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And, scientists HAVE found evedence to back the Bible up. It's on Discover channel, it's on History channel! Please don't go make me find it. I hate douing reasearch out side of school!

SuzieQ, ChannelOne.com BBS 15 Comments [11/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Well there's why you think that shit makes sense: you don't research.

2/10/2008 5:34:08 AM


Why don't you 'reasearch' how to spell? Can you 'dou' that? Get some 'evedence' for your post. But do it 'out side'.

2/10/2008 2:32:20 PM


So just keep wallowing in your ignorance, then. We'll just keep on wallowing in our disregard for your uninformed opinion. Deal?

2/10/2008 3:36:08 PM

You do realize that the scientific community sees both channels as jokes, right?

Besides, many of those "professors" in those shows did NOT recieve training in fields relevant to what they keep going on about.

2/6/2010 1:15:14 AM


Yeah. The History Channel has also shown me "evedence" that Nostradamus's prophecies are coming true, that aliens are actually responsible for crop circles, etc.

If you're getting your information from the History Channel, it's pretty clear you don't like doing research at all. You really didn't need to add that bit.

2/6/2010 11:11:07 PM


You lazy git.

2/6/2010 11:40:26 PM

History International is pretty good though.

12/1/2010 11:17:33 PM


Last time I checked peer-reviews are done with the help of scientific journals, not on pop-"science" TV shows.

Suzie, dearie, if you make claims, you are responsible for providing a source for those claims.

12/2/2010 1:21:17 AM


>>Please don't go make me find it. I hate doing research out side of school!<<

Then you should not be saying that you have such evidence.

12/2/2010 1:24:45 AM


He's right though, both those channels have been presenting myths as fact. Biblical battles, imaginary archeology and straight out bullshit has become Americas science TV.

I actually do see the fingerprints of creationists, end-timers and literalists in about six 'documentaries' on these channels the last couple years.

12/2/2010 6:02:18 AM


"And, scientists HAVE found evedence to back the Bible up. It's on Discover channel, it's on History channel! Please don't go make me find it."

But not on the BBC. Strange. And oh, by all means try and find it. Whether or not it exists, don't make me get out my Sir David Attenborough!

"I hate douing reasearch out side of school!"

School? Not hoemskule?! Careful, lest all those nasty facts you're indoctrinated with at that hideous secular school make you... dare I say it...

...start thinking for yourself?!!11ONE1

Gotta love the BBC's "Wildlife on One", "Horizon", and the blessed Sir David Attenborough for his "Life" series of epic nature documentaries. That, and ITV's "Survival" series in the 70s & 80s. To say nothing of the all-time classic "The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau". Who says you can't learn anything on TV?

12/2/2010 6:32:19 AM


Oh crap the History and Discovery channels are like, THE authorities on science and shit! That's why the highest rated programs on these channels are about pawn shops, ex-special effects guys blowing things up, and a family that builds motorcycles while yelling really loudly.

Thanks to them I also know that the Nazis were given their advanced technology by aliens, Nostradamus was 100% accurate, ghosts exist and haunt houses all the time and contrails are actually poison clouds that the government is using to control our minds.

12/2/2010 3:04:04 PM

Quantum Mechanic

Lie much?

7/6/2013 12:51:06 PM

Quantum Mechanic

" Please don't go make me find it. "

Because you can't, moron.
Go sell tricks in Bangkok.

10/28/2013 3:31:44 PM

Dr. Shrinker

"Its true, look it up!"

- The five favorite words of the neo-con liar

10/28/2013 3:48:47 PM

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