Peanut Butter: The Atheist Nightmare

Submitted by: cobrakiller 7 years ago in Funny

man tries to disprove evolution with a jar of peanutbutter, not very successful.
There are 185 comments:
Male 1,116
WHY AREN`T THEIR DINOSAURS IN MY PEANUT BUTTER?
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Male 65
1. New life cannot emerge because life originally formed through specific processes, which are difficult to re-create and even more difficult to validate.

2. If that`s not enough, they`re also ignoring that current life on all scales hinder the creation of "new" life so as to make something which is almost impossible even more unlikely.

3. Macroevolution is not the same as microevolution. While macroevolution arises from microevolution, disproving microevolution or the non-divine creation of life would still ignore the similarities between life-forms that macroevolution is based on.
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Male 33
Spontaneous generation? wtf happened to that 1 guy? we disproved that soooo long ago..
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Male 176
something about this reminds me of the dark ages and the catholic church during the period of the dark ages.
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Male 29
Lol
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Male 108
Oh my god these people are so ignorant it hurts my soul...

But seriously! OMG this is freaking hilarious! It`s so blatantly obvious that he knows absolutely nothing about the actual theory and science behind it! OVERLY RELIGIOUS NUTJOBS FTW!!!!
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Male 442
I was really expecting one of those "EVERYTHING IS TERRIBLE" things at the end.
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Male 663
Every so often when I read IAB I die a little inside.....
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Male 321
what a moron
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Male 40,772
"None of the scientists involved created the amino acids by the power of their will"

Um sorry Angilion, but that`s a reach, eh? Do you know all the `laws of the universe`? ALL of them? Can you explain "non-locality"?
I can`t either!
So until then, lets keeps "science" and "speculation" widely seperated, eh? Like Eskimo9 said, those experiments don`t "prove" squat... and I don`t think it was "alive" anyhow...
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Male 40,772
[quote]Peanuts are living organisms so what he`s really talking about is the impossibility of resurrection. - athelstanrex[/quote]
HAHAHAHAHAHAH!
(see, ressurection is the cornerstone of Christian theology)
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! FTW!
(I laughed SO much!)
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Female 631
would`ve been awesome if someone had somehow managed to stick a gerbil or something inside that jar of peanutbutter.
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Male 1,360
I can`t believe it`s not evolution!
They try so hard to make their case they are pathetic.
They remind me of holocaust negativists.
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Male 1,360
i can`t believe it`s not evolution!
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Male 122
Every canned food is a life form which has been thoroughly killed and preserved by the food industry for a rather limited amount of time, if compared to the age of the universe. In fact, every jar of peanut butter contains plenty of microorganisms which, if left alone long enough, will multiply and colonize it.

As Athelstanrex pointed out correctly: If this proves anything, it`s that ressurection does not happen. It seems like none of God`s creatures which have been murdered by industry has ever found mercy in his eyes. You better don`t believe you will ...
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Male 3,332
Three flaws in his theory. 1) The amount of energy says is required to form new life is never applied to the peanut butter. 2) The type of matter that science says is necessary to form is not in the peanut butter. 3) The type of life science says is formed by the right amount of energy applied to the right type of matter is microscopic, and you would never see with the naked eye.

Not that I`m arguing for or against evolution, just that I`m pointing out that his argument is invalid.
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Male 12,365
The experiments referred to don`t require the scientists` involvement. The scientists are not the creators. None of the scientists involved created the amino acids by the power of their will, magic spells or whatever. There was no-one saying "Let there be amino acids" and lo! there was.

In order to prove your assertion that the experiments are invalid, you would have to prove that the conditions could not have occured naturally at any time, not that the conditions were set up in this case by people. If I build a machine that creates lightning, does that prove lightning is created by gods?
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Male 703
@green_batman - unfortunately those experiments are invalid, as they involve the interference of a higher power (scientists). I`m not going to deny that science created life and evolution formed it, I`m suggesting that science and God are one and same.

I have no opinion on what came before the Big Bang, or whatever the kids are calling it nowadays, but the stories presented by humans have to start somewhere, and the beginning of our `cycle` as you put it, seems a good place to start.
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Female 412
Wat.
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Male 10

Peanuts are living organisms so what he`s really talking about is the impossibility of resurrection.
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Female 728
Of course it took quite a bit longer than that the create more complex life forms, but, given that it doesn`t take that much to link together amino acids and create a sequence that could be a functional protein, it`s not unlikely that more complex life would eventually form.
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Female 728
Here`s my 2 cents: The universe is eternal. Not the current cycle of it, which starts from the Big Bang, but there is some form of existence that has potential to form into a universe like our own that has been around forever. Spinoza called this eternal being God, but that`s really a matter of semantics.

