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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No it created itself... is your claim. Breaking one of the most fundamental laws of science... you imply An effect without a cause.
But the concept of God creating the Universe does not break the law of cause and effect.
In fact, if you claim that a cause does not need an effect(as you do) then "God dunit with magic" readily applies.
Except creation myths pre date any modern claim that science haqs ever MADE...dOOOOOh!

You can try to shoehorn your catechisms into science but it ain't gonna work...see GODDIDIT was claimed LOOOOOOONG before the Enlightenment...nice brainwashing...catechism screwed you up...too bad...youir stories are fables...I know you probably get all sweaty on the fundiot sites telling them you're '...holding your own on an evolution forum..." Of course you'd lie for Yahweh...see you in hell...

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<quoted text>i've had 'out of body experiences' when lucid dreaming. it is just your brain working. no such thing as a soul or spirit...
Yup, thatís what I was saying, cheers

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So if nothing was created as you claim, you imply that it(Universe) has always been here...is that your claim?
No MORON! The universe is known SCIENFTICALLY as the space-time continuum...EVERYBODY knows that we exist WITHIN framework, this FRAME OF REFEECE...not one scientist thinks that BEFORE ther Big Bang that our curent set of las- those LAWS OF PHYSICS you are so pitiful ignorant of- exist before tat, nor do they make any predictions PRIOR to that singularity, the known forces ween't even in play until AFTER the INFLATION...it is you, MORON!, who keeps parroting this asinine statement...it is YOU who keeps coflating your idotic dogma with REALITY...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inflation_theory

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Well I've got a revelation for you.
"The impossibility of conceiving that this grand and wondrous universe, with our conscious selves, arose through chance, seems to me the chief argument for &#8232;the existence of God."
- Charles Darwin
Did you Darwinist evolutionists know that he held a degree in Theology?
http://withalliamgod.wordpress.com/2010/11/29...
stop lying
And despite that degree in goddidit he helped define a branch of science that has helped make clear so much and has allowed huge advances in genetics and medicine that would not have been possible without his initial insights

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"No one says any life was created"
I do! I claim God created all life.
"The simplest method to explain why there is life is that it's the result of chemical processes"
This is a lie. You expect spontaneous life coming from rain falling on rocks creating a speck of life and that very first self creating speck of life mutated (against all we know about mutations) for the better billions of times (not once but billions of times) to be the mother of all life on the planet. And then put of the other side of your face you claim bottle neck with Adam and Eve.
Andit's YOU who this that an inestupous relationship allowed millions to populate a planet...then they wereall murdered by drowing...then another incestuous family floated around for a year with ALL of the land animals on board, then re-populated he Earth...LOFLOLOLOL...not even worthy of a response...perhaps you and kissy-face can try to out-dumb each other...I bet you two don't even agree on the details...it is youi, MORON, who seems to think there was only ONE puddle, one lightinin bolt and one place where it all happened...ROFLMAO...the sheer level of stupidity is astounding...just stick to catechisms and seewhere tha getsya...NOWHERE but Bronze Age, Middle Eastern, desert-dwelling knowledge...boy, if we could just label you idiots, make you LIVE by your own stupidity- WITHOUT science and ALL of its brilliance- we'd have a MUCH better world...tell me..are you grightenedethat your deity might be an equation? Sounds like it...anthropocentric gullability at its finest.

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So Basically, you can created an X amount of Theories that support whether it do or whether it don't, so you can claim to be right under any circumstance.
Rhetorical BS prevails. LMAO
As opposed to your claims that:
1) All things must have a cause...EXCEPT MY deity of choice.
2) Nothing comes from nothing, except my deity of choice which created ITSELF...from NOTHING...
3) Magic is fake, except when my deity of choice invokes it...
4) Science is right about everything(which is why fundiots go to medical doctors for CURES, use computers for TROLLING, drive cars for expeditious travel, etc, etc) unless it violates the 'my deity of choice did it' axiom of the fundiots....then science is wrong...right?
5) I don't care if science creates my identical twin in the lab and has it slap me in the face...my deity of choice will allow me to move the goalposts to fit my predetermined, catechismic brainwashing because I haven't the intellectual honesty, and I've painted myself into an absolute corner of GODDIDIT

Have summarized this accurately?...precisely? I wouldn't want to deny you any other fundiot dogma...so do tell me what else I am missing...I like to be thorough.

What seems to PREVAIL here, is/are your childish corner-sitting tantrums, denials and complete lack of intllectual capacity to understand even middle-school science...Stupid is a disease, which is easily cured...though not with a fundiot education...you darken the doorstep of humanity with our crap...even more sadly, you seem POUD to be ignorant, which is exactly WHY you're a fundiot moron: THEY LIKE 'EM that way!

