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Dinosaurs Were On The Ark  
User currently offlineAeroWesty From United States of America, joined Oct 2004, 20640 posts, RR: 62
Posted (8 years 2 months 2 days 14 hours ago) and read 3306 times:

Yes, friends, people actually believe this!

After catching a glimpse of these wonderful beasts on TV tonight, I thought it'd be worthwhile posting a link to them here:

Offbeat Tourist Destinations In Your City/country (by Csavel Jul 21 2006 in Non Aviation)

What I found is beyond description:

http://www.cabazondinosaurs.com/main.htm

Anyone who's driven on I-10 between L.A. and Palm Springs know who these happy creatures are. But a few years ago, it appears, a creationist group bought the dinos to create an amusement park of sorts to preach against evolution. In this article on their website, they lay the foundation for why dinos must have been on the Ark:

http://www.answersingenesis.org/docs2001/dinos_on_ark.asp

"In Genesis 6:19–20, the Bible says that two of every sort of land vertebrate (seven of the “clean” animals) were brought by God to the Ark. Therefore, dinosaurs (land vertebrates) were represented on the Ark."

I'm pretty open-minded, and if people want to believe in creationism, so be it, even though it's not my cup of tea. But dinosaurs on the Ark--that just goes too far.

Couldn't they just let the dinosaurs be?  Big grin


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User currently offlineIAH777 From United States of America, joined Mar 2008, 0 posts, RR: 4
Reply 1, posted (8 years 2 months 2 days 14 hours ago) and read 3305 times:

Poor dinosaurs got hungry by the 39th day and tragically choked to death on the unicorns.  Sad

User currently offlineAeroWesty From United States of America, joined Oct 2004, 20640 posts, RR: 62
Reply 2, posted (8 years 2 months 2 days 14 hours ago) and read 3300 times:

Quoting IAH777 (Reply 1):
Poor dinosaurs got hungry by the 39th day

I see an upcoming Survivor - Dinosaur Island out of this.  laughing 



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User currently offlineSTLGph From United States of America, joined Oct 2004, 9371 posts, RR: 26
Reply 3, posted (8 years 2 months 2 days 14 hours ago) and read 3294 times:

Westy -

interesting how quickly Noah was able to collect millions of indigenous animals from remote, inaccessible regionsof the world for a 40 day ridein his ark.
there's only one way this is possible....Noah and sons rode aboard giant flying dinosaurs. and they must have been some big flying dinosaurs! can you imagine how big one must have been in order to be coming flying in with a pair of elephants strapped on?

of course, what is even more amazing is the ability to load 100 million plus animals onto a 450 foot ark in "the selfsame day" (Gensis 7:13-14).

in addition to those elephants, that's a heck of a lot of supplies for food and what not to be hitched up there for long trips around the world to South America, China, the North Pole, etc.
of course since creation scientists estimate the Earth is only 10,000 years old...so human beings were living among dinosaurs and had plenty of time to tame them for all of this to happen.

can you imagine Jesus playing with a pet raptor given to him for his 9th birthday?



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User currently offlineEWS From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 4, posted (8 years 2 months 2 days 14 hours ago) and read 3289 times:

Skidmarks and ANCFlyer were on the ark?  stirthepot 

Lew Big grin


User currently offlineGunsontheroof From United States of America, joined Jan 2006, 3505 posts, RR: 9
Reply 5, posted (8 years 2 months 2 days 13 hours ago) and read 3277 times:

"Shooot her!!! SHOOOOOOOOT HEERRRRR!!!"


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User currently offlinePulkovokiwi From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 6, posted (8 years 2 months 2 days 13 hours ago) and read 3276 times:

Why the hell did he bring along the donkey,the mossie,the black widow spider,ugly wimmen,ugly men?

User currently offlineAircraft From France, joined Jan 2007, 0 posts, RR: 0
Reply 7, posted (8 years 2 months 2 days 13 hours ago) and read 3261 times:

Quoting STLGph (Reply 3):
Noah and sons rode aboard giant flying dinosaurs

Yes, we already know this. Adam and Eve rode dinosaurs to church. It would only make sense for them to fly dinosaurs as well.


User currently offlineGDB From United Kingdom, joined May 2001, 13208 posts, RR: 77
Reply 8, posted (8 years 2 months 2 days 13 hours ago) and read 3253 times:

Is there a 'museum' too in some redneck area, expensive (all those low income fools giving money to con men), with displays of humans and dinosaurs together and all that shit.
They also want to say the Grand Caynon was formed by the flood myth of Noah's Ark.
And make that official.