Evolution is not the same as the origin of life. Evolution is the manner in which life changes over time. However, the Miller-Urey experiment took common non-living matter, pumped it full of energy, and within a week, there were amino acids present in the container. Amino acids, for those of you unfamiliar with biochemistry, are the building blocks of proteins. Proteins are the chemicals that are responsible for every single function that occurs in your body.
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Female 373
It needs a bannana, cause peanut butter added to a bannanna is yummy.
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Male 774
You did not give it 2.5 billion years.
Your argument is invalid.
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Male 936
the multi-verse has just always existed. there was no beginning and there will be no end.
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Male 703
Sorry, I should have said, why do many Christians deny science, not atheism.
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Male 703
@ JahLiveChild - "Food is created in a sterile, controlled environment. The universe wasn`t."

What was there before the universe which could contaminate it? Some would argue it was controlled, by God.

Why do atheists so vehemently deny God, and why do most Christians so vehemently deny atheism? Why can`t they coexist? It is naive and retarded to take the King James translation of the Bible literally, however the Christian/Jewish/Muslim/Hindu/Aboriginal etc faiths all describe the scientific process of the world, in ways that could be understood before nano-experimentation was possible.
Big Bang - there was a singularity, then there was universe
Creation - there was God, then there was universe
14 billion years of geology and evolution
7 time periods (clearly days were not the 24 hour cycles we know back before time was a concept) of creation
A Great Flood - Many historical and geological records support the theory of extensive flooding in
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Male 936
i wonder what the guy has to say now that we have created life in the laboratory
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Male 12,365
[quote]I don`t even see how the Theory of Evolution isn`t a Law.[/quote]

Theories and laws are quite different things. One cannot become the other. A theory is a wide-ranging *explanation* of things. A law is a narrow, precise *description* of what happens under specific circumstances.

For example:

A theory of gravity would explain, completely, how gravity works.

"The force of gravity exerted by an object is inversely proportional to the square of the distance from that object`s centre" is a law about gravity.
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Male 12,365
[quote]Wow... I can feel my self gettting dumber from watching this. I belive in God, but I also don`t blindly dismiss evolution. Seeing that there is proof that things have evolved. I`m not saying that we came from monkeys but who knows what Adam and Eve looked like?[/quote]

NOBODY is saying that we came from monkeys. It`s just one of the many lies that Christian creationists spew out about anyone who doesn`t mindlessly agree with everything they say. Sometimes it fools people, as it appears to have fooled you. That`s the main point of propaganda - to fool others into getting a false impression of the people being targetted by the propaganda.

You could, if you wanted, simply decide to believe that Adam and Eve were the first homo sapiens. Or the first who left Africa (i.e. Africa as the garden of Eden), because life would have been very hard indeed for those people.
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Male 12,365
[quote]ts funny how u say u believe in anselms ontological proof AND st thomas aquinas proof.. thomas aquinas REJECTED anselms proof haha[/quote]

Neither of them are proof of anything anyway.

I don`t care if people decide that their faith requires them to deny reality. I do care if they pretend it`s rational. I do care if they try to abuse science by pretending their utterly irrational delusions are science. I do care if they try to force their faith on everyone by making it compulsory in schools in science classes. Those people are lowlives who worship ignorance and are trying to corrupt and destroy science by deception and propaganda.
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Male 1,931
My brain hurts at trying to realize why these creationists think this.
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Female 418
oh my god.. whoops i meant to say oh my peanut butter
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Female 4,084
its sad to see adults so caught up in fairy tales of a magical celestial being which supposedly created and runs our lives.

if that were true, why do the prayers of little children in extremis go unanswered? why are there rapes and killings of innocents every minute of every day? do some of those people not cry out to a merciful god for deliverance? and if one exists why is there no intervention to save them?

because its all a fairy tale, that`s why.
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Male 2,868
rage
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Male 1,222
@mmill928
Great, so we dont evolve from monkeys but from our uncles and aunts... Its reasonable
Also, in the arc, did they put inside a poodle, a doberman, a beagle, a golden retriever, etc? Cause if they dont believe in evolution, these kinds of dogs should not exist

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Male 648
post anything about religion, guaranteed replies.