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Holy Ghost wrote:
<quoted text>Its complicated. Its mind boggling in the human sense. Tell a story, write a book.......believe? Don't apply human knowledge and theories to Alien Beings. Its like a race between a ant and H. Bolt(fastest man alive). Most humans cant think beyond earth bound concepts.Humans are heading into the future with an anomaly on the brain. If it continues humans will go the way of the dinosaur.
But you have the gift? LOFOLOLOL..and it's U. Bolt(Usain Bolt) thanks or being the laziest alien I know...couldn't even surf the 'net for his correct name? EPIC FAILURE!

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Cybele wrote:
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Well I've got a revelation for you.
"The impossibility of conceiving that this grand and wondrous universe, with our conscious selves, arose through chance, seems to me the chief argument for &#8232;the existence of God."
- Charles Darwin
Did you Darwinist evolutionists know that he held a degree in Theology?
http://withalliamgod.wordpress.com/2010/11/29...
stop lying
Not exactly...http://en.wikipedia. org/wiki/Religious_views_of_Ch arles_Darwin..and as far as ewton..h was no dogmatic trinitarian...http://en.wikipe dia.org/wiki/Isaac_Newton's_re ligious_views

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"Atheism is not a philosophy; it is not even a view of the world; it is simply a refusal to deny the obvious."
-Sam Harris
--American Neuroscientist
Oh what a fundiot world we weave, when we only cut and paste to decieve...
the ENTRE speech is onlin, on youtube...etc..etc
http://www.truthdig.com/dig/item/200512_an_at...

Another epic failure to actually READ- completely! and comprehend...and you have actually college degrees?!?!? From where? Liberty U.? Bob Jones?...wow...burn them in shame.

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THANK YOU!! Finally, someone who doesn't misrepresent the works of Darwin! Stupid narcissistic atheistic pricks. The lot of em.
Except THIS reality check...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Religious_views_...

Now what arrogant, fundiot douche-nozzle?!?

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OR- when read by people actually containing some intelligence, it shows the history of mankind in it's evil wickedness, and how to avoid being wicked, and E-VILE.
You mean when ATHEISTS,non-believers free-thinkers and such read a book, any book they use their INTELLECT? Yup..and hn do, we see the wickedways of Bronze-Age, Mid-East, cults...exactl how do ILLITERATE, non-Latin-speaking leity understand ANYTHING, unless the system of catechismic indoctrination wasn't implemented...do you even know anything beyond what some clergyfolk told you to believe- OR ELSE!!!!..have you ONE orioginal thought?

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I don't think either you or KK are considering the delicate balance of nature, the dependence our culture has on cheap energy or the limited amount of land available for cultivation. There will be a domino effect when demand for food combines with the price to produce food and with the price for shipping food, along with the cost of all of the other niceties of life.
The whole point is that people don't think about how our demands are running up against a brick wall of availability of resources. Personally, I think a massive economic destabilization and subsequent famine will occur within the lifetimes of many people on this forum. There's little population slowdown, and no interest in changing our lifestyles to more efficient ones where we live close to our jobs, produce what we need at home and plan for times of shortfalls.
We're shipping raw materials from all over the world to the places with the cheapest labor and the most careless consumption of fossil fuels, then shipping finished products back to cash rich places like the U.S. for the cheapest prices. We have some of the best energy reserves in the world, but it's dirty bituminous coal that will only accelerate global warming and likely cause a further loss of good farming country.
Meanwhile, our global population is increasing at the rate of a billion or so every decade. Something has to give. It probably won't start in this country, but with likely war and famine, we certainly won't be able to keep it from getting here.
I know. Just more gloom and doom prophecy, but I do understand the survivalists.
Substitute fossil fuels for religion, and survivalist for athest and you may be on to something...

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Crikey!! is it still a board...does it even have keys!
I imagine glasfibers, the slightest appraoch generates about a million typos.:-))
My motherboard crashed on my favourite computer.
But i had a keypad mat, foldable and washable and a starwars mouse. Like those cars with light under. They are forbidden now.
Well the light of the mouse turned out to be quite distracting.
But a laser mouse is an option...and one can dream.
I use a cheap laptop now and have a former computerised weapon specialist do a once over every year.
The next thing i'll look for however is ventilation!
Very important.
It's such a bore to hold the vacuumcleaner to the tiny airvent to stop the thing from overheating.
The heat sink grease used on latops processors will become ineffective in about 24-months...like the battery...manf's etimate the time before you will REPLACE your laptop is before this..get some quality heat dissipating grease(thermal gel)...made with silver...it works VERY well, but you MUST install/place it correctly...I would also sugget you open the lapto and vacuum...all that crap accumulates causing quasi-insulation on parts...as well as on the fan(s) whee it creates drag,etc decreasing the efficency...of coure you should alo keep alaptop of any insulating materials like blankets, fabric, glass...and keep the rear inclined a bit...everything helps...I know this from he same experiences.

