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Antimatter isn’t as common as it should be, by the Big Bang theory. Some scientists hope to find out why. But any creation advocate knows why.
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The Bible tells us the real answer: the universe did not form by itself. God formed it, and He preferred matter to antimatter. The CERN scientists aren’t ready to admit that yet, and might never be. But they already know that the Big Bang theory doesn’t fit if the antimatter is missing. If they try to save the theory, they’ll only make it more complicated than it has already become, to explain a dozen other inconsistencies.

Terry Hurlbut, Conservative news and views 61 Comments [6/11/2011 6:49:03 AM]
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An evening at the Gap's.

6/11/2011 6:55:04 AM

Allegory for Jesus

Translation: "Antimatter is rare, therefore Jesus.
Also science getting more complicated with evidence is a sign that they are wrong!"

Oh, creationists.

6/11/2011 7:24:23 AM

Zeus Almighty

"Conservative news and views"

When did conservative become synonymous with "batshit crazy/stupid with a heaping helping of anti-science?"

If these idiots hate teh science so much, shouldn't they just go live in caves and use nothing but wood and stone tools? Hopefully somewhere far away from those of us who appreciate the good things science has done for us and also take warnings about climate change seriously.

6/11/2011 7:24:30 AM



Non sequitur. Really.

6/11/2011 7:35:49 AM

Illuminatalie

I remember a post a few years ago that claimed that Jesus WAS antimatter, that's why he told Mary M not to touch him?

6/11/2011 7:39:43 AM

Serph-no-Okami

That's not so much an explanation as it is a childish knee-jerk reaction to something that goes against your world view. "Not enoug antimatter? Well god doesn't like antimatter for some reason, so nyah!"

Yeah, and you guys want to join the adult scientists in their own game? Grow up first.

6/11/2011 7:44:28 AM

Mister Spak

"But any creation advocate knows why. "

I feel a goddiddit coming on.

"The Bible tells us the real answer: the universe did not form by itself. God formed it,"

And there it is.

6/11/2011 7:53:12 AM

Mapar

Reading your name as HurlbutT makes the ortus of that screed obvious.

6/11/2011 8:10:01 AM

Towey

I bet you everything that you don't know jack shit about anti-matter

6/11/2011 8:13:15 AM

Swede

Nobody is trying to save old theories in science. Everyone wants to be the one to come up with a new and better theory. Knowing more is what drives all scientists.
Knowing less seems to be the driving force of creationists.

The fact that Big Bang is still the number one theory about the origin of the universe means that it explains almost everything and has very few, if any, inconsistencies.

6/11/2011 8:13:42 AM

loki

they’ll only make it more complicated than it has already become

It's too complicated for me therefore it must be wrong.
Hillbilly logic

6/11/2011 8:32:55 AM

Brendan Rizzo

You know absolutely nothing about that field of science at all, do you, Mr. Hurlbut?

It's almost refreshing to see some ordinary creationism instead of all these political posts we've been getting lately. What does say about the state of the world?

6/11/2011 9:08:51 AM

Mudak

I thought I knew the bible fairly well, but I admit I don't recall an item (presumably in either Genesis or Deuteronomy, with an outside chance in Matthew) that talks about antimatter.

6/11/2011 9:09:29 AM

Mudak

Double post. Sorry!

6/11/2011 9:10:29 AM

Papabear

Yeah, if you don't know the real answer yet, you should always plug the gap with "Goddidit."

6/11/2011 9:35:54 AM

BlackMageJ

"And God did say "I wonder what happens if I reverse the polarity of the neutron flow", and He did call the result 'Antimatter', but He thought it was silly, so He stuck with normal matter for the rest of Creation, leaving only small bits of Antimatter to confuse scientists in six thousand years, because He was a bit of a dick like that"
Liber Merda Taurorum , Chapter 4 verse 2

6/11/2011 10:55:17 AM

solomongrundy

When did conservative become synonymous with "batshit crazy/stupid with a heaping helping of anti-science?"

Sometime in the middle of the nineteen-sixties ( I think) though it didn't really hit its stride till Bush Snr gained power.


6/11/2011 11:00:06 AM

Anon2

But any creation advocate knows why.
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The Bible tells us the real answer:


Fundies always manage to catch up with satire. Satire can NEVER be too weird or bizarre. There will always be a fundie who is weirder or more bizarre:

http://www.theonion.com/articles/evangelical-scientists-refute-gravity-with-new-int,1778/

6/11/2011 11:03:35 AM

Skatepunk

"The Bible tells us the real answer:"

That's assiming that the bible is true. Not everyone believes the bible.

Hilariously, did you know that the Qu'ran encourages its followers to seek knowledge, and that early Muslims used worldly knowledge (math to be exact) to calculate the exact time of prayer? The kind of worldly knowledge Augustine would oppose?

6/11/2011 11:47:31 AM

werewolf

Your insights into science, Terry, deserve a good burning at the stake, as per religious doctrine.

6/11/2011 11:49:15 AM

ChakatBlackstar

It isn't just enough that goddidit this time, he did it just because he felt like it. It's funny to see just how much crap people will come up with to avoid looking for real answers.

6/11/2011 12:20:45 PM

John_in_Oz

Terry knows what the Big Bang Theory says because he watches it religiously.

6/11/2011 12:37:23 PM

Old Viking

Try Leo's Used Anti-Matter Lot on South Elm. He's got the stuff up the wazoo.

6/11/2011 12:38:11 PM

TakoTaco

If God hates antimatter, why did he create it?

6/11/2011 1:09:15 PM

Osiris

Searching for the truth is more meaningful then claiming to have it without any effort.

The Big Bang theory does not do a good job at explaining why there is less antimatter then there is, so let's find out why.

6/11/2011 1:15:18 PM
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