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If you define spacetravel as traveling more than 1000 km from earth, which I would like to do for the sake of the discussion, there is no spacetravel in the last 32 years. And no one claiming so.

watcher16, Christian Forums 5 Comments [4/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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The moon is over 384,403 km from here. That's the farther any human had traveled. Aslo, the unmanned probes are (barely) left the solar system and traveled to all planets (Well, except Pluto, if you consider it a planet).

In short: FAIL

5/14/2008 8:30:43 PM


1000 km ?(not even miles which are longer?) Isn't that about where heaven is?

5/14/2008 8:56:49 PM


If you define music as anything with over 7 million beats per minute, which I would like to do for the sake of this discussion, there has never been any music. Ever.

Your point is?

And as Fernando points out, even within the limitations of your ridiculous argumental frame work, YOU FAIL.

8/26/2009 2:51:24 AM


The first man in space, Yuri Gagarin, went round the Earth once in the Vostok-1 capsule, in an orbit considerably higher than 1000km. And do you know what he said whe he was in orbit?:

'I looked and looked but I didn't see God.'

Thus at a stroke was Genesis 1:6-8 utterly destroyed. Another gap filled. As subsequent gaps were filled, as they continue to be to this day. Including new gaps in human knowledge not even mentioned in the Bible, thus demonstrating the ultimate FAIL in believing such fairytales.

We Atheists have the evidence. And we're winning.

8/26/2009 11:20:07 AM


Arbitrary definition chosen to support whatever point you're trying to make (and, as has been pointed out, still fails).

Here's a more practical definition, though less hard and fast: If you shut off all thrust and your flying vessel doesn't promptly begin to decelerate or lose altitude, you're probably in a spacecraft.

8/26/2009 11:50:59 AM

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