated fundie with an ego that contributes to the Earth's axial tilt.
You have not address the point. Evolution from non- human to human, are un-acceptable...

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Jan 24, 2013
 
xxxooxxx, what do you mean by a “science cult”?
I’m curious to see whether or not you think the Aetherians are a science cult.
The founder and leader of this group is Sir George King, so-called because he was knighted by a descendent of the Byzantine emperors.

Sir George King receives messages from the Cosmic Masters, an interplanetary parliament which meets on Venus.
He was told that he would be appointed the Earthling representative, except that Earth is not yet spiritually advanced enough to earn a place in this parliament.
In case you’re wondering why a space probe never uncovered any signs of life on Venus, it is because the people there are on a “higher vibrational frequency” than we are, whatever that means.

The people on Venus were nice enough to loan us their Cosmic Master for a while, in the person of Jesus Christ.
The Star of Bethlehem was really a Venusian spacecraft hovering overhead.

Don’t laugh. You should be grateful, because the Martian Cosmic Master saved our lives.
A group from the other end of the galaxy came our way with a giant water pump, intent on draining our ocean basin.
Then we would all die of thirst they would take over the planet.
But our Martian hero arrived just in the nick of time, driving a two-mile-long spacecraft which was radar-proof and invisible, since the Martians are on a “higher vibrational frequency.”
Don’t ask me why the Venusian spacecraft wasn’t also invisible, because I honestly don’t know.

The Asteroid Belt was originally one big planet.
The inhabitants of that planet were ecologically unwise, so the planet exploded.
That left millions of people who were supposed to live on that planet, but who were now left without a home.
The Cosmic Masters asked our planet if it would take on those poor unfortunate waifs, and our planet agreed.
(Planets are organisms.)
Some of us living on this planet were originally intended to live on this planet, some of us were originally intended to live on what is now the Asteroid Belt.

One thing you gotta say about religionists and New Agers: they’re entertaining.

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anonymous wrote:
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Pierre Boulle? Excellent author!
Pierre, that is also your name...

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