IAB has not changed after all these years.
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Male 648
Didn`t even bother watching...the descrip is enough for me.
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Female 275
@MauserTM
In Genesis, it tells you how they had grandchildren... they just had more kids, and those kids made more kids. With each other.
The defense is that supposedly, incest wasn`t bad until after the Flood.
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Male 1,222
What im saying is, i dont know what created the first living creature, im saying its not your god, and i dont need to sit in a church for one hour to get life lessons from a guy that doesnt drat (little children in occassions)
Deniying evolution is just stupid, you can claim that your god started life at the beggining of the universe, but dont tell me adam and eve were the first humans, its just stupid...
Besides, if they were the first ones on earth, and they had children, how the hell did they have grandchildren??
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Male 610
i love how they call it a fairytale when the bible if full of magic and unicorns
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Male 168
Hurrrrr Deeeerrrrppp

That is all.
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Male 168
God created evolution as the mechanism to existence..
Christianity and other religion is a lie designed to bring you further from your creator who is inside you.
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Male 185
Wow. Most Christians I know do not subscribe to creationism. Other than that, I`m just... *facepalm*
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Female 101
if you subjected the jar of peanut butter to the heat they are talking about like lightning, there wouldn`t be new life cause the jar of peanut butter would be gone. all he`s really proving is the absence of spontaneous generation which we already proved with that meat experiment that one guy did whose name i cant remember right now. haha but i don`t know its so weird that they just grabbed peanut butter out of no where and were liek `THIS IS WHAT I WILL USE TO DISPROVE EVOLUTION"
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Male 1,834
lame
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Male 16
Food is created in a sterile, controlled environment. The universe wasn`t.
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Male 57
lol thats soooo.... soooo...
the only thing i can think of now is...
peanut butter jelly time xD
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Male 165
Sadly christians believe the earth was created in seven days. The original translations never mentioned "days" but "lengths of time" (or something like that). It could have been 7 million years like 7 billion years, but obviously not 7 days. I personally believe that god would have created "evolution", which took us all the way to how we are now.
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Female 121
I almost understand what he`s trying to get across, but then i remember that these people answer life the universe and everything with `the magic man in the sky` and for they lose all credibility.
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Male 89
"I still fail to see how God cannot coexist with evolution."
Because according to the bible, God created man in his own image. And Christians don`t want to find out that they`ve been praying to a monkey for all these years....
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Male 430
Currently in lab I am engineering anti-biotic resistance in E.coli. I would love to see this explained without using micro-evolution.
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Male 40,772
[quote]I opened my peanut butter this morning and there was a cat in there.[/quote]

@pvj200 Imagine how I surprised I was! I ejoy one or two (ok a dozen or more) beers in Canada, and wake up in a peanut butter jar in Europe! ZOMG!

vv @CodeJockey Yes he`s realy talking about `first creation` (I forget the fancy term for it) but still failing, lolz!
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Male 886
I was holding my breath when he opened the peanut butter, I so expected some new life form to jump out and bite his face off.

He looked nervous opening it too lol
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Male 374
LOL THE FUNNY THING IS THAT GUY WHO FIRST SPOKE IN THE VIDEO LOOKS EXACTLY LIKE A CHIMP!!!!!!! HAHAHAHAHA
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Male 2,841
What the drat have these idiots been smoking?
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Male 3,477
LOL! The Devil Made Me Do It !
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Male 156
This Man was mentioned in Dave Gorman`s Googlewhack adventure. Go and watch it!
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Female 50
Please everyone.. I urge not to look at this as "should we tell the Christians" Not ALL Christians believe this way... uhhhhgggg Bananas, Peanut butter... Whats next.... lol And not all Christians think the earth is only a few thousand years old :)
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Male 2,552
As a Christian, all I can say is that this is quite embarrasing. Like thebandit hinted at, have they even considered the fact that the vast majority of lifeforms aren`t big enough for us to see with the naked eye? It would appear not.
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Male 362
the funny thing is that there is probably plenty of life in every jar in the form of random germs and whatnot.
should we tell the christians about microscopes yet?
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Female 838
well maybe, just maybe if you left your peanut butter long enough you may see new life evolve
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Male 748
Hilarious, but I don`t like peanut butter. :|
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Male 290
@Musuko42: You`re forgetting that the people who support this hypothesis also believe that the universe (as created by God) is no more than a few thousand years old.
On that premise they would also dismiss your argument.
If the issue of evolution vs. creation were to be solved on the merits of logic and empirical observation, resolution would have been achieved a long time ago.
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Male 36
i really want to punch a christian right now
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Male 2,850
"Over a billion experiments every year, and we`ve done that for virtually a hundred years."