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Heres a quick thought why do creationist like to quote Darwin surely now his words are mostly irrelevant let me explain. Why would you quote an evolutionary biologist so bad he didnít even know of the existence of genes? The points Darwin made that survived have been put better or added to by leaps and bounds, so why pick the worst of our lot?

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GatorBUILT wrote:
<quoted text>Except THIS reality check...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Religious_views_...

Now what arrogant, fundiot douche-nozzle?!?
That he was human, tampon.

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Nope, it's a laser image projected onto the table .... you tap the table over the keys. It's awesome. No board, just a small box you place in front of your hands. My fingers get sore when I type too much, so I wind up taking too many breaks with a conventional keyboard. Right now I have an Apple Aluminum, it's really light touch but still more pressure than I can handle sometimes. To be able to just tap ... and get a response .... golden.
That s technology applied from digitizers...if I told you I actualy tried to get some money for that infrared/laser technology would you believe me? I had mentioned this to my stepfather years ago while he watched me use a (GTCO)roll-up digitizer for my construction take-offs drawings, etc...the rigid digitizers utilized infrared-sensing spacial technology, not unlike a burglar alarm r garae door opener to triangulatethe position of the input device...he was fascinated by it, and I said t him....if only these fools could include a keyboard on the table, I wouldn'tave to stand up all day to input the info...grrrr...He said: Hmmm, interesting...you think that's possible?...I said: If it can sense a stylus to within .001" I think it can sense a fingers on a keyboard...h asked me to ivestigate...I looked up patents, and IBM hand patented the damn technology about 1 months prior...those BASTARDS...a couple of years ago he sent me a link to a laser projection of a keyboard sensing device...like this
http://www.brookstone.com/laser-projection-vi... BASTARDS...but I am considering the sme type of technology for small projection video to eplace monitors...wait...those BASTARDS are patenting that as well...damnitalltohell!!

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And despite that degree in goddidit he helped define a branch of science that has helped make clear so much and has allowed huge advances in genetics and medicine that would not have been possible without his initial insights
So did Newton with his Law of Gravity and his mysticism. So did Galileo who was a devout Catholic and known to be the Father of Science. So did Georges Lemaitre, a Catholic priest who proposed the Big Bang Theory, etc. The point is even Scientists believe in a God.

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"In his 2006 book The Language of God: A Scientist Presents Evidence for Belief, Collins considers scientific discoveries an "opportunity to worship". In his book Collins rejects Young Earth creationism and intelligent design. His own belief is theistic evolution or evolutionary creation which he prefers to term BioLogos."
I'm not advocating anything. If he believed in theistic evolution, good for him! ;-)

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Well there ya have it. At least he understood himself. Still a brilliantly passionate man. I have nothing but the utmost respect for his work.
I agree. The was a trainee to be a clergyman. I'm sure he wasn't an atheist.

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Oh what a fundiot world we weave, when we only cut and paste to decieve...
the ENTRE speech is onlin, on youtube...etc..etc
http://www.truthdig.com/dig/item/200512_an_at...
Another epic failure to actually READ- completely! and comprehend...and you have actually college degrees?!?!? From where? Liberty U.? Bob Jones?...wow...burn them in shame.
Here's more:

"The entirety of atheism is contained in this response. Atheism is not a philosophy; it is not even a view of the world; it is simply a refusal to deny the obvious. Unfortunately, we live in a world in which the obvious is overlooked as a matter of principle. The obvious must be observed and re-observed and argued for. This is a thankless job. It carries with it an aura of petulance and insensitivity. It is, moreover, a job that the atheist does not want."

READ THE LAST LINE. Apparently, he is willing to admit that an atheist does not and would not want to have an explanation for God. By stating something like "deny the obvious" he's acknowledging that perhaps the concept of a God is what many thinks is the 'obvious' and that he evidently states that it should be 'observed' and 're-observed.'

I read his book The End of Faith. And most of his criticisms are against Islam religion. And people say he's a closet Buddhist. Go figure.

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