Evolution vs. Creation

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Since: Mar 11

Minnesota's North Coast

#75042 Feb 10, 2013
xxxooxxx wrote:
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Bias assumption is not fact.
yes, you should take that staement ot heart.

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#75043 Feb 10, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>why did they start then? cultural phenomenon annot be caused by aliens.
You seriously were a crop circle believer, weren't you? that's gotta burn, huh?
you should apply the lesson learned in believing in something that cannot be proven, and has been proven to be a lie and put that to any spiritual, or religious thoughts you were indoctrinated into.
I'm not indoctrinate in anything.

as far as proof...intrinsic, intelligent processes readily observable and testable, that exist all around is the proof.If that's what you need.

Since: Mar 11

Minnesota's North Coast

#75044 Feb 10, 2013
xxxooxxx wrote:
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I'm not indoctrinate in anything.
as far as proof...intrinsic, intelligent processes readily observable and testable, that exist all around is the proof.If that's what you need.
yes, and all of those show that your little crop circles are fakes. made by human that know other humans are easily duped by what they want to belive, regardless of the obvious facts.

religion and fatih in gods and spirits falls into the same category. baseless in facts and used to subjegatethe weak minded...
Avanzado

Kansas City, MO

#75045 Feb 10, 2013
woodtick 57 wrote:
<quoted text>In many they don't especially in the muslim countries. there you almost have to be part of the cult.
The leader of the Muslim world said, "We will not fight wars to take over the world, we will take it by overpopulation". Its a Hitler mentality in reverse......Cult beyond reason. DearBorn, MI holds the largest population of Muslims in the US. Its not uncommon to see muslim women pregnant or with 4 0r 5 kids in tow..........

Since: Mar 11

Minnesota's North Coast

#75046 Feb 10, 2013
xxxooxxx wrote:
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I'm not indoctrinate in anything.
as far as proof...intrinsic, intelligent processes readily observable and testable, that exist all around is the proof.If that's what you need.
you believe things that cannot be proven. things that have been proven false.

how is that not indoctrinated?

“H-o-o-o-o-o-o-ld on thar!”

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Since: Sep 08

The Borderland of Sol

#75047 Feb 10, 2013
xxxooxxx wrote:
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Bias assumption is not fact.
Wait, doesn't that kinda blow your "aliensdiddit" out of the water?

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#75048 Feb 10, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>My video could have been corroborated. time of the year, place of origin. the fact that a metoer showere was happening at the time.
why hasn't this fguy's pictures been proven to be evidence of ufos? because they cannot be?
eye witnesses are the most unreliabvle form of testimony. proven fact.
you still could have faked it...regardless.(even if a meteor shower was going on at the time.)

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Since: Sep 08

The Borderland of Sol

#75049 Feb 10, 2013
xxxooxxx wrote:
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He has plenty of pictures and eye witness testimony...
earlier you said yourself that the picture you had of a meteor was proof that you seen it...
quit changing standards to support your own views.
He's got pictures of aliens making crop circles?

May we see them?

Since: Mar 11

Minnesota's North Coast

#75050 Feb 10, 2013
xxxooxxx wrote:
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you still could have faked it...regardless.(even if a meteor shower was going on at the time.)
i sure could have, but any decent scientist would be able to tell. this is why all the "proof" of Ufos, has, as yet, not provided on iota of verifiable evidence of such.

you are fighting a lost argument.

why do you believe in crop circles created by UFOs when they have been proven to be created by humans? is it that easy to ignore reality for you? is it htat embarrassing for you to admit you were duped?

Since: Mar 11

Minnesota's North Coast

#75051 Feb 10, 2013
Avanzado wrote:
<quoted text>The leader of the Muslim world said, "We will not fight wars to take over the world, we will take it by overpopulation". Its a Hitler mentality in reverse......Cult beyond reason. DearBorn, MI holds the largest population of Muslims in the US. Its not uncommon to see muslim women pregnant or with 4 0r 5 kids in tow..........
When in fact, most of the areas that are now predominently Muslim WERE taken by force. bloody, ruthless force.

this is the way of allreligions. believe what I believe or I will kill you in the name of my god...

classic.

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#75052 Feb 10, 2013
anonymous wrote:
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Well, no, actually this one case where Charles is right. Agnosticism would be a more faithless point of view. Atheism simply is a faith where one is convinced that no external intelligence is involved in the activities of the universe. It can't really be proven therefore it IS faith.
I get what you mean though. Charles is simply incapable of facing the universe on terms that he can't anthropomorphize.
Look before you leap!

