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All honesty I wouldn't even care if creationism was taught in public schools, I just have a problem with the idea that it should be taught in science classes. It's not science, it'll never be science, the basis of it's claim totally goes against the rules of science. They could form a religious history class for it or something, /shrug.

When you can prove the science you're teaching, then say that. The fact is, you can't prove that either. Intelligent design is saying that matter + energy + information (not chance chemisty) = creation.

And since chance chemistry has been proven virtually impossible, I don't understand how you can insist on anything.

Zapem, WoW offtopic 2 Comments [9/30/2008 3:53:12 PM]
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What? What? Chemestry is not chance you blithering idiot. You head iron in standard air, you will always get iron oxide. If you have the same reactants in the same quantities under the same condition you will always get the same results.

2/16/2009 5:51:24 PM


This guy knows his shit.

12/14/2011 3:56:55 AM

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