Quote# 1595

No, 70,000 objects may have been observed and credited to this "Kuiper Belt", but the Kuiper Belt hasn't been. I can look at those 70,000 objects and say, "That came from that Klingon Moon blowing up in Star Trek." But until I show this supposed moon, and show things coming from it, it is no more fantasy than your Kuiper Belt.

Rom831, Rapture Ready 12 Comments [11/1/2002 12:00:00 AM]
Fundie Index: 10

Username  (Login)
Comment  (Text formatting help) 

1 | bottom


Klingon Moon blowing up in Star Trek

That would be epic if it were real.

But it's not.

6/25/2008 7:47:52 PM


But...but...those 70,000 objects ARE the...aaaaaah! *brain explodes*

6/25/2009 10:24:56 PM


In the last Star trek movie, the exploding planets were Vulcan, and in the backstory, Romula.

In the series, I can't remember any klingon moon exploding.

But then, I haven't finished watching TOS.

6/25/2009 11:19:35 PM


So the Kuiper Belt exists, but the Kuiper belt does not exist. Gotcha.

6/26/2009 12:38:01 AM


And until your 'God' actually shows himself, he's no more real than any of the ancient deities of mythological yore, Rom831.


He refers to the 6th film, "Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country", in which Praxis, the moon orbiting the Klingon homeworld Qo'noS (Kronos) explodes, destroying it's main energy-production facility & threatening it's ozone layer.

BTW, Rom831 & other fundies of a Trekker ilk, remember that the Klingons destroyed their gods, because they considered them more trouble than they were worth. As we Terrans are, via scientific discoveries. 'God'? Him & his followers are certainly more trouble than they're worth.

6/26/2009 9:52:18 AM


So basically we can show you the Kuiper Belt and that wouldn't prove that the Kuiper Belt exists? H'okay.

What I'd like to know is why they have to disbelieve the existence of the Kuiper Belt in the first place. Do they disbelieve the asteroid belt as well? Both are remnants from the formation of the solar system. Maybe the dwarf planets that reside in the Kuiper Belt somehow go against the bible? I'm confused.

5/23/2010 10:18:33 AM


The Kuiper Belt was predicted by scientific speculation due to observations and meteorite path caculations. Pluto was predicted years before it was first sighted.

They hate how science has validated their predictions way more than religion.

5/24/2010 7:18:46 AM



"They hate how science has validated their predictions way more than religion."

Certainly how, since Sputnik 1 in 1957, and with every subsequent launch into space, whether manned or unmanned, proves Genesis wrong, re. the 'firmament' or a solid 'dome' that is the heavens above a 'flat' Earth with four 'corners', and supported by 'pillars'.

Just as messrs. Armstrong & Aldrin (and the other Apollo missions) went higher than anyone, post-Tower of Babel; the International Space Station is currently infinitely higher than said ancient tower, and is manned. Why hasn't their 'God' done anything about that?

Everyone at Ruptured Retards: China's Taikonauts. The Boeing X-37. Just sayin'.

5/25/2010 8:46:06 AM

Quantum Mechanic

Another massive astronomy fail.

5/25/2010 11:18:05 AM



Actually, it reads more like "All these trees are awful pretty, but when are you going to show me the forest you were talking about?"

5/25/2010 11:26:41 AM

Pharaoh Bastethotep

"That came from that Klingon Moon blowing up in Star Trek."
Except that Praxis will only explode more than two centuries from now.

7/25/2016 4:53:46 AM

Some Guy Passing Through

Can't see the forest for the trees.

7/25/2016 5:25:34 AM

1 | top: comments page