These people have no sense of scale.

The earth is 4.54 billion years old.
The oldest life (we know of) is 3.5 billion years old.

Now, I`m being very crude an inaccurate here, but that gives just over (1.04) a billion years between the formation of the earth and the start of life. Even remembering that the earth spent a lot of that time in an inhabitable state, that still gives well over the "hundred years" this guy is talking about.

When he comes back after having performed his peanut butter experiment for a few hundred million years, then we`ll talk about his findings.
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Male 59
WHAT A LOAD OF S%*T! I opened my peanut butter this morning and there was a cat in there. Never seen it before.
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Male 450
Lol.
Primordial Soup = Jar of Peanut Butter

Fore those in the mood for an interesting story that`s somewhat related read this.Andrew Croise Experiment
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Female 8,058
So, evolution and abiogenesis are the same thing huh? Well, guess I should go back to my bed. With people that stupid around I think it might be the safest place to be.
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Male 1,505
"Hmm... what would one call a jar of peanut butter brought to life?"

waaaaaaarrrrmm sticky love.
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Male 736
it`s called preservatives.
morons.
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Male 1,598
Hmm... what would one call a jar of peanut butter brought to life?
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Male 184
Sure... I just opened my closet and there wasn`t any black holes. So I just proved the theory about black holes wrong.
(Also, there wasn`t any jewish carpenters in the jar, so christianity must be a fairy-tale.)
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Male 247
Hey man I heard healing potions aren`t real.
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Male 10,855
Normally I use this (a lot) for posts regarding something perverted.

This however seems relevant enough.
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Male 5,626
[quote]"I still fail to see how God cannot coexist with evolution."[/quote]
Well, it IS possible for a deity to exist but,
that is not what the speaker is focused on.

He specifically argued against evolution and, by extension,
in favor of intelligent design,
by stating that it was impossible for new life to be
produced,
using the peanut butter as source matter ignoring,
first, there being billions of cells in any organism
that is large enough to be seen with a naked eye and,
second, the conditions of the packaging being intentionally
unfavorable for microorganisms.

Even if neither of these are true, I`m fairly certain that he`d
be hard pressed to find a jar that had been subjected
to a lightning strike at the same time any required
chemical, as well as environmental condition is present.
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Male 159
LOL
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Female 10
Oh wait! Excuse me!!! A billion experiments EACH year for the past 100 year`s... Haha!
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Female 10
I love those facts there.... We have done a billion experiments practically over the last 100 years. Yeah...uh huh...Okay. LOL thank you to whoever found this!
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Male 768
But....What about seedless watermelon, grapes, oranges, etc? I`m gonna go open my Peanut Butter jar and check for new life, BRB.
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Female 2,761
So, uh, am I... are we... peanut butter?
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Male 12,138
Such a great post, ripe for heated flame-laden debate, and yet we`re all in agreement that these retards are retarded. Damn, when did IAB get so goddam INTELLIGENT? No fun anymore. I say we lower the average IQ of the site by drafting in some peeps from answersingenesis etc, would make for a more entertaining experience. Currently, it`s like kicking a puppy.
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Male 99
People who don`t understand science are funny.
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Male 904
I thought bananas were the atheists nightmare. Now it`s peanut butter?

Mmm... Peanut butter and banana open face club sandwedge...
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Male 486
he didn`t check the jar very well. i think i saw new life in there.
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Male 258
this video makes me depressed...
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Male 411
Hey let`s use this guy`s strategy to check for new life on the moon. Every night we can just look up at the moon and we should be able to tell with a naked eye if there are aliens walking around on the surface.
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Male 1,263
*facepalm*
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Female 1,743
Ignorance is bliss.
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Male 758
MildCorma-

And before life, Earth wasn`t sterile?
How has this not become a meme yet?
I SERIOUSLY do not want to live on this planet anymore.
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Male 15,832
The fact is, there are billions if not trillions of living organisms in most food products. How does he know not a single one of them is new?
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Male 4,807
Mmmm Peanut butter.

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Male 2,033
I left a jar of peanut butter sitting in the light for thirty thousand years and exposed it to variables such as tidal motions and created new life, but it was still microscpic so I fudgein ate it without knowing :( Yum.

Stupid creationists are stupid.
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Male 1,547
If I hadn`t done research to find if this vid was legit when I first saw it three years ago, I would have called Poe`s Law. Unfortunately, yes, people are this stupid.

