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I was taught in school that acres of rain forest were being destroyed by the second, and yet we still have rain forests. Honestly, I don't believe them [about global warming]. And if they are right, I'm not to worried about it anyway. The Bible says that this earth will be destroyed by God anyway. We can take care of what we've got now, but I'm not going to let what some scientist thinks is going to happen worry me.

Proudmommy, Rapture Ready 7 Comments [6/30/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Feminazi

1. The rainforest are being cleared away.
2. Global Warming IS real.

6/6/2008 4:54:51 AM

ausador

Reason #417 why I hate fundies...sigh. :(

3/11/2009 10:47:31 PM

a mind far far away

I was taught in school that acres of rain forest were being destroyed by the second, and yet we still have rain forests

Well, the fact that you are able to use a computer shows that, while you're killing off brain cells by the second, you haven't killed them all off yet. Same rule applies to the rain forest, you dumb cunt.

Honestly, I don't believe them [about global warming]

Soon, you'll be wishing you had.

We can take care of what we've got now, but I'm not going to let what some scientist thinks is going to happen worry me

You're better off listening to a scientist, who deals in fact and reality, than your preacher, who deals in fairy tales and propaganda.

3/12/2009 2:50:36 AM

Peter

HAHAHAHAHAH

then don't believe scientists who spend their life researching this kind of stuff

we'll see how your life plays out :D

4/5/2009 5:20:33 PM

Orion

"I was taught in school that acres of rain forest were being destroyed by the second, and yet we still have rain forests."

Trees grow back and the world has a fucking lot of trees. That is why they haven't run out yet, but the rate of consumption is waaaaay higher than the replacement rate

10/30/2009 7:40:20 AM



Proudmommy, I bet you children won't be so proud.

6/8/2011 9:47:24 AM

Anon-e-moose

"The Bible says that this earth will be destroyed by God anyway."

And yet, after the 'Flood' (Noah's Ark, and all that jazz), didn't he make a covenant (via a rainbow) that he'd never destroy the earth - and all who dwell on such - ever again?

So, no contradiction in your perfect, 'inerrant' Bible, nosiree. [/sarcasm]

6/8/2011 1:24:52 PM
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