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Have you dug up the entire earth? (I would assume not) Then how do you know that somewhere out there there aren't dino anbd horse fosils lying together. But, the only other thing would be that they lived in different habitats, or that they just didn't die together. But that doesn't bean they didn't live together, or that they didn't live in the same time period.

Giggle, HomeschoolDebate 12 Comments [5/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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If you are debating FOR homeskooling, you done just lost your argument.

And guess what? I HAVE dug up the entire earth! It's true! And I can say for certain that not only did I see dinosaur fossils with horses (kinky dinos) I also saw the fossils of unicorns and demons laying with Leviathan fossils. Along with a fossil of the earth's oldest homeschool student, preserved in clear, amber stupidity.

6/16/2006 10:59:14 AM

David D.G.

Typical. Jerks like this are impervious to evidence anyway, though, so don't bother digging up the whole Earth and presenting your findings; he'll just respond with, \"So what?\"

~David D.G.

6/16/2006 4:23:32 PM


As a person who was homeschooled, I can honestly say that this is one of the worst arguments for YEC-ism I have ever heard. Besides, you haven't dug up the entire earth either, so you can't know there aren't skeletons of elves somewhere.

12/7/2010 5:49:41 PM


Would there be any point in explaining radioisotope clocks and representative samples to Giggle?

12/7/2010 6:30:50 PM


Hence, science. This is why science changes, because we learn new data, and have to incorporate that into what we already know, so sometimes, things change. This means that, theoretically, the Theory of Evolution might be proven to be false. It's simply the best method to explain what we know with what we have. Now, just because the ToE might one day be proven false, that doesn't mean that your bullshit and lies will be proven true. Logic and reason and reality already have proven your nonsense false.

12/7/2010 6:54:53 PM


The spelling alone proves the virtue of homeschooling.

12/8/2010 3:12:23 AM


Wouldn't the same argument apply to Jesus' resurrection? If you haven't "dug up the entire earth", you can't pretend to know his bones aren't mouldering in a grave somewhere.

12/8/2010 4:40:05 AM


We don't have to prove every single specimen that ever lived and what layer they're found. The thousands of fossils located have already established the pattern. Over 90% of species found are extinct today and what lives today is not found 500,000 years ago.

It's funny how you demand absolute proof yet provide none for religious belief or any other alternative. This is the "moving goalposts" argument, with thousands of fossil evidences you pretend you'll accept it only when all are discovered and what we have now isn't enough to draw conclusions.

And, again, your side needs no evidence, just faith.

12/8/2010 8:13:02 AM


Trust me, idiots like this are looking feverishly for this sort of thing. A discovery of this magnitude would rock science.

I'm betting against it.

12/8/2010 9:23:16 AM


I'm betting on more frauds from their side. When they get an undiscovered dinosaur they'll shove a horse skeleton in it and that one thing will cancel out all other fossil evidence. Palauxy tracks fraud is still excepted by Fundies

'Course they'll only be pictures of it after the Evolution Mafia dispose of the real evidence

12/9/2010 2:07:22 PM


We know what we find.
What we don't find, you don't know either.

12/9/2010 4:36:02 PM


Because, by a remarkable coincidence that makes the chances of winning the lottery ten weeks in a row look easy by comparison, all the places where dinosaur and horse fossils lie together have not been excavated. It couldn't be that such places don't actually exist, could it?

Shit logic and equally shit spelling. The legacy of being teached by Mummy and Daddy.

12/11/2010 1:55:01 AM

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