Sorry to say, from an American viewpoint, that this has been reported over here, but also with polls showing a very large minority believe all this stuff-which did not fool me when I was 5 or 6 years old!
A majority do not beleive in Evolution either. (Probably think it's a Northern Liberal/EU/UN/Commie plot).

Do you know how this all makes the US look these days, worse when the President is reliant on the dolts who lap all this up, as they are a good part of his 'base'.


User currently offlineQXatFAT From Israel, joined Feb 2006, 2404 posts, RR: 5
Reply 9, posted (8 years 2 months 2 days 13 hours ago) and read 3252 times:

This thread needs to be deleted. Was brought up in another thread and you people are just talking out of your butt. Not even a real discussion


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User currently offlineAeroWesty From United States of America, joined Oct 2004, 20640 posts, RR: 62
Reply 10, posted (8 years 2 months 2 days 13 hours ago) and read 3246 times:

Quoting QXatFAT (Reply 9):
This thread needs to be deleted. Was brought up in another thread

I took a look at that other thread, and nowhere in it were the Cabazon Dinosaurs, the topic of this thread, mentioned.

Quoting QXatFAT (Reply 9):
you people are just talking out of your butt.

Butts aren't for talking!  silly 



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User currently offlineGDB From United Kingdom, joined May 2001, 13208 posts, RR: 77
Reply 11, posted (8 years 2 months 2 days 13 hours ago) and read 3245 times:

I think it's a worthy discussion to see how stupid many people are.
(I wonder how they function in the modern world).
Worse, they are in the richest nation in the world, with potentially exposure to the best education and information possible.

Unless QXatFAT, you beleive all this crap too, in which case the nicest thing to say is that I feel sorry for you.
Hopefully I'm wrong on this.

But all these fools, if they do not beleive in sound science about things that totally disprove fairey tales, why should other areas of science be accepted?
That allows them the use of electricity, of computers, of transport systems, of drugs that may one day save their lives?

ALL creationists, if they had ANY real principals, would live totally as in biblical times, none of the above available.
Unless of course many of them actually are more into the bigotry and hatred so prevelant in 'Faith inc'.


User currently offlineANCFlyer From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 12, posted (8 years 2 months 2 days 13 hours ago) and read 3245 times:

Quoting AeroWesty (Reply 10):
Butts aren't for talking!

 Wow!

Signed:
IAH777


User currently offlineQXatFAT From Israel, joined Feb 2006, 2404 posts, RR: 5
Reply 13, posted (8 years 2 months 2 days 12 hours ago) and read 3237 times:

I do believe in the Ark and dinosaurs on them. I am a strong Christian and my faith is strong. I am sorry but science has not proven any other "theory". The "missing link" is still missing isnt it  Wink Lets throw out some more theorys now. ICR or Institute for Creation Resurch. Good organisation. Scientists showing the proof of a devine creator and creation.


Don't Tread On Me!
User currently offlineBanco From United Kingdom, joined Oct 2001, 14752 posts, RR: 53
Reply 14, posted (8 years 2 months 2 days 12 hours ago) and read 3223 times:

Quoting QXatFAT (Reply 13):
I do believe in the Ark and dinosaurs on them.

I'd be interested to hear your explanation on the practicalities here. Let's assume for a moment that dinosaurs and humans lived at the same time. We also have all those other millions upon millions of species that are still extant.

So, I'd like to know how the life of the entire planet got on board.



She's as nervous as a very small nun at a penguin shoot.
User currently offlinePulkovokiwi From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 15, posted (8 years 2 months 2 days 12 hours ago) and read 3223 times:

From a galaxy far far away on Boeings

User currently offlineJGPH1A From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 16, posted (8 years 2 months 2 days 12 hours ago) and read 3215 times:

Quoting QXatFAT (Reply 13):
ICR or Institute for Creation Resurch. Good organisation. Scientists showing the proof of a devine creator and creation.

...where they undertake resurch so devine they don't even have to spell it right ! Hilarious...

Read a book, seriously. Any book, maybe starting with "Reality for Dummies". Religion is like Star Trek, it's cute as a hobby, but don't go mistaking it for real life.


User currently offlineIAH777 From United States of America, joined Mar 2008, 0 posts, RR: 4
Reply 17, posted (8 years 2 months 2 days 11 hours ago) and read 3210 times:

Quoting ANCFlyer (Reply 12):


Signed:
IAH777

Dangit. You found it before I did.

