Evolution vs. Creation

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The Dude

Birkenhead, UK

#101312 Oct 16, 2013
replaytime wrote:
<quoted text> I will agree with you on one thing. You learned just "a little science"
Which makes me infinitely more knowledgeable than your average fundie.
replaytime wrote:
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Go sail a ship with out those imaginary lines. Helll even without a compass being N,S,E and W only exist on a map or compass. Then see how you do. Hopefully you will get lost and not return. lol
And does this address the fact that I am right? No.

Replay, just to give you fair warning - Chuck is insane. Srsly. And he thinks those lines are *literally* a part of the Earth itself and not a navigational aid applied to maps by people.

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#101313 Oct 16, 2013
The Dude wrote:
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Which makes me infinitely more knowledgeable than your average fundie.
<quoted text>
And does this address the fact that I am right? No.
Replay, just to give you fair warning - Chuck is insane. Srsly. And he thinks those lines are *literally* a part of the Earth itself and not a navigational aid applied to maps by people.
From what I read he is using them as a reference of invisible. You can't see them but they are what guide us so we don't get lost. You can't see God either but if you believe and have faith, God will guide you as well so you don't get lost,,,, is what I think he is trying to say.

“Pissing people off since 1949”

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Since: Apr 08

Lakeland, FL

#101314 Oct 16, 2013
replaytime wrote:
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mystified; verb (past of, mystify adjective)
1.puzzled or confused
2.state of enchantment as concerns person or event
http://www.allwords.com/word-mystified.html
LOL! You can try all you want but to be fixated on a single word in the title of a article that means they were puzzled or confused on how it happened, but you can't grasp that, is kind of silly. But do carry on.
The title of the article is no more than that. The scientists weren't mystified or confused. While they were somewhat surprised it survived, they also never took the position it had to be destroyed. Just likely.
Why do you hate scientists so much? Talk about fixations!
And, no, I didn't do the icons. Someone else apparently thinks you're a bit of a dork as well.

“ The Lord of delirious minds.”

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#101315 Oct 16, 2013
ChristineM wrote:
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No it isnít! It may be how you reacted, but many people were perfectly aware of the fragility of our ball of rock in a hostile solar system. All the discovery of the Yucatan event did was validate that understanding.
Do you have ANY idea of the size of the sun? Even a big comet would make no difference, a mere drop in the ocean. Any solar flare would devour/vaporise a comet before it got close enough to make a drop mark on the surface.
Here is something for you to ponder, at least 1,300,000 earthís would fit in the sun. but perhaps a comet the size of Jupiter would make an impression but a comet the size of a comet creating the damage you are so paranoid about is just laughable
More info to educate yourself with, debris is falling into the sun and just about every other object in the solar system all the time. Around 14 million tons of debris from space falls on the earth each year. I canít be bothered with the calculations but it is possible to use that figure to estimate given the surface area and colossal gravity of the sun how much falls into the sun.
As they say, a little knowledge can be dangerous and it is sure that you have little knowledge.
Actually you were the one pretending and what if and maybe, I was simply having a laugh at your expense

You mean you don't think my red rider bb gun,
can't destroy the moon? Gosh Darnit!

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#101316 Oct 16, 2013
MikeF wrote:
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Oh, come on! Gravitational lensing is caused by blowing the picture up too much. Don't you keep up with Ryan Science??? Sheesh!
lol cough dun duh dah da duh duh. he he he he.

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#101317 Oct 16, 2013
Charles Idemi wrote:
<quoted text> Since those lines exist, that people can not see. God almighty also exist.
I bleep!

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#101318 Oct 16, 2013
MikeF wrote:
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The title of the article is no more than that. The scientists weren't mystified or confused. While they were somewhat surprised it survived, they also never took the position it had to be destroyed. Just likely.
Why do you hate scientists so much? Talk about fixations!
And, no, I didn't do the icons. Someone else apparently thinks you're a bit of a dork as well.
I don't hate science. It is an awesome tool. But unlike you I know science can be wrong. They are not always right as you seem to think they are. Up until Lovejoy passed through the corona they believed it could not happen. That is the thing with science. They make theories and guesses and it is perceived right because usually there is no way to show it wrong, until Lovejoy proved it wrong. I say there is life on 18 other planets, in 18 other galaxies. It has to be right because you can't prove me wrong.

“Pissing people off since 1949”

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Lakeland, FL

#101319 Oct 16, 2013
replaytime wrote:
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I don't hate science.
Could have fooled me.
replaytime wrote:
It is an awesome tool.
It is
replaytime wrote:
But unlike you I know science can be wrong. They are not always right as you seem to think they are.
Provide the post number where I made such a claim. OR STFU.
replaytime wrote:
Up until Lovejoy passed through the corona they believed it could not happen.
They though it unlikely. Not certain. You seem to have a great deal of difficulty with such a simple concept.
replaytime wrote:
That is the thing with science. They make theories and guesses and it is perceived right because usually there is no way to show it wrong, until Lovejoy proved it wrong.
Everything you just posted is wrong. Starting equating scientific theories with guesses.
replaytime wrote:
I say there is life on 18 other planets, in 18 other galaxies. It has to be right because you can't prove me wrong.
Are you REALLY this stupid? Or just playing at it? If the latter is the case, you're doing an excellent job. Congratulations.

