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Quote# 6426

If what Piso says is true than if a 4 month old foetus was pulled put of it's mother's womb, it wouldn't die but 'adapt' and grow up to be healthy and productive member of society because the brain, heart and lungs aren't really THAT vital... quit acting like a moronplease.

Gumby, Acne.org message board 6 Comments [3/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 6425

Sorry Piso, read all three links and NONE OF THEM explain any of the questions I raised. They go on about an organ functioning even though it's not fully developed. I didn't ask about ANY organ I asked about VITAL ORGANS i.e. brain, heart, lungs, kidneys and what kept the animal alive while they were evolving them. You can't seriously be suggesting that a half formed, unbeating heart is going to keep someone alive nor can you be suggesting that half-formed, uninflated lungs will do the same. Back to the drawing board for you!!

Gumby, Acne.org message board 4 Comments [3/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 6424

LISTEN ONCE AGAIN!!!!!!!! I DID NOT SAY GIVE ME A FUCKING LINK [about creationist misconceptions] I SAID GO FIND THE SPECIFIC ANSWERS, WRITE THEM UP AND THEN POST THEM HERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ME AND AYSIA HAVE GONE TO A LOT OF TROUBLE AND EFFORT TO PROVIDE ACTUAL DETAILS WITH OUR ARGUEMENTS SO THE LEAST YOU COULD DO IS RETURN THE FAVOUR!!!! ONE MORE TIME: NO LINKS, NO BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS, ONLY ACTUAL QUOTES, ONLY ACTUAL SPECIFIC INFORMATION PERTAINING TO THE QUESTIONS RAISED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THANK YOU VERY MUCH

Gumby, Acne.org message board 20 Comments [3/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 6423

I see that for all the attempted rebuttals, nobody has been able to refute my claim: What keeps an evolving organism/animal with a semi-evolved i.e. non-functional i.e. practically useless heart, brain, respiratory/reproductive system alive and breeding for millions of years? Any takers?

Gumby, Acne.org message board 5 Comments [3/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 6422

Volant is one of those people who thinks he knows-it-all merely because he's sweat a brow by reading a few books written by mainstream logically-challenged evolutionists who think aliens are the missing link in green neon-glo booger monsters. He can't really explain anything without having to resort to pompuous heretics (and books spewn forth by scientists who have a personal vendetta against the possibility of God) who's historical achievement in science is as landmarked as a highly trafficked pile of horse-shit... I have nothing but respect for Gumby. At least he gives precise, well thought out and concise arguments reflecting that his knowledge isn't contrived as a result of visiting a few websites and acting smart. Gumby should inspire the 'neutral' section to really decide who's living in a fairytale world.

Aysia, Acne.org message board 0 Comments [3/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 6421

And since we're on the subject of God, you might want to check out one of my older posts where I proved using the laws of physics and nature that God does indeed exist and that without Him truly nothing could exist. I'd provide a link to the original thread but I can't remember it so you'll have to look for it yourselves.

Gumby, Acne.org message board 11 Comments [3/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 6420

Fucking Brilliant. I don't love many people, but I do love you Gumby..

Aysia, Acne.org message board 8 Comments [3/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 6419

You know, this getting really fucking old really fucking fast!!!! Volant keeps on asking me to provide certain scientific evidence to back up my claims while I am all the time appealing for him to use his common sense and logic!!!!!..So the question must be asked (for like the 100th fucking time!!): What life support system did these evolving i.e. developing organisms have? What kept them alive while their hearts, brains, lungs, ect. were still being constructed? These organisms didn't have the benefit of a nice cozy womb, no, they lived out there in a cruel dog rape cat world. Do you see what I'm getting at? No? Let me explain. Evolutionists want you to believe that evolving organisms with effectively no brain, no heart, no lungs, no kidneys i.e. no vital organs lived healthy and productive lives. Have you ever seen a guy with no brain, no heart, no lungs walking around, pinching woman's asses? NO! WHY? BECAUSE IT'S PHUCKING PHYSICALLY AND BIOLOGICALLY IMPOSSIBLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Understand?????? So until evolutionary scientists come up with a feasable explanation as to to how evolving life forms with non-functional vital organs managed to keep themselves alive and healthy for all those tens of millions of years, I will continue to say'You guys are full of shit!!!!!' Is common sense good enough Volant or will you still be requiring scientific evidence on what I've just said?

Gumby, Acne.org message board 32 Comments [3/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 6418

Credibility is what you want it to be. If your narrow-minded prejudice prevents you from accepting that unfortunately, your ancestors probably didn't jump around vines with harems of beautiful semi-woman chimps while extracting dirty lice from each other's cooch, then it's a fault on your part - not mine.

Aysia, Acne.org message board 11 Comments [3/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 6417

There is no fossil evidence to prove that bird feathers once evolved from reptile scales. Au contraire, feathers appeared 'suddenly' in the fossil record as a complete, distinguished species of their own... I think it's my turn to pervasively screech, 'DO YOU PEOPLE READ ANY SCIENTIFIC LITERATURE AT ALL?!'

Aysia, Acne.org message board 10 Comments [3/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 6416

Bateria's ability to become resistant to antibiotics is not evolution, it's minor mutation, an immune reaction. Mutated bacteria are still bacteria, not fluffy rabbits. BTW, when I say that I have spoken to biologists and the like, I mean in a social capacity, since my elder sister is a biologist and she gets lots of visitors form colleagues abroad(probably cos she's a babe!!). She too doesn't believe in evolution, interestingly enough, and a lot of the arguements I have used here were first brought to my attention by her. So, for those who think me and Aysia are narrow-minded and blabbering on incoherently, go out and answer the very real and valid points we have raised and prove us wrong. My old favorite is: what keeps evolving organisms alive since they have no functional vital organs?

