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Are you fucking cereal?!
2/26/2010 7:31:11 AM
WTF there isn't even any reason to engage in the mental gymnastics required to hold this idea. It has nothing to do with Christianity at all. This is just hillariously dumb, not fundie.
2/26/2010 7:41:03 AM
"Gravity as we know it" suggests that there are some things about gravity that we do know. Therefore, it seems to exist. Unlike your ability to think.
2/26/2010 7:41:53 AM
I sure hope this is a poe, or at least a joke.
2/26/2010 7:52:54 AM
The gene pool needs more chlorine.
2/26/2010 8:13:57 AM
Oh, dear... We must get rid of this man and anything/anybody related to it. If he IS in fact dad, that means that this man has procreated, and we just can't have that.
ERASE dad's PROGENY - 2010!!
This is mother fucking GRAVITY we're talking about here, dad. It's no "theory". I can demonstrate easily. Stand at the top of your mobile homes stairs. Close your eyes and jump out. You feel those? Those are stairs! The ever-loving force of gravity is introducing your ribs into each and every one of them. And now that you've reached the bottom, my experiment is concluded! Thank you for your participation!!
Now limp your ass over to the fridge and gitcha a ice pack!
2/26/2010 9:11:26 AM
Then what is it that makes things stay on the ground? Intelligent Falling?
Actually, don't answer that...
2/26/2010 9:19:17 AM
Having read more of his posts, I think it's safe to assume this is guy is a Poe.
2/26/2010 9:26:54 AM
The gene pool needs a lot of chlorine, I think. Also, I wish gravity didn't exist... would make my life so much easier. OR NOT.
2/26/2010 10:51:59 AM
Dad! Oh, Dad! We missed you so!
2/26/2010 11:16:27 AM
Except that if gravity, or indeed any of the four fundamental forces, was even slightly weaker than it is now then the sun as we know it couldn't exist.
2/26/2010 12:06:48 PM
I want to say POE. This is too close to how fundies argue against the theory of Evolution.
2/26/2010 12:20:47 PM
Okay. Stand underneath a ladder and let someone drop a bowling ball on your head. If it goes up instead of down, I'll believe you.
2/26/2010 12:29:13 PM
"Ever wonder how they built the early pyramids?"
Um ... ramps and wooden rollers, maybe?
2/26/2010 1:24:38 PM
I think I agree with dad. Every 24 hours about 5000 lbs. of space dust falls to Earth; that increases the total amount of gravity.
That means every morning it's harder to get up and go to work.
On weekends there would be 3 times the increase, that's why Mondays are so rough.
Kids have a lot more energy than us lighter-Earth-born seniors.
Babies born in this higher gravity world have smooth skin, but eventually, like us old farts, they wii also begin to sag all over.
I wonder if any creationists will pick up on this.
2/26/2010 1:35:49 PM
I really don't know what to say, the stupidity is of world class in this dad-character.
2/26/2010 4:55:35 PM
There's no evidence for air either, because you can't see it!
2/26/2010 7:53:09 PM
2/26/2010 7:57:54 PM
Go to the top of the highest building in your town.
Jump off the roof.
Problem... solved, lol
2/26/2010 11:10:24 PM
Well there's one way to test if the theory of gravity is correct.
Long walk. Short pier.
2/27/2010 6:13:15 AM
"No. I have no reason to believe gravity as we know it existed. The forces and balance of forces may have been quite different. Ever wonder how they built the early pyramids?"
How the pyramids were built:
"No evidence exists for gravity as we know it, to have existed, why would I need to disprove it???"
List! What is yon sound in the distance? Why, it's the sound of bones rattling against wood as Sir Isaac Newton's remains revolve at high speed in his grave.
He was a Christian too.
2/27/2010 9:11:13 AM
No evidence exists for gravity as we know it, to have existed, why would I need to disprove it???
Because if gravity didn't exist in the same manner that exists now (or at all, as you seem to imply), you suddenly have more problems to explain:
1) How did solid objects remain on the ground, without flying off into space.
2) How did the Earth remain in orbit around the sun for however long it took for modern gravity to come into being?
3) Where did modern gravity come from?
There are more, but those are some great places to start. Find some reasonable explanations for these, and I'll start to think about accepting your argument.
2/27/2010 9:23:41 AM
Too bad shitmydadsays was already taken.
2/27/2010 11:06:08 AM
Oh, dad, how I've missed you. It's been so long and yet you're no smarter.
2/27/2010 2:10:25 PM
that comment was so full of idiocy and fail that i have been driven beyond the point of all caps.
2/27/2010 10:53:39 PM
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