I say I have to agree with Kryptonite, Evolution does, at its most basic level, make far more sense than Gravity. Seriously, which is more readily apparent; the diversity of life through natural selection of mutations caused by transcription errors in the RNA synthesis process, or the dilation of space-time caused by densely packed atoms?
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Male 496
"It took 6 billion years for new life to form on earth, so you would ave to leave the peanut butter sitting for 6 billion years to see if new life forms. It doesn`t for in a month"

It wouldn`t because it`s sterile. Food companies don`t like taking risks that might surprise you (mould on lid anyone?) or indeed why would they give their products a short shelf life when they can extend it and remove all the bacteria? This argument is actually a fantastic representation of how little they know about science or even the basics of how food is packaged. Go go creationism!
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Male 89
@CobraKiller - As a first year Biology major, I`m well aware that they don`t make Laws anymore. I was just using the contrast of the words Theory and Law to make a point. My biology prof told us that in biology, there are no laws. But if there was, Evolution would surely be the first to be accepted.
@5Cats, I know it isn`t the strongest lol. But thank you! Though, i think my body needs a bit more than soup to fight pneumonia. Thank you Alexander Fleming and your wonderful contributions to science.
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Male 7,834
mildcorma, im not a fan of doonesbury, but you and others here might get a kick out of this comic
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Male 496
@Moulander

They have indeed created completely synthetic life from scratch. In order to make sure it was obviously synthetic they put their website and names of all involved into the genetic code. The potential of this is obviously ground-breaking. I still think that people will sigh and tut and go "those crazy evolutionists! Thinking they are right still, despite the fact that I FOUND NO LIFE IN PEANUT BUTTER. Explain THAT! Synthetic cancer curing cells go to hell" etc
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Male 496
What happens if he gets the FLU? That virus that CHANGES EVERY YEAR to combat the previous vaccine. What happens if he gets TB? Does he take the new anti-biotics that work and this renounce his claims against evolution? Or does he take the old anti-biotics as a stand and DIE cos they don`t work after TB EVOLVED to counter-act the old antibiotics? HMMM
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Male 40,772
But @PattiCakes, where did the Aliens come from? Did they evolve too? (lolz! just saying!)

Remember @Kryptonite - survival of the "fittest" means the most suited to their environment, not neccessarily the biggest or strongest (although they tend to do well overall). Now go eat some chicken soup!
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Male 7,834
kryptonite, they dont make anything laws anymore. its just not the way science works. this is because new information is always found and would then have to be added to the law, which would have made it not such a great law to begin with. so now in science if anything is labeled theory in the scientific community, it is as good as being a law.
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Male 40,772
[quote]the entire Christian religion is based on the Bible.[/quote]
Yes @patchouly, but what about us Deists? I don`t believe in the Bible, just the existance of God. And I don`t mean Yahwey, Jehova or Allah, just God the Creator of the Universe :)
So it`s EASY for me to believe in both God and evolution, lolz! Being a Deist is easy in general...
Also there`s lots of Christians who believe in evolution, they just think God `directs it` a little, now and then.

@BBJellyFish: Gone are the dark clouds of evolution! It`s gonna be a bright bright creationist day!
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Female 465
Nice try, but the argument is specious. it takes lots of different gases made up of different trace minerals, and elements, and heat, and humidity, and time, you know, the primordial soup, for single celled vegetation, plankton, then sponges, then protozoa to happen. Not a jar of peanut butter! Either that or we were seeded from more advanced aliens, who are still experimenting on us today.
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Male 881
[quote]I also find it funny how evolutionists feel a certain urge to inform creationists that they are wrong and will attempt to persuade the creationists to believe in evolution [/quote]

Because it costs human lives. Every person who believes in Creationism is another person that is threatening all of our lives. We are entering the biological age, where terrorists and rogue countries will use germs rather than nukes. Without an understanding of biology, you cannot hope to prepare and defend yourself from that threat. Evolution is the corner stone of biology. Biology works EVERY DAY and in EVERY biology lab WITHOUT FAIL because we have an understanding of evolution. Beyond defense, our understanding of biology is keeping people alive and healthy.