Gumby, Acne.org message board 11 Comments [3/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 6415

The controvery surrounding evolution is a hype which marxists and materialists feed off like the disappointing rot of decayed meat. Most poor, thick-headed sods are denied the comfort of knowing the truth because they have this innate belief that every fucking scientist is a genius. Well they're not. Scientists: they shit just like you and me, except that they have the priviledge to spout dogmatic political agendas and label it 'logic.'

Aysia, Acne.org message board 8 Comments [3/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 6414

[After that nonsense was debunked]You've no doubt fallen for the same boring easy common trap of taking things at face value. Dig deeper, I mean really deep, deeper than the cholesterol-induced, sludgy slow stream of crap suffocating your neural pathways which is responsible for allowing your fingers to type such a croc of shit. Now grab hold of that one little piece of common sense that you have (no, don't eat it) and tack it to your disgusting forehead. Feel any better?It's no wonder the youth of today are so misguided.

Aysia, Acne.org message board 6 Comments [3/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 6413

Just so you know, I've spoken to biologists and evolutionary scientists in both Europe and Australia and NONE of them could explain to me the points I and Aysia just raised, they just say 'Oh, that field of research hasn't been fully explored yet.' Shitheads, if something hasn't been fully explored or explained, you can't declare it to be true!!!

Gumby, Acne.org message board 9 Comments [3/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 6412

Another thing to consider is this: since evolution is ongoing, where are all the transitional life forms with evolving and currently-useless organs and limbs TODAY??????????? Are there any organisms today with semi-formed organs and limbs, ones that are, in lehman's terms 'under construction', due to become functional sometime in the next few millions of years?? The answer so far is a big fat NOPE!!!!.. These and other questions are routinely ignored by scientists who think their PhD in biology makes them Gods, er sorry, evolution's all-knowing gift to mankind!!

Gumby, Acne.org message board 15 Comments [3/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 6411

That little link of up there offers no answers to the question I raised earlier: How do evolving organisms with evolving i.e. semi-formed i.e. non-functional i.e. temporarily useless vital organs live and survive? If the heart is vital for a mammal to live, what kept it alive while it was evolving that heart?

Gumby, Acne.org message board 1 Comments [3/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 6410

Aysia, you're my hero!!

Gumby, Acne.org message board 4 Comments [3/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 6409

The theory of evolution claims that all matter was formed by chance. By some extraordinary feat of magic, inorganic and unconcious matter 'developed' the ability to come together and form life. If this holds true than the ability for me to suddenly evolutionise (if circumstance permits) into a giant spiky eyeball also becomes a likely reality... "T Hence, it flies in the face of an evolutionary possibility... the probability of a protein being formed by chance is zero, therefore the probability of me turning into a deviant bodysnatcher to devour his guts (though unfortunate), is also zero. Also, homology, is a myth.

Aysia, Acne.org message board 10 Comments [3/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 6408

Of course I've heard of R. Dawkins and his books, I've often visited his web-site, <a href="http://www.world-of-dawkins.com" target="_blank">www.world-of-dawkins.com</a> [which has a large disclaimer at the top that it's not by Dawkins...] <u>The book doesn't really explain stuff well in my opinion</u>... if complex emotions are also the products of evolution, how come random natural selection gave them only to us humans, just one species out of tens of millions?

Gumby, Acne.org message board 9 Comments [3/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 6407

There are some who would argue this point with you. Some study where it was determined spirits or the supernatural were somehow weighed and the result was somewhere in ounces. 1 to 4 or something like that.

LAET, Acne.org message board 10 Comments [3/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 6406

Why would a fish need to develop the capacity to breathe on land if it is a sea-bound organism? If this theory were put in reverse, then human sailors would spontaneously begin to develop gills in their multi-millenial preparation to become fish... The theory of evolution cannot explain these problems so it conviniently overlooks and ignores them. I have read lot's of literature both for and against evolution and my opinion is that Life on Earth is just too amazing and creative to be the product of random, chaotic natural selection. Cheers.

Gumby, Acne.org message board 8 Comments [3/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 6405

If anyone remembers the case of the Piltdown Man, and how the entire lower mandible was actually the jaw of an orang-utan, they'd think twice about the credibility of Darwin.

Aysia, Acne.org message board 11 Comments [3/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 6404

I've practically been terrorised for proclaiming that Darwin has more holes in his theory than a leaking boat, but the only reason morons negate me is because their concepts are flawed and outdated and they know it... obviously the only way to make scientists understand this is by throwing bricks at them.

Aysia, Acne.org message board 14 Comments [3/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 6403

That little article [about scientific misconceptions] didn't explain a damn thing!!! I mean, the points I raised cannot just be overlooked.

Gumby, Acne.org message board 1 Comments [3/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 6402

[The following series of utterly amazing posts from the Acne.org forum is of such unprecedented quality that it's all but impossible to nominate just one. Thus, the entire collection is recipient of this never-before-seen prize.]Evolutionists say that man originally evolved millions of years ago from a fish that crawled onto land and liked the scenery so much that it decided to stay. Now, if, as evolution dictates, organisms evolve certain mechanisms in order to survive in their particular surroundings, how the fuck did this fish, who had up to then spent all its life underwater breathing through it's gills, survive it's stay on dry land? I mean if you pull a fish out of the water, it is out of it's habitat and it writhers around and soon dies cos it doesn't have lungs. But this fuckin fish species was evidently so smart that it decided millions of years earlier to evolve lungs so that sometime in the future, you know, if things got boring in the drink, they could crawl onto land and evolve into squirrels, monkeys, apes and then man. And people think fish are clueless!!

Gumby, Acne.org message board 6 Comments [3/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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