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It can also be noted that evolutionists only discuss this subject [evolution] in the broadest terms. If evolution is true, why don’t they give us answers to our many questions?

-Where did all the 90-plus elements (iron, barium, calcium, silver, nickel, neon, chlorine, etc.) come from? How was it determined how many bonds each element would have for combining with other elements?

-How do you explain the precision in the design of the elements, with increasing numbers of electrons in orbit around the nucleus?

-Where did the thousands of compounds we find in the world come from? ... They could not have developed from the elements, because elements rarely react with each other. For example, did all the salt in the ocean form by sodium reacting with chlorine (a gas)? Therefore almost all compounds had to have been created as compounds. When did all the compounds we find in the world develop—before the big bang, during the big bang, after the big bang? When evolutionists use the term “matter,” which of the thousands of compounds is included? When evolutionists use the term “primordial soup,” which of the elements and compounds is included?

Robert Congelliere, Creation Today 113 Comments [1/8/2012 5:12:02 AM]
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Quantum Mechanic

"-How do you explain the precision in the design of the elements, with increasing numbers of electrons in orbit around the nucleus? "

LOL!!

1/21/2012 4:05:00 PM

Amadaun

1) Most of that is wrong.
2) None of it is related to evolution. It is...the intersection of chemistry and physics, mostly, with some cosmology thrown in. Evolution pertains exclusively to biology.

1/27/2012 1:54:51 AM

cS

Q:F***ing magnets, how do they work?

A:Valence levels.

1/31/2012 9:59:25 AM

Quantum Mechanic

Fail atomic physics much?

Idiot.

5/8/2012 12:31:21 PM

Filin De Blanc

This is making me want to play Doodle God again.

5/8/2012 12:39:35 PM

Chemist-ocles

????????????! Sorry, I was so furious I had to word my thoughts in Japanese.

Sheesh, this guy seriously needs to see a handful of specialists: an astronomer, a geologist, a chemist, a physicist, and a psychiatrist.

7/3/2012 7:41:27 AM



ok, evolution is biology, not physics. elements rarely react ? burn hydrogen in oxygen and what do you get, hint its wet.

compounds amazingly occur after elements are formed. You cant make aluminum oxide without aluminum or oxygen.

primordial soup is beleived to have been chicken noodle.

7/3/2012 3:53:58 PM

Joel

"Where did the thousands of compounds we find in the world come from? ... They could not have developed from the elements, because elements rarely react with each other. For example, did all the salt in the ocean form by sodium reacting with chlorine (a gas)?"

Are you kidding? Most elements are very volatile (including sodium and chlorine) and atoms recombine all the time(rust, cellular respiration)

8/28/2012 10:42:46 AM



Oh Robert...
(pats condensedently on the head)

10/22/2012 6:56:04 PM



"They could not have developed from the elements, because elements rarely react with each other."

You made me hope that this would be true, so I wouldn't have to be here amazed of your ignorance.

10/24/2012 4:43:28 AM



You seem to have mixed up 'evolution' and science in general. Evolution refers to the change and development of a population over time. You should probably talk to a chemistry professor for more information on your many questions. Or, y'know, take high school science.

3/19/2013 2:18:33 PM

Blarghonius

Stars and chemistry. You lose.

3/19/2013 3:59:07 PM

the good samaritan

You seem to be implying that gases can't react with solids. Au contraire, mon ami. I know plenty of solid-gas reactions that make quite delightful booms.

One of which is sodium and chlorine.

It's hilarious how right I am, isn't it?

8/14/2013 12:50:47 AM
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