Point blank, Creationism contributes absolutely NOTHING to biology. Biology would not exist without evolution. Modern medicine would not exist if evolution was wrong. That is all the proof you should need.
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Male 89
I don`t even see how the Theory of Evolution isn`t a Law. I mean, it makes more sense than gravity does. It`s common sense that the superior beings survive to procreate, and the weaker beings don`t. Thus, evolution. And i know i`m probably being ignorant to religion right now, but I don`t see what religion`s problem with this statement of Survival of Fittest is. Anyone care to elaborate for me?
Please note, i`m sick with a high fever, so if i`m completely wrong in anything i just said, i blame the fever.
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Male 2,591
This is troubling..
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Male 4,793
Uhh... He does know about microbial life, right? Can I punch that thing in the ovaries now?
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Male 1,013
Amazing that people think this guy is an idiot for this non-evolving peanut butter skit. So it`s ok that he believes in a megolomaniacal murderous narcissistic insecure deity... which apparently is ok, then he says something stupid about evolution and peanut butter and just NOW he`s an idiot???
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Male 157
implying that there isn`t some new microbe in the peanut butter.
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Male 310
Wow would that guy have felt like a jackass if he opened up that jar and saw some sort of fish-frog hiding in there...
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Male 310
Any time I hear something like this I imagine it with this in the backround.
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Male 24
Wow... I can feel my self gettting dumber from watching this. I belive in God, but I also don`t blindly dismiss evolution. Seeing that there is proof that things have evolved. I`m not saying that we came from monkeys but who knows what Adam and Eve looked like? The person who said "yeah that will definitly convert those evolution supporting Atheists!" should be shot.
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Male 1,256
I think that this person is an idiot. I don`t think I need to say it any more eloquently.
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Male 36
This is the most idiotic thing that I`ve ever seen. Everyone who watched it has lowered their IQ. At no point in this video`s incoherent ramblings did anything resembling logic appear.

Oh yeah ... vehement atheist, pro-evolutionist
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Male 541
Wow every serious Creationist video can be thought of as a parody. They do parody on themselves!! Isn`t that incredible? OH and they are confusing Evolution with abiogenesis.. OPS!
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Male 4,290
[quote]I don`t know how or why we are here but I will say this there is no such thing as an atheist in a foxhole [/quote]

May I direct you to the Military Association of Atheists and Freethinkers (www.maaf.info). Or as they also like to be known, Atheists In Foxholes.
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Male 253
"I am a creationist but i prefer st. thomas aquinas`s proofs and st. anselm`s ontological proof over the peanut butter proof."
There is no such thing as a proof of that which is held only by faith.
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Male 550
O-M-G. . . . I can see clearly now that the rain is gone! I can see all Peanut Butter in my way!
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Male 253
"I also find it funny how evolutionists feel a certain urge to inform creationists that they are wrong and will attempt to persuade the creationists to believe in evolution so therefore I believe that evolutionists are like apple fanboys in a sense where it can never just be I believe what I want you believe what you want without some form of insult"

That argument works both ways. I dearly hope you see that
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Female 2,695
i`m pretty sure this was posted a year or two ago and i remember this only because of the intense amount of stupidity that radiates from my screen as it plays
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Male 16
Man its not even a question anymore... its been proven, They`ve not only watched a species of bacteria evolve into a new species of bacteria in a lab.... As well I believe although don`t quote me on this they`ve also created life from scratch.... but I don`t know the specific study
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Male 431
its funny how u say u believe in anselms ontological proof AND st thomas aquinas proof.. thomas aquinas REJECTED anselms proof haha
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Male 7,834
iseeingi2i, usually it doesnt start off as insulting. but when someone refuses to believe in facts and then tries to push a story back at you, maybe a little insult does roll off the tongue every now and then. i know because of countless arguments with my brother.

evolution: yes, yes there is proof.
creationism: no, no there is no proof. or evidence of that matter.
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Male 7,834
brassbull, i still dont get this misconception with darwin and finches. he did study them a little, but while on the galapagos islands he spent most of his time studying mocking birds.

everyone else, i am really surprised i havent seen one comment seriously backing this video. i know its ridiculous, but i did expect at least one idiot to back this. you can think my evolution professor for this video, he showed us it in class yesterday.
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Male 4,745
Jasonbobdude
"I still fail to see how God cannot coexist with evolution."

That`s a simple one Jason.

You see, the entire Christian religion is based on the Bible. The Bible does not mention evolution; instead it mentions "intelligent design". It describes "God" as putting Adam and Eve, in human form, onto the Earth.

The very core of Christian beliefs, is the reason that God and Evolution can`t exist. The one cancels out the other. If you believe in Evolution, then the Bible is false and then what are you basing your religious beliefs on?