(the double entendre, not Westy's butt)


User currently offlineAeroWesty From United States of America, joined Oct 2004, 20640 posts, RR: 62
Reply 18, posted (8 years 2 months 2 days 11 hours ago) and read 3204 times:

Quoting IAH777 (Reply 17):
(the double entendre, not Westy's butt)

This is absolutely shocking, of course, it's such a gorgeous butt it's difficult to overlook!



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User currently offlineGDB From United Kingdom, joined May 2001, 13208 posts, RR: 77
Reply 19, posted (8 years 2 months 2 days 7 hours ago) and read 3153 times:

QXatFAT, do you also beleive in Santa Claus?
If not, why not?
Same logistical and practical problems.

Myself, I seem, despite my lack of science qualifications, to be able to see the gap of 65 million years since the final extinction of the Dinosaurs, and the couple of million years since some apes started to develop further.
All provable.

As provable as the science of what powers and makes your computer work, so are they magic?


User currently offlineJaysit From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 20, posted (8 years 2 months 2 days 6 hours ago) and read 3128 times:

Quoting QXatFAT (Reply 13):
I do believe in the Ark and dinosaurs on them. I am a strong Christian and my faith is strong.

And I believe that dinosaurs are around today.

What kind of dinosaur are you?

Quoting QXatFAT (Reply 13):
ICR or Institute for Creation Resurch. Good organisation. Scientists showing the proof of a devine creator and creation.

 rotfl   rotfl 

HAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.


User currently offlineKlaus From Germany, joined Jul 2001, 21463 posts, RR: 53
Reply 21, posted (8 years 2 months 2 days 5 hours ago) and read 3101 times:

Quoting GDB (Reply 19):
Same logistical and practical problems.

I'd love to see a tiny timber-constructed ark as described in the bible loading even just a couple of seismosaurus (weight: 50-80 metric tons each), let alone a couple of all dinosaur species in history in addition to all modern species...

It's pure rubbish.


User currently offlineJGPH1A From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 22, posted (8 years 2 months 2 days 5 hours ago) and read 3096 times:

Quoting Klaus (Reply 21):
I'd love to see a tiny timber-constructed ark as described in the bible loading even just a couple of seismosaurus (weight: 50-80 metric tons each), let alone a couple of all dinosaur species in history in addition to all modern species...

Tsk tsk, don't you read ? They were BABY seismosauruses, only weighing about 8 tons, so they fit in easily, and besides they bred with hamsters to produce clownfish or three-toed sloths, which explains perfectly the wondrous diversity of nature. I know I'm convinced !


User currently offlineKlaus From Germany, joined Jul 2001, 21463 posts, RR: 53
Reply 23, posted (8 years 2 months 2 days 5 hours ago) and read 3092 times:

Quoting JGPH1A (Reply 22):
Tsk tsk, don't you read ? They were BABY seismosauruses, only weighing about 8 tons, so they fit in easily, and besides they bred with hamsters to produce clownfish or three-toed sloths, which explains perfectly the wondrous diversity of nature. I know I'm convinced !

Bizarrely enough, your whacky explanation actually increases the level of plausibility...!  mischievous 


User currently offlineJGPH1A From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 24, posted (8 years 2 months 2 days 5 hours ago) and read 3092 times:

Quoting Klaus (Reply 23):
Bizarrely enough, your whacky explanation actually increases the level of plausibility...!

And now you're convinced too. We are both now qualified to go forth and preach unto the heathen. Where's Kirkie when you need him ?


