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Man has been genetically trace to a single woman, arbitarily called "Eve" by scientist.
Every major developmental phase of evolution was described in writing 3000 years ago, universe creation, "big bang" included.
Darwin himself nods upward multiple times in the closing of his book,(he must have been asking forgiveness).
I am 50 years old, learned as many have learned, heard that "science" should be taught, not "God."
The more I learn of science, the more I believe that they are proving that God exist!
It was once said by someone notable, the existance of God interfers with my self-gratification. Not a direct quote by close enough.
The majority of "sci-fi" evolution things I see on television have been refuted, decages ago, typically from the "source" on his or her death bed as be false to aquire financial gain.
We all turn to "God" when the lights grow dim, and all of you will too.

Not everyones solution, Topix 11 Comments [4/30/2008 10:09:32 PM]
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Submitted By: Fek'lhr
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Green

And then God puts on some Barry White...

6/13/2008 9:39:48 PM

Carbonated Margarine

...and interferes with his own self-gratification...

6/13/2008 9:46:02 PM

Quantum Mechanic

Where did you get that shit you're smoking?

2/22/2011 2:55:29 PM

jas43

The majority of "sci-fi" evolution things I see on television have been refuted, decages ago, typically from the "source" on his or her death bed as be false to aquire financial gain.

absolute bullshit.

even if the individual did "recant" (why would a scientist?) that doesnt make their years of verifiable evidence and studies worthless.

for being 50 you sure are childish in the way you think and reason.

typical fundie :)

fail.

2/22/2011 3:26:57 PM

Dr. Shrinker

"The majority of "sci-fi" evolution things I see on television have been refuted, decages ago,..."

Then how about learning about the reality of evolution?

2/22/2011 4:01:56 PM

Canadiest

At least seven thoughts there are the product of Christian urban myths.
"The more I learn of science, the more I believe that they are proving that God exist!"
That one's been repeated word for word from fundie preachers and web sites for years. There is nothing in scientific history that has supported the Bible. His first two sentences alone shows he has done no scientific inquiry, completely the follower of fundie dogma.

2/23/2011 9:37:33 AM

rw23

> We all turn to "God" when the lights grow dim, and all of you will too.

No, I don't think I shall.


2/23/2011 11:10:51 AM

Angua

The majority of "sci-fi" evolution things I see on television have been refuted, decages ago

Probably. I'd like to remind you that the same is also true of sci-fi phyics and sci-fi chemistry and sci-fi history.

While there are works of science fiction that pay a lot of attention to the "science" aspect and indeed manage to portray a lot of their science accurately, the majority of popular science fiction does not. (It's called science fiction for a reason after all.) I like Star Trek and Doctor Who as much as the next person, but I would not use them as a source for actual science. If this is where you get you're understanding of evolution . . . I'm just speechless. You really ought to get an actual book on the topic, okay?


2/23/2011 6:22:20 PM

TheHonestModerate

So, because we come from a common ancestor, means the big bang was caused by god. SOUND LOGIC PEOPLE!

7/6/2011 4:41:27 PM

rw23

> We all turn to "God" when the lights grow dim, and all of you will too.

Five months ago I commented here:

> No, I don't think I shall.

And it's still the case. I am measureably closer to death but I still don't believe in God. And if I were to suddenly decide, on my final day, that I believed in God and all that old resurrection-Jesus sin-free forgiveness-whatsit, would that actually validate the concept of the existence of God? No. Clearly not.

For what it's worth, I would be deeply embarrassed and ashamed if the pain of my final days caused me to espouse any old superstitious woo which my cultural upbringing once proclaimed. I'd sooner be shot dead than make such a twat of myself.

7/6/2011 5:11:15 PM

Kyeto-X

The majority of "sci-fi" evolution things I see on television have been refuted, decages ago, typically from the "source" on his or her death bed as be false to aquire financial gain.

The key word of sci-fi is the "fi" as in FICTION! It was never meant to be taken as science fact. Warp drive, Aliens, and time travel are still in the realm of fiction because we can't do such things. It's a part of the story as either a plot element, or a part of the world the story takes place.

Unlike Creationism which is a myth that is presented as a fact.

You sir, fail.

7/6/2011 8:30:01 PM
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