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Hell is under the earth. Magma or the molten material under the earth is the 'lake of fire' mentioned in the bible. There are credible undertakings I've read of researchers drilling deep into the earth and lowering instruments to it. They recorded highly discernable human cries and moans of incredible suffering and that wasn't the intention of the research.

I hope that is one reason enough to believe in a hell or eternal punishment and to try to avoid an erupting volcano at all cost!!

D' Taker, Race Sim Central 37 Comments [5/16/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Submitted By: JustinM
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Jeremy PC

D'Wanker has fallen for this http://www.snopes.com/religion/wellhell.htm

Only an ignorant fundie would think that is a reason to believe in a hell.

5/16/2006 8:24:46 AM

Phil

And there is a witch in the town of Blair.

5/16/2006 8:37:10 AM

Bone_Vulture

I found an audio file online that has a snippet of the Art Bell show, where the supposed \"noises from hell\" recording is played. Judging by the tape, hell is a subway station inhabitated by a single wailing female.

5/16/2006 8:38:29 AM

JadedRevenge

That was the soviets that did that experiment... Well, the evangelists imagined the soviets performed it anyway...

5/16/2006 9:47:30 AM

Julian

Whooosasiwwyfundieden????

U R!

ooooh yes U R!

5/16/2006 10:40:37 AM

Alejandro

Yes, better try to avoid the erupting lava volcano and stive for the erupting beer volcano instead. Praise His Noodleness!

5/16/2006 10:53:48 AM

Pike

Bone-Vulture wrote:
\"Judging by the tape, hell is a subway station inhabitated by a single wailing female.\"

Well, of course it's a subway station, after all, Hell is underground! All those lost souls spent the last 200 years tunneling all over the Earth to create the Underground Railroad which helped to liberate the slaves. I saw a documentary on it years ago called \"The Mole People\"

5/16/2006 11:53:28 AM

Dante's Virgil

\"I hope that is one reason enough to believe in a hell or eternal punishment and to try to avoid an erupting volcano at all cost!!\"

Well, at least ONE of those things is right...

5/16/2006 1:08:18 PM

mad dog

I hope I go to Natalie Portman when I die

5/16/2006 1:19:27 PM

Late_Cretaceous

And of course this \"research\" isn't cited in this post.

5/16/2006 2:17:53 PM

Talisman

\"I hope that is one reason enough to believe in a hell or eternal punishment and to try to avoid an erupting volcano at all cost!!\"

Sure it is. A post by an obviously bias fundie, who was duped by an old urban legend, from a messageboard that's certainly noted for it's scholarly insight is all I needed.

At least I'll have no trouble avoiding this erupting volcano you speak of. We don't get that kind of geological activity where I am, but thanks for caring.

5/16/2006 2:28:45 PM

Papabear

D'Taker -- I read that researchers determined that if you don't send me all your money today you'll spend eternity in hell.

5/16/2006 2:46:54 PM

shell

He HOPES hell is real? That's nice.

5/16/2006 2:54:35 PM

Prager

Does anyone here speak fundamentalist? How do you say \"complete fabrication\" or \"fantasy story\" in the language these people understand?

5/16/2006 3:02:23 PM

David D.G.

Good grief. I caught on to the nonsense of tabloid stories like this when I was a kid; how can ANY adult not recognize this insanity for what it is?


~David D.G.

5/16/2006 3:04:33 PM

Zipperback

SNOPES'd!

5/16/2006 3:44:12 PM

NotMe

This is so pathetic that I laughed when I read it. Hell is underground because there is magma underground. Oh and don't forget the wailing and screaming scientists recorded.

Once again I will ask:

If scientists discovered that and most scientists agreed that those really were human voices, why isn't it used in church, by JW's and all those other people trying to convert you on the street corners? I can see it happening.

Random man on streetcorner: Would you please listen to this audio record?
ME: Why?
Random man: Because it is a recording of hell and you are going there.
ME: HAHAHAHAHA

5/16/2006 4:11:47 PM

Napoleon the Clown

The National Enquirer is not a reliable source, dumbass.

5/16/2006 5:44:29 PM

JohnRaptor

Actually, I once sought out an erupting volcano, during a trip to Hawaii. I stood about 6 feet from flowing lava. It was pretty cool.

5/16/2006 7:38:16 PM

arensb

I stood about 6 feet from flowing lava. It was pretty cool.

Cool lava? Lava that isn't hot?

Wow. What'll they think of next?

5/16/2006 9:54:08 PM

Crosis

<<< Does anyone here speak fundamentalist? How do you say \"complete fabrication\" or \"fantasy story\" in the language these people understand? >>>

I believe their term for it is spelled and pronounced very similar to \"science\".

OT: Google ad note: One of the ads on this page right now says \"Please Do Not Go To Hell.\" That amuses me.

5/16/2006 11:00:32 PM

Julian

Are you sure it wasn't Bjork's latest single?

5/16/2006 11:07:06 PM

bjbj1991

Um someone cant tell fact from fiction, not an uncommon ill within fundy groups of all religions.
http://amightywind.com/hell/aboutsounds.htm

5/16/2006 11:28:49 PM

Denizen

As Queenofswords said at Nut Watch:

\"So a drill went right through the gates of hell? What are they made of, cardboard? And you'd think that the \"millions of humans\" (how Dr. Azzacove knew they were humans is a mystery for the ages – did he take DNA samples or something?) would take any chance to get out of there. Not only do they not try to escape, Dr. Azzacove never makes any attempt to help them. Probably because he's a lousy commie and all.\"

5/16/2006 11:28:54 PM

JustinM

Originally posted by Talisman

... from a messageboard that's certainly noted for it's scholarly insight is all I needed.


Actually, the people who frequent the Rant Arena on that forum tend to be far above the average for Internet forum-goers. Even most other interactions even with this guy have been unalarming. This post, however, simply baffled me. =)

5/17/2006 1:16:15 AM
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