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If Evolution is taught then Religion should be taught, their all theories about mankind's appearance on Earth. Evolution is just a religion with more proof.

Autumnvicky2, Gaia Online 65 Comments [2/1/2008 1:10:25 AM]
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Septic Sceptic

So much proof that it requires absolutly no faith in any supernatural forces. But other than that, yeah, it's just another religion.

2/1/2008 1:15:49 AM


Just no...

Evolution is not a religion. There are no "assumptions". We have valid data supporting evolution. Indeed it is a extraordinarily elegant solution to a question. Its more simple and efficient than "deities" no matter how wicked awesome they are.

Theories are based on data supporting them.

Evolution has a lot more proof as a theory and indeed its proof holds up solidly.

God does not have such proof.

And indeed you have no idea how much more proof Evolution has over God creating us. Its Metric Tonnes vs. Philosophical guesswork.

2/1/2008 1:19:05 AM


Epic fail.

2/1/2008 1:27:23 AM


Whoo, my submission made it in!

And yes, this is total and complete fail.

2/1/2008 1:30:52 AM

Quantum Mechanic


Evolution is a theory that explains the evidence.
There is not one shred of evidence that has ever been uncovered that has failed to reinforce the theory.

2/1/2008 1:31:03 AM

Mattural Selection

At least she got the "more proof" part right. Everything else however, is made of fail.

2/1/2008 1:31:34 AM


Oh, this is a good one.
What is that site anyway, text role playing? Isn't that anti-christian?

2/1/2008 1:32:21 AM

Bob Dole

2/1/2008 1:32:35 AM


All right, FINE. You want them to teach religious creation stories in school? Equal time for everybody? Okay, but that means you have to give equal time to ALL of the creation scenarios. The Zuni emergence story, or in Hinduism where the world has always existed and will always continue to exist, or the creation myths in which we're all the children or "excretions" of gods--and then we get into the different BREEDS of creationism, Young Earth and Old Earth and Intelligent Design and Unintelligent Design and...

If we taught all that bullshit in science class, there wouldn't be any time left for the actual SCIENCE.

2/1/2008 1:33:08 AM


you kinda miss the point in terms of evolution... but i will give you credit that u said that its got more evidence...

2/1/2008 1:37:46 AM


Antichrist, Gaia is a lot of things. Text role-playing is common there, but basically it's a huge message board that has games, guilds (Like the Anti-Creationist Guild, which is kinda dead now..), and, most importantly: Little dress up dollies who you earn money for so that you can buy them clothes.

...It's not inherently lame, it's what you make of it!

(Love the seal, Mr. Dole!)

2/1/2008 1:39:10 AM


Religion is already taught in schools...as history and mythlogy.

2/1/2008 1:45:32 AM


Do you understand what happens when you teach creationism, Egyptian creation myth, the idea that aliens brought life to Earth on space ships, the Aztec myth of the five worlds and Zulu myths in science class as alternatives to abiogenesis is that you make a complete mockery of the scientific process. None of those are theories. They're myths. Legends. Stories. You see biology class is for biology, not a dissertation on world wide myths. That's what religious studies and anthropology is for.
Evolution is a scientific theory, meaning an the best logical and well supported explanation we have given all the facts. It is in no way a religion and continiously insisting that it is will never change that.

2/1/2008 1:54:06 AM

Mister Spak

Well, yes, a lot is more than none.

2/1/2008 2:08:20 AM


Where religion has 0 proof. LOLZ.

2/1/2008 2:20:17 AM

Mr. Tambourine Man

Sometimes I wonder if Fundies really, honestly think that people who believe in evolution pray to Darwin. You've got to admit, though, that Darwin would make a pretty mellow God.

2/1/2008 2:31:28 AM

Doctor Whom

"...with more proof."

It's still January in my time zone, and already, February's "So Close and Yet So Far" award has been claimed.

2/1/2008 2:32:40 AM


these comments are unoriginal!

2/1/2008 2:36:34 AM


antichrist wrote:

"What is that site anyway, text role playing? Isn't that anti-christian?"

Only if it's Tolkien-esque fantasy role-playing, like D&D.
Because then you're learning to cast real spells, just like Jack Chick says.

2/1/2008 2:36:41 AM

Old Viking


2/1/2008 2:55:31 AM

Quantum Mechanic

"more proof"

They never get it.

2/1/2008 2:59:43 AM


Damn, you're fucking stupid.

Buy yourself a goddam dictionary. Look up the meaning of "Religion" and see that the definition does not fit the theory of Evolution. Next, use the dictionary to determine the meaning and usage of "there", "their", and "they're".

Aw, forget it. A dictionary in the hands of a fundie is about as useful as a computer in the hands of a retarded ape.

2/1/2008 3:09:12 AM


Fine, if you want to teach creationism in school thats ok, just so long as atheists can teach evolution in church.

2/1/2008 3:21:38 AM


Evolution is not a religion, but does have a shitload of proof.

2/1/2008 3:24:52 AM


In time, Sayna, you'll just learn to give up altogether.

2/1/2008 3:33:40 AM

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