Sorry my friend. It`s science and reason vs. magic and fear.
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Male 271
I don`t know how or why we are here but I will say this there is no such thing as an atheist in a foxhole

I also find it funny how evolutionists feel a certain urge to inform creationists that they are wrong and will attempt to persuade the creationists to believe in evolution so therefore I believe that evolutionists are like apple fanboys in a sense where it can never just be I believe what I want you believe what you want without some form of insult
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Male 40,772
What a bunch of crap! Evolution is not "spontanious creation of new life" it`s the change over time of a species!
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Male 1,196
The guy in the beginning says "Any theory of the origin of life on this planet or any other one for that matter is a fairy tale."
creationism still says that life originated from this planet therefore that guy says that his beliefs are a fairy tale.
I am a creationist but i prefer st. thomas aquinas`s proofs and st. anselm`s ontological proof over the peanut butter proof.
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Male 1,598
I still fail to see how God cannot coexist with evolution.
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Male 1,021
It took 6 billion years for new life to form on earth, so you would ave to leave the peanut butter sitting for 6 billion years to see if new life forms. It doesn`t for in a month
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Male 59
Vestigiality alone makes that dipstick with the jar of creamy jif look like an ashole.
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Male 594
Wow, why didn`t I think of this?
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Male 4,867
one word to describe that man... derp.
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Male 349
I say, let people believe in Creationism, it`s bloody funny watching people who can`t explain even the most simple of scientific theories trying to argue against them. They may as well just be saying "that`s what your mum said" over and over again, it has about the same validity.
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Female 246
Of course you`re not gonna find any new life in a jar of peanut butter

for starters, you`d eat it all before any possibility of new life occurring

because peanut butter is delicious
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Male 493
Faaaaaaacccceeee paaaaaalllllllmmmmm

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Male 756
does it matter? really?
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Male 307
Give it several decades or centuries and you might find life and mutations in the jar.
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Male 15
that just didnt make any sense....clutching at straws any1???
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Male 985
AH MAH GAD, ITS SO CLER NAO
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Male 15
I am by no means an atheist, but it really gets under my skin when people make arguments against something, and they have no idea what they are taking about (I am looking at you crakrjak). What does an engineer know about biochemical processes? Here is something to think about: Science has proved that basic organic monomers can arise from basic elements and lightning. Science also shows it is entropically favorable for most proteins and lipids to aggregate in water to minimize its contact. Aggregation of proteins and nucleic acids within an aggregation of lipid is essentially the most basic of cells. My point being, don`t try to disprove a scientific evidence if you don`t know what the hell you are talking about.
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Male 142
I am convinced evolution is a lie.
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Male 12,138
Dear mouth-breathing Christian idiots, please stop using the term "Evolutionist". Nowadays it`s called Biologist. Would you describe everyone who believes the earth is round as a "Galilean"? Seriously though, stop it. You`re starting to sound a bit silly.
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Male 1,299
Peanut Butter typically lasts for about two years. Evolution takes millions-billions of years.

That`s like saying that you bought a puppy and raised it, but it never turned into a wolf.

The food industry doesn`t rely on the fact that evolution doesn`t exist- it relies on the fact that life cannot exist in a vacuum.

Leave that peanut butter sealed for 3-5 years and there WILL be life in it...

Evolution deniers are morons...
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Male 206
Too much xanax-I didn`t understand one dam thing he said.
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Male 64
Too bad an ant isn`t going to evolve in five minutes. You know, perhaps random new single celled organisms have evolved in peanut butter, but were promptly eaten before the HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF YEARS it takes to evolve into anything visible.
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Male 1,116
Lol wow, thats even worse than the banana guy.
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Male 1,341
I`m so embarrassed for him.... Gah..

What life does he expect when he opens it?! A tiny little mutant peanut butter child to jump out??
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Female 52
They need to get their facts straight before they start bashing evolution. Evolution is change in a population`s allele frequency over time. It has virtually nothing to do with "heat" and "energy".
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Female 1,101
LMFAO!
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Male 131
I love how Christians constantly try to use the scientific method to prove their beliefs. Science and Religion are pretty much mutually exclusive. They must be incapable of interpreting time over 6,000 years. I can`t believe we are this socially and technologically advanced and still praying to an invisible man that is worried if you play with yourself or say a bad word.
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Male 683
How awsome would it have been if some new lifeform jumped out the jar and ripped his drating smug face off.
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Male 5,626
Except that 2 months ago, a guy created 4 cells, the capital feature of the experiment being to subject the source matter to conditions that emulated changing weather...

Next.
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Male 25,416
that was so dumb!
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Male 63
The thing that struck me the most about the clip was that the safety seal was already slightly open. I think that before they filmed it they double checked to make sure there wasn`t anything alive in there.
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Male 12,365
[quote]Would the mold on it be considered life?[/quote]

Yes, but that would have been introduced from outside. It`s life breeding, not life appearing.

