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(In response to the announcement that Stephen Hawking finds the idea of a Creator redundant)

Just 3 questions:

1) Who invented gravity?

2) Do you really find it easier to believe we all came from 1 organism and just happened to mutant into the most incredibile life form on Earth?

3) Why are life form not mutating stil?


Sallyjo01 , Yahoo answers 90 Comments [9/9/2010 3:24:25 AM]
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Kitourahime

-gravity is a concept of physics, not an invention.

-Humans are not the "most incredible" species on earth. Not by a long shot. We're kind of pathetic, really.

-I'll say it so you can get it. Life form are mutating still.

9/3/2010 9:09:18 PM

Doctor Whom

1. It didn't need someone to invent it. Who invented God?

2. Than that an Intelligent Designer committed malpractice over and over again and then hid all evidence of its activity? Hell, yes.

3. They are, or did you mean other than that?

9/9/2010 3:33:15 AM




9/9/2010 3:35:18 AM

Blasphemina

HOW WAS BABBY FORMED?

9/9/2010 3:36:10 AM

Serph-no-Okami

4) How is babby formed?

Sorry, couldn't resist and there is not much to say otherwise.

Edit: Curse your faster-then-mine wit, Blasphemina! :)

9/9/2010 3:37:06 AM

Tom A

1) Gravity wasn't invented

2) No one ever said we all came from one organism. Define "incredible".

3) They are


9/9/2010 3:41:13 AM

Wozza

1) Newton. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitation

2) You are an idiot.

3) See 2) above.

9/9/2010 3:50:12 AM

London Jew

1. Isaac Newton

2. But we haven't become giant squid!

3. They is.

9/9/2010 4:04:24 AM



Well, like all the concepts of physics, I guess that gravity was not "invented". The second one is not as smart as you think. That you have the IQ of a pea and are unable to understand the complexity of some form of human life doesn't mean that they're necessarilty not true. The third is patently false.

9/9/2010 4:04:40 AM

Canadia

1. You've got to be fucking kidding me...
2. You've got to be fucking kidding me...
3. You've got to be fucking kidding me...

9/9/2010 4:06:53 AM

Prager

1) Who invented gravity?
Nobody invented it.

2) Do you really find it easier to believe we all came from 1 organism and just happened to mutant into the most incredibile [sic] life form on Earth?
Many other animals are faster, stronger, and more beautiful. What makes you thing we are the most incredible?

3) Why are life form [sic] not mutating stil [sic]?
They are and if you opened your eyes, you would realise this. (E.g. Bacteria that love to munch on plastics; Microbes that eat oil residue; ...to name but two.)

9/9/2010 4:27:33 AM

Mat

1) Nobody, it's a natural response to large planetary bodies

2) Yes, given enough time and driven by natural selection it's a very good explanation

3) It is.

9/9/2010 5:01:40 AM

shykid

Is this a joke?

9/9/2010 5:01:52 AM

Tolpuddle Martyr

1) Who invented gravity?

Nobody! Next.

2) Do you really find it easier to believe we all came from 1 organism and just happened to mutant into the most incredibile life form on Earth?

Uh, Genesis is the account that suggests that we all "came from one organism", that organism being Adam. That's your pet theory, don't blame it on anyone else. Also, incredi-bile sounds like a good name for a heavy metal band.

3) Why are life form not mutating stil?

Why do you think we need new flu vaccines every year?

9/9/2010 5:20:32 AM

tmarcl

1)No one "invented" gravity. Just like no one "invented" green or red. They existed long before any life did. They were labeled by humans (in which case, I still couldn't tell you the exact person who did), not invented by them.

2) It's "mutate" not, "mutant". Yes, I do find it easier to believe than your god. As for the most incredible life form on earth? That's up for debate.

3) We are.

9/9/2010 5:25:15 AM

christian leftie

None of these questions have anything to do with Hawking's statement. It merely posits that an interventionist deity as held to by a minority of religious people is rendered irrelevant.

9/9/2010 5:31:30 AM

Mihangel apYrs

Fundies (and quite a few others) don't understand words as they are used in science. That's really an education fault.

Thus:
"Law" in common parlance is a made thing, in science it is a description (often with a mathematical element) of a natural phenomenum

"Theory" commonly is a reasoned guess, while in science is a description of a phenomenum that has slightly less certainty.

The word "hypothesis" rarely appears...

9/9/2010 5:32:22 AM

dionysus

1) Who invented gravity?

Not sure, but life must have been really tough for people when they were floating around in space without a planet to call their home.

2) Do you really find it easier to believe we all came from 1 organism and just happened to mutant into the most incredibile life form on Earth?

Easier than believing in a magic man who poofed everything into existence by speaking? Yes. Even your strawman version of ToE is easier to believe than that.

3) Why are life form not mutating stil?

They are.

9/9/2010 6:06:24 AM

Timmythepirate

Can anyone say anthropocentric?!

9/9/2010 6:17:08 AM

Berny

You are a moron and it's showing.
1. Gravity simply exists. No one had to invent it.
2. If you think you as a human are the most advanced life form on earth, I suggest you try out-swimming a shark, or out-running a cheetah, or out-diving a blue whale.
3. Look into the E. Coli experiments by Dr. Richard Lenski for more proof you are an ignorant idiot. Life forms are still mutating around us.
Typical creationist retard. Zero for three.

9/9/2010 6:25:49 AM

Jezebel's Evil Sister

1) Who invented gravity?

Whoever it was, the guy was too stupid to get a patent on it, so we can all use it without paying him a dime.

2) Do you really find it easier to believe we all came from 1 organism and just happened to mutant into the most incredibile life form on Earth?

I find it easier to believe we all came from one orgasm, repeated 6+ billion times all over the Earth. Except for fundies. They came from dirt and return there as often as possible.

3) Why are life form not mutating stil?

They ARE mutating stil, as well as still. Case in point: Sallyjo was once someone's cute little girl; now she's a dumb bitch who posts bull poop on Yahoo answers.

This is fun! Got any more stupid questions in need of smart-ass answers?

9/9/2010 6:43:44 AM

Horsefeathers

"1) Who invented gravity?"

I did. Let me go get the patent registration and I'll show you...

"2) Do you really find it easier to believe we all came from 1 organism and just happened to mutant into the most incredibile life form on Earth?"

No. I find it easier to believe that a successive chain of many, many, many creatures who successfully adapted to their environment over billions of years led to us.

"3) Why are life form not mutating stil? "

Life "are mutating stil" you halfwit.

9/9/2010 6:57:22 AM

John_in_Oz

You sure outsmarted Stephen Hawking.

9/9/2010 7:07:29 AM

SleepNeed

1) Who invented gravity?

No one, it's a universal concept.

2) Do you really find it easier to believe we all came from 1 organism and just happened to mutant into the most incredibile life form on Earth?

I disagree, I believe that tardigrades (or water bears) are one of the most incredible forms.

They can survive: extreme cold, heat up to about 300 F, the vacuum of space (hell they even had eggs in space), 1000x more radiation than other animals, and a decade without water.

3) Why are life form not mutating stil?

It is still mutating.

9/9/2010 7:18:53 AM

Justanotheratheist

1) Nobody. Just as nobody invented the tides, or oxygen. Talk about a stupid question, and if everything needs to be invented then who made God?

2)I'd find almost anything easier to believe than your biblical account of Creation. It's so ridiculous that it hurts.

3) It is. It just happens too slowly on the whole for us to notice in a lifetime.


9/9/2010 7:22:22 AM
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