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By the way, naming a probe after the ship on which Darwin sailed is not a problem in and of itself. What I found 'chilling' was if that name was selected in anticipation of what Pleiadian cultists and other new age kooks are expecting to learn out there.

Mike_L, Rapture Ready 9 Comments [12/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Fernando

Non-sequitor of the fucking year.

7/12/2008 6:33:07 AM

Trask

Just... What are you implying? That they will find God in space?

Wouldn't that... like... Be evidence for religion?

Do you NOT want that??

9/5/2009 1:22:03 AM

Canadiest

I think these literalist believe only Earth has life in the whole universe, so,,,the first sign of any life is going to shake their world. Part of their overall distrust and hate of science stems from their leaders knowing we'll eventually prove more and more.

After all these people claim there's no water anywhere in the universe but Earth.

9/5/2009 6:51:43 AM

Caustic Gnostic

Canadiest:

Part of their overall distrust and hate of science stems from their leaders knowing we'll eventually prove more and more.

An excellent point, but I argue for "All of their overall distrust...".

9/5/2009 8:27:58 AM

Anon-e-moose

And also because every single bit of data sent back from each & every one of those deep-space probes fills one more gap, and further proves your Bible, and therefore Creationism to be the utter bullshit it really is.

Those probes are Reason's ultimate weapons against you fundies & your way of thinking. And there's not one fucking thing you can do about it.

Keep moving those goalposts. It's all you can do these days. Especially against the likes of NASA, the ESA etc.

9/5/2009 8:31:03 AM

Agahnim

I second what Fernando said, even though I posted this a little over three years after his and he posted his comment about five years after this comment was submittted. It really is that much of a non-sequitur.

11/1/2011 8:01:11 AM

rw23

So the Pleiadian cultists are expecting to find beagles on other planets? Difficult to say if even the RRers believe that to be true.

11/1/2011 11:21:08 AM

Philbert McAdamia

@ Canadiest
After all these people claim there's no water anywhere in the universe but Earth.

I've seen some claim the extra water from the flood miraculously went to Mars and/or Venus.

11/1/2011 7:28:33 PM

Canadiest

@Philbert McAdamia

I know! Hovind pushes that one. An example of that formentioned "moving the goalposts". The only way they'll accept that there is ice water on mars or that many comets are ice is if they can wedge their flood story in. Worse, they claim these things, which are proof of scientific predictions are in fact PROOF OF THE FLOOD!

Unbelievable

11/5/2011 7:17:12 AM
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