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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Feb 6, 2013
 
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>Exactly what info is inadequate? please be specific...
may i just say that this thread is a bit inadequate although looking at how everyone is arguing over different ideas about the subject it makes me proud to be a Topix memember.

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I view atheism as a religious belief. The very idea that they know the absolute truth about what set off the big bang and...
No religious beliefs here. But no reason to make debunking the god hypothesis my goal either. Not sure why the non religious would feel the need to do so.
I would say there is no god hypothesis. even a hypothesis needs to start from some grain of truth, doesn't it? How is a known lie worth even talking about?
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PRIME RIB wrote:
<quoted text>may i just say that this thread is a bit inadequate although looking at how everyone is arguing over different ideas about the subject it makes me proud to be a Topix memember.
hey stupid rib remember me??

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<quoted text>Based on present day human understanding, based on theoredical logic. Space beyond the universe must be included in the Big Bang theory, it is not. Its like trying to contact advanced alien beings using human based technology......not working, will never work.
Space beyond the universe?!? you didn't read the please be specific part, huh?

so yeah, since the big bang theory doesn't explain wormhole travel it can't be true , huh?

go back to scouting area 51 with you binocs, freak...

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One of the biggest fallacy ever propagated by atheists, is that to be a Christian one must know the letter of biblical law, which was directly addressed by the Christ.(Faith)
The rest of the forum is at standstill and here it's on fullspeed...2 pages behind.
I was looking for the reaction by yankee yahoo.

Around 1000 CE thereabouts everybody was even banned from reading it by the church.
And Augustine, said that people did not need to read or even know to read for the real believer would know the content by holy spirit transmission.
And than Paul: just believe and you are saved.
CHEAP...

It's not atheist that have the misconceptions, you could be forgiven for thinking that, but rather all those christians that just stab their fat dirty finger in a book that says BIBLE on the cover, quote at random and out of context and then claim the most stupid prejudice to be true. THE TRUTH as they say usually.

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<quoted text>Space beyond the universe?!? you didn't read the please be specific part, huh?
so yeah, since the big bang theory doesn't explain wormhole travel it can't be true , huh?
go back to scouting area 51 with you binocs, freak...
Ah no, woodtick, poster has a point.
At least in as far as a whole was discoverred in the CMBR.
I've been curious evercinse.
And since the Higgs and a new finding, everone is busy revising mathematics to do with physics.

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The mistakes yours, not mine...pay attention.
So we have shown that your "law' doesn't work in all situations. what was your description of a law again?

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THE CHRONICLES OF RIDDICK wrote:
<quoted text>hey stupid rib remember me??
WHAT!!!!!!! how did you find?? i done thought you left years ago. you couldnt beat me 6 years ago what makes you think you can now??? or are you just here to argue with others on evolution vs creation huh??? no matter have at it and see how long you last

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?????
Science does not explore religious theology. Faith is a completely different concept.
Scientific inquiry is about things which can be studied rationally.
See that whats so funny...your really only using half your brain, because the right side deals with intuitional knowledge(right hemisphere of the brain)...in which theology uses both the rational(left hemisphere of the brain) and intuitional to come to rational conclusions.

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Neutral observer how do you manage to be so consistently wrong about so many subjects.

We could call it the law of Neutral Observer.

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The rest of the forum is at standstill and here it's on fullspeed...2 pages behind.
I was looking for the reaction by yankee yahoo.
Around 1000 CE thereabouts everybody was even banned from reading it by the church.
And Augustine, said that people did not need to read or even know to read for the real believer would know the content by holy spirit transmission.
And than Paul: just believe and you are saved.
CHEAP...
It's not atheist that have the misconceptions, you could be forgiven for thinking that, but rather all those christians that just stab their fat dirty finger in a book that says BIBLE on the cover, quote at random and out of context and then claim the most stupid prejudice to be true. THE TRUTH as they say usually.
pretty classic moves by cults. look at the first rule set out in the christian cult: "don't seek knowledge. Just do as you ae told and all will be perfect." ("oh, and give us your money.." "oh, and get otheres incdoctrinate..er saved and get them to gives us their money..")

yeah, cults hate it when their members learn about the religion behind the cult. best way to get them to leave...

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PRIME RIB wrote:
<quoted text>WHAT!!!!!!! how did you find?? i done thought you left years ago. you couldnt beat me 6 years ago what makes you think you can now??? or are you just here to argue with others on evolution vs creation huh??? no matter have at it and see how long you last
Did you not see the movie "Pitch Dark"?

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MAAT wrote:
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The rest of the forum is at standstill and here it's on fullspeed...2 pages behind.
I was looking for the reaction by yankee yahoo.
Around 1000 CE thereabouts everybody was even banned from reading it by the church.
And Augustine, said that people did not need to read or even know to read for the real believer would know the content by holy spirit transmission.
And than Paul: just believe and you are saved.
CHEAP...
It's not atheist that have the misconceptions, you could be forgiven for thinking that, but rather all those christians that just stab their fat dirty finger in a book that says BIBLE on the cover, quote at random and out of context and then claim the most stupid prejudice to be true. THE TRUTH as they say usually.
you calling faith cheap?...well I guess it is...it's more than cheap, it's free...lol

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Ah no, woodtick, poster has a point.
At least in as far as a whole was discoverred in the CMBR.
I've been curious evercinse.
And since the Higgs and a new finding, everone is busy revising mathematics to do with physics.
hole in teh CMBR...yeah, maybe we bounced off another brane...maybe we didn't. it provides a different cause of the big bang, not a destruction of the theory.

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<quoted text>Did you not see the movie "Pitch Dark"?
I did ...good movie...even the character Vin Diesel played, even believed in God.lol

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you calling faith cheap?...well I guess it is...it's more than cheap, it's free...lol
It seems the value has been properly set.

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#74208
Feb 6, 2013
 
Science fiction...mostly modern day(science)mythology.

(like I said before a horse by any other name is still a horse)

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woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>Did you not see the movie "Pitch Dark"?
Have all of them...excellent.
Still waiting for the brainwave that will bring us the next.
But like a lot of good S.F. be it series of whatever they simply stop, never mind the size of the fan-base.
I never understood why the books of Jack Vance where never put in motion picture.
Often you can recognize certain story-lines of various writers come back in action movies placed in the future.

If you gave that many an F, didn't they go for papers that would just do book research:f.i. how many papers were mentioning gdjehhf a.s.o.

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Feb 6, 2013
 
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>pretty classic moves by cults. look at the first rule set out in the christian cult: "don't seek knowledge. Just do as you ae told and all will be perfect." ("oh, and give us your money.." "oh, and get otheres incdoctrinate..er saved and get them to gives us their money..")
yeah, cults hate it when their members learn about the religion behind the cult. best way to get them to leave...
you be talking about "wolves in sheep clothing"lol

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