Evolution vs. Creation

Evolution vs. Creation

There are 222780 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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“ad victoriam”

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arte et marte

#116503 Jul 2, 2014
wondering wrote:
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you are the one that makes no sense. you agree about a star 5 million light years away going supernova and not being seen by us here in the now yet but don't understand the same principle applies to the red/blue shifts.
You are the one confused, you are thinking phase shift is disconnected to the here and now and it isn't. But we are measuring the shift from here, it cant be doing both things.
, if the universe were to start collapsing we would know it now , because we would be part of the collapse. If it started collapsing it would start in the now.
Therefore the redshift would turn to blue now.
We would have to see that starting hundreds or billions of ly away , we would see it here.

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#116504 Jul 2, 2014
wondering wrote:
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better question for you. can the ovary get semen that does not come from man?
True.

“ad victoriam”

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arte et marte

#116505 Jul 2, 2014
*wouldn't ....have to see it starting hundreds or billions of ly away.

“When you treat people as they ”

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treat you they get offended.

#116506 Jul 2, 2014
Charles Idemi wrote:
<quoted text> Wrong!
What brought about that nature?
Why do we have to die, when we don't want to?
Nature is a natural force, hence the name. It evolves over time and time is something science is thinking deeply about and the religious are guessing about ďDOH!, we donít know so it must be my god wotdunit because we donít know... Jesus be praised I used to be really thick and illogical until I got religionĒ

As to death, the choice is not yours but none the less, why are you so certain that we donít want to die? Many unhappy people want to die by suicide for whatever reason, many seriously (painfully) ill people want to be helped to die and are not allowed because of your namby-pamby religious mores. Many older people have decided that they have had their time and are content waiting to die. I know than when (if) I reach old age that I will be happy to turn my toes up.

But it is true there are some who are scared or greedy and want more than nature can give and they are godbots like you who waste there life living for the dream of eternity.

Not content with this dream they condemn everyone who does not so dream to a vastly more horrific alternative dream. To be honest, should such places turn out to have any founding in reality I think I would prefer the alternative than to be trapped in what you consider a heaven along with the likes of you.

“ad victoriam”

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arte et marte

#116507 Jul 2, 2014
wondering wrote:
<quoted text>
you mean sagittarius a, sgr a. You need to drop a few a's there. also not is not a star. that is in a galaxy where as I said universe.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sagittarius_A *
wondering

Morris, OK

#116508 Jul 2, 2014
Aura Mytha wrote:
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You are the one confused, you are thinking phase shift is disconnected to the here and now and it isn't. But we are measuring the shift from here, it cant be doing both things.
, if the universe were to start collapsing we would know it now , because we would be part of the collapse. If it started collapsing it would start in the now.
Therefore the redshift would turn to blue now.
We would have to see that starting hundreds or billions of ly away , we would see it here.
moron statement of the century "we would have to see that starting hundreds or billions of ly away , we would see it here" you are correct. anything NEW that happens millions or billions of light years away we will see it with in 24 hours.

i don't waste too much of my time arguing with a moron. you are right again if the universe's edge/edges started collapsing tomorrow we would know it tomorrow night even though they are billions of light years away. you can sleep better now.

“ad victoriam”

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arte et marte

#116509 Jul 2, 2014
wondering wrote:
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moron statement of the century "we would have to see that starting hundreds or billions of ly away , we would see it here" you are correct. anything NEW that happens millions or billions of light years away we will see it with in 24 hours.
i don't waste too much of my time arguing with a moron. you are right again if the universe's edge/edges started collapsing tomorrow we would know it tomorrow night even though they are billions of light years away. you can sleep better now.
Ok I meant Sagi A Star, but yes of the universe started collapsing it would effect us here now as soon as it started. I didn't say we would know everything that stat's happening hundreds or billions of light years away.