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#101320 Oct 16, 2013
Charles Idemi wrote:
<quoted text> Of course, but they do exist, what about the date lines, where either gain or lose a day? Is that not a reality? Can you physically see those date lines?
I can see sht in the dark, Infrared forward looking radar with look down shoot down capability. I can see 900 yards 20x closer with a
TruPlex rectical low light with 1/4 click moa, that translates to
6 in a 1/2 inch circle @ 100 yards. The imaginary line is outside the 9 ring.

Does that answer your question?

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#101321 Oct 16, 2013
Charles Idemi wrote:
<quoted text> Can science create a natural human brain? No. Science only complements the work of the almighty.
Then how come he didn't give you some?

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#101322 Oct 16, 2013
The Dude wrote:
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Actually you already demonstrated quite adequately that you don't have the slightest f cking clue.(shrug)
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Actually the evidence already provided DOES go against your claims. The fact that you not only ignored it but didn't even understand a single word of it is rather telling. It's not just simple time factors that's a problem, it's the massive massive inbreeding which leads to inevitable population decline. And that's not a tenable position when you only start with 8 people, half of which are already related. And even worse for the animals who had only two.
In short, you're talking out your azz. This is not a problem. Just say Goddidit with magic and all your problems will be solved.
Hey Dud! use your scientific genius to tell us all again how massive inbreeding wouldn't allow for a population of only two animals to flourish yet you believe that all life came from a puddle of goo!....ha,ha,ha,ha.

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#101323 Oct 16, 2013
bohart wrote:
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Ha,Ha,hA,...I see you are still a reliable fool who doesn't have a clue. A population couldn't possibly start with two people or two animals, but it can start with a puddle of goo! You really need to be on the comedy channel, you are not ignorant, no, that comment shows you are simply stupid, reinforced by a hatred infused denial of any opposing opinion of your nihilistic world view .Don't despair! you have brethren of the same stupidity, the sucking bone who stated that,...( something that was alive then died can't come back to life,..but something that was never alive could come to life). Ha! both of your statements show a total lack of any intelligent thought process, certainly devoid of logic.
Now! let the evo-puddlegooists rush to the defense of their stupidity exposed brethren.
once more for the Dud,..and sucking bone!

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#101324 Oct 16, 2013
Kong_ wrote:
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While all that is true going to and leaving there, apparrently there's no way IN Hell you're gonna get 23mpg.
Sulfur and brimstone plays hell with the mass airflow sensor, not to mention running the A/C on max. On the upside, it's a dry heat.

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#101325 Oct 16, 2013
bohart wrote:
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Hey Dud! use your scientific genius to tell us all again how massive inbreeding wouldn't allow for a population of only two animals to flourish yet you believe that all life came from a puddle of goo!....ha,ha,ha,ha.
Massive inbreeding in a population of two?
Have you thought this out carefully ?

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#101326 Oct 16, 2013
Kong_ wrote:
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Ancient sailors did so for thousands of years. All without sight of land.
All in the STARS...and the Seagulls.. They know where LAND is...DUH!!

“Nihil curo de ista tua stulta ”

Since: May 08

Orlando

#101327 Oct 16, 2013
ChromiuMan wrote:
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Sulfur and brimstone plays hell with the mass airflow sensor, not to mention running the A/C on max. On the upside, it's a dry heat.
Yeah, but you'll probably only get shitty rap stations on the radio.

That and 24 hour a day Elvis.

Meh!

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Since: Sep 08

Everett, WA

#101328 Oct 16, 2013
replaytime wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't hate science. It is an awesome tool. But unlike you I know science can be wrong. They are not always right as you seem to think they are. Up until Lovejoy passed through the corona they believed it could not happen. That is the thing with science. They make theories and guesses and it is perceived right because usually there is no way to show it wrong, until Lovejoy proved it wrong. I say there is life on 18 other planets, in 18 other galaxies. It has to be right because you can't prove me wrong.
No, they were very surprised when it happened. They did not think it could not happen. And Lovejoy barely made it through. If I recall correctly it lost 90% of its mass. They thought that a comet approaching the Sun that closely was very unlikely to survive.

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#101329 Oct 16, 2013
Colorado Chick wrote:
<quoted text> All in the STARS...and the Seagulls.. They know where LAND is...DUH!!
Great! So all I have to do is when I go sailing is to ask John Travolta where the land is. Got it.

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Orlando

#101330 Oct 16, 2013
Colorado Chick wrote:
<quoted text> All in the STARS...and the Seagulls..
Latitude can be determined from an intimate knowledge of the stars and a fixed reference spot on land. LONGITUDE requires an accurate measurement of time. Something that was not developed until the late 1700's.
Colorado Chick wrote:
<quoted text>They know where LAND is...DUH!!
Historically, that is not at all accurate.
Especially as to the colonization of the South Pacific islands.

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#101331 Oct 16, 2013
Kong_ wrote:
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Latitude can be determined from an intimate knowledge of the stars and a fixed reference spot on land. LONGITUDE requires an accurate measurement of time. Something that was not developed until the late 1700's.
<quoted text>
Historically, that is not at all accurate.
Especially as to the colonization of the South Pacific islands.
I agree man used to use the stars to navigate. Man used to use his knowledge a lot back in the day but anymore with advancing technology modern man(as a whole) is not only getting lazy but also in a way is becoming dumber from technology. Modern man does not have to do or think like they used to, technology does it for him. I read a article today I think it was direct tv that now you don't even have to search channels, just talk into the remote for what kind of movie you want and it pulls them up lol.

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