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Quote# 1718

I'll tell you what it takes for me to believe in God... No, better yet, I'll show you...

[Insert picture of <a href="http://www.its.caltech.edu/%7Eatomic/snowcrystals/photos/sixdancers.jpg" target="_blank">this pretty snowflake</a>]

There's plenty more where that came from... Now make with the science and explain this away...

ChrisB803, Christian Forums 14 Comments [7/27/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Rime

Well, Chris, rain falls from clouds through an atmosphere that's colder than the freeing point, and likely lower because of all the pollution.

It starts to freeze, and it forms a pretty crystal that even any athiest can appreciate for its complexity and its beauty.

In Canada, for about 4-5 months of the year we have our back yards FULL of these cool little crystals.

Have a nice day.

7/29/2005 3:34:06 AM

Melanie

Yeah, don't you know that special \"snowflake angels\" make them while sitting on heavenly clouds and throw them down on the earth? Why resort to that science nonsence when the truth is oh so obvious???!

7/29/2005 9:28:57 PM

Sierra

But who makes the dirt clods??

11/14/2005 8:52:12 AM

Julian

See, water, or what science sometimes calls Dihydrogen monoxide, Oxane1 or Hydrogen oxide, has it's two hydrogen atoms at 105 degrees to each other in what is a shallow V shape. As it starts to cool, instead of being a liquid, it naturally settles into a hexagonal trapezohedral crystal.

6/12/2006 2:00:24 AM

David D.G.

Just because we find something aesthetically pleasing does not mean it was created by any intelligence. The vast majority of pop music is sufficient evidence of this.


~David D.G.

6/12/2006 3:00:18 PM

Napoleon the Clown

If the snowflake were intelligently designed, why aren't they all identical?

6/12/2006 10:33:10 PM

Crosis

<<< Just because we find something aesthetically pleasing does not mean it was created by any intelligence. The vast majority of pop music is sufficient evidence of this. >>>

You make the mistake of assuming the vast majority of pop music is at all aesthetically pleasing.

6/12/2006 10:44:25 PM

David D.G.

Crosis #46898

<<< Just because we find something aesthetically pleasing does not mean it was created by any intelligence. The vast majority of pop music is sufficient evidence of this. >>>

You make the mistake of assuming the vast majority of pop music is at all aesthetically pleasing.

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Oh, it IS aesthetically pleasing to those who are as lacking in musical taste as the ones who wrote it. If a song is not aesthetically pleasing to at least a fair number of people, it generally doesn't become popular (i.e., qualify as \"pop\").


~David D.G.

6/12/2006 10:55:39 PM

Redhunter

Wanna buy some real estate in Pangea?

12/15/2006 12:11:04 PM

Tom S. Fox

Snowflake, therefore god exists... no!

2/18/2008 5:54:16 PM

zizania

Rime: Not here on the West Coast. More like a couple of weeks of slush. (And fog and torrential rain and hurricane-force wind, in case you were feeling like moving.)

11/19/2015 1:00:53 PM

Anon-e-moose

The CGI used in a certain musical number in "Frozen".

OR:

Chaos Theory mathematics; and not just those used by the various meteorological organisations around the world, when crunching the terabytes of raw data every day, in making their weather forecasts, neither.

So either Elsa, or the Met Office are God, ChrisBS(IQ)8.03

This insane delusion you have, fundies. Let it Go.

11/19/2015 8:21:06 PM

Kuno

Only if you can show where in the Bible dust bunnies are explained. And why navel fluff is blue.

11/20/2015 1:15:12 AM



How about THIS pretty snowflake?



Oh, you mean the actual snow crystal? The frozen tears of a blind pegasus filly.

11/20/2015 1:27:19 AM
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