Friday, May 15, 2009 1:10:53 AM
further to the fact that you can't prove that it can happen, there are instances such as the bombardier beetle, the angler fish etc etc... these examples directly refute evolution theory (as we know it) further still, we have the problem that the world began, and that something cannot come out of nothing, which as you have rightfully stated, evolution cannot begin to explain! so we have something that noone can say has ever happened, that has actual living evidence that questions it, and whose insuffience in answering the question that most people suggesr it does (what made the world be?) is absolute! i am not suggesting you give up your faith in evolution my obnoxious little friend, i am simply saying that as it stands, there is a much bigger threat to the progression of our understanding of the world than creationists, and that is the arrogant, and misguided assurance that we now have the answer.
Friday, May 15, 2009 1:10:45 AM
you havent stumped me either, i'm sorry to break it to you... you seem so very happy with yourself for spouting the same gargled nonsense about how evolution might work, and dont seem to notice how superfluous all of your textbook based responses are! read. this. very. carefully. Evolution theory has provided an insight into how the world works. Evolution has changed the way we think about our own society... because of the philosophical impact of evolution theory, i have a great job that pays well. I am not the enemeny of evolution, i am just trying to show you how you `re turning in to your worst nightmare. whatever you say in response, there is still no proof that evolution (from one species to another) happens that you can point to, modern scientists agree that depsite all the text book reassurance, it is still highly improbable that it would happen... "a tornado sweeping through a junk-yard might assemble a Boeing 747 from the materials therein." Fred Hoyl
Thursday, May 14, 2009 8:13:06 PM
Tazman321 your capslock-tastic comment suggest's to me that a logical discussion would be to much for you to handle and would probaly make your brain exploade but hear it goes.
The main resion I don`t believe in God is because no one has proven he exists. Now I relise that you will reply by saying that no one has proven he doent exist but to a scientific mind that`s not how things work. Every thing else in the world has to be proven true, crimnials have to be proven guilty, medicine has to be proven effective, scientific theroies have to be proven true. Why should God be any different? The bible even if taken as fact, which is highly unlikley, would only be a witness statment there is still no solid evidence to back it up.
The resion people seem to hate God is because we can`t understand the logic in devoting your life to something that hasn`t been proven or deffending this devotion to a degree that seems ludacriss to the outside world. This causes a lot of friction and resentment