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Quote# 8456

a bat's wing and the human arm have similar bone structures, but that doesn't mean we share an ancestor! you can think that if you want, but you have to leave science in order to do so.

Josh, Myspace 4 Comments [11/30/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8454

With that said... do you understand that no one has seen an electron? If no one has seen an electron then how does electricty work? If the minipulation of these unseen electrons is actully the reason why you are able to read this argument then perhaps we can ask the question should the theroy of electricty be taugh in schools? After all no one can prove electricty because no one has seen how it actually works.... its all based off of a theory.

With that said... theory is the begining of science.

Bill, Myspace 11 Comments [11/30/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8453

[A series of posts submitted collectively]

Sweet: On a full moon night ask yourself where the light is coming from?.. That's why it's called "moon light" because it comes from the moon..

Now you wanna get all technical and claim it is only reflexed off the moon.. True enough but I've yet to hear anyone say "what a beautiful reflexion of the sun's energy off the moon tonight"..

Let me make this simple for you.. If I handed Joe $5.00 to give to you (and by a miracle no less then biblical) he actually does give it to you, whom did you receive the money from?.. That right Joe gave you the money, not me..

['Think of what happens during a lunar eclipse. When the earth gradually moves between the sun and the moon and you can see the earth's shadow move across the moon's surface, why would you imagine that part of the moon is dark if the moon is producing light?']

Dion: Ah isaac your to smart for this stupid arguement you know that regardless of how the moon is finding away to produce light on the earth through reflecting it or on its own it is producing light to our earth. Who cares how the moon does it. It produces light to us in the night. I really love the comment sweet makes i laughed so hard sweet with look at the lovely reflection of sun light coming off the moon thing lol ha ha.

Laoldar: Just because you deliver the items doens't mean you PRODUCE them. Delivery is not production.

Dion: Hmmmmmmmmmm the sun light of the night just doesn't feel like the sun light of the day. Its not as warm it doesn't light as bright as the day. I don't know why the moon even gets in the way of the night produced sun light. I don't know where the moon thinks it shines light on the earth its got a lot of nerve it should just get out the way and go somewhere else cause the sun is produceing the light of the night and the moon has nothing to do with produceing it. The moon can't produce anything even through reflection. ok i got it straight now. I don't know how light surrounds us on earth if the moon has nothing to do with producing it how does the sun get around the other side of the earth and produce the light we use to see things without the moon helping it to produce it? Yes that sun light at night is feels the same as the sun in the day. The moon doesn't put anything on the light we recieve at night it just sits there and shines the sun off of it producing the exact same intensity of the day. It doesn't change the product one bit. Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm how you going to get around this one i suppose. The product that is produced during the day is the exact same product that is produced at night but its not as warm not as bright. sounds like a contradiction here somewhere? I think the product at night is changed to a different product is that possible and who helped to produce this different product of light we recieve at night could it be the MOON?

Sweeet, History Channel Forum 33 Comments [11/30/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8452

I worked as a hospice nurse for 12 years, and these accounts are accurate. It was an awesome privilege. I remember one experience that was not so awesome. A man who was known for being mean to his neighbors and then mean to our staff was sent to the ER for severe agitation during the last hours of his death. Hospice deaths are usually very peaceful, but he thrashed around that bed until the staff had no choice but to "knock him out" with morphine. We wondered if he caught a glimpse of where he was going.

InChristAlone, Rapture Ready 8 Comments [11/30/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8451

Question: When they [homosexuals] smell a freshly manured field, do they get "excited"? After all, booty is their duty!!! YUK,YUK,YUK<YUK<

shonner, Tennessean Forum 9 Comments [11/30/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8450

['Panderichthys (380MYA) - earliest known fish with bone structure of ulna, radius, humerus in pectoral fins, and femur/tibia/fibula in the hindlimb. Originally classified as an amphibian, until complete skeletons were unearthed demonstrating an attached pectoral girdle, delicate vertebrae, and a long caudal fin. (Thompson American Scientist, 79(Nov/Dec 1991))

Acanthostega and Ichthyostega (363MYA) - Fish with 8 or 7 fingers on each pectoral and hind fin, respectivley (Coates and Clack, Nature, 352, July 18, 1991, p. 234-236). Four legs, internal gills, lungs, detached pectoral girdle, but weak ribs, delicate vertebrae, weak pelvic girdle, preoperculum, and abundant foramen throughout the skull indicating vascularization of the gills, indicating that they were still functional.']

