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16-06-2013, 06:06 AM
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(15-06-2013 09:38 PM)cjlr Wrote:  See, that one's actually true. Brontosaurus is an incorrect and deprecated term for the species Apatosaurus.

Broken clocks, eh?

Maybe he wants to share a Bronto burger with the Flintstones?

That's how science works, when new data comes in and it it is more accurate than the old it replaces the otd. With religion any new data is ignored if it doesn't match the old. Science learns, religion perserves ignorance and superstition. Anyone who brings new data to religion is called a heretic and at one time were killed.

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16-06-2013, 06:14 AM
RE: Yours favorite arguments for creationism
(15-06-2013 09:06 PM)theword Wrote:  Who is hungry for a Brontosaurus Burger?
Too bad the Brontosaurus never existed. It was another myth made up by scientists.

And what about the whole Pluto conspiracy? Huh?

If it isn't a planet, I guess it was never really discovered, right?

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16-06-2013, 07:50 AM
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(16-06-2013 06:14 AM)Chas Wrote:  And what about the whole Pluto conspiracy? Huh?

If it isn't a planet, I guess it was never really discovered, right?

It was a conspiracy by Disney I tell yeah!!!!!! Rolleyes

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16-06-2013, 09:02 AM
RE: Yours favorite arguments for creationism
The Piltdown Man Hoax
A skull and a jawbone were found in Piltdown England in the Early 1900's. Sir Arthur Smith Woodward of the British Museum verified that the skull had human features and the jaw was ape-like. The fossils became known as Piltdown Man. In 1915, another Dawn Man was found a couple of miles away from the site of the first find. Fossil remains of animals that lived with Piltdown Man, together with the tools that he used, were also found at the two sites. At last, here was ‘proof’ that apes had evolved into humans in England.
Almost forty years later, in 1953, Piltdown Man was exposed as a forgery, mainly through the work of Dr Kenneth Oakley. He showed that the skull was from a modern human and that the jawbone and teeth were from an orangutan. The teeth had been filed down to make them look human. The bones and teeth had been chemically treated (and sometimes even painted) to give them the appearance of being ancient.


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16-06-2013, 10:10 AM
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(16-06-2013 09:02 AM)theword Wrote:  The Piltdown Man Hoax
A skull and a jawbone were found in Piltdown England in the Early 1900's. Sir Arthur Smith Woodward of the British Museum verified that the skull had human features and the jaw was ape-like. The fossils became known as Piltdown Man. In 1915, another Dawn Man was found a couple of miles away from the site of the first find. Fossil remains of animals that lived with Piltdown Man, together with the tools that he used, were also found at the two sites. At last, here was ‘proof’ that apes had evolved into humans in England.
Almost forty years later, in 1953, Piltdown Man was exposed as a forgery, mainly through the work of Dr Kenneth Oakley. He showed that the skull was from a modern human and that the jawbone and teeth were from an orangutan. The teeth had been filed down to make them look human. The bones and teeth had been chemically treated (and sometimes even painted) to give them the appearance of being ancient.

And what is your point?

One dishonest person does not discredit the field of science.

You are grasping at straws.

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16-06-2013, 10:19 AM
RE: Yours favorite arguments for creationism
(16-06-2013 10:10 AM)Chas Wrote:  
(16-06-2013 09:02 AM)theword Wrote:  The Piltdown Man Hoax
A skull and a jawbone were found in Piltdown England in the Early 1900's. Sir Arthur Smith Woodward of the British Museum verified that the skull had human features and the jaw was ape-like. The fossils became known as Piltdown Man. In 1915, another Dawn Man was found a couple of miles away from the site of the first find. Fossil remains of animals that lived with Piltdown Man, together with the tools that he used, were also found at the two sites. At last, here was ‘proof’ that apes had evolved into humans in England.
Almost forty years later, in 1953, Piltdown Man was exposed as a forgery, mainly through the work of Dr Kenneth Oakley. He showed that the skull was from a modern human and that the jawbone and teeth were from an orangutan. The teeth had been filed down to make them look human. The bones and teeth had been chemically treated (and sometimes even painted) to give them the appearance of being ancient.

And what is your point?

One dishonest person does not discredit the field of science.

You are grasping at straws.

Actually if anything this proves there is no conspiracy to defraud. If there was some kind of all powerful scientific illuminati conspiracy would they have allowed any piece of their crafted evidence to be disproven? The fact that we have weeded out a few frauds here and there go to show that there is study and double checking going on. The difference between ID and evolution is one is double checked and compared to evidence constantly the other is just word games and logical fallacies.

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16-06-2013, 11:06 AM
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(16-06-2013 10:10 AM)Chas Wrote:  And what is your point?

One dishonest person does not discredit the field of science.

You are grasping at straws.

The idiot just proved why Peer review works.

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16-06-2013, 11:09 AM
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(16-06-2013 10:19 AM)Revenant77x Wrote:  Actually if anything this proves there is no conspiracy to defraud. If there was some kind of all powerful scientific illuminati conspiracy would they have allowed any piece of their crafted evidence to be disproven? The fact that we have weeded out a few frauds here and there go to show that there is study and double checking going on. The difference between ID and evolution is one is double checked and compared to evidence constantly the other is just word games and logical fallacies.

In the case of ID and "Dr." Behe completely made up.

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16-06-2013, 05:11 PM
RE: Yours favorite arguments for creationism
The next archaeological lie by the idiot evolutionists was “Nebraska Man.” In 1922, Paleontologist Harold Clark found what he considered to be the missing link, and right here in the US. So positive this find proved that man evolved from Apes, the discovery made it all the way into evidence in the 1925 Scopes Monkey Trial as proof that evolution is real. A drawing of “Nebraska Man and his wife” was even made as scientist were sure this was the sure find.
The problem was that the find was only a tooth. And from a PIG. Scientists had to eat their words once again. The pig was found to belong to a species of called “prosthennops serus”, and was found still alive in Paraguay in 1972.
How do you get a drawing of a man/ape like creature from a pigs tooth? As an idiot evolutionist, I'm sure they will tell you.


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16-06-2013, 05:18 PM
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(16-06-2013 05:11 PM)theword Wrote:  The next archaeological lie by the idiot evolutionists was “Nebraska Man.” In 1922, Paleontologist Harold Clark found what he considered to be the missing link, and right here in the US. So positive this find proved that man evolved from Apes, the discovery made it all the way into evidence in the 1925 Scopes Monkey Trial as proof that evolution is real. A drawing of “Nebraska Man and his wife” was even made as scientist were sure this was the sure find.
The problem was that the find was only a tooth. And from a PIG. Scientists had to eat their words once again. The pig was found to belong to a species of called “prosthennops serus”, and was found still alive in Paraguay in 1972.
How do you get a drawing of a man/ape like creature from a pigs tooth? As an idiot evolutionist, I'm sure they will tell you.

So one person makes a mistake and that invalidates a science?

Every post you make, you look more foolish.

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