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05-11-2014, 08:54 PM (This post was last modified: 05-11-2014 09:10 PM by Wolfbitn.)
RE: If you believe Alexander the Great existed, then why not Jesus?
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05-11-2014, 08:56 PM (This post was last modified: 05-11-2014 09:11 PM by Wolfbitn.)
RE: If you believe Alexander the Great existed, then why not Jesus?
(05-11-2014 08:30 PM)GirlyMan Wrote:  .
What do you mean moron? You act like there's only 2 positions, like an on off switch lmao... its more like adjustable lighting Tongue

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AND if you'd do a bit more reading youd find pangea has existed 4 times it is theorized... pangea being somewhat generic name for one supercontinent, although it had other names... and it WASNT 400,000,000 years ago, it all started at least 1.1 BILLION years ago

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

Quote:The forming of supercontinents and their breaking up appears to have been cyclical through Earth's history. There may have been many others before Pangaea. The fourth-last supercontinent, called Columbia or Nuna, appears to have assembled in the period 2.0–1.8 Ga.[11][12] Columbia/Nuna broke up and the next supercontinent, Rodinia, formed from the accretion and assembly of its fragments. Rodinia lasted from about 1.1 billion years ago (Ga) until about 750 million years ago, but its exact configuration and geodynamic history are not nearly as well understood as those of the later supercontinents, Pannotia and Pangaea.

When Rodinia broke up, it split into three pieces: the supercontinent of Proto-Laurasia, the supercontinent of Proto-Gondwana, and the smaller Congo craton. Proto-Laurasia and Proto-Gondwana were separated by the Proto-Tethys Ocean. Next Proto-Laurasia itself split apart to form the continents of Laurentia, Siberia and Baltica. Baltica moved to the east of Laurentia, and Siberia moved northeast of Laurentia. The splitting also created two new oceans, the Iapetus Ocean and Paleoasian Ocean. Most of the above masses coalesced again to form the relatively short-lived supercontinent of Pannotia. This supercontinent included large amounts of land near the poles and, near the equator, only a relatively small strip connecting the polar masses. Pannotia lasted until 540 Ma, near the beginning of the Cambrian period and then broke up, giving rise to the continents of Laurentia, Baltica, and the southern supercontinent of Gondwana.

In the Cambrian period, the continent of Laurentia, which would later become North America, sat on the equator, with three bordering oceans: the Panthalassic Ocean to the north and west, the Iapetus Ocean to the south and the Khanty Ocean to the east. In the Earliest Ordovician, around 480 Ma, the microcontinent of Avalonia – a landmass incorporating fragments of what would become eastern Newfoundland, the southern British Isles, and parts of Belgium, northern France, Nova Scotia, New England, Iberia and northwest Africa – broke free from Gondwana and began its journey to Laurentia.[13] Baltica, Laurentia, and Avalonia all came together by the end of the Ordovician to form a minor supercontinent called Euramerica or Laurussia, closing the Iapetus Ocean. The collision also resulted in the formation of the northern Appalachians. Siberia sat near Euramerica, with the Khanty Ocean between the two continents. While all this was happening, Gondwana drifted slowly towards the South Pole. This was the first step of the formation of Pangaea.[14]

The second step in the formation of Pangaea was the collision of Gondwana with Euramerica. By Silurian time, 440 Ma, Baltica had already collided with Laurentia, forming Euramerica. Avalonia had not yet collided with Laurentia, but as Avalonia inched towards Laurentia, the seaway between them, a remnant of the Iapetus Ocean, was slowly shrinking. Meanwhile, southern Europe broke off from Gondwana and began to move towards Euramerica across the newly formed Rheic Ocean. It collided with southern Baltica in the Devonian, though this microcontinent was an underwater plate. The Iapetus Ocean's sister ocean, the Khanty Ocean, shrank as an island arc from Siberia collided with eastern Baltica (now part of Euramerica). Behind this island arc was a new ocean, the Ural Ocean.

By late Silurian time, North and South China split from Gondwana and started to head northward, shrinking the Proto-Tethys Ocean in their path and opening the new Paleo-Tethys Ocean to their south. In the Devonian Period, Gondwana itself headed towards Euramerica, causing the Rheic Ocean to shrink. In the Early Carboniferous, northwest Africa had touched the southeastern coast of Euramerica, creating the southern portion of the Appalachian Mountains, and the Meseta Mountains. South America moved northward to southern Euramerica, while the eastern portion of Gondwana (India, Antarctica and Australia) headed toward the South Pole from the equator. North and South China were on independent continents. The Kazakhstania microcontinent had collided with Siberia. (Siberia had been a separate continent for millions of years since the deformation of the supercontinent Pannotia in the Middle Carboniferous.)

