Evolution vs. Creation

Evolution vs. Creation

There are 221489 comments on the Best of New Orleans story from Jan 6, 2011, titled Evolution vs. Creation. In it, Best of New Orleans reports that:

High school senior Zack Kopplin is leading the fight to repeal the Louisiana Science Education Act of 2008.

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Since: Sep 08

The Borderland of Sol

#106598 Nov 23, 2013
Charles Idemi wrote:
<quoted text> An inventor must compulsorily have the right of ownership, true or false?
False. Ask Tesla.

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Since: Sep 08

The Borderland of Sol

#106599 Nov 23, 2013
Subduction Zone wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey!!!
What's wrong with Conservapedia? They have come up with some very innovative explanations of life. For example take this article with a unique idea that explains how life may have returned to Australia after the flood. Ooh, and a video that helps:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =4mjmGbfyPPUXX&list=PLAC34 81305829426D
http://www.conservapedia.com/Post-Diluvian_Di...
*headdesk*

Ow.

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Since: Sep 08

Everett, WA

#106600 Nov 23, 2013
MikeF wrote:
BTW, whoever put spam, clueless and nuts on RP's post can just STFU.
I may not get on too well with RP, but I agree. And I see yours was judged the same.

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Since: Jul 12

Gulgong, Australia

#106601 Nov 23, 2013
swampmudd wrote:
<quoted text>DaaaAAaaamn!!!! And you accuse others of spamming
Actually that article is written by evolutionists as is the one relating to different molecular machinery. If you want to call evolutionary researchers work and claims spam, you are more than welcome to do so, oh bright one! LOL!

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Since: Jul 12

Gulgong, Australia

#106602 Nov 23, 2013
Another page about to be spammed by evos that want to keep as far away from science as they can until they can when their rhetoric is exposed.

Every time evos look deeper into the genome they find restrictions to an orgaisms ability to adapt. Your wish list was to find beneficial mutations helping others along and more beneficial mutations than deleterious ones. Evos did not want to find a deteriorating genome. Evos did want to find evolutionary refuse. Where is your good news?

Despite all your biased and flawed research your data does nothing to bolster your claims but does bolster mine. Boo Hoo for you, like it or not. Your spamming won't change anything.

If humans and gorillas are 98% similar by some comparison, how can a credible chimp and gorilla comparison score less than this?

Comparative genomics is rubbish and based on false algorithmic magic that is only evidence of a prevailing bias, not reality.

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Since: Jan 11

mutilate. Point down range.

#106603 Nov 23, 2013
MazHere wrote:
<quoted text>
BS, is not an appropriate reply. Every time you look deeper into the genome you find restrictions to an orgaisms ability to adapt. Your wish list was to find beneficial mutations helping others along and more beneficial mutations than deleterious ones, you did not want to find a deteriorating genome. Where is your good news?
Despite all your biased and flawed research your data does nothing to bolster your claims but does bolster mine. Boo Hoo for you, like it or not. Your spamming won't change anything.
If humans and gorillas are 98% similar by some comparison, how can a credible chimp and gorilla comparison score less than this?
Comparative genomics is rubbish and based on false algorithmic magic that is only evidence of a prevailing bias, not reality.
BS is an appropriate reply to pretty much everything you post.

You mutilate science like some sort of psychotic butcher. You turn meat of science into spam.

I think you should stop gorging on spam and get some meat.

Since: May 08

Deltona Fla

#106604 Nov 23, 2013
MazHere wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually that article is written by evolutionists as is the one relating to different molecular machinery. If you want to call evolutionary researchers work and claims spam, you are more than welcome to do so, oh bright one! LOL!
It is still spam. Don't matter where you got it from. You incessantly copy and paste. That is spamming. I suspect you do it because you are incapable of expressing any original thoughts of your own.

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Since: Nov 13

United States

#106605 Nov 23, 2013
Subduction Zone wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey!!!
What's wrong with Conservapedia? They have come up with some very innovative explanations of life. For example take this article with a unique idea that explains how life may have returned to Australia after the flood. Ooh, and a video that helps:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =4mjmGbfyPPUXX&list=PLAC34 81305829426D
http://www.conservapedia.com/Post-Diluvian_Di...
That's funny. So is the Flood story. But so was Piltdown man, and Nebraska Man and Java man. There are crazies on both sides of the fence that make things up to try to support what they follow.

Since: May 08

Deltona Fla

#106606 Nov 23, 2013
MazHere wrote:
Another page about to be spammed by evos that want to keep as far away from science as they can until they can when their rhetoric is exposed.
Every time evos look deeper into the genome they find restrictions to an orgaisms ability to adapt. Your wish list was to find beneficial mutations helping others along and more beneficial mutations than deleterious ones. Evos did not want to find a deteriorating genome. Evos did want to find evolutionary refuse. Where is your good news?
Despite all your biased and flawed research your data does nothing to bolster your claims but does bolster mine. Boo Hoo for you, like it or not. Your spamming won't change anything.
If humans and gorillas are 98% similar by some comparison, how can a credible chimp and gorilla comparison score less than this?
Comparative genomics is rubbish and based on false algorithmic magic that is only evidence of a prevailing bias, not reality.
You are so full of spam I bet your head has a pull back tab on it. Your dress label says Hormel. You have wet dreams about being sandwiched. Your favorite color is mustard. Most men would rather throw you in than garbage than eat you. You are covered with a layer of jellied fat.

