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The Earth used to have another layer around the biosphere which was mostly moisture(most anthropoligists agree the earth used to stay at a constant temperature-this may help explain why...) , and a passing planet with an elliptical orbit to our own destroyed it, causing a great rain in some form or another... As far as I know this as the same as the planet x theory, 12th planet, or nibiru

-FAITH ALONE-, Internet Infidels 10 Comments [12/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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So much fail. I'm not sure what an "anthropoligist" is, but since they "agree the earth used to stay at a constant temperature" (whatever the hell that means) I'll just assume they have nothing to do with anthropologists.

(My father is an anthropologist...)

6/13/2011 1:32:09 PM

J. James

That would be so compelling. That is, if there was actual

A: Evidence that the Earth was at one point flooded,

B: An explanation as to where the water went,

C: Any observation whatsoever of a "planet x" or "nibiru", whatever the fuck those are supposed to be,

And lastly D: if you actually knew how to spell "Anthropologists" and actually knew to which field of science their study pertains.

8/23/2011 6:37:39 PM


Most references to Nimbra or Wormwood the destroyer planet have refered to it as a future event. Is this a new trend in Fundie wackadoo or was I mistaken?

8/24/2011 3:30:03 PM

Blue the Thief

4/13/2012 11:07:30 PM

Quantum Mechanic

horse shit

3/5/2015 3:02:54 AM

rubber chicken

"Mostly moisture" ?

You mean water ?

What held it up ?

3/5/2015 9:27:30 AM


most anthropoligists agree the earth used to stay at a constant temperature

Even if this would be true, it would be as important as the opinion of most investment bankers of what caused the Cambrian explosion...

3/6/2015 2:00:49 AM


Earth is not Ceres.

Anthropoligists might agree, but few if any anthropologists do, stupid.
(Fun Irrelevant Fact: Ligist is the Swedish word for hooligan or thug.)
Besides, anthropologists are not that concerned with the formation and content of Earth.

A passing planet? Planets don't just pass willy-nilly in space, stupid.
If it was close enough to destroy an outer layer, it was close enough to destroy Earth.

As far as you know? You don't seem to know anything beyond what the average 9-year-old knows.

3/6/2015 3:41:08 AM


No it fucking didn't.
(No they fucking don't)
No it fucking didn't.
No it fucking isn't.

3/6/2015 10:04:41 AM


Wow. He somehow managed to fail at science, astronomy, physics, anthropology and common rationalization, all at the same time. Impressive!

3/6/2015 11:20:34 AM

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