Western Kazakhstania collided with Baltica in the Late Carboniferous, closing the Ural Ocean between them and the western Proto-Tethys in them (Uralian orogeny), causing the formation of not only the Ural Mountains but also the supercontinent of Laurasia. This was the last step of the formation of Pangaea. Meanwhile, South America had collided with southern Laurentia, closing the Rheic Ocean and forming the southernmost part of the Appalachians and Ouachita Mountains. By this time, Gondwana was positioned near the South Pole and glaciers were forming in Antarctica, India, Australia, southern Africa and South America. The North China block collided with Siberia by Late Carboniferous time, completely closing the Proto-Tethys Ocean.

By Early Permian time, the Cimmerian plate split from Gondwana and headed towards Laurasia, thus closing the Paleo-Tethys Ocean, but forming a new ocean, the Tethys Ocean, in its southern end. Most of the landmasses were all in one. By the Triassic Period, Pangaea rotated a little and the Cimmerian plate was still travelling across the shrinking Paleo-Tethys, until the Middle Jurassic time. The Paleo-Tethys had closed from west to east, creating the Cimmerian Orogeny. Pangaea, which looked like a C, with the new Tethys Ocean inside the C, had rifted by the Middle Jurassic, and its deformation is explained below.
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05-11-2014, 09:05 PM (This post was last modified: 05-11-2014 09:13 PM by GirlyMan.)
RE: If you believe Alexander the Great existed, then why not Jesus?
Your last 2 empty posts are the most intelligent you've ever made.

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05-11-2014, 09:06 PM
RE: If you believe Alexander the Great existed, then why not Jesus?
(05-11-2014 08:56 PM)Wolfbitn Wrote:  
(05-11-2014 08:54 PM)Wolfbitn Wrote:  

So again... how high were the mountains and in what position were the continents 10,000, 50,000 and 100,000 years ago?

When you get all big, Flea Bitten, teacher will explain how to look things up on the internet.
Santa is keeping his list Flea Bitten. If you don't stop the "moron" business, Santa isn't going to leave you much.




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05-11-2014, 09:08 PM
RE: If you believe Alexander the Great existed, then why not Jesus?
(05-11-2014 08:42 PM)Bucky Ball Wrote:  
(05-11-2014 08:15 PM)Wolfbitn Wrote:  Abrahams ancestors were settled in Mesopotamia about the time they sprang up... they shared the same story, and it was ancient when THEY wrote it down. The flood is a worldwide phenomenon in that every ancient culture around the world shares the exact same story with no variance from the MAIN theme.

Wrong Flea Bite.
FLOOD STORIES and FLOODS are common to many cultures. There is no way to assume they were talking about ONE GREAT flood.
You have no clue what Abrahams acestors did or didn't do. In fact Archaeology has PROVEN there was no Abraham (as told in the Bible) possible. Abraham was a MYTH.

Blah blah blah says the Atheist that believes in Alexander and not Jesus, even though right here in this thread I showed you the manuscripts documenting Jesus outnumberd the manuscripts documenting Alexander the Great, 12,000 to 3 by the year 1100AD... and MOST of the world disagrees with you lol ESPECIALLY Christians Muslims and Jews Smile

Dude you are the VAST minority. 90 percent of the world thinks atheists are just plain fucking nuts.
^^^That's why. You hold to completely insane double standards.
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05-11-2014, 09:14 PM
RE: If you believe Alexander the Great existed, then why not Jesus?
(05-11-2014 09:08 PM)Wolfbitn Wrote:  
(05-11-2014 08:42 PM)Bucky Ball Wrote:  Wrong Flea Bite.
FLOOD STORIES and FLOODS are common to many cultures. There is no way to assume they were talking about ONE GREAT flood.
You have no clue what Abrahams acestors did or didn't do. In fact Archaeology has PROVEN there was no Abraham (as told in the Bible) possible. Abraham was a MYTH.

Blah blah blah says the Atheist that believes in Alexander and not Jesus, even though right here in this thread I showed you the manuscripts documenting Jesus outnumberd the manuscripts documenting Alexander the Great, 12,000 to 3 by the year 1100AD... and MOST of the world disagrees with you lol ESPECIALLY Christians Muslims and Jews Smile

Dude you are the VAST minority. 90 percent of the world thinks atheists are just plain fucking nuts.
^^^That's why. You hold to completely insane double standards.

99 % of the world once thought the world was flat, deary.
When you get all big and go to a real school. teacher will 'splain that's called the "ad populum" fallacy. Being in the minority or the majority is irrelevant. When you get all big, teacher will 'spain why that's true.
Now go tell mommy you have your jammies on, and you want to be rockied before bed, and have her read you a story. Thumbsup

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05-11-2014, 09:20 PM
RE: If you believe Alexander the Great existed, then why not Jesus?
(05-11-2014 09:14 PM)Bucky Ball Wrote:  
(05-11-2014 09:08 PM)Wolfbitn Wrote:  Blah blah blah says the Atheist that believes in Alexander and not Jesus, even though right here in this thread I showed you the manuscripts documenting Jesus outnumberd the manuscripts documenting Alexander the Great, 12,000 to 3 by the year 1100AD... and MOST of the world disagrees with you lol ESPECIALLY Christians Muslims and Jews Smile

Dude you are the VAST minority. 90 percent of the world thinks atheists are just plain fucking nuts.
^^^That's why. You hold to completely insane double standards.

99 % of the world once thought the world was flat, deary.
When you get all big and go to a real school. teacher will 'splain that's called the "ad populum" fallacy. Being in the minority or the majority is irrelevant. When you get all big, teacher will 'spain why that's true.
Now go tell mommy you have your jammies on, and you want to be rockied before bed, and have her read you a story. Thumbsup

And a glass of milk. He'll need a glass of milk. ... And maybe a cookie too.

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05-11-2014, 09:22 PM
RE: If you believe Alexander the Great existed, then why not Jesus?
You know, I think I love watching train wrecks, this wolfbitn character reeks of desperation and I'm loving it. Popcorn
Wolfbitn, you must be a poe, you know what that is right? Someone who puts the facade of a true believer for the lols. That's the only explanation, or maybe I'm just hoping you are 'cause I can't imagine a genuine person thinking the way you present yourself actually being able to function much less peck at a keyboard.
lol I remember when you just did unassuming posts then you build up to this bullshit peanut gallery. It's a nice trick but it's run its course, don't you think?

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05-11-2014, 09:29 PM
RE: If you believe Alexander the Great existed, then why not Jesus?
(05-11-2014 09:14 PM)Bucky Ball Wrote:  
(05-11-2014 09:08 PM)Wolfbitn Wrote:  Blah blah blah says the Atheist that believes in Alexander and not Jesus, even though right here in this thread I showed you the manuscripts documenting Jesus outnumberd the manuscripts documenting Alexander the Great, 12,000 to 3 by the year 1100AD... and MOST of the world disagrees with you lol ESPECIALLY Christians Muslims and Jews Smile

Dude you are the VAST minority. 90 percent of the world thinks atheists are just plain fucking nuts.
^^^That's why. You hold to completely insane double standards.

99 % of the world once thought the world was flat, deary.

Ahhh so you think 90 percent of the world is infantile for believing in God and youre the superior one... what if you knew we thought you were the "intellectually dishonest ones"? ...90 percent of the world.

Youre more frantic to attack Christianity than a Christian is to convert yer ass lol. You live and breathe for atheism and have no life outside of it... in short your Atheism has become your religion. You are more fervent than any muslim or Christian. Frothing at the mouth in your hatred LMAO.

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05-11-2014, 09:30 PM
RE: If you believe Alexander the Great existed, then why not Jesus?
(05-11-2014 09:20 PM)GirlyMan Wrote:  
(05-11-2014 09:14 PM)Bucky Ball Wrote:  99 % of the world once thought the world was flat, deary.
When you get all big and go to a real school. teacher will 'splain that's called the "ad populum" fallacy. Being in the minority or the majority is irrelevant. When you get all big, teacher will 'spain why that's true.
Now go tell mommy you have your jammies on, and you want to be rockied before bed, and have her read you a story. Thumbsup

And a glass of milk. He'll need a glass of milk. ... And maybe a cookie too.

How could I forget that ? Yes a cookie is good. 'Specially home-made ones.
Jesus' wife Esperanza, (who in real life is every bit as elegant and gorgeous as Esperanza in Zorro, ..... and my mom #2), makes THE most awesome cookies. Whenever my little bother was not too willing to go to bad, (he is autistic but growing fast out of it), a cookie, a story, and some company from big bro Bucky was the ticket. My life without Esperanza would be unimaginable. Rolleyes

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