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#75053 Feb 10, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>Hardly.
it is the realization that the idea of a creator doesn't even come into play until there is at least some shred of evidence of such.
See? A lack of any belief. relying on the facts in front of us.
Oh, by the way...i love all your quotes, anonymous. you must be very, very old. do you chalk it up to good living?
No single shred of evidence can invalidate or disprove the existence of God.

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#75054 Feb 10, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>it is not a nonbelief. it is that it isn't even a wuestion until some evidence for the myth exists.
do you consideer yourself an Aeasterbunnyest? do you wake up every morning and ponder the possibility of a bunny delivering colored eggs and chocolate around the planet?
getr serious. join the 21st century.
Good created the universe!
Is that too big for you head to absorb?

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#75055 Feb 10, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>i sure could have, but any decent scientist would be able to tell. this is why all the "proof" of Ufos, has, as yet, not provided on iota of verifiable evidence of such.
you are fighting a lost argument.
why do you believe in crop circles created by UFOs when they have been proven to be created by humans? is it that easy to ignore reality for you? is it htat embarrassing for you to admit you were duped?
I was only questioning your logic of assumption...That if one crop circle is made by people, that all crop circles are made by people...

and your calling this logical deduction?lol

“what we think we become”

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Since: Aug 11

above and beyond

#75056 Feb 10, 2013
The Biophysics of Crop Circles

If an artificial or electromagnetic energy source is interacting with the natural cycle of plants, it is perfectly natural to assume the effect is verifiable at the microscopic level.

In 1988 Andrews and Delgado sent plant samples from crop circles, together with controls, to Signalysis laboratory in Stroud, England. The samples were processed by Kenneth and Rosemary Spelman in accordance with a procedure approved in the German Government's "Pharmacopoeia for Homeopathy" for spagyric preparations- a process normally used in the diagnosis of human blood samples. The method allows for the crystalline structure of fluid to be examined under a microscope.

Their results revealed how the irregular pattern in control samples had taken on a strict structuring pattern inside crop circles - energy of some type had changed the plants' crystalline structure. A separate barrage of tests on samples from a crop circle in Argonne, Illinois, by molecular biologist Kevin Folta, even showed that the plant DNA was considerably more degraded than the controls.

After the Spelmans' tantalizing report was published, Pat Delgado was contacted by another interested party, this time from Michigan, hoping to follow up on what the initial UK experiments had started.

Dr. W. C. Levengood is a respected biophysicist. Over the course of his multi-disciplinary career he has conducted investigations into such areas as the effects of solar and cosmic rays on the reproduction of living organisms, and the relationship between ion transport and vigour selection in seeds. In addition to his worldwide reputation he holds six patents and has written fifty peer-reviewed papers.

Levengood's curiosity led him to investigate the possibility of molecular changes in crop circle plants. After thousands of hours of field work and laboratory studies on hundreds of crop circles, as well as controlled man-made scientific experiments and tests on control samples, a series of statistically significant anomalies were detected.

...Levengood concluded that "the energy mechanism producing quantitative alterations in the plant stem nodes falls within the framework of a straight-forward and widely applied principal of physics [Beer's Law] dealing with the absorption of electromagnetic energy by matter," strongly suggesting that an energy source "originating in the microwave region" had boiled the water inside the plants' nodes, effectively transforming it into steam.

more
http://www.cropcirclesecrets.org/biophysical....

The fake crop circles cannot even replicate the microwave effect on the crops. No human technology can even match it. Go figure!

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#75057 Feb 10, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>so how do you feel about kandadogon's posts? i don't see you defending his views of the same god you worship. why is that?
your religious cult isn't inherently divisive, is it? is it?
c'mon, this should be really funny...
Islam, like Christianity and Judaism are both Abrahamic religions that believes in the existence of God.
The difference between them, are their mode of worship.

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#75058 Feb 10, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>When in fact, most of the areas that are now predominently Muslim WERE taken by force. bloody, ruthless force.
this is the way of allreligions. believe what I believe or I will kill you in the name of my god...
classic.
"the way of all religions are bloody and ruthless."

why do you propagate such obvious mis-information?

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#75059 Feb 10, 2013
Charles Idemi wrote:
<quoted text>Good created the universe!
Is that too big for you head to absorb?
Typo:
I meant that, God created the universe!
Is that too big for your head to absorb, Woodtick?
Alien Outlaw

Kansas City, MO

#75060 Feb 10, 2013
Charles Idemi wrote:
<quoted text>Good created the universe!
Is that too big for you head to absorb?
The first sentence in the Bible," God created the heavens and the earth". God said that? Or, human imagination did? Just because a story is in black and white with drawings and fables galore doesn't make it real or true. Humans are gullible and easily influenced by others. Products of their environments. Brainwashing is a term that comes to mind......cult also.
rider

Gwinn, MI

#75061 Feb 10, 2013

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