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(About the LHC)

A big CON-CERN to everyone obviously. But who's being conned eh? The big bang theory is only theory. Why waste so much precious money on theoretical wishy washy wishful thinking, which may or may not prove anything. No wonder there's so much anger in peoples' hearts when there are human beings suffering for lack of essentials. Stinks don't it? If the gnostics want some evidence of creation all they have to is read the first chapter of the Bible. There's far more facts to hold onto in the truth, than there is in theory. How much will this information cost? Nothing. Now that's something to be CON-CERN-ED about...

John Whittle, Telegraph 45 Comments [6/15/2009 9:59:07 AM]
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TB Tabby

And how do we know the Bible is true? It was written by God.

But how do we know it was written by God? It says so in the Bible.

6/15/2009 10:00:55 AM



ASS-HOLE! suck my COCK-A-CHINO!

6/15/2009 10:00:56 AM

EvoPagan

Your STU-PIDITY is WEAR-ING my ass out.

6/15/2009 10:01:56 AM

emau99

[The big bang theory is only theory.]

Oh, FFS. Don't you guys ever learn?

[If the gnostics want some evidence of creation all they have to is read the first chapter of the Bible.]

What does the Bible say about red-shifted light and cosmic background radiation? Don't forget to cite book, chapter, and verse, please.

6/15/2009 10:05:50 AM

aaa

We already disproved that shit long time ago.

6/15/2009 10:06:04 AM

Grigadil

Nope.

Um, Gnostics do not have to read ANYTHING. They receive their knowledge directly from the MONAD.

And the MONAD says there was a 'deed of thought' and the PLEROMA filled with light.

6/15/2009 10:06:40 AM

Doctor Whom

The big bang theory is only theory.


6/15/2009 10:07:49 AM

Dudely

Why don't you go back and tell that to Einstein. I'm sure he'd love to hear about how his whishy washy wishful thinking will never help the human race.

6/15/2009 10:09:36 AM

enna

Theories are at least somewhat based on observable fact. The Bible's creation story is one of many myths that early man dreamt up because he didn't understand jackshit.

6/15/2009 10:23:06 AM

Old Viking

That free information about creation is priced according to its value.

6/15/2009 10:24:37 AM

The Skeptic Wept

@Old Viking - you beat me to it.

Incidentally, regarding reading the first chapter of the babble, which babble are you talking about and which account of Genesis are you referring to?

6/15/2009 10:28:38 AM



Oooh, a FUN-DAMENTALIST.

6/15/2009 10:31:14 AM

The Watcher

"The big bang theory is only theory."

Yes, meaning it's supported by plenty of peer-reviewed evidence. Thank you for making our point for us.

6/15/2009 10:44:39 AM

solomongrundy

Ho num....here we go again...The big bang theory is only theory.

A theory is as certain as it gets in modern science.

But creationism isn't a theory, it's not even a hypothesis. It's a fairytale, or to be more accurate it's two mutually incompatible fairy-tales, each borrowed from earlier pagan creation myths.

6/15/2009 10:45:56 AM



Let's see. On the one hand we have scientific theories and on the other we have mythology...Yes, I can see how that is a no-brainer.

6/15/2009 10:47:10 AM

tracer

"No wonder there's so much anger in peoples' hearts when there are human beings suffering for lack of essentials."


You mean like, the lack of clean fresh water brought about by infighting between local religious groups?

Or the lack of drought-resistant crops brought about by religious resistance to genetic engineering?

Or the lack of vaccines brought about by anti-vaccination religious beliefs?

Or the lack of condoms to prevent the spread of AIDS, brought about by religious opposition to condom use?

6/15/2009 11:00:56 AM

solomongrundy

Re: the LHC (as the original post is about) it seems to me I have to decide whether the advice of the twenty-first century's top scientists or that of a group who believe in a nomadic late Bronze Age society's campfire tales is likely to be more accurate in the field of subatomic physics.

Hmmmm.

6/15/2009 11:14:13 AM

solomongrundy

Re: the LHC (as the original post is about) it seems to me I have to decide whether the advice of the twenty-first century's top scientists or that of a group of nomadic late Bronze Age goatherders is likely to be more accurate in the field of high energy subatomic physics.

Hmmmm.

6/15/2009 11:16:01 AM

Anon-e-moose

"The big bang theory is only theory"

The overwhelming evidence for Evolution makes the logical person realise it's FACT. The cherry on the cake was the discovery of Darwinius masillae - the 'Missing Link' (now found). Thus Darwin was proved right. Therefore, his 'Theory of Evolution' is now the FACTS of Evolution. Ergo, the biological aspect of the 'Creation' story in Genesis has been destroyed.

QED.

And soon the LHC will prove the Big Bang is no longer a theory, but FACT. And thus will the cosmological aspect of the 'Creation' story in Genesis be destroyed. Ergo, 'God' will be proved to be like Zeus, Jupiter, Amun-Ra etc: FICTIONAL.

Facts. Destroys myths every time.

6/15/2009 11:57:41 AM

A Friend

"CON-CERN"

Ahahahaha. No! You must think you're really fucking clever.

6/15/2009 12:18:33 PM

Big Jilm

Yeah I love the truth in the first book of the Bible when it describes plants that don't live off of photosynthesis.

6/15/2009 1:00:28 PM

JohnTheAtheist

One of the first signs where you can tell that ignorant bullshit is about to be spewed is when someone says "The [insert here] theory is only a theory".

This statement shows such an ignorance of science that whatever else is stated can surely be ignored...as was the case here.

6/15/2009 1:03:55 PM

El Zorro

"Now that's something to be CON-CERN-ED about..."

You already pulled that word pun.

6/15/2009 1:07:35 PM

Berny

"theoretical wishy washy wishful thinking"
"...of creation all they have to do read the first chapter of the Bible."
"There's far more facts to hold onto in the truth, than there is in theory."

Irony. Gobs of it.

6/15/2009 1:31:03 PM

Wehpudicabok

Gnostics don't need to read the Bible. They already believe in God. Perhaps you meant agnostics? That's funny, because the same error would cause you to rage against such sinful theists as Richard Dawkins.

If there's one thing to love about the fundies, it's their commitment to proper spelling.

6/15/2009 1:31:08 PM
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