Well, there wasn't.
2/29/2008 6:48:58 PM
Say it for: Voyager I and II, Viking, the ex-Soviet Union missions to Venus and mars, etc. & etc.
12/7/2009 3:12:24 AM
Anon-e-moose is superior to God
"I believe there was a solid dome of water over the earth..."
Which suddenly disappeared before the USSR launched Sputnik 1 (the first artificial satellite) on October 4th 1957, amirite? And why didn't Laika (the first Terran lifeform in space) go swimming in November 3rd the same year? Same for Yuri Gagarin (the first man in space) in April 12th 1961, or even Valentina Tereshkova (the first woman in space) in June 16th 1963? And you'd have thought Alexey Leonov would've noticed, when in March 18th 1965, he performed the first spacewalk? Certainly John Glenn (the first American in space) in February 20th 1962. Care to explain, Rom831? (check one):
[ ] You're a Flat Earther, and you think that NASA is part of a vast worldwide conspiracy to keep the truth from everyone (even though, at the height of the Cold War, when the Soviet Union and it's space programme was in direct competition with that of the USA, and would have no interest in co-operating with an enemy regime). Even today, now that NASA and Russia's space programmes now work side-by-side, with the International Space Station; and China has entered the potentially new 'space race' with it's Long March-based vehicles launching Taikonauts into orbit (and their plans for a moon landing). Thus everything you say is complete bollocks.
[ ] Space science proves Genesis wrong (which destroys the Bible as a whole, and therefore proves that God doesn't exist). Thus everything you say is complete bollocks.
12/7/2009 9:36:04 AM
I think you were standing inside the Louisiana Superdome. The dome is white so I can see why you'd think it was made of ice.
12/7/2009 10:46:08 AM
Perhaps in the Hadean epoch, there was a solid overcast of carbon-sulfur compounds, but eventually it was reabsorbed.
It seems to me that the old Hebrews had very similar words for water and sky, and the Greek translation didn't convey the nuances.
12/7/2009 1:07:38 PM
I believe that there is a chocolate tree and a Cool Whip fountain in my back yard, if I could only find the darn things....
12/7/2009 1:09:08 PM
Do you believe that children who talk back to their parents should be beaten to death with rocks? Do you believe that its a sin to wear cotton-wool mix clothing? Do you believe that pork is an abomination and that women should not adorn themselves with jewelry? I can pretty much guarantee that there are plenty of Biblical things that Rom831 doesn't believe. If he does in fact believe all that's in the Bible, he would not have escaped being in a mental ward or max security prison by now.
1/13/2010 2:38:55 PM
That blocked all sunlight, preventing complex life on Earth.
6/30/2011 8:43:06 PM
Then we can safely discount everything else you have to say as being the product of gross ignorance. Thanks for the heads up.
7/16/2011 4:47:25 PM
Well, then this conversation is over because you are quite clearly insane.
4/29/2012 4:52:18 AM
So where is it now ?
4/29/2012 6:45:39 AM
You mean clouds, right? Right? Oh, PLEASE, say you mean clouds.
9/12/2012 2:43:53 PM