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Everett, WA

#106607 Nov 23, 2013
Extreme Ways wrote:
<quoted text>
That's funny. So is the Flood story. But so was Piltdown man, and Nebraska Man and Java man. There are crazies on both sides of the fence that make things up to try to support what they follow.
Boy, you sure mix up your stories. You refer to three different finds. Nebraska Man was a mistake that was blown out or proportion by the press but was never accepted by the scientists at that time or at any time. It was quickly corrected . Piltdownman was a hoax that was perpetrated on evolutionists, it was never well accepted either and was debunked by scientists. Java man was a legitimate find. The first case of Homo erectus found, many different examples have been found all over the world and in Java too.

Since: May 08

Deltona Fla

#106608 Nov 23, 2013
Extreme Ways wrote:
<quoted text>
That's funny. So is the Flood story. But so was Piltdown man, and Nebraska Man and Java man. There are crazies on both sides of the fence that make things up to try to support what they follow.
There is some evidence the flood story my be based on the flooding of the area that is now occupied by the Black Sea. Large numbers of ruins have been found under the sea. It is believed the ocean level may have risen and spilled through a valley creating the Bosporus and flooding the valley beyond. But as we all know, as stories get retold tell become embellished. And that is the Gospel truth.

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United States

#106609 Nov 23, 2013
swampmudd wrote:
<quoted text>There is some evidence the flood story my be based on the flooding of the area that is now occupied by the Black Sea. Large numbers of ruins have been found under the sea. It is believed the ocean level may have risen and spilled through a valley creating the Bosporus and flooding the valley beyond. But as we all know, as stories get retold tell become embellished. And that is the Gospel truth.
It still would be a local flood and not a world wide flood. Then you have the ark and other stories that don't add up.

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United States

#106610 Nov 23, 2013
Subduction Zone wrote:
<quoted text>
Boy, you sure mix up your stories. You refer to three different finds. Nebraska Man was a mistake that was blown out or proportion by the press but was never accepted by the scientists at that time or at any time. It was quickly corrected . Piltdownman was a hoax that was perpetrated on evolutionists, it was never well accepted either and was debunked by scientists. Java man was a legitimate find. The first case of Homo erectus found, many different examples have been found all over the world and in Java too.
Java man suffers from poor presentation and interpretation. And I do think all three, at one time, all had the scientific community backing as the real deal even if later they were found as a hoax from bone staining to teeth being filed down.
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South Ozone Park, NY

#106611 Nov 23, 2013
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Since: Sep 08

Everett, WA

#106612 Nov 23, 2013
Extreme Ways wrote:
<quoted text>
Java man suffers from poor presentation and interpretation. And I do think all three, at one time, all had the scientific community backing as the real deal even if later they were found as a hoax from bone staining to teeth being filed down.
Wrong. That would be true if it was the only find there. At the same site other examples were found. The man who found it did paleontology as a hobby. So it might not have been the most professional work in the world. He did find a very real fossil and that has been supported by other evidence.

Nebraska man was never ever well accepted. The mistake was found very very quickly. The only one of note was Piltdown Man. And that is because many scientists were naive at the time and the thought of someone purposefully lying was almost unthinkable.

Once again the only hoax was Piltdown Man. Nebraska Man was a misidentified tooth, Java man was a legitimate find.

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United States

#106613 Nov 23, 2013
Subduction Zone wrote:
<quoted text>
Wrong. That would be true if it was the only find there. At the same site other examples were found. The man who found it did paleontology as a hobby. So it might not have been the most professional work in the world. He did find a very real fossil and that has been supported by other evidence.
Nebraska man was never ever well accepted. The mistake was found very very quickly. The only one of note was Piltdown Man. And that is because many scientists were naive at the time and the thought of someone purposefully lying was almost unthinkable.
Once again the only hoax was Piltdown Man. Nebraska Man was a misidentified tooth, Java man was a legitimate find.
Their big mistake with Java man was to try to label it as a transitional. Which didn't pan out.

Since: May 08

Deltona Fla

#106614 Nov 23, 2013
Extreme Ways wrote:
<quoted text>
It still would be a local flood and not a world wide flood. Then you have the ark and other stories that don't add up.
Well yeaAahhh. Hench the snark about the gospel truth. Much of the old testament is full of passed down stories that got spun over time but were based on an actual occurrence and laced with miss-interpretations. An example of that is, they have found the ruins of two cities about where Sodom and Gomorra are described to be. They are believed to been the victims of a meteor strike. literally fire from the sky. The entire area is covered with crystal glass that occurs when hot meteor rock ploughs into sand. Geologists say it must have been horrific for anyone there at the time. They said it would have been comparable to Pompeii when the volcano started raining down. People of the time came up with the best explanation for the occurrence as they could. Sodom and Gomorra must have done something to piss off God.

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#106617 Nov 23, 2013
Even the darkest hour still only has sixty minutes. How long it last's in life is up to us.

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Everett, WA

#106618 Nov 23, 2013
Extreme Ways wrote:
<quoted text>
Their big mistake with Java man was to try to label it as a transitional. Which didn't pan out.
What??!

What have you been smoking? Of course it is a transitional fossil. In fact it has been identified as a transitional fossil by creationists themselves.

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#106619 Nov 23, 2013
Subduction Zone wrote:
<quoted text>
What??!
What have you been smoking? Of course it is a transitional fossil. In fact it has been identified as a transitional fossil by creationists themselves.
I haven't been smoking anything but have been reading(to name one) the wiki bible everyone swears by.

Until older human remains were discovered in the Great Rift Valley in Kenya, Dubois' and Koenigswald's discoveries were the oldest hominid remains ever found. Some scientists of the day suggested[5] Dubois' Java Man as a potential intermediate form between modern humans and the common ancestor we share with the other great apes. The current consensus of anthropologists is that the direct ancestors of modern humans were African populations of Homo erectus (possibly Homo ergaster), rather than the Asian populations exemplified by Java Man and Peking Man.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Java_Man

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