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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Nope, you made your claim first. Besides like most creationists you would simply deny the undeniable. Do you even know what scientific evidence is?
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whatever...dude...but I must say your comic book idea of god is quite amusing at times.
It comes from the bible.

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Charles Idemi wrote:
<quoted text> Ofcourse. To err is human. Scientist are humans.
Well, if one is to take the bible literally, to err is 'godly' as well.

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God said when and why he raises up the mountains and lowered the oceans.
That's why there are clams on MT Everest and things like the Grand Canyon. That's why Diatoms have buried whales whole and on end.
Google "tectonics".

Look at the mineral and fossil records from the west coast of Africa and the east coast of South America.

It is undeniable that the 2 continents were once together.

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Carchar king wrote:
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Sorry dude, creation is also proven
No it's not.

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<quoted text>Boy Howdy! Somthins wrong about this picture you're paintin!
You noticed?!

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whatever...dude...but I must say your comic book idea of god is quite amusing at times.
LOL, talk about having a comic book belief in God. Let's see Comic Book type beliefs:

Adam and Eve, check.

Noah and his Ark, check.

Jonah and the big bad fish, check.

Yup. You fail.

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by all means...show us some scientific evidence.
Creatards don't get scientific evidence from me until they show that they understand what scientific evidence is. I am happy to give lessons on what qualifies as scientific evidence.

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But of course there was.
Where and when??

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LOL, talk about having a comic book belief in God. Let's see Comic Book type beliefs:
Adam and Eve, check.
Noah and his Ark, check.
Jonah and the big bad fish, check.
Yup. You fail.
Sorry...just because you fail to perceive the sublimity of the workings of God, is a failure on your part not mine.

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Carchar king wrote:
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Sorry dude, creation is also proven
No, creation is not proven....and it never will be because it didn't happen that way. We know this for a fact.

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Creatards don't get scientific evidence from me until they show that they understand what scientific evidence is. I am happy to give lessons on what qualifies as scientific evidence.
I know when a source is good.

link pls.

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Creatards don't get scientific evidence from me until they show that they understand what scientific evidence is. I am happy to give lessons on what qualifies as scientific evidence.
thought so...lol...always a claim of evidence, but no evidence presented.

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Subduction Zone wrote:
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LOL, talk about having a comic book belief in God. Let's see Comic Book type beliefs:
Adam and Eve, check.
Noah and his Ark, check.
Jonah and the big bad fish, check.
Yup. You fail.
Planet of the Apes. check.

King Kong. check.

Monkey Shines. check.

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Cybele wrote:
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I know when a source is good.
link pls.
Nope, not good enough. Most creationists don't understand scientific evidence. If they did very few of them would still be creationists.

So do you care to learn what scientific evidence is and why it is defined the way it is or don't you?

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<quoted text> God bless you.
There was no 'Garden of Eden' we know this because we know there was never an Adam and Eve as written in the Bible. Mankind probably evolved in the Ethiopian area of Africa. By the way all humankind originally came from Africa, and almost all non-Afican's today carry a small percentage of Neanderthal genes/blood.

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Sorry...just because you fail to perceive the sublimity of the workings of God, is a failure on your part not mine.
Typical creatard response. You are unable to give any evidence therefore you try to blame your target.

I am willing to give evidence, once you learn what evidence is. I have not seen anyone too anxious to learn what constitutes evidence.

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Typical creatard response. You are unable to give any evidence therefore you try to blame your target.
I am willing to give evidence, once you learn what evidence is. I have not seen anyone too anxious to learn what constitutes evidence.
just give the link, dammit!

I'm doing some research and I need it to write my paper. lol

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Typical creatard response. You are unable to give any evidence therefore you try to blame your target.
I am willing to give evidence, once you learn what evidence is. I have not seen anyone too anxious to learn what constitutes evidence.
target?...sorry dude...I don't think in those terms...I only think in terms of truth.

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Subduction Zone wrote:
<quoted text>No, God did not say that. At best you are getting that from a book of fairy tales written by people who had to be told not to have carnal relations with sheep. And you dodged my question:

Does ice float in your world?
"How does the ice melt on a lake? You will see it there one day and the next it will be gone. What happens to it?

All ice floats on a lake's surface until it is melted. Although it sometimes floats low in the water, it does not sink to the bottom, as some mistakenly believe.

Water is heaviest at 39 degrees, lighter at higher or lower temperatures. Falling air temperatures in autumn and lower sun angles, in conjunction with wind and wave action, result in the lowering of lake temperatures. Because the cooler water is heavier, it will sink, displacing and forcing warmer water to the surface. This continues until the entire lake reaches a temperature of about 39 degrees.

Following this, surface temperatures will fall below 39 degrees and the cooler and lighter water will remain at the surface. As the surface water cools further, it will eventually change into ice.

Because the ice is colder and less dense than the water below it, it floats. In the spring, the reverse occurs. Rising air temperature and higher sun angles cause melting to begin on top of the ice layer.

If there are no cracks or fissures, the melting water will accumulate on top of the ice. If this happens over an entire lake (which is unlikely) or over parts of the lake, one might get the impression that the ice is sinking. But it isn't.

Further warming will cause the ice to become rotted or honeycombed, with water and air filling the void. The dark color of ice in late winter is because of this honeycombing. As the honeycombing process continues, the ice mass floats lower and lower in the water until it is completely melted, but it never sinks to the bottom."

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