Occam's Razor says you all fail.
1/22/2008 2:25:00 AM
Oh, one of those Ph.D. kinds? Damn, Jeb, this guy done gots letters after his name! I plumb reckon he must be pretty fancy!
1/22/2008 2:25:37 AM
Is this guy a "scientist" in the same sense that Kunt Hovind is a "Doctor"?
1/22/2008 2:57:59 AM
Gerard Bouw, Piled Higher and Deeper. Riiight!
1/22/2008 3:05:24 AM
According to his biography,
Bouw was an atheist at the time he earned his Ph.D.
1/22/2008 3:09:07 AM
If you make enough harebrained assumptions, you can prove anything.
1/22/2008 3:17:32 AM
How the fuck can anyone seriously be this stupid, and filled with so much contempt and hatred for 99.9% of the planet (which is what rejecting such universal knowledge really is)? That entire site is creepy, and the participants should be ashamed to call themselves human beings.
“It won’t be rain but fire next time.”
1/22/2008 3:35:05 AM
I guess he was lucky his schizophrenia didn't manifest until after he got his Ph.D.
1/22/2008 3:40:51 AM
Dumbfuck for Jesus!
1/22/2008 4:15:30 AM
That site says:
'The main difference is that geocentric models must always take the existence of the universe into account whereas heliocentric models always ignore it.'
Oh no! Our Sun worshiping science fails to assume that the universe exists. Woe is us!
1/22/2008 4:43:42 AM
"'The main difference is that geocentric models must always take the existence of the universe into account whereas heliocentric models always ignore it.'"
And the geocentrist model seems to forget that the entire universe must therefore be spinning fast enough to revolve around the earth in 24 hours. Therefore, the universe itself cannot extend beyond the orbit of Uranus, because any farther than that and celestial bodies would have to exceed the speed of light to make the trip.
1/22/2008 5:21:25 AM
The authority of the Bible would be damaged if any one of the mythologies created by tent dwelling shepherds 4,000 years ago therefore it is the entirety of human knowledge outside the Bible which must, by default, be false...
My brain hurts.
1/22/2008 5:41:48 AM
When the cognitive dissonance gets too harsh, you need something to get a little further back into your shell. Ask your preacher if Geocentricity is right for you.
(Warning: side effects include ignorance and being spectacularly wrong in public, as well as an inability to appreciate the universe for what it is.)
1/22/2008 8:16:32 AM
Being one of those Ph.D kind of people, just look at the letters behind my name, I can say with full confidence in the knowledge the human race has produced since Galileo that the solar system/universe isn't geocentric.
1/22/2008 8:45:44 AM
Bouw is about as much a scientist as he is a fucking plumber
"ooo look this guy in the internets has a PHD! he must be right!"
thats what i picture is your logic
who the fuck cares if he has a PHD, is he right about what he says?
if he believes bullshit like geocentricity i doubt he right
1/22/2008 9:22:22 AM
Your problem is that you have no idea how science works. Tell me, you have any idea how satellites work, how can we observe astronomical phenomena, how NASA works..........?. If geocentricity were right, things wouldn't be that way. And can you make head or tail what that webpage says and check if what they say is sound?
1/22/2008 9:45:05 AM
We've had proof the Earth goes around the sun for centuries. If you can't grasp this basic fact then tell your doctor to increase the dosage.
1/22/2008 11:42:56 AM
Hey Ekkman, the world isn't really round . . .
1/22/2008 11:44:08 AM
Small question: Who says the bible is the world of god? The apostle Paul said all scipture is inspired. Sounds to me all religions' scriptures are inspired by god. Better study those, too.
1/22/2008 12:21:30 PM
Another gem from Bouw's bio
So I started a critical reading of the Bible, from cover to cover, searching for inconsistencies and any contradictions between an infinite God and the God of the Bible. Fortunately, God was watching out for me in that the only Bible I owned was an Authorized Version, the only English Bible free of such contradictions. Any other version and I would have been left with no alternative but agnosticism.
1/22/2008 2:13:11 PM
"He has a PhD....... in chemistry!"
1/22/2008 7:19:50 PM
1/22/2008 8:17:26 PM
Turning the clock back for Jeebus.
CSE blogs has always been an IQ black hole, even visiting reduces your IQ by 5 points. The people who regularly post there are so heavily into negative equity they have no chance for intellectual redemption.
I hope they all die in a car crash.
1/22/2008 9:25:04 PM
Ekkman doing his best to climb the rankings -- watch your backs, supersport and AV1611VET!
He makes it fairly plain that you can’t prove whether the galaxy, solar system is either by science
Either what? Perhaps you're trying to get at Galilean/Newtonian relativity? In which case, Ptolemy knew, in the 2nd century, that the apparent motions would be the same whether the earth or the sun moved; he then posited possible refutations to either system (that's what good scientists do, whether they have a PhD or not). Ptolemy sided with geocentrism because things like stellar parallax couldn't be measured back then. But he had the refutations to Bouw's bullshit already figured out nearly 2 millenia in advance!
He is a scientist, one of those Ph. D. kinds and there are others
Yes, there are actually lots of PhDs around. I have one, even. Ever heard of a place called "NASA"? Filled with PhDs. And guess what they all think about geocentrism...?
1/22/2008 9:40:20 PM
Geocentric? Let me look into it and I'll get back to you.
1/22/2008 10:30:09 PM