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    Still can't believe how retarded that was.

    BTW mouse they do know how Stone Henge was built.
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    Still can't believe how retarded that was.

    BTW mouse they do know how Stone Henge was built.
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    Mouse reminds me of this onion article:

    http://www.theonion.com/articles/som...problem,11018/

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    This is one of the most stupidest threads ever in this forum's history.

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    Theses men received the same ignorant responses I am getting before they're simpleminded non believing asses were educated to their causes.







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    Suck on these Darwin



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    ST is what it is




    Suck on these Darwin!

    RackTheTRolls!

    The last Club gtg was epic don't miss the next one.

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    Just think what 40 days and nights of rain can do...


    Make a shitty movie?


    DING DING DING...

    4>0rings = Thread winner.

    All you other slim shady's is just imitatin'

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    "it is possible that warming for windmills vs. CO2 is about equal, and that the windmills will change the wind/climate in ways worse than CO2 ever could."

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    Everything you need to know about Avante, and why bothering with his threads just lets him purposefully waste your time to pump up his own ego:
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    Theses men received the same ignorant responses I am getting before they're simpleminded non believing asses were educated to their causes.
    1) THEIR, not "they're"

    2) The sentence is structured so that "simpleminded non-believing asses" refers to "Theses men", i.e. the great inventors. I assume that is not what you intended.

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    the Grand Canyon could have been carved in two years it's still 16 million 998.000 years less than your Darwin lovers claim.

    You obliviously have no clue how powerful water is and what it can do in just hours.




    Uh huh.

    Response:
    1.We know what to expect of a sudden massive flood, namely:
    •a wide, relatively shallow bed, not a deep, sinuous river channel.
    •anastamosing channels (i.e., a braided river system), not a single, well-developed channel.
    •coarse-grained sediments, including boulders and gravel, on the floor