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Once the Evolution or Creationism theory dies what now?
Posted 9/13/11 , edited 9/13/11

Posted 9/13/11

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Tenken1989 wrote:

If theirs proof wouldn't it no longer be a theory?




No because you need evidence to even create a workable theory.


rofl that was priceless claps
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Posted 9/13/11
The next theory would be on how aliens created us Earthlings as a part of their experiments and amusement.

Wow.


Posted 9/13/11

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Creationism has been dead for a long time.

The only reason anyone still believes in creationism, is because; if they concede that it's wrong... They have to re-evalutate their entire belief system. They are lying to themselves. Ignoring, or refusing to even see the evidence.
I've seen horrible videos of american parents homeschooling their kids, teaching them blatant falsehoods. (Example; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DH_wPUVlJ38 )
Their knowledge of any kind of science or history (Even american history.) Is so limited, that they shouldn't be studying at a fourth grade level, let alone teach it.
And don't even get me started on creationist champions like Kirk Cameron and Ray Comfort. Listening and watching those two, is honestly like watching 2 sock puppets fuck a donkey.


I'm honestly too scared to check out the youtube link. Its like what Sheldon said "I cry because others are stupid and that makes ma sad" or in my case fearful for the sake of humanity.
Posted 12/2/11
Next theory will be based on how theories even started.
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Posted 12/2/11

Moeberry wrote:


Just like the argument of whether the world is flat or
round and the Sun or Earth is the center of the solar system.



The Theory of Evolution or Creationism will one day die.
Of course my question is that what kind of
elusive questions in the cosmos will humanity would argue next once
one of those theories dies?



Then another string of evidence for another theory would arrive.
Why do you cling to these things so strongly?
You scared of the big bad religion?
Posted 12/3/11 , edited 12/3/11

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Then another string of evidence for another theory would arrive.
Why do you cling to these things so strongly?
You scared of the big bad religion?



I merely wish to know the answers and opinions of others from my question.
Why do you accuse me of such?

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Posted 12/3/11
Maybe just the evolution of creationism
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Posted 12/3/11
Be nice to creationists, they evolved too.

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Posted 12/3/11

Moeberry wrote:


o3oBuddha wrote:



Then another string of evidence for another theory would arrive.
Why do you cling to these things so strongly?
You scared of the big bad religion?



I merely wish to know the answers and opinions of others from my question.
Why do you accuse me of such?



because i've noticed a trend in your topics.
any this should be posted in extended discussion.
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Posted 12/3/11 , edited 12/3/11
Does anybody aside from fundamentalists even believe the Creationist theory?



That's actually the whole purpose of faith; to put your trust into something you can't really explain and have no evidence to back up, just because you love it that much. Not that I side with religious douchebags, but I feel I should point that out.
Posted 12/3/11
Im gonna lay low on this one
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Posted 12/3/11
Once the whole evolution vs. creationism debate dies down, hopefully with the damn fundamentalists agreeing that their god created evolution and everyone else going on with their lives as normal, arguing will then turn over to whether or not we were planted on the Earth by aliens or helped by aliens in the past. This will probably end up with some people wondering whether the gods that have been worshipped in the past and present were actually aliens to begin with.
Posted 12/4/11 , edited 12/4/11

Damibear wrote:

Be nice to creationists, they evolved too.




I love that show!
It would be very interesting if the alien stuff were to be true.


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