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Old March 10th, 2018, 10:36 AM   #71
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Even more adorable when they quote Neil deGrasse Tyson. That one is a real chuckle.
Something is off about that guy. Its like they needed an approachable "science" guy. Reminds me of bill nye the engendering guy. Even my kids noticed it. He just doesn't come across like an egg-head
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There are mid-term elections coming up this fall. You have not heard?
What do you think I meant when I said this ."They are in for another rude awakening come this November...." ?? Buckle up Butter cup....the Dems are going to get their asses handed to them again this fall...
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You want to argue over how many times you've voiced an opinion????
Yeah....when someone claims I called people who voted for Obama ignorant, just like this thread is maintaining that Trump voters are ignorant, dozens of times....I am going to challenge that assertion.....Which I damned sure you would do if someone made a false assertion about you....
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Old March 10th, 2018, 03:13 PM   #74
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Something is off about that guy. Its like they needed an approachable "science" guy. Reminds me of bill nye the engendering guy. Even my kids noticed it. He just doesn't come across like an egg-head
Yep, to hell with the PhD in astrophysics, he just doesn’t SEEM “sciencey”
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Even more adorable when they quote Neil deGrasse Tyson. That one is a real chuckle.
Please, share your superior credentials and accomplishments.
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Nice vague insult, what makes the scientists who believe differently more serious than those at the institute for creation research. Feel free to debunk any of their and findings, or answers in genesis.

How did life originate? Evolutionist Professor Paul Davies admitted, “Nobody knows how a mixture of lifeless chemicals spontaneously organized themselves into the first living cell.” Andrew Knoll, professor of biology, Harvard, said, “we don’t really know how life originated on this planet” A minimal cell needs several hundred proteins. Even if every atom in the universe were an experiment with all the correct amino acids present for every possible molecular vibration in the supposed evolutionary age of the universe, not even one average-sized functional protein would form. So how did life with hundreds of proteins originate just by chemistry without intelligent design?
Braveheart, I for a couple of decades tried to verify the inerrant Bible. During that time I encountered AIG and ICR, the leading proponents of "creation science."

I do believe the universe and life are the result of intelligences, beings magnitudes more advanced than we, and beings whose home isn't this universe.

That said, AIG and ICR fail completely in their creation science role. Neither practices science. Science, unlike creation science, doesn't start off with a premise, such as God created the earth and populated it in six days in a roughly 6,000-year old universe, and then look for the observations that support the premise while rejecting the observations that don't.

I spent many, many years looking for the evidence to support a global flood. However, I'm going to credit ICR and AIG with ending my quest with their absolutely unscientific accounts of the flood.

Giving up the "inerrant Bible" concept was ne of the hardest things I've ever done.

Tons of questions remain unanswered, but life, once it began, evolved on a 4.6 billion year old earth which is in a 13.7 billion year old universe.

It's my opinion God forgives ICR and AIG for misleading millions of people.
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Braveheart, I for a couple of decades tried to verify the inerrant Bible. During that time I encountered AIG and ICR, the leading proponents of "creation science."

I do believe the universe and life are the result of intelligences, beings magnitudes more advanced than we, and beings whose home isn't this universe.

That said, AIG and ICR fail completely in their creation science role. Neither practices science. Science, unlike creation science, doesn't start off with a premise, such as God created the earth and populated it in six days in a roughly 6,000-year old universe, and then look for the observations that support the premise while rejecting the observations that don't.

I spent many, many years looking for the evidence to support a global flood. However, I'm going to credit ICR and AIG with ending my quest with their absolutely unscientific accounts of the flood.

Giving up the "inerrant Bible" concept was ne of the hardest things I've ever done.

Tons of questions remain unanswered, but life, once it began, evolved on a 4.6 billion year old earth which is in a 13.7 billion year old universe.

It's my opinion God forgives ICR and AIG for misleading millions of people.
But even if you accept that "the force" created the first "life", it was still, as fossil evidence shows was primitive single cells. And they evolved, mutated, change or whatever your favorite word is to the multitude of species that were and are on the earth.

That is established science. And it didn't happen in 6000 or 8000 years.

Ken Ham's dynosaur containing Arc is an abject joke.
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You sound just like my grandfather when he is trying to save my soul.
No I don’t.

If you think we sound the same then you either don’t understand (or don’t care to understand) the difference between religion and science.
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