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Science gets dumber with each passing year. They rely more and more on the unobserved and less and less on the actual findings at hand. Thats very dogmatic of them to be so dogmatic concerning the science dogma. I personally think that the dogma of science which is taught to kids in schools is and can be called a dogmatic religion. Seems there are more dogmatic faith issues in science than even religion these days. Now if that isn't dogmaticism I don't know what you can call being dogmatic. I'm quite sure you are a top atheist dogmaticist aren't you.

Christians don't disagree with the observed science at all. It's the unobserved and assumed that we disagree with. Rightly so! Science isn't supposed to be about faith it's about facts. When you take faith and put that into a realm of the natural world like science seems to do these days it's not longer science but faith.

xceptionalguysd, Sherdog.Net 39 Comments [3/31/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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That's not true dogma. You just don't dogma want to believe that evolution could be dogma true because it conflicts with what you were dogma taught in Sunday school. Evolution is not a dogmatic dogma religion dogma. I thought faith dogma was a good dogma thing in Christianity dogma. The last couple of dogma sentences actually argue dogma against Intelligent dogma Design and Creationism. Not a terribly dogma smart thing for a dogma Christian to dogma do.

3/31/2007 8:40:14 PM


Saying it over and over doesn't make a lie any more true.

3/31/2007 10:18:49 PM


This admonition has been brought to you by the Department of Redundancy Department.

3/31/2007 10:21:02 PM


This dogma is dogmatic silly dogma dogma.

3/31/2007 10:23:03 PM

Hawker Hurricane

\"Department of Redundancy Department.\"
Redundancy Division
Division Officer
Harold H. Harold
Officer of Division

3/31/2007 10:28:32 PM


I think I win the record for most uses of dogma in one comment.

3/31/2007 10:32:51 PM


1 Please cite evidence for this claim

2 Science is not dogma

3 Now run along before my karma runs over your dogma

3/31/2007 10:39:23 PM


Does this remind anyone else of the Spongebob Squarepants episode where Spongebob ends up in that weird bizarro town where everyone does a raspberry every three or four words?

\"Sir, I can't phhhht understand your phhhht accent phhhhht.\"

3/31/2007 10:48:54 PM



3/31/2007 10:50:15 PM

The Watcher

So, science doesn't believe in what's observable, and is bad. Religion doesn't believe in what's observable, and that's good.

3/31/2007 10:53:30 PM


Marklar Award!

3/31/2007 11:17:00 PM


So only what can be directly observed should be taught in science class?

Forget the atomic theory, then. Forget most of physics and chemistry. Ironically enough, much of evolution has been observed so that could be taught under this guy's rules.

3/31/2007 11:21:53 PM

Old Viking

Use a word three times and it's yours. Use a word nine times and you can copyright it.

3/31/2007 11:35:09 PM


\"What I tell you three times is true.\"

-Lewis Carroll, The Hunting Of The Snark

The funny thing is that if these folks bothered to glance at any science texts or even magazines they'd be gloating over the string theory war going on right now, not understanding that conflict is healthy in science.

3/31/2007 11:40:15 PM

Brian X

Dogma's a pretty good movie, actually, though it gets a little graphic for my taste in a lot of places.

3/31/2007 11:44:46 PM


I know how to make a holy bartender!

4/1/2007 12:17:54 AM


Most Use Of The Word 'Dogmatic' In A Post Award!

4/1/2007 12:44:57 PM


He's showing off the only \"big word\" he knows.

4/1/2007 2:40:42 PM


Doggone It Award

4/2/2007 8:46:23 PM


Geez this cracked me up. :D

4/2/2007 10:50:46 PM

I have it on good authority

I submitted this quote. I don't even debate this retard anymore, he's insane.

4/2/2007 10:56:56 PM


It takes much more than faith to study the Higgs boson or the CMB levels.

Scientists are busy developing much better specialized eyes and ears, so that we can observe the aftereffects of the Big Bang mo'betta.

4/2/2007 10:57:43 PM


\"They rely more and more on the unobserved and less and less on the actual findings at hand.\"

Gee, maybe that's because the findings no longer need to be researched?

Nah, that's crazy talk.

4/2/2007 11:31:00 PM

If it´s so, what on earth are you doing with this computer and the internet?. Which unobserved facts, that snakes speak?

4/4/2007 6:46:50 PM


So, you can be dogmatic and they can´t?, how do you know that they´re not basing their assumptions on observable facts, which seems to me you have no idea what the fuck it is?

4/11/2007 5:10:46 PM

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