25 AeroWesty : He's out still trying to figure out why the plural of "sheep" is still "sheep" and how that works to his advantage.
26 Post contains images Klaus : Lack of an official license has never kept me from preaching! Well, you know where... there are only two places to check, one near a beer tap and ano
27 JGPH1A : You may well be right - but I suspect he'll be at his usually spot, sprawled out by the wheelie-bins behind Tescos, hopped up from snorting lemon-sce
28 Post contains images YYZflyer : those things would have to be flying pretty damn fast too. I'd say hypersonic speeds..... A nice big pasture....
29 Post contains images Klaus : Ewww! The poor soul! I fear he may be well beyond saving by now. Quarantine and continued isolation may be the only way to save at least some of the
30 JGPH1A : Alas, I fear it is too late to save the Scottish population from the dangers of infection by Kirkie - for some time now they have been reduced to sha
31 Post contains images MD80fanatic : According to popular accepted dimensions of the ark, it would easily be able to hold around 30,000 tons of weight. Sitting very low in the water (as
32 QXatFAT : I feel like a broken record explaining myself over and over again. Read other posts by me. No sorry Please give me the science that backs up your "th
33 JGPH1A : Don't worry - Klaus and I have found religion - we will pay Banco a little visit and explain to him the error of his ways in the prescribed episcopal
34 Scorpio : I've taken the liberty of looking up those other posts. A few clarifications I need: -If the dinosaurs were on the Ark, why did they become extinct (
35 Post contains links QXatFAT : http://www.christiananswers.net/q-eden/edn-c013.html Great article to explain many of your questions and blasts. If you are really wanting to know ans
36 Post contains images Skidmarks : I've just noticed this you unspeakable little tow rag you!!!!! Everyone knows we were born of the union between woman and Angel! Andy
37 Searpqx : I just read the article, and I admit, it does a good job of spinning the facts so that it seems plausible. But I still have a couple questions: 1. It
38 JGPH1A : Shame - the old eye-brain coordination is always the first thing to go... or from the union of a Diplodocus and a Siberian Hamster, as propounded in
39 GDB : QX, how are you on the persecution of great minds who dared to suggest that the Sun, not the Earth was at the centre of the Solar System? Luckily, the
40 TACAA320 : "Son of Lamech, Noah was one of eight people that lived before, during, and after the Great Flood. When God saw the extent of human wickedness on the
41 Post contains links TACAA320 : http://www.csun.edu/~vcgeo005/bogus.html
42 CastleIsland : Speak not rationally to the irrational, lest they feel compelled to reply.
43 Post contains links TACAA320 : http://bibletime.com/theory/year/index.html Biblical years come in two lengths with three different names. Years are either 360 days or 390 days, 12
44 Post contains links and images AeroWesty : Hmm, well this is interesting. According to the dinosaur people, the Ark was the equivalent in size to 522 railway cars. I really wish they hadn't me
45 Aloges : Maybe there was actually some sort of ark, some guy called Noah and a huge flood. Maybe that Noah even took a few animals with him on that boat, and m
46 Jafa39 : And (bearing in mind all life had been blotted out) found women where.............??????????? God has given us the intelligence to be able to track m
47 Post contains images Skidmarks : Roll on death, i can't wait that long!!!!!!!!! Andy
48 Pulkovokiwi : As I said bloody good story the writer would have made a fortune today."Noah and the Return of the Ark" by J K Rowling buy it on DVD Now!
49 MD80fanatic : According to the text, Noah's wife and the three wives of Noah's three respective sons were aboard also.
50 Jafa39 : So, incest wasn't a problem then? Look, either God knows everything or he is a total muppet, I believe the former (in a rather informal way) "Fundies
51 FlyboyOz : well...The definition of dinosaurs can be dragons, monsters and other names you have got!
52 Searpqx : Indeed, and while I'm no geneticist, I'm pretty sure that four couples, with all males related and one female related to three males, isn't a viable
53 Dc10s4ever : The whole Noas Ark story is pure fiction. There is no way it ever existed. The so called bible says that there were two of every animal on the ark. Th
54 CastleIsland : Absurd! Buddy Cianci's clan alone would have dropped that fucker to the bottom of the Dead Sea.
55 Post contains images Nitrohelper : Go with Genesis I verse 29, " herb with seed all over the earth" smoke some of that , and you won't care about dinosaurs or floods!
56 QXatFAT : Take the time to read other posts! It measures in sheep because that is the average size of animals. A lot smaller and some bigger. Like stated!.....
57 Post contains images AeroWesty : The sheep reference is a general joke on this board. No need to get upset about it. (We leave that to GKirk)
58 CastleIsland : Wow. you ACTUALLY BELIEVE this. I suppose because it is old testament, you can justify your belief. The New Testament involves parables. Is it in you
