Another example of studying something with an immovable premise that is not scientifically supported.
10/26/2005 9:03:19 PM
someone just put this guy to bed. He's obviously stayed up way past his bedtime.
10/26/2005 9:40:53 PM
Never considered the possibility that it might be your belief, and not the mountains (literal and figurative) of evidence, that is wrong, eh?
10/26/2005 9:48:34 PM
First thing wrong with the sample being that it actually IS more than 6000 years old.
TDR - I don't think it's so much that someone needs to PUT this guy to bed, I think it's more that someone needs to TAKE him to bed. He's obviously not getting laid enough.
10/27/2005 1:03:43 AM
No, YOU'RE not getting the concept. Science works by taking observations and forming a theory from them, not taking a predetermined conclusion and slectively picking and choosing evidence that supports it, ignoring all contradictive evidence.
10/27/2005 2:14:40 AM
Guess this means scientists have been miscounting insect legs as well? They obviously have been using the wrong method (counting).
10/27/2005 1:20:34 PM
Jesse - are you going to volunteer?
10/27/2005 9:59:23 PM
And people want this shite taught in the classroom. *bangs head on desk*
10/28/2005 10:24:57 AM
Sorry, that should be 'contradictory'. My mistake
10/28/2005 5:29:46 PM
1/24/2011 4:02:40 PM
Don't drop your head with this problem of yours, it'll make a huge crack on the floor, or even a massive hole in the Earth's crust.
1/24/2011 4:08:29 PM
7/22/2012 8:37:32 PM
the good Fairy gwen, made the earth last wednesday. She promotes Last Thursdayism to conceal the true nature of the Universe.
prove me wrong.
7/22/2012 9:00:00 PM
Which is more likely ?
That ALL methods, samples or techniques are wrong.
That you are.
7/23/2012 8:39:13 AM
To paraphrase Sam Harris, 6000 years ago is about 3000 years after the Sumerians invented glue.
7/23/2012 9:09:17 AM