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[After being informed that the red squirrel dying out and being replaced by the grey squirrel due to disease is a form of natural selection.]

The red squirrel is dying because the grey is spreading a disease. This is what happens when things mix. This has nothing to do with 'natural selection'.

The Bible says God created everything within a specific boundary and designated it an area. The greys are not native and have broken out of their indigeous habitat and are killing off the red squirrels.

I don't think you understand the term 'natural selection'.

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"[D]isease is an environmental factor. It is a form of natural selection in the same way that predation is: those who are affected do not pass on their genes, while those who avoid it (because of a behavioural, physiological, or geographical reason) do."

Only evolutionists believe disease is an environmental factor. The root of disease in the Bible is sin or faulty thinking or doing. Again this is the case where we have polar opposite beliefs on an issue.

Cassiterides, Evolution Fairytale Forum 91 Comments [11/22/2010 4:53:29 AM]
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Vinroke

Wat.

11/22/2010 4:56:10 AM

Mudak

All right. I'll bite. Please tell us what kind of sin the squirrel committed.

11/22/2010 4:57:39 AM

WWWWolf

> The root of disease in the Bible is sin or faulty thinking or doing.

But I thought animals were incapable of sin, as they do not have souls. Hence, according to you, they should not have diseases.

Fundies: not the most logical beasts in the world.

11/22/2010 5:07:35 AM

Patches

So, by this logic, if a career criminal who's up-to-date on his shots and a 3 year-old from the anti-vax crowd both step on a nail, it's more likely that the criminal will get tetanus?

11/22/2010 5:20:35 AM

David B.

"The root of disease in the Bible is sin or faulty thinking or doing."

So the red squirrels are all sinners and the grey squirrels (who are mostly unaffected) are all paragons of virtue then?

Doesn't that directly contradict what you previously said about God giving everything a designated area? If the greys have broken out of their God-given domain and stolen the reds', why is God punishing the red squirels for the greys' disobedience?

11/22/2010 5:28:49 AM

Mihangel apYrs

"The root of disease in the Bible is sin or faulty thinking or doing.."

So what sins are red squirrels guilty of?

11/22/2010 5:36:37 AM

Godless heathen

Proof that red squirrels are the tool of Satan.

11/22/2010 5:42:14 AM

nutbunny

Is he actually a poe? I find it hard to accept this magnitude of stupidity at face value.

11/22/2010 5:45:38 AM



In the immortal words of John McEnroe, you cannot be serious!

Red squirrels - sinful bastards!

(Although since the greys were introduced to Britain by some idiot, it isn't, strictly speaking, natural selection).

11/22/2010 5:50:04 AM

Mister Spak

"The root of disease in the Bible is sin or faulty thinking or doing."

It's them homo squirrells what are making that disease.

11/22/2010 5:56:10 AM

uttaku

in englands case at least the red squirrel dying isn't due to natural selection, we introduced the grey squrriel.

11/22/2010 6:25:31 AM

erlando

Can't we just declare Cassiterides "Stupid-ass Fundie of the Year" and get on with it?

11/22/2010 6:28:32 AM

Brendan Rizzo

So he denies the germ theory of disease as well. Now we know that Cassiterides does not believe in astronomy, gravity, the wave theory of light, evolution, and now, the germ theory of disease. I highly doubt that he is willing to swallow a test tube full of pathogen, even if he is sure that he did not commit any sins while doing so. Which makes him a hypocrite (if he isn't a Poe, and I'm beginning to think he is) and should just fuck off.

And in related news, I saw some grey squirrels today. They're so cute with their gathering leaves, and running up trees, and causing the deaths of red squirrels. Yup, definitely nothing sinful about them!

</sarcasm>

11/22/2010 6:34:48 AM

Unbeliever

Cassie strikes again. I am starting to think that he is, indeed, a good troll.

11/22/2010 6:49:49 AM



Ah, Cassiterides. Making Super Sport look sane since 2006.

11/22/2010 6:53:57 AM



@Mudak
Apparently "Race mixing".

11/22/2010 6:56:15 AM

gaijinlaw

Eyebeam-boy is tearing up the charts with his latest hit "Sinful Squirrell," but can he topple Andy Assfly from the number one spot? Find out next time on Fundies' Top Forty!

11/22/2010 7:09:44 AM

Olivia

I didn't know the BNP had a resident pathologist.

11/22/2010 7:13:15 AM

Zits

Squirrelly argument there guy!

11/22/2010 7:16:58 AM

Jezebel's Evil Sister

"The greys are not native and have broken out of their indigeous habitat and are killing off the red squirrels."

This would fit just as well in the CSTDT forum. Damn those evil greys conspiring to kill the reds!

11/22/2010 7:18:07 AM

Nowonmai

No, not just evolutionists.. but people who actually use their brains for something more than keeping their ears apart.

11/22/2010 7:19:15 AM

Hillbilly Willy

I hope those sinful grey squirrels are roasted in hell.

Thems good eating!

11/22/2010 7:20:36 AM

JohnTheAtheist

Cassiterides is making a very strong move to claim his first Fundie of the Year award!

You go Cass!

11/22/2010 7:26:41 AM

Tiberius

Cassiterided seems like a rather obvious poe. I mean, this is too dumb for even the worst fundie.

11/22/2010 8:03:14 AM

Martha Jones

Well, gosh. Here was me thinking it was because the grey squirrel was much more violent and possessive of land than red squirrels!

...also, wtf do squirrels have to do with the Bible again?

11/22/2010 8:17:52 AM
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