59 Post contains images MD80fanatic : Actually it wasn't a problem at all. It was a command by God (and a necessity considering how few people that were left). After the population grew s
60 Post contains links Gunsontheroof : Yes, but that was tens of millions of years ago before humans lived...and if you look at the animation projecting the split up, you'll see that what
61 CastleIsland : Why not just say sane people?
62 STLGph : zzzzzzzzzz and i'm still waiting for new creatures to just suddenly appear on the earth's surface.
63 Post contains images CastleIsland : Ever looked into a mirror?
64 Gunsontheroof : Jurassic Ark?
65 CastleIsland : It truly comes down to a point where one must grab thy nuts, cover thy bunghole, and just jump into the primordial ooze that is the tin-foil reality
66 Aircraft : What about the animals who were hit by cars on their way to enter the Ark? I can imagine with all those roads an animal must travel across to get to t
67 Post contains links TACAA320 : It's a problem NOW. http://www.guttmacher.org/pubs/tgr/06/2/gr060203.html
68 TACAA320 : "How did dinosaurs fit on Noah’s Ark? People think of dinosaurs as huge animals that could peer over the tops of tall trees. But many dinosaurs were
69 TACAA320 : "Mussaurus is an plant-eating dinosaur known from 18 to 37 cm-long (9 to 16 in) fossilized juvenile and infant skeletons, which are the smallest dinos
70 Gunsontheroof : The Triassic Period was the time of smaller dinosaurs, and as you'll note, didn't occur within the last 8,000 years. To suggest that dinosaurs were o
71 Post contains links TACAA320 : " “Baby Louie” created by Brian Cooley (named for the man who photographed it Louie Psihoyos). Baby Louie, the only fully articulated dinosaur emb
72 Post contains images Aircraft : Could you imagine what would happen if Noah were to accidentally let the termites to escape their living quarters? All mankind would have been doomed!
73 TACAA320 : The very presence of dinosaur fossils today is (in part) proof that they existed up to the time of the flood. So if they were still alive in the days
74 Aircraft : We should keep in mind that pirates survived the flood too. Aargh Matey!
75 QXatFAT : Because to believe in coming from primortial oooze or evolving from an ape which in return came from primortial oooze takes a lot more faith for me t
76 SpinalTap : This is the most sensible post of the whole thread. Sure it could have been exaggerated but also the translation can have an effect as well as change
77 Post contains images MD80fanatic : I don't know....probably because I am not a very good liar. I guess I could rephrase it.....let's see...."To all you pagan earth worshippers who swal
78 Post contains images Gunsontheroof : Comet. 65 million years ago. Period. Show me some biblical or historical mention of dinosaurs and humans interacting and I might stop laughing at you
79 Post contains links and images QXatFAT : Well if you read the Bible you will see everything was plant eating pre-flood. So obveusly Dinosaurs would not be hunting down men. In the book of Jo
80 Post contains links Gunsontheroof : Then plants must have been pretty tough back then if Tyrannosaurus needed serrated teeth to cut through them. You'll note that I said "interacting",
81 Levent : I am sure if T-Rex was on Noah's ark it would have eaten him... and all the other animals for that matter.
82 STLGph : that's lovely. what about the other 100 million plus animals? i'm wearing those earrings....
83 Post contains images RobertNL070 : Forgive me for not discussing whether or not Noah's Ark harboured all manner of refugee reptiles. However the Bible was compiled a few thousands of ye
84 Jafa39 : Good man, you spotted the killer punch Guns....who, when claiming the world is 6-8,000 years old would use something 16,000 yrs old to prove their th
85 Gunsontheroof : The sustainability of this eco-system you suggest intrigues me. Care to explain how this worked? If there were no carnivores running around, what was
86 Banco : Um. "Descended from"? Would that be sort of like "evolved from"? (Note: Aerowesty was quoting the above link, not proposing it)
87 GDB : No QX, YOU think old fairey tales are fact, so YOU go out and do something useful. There are millions, literally, of science papers ratified with peer
88 Post contains images RobertNL070 : However we read in Genesis 1:25 that "God made wild animals, cattle and every creeping thing, all according to their various kinds; and he saw that it
89 Levent : Wild animals = people boarding a flight with free seating Cattle = economy class passengers Every creeping thing = economy class pax crawling out of
90 Post contains images RobertNL070 : Okay. But I was actually thinking of Airliners.net Civil Aviation
91 AR385 : He used FEDEX Actually, a lot of people believe the remains of the Ark are located in Mt. Ararat in Turkey. Any climbers here? I am a Roman Catholic
92 TACAA320 : What a coincidence. That's exactly what i'm doing about you. LAUGHING. As AR385 said, they were sent by courier. Very well said.
93 Post contains images MD80fanatic : There were also cave paintings of UFOs....big deal. So early man had an imagination, what does that prove? Proof, proof, where's the proof? All of th
