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[On alleged satellite photos of Noah's ark]

I've learned never to ask a liberal to ask what repercussions there might be if part of the Bible end up being proven true. They simply plug their ears, stomp their feat and scream, "lalalalalalala I can't hear you." Then giggle to themselves at how proud they are of being closed minded.

roguesaint, Space.com Uplink 22 Comments [10/1/2002 12:00:00 AM]
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Robbie

Uhhh buuuuuuuuuuh???

6/12/2007 6:32:49 PM

icecold

Wake up roguesaint, the real world is calling.

6/12/2007 8:32:02 PM

Laurel

See, what I say is, "Repurcussions? I guess I'd go to hell." Shuts'em right up.

6/13/2007 4:46:10 AM

Ambrielle

Mirror mirror

6/13/2007 5:31:24 AM

szena

Bullshit.

Most of us know perfectly well that places mentioned in the Bible have been found.

Proving that there is a shape on a mountain that might have some resemblance to an object that featured in a story does not in any way prove that everything happened exactly as written. Even if the intact ark were found, exactly as described, that wouldn't prove that the story was true. The ancient Hebrews might have found a strange artifact and made up a story around it.

The fact that there is absolutely no geological evidence of a global flood pretty much sinks any chance of "proving" the Noah story by finding some ruins on a mountain.

6/13/2007 6:13:12 AM

DrWeird

I've learned never to ask a Fundie to ask what repercussions of so many parts of the Bible being proven false. They simply plug their ears, stomp their feat and scream, "lalalalalalala I can't hear you." Then giggle to themselves at how proud they are of being closed minded."

Fixed.

6/13/2007 8:47:43 AM

DrWeird

I've learned never to ask a Fundie what the repercussions are of so many parts of the Bible being proven false. They simply plug their ears, stomp their feat and scream, "lalalalalalala I can't hear you." Then giggle to themselves at how proud they are of being closed minded.

Fixed.

(Sorry to double post--it's still not letting me edit)

6/13/2007 8:50:22 AM

ArmandT

Ahh irony. It's so thick you can cut it with a chainsaw.

6/13/2007 9:07:42 AM

David D.G.

ArmandT: Yeah, but just barely.


~David D.G.

6/13/2007 12:31:52 PM

Freboy

You know, proof would be kinda cool. Now, with all the things that are clearly black-on-white wrong does mean that my view of the book as a whole won't drastically change.

6/14/2007 10:42:45 AM

Stique

shinyshinyshiny

6/14/2007 1:12:52 PM

Eric the Blue

(cry)

6/14/2007 1:28:30 PM

Mistra

On that whole noah's ark thing, there really was a flood, but it was between the Tigris and Eufraat(dutch names, the twin rivers where the first civilisations started)it's not that hard to imagine for early civilisation that this flood what global, i mean, they had the imagination to think up a God.

6/16/2007 2:07:57 AM

CCMars

First, look up "liberal" and "liberalism" in the dictionary.

Second, look in the mirror.

6/17/2007 1:29:28 AM

Praetyre

This is the Kali Yuga of irony death.

6/17/2007 5:55:40 AM

Mr_Vorhias

Dead link, stupid.

6/19/2007 1:19:57 PM

Reverend Jeremiah

Do you HONESTLY think thats what they are doing? Did you ever once thought that they have already heard all of your preaching and arguments before and have made an educated decission on the matter to not believe the exact same way as you? Is it okay for other people to believe in different things than you?

9/4/2008 9:29:45 PM

Quantum Mechanic

"if part of the Bible end(sic) up being proven true"

It's all bullshit, sorry.

And take an elementary English class.

9/7/2008 6:50:56 PM

Agozyen

Are you ... are you fucking serious?

9/20/2008 9:45:40 PM

Disreg

I'll believe it if it's about 30 miles long, has a variety of temperature-controlled habitats and engines capable of zipping round the globe.

9/20/2008 11:48:27 PM

Nicole

My irony meter just exploded.

12/10/2011 3:23:00 PM

Justanotheratheist

Even the modern technology at our disposal has not been able to find traces of a boat which must have been half the size of Belgium. It's kind of compelling evidence for the fact that it never existed, I'd say.

12/10/2011 11:16:56 PM
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