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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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Tolpuddle Martyr

Er, we know you spaz out about evolution but germ theory? Come on!

Do you still go to the fucking doctor or do you sprinkle yourself with holy water every time you come down with something? Actually I don't want to know the answer to that!

11/23/2010 4:32:52 AM



So, when another student got the scholarship because he was smarter than you he was spreading a disease..................some people don't understand logic.

11/23/2010 4:37:21 AM

ergo

This is what happens when things mix.

I would love to see how this person would react if their son/daughther brought a black to dinner with the parents.

11/23/2010 7:25:55 AM



Anon-e-moose

@#1228764

"I'm waiting for Truthseeker to come and tell us Cassiterides doesn't believe sin causes disease in squirrels, merely that it is an alternative and equal hypothesis."

And to test that hypothesis, here's some fap material for Casshiterides. Amy the Squirrel:



(All hail Eric Schwartz, the Amiga animation god! Even though I viewed such, via a specific Amiga anim. program on my PC/conversions to .AVI)

@W

"Dirty sinning red squirrels"

Amy's not bad, she's just drawn that way.

X3

@breakerslion

"Now that that's out of my system, care to explain Dutch Elm Disease, you silly idiot?"

And if Casshiterides were to do the research, he'd discover that all the bees that exist today in the UK are actually the descendants of Mexican honeybees imported after WWI, after the native British honeybee became extinct due to Isle of Wight Flu.

11/23/2010 7:52:04 AM

tranz2deep

...and God created white people in EURASIA, under your twisted thinking.

If you're American and spout this drivel, you think you are a DISEASE!

11/23/2010 9:15:21 AM



Yeeeeeeeah, the grey squirrels are sinning...or is it the red squirrels.

11/23/2010 4:55:53 PM

solomongrundy

Reverend Jeremiah wrote about arguing

..white is really black, and black is really white..

Oddly enough, that's very nearly a classical Jesuit argument, that to deny the evidence of your own eyes is better than to deny Church teaching. As their founder St Ignatius of Loyola wrote in his 'Spiritual Exercises' "... I will believe that the white that I see is black if the hierarchical Church so defines it."




11/23/2010 5:43:35 PM

Neith

On page 11 of that thread, he says (his emphasis):

"I don't believe in Germ theory of disease."

We have seen germs through microscopes, but since we have a germ "theory" of disease, he cries, "But it's only a theory!"

We have observed evolution, but since we have a "theory" to explain how it works, he cries, "But it's only a theory!"

We have measured the distance of the sun from earth using observation and mathematical formulas, but since we haven't physically traveled there, he cries, "But it's only a theory!"

We know that mass attracts mass, and we have named this phenomenon, "gravity." But, since we have theories to explain how gravity works, he doesn't believe in gravity, crying, "But it's only a theory!"

We have traveled to the moon, and seen the earth from a distance. We have orbited it, we have satellites orbiting it, planes fly around it daily, and we know for a fact that it's spherical. And yet, the flat-earthers all claim it's a theory that the earth is spherical. This must be Cassiterides' source when he cries, "But it's only a theory!"

We have measured the speed of light, but Cassiterides claims it doesn't travel at all, that we see things because the light emits from our eyes, or something like that. He claims that our "belief" that light travels is based on the assumption of an old universe, which to him is "Only a theory!"

This last one follows suit with the young-earth creationist belief that, since they always start with the assumption that their chosen holy book is true, then every claim science makes is based on unproven assumptions, as well, as bobabelever outlines so beautifully in the same thread with this post.

No, bobabelever, evolution is the conclusion, not the assumption, just as an old universe is the conclusion we arrive at when we know the speed of light and other variables.

11/23/2010 10:06:09 PM



According to every monoteistic religion on Earth, animals can't sin. Don't try to look stupid, even for Christian standards.

11/24/2010 3:59:03 AM

Brenz

I'm usually clever, but you're just a fuckwit.

11/24/2010 12:14:02 PM

Shadoboy

Of course, all your argument is based on a bronze age book. So I'll take your opinion with a grain of salt.

11/24/2010 9:26:34 PM

Malth

"The red squirrel is dying because the grey is spreading a disease."
"The root of disease in the Bible is sin or faulty thinking or doing."

So, squirrels being naughty has caused them to spread a plague?

...am I missing something?

11/26/2010 6:42:03 PM

Falcon

Agh... Puh... You...

AAUURGH! I remember Parasite Eve, with it's evil mitochondria! The logic in that game is VASTLY superior to that shown here!

12/13/2010 6:22:12 PM

Grigadil

Cassiterides: the recently discovered hairless squirrel.

12/13/2010 11:47:06 PM

Timo

This is the first time I have ever heard anyone suggesting that animals can sin.

12/15/2010 10:55:05 PM

Beezlebub

Explain what sins the plants did in order to get diseases.

7/21/2013 8:59:42 PM
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