94 Post contains images Aloges : I'm sure our faithful creationist friends have the answer for you, which is... *drumrools* "God did it!" Naw... don't you know that's what everyone b
95 Post contains links TACAA320 : "In most Mesopotamian mythology the purpose of the flood story seems to be mainly to report a disastrous event. The flood was clearly perceived as an
96 Post contains images Aloges : I see - that white-bearded man up on cloud number nine specifically decided when each herbivore had to die, so populations wouldn't grow excessively.
97 TACAA320 : Of course it's not science [nor ignorance]. Is something called "faith".
98 Post contains images Aloges : Believing that the Christian God micro-managed everything from the shape of a raindrop to the DNA of a human is faith? That's not faith, that's takin
99 TACAA320 : To be exact "... the substance of things to be hoped for, the evidence of things that appear not." Hebrews 11:1.
100 Post contains links Baroque : You may just have provided the key to finding it. Many thanks. Ian Plimer took a creationist to court using the Trade Descriptions Act (I think that
101 Post contains links TACAA320 : Quoting Aloges (Reply 96): that's not science, that's ignorance. Don't worry. Science doesn't have the answer for everything [eg. "evolutionism" can't
102 MD80fanatic : I took all those classes and more, yet all I saw were lots of data and a very specific and obvious agenda. There is that word "proof" again.....let's
103 Klaus : Didn't know that - actually, fossilized remains of deceased animals (or plants, for that matter) do not contain any of the original carbon any more a
104 Post contains images Aloges : Even though I agree with the content, it's not the source that makes me agree - it's the content itself. There is no "evolutionism". Christian fundam
105 TACAA320 : Two completely different "things" by the way.
106 TACAA320 : Right !
107 Post contains images Aloges : funny how you start differentiating when someone's discussing your beliefs... So you agree that creationism is not science and that evolution is not
108 Post contains links TACAA320 : Many people said so before you. "I take a position as a Theistic Evolutionist not because I've got it all figured out how evolution fits in with Gene
109 TACAA320 : Don't change my words. Re read what I said in my post #107 as well yours [#104]
110 MD80fanatic : I don't consider it data....I consider it a storybook for God's people, full of symbology, analogy, parables, and good advice for life. Look, just be
111 Baroque : Very true, but just for the record, the rocks within which dinosaurs are found can be dated by other radiometric methods. The method that would be us
112 Post contains images Aloges : asking a rhetorical question I didn't. To me, "evolutionism" sounds like something you choose to believe in or not, just like Judaism or any other re
113 Klaus : • In the successful verifiability of a theory. • In the consistency of the respective theory with existing and future observation. • In the suc
114 MD80fanatic : Good point....that was a bad choice of words. My apologies.
115 Klaus : Of course; I was merely pointing out why the claim above was more than just a bit fishy. Thanks for expanding on the topic.
116 Post contains links TACAA320 : Rhetorical question ? Sounds more like a grammatical error. Or a bad constructed question. You did, and you know that. Sounds like something YOU choo
117 TACAA320 : It's a highly consistent and unproved theory.
118 Flyingbabydoc : Actually, I read an interesting article on "nature" a few years back trying to associate either a major flood in the Mediterranean (due to continenta
119 Post contains links Flyingbabydoc : please go to http://ncbi.nlm.nih.gov Knock yourself out in seeing genes being slowly modified across species. See evolution down to the DNA. What els
120 Post contains images TACAA320 : Maybe a written document, notarized and sent by DHL.
121 Klaus : Please state your precise requirements for the kind of "proof" you're talking of. By the same standards that successfully brought about our entire te
122 Post contains links and images Aloges : Oooohhh the irony! The adverb would have been "badly", however the adverb of choice would have been "poorly". I didn't twist anyone's words. Let's se
123 Post contains images Aloges : could be his priest saying "Hey, folks... evolution happened the way they're telling you in science class!"
124 Post contains images MD80fanatic : 95%? Chemically perhaps....but that is it. One look from a kindergartner could tell you that a 95% similarity is most unlikely. Along the same vein y
125 Post contains images Aloges : I knew that someone would feel insulted! How so? And don't tell me your thinking of "humans" as Homo sapiens sapiens only!
126 Flyingbabydoc : ??????? That is a bit far-fetched. Apes are even more similar, up to 99%. Our enzymes and proteins can be studied sometimes in bacteria, for they are
127 Post contains links Baroque : Perhaps the link to this cartoon I just posted in another thread is appropriate on the subject of intelligence levels. http://www.smh.com.au/cartoons/
128 TACAA320 : Another "poorly" constructed sentence. Since I never mentioned anything in my post the word "evolution" which clearlly appears in your previous quote