And Panderichthys is a FISH! It has no limbs. It has fins. There has never been found a fossil of a "fishbian," if you will, which has partially developed limbs. Indeed, how could a partial limb have been an advantage but if no partial limbed "fishbian" ever existed, then the question of how could a fish change into an amphibian without intermediate stages. The problem is making sense of necessary evolution tales.

Tim Weatherly, Tennessean Forum 17 Comments [11/30/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8449

Global warming set to hit Europe badly

It isn't just Europe. It is all over the world. The more wicked the world becomes, the hotter it gets.

Jesus Groupie, Rapture Ready 9 Comments [11/30/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8446

I do not understand why some Evolutionists are so passionate about the Theory of "Life Just Happening" for no reason or purpose. It there were just 3 to 10 species of living beings, this would better support their theory. However, millions of very distinct creatures with a unique ability to reproduce no matter how small, large, unusual let's us know that there is a Creator.

Mike Olcott, Tennessean Forum 4 Comments [11/30/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8439

from what i heard those stores just prohibited employees from saying 'marry CHRISTmas' and told them to say 'happy holidays'.

Christians and muslims are the primary victims of religious persecution. but there not the only ones. plus..... american christians do have the right to defend there beliefs. but dont say your persecuted. your not. go to africa. go to asia. go to any third world country and live as a christian. than you have the right to complain about persecution. until then.... shut up you week oversensative dramatic ungratefull moron.

merrick, Myspace 22 Comments [11/30/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8438

If the universe iexpanding how come we dont see stars and planets moving away from us?

IWTALCT, Christian Forums 27 Comments [11/30/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8437

If anyone would like to take a look at the wiccan that cast a spell on my family and is now sitting in Wilcox State Prison just let me know and I will link it to you.

Charity, Free Conservatives 8 Comments [11/30/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8436

Neanderthal Americans are not allowed to teach their theories about Homo sapiens in US public schools. Our children are taught that they are Homo sapiens by neo-Darwinst race theorists and their own Neanderthal ancestry is denied. Our public school teachers are treated like common Homo sapiens and subjected to Social Darwinist theories of public education. Our racial ancestors are maligned as European 'cave-men' who drag their women around by the hair while they carry a big club on their shoulder. They are called a different and separate 'species' of Homos by neo-Darwinist race theorists in public schools who tell our children that everybody is descended from African people who originated from common ancestors of African monkeys and apes.

Now that such a long train of abuses has been listed, this is starting to read like a Neanderthal American Declaration of Independence.

john crawford, Christian Forums 24 Comments [11/29/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8434

No, you are not Homo sapiens sapiens. Since you can't prove that you are, it remains a neo-Darwinist religious and racial assumption on your part. When you get some observable evidence of your being Homo sapiens sapiens which we all can see, please notify us.

In the meantime, you're just another ordinary human being, as far as I can tell.
Nothing special about you neo-Darwinists at all.

john crawford, Christian Forums 34 Comments [11/29/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8433

Well since it seems to be pick on Kansas day here I go.

I don’t think that there is anything wrong with teaching Intelligent Design as theory along with Evolution after all I don’t think evolution has been proven as a definitive fact. I don’t think that you would deny that the computer you are using is a product of intelligent design. In fact we take intelligent design for most of the luxuries we have for granted. Why is it so hard to think that you were intelligently designed?

I think considering Intelligent Design is being open minded.

Considering the consequences I think you would rather me be wrong than you.

If that makes me a dimwitted yahoo so be it.

