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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woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>why wouldn't you already know this...seems like 2nd grade level stuff...
oh, are you going to get to this year in school?! how exciting!
Instead of being an idiot,,,, answer it since you stepped up.

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Aura Mytha wrote:
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Determined the universe to be 13.77 billion years old to within a half percent.
If the tree fell in the woods with no one to notice , it hardly even mattered. Make no mistake no time existed with any meaning to anything but the man who understood how to count.
We discovered time as another dimension of the universe

You are right it's human construct, but not time itself but what you associate with time

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... magic lizards talked.
And donkeys.
Don't you get sick of saying the same BS? lol

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replaytime wrote:
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Instead of being an idiot,,,, answer it since you stepped up.
who's the idiot that doesn't know the answer?

star development, galaxy building, stars exploding making heavier elements so our Earth could form with the rich resources we have...you know, all that basic cosmological stuff most 2nd graders know about...

this is going to be an exciting year for you in class, re-lay!

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We discovered time as another dimension of the universe
You are right it's human construct, but not time itself but what you associate with time
time is built into the fabric of the universe...

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woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>who's the idiot that doesn't know the answer?
star development, galaxy building, stars exploding making heavier elements so our Earth could form with the rich resources we have...you know, all that basic cosmological stuff most 2nd graders know about...
this is going to be an exciting year for you in class, re-lay!
So other words you have no clue. But I agree you answered like a second grader would. Just what I figured.

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woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>time is built into the fabric of the universe...
I agree. it doesn't take a rocket scientist to know that!

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So other words you have no clue. But I agree you answered like a second grader would. Just what I figured.
in fact, many clues, and the facts i posted...

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I agree. it doesn't take a rocket scientist to know that!
it took rocket scientist to prove it true...in fact, it took one to come up with the idea!

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<quoted text>time is built into the fabric of the universe...
What is time? Is time the past, present and future?

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What is time? Is time the past, present and future?
yes.

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<quoted text>yes.
Time in reality can't be the future because the universe may implode tomorrow and time will stop. But do tell me how we measure future time.

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Time in reality can't be the future because the universe may implode tomorrow and time will stop. But do tell me how we measure future time.
it was silly answer to a silly question...

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<quoted text>it was silly answer to a silly question...
I figured you would have no answer for you never have an answer of any importance. So I will give you an answer;

Time is a real however it has many facets and it may not be possible to nail down our perception of time to one phenomenon. We feel the flow of time from the unknown future to the fleeting moments of the present and in the memories of the past. The flow of time persists in stories and recorded historical events suggesting that past is just a recorded memory. The present which gives us the real feel of time cannot be measured while the past has measurable durations comparable to recorded and unrecorded events again suggesting the connection of time to memory and that the feeling of the passage of time is an illusion. The future canít be measured in time for you canít measure what has not happened.

Measurement of time seems to involve comparing a known motion with an unknown motion. The feeling of flow of time possibly emerges as our mind tries to make sense of the world filled with motion and change. Time is most likely is a concept created by our mind by merging consciousness, memories, anticipation, perception, change and motion. There however is a real underlying process and there is a cause for this process the exposition of which will bring us to a better understanding of the phenomenon of time.

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I figured you would have no answer for you never have an answer of any importance. So I will give you an answer;
Time is a real however it has many facets and it may not be possible to nail down our perception of time to one phenomenon. We feel the flow of time from the unknown future to the fleeting moments of the present and in the memories of the past. The flow of time persists in stories and recorded historical events suggesting that past is just a recorded memory. The present which gives us the real feel of time cannot be measured while the past has measurable durations comparable to recorded and unrecorded events again suggesting the connection of time to memory and that the feeling of the passage of time is an illusion. The future canít be measured in time for you canít measure what has not happened.
Measurement of time seems to involve comparing a known motion with an unknown motion. The feeling of flow of time possibly emerges as our mind tries to make sense of the world filled with motion and change. Time is most likely is a concept created by our mind by merging consciousness, memories, anticipation, perception, change and motion. There however is a real underlying process and there is a cause for this process the exposition of which will bring us to a better understanding of the phenomenon of time.
again, one generally gives credit when stealing other people's words...

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Dude since you like to talk so much and supposedly know so much. The universe is 13.7 billion years old, the earth 4.7 billion years old. What was there and going on for the 9 billion years before earth was formed?
Of relevance to us?

First generation stars.

The original stars and material of the universe was almost entirely hydrogen and helium with a touch of lithium. The lightest elements.

Heavier elements only formed in the death throes of large gen 1 stars, which then exploded (nova, supernova) and ejected masses of heavier elements. You can look that up for more details. Its a question of the conditions required for heavier element fusion to occur and it only happens in the extreme conditions when massive stars are collapsing as their hydrogen runs out. As they collapse a new round of heavy fusion occurs at even higher temps and pressures and that causes the nova explosion.

Our solar system formed from such a result. Which is why the heavier elements needed for life abound.

Took billions of years of stellar life cycles to even get to a point where biological life as we know it could begin.

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Don't you get sick of saying the same BS? lol
How many children's Bible story activity books do you think have been printed? You want to talk about "get(ting) sick of"? Cartoons of pandas, kangaroos and raccoons grinning from the deck of the ark...

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Who created the Law of Gravity?
God created it.

Man wrote it down.

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<quoted text>Stupidity is not an effective counter.
I like the butcher block counters myself.

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<quoted text>You're the only one spouting this crap. The rest of us know it's nonsense. But then, that's what you're good at.
Ok if it is truly not what you believe explain how time started....

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