129 MD80fanatic : Thank you for clarifying. It's important to mention under what terms your "similarities" surround. I can say that a camping lantern is more similar t
130 Aloges : which I corrected for your convenience You might want to check those things before you bash others for their corrected typing errors. I asked a quest
131 MD80fanatic : Logic would not dictate that a creator would automatically create an invulnerable being. God Himself admitted that we are flawed, a sinful lot. I don
132 TACAA320 : Thanks a lot.
133 Aloges : It's odd for me to read about such a pictorial and concrete form of belief in a deity... the way most people I deal with personally have much more ab
134 Post contains links TACAA320 : " Science and Religion The Catholic Church has always taught that "no real disagreement can exist between the theologian and the scientist provided ea
135 Aloges : And your point or your comment is..?
136 TACAA320 : "Vatican Council I says: If anyone does not confess that the world and all things which are contained in it, both spiritual and material, as regards t
137 Post contains images Aloges : sigh... I guess it all boils down to this: I too could start quoting things I find on the internet, or some essay I wrote some time ago, but that wou
138 Post contains images MD80fanatic : You know, I think I have been complimented (whether you intended to or not). That's a very nice thing to say. Thank you, it made my Sunday.
139 Post contains images Aloges : That's never a bad thing.
141 Flyingbabydoc : EXCELLENT! Already printed and placed on my lab's board (the technicians will have a field day tomorrow!) Alex
142 Post contains images Aloges : BTW, I put a letter in the mail today.
143 Flyingbabydoc : Also Excellent! I will make sure I tell the "boss" tomorrow. I will be looking forward to you working with us in October. Then you can see a bit of "
144 Post contains links and images Aloges : lol Here's one that's a wee bit more controversial: http://members.optusnet.com.au/~pk1956/atheism/creationist.gif
145 Post contains images MD80fanatic :
146 Confuscius : "I know God created all of us in His image" He must be quite an underachiever.
147 Post contains images Aloges : God, that cartoon is stupid... ...now tell me why I shouldn't think scientists can be extremely accurate and spot-on.
148 Post contains images MD80fanatic : Because they managed to land somewhere on the near side of the moon? Pretty impressive!!! Now then, back to topic.... Just kidding. Don't get your st
149 MD80fanatic : As Confuscius says....."Confuscius should speak for himself."
150 Pulkovokiwi : Did the ark have GPS?
151 Post contains images Aircraft : Ha ha, silly medical student! That was all done in a movie set. Science didn't do that, Hollywood did.
152 Flyingbabydoc : Next time you are sick, please remind the doctor only to use prayer and good thoughts to heal you. Otherwise, you will be giving in to the "scientist
153 Flyingbabydoc : LOL... Specially the part on anal discharge during the debates. That is what I used to call ventriculo-colonic anastomosis... (s..t head!) I am sendi
154 Post contains images Aircraft : I'm offended. You smashed backhoe!
155 Post contains images Flyingbabydoc : Hey, if the shoe fits...
156 Post contains links and images AsstChiefMark : The Family Guy video explaination of evolution vs. creationism: http://religiousfreaks.com/UserFiles/Media/family.guy.creationism.wmv Mark
157 TACAA320 : Then start quoting, instead of asking over and over.[Edited 2006-07-23 22:55:20]
158 TACAA320 : Nice cartoon !
159 Post contains links TACAA320 : Was hard, but you got it [at last]. "The relevant passages are Genesis 6:19–20 and Genesis 7:2–3. Genesis 6:19–20: ‘And of every living thing
160 Klaus : The highest level of scientific confirmation for a theory available at all requires: • Verifiability by comparison with observations. • Consisten
161 AsstChiefMark : The Old Testament is a storybook of tales not unlike Aesop's Fables. The stories have been passed on orally for thousands of year. The details have be
162 TACAA320 : Just because you say so ? Maybe you can elaborate your post a little bit. I bounce the question to you.
163 Aloges : That's exactly the difference between creationists and scientists. You quote a book that loads of people worked on over thousands of years and call i
164 Flyingbabydoc : No, just because he and the whole scientific community say so. People who have no other agenda than to search for plausible explanations for things l
165 Post contains images Aircraft : Would this include Noah and his schizophrenia? Some theories suggest schizophrenia may be at least partially caused by some type of pathogen. Sorry,
166 Post contains links TACAA320 : Good for you. "In the American vernacular, "theory" often means "imperfect fact"--part of a hierarchy of confidence running downhill from fact to the
167 Klaus : Expanding on that, I have clearly identified the standard scientific criteria for validation of a theory. You have claimed to possess some additional
168 Post contains images Aloges : Since when is any kind of "vernacular" the language of science? But you on the other hand have absolute certainty that the things you so firmly belie