Proud to be Kansan

kstate, FreeGolfInfo.com 18 Comments [11/29/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8432

If you took a cup of 20 dice, with letters on them, A B C D, each dice w/ it's own letter, and you wanted it to show up in alphabetic order, A B C D ... and so on, when you shook them and rolled them, the possibility of this occuring is this number and that number is 20 factorial, 1 x 2 x 3 x 4..., that's what the # is, that number multiplied out, is 10 to the 347th power.

[Try it yourself]

sjestus, Rapture Ready 20 Comments [11/29/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8431

My name is AwesomeMachine, but you may call me Mantros. I came that I might speak to you. Those who have listened have heard. But, there are those among you who have cursed me to God. Woe to you for doing this.

AwesomeMachine, Christian Forums 34 Comments [11/29/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8430

[Responding to someone quoting Deuteronomy 23:1-3]

whoa. what is your deal?

what are you quoting. not the bible

you obviously know nothing about the christian religion.


[After being told that yes, those verses really are in the bible.]

DID you even read what those verses said? they were twisted april.

the hot sauce's little sister, Myspace 14 Comments [11/29/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8429

It seems that religion should be defined as only those that believe in [the Christian] God. Other types should not even be recognized. That is what logical, God-fearing people would do.

Jesus Groupie, Rapture Ready 26 Comments [11/29/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8427

[Replying to someone who says witnessing to atheists using a strange analogy to rolling a million dice and getting human DNA didn't work too well.]

It is amazing the tenacity with which some people cling to their ignorance.

Stormtrooper, Rapture Ready 15 Comments [11/28/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8425

The 'way science works' depends on whether you are a Christian or an athiest. If you are an athiest, you must come up with an explanation, regardless of how improbable it seems, for the origin of the cell without reference to God. The Christian does not have these philosophical constraints. If the cell appears to be the work of an omniscient Creator, he is free to accept this. As he learns more about the complexity of the cell his heart sings with praise and adoration. Gaining new insights into the wonder of God's handiwork is a powerful motivation for the Christian researcher.

Micaiah, Christian Forums 9 Comments [11/28/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8424

picture this you have a 2 year old little Boy - its brain / SOUL / and MIND are naturally Genderless, (cause when we get to heaven we wont have a genitalea / making it male or female)

imaging taking this pure minded boy, and making it were female coths and play with female toys or EVEN putting headphone on it well it sleep's playing a tape saying your a girl your a girl. Now would that stuff the kid up of what.

its kinda like those gay marrage familys beating into there brain every second that its ok to be gay or that they are gay? its like telepahicly saying to child every second of there life - F*N FA*OT, F*N FAG(T
(sorry can we swear on this site or is it classed as a sin?)

FearGod, Bibleforums.org 25 Comments [11/28/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8423

we are in a Spiritual War with Secular Humanism and Atheism which isn't motivated by Love for anyone, and does truly lead all who embrace it to death. So don't be offended that we feel deeply and and passionately as we debate the evils these belief systems represent as they corrupt our young and lead the masses astray.


Unworthy Servant, Bibleforums.org 8 Comments [11/28/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8421

you see oil is compressed and heated up(due to compresion)
organic matter(like corpses and plants and stuff) and you see,we have oil evevry where,or atleast in alot of places,and it is at random depths,
so you see to create all the oil in the world there had to be a global flood.

Vanaka, 123 Christian Forums 18 Comments [11/28/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8419

The bible is the most explicitly detailed book of historical events in existence. It lists genealogies farther back than most people even know their own roots! It lists kings, kingdoms, wars, events, motives, fulfilled prophecies, none of which are contradicted by outside sources.

Heidi, 123 Christian Forums 27 Comments [11/28/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 8417

[Responding to a guy noting the "logic" of the bible that says earth is 4000 years old, the earth is flat, and that its ok to beat your kids death]

WHOA WHOA WHOA... you have a messed up version of christians in you rmind..

1. where did you get that information? who said the earth was created 4000 years ago?

2. heresy only to the roman catholic church..many many many years ago. don't be blaming us now for that. (plus that wasnt the chrittians, that was a radical movement)

3... WHAT ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT?
tell me in the bible where it says to beat kids?

haha

YOUR turn mr smarty pants

the hot sauce's little sister, Myspace 16 Comments [11/28/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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