“ad victoriam”

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arte et marte

#116510 Jul 2, 2014
By the way, the universe doesn't have any edges ...moron.
wondering

Morris, OK

#116511 Jul 2, 2014
Aura Mytha wrote:
wow! a link to what i said and corrected you on. do that make you feel smart for giving me a link that i already knew about and had to correct you on?
wondering

Morris, OK

#116512 Jul 2, 2014
Aura Mytha wrote:
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Ok I meant Sagi A Star, but yes of the universe started collapsing it would effect us here now as soon as it started. I didn't say we would know everything that stat's happening hundreds or billions of light years away.
it is not a star!!!! and you still don't have the name right even after you looked the link up.
wondering

Morris, OK

#116513 Jul 2, 2014
Aura Mytha wrote:
By the way, the universe doesn't have any edges ...moron.
it doesn't have ends for after all it might still be expanding, so yes it does have edges.

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#116514 Jul 2, 2014
ChristineM wrote:
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As opposed to illegally married?
And can you exist without the ovary? Honey masturbating over stony ground only causes you to frustration.
So you can NOT name one tasks that is barred from a female Ė thank you my work is done.
No opposition. But it is good to be married legally, it is welcomed culturally and constitutionally.
And again, can the ovary produce children without the man's semen?

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#116515 Jul 2, 2014
wondering wrote:
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that is a good question for you to ask your god.
Whatever!
But it is like a moral lesson, we are not perfect.
wondering

Morris, OK

#116516 Jul 2, 2014
Aura Mytha wrote:
<quoted text>
Ok I meant Sagi A Star, but yes of the universe started collapsing it would effect us here now as soon as it started. I didn't say we would know everything that stat's happening hundreds or billions of light years away.
tell me how if the universe edges over 13 billion light years away started falling back in towards the center how that would effect us here the minute that happened, the year that happened, the century that happened, the millennium that happened!

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#116517 Jul 2, 2014
ChristineM wrote:
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And still you have not provided any clue where I can find this research into immortality that you are begging me to review
There is no need to prove fact.
My statement shows that we do not know when we are to die, despite you protestations, this is basic logic based on evidence and has nothing to do with your dreams of precognition.
My statement depends on the proof (thatís EVIDENCE) that the average life span in biblical times was 24 years and not it is approximately 78 years depending on your lifestyle
So no, not sh|t but juts every day topics that you are too dumb to have any reply for.
Total crap!
You have none to date. GUESSING OR PROJECTIONS ARE NOT ANSWERS, BUT SPECULATIONS.
wondering

Morris, OK

#116518 Jul 2, 2014
Charles Idemi wrote:
<quoted text> Whatever!
But it is like a moral lesson, we are not perfect.
if you prayed to your god to live longer than you are going to, he would not let you? your prayer would fall upon deafness?

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#116519 Jul 2, 2014
ChristineM wrote:
<quoted text>
Nature is a natural force, hence the name. It evolves over time and time is something science is thinking deeply about and the religious are guessing about ďDOH!, we donít know so it must be my god wotdunit because we donít know... Jesus be praised I used to be really thick and illogical until I got religionĒ
As to death, the choice is not yours but none the less, why are you so certain that we donít want to die? Many unhappy people want to die by suicide for whatever reason, many seriously (painfully) ill people want to be helped to die and are not allowed because of your namby-pamby religious mores. Many older people have decided that they have had their time and are content waiting to die. I know than when (if) I reach old age that I will be happy to turn my toes up.
But it is true there are some who are scared or greedy and want more than nature can give and they are godbots like you who waste there life living for the dream of eternity.
Not content with this dream they condemn everyone who does not so dream to a vastly more horrific alternative dream. To be honest, should such places turn out to have any founding in reality I think I would prefer the alternative than to be trapped in what you consider a heaven along with the likes of you.
Tell that to your self. It is not true.
wondering

Morris, OK

#116520 Jul 2, 2014
Aura Mytha wrote:
By the way, the universe doesn't have any edges ...moron.
think of it like this; when the singularity started to expand it sent out waves in all directions, like dropping a rock in water it sends out waves in all directions. the edges of those waves that were first produced are like the edges of the universe. you should have leaned that in middle school.

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#116521 Jul 2, 2014
wondering wrote:
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if you prayed to your god to live longer than you are going to, he would not let you? your prayer would fall upon deafness?
Whatever!
Why should we bother our self with the temporary things of this world. We christians don't care about that.

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#116522 Jul 2, 2014
Yes, God will never listen to us or any one, because, we christians know that, there is a big dichotomy between the body and the soul.

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