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Look at the ignorance of doctors over the past few centuries. Sanitary practices, such as washing hands, were laughed at by doctors, while thousands of patients continued to die. It was unimaginable to doctors back then, that washing one's hands somehow was related to a patient's health in the operating room. Can you believe that? Evolutionists today are just as ignorant of the truth of God's Word, and of common sense itself. It's hard to imagine that millions of people were dying from a simple lack of ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) just a couple hundred years ago. If evolution is true, then it took man billions of years to learn all these kindergarten lessons. And ironically, man has only learned these lessons in the past couple hundred years. You've got to be kidding me! Don't tell me that it took mankind BILLIONS of years to learn to wash his hands to prevent disease! The truth is that mankind has taken baby-steps since 4,000 B.C., and it did take him nearly 6,000 years to learn to wash his hands. This is just another undeniable PROOF that evolution is a lie. If mankind had evolved over millions of years, then men would have discovered these inventions a very long time ago.

The truth is that evolutionists are hardhearted against the truth of God's Word. The Word of God declares that God created the world at approximately 4,000 B.C.—YOU'D BE A FOOL NOT TO BELIEVE IT, BECAUSE THERE'S NO HISTORY PRIOR TO 4,000 B.C. As incredible as this fact is, it is undeniable proof against evolution.

David J. Stewart, Proof that Evolution is a Hoax 112 Comments [3/28/2009 9:29:45 PM]
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Colonel Catastrophe

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cave_painting

3/28/2009 9:32:07 PM

Vesper

People were wrong in the past so you should believe something from even further in the past!

3/28/2009 9:42:09 PM

speccy4i

That's it? Washing hands?

I'm more surprised that mankind hasn't invented the torch from Olympus that is the Flying Car yet.

Dave, if you think it's unbelievable how late in the game something as simple as 'washing hands prevents diseases' was developed, wait until you stop believing in your big invisible sky daddy and you'll really be amazed at how such simple common sense can escape people for thousands of years.

3/28/2009 9:44:41 PM

Porter

I would contend that knowledge grew exponentially, taking greater and greater leaps each time we advanced as a species.

And um, no one cares about the Word of God unless God is real, so that's another thing in and of itself besides your massive archaeology and antropology fails...

3/28/2009 9:55:23 PM

Blackvoice

Common sense: so rare it's a superpower.

3/28/2009 10:14:39 PM

Tolpuddle Martyr

Back when the doc didn't wash his hands church dogma ruled the day, 'nuff said!

3/28/2009 10:27:04 PM

Papabear

No history before 4000 BCE? You don't read much other than the Bible and other fiction do you? What's incredible is that someone could think this wad of warm turds is "undeniable proof" of anything other than his/her own idiocy.

3/28/2009 10:28:57 PM

Osiris

{i]Sanitary practices, such as washing hands, were laughed at by doctors, while thousands of patients continued to die.[/i]
That's because germ theory wasn't discovered yet and those doctors believed disease was caused by demons.

You know like the Bible says?

3/28/2009 10:34:47 PM

Dio Fa

If creation is true, why weren't people simply given the knowledge of how to combat germs or to prevent Scurvy? You know, the simple stuff.

Oh, and by the way, millions of people did not die of Scurvy.

3/28/2009 10:41:03 PM

freako104

"y 4,000 B.C.—YOU'D BE A FOOL NOT TO BELIEVE IT, BECAUSE THERE'S NO HISTORY PRIOR TO 4,000 B.C"



There are civilisations predating 4,000 BC.

3/28/2009 10:41:28 PM

WMDKitty

Neanderthals, Cro Magnons, and all the *rest* of our ancestral species would like a word with you...

3/28/2009 10:42:26 PM

Devonian

"It's hard to imagine that millions of people were dying from a simple lack of ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) just a couple hundred years ago"
Fun fact: iirc, our need for external sources of Vitamin C is due to a malfunction in our genome, one shared by chimps (and I believe gorillas as well)...

3/28/2009 10:48:08 PM



Washing your hands 'is undeniable proof against evolution' now?
I swear David J. Stewart grows more stupid every day.

3/28/2009 10:49:36 PM



well, in the last couple hundred years, scientific knowledge has skyrocketed, and along with it, life expectancy. millions of years ago, proto-men were probably lucky to live to 20. these "common sense" things, aren't really common sense. hindsight is 20/20, you know.

3/28/2009 10:56:43 PM



The truth is that evolutionists are hardhearted against the truth of God's Word. The Word of God declares that God created the world at approximately 4,000 B.C.—YOU'D BE A FOOL NOT TO BELIEVE IT, BECAUSE THERE'S NO HISTORY PRIOR TO 4,000 B.C

Here is a pottery jar.



This pottery jar is 4,500 years old.

David J. Stewart, you are a moron as always. Please shut up.

3/28/2009 11:21:54 PM



Oh shit, huge pic. Sorry. We need the edit button back.

3/28/2009 11:22:17 PM

maevemab

"Don't tell me that it took mankind BILLIONS of years to learn to wash his hands to prevent disease."

It didn't you fuckwit. Mankind hasn't been around that long. Get your fucking numbers right.

3/28/2009 11:25:21 PM

name

There was a giant population explosion once people started using basic hygiene.

3/28/2009 11:32:13 PM

Thinking Allowed

Sorry Dave, but you fail at health science. Learning about Vitamin C preventing scurvy and washing hands as an effective way for fighting disease has nothing to do with the ToE.

3/28/2009 11:34:50 PM

Nowonmai

YOU'D BE A FOOL NOT TO BELIEVE IT, BECAUSE THERE'S NO HISTORY PRIOR TO 4,000 B.C.

Egyptians, Chinese, Hindu and other cultures with provable ancient history would like a few words with you.

P.S. Capslocking asinine statements doesn't make them true.

3/28/2009 11:37:08 PM

The Amazing Liarbird

@ #930612

Hey, at least it didn't turn into Goatse the instant you cleared your cache.

3/29/2009 12:40:18 AM

Orion

Just from an Aussie point of view:
Aboriginal remains (Mungo man) are dated at 40 000 years.

Puts a big bloody hole in that hypothesis of yours.

Oh wait, I read the page, he says that scientists use "flawed" dating methods to prove the earth's age. While a book of fables is all the evidence of his 6000 year dating.

3/29/2009 12:54:03 AM

JonnyTruant

Knowledge builds upon itself. Is this so hard to understand? Besides, you should really get familiar with history. Every time that faith becomes the ruling power in society, science falls far behind. The Dark Ages are called that for a reason. A lot of good knowledge was lost until the European Renaissance, the rebirth of western science, art, etc.

And you might note that it wasn't until the age of reason that people began to really study the world empirically again; the first time since the ancient Greeks.

ANd I don't know why I'm wasting my time on this as you aren't ever going to see it. ...therapeutic win, I guess.

3/29/2009 1:05:56 AM



Mankind hasn't been around "BILLIONS of years"

3/29/2009 1:50:42 AM



Science taught us that sanitary practices were essential to proper medical care, not the Bible. In fact, many who washed during your beloved Religious Age were thought of as witches, and treated by your people accordingly.

BTW, it wasn't toe word of god that says the world began in 4004 BC: It was a man (Bishop Ussher). So there.

3/29/2009 2:04:00 AM
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