169 AeroWesty : When I first posted this thread, I was actually under the belief that the people who bought up the Carbazon Dinos were part of some undernourished fri
170 Post contains images Klaus : You never know - when somebody explicitly asks to get backed into a corner, I can't help but oblige...!
171 Post contains images Aloges : I sure as hell won't be passing on that! There must be some Biblical quote out there that fits that situation! [Edited 2006-07-24 00:14:49]
172 NoUFO : "Thy hand grenade, that with it, Thou mayest blow Thine enemies to tiny bits... in Thy mercy."
173 Post contains images Aloges : Please... if you've already gone through the hassle of getting the rabbit on the boat, you might as well keep it alive. Not to mention the damage to
174 NoUFO : But, but, it's the holy hand-grenade, you know, which, God willing, would only wipe out the overpopulation of rabbits that would clearly to be expect
175 Post contains images Aloges : Oh silly me, I forgot it's God's will at it again. By the way, what does God need a will for? Isn't being immortal part of the job description? Cave,
176 MD80fanatic : I haven't been to a doctor in 25 years. It's not that I don't trust you guys....well....yes it is. Personally, I never said I believed dinosaurs were
177 TACAA320 : Like a freaking person that think is a scientist ? Of course. Don't have a single doubt of it.
178 Klaus : ...crickets chirping...
179 TACAA320 : And after few minutes I confirm without hesitation my theory about such point Aircraft.
180 Post contains images Aircraft : Looks like someone just blew a few neurons.
181 Post contains images TACAA320 : A few or all of them ?
182 Klaus : I'm still waiting for the alleged scientific criteria you've claimed the theory of evolution doesn't satisfy!
183 Post contains images Navymidn : I usually don't post in these discussions, cause they are so polarized, but I think this one is worth it. I am a Christian, Roman Catholic to be exact
184 Post contains images Gunsontheroof : Refreshing. While I don't profess faith in any established religion, I find this world view to be much more rational than one based on a literal inte
185 Post contains links and images TACAA320 : Very well said. Totally agree with you. " The Catholic Church has never had a problem with "evolution" (as opposed to philosophical Darwinism, which
186 AsstChiefMark : It's interesting that the Simpsons and Family Guy both had episodes addressing creationism tonight. Mark
187 Post contains links TACAA320 : It's always the same. This is not a new thread. We have been discussing the same theme over and over for months. BTW, those who claim to contribute t
188 Baroque : Oh yes the giraffe peering sybarite. Super job, pike, with four half turns three backflips and a perfect FoF landing.
189 Pulkovokiwi : Good God I wish I wrote the bible. I would have made a fortune with T shirts,X box,PSP,PS3 etc. Must admit I prefer Lee Child.
190 AR385 : You are right. There was a common animal from which simians and man descended from. We do not come from Monkeys. They are merely our cousins. This de
191 Aloges : You're still typing, so some of them should still be working. Yes. Of course. Since posting immensely valuable (and long) quotes from the Bible, some
192 NoUFO : This is the problem for who tend to take every word of the Bible literally: According to the Bible, dinosaurs were on the Ark, but it's obvious that t
193 Post contains images RobertNL070 : What I've often wondered, being, like you, a Christian of ..erm.. progressive beliefs (see also my reply #83), is whether Big Bang wasn't some kind o
194 TACAA320 : Bad for you. This is an old theme here at A.net and as I said, many scientist [the real ones] teologist, philosophers, thinkers in general have the a
195 Jaysit : Btw, I guess we have Noah to blame for all those millions of species of viruses, bacterium, etc. that he went about collecting and shoved on the ark (
196 TACAA320 : [quote=Jaysit,reply=195] I prefer to blame humanity for those diseases and pestilence.
197 Aloges : What does that have to do with anything?
198 Baroque : Ah a religious question I can answer and help you. He is called Benedict - so I am told.
199 Tootallsd : At the risk of setting off another 175 posts and replies... "Where did all the water come from to flood the enter land mass of the earth to a depth si
200 Tootallsd : Excuse me what? How is humanity to blame for disease? Spreading disease I can see, but causing it to arise?
201 Jaysit : But that's not the point. The point is that if these microorganisms exist today and if you believe the Ark myth to a fault, Noah must have collected
202 Mt99 : Funniest website out there. How many man-hours were spent creating (no pun intended) this dribble? Dont forget - he probably dropped them of back to
203 Baroque : There would have had to have been 2000 to 3000 m depending on where you think the arc landed. If it hit land on an "ebb tide" then you must have had
204 Mt99 : Is Algebra mentioned in the Bible?
205 Garnetpalmetto : The thread's getting a bit on the lengthy side, so I'm locking it down.
206 MD80fanatic : People, you are trying hard to prove a negative (which is not possible). All you are doing is asking the same unanswerable questions over and over. Wh
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