The actual theories of abiogenesis and evolution would have maybe a billion years between the two. Maybe more.
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Male 683
wow just wow, religitards strike again
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Male 639
I don`t think we have more evidence for evolution than for gravity, but I think dog-breeding should be enough evidence but whatever. And did he examine every single bacteria in the peanut butter before coming to the conclusion that there is no new life in his peanut butter?
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Male 12,365
There`s complete evidence of evolution.

There isn`t complete evidence for the theory of evolution (although there is a hell of a lot of evidence, far more than would be necessary to consider something proven in day to day life).
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Male 270
PEANUT BUTTER JELLY TIME!
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Male 125
This is pretty much a uniquely American debate. It`s a non-issue everywhere else.
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Male 39,953
Let`s suspend our brain cells and say evolution is wrong. That does not mean creationism is right.

Incomplete evidence of Evolution VS No evidence of Creationism at all
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Male 155
Would the mold on it be considered life?
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Female 1,095
LMAO what??
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Male 833
fact is there is more evidence to support evolution than any other scientific theory
including gravity
but no one doubts the existence of gravity
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Male 438
The odds are in the billions or trillions and even then the result is a single celled organism invisible to the human eye.
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Male 1,625
Fail.
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Male 132
I`ve never laughed so hard in months xD That`s the most incredible bullpoo ever...sadly it probably brainwashes young kids.
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Male 493
I really had trouble listening after the terms "obvious truth", "evolutionist" and "supposedly scientific".

I should have stopped after that. This argument has so many logical fallacies it makes me sick.
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Male 12,365
Just in case anyone thinks these people, who are either liars or fools, are making a rational counter-argumnent to the theory of abiogenesis, here`s a link explaining what the theory actually is:

Actual theory compared with creationist lies about it.

In all of this bear in mind that the theory of abiogenesis has absolutely nothing to do with the theory of evolution and that the theory of evolution is not evolution. Evolution is, absolutely and unequivocally, a fact.

So they`re creating a fake theory of abiogenesis that they know is wrong, pretending that disproves the actual theory of abiogenesis, pretending that disproves the theory of evolution and pretending that disproves evolution and every one of their pretences is ludicrous.
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Male 5,194
Depressingly, depressingly stupid.
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Male 15,510
Lmao, this is as good as the the Atheist worst nightmare: The Banana

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Akc5w_ZqByY
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Male 151
If I bought a jar of peanut butter today, opened it and expected life to just pop out of it in less than a day I wouldn`t be disproving evolution. I`d be acting like an idiot. Besides, evolution works slowly like "one million years at a time" slowly in some cases.
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Male 1,610
and here`s the Darwin Finches ripping on this video.
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Male 12,365
Has there ever been anyone who argued against evolution *and who knew what it is*?

Actually, that`s a silly question. Anyone who did so would be as insane as someone who argued against, for example light, as evolution is as obvious as light. Evolution isn`t a theory, it`s an observation. The theory of evolution is a theory explaining the observation.

So...has there ever been anyone who argues against the theory of evolution and who knows what it is?

These people are arguing against abiogenesis, which is a completely different theory. Although they obviously don`t understand that theory either.

The sad thing is that they are good at propaganda and may well con some people with it.
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Male 397
HAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHA!!!
I love ignorant people like this :)
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Male 633
Gosh. They finally convinced me.
Obey the peanut butter!
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Male 1,526
Well. That proves it, right?
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Male 350
o_O

Yes, I know we all know the answer, but I still have to say it...

random floating molecules collide with other random floating molecules and very rarely but occasionally create an organism that can self-replicate. It doesn`t happen often though, and when it does the lifeform usually dies out within a millionth of a second. Simply LOOKING at a jar of peanut butter and expecting something to just pop out at you is just... silly?
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Male 2,402
Well damn it I know what the problem of this whole supposition. They didn`t use Jiffy crunchy PB.
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Male 1,312
seriously.....come on...seriously? ugh
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Female 136
I`m sure if we hit peanut butter with radiation something would happen to it. Although, any sterilization processes would kill organisms attempting to live, wouldn`t they? Hey, wasn`t this the plot to The Blob?
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Female 833
my atheist husband PHSL.
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Female 2,120
Science: We doin it rite guise?
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Male 7,834
Link: Peanut Butter: The Atheist Nightmare [Rate Link] - man tries to disprove evolution with a jar of peanutbutter, not very successful.
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