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03-03-2017, 10:24 AM
RE: Ken Ham: Atheists Reject Creationism In Public Schools Because They're 'Insecure'
Don't be so close-minded, guys, let's teach the controversy Drinking Beverage

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Apparently, I'm so woefully undereducated I don't even get some of them Unsure

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03-03-2017, 12:10 PM
RE: Ken Ham: Atheists Reject Creationism In Public Schools Because They're 'Insecure'
(03-03-2017 10:24 AM)Vera Wrote:  [Image: P1U5Muz.jpg]

Apparently, I'm so woefully undereducated I don't even get some of them Unsure

I think I get most of them...
row 1
1. Satan buried fossils to fool us
2. geocentrism
3. flat Earth/turtles all the way down
4. aliens built the pyramids
5. bigfoot, loch ness monster, jersey devil?, something else...
6. no idea
row 2
7. Russell's teapot
8. faked moon landing
9. humans lived with dinosaurs
10. earth, air, fire, water, and aether as the 5 elements
11. ghosts (any meaning to the chairs?)
12. no idea
row 3
13. woman from man's rib
14. cthulu dreaming the world?
15. Earth is 6000 years old
16. reincarnation/transmigration?
17. no idea
18. demons causing mental illness?
row 4
19. alchemy
20. scientology
21. stork theory of procreation
22. Atlantis
23. Illuminati
24. hollow Earth
row 5
25. fountain of youth
26. Paul Bunyan
27. Queen Elizabeth of the lizard people
28. astrology
29. psychic powers
30. Aztec calendar

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03-03-2017, 12:10 PM
RE: Ken Ham: Atheists Reject Creationism In Public Schools Because They're 'Insecure'
(03-03-2017 10:24 AM)Vera Wrote:  Don't be so close-minded, guys, let's teach the controversy Drinking Beverage

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Apparently, I'm so woefully undereducated I don't even get some of them Unsure

In order, top row left-to-right, then to start of next row, left-to-right...

First row:
1) Satan buried dinosaur bones for scientists to find and think Creation isn't true.
2) Geocentrism
3) Turtles all the way down (Hindu religion)
4) Aliens built the pyramids
5) Bigfoot, Nessie, Chupacabra, and Jackelope
6) Perpetual motion/energy machine (not 100% sure on that one)

Second row:
7) Teapot orbiting between earth and sun (Bertrand Russel's teapot conjecture)
8) Moon landing was faked
9) Humans lived alongside dinosaurs (the Kent "Dr. Dino" Hovind conjecture)
10) Chinese mystical table of elements
11) Ghosts exist and mess with our stuff
12) Dowsing rods... not sure what the beer is about.

Third row:
13) Woman was made from the rib of a man
14) Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn!! (Cthulhu mythos)
15) 6000 year old earth
16) Reincarnation
17) Wheel of Life - six realms of Samsara (from Mahayana Buddhism)
18) Demon posession theory of disease

Fourth row:
19) Alchemy (turning lead into gold)
20) Thetans around a volcano just before Xenu nukes them in his DC-8 spacecraft (Scientology)
21) Stork theory of delivery
22) Lost City of Atlantis
23) Illuminati (pulling the strings of the planet, I presume)
24) Hollow Earth

Fifth row:
25) Fountain of Youth
26) Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox (American legend)
27) The Queen is an alien
28) Palm reading and also the Zodiac (not sure why they're one panel)
29) Yuri Geller's spoon-bending woo woo
30) Earth will end in 2012 (having survived 4 1/2 billion years up to that point)

That should cover it. Hope I helped. Smile

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03-03-2017, 12:12 PM
RE: Ken Ham: Atheists Reject Creationism In Public Schools Because They're 'Insecure'
Great minds think alike, Unfogged! Big Grin

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03-03-2017, 12:21 PM
RE: Ken Ham: Atheists Reject Creationism In Public Schools Because They're 'Insecure'
And in the spirit of teaching the controversy, I present one of my favorite music videos ever made, for a song/band I really enjoy, and think you all will too. Proof the moon landing was faked! Big Grin





Edit: My favorite part are the angry Cosmonauts... and their monkey! Laugh out load

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03-03-2017, 12:24 PM
RE: Ken Ham: Atheists Reject Creationism In Public Schools Because They're 'Insecure'
Not going to quote/quote all of these...

5) Bigfoot, Nessie, Chupacabra, and Jackelope
-- I do think the flying one is the Jersey Devil; not sure If I buy the drowning thing is a jackelope but it could be

6) Perpetual motion/energy machine (not 100% sure on that one)
-- Yeah, I considered that but was even less sure; it is infinite energy from something so you're probably right

12) Dowsing rods... not sure what the beer is about.
-- I never would have guessed dowsing from that but he might be holding rods; it's very hard to tell and the keg and cups don't help at all if it is

17) Wheel of Life - six realms of Samsara (from Mahayana Buddhism)
-- not familiar enough with that one I guess
18) Demon posession theory of disease
-- yep, probably disease in general and not just mental illness

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03-03-2017, 12:30 PM
RE: Ken Ham: Atheists Reject Creationism In Public Schools Because They're 'Insecure'
I always love hearing someone who doesn't even understand evolution tell others why they don't believe what they believe.

And types like him get their panties in a wad when people say they believe in God because they are so mentally weak that they can't fathom mortality and that their life ulitmately has no great meaning, so they cling to their god like a security blanket.
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03-03-2017, 12:35 PM (This post was last modified: 03-03-2017 01:40 PM by Vera.)
RE: Ken Ham: Atheists Reject Creationism In Public Schools Because They're 'Insecure'
Thanks, guys! You got most of the ones I missed (should've gotten than rib bit, at least. Paul Bunyan I'd never heard of, I wonder if he liked to press wild flowers Big Grin )

That square bit is, apparently, time cube
(Time Cube was a personal web page operated by self-proclaimed "wisest man on earth" Otis Eugene "Gene" Ray, founded in 1997. It served as a self-publishing outlet for Ray's theory of everything, called "Time Cube," which claims that all current sciences are part of a worldwide conspiracy to teach people lies; the theory's ultimate truth (and what the conspirators are said to be covering up) is that each day actually consists of four days. Alongside these statements Ray described himself as a "godlike" being with superior intelligence who has "absolute" evidence and proof for his views.)
How many loonies can this world - and the internet - support! Gasp

The rest were spot on, dowsing (which is called doodlebugging and several types of bugs are also called doodlebugs. I like it Yes ) included.

Here are a couple more I thought were fun:

Preformationism/homunculi

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Old Elvis Laugh out load

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Chemtrails

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And the dangers of GMO Laugh out load

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You laugh, RocketSurgeon, but the comments on NASA's facebook page are enough to make you run for the nearest cave and, as they sing in a popular Bulgarian song, grow a beard and forget how to talk. (At least on the pages of ESA and the European astronauts there are hardly any conspiracy trolls, thank the stars above (and all around us, really ;-))

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