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The basis of Evolution is that it must exist in a static, infinite universe. However, the universe is actually decellerating, or slowing down, as if it has bounced off of a wall. this means that the universe is non-static, and therefore disproves evolution.

i think God put apes on earth so we see something the way he sees us.

DarkLordoftheSith, Christian Forums 7 Comments [8/19/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Crosis

Can anyone figure out what he means here? I don't understand at all what it means to have a \"decelerating\" universe - since there's nothing it can be said to be decelerating relative to. And nothing in the theory of evolution requires an infinite or static (whatever he means by that) universe.

8/19/2005 4:05:39 AM

Si

He's talking about a gravitationally slowed universe that eventually collapse back on itself and seems to belive that this is happening already. He does not seem to have been keeping up on the subject though, the universe is currently belevied to be expanding at an ever increasing rate.

8/19/2005 3:00:56 PM

Spaz

Yeah, the expansion is accelerating. And what that has to do with evolution I haven't a clue, but if a dark lord of the sith is saying it, I dunno if I want to disagree.

8/19/2005 3:23:00 PM

Rime

Perhaps it's shotgun tactics.

They're trying to hit all the targets at once because the Bible Answer Man told them that it is THE apologetic issue. If they lose this one, Satanists can sieze the throne of the world.

It's sad. Myth has a way of teaching a great lesson. :(

8/19/2005 7:43:02 PM

Francois Tremblay

Don't you see ? If the universe is not static, that means that uh... the laws of physics are changing. Like the speed of light is decreasing ! Hovind says so ! And uh... that proves evolution can't happen. And stuff. Forget about the little fact that NOTHING at all could live if the laws of nature were somehow changed dramatically...

8/20/2005 1:35:38 AM

Breakerslion

I think that Apes took an evolutionary shortcut to the end result of multiple generations of Fundamentalists! Not a Thomas Aquinas among them. How sad. If this trend line contimues, how many more generations before they will need assistance feeding themselves?

8/26/2005 1:47:40 AM

DarthWang

Proving, once again, that the average Fundamentalist knows about as much about evolution as the average squirrel knows about nuclear physics.

8/27/2005 8:47:33 PM
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