Quote# 35484

I say, you guys have to get two cells to evolve from the [primordial] soup - of the opposite sex, in the same place, at the same time. It's a big world, you know, cells are kind of small - they've got to find each other.

Kent Hovind, Quote collection 111 Comments [2/26/2008 12:17:41 AM]
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Old Viking

Kent, they used a very primitive dating service.

2/26/2008 12:19:42 AM

Eric the Blue

If this had been anyone else, I would call Poe. However, since it's Hovind...

2/26/2008 12:21:40 AM


The talking snake makes way more sense to this talking sack-o'-feces...

2/26/2008 12:21:54 AM

David G

Kent, you do know that there aren't male and female cells, and that cells don't reproduce sexually, don't you?

2/26/2008 12:23:22 AM


Congratulations, you fail at biology.

2/26/2008 12:24:32 AM


It's called asexual reproduction, fuckwad. Your cells do it.

2/26/2008 12:25:05 AM


Cells are asexual. I may not have paid much attention in biology class but I remember that, because "hey look at the tiny things through the microscope!" was probably the most fun part of that class.

2/26/2008 12:25:38 AM


Asexual reproduction, fucksack.

2/26/2008 12:26:53 AM


they used cell phones ofcourse

2/26/2008 12:32:48 AM


There's a Mommy Bacteria and a Daddy Bacteria , and look at the wittle Baby Bacteria ! oo... he's got a tubby tum-tum! Oo, he's got a tubby tum-tum!

2/26/2008 12:33:59 AM

Septic Sceptic

I love this quote because it means I know more about evolution than somebody with a Ph.D. I feel so clever!

Oh wait, he studied Christian Education, not biology.

And his thesis was an absolute joke which came from a sham university.

It's almost as though the man has absolutely no qualification to be educating people on evolution.

2/26/2008 12:34:25 AM


Because cells can never divide and mutate on their own to crea- oh wait, they do that when fetuses are being developed. Oh well, facts never stopped Hovind.

2/26/2008 12:37:49 AM


You heard it here first, folks.

It is impossible for cells to reproduce asexually.

Bacterial colonies are a figment of your imagination.

2/26/2008 12:39:14 AM


Failcat refuses to be associated with this pile of shit.

2/26/2008 12:40:25 AM


Kent thinks he's an expert on cells because he lives in one.

Oh look out! Big Bubba has that look in his eye again, Kent, and he doesn't care if you're out of K-Y jelly.

2/26/2008 12:46:00 AM

Doctor Whom

Mr. Hovind, have you ever grown a houseplant from a cutting? If so, then you have witnessed something called asexual reproduction.

2/26/2008 12:49:35 AM

The Watcher

Like we needed more proof that the H-bomb didn't know anything about biology.

2/26/2008 12:50:25 AM


Asexual--like your wife toward you, Kent.

2/26/2008 1:04:29 AM

Caustic Gnostic

How does a single cell have gonads? By definition, don't gonads produce cells?

2/26/2008 1:10:59 AM


cells are kind of small - they've got to find each other.

The first cells in the primordial soup would have been bacteria. The earliest bacteria probably would have reproduced asexually, like most modern archaebacteria. Sexual reproduction probably began as cannibalism; ingesting another bacterium's DNA. The invention of sexual reproduction is one of the Great Moments in Evolution.

Modern bacteria can sometimes reproduce sexually; but they only have one sex, so there's no such thing as "opposite sex". They're all gay! 8-O

2/26/2008 1:12:24 AM

Raven Blackhawk

Maybe you should do something more productive with your time behind bars, dipshit. Like get a "real" education from a "real" college.

2/26/2008 1:28:00 AM


This doesn't surprise me - what surprises me is that he hasn't been killed in a tragic fire, given the ammount of straw that he has around.

2/26/2008 1:29:38 AM


Septic Sceptic - Yeah, he should stick to tax law.

2/26/2008 1:32:04 AM


Wrong Kent. Cells are asexual. They have no sex.

2/26/2008 1:36:39 AM


They reproduce asexually. Not sexually.

2/26/2008 1:36:49 AM

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