Quote# 13459

[Explaining how calculations were made for the unlikelihood of Earth being able to support life]

They looked at what humans needed for life. I don't know what the big deal is about the laws of physics. Can't the laws of physics be different in another planet if there is one? I agree with many of the points the movie brought out though, like needed liquid water, the right amount of sun, things like that. If there is another planet out there, they probably have the same Holy Bible we do and everything. Really cool.

lily00, Christian Forums 37 Comments [8/1/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Napoleon the Clown

*Smacks forehead and mutters*

8/2/2006 2:01:45 AM


You'll be smacking yourself into a concussion before the week is through. Smack lily00's forehead and mutter.

8/2/2006 2:11:43 AM

Jacob Syne

I want your teeth in my soles, pronto.

8/2/2006 2:17:52 AM

Star Cluster

I almost choked when I read that last sentence. How frigging stupid can someone get and still draw breath?

8/2/2006 2:22:34 AM


\"I don't know what the big deal is about the laws of physics. Can't the laws of physics be different in another planet if there is one?\"

The physics major in me wants to murder you. The pacifist in me says that would be morally wrong. Your statement has so many inaccuracies and falsehoods in it. Firstly, \"if there is [another planet]\"? HELLO!!!!! There are nine planets in our solar system alone. And no, the physical laws of our universe cannot be different. Period.

8/2/2006 2:50:55 AM


Can't the laws of physics be different in another planet if there is one?


8/2/2006 3:32:42 AM


Were you asleep in your science classes or were you hoomskoled?

8/2/2006 4:15:44 AM


Don't breed. Ever.

8/2/2006 4:18:10 AM


yeh... probably not

8/2/2006 4:49:42 AM


<<< Can't the laws of physics be different in another planet if there is one? >>>

No, they cannot. That's what makes them \"laws\".

Trillions of trillions of planets in the universe, and you act shocked that one of them has conditions that make life as we know it possible. (It doesn't help that you appear to underestimate the tenacity of life and its ability to adapt to its environment.)

8/2/2006 4:51:51 AM


Really? Do you think they're at all curious as to who the Romans were, or the Egytians, or the Isrealites, Jews, Amelekites, Canaanites, Phillistines, Samaritans etc?

They'd feel a little put of given that the bible says they don't fucking exist too!

8/2/2006 5:30:54 AM


Don't you think that maybe the universal laws of physics would be called the planetary laws of physics if they differed from planet to planet?

8/2/2006 5:31:59 AM


like needed liquid water
Why? There are tons of ways to make water inside a body. On some plaet out there there could be ammonia/oxygen breathing creatures that make the water internally if they even need liquid water.
the right amount of sun
Being? Life on earth exists in the oceans at 11 km depth where there is no light at all and in the middle of the deserts where the sun burns down upon animals mercilessly.


Remember, life doesn't adapt. It is as it is now and on other planets it can't survive. The bible says so.[/fundie]

8/2/2006 6:51:28 AM


Dear lily,
Sorry to burst your bubble but life on other planets wouldn't look anything like us at all. And as to the bible stuff, we can only hope that others have moved beyond their primitive superstitions. Really cool, huh.

8/2/2006 8:25:02 AM


Funny, I always thought Christians would condemn aliens as demons and scourge the universe of them. After all, it's what they do with half the humans.

8/2/2006 10:09:59 AM

David D.G.

She doesn't think it's necessary that the laws of physics be the same on another planet \"if there is one\" (WTF?!?), but opines that if there is, its inhabitants would have the same Holy Bible we do \"and everything.\"

Different physics, but the same Bible?!?

This girl is SO desperately in need of deprogramming, education, and a brain transplant.

~David D.G.

8/2/2006 2:19:54 PM


either 12 years old or slept through science classes.

8/2/2006 3:34:30 PM



There are no words.

8/2/2006 4:23:23 PM


lily00: Here's a little physics quiz.

A train leaves Chicago at 11:42. Be under it.

8/2/2006 6:30:09 PM

Mary Sunshine

Hoo boy. I'm not even gonna try.

8/2/2006 6:40:34 PM


Reminds me of some older FSTDT quote where the fundie asked whether the rapture would take place on all inhabited planet simultaneously, or something.

I really wish lily would get zapped by an alien death ray.

8/2/2006 11:33:53 PM


People like this make C-students like Bush look and feel like fucking rocket scientists - no wonder he got elected...twice. These are the same people who don't believe that science is important, no wonder, they can't possibly see its importance and relevance in our lives.

8/3/2006 3:01:02 PM


either 12 years old or slept through science classes.

Her profile states she is 19. Which, if you think about it, is the new 12 in America.

8/3/2006 4:26:05 PM


\"I don't know what the big deal is about the laws of physics.\"
Well not too much I guess, if you don't mind not existing...

Breakerslion, thank you let's all hope she takes your advice

8/3/2006 6:50:55 PM


When the first extra-solar planet, 51 Pegasi b, was discovered in the mid-1990s, a Catholic archbishop went on record as saying:

If there is life on this planet, their souls will need saving.

(Never mind that 51 Pegasi b was, even at the time, known to be about as heavy as Saturn and closer to its star than Mercury is to our Sun.)

The Cardinal above him in the Church hierarchy quickly retracted this statement, however, claiming that Original Sin might not have broken out on the new planet.

8/3/2006 10:33:23 PM

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