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10-06-2013, 05:57 AM
Re: RE: Yours favorite arguments for creationism
(09-06-2013 08:38 PM)Chas Wrote:  We have common ancestors with Neanderthals - we are cousins.

What missing link are you talking about? Unless we had the corpse or fossil of every hominid that ever existed, you ignoramuses would still shriek your dim-witted, pitiful cry of "where's the missing link?"

Creationists misused the term "missing link" when they mistakenly believed that "we came from monkeys" and they wanted to see the bones of a half man half monkey.

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10-06-2013, 05:59 AM
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(09-06-2013 09:00 PM)Momsurroundedbyboys Wrote:  I don't think the word understands what a common ancestor is.

I don't think that he understands much that has to actually do with the real world.

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10-06-2013, 06:08 AM
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(09-06-2013 09:46 PM)Full Circle Wrote:  Mom, I think you are right. This person envisions a linear decendancy without branches like most uneducated, ignorant, reactionary, deluded and confused theists. They come here without a working knowledge of the most rudimentary scientific facts and argue ad nauseum from a false premise Drinking Beverage

This is why many upper universities won't accept applicants from religious schools and home schooling anymore. They have to re-education them in basic science before they can start on their degrees.

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10-06-2013, 06:16 AM (This post was last modified: 10-06-2013 07:29 AM by Stephen Charchuk.)
RE: Yours favorite arguments for creationism
Here are terms thelie may understand in regards to the difference between 200,000 and 200,000,000. $200,000 will get you ahead in the line to heaven and $200,000,000 will get you escorted through the pearlly gates directly into heaven by St. Peter himself... Rolleyes Now do you understand the difference, moron?

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10-06-2013, 07:24 AM (This post was last modified: 10-06-2013 10:36 AM by theword.)
RE: Yours favorite arguments for creationism
(09-06-2013 09:46 PM)Full Circle Wrote:  
(09-06-2013 09:00 PM)Momsurroundedbyboys Wrote:  I don't think the word understands what a common ancestor is.

Mom, I think you are right. This person envisions a linear decendancy without branches like most uneducated, ignorant, reactionary, deluded and confused theists. They come here without a working knowledge of the most rudimentary scientific facts and argue ad nauseum from a false premise Drinking Beverage
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10-06-2013, 02:38 PM
RE: Yours favorite arguments for creationism
I am disheartened, after listening to all of you geniuses, I was certain that man evolved from the great evolution tree. Only come to find out that your theories are not even agreed to by science. Here's what I found:

"Although accepted in mainstream science as altogether factual and experimentally proven, a closer examination of the evidences reveal some inaccuracies and reasonable alternative explanations. This causes a growing number of scientists to dissent from the Darwinian theory of evolution for its inability to satisfactorily explain the origin of man."

"The theory concerning the evolution of man is under increased scrutiny due to the persistence of gaps in the fossil record, the inability to demonstrate "life-or-death" determining advantageous genetic mutations, and the lack of experiments or observations to truly confirm the evidence for speciation."

Source: http://www.allaboutscience.org/evolution-of-man.htm

Once again, your theories are lame.
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10-06-2013, 02:58 PM
RE: Yours favorite arguments for creationism
(10-06-2013 02:38 PM)theword Wrote:  I am disheartened, after listening to all of you geniuses, I was certain that man evolved from the great evolution tree. Only come to find out that your theories are not even agreed to by science. Here's what I found:

"Although accepted in mainstream science as altogether factual and experimentally proven, a closer examination of the evidences reveal some inaccuracies and reasonable alternative explanations. This causes a growing number of scientists to dissent from the Darwinian theory of evolution for its inability to satisfactorily explain the origin of man."

"The theory concerning the evolution of man is under increased scrutiny due to the persistence of gaps in the fossil record, the inability to demonstrate "life-or-death" determining advantageous genetic mutations, and the lack of experiments or observations to truly confirm the evidence for speciation."

Source: http://www.allaboutscience.org/evolution-of-man.htm

Once again, your theories are lame.

Nice try. That is a poisonous, lying, propaganda site. It is a creationist fraud.
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"Intelligent Design - Life
Ignoring the obvious Intelligent Design that permeates life, scientists have developed the theory of evolution in an effort to explain the origin of life via spontaneous generation. This "scientific" theory is very distinctive. "

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10-06-2013, 03:14 PM (This post was last modified: 11-06-2013 07:48 AM by Stephen Charchuk.)
RE: Yours favorite arguments for creationism
(10-06-2013 02:58 PM)Chas Wrote:  Nice try. That is a poisonous, lying, propaganda site. It is a creationist fraud.
e.g.
"Intelligent Design - Life
Ignoring the obvious Intelligent Design that permeates life, scientists have developed the theory of evolution in an effort to explain the origin of life via spontaneous generation. This "scientific" theory is very distinctive. "

thelie actually had the nerve to use a creationist pseudo-science site as evidence? He must truly be stupid.

Did you know that the inventor of the fiction of "intelligent design" ( Dr. Behe) was caught lying in a court of law, with a Christian judge, in a case about the use of "intelligent design"? He had to admit, under oath, that he madeup all of the evidence he used to prove it.

Also all creationists don't even know what evolution is and isn't. Their arguments against it have nothing to do with it at all.

BTW, using creationist and fraud together is being redundant.
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14-06-2013, 07:31 PM
RE: Yours favorite arguments for creationism
Did ya hear? The found the missing link. In 1922, a rancher in Nebraska found a tooth that scientists claimed belonged to the missing link. It turned out to be a pigs tooth. Oh well. Looks like the tooth wont set you free.
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14-06-2013, 07:34 PM
RE: Yours favorite arguments for creationism
(14-06-2013 07:31 PM)theword Wrote:  Did ya hear? The found the missing link. In 1922, a rancher in Nebraska found a tooth that scientists claimed belonged to the missing link. It turned out to be a pigs tooth. Oh well. Looks like the tooth wont set you free.

Read a science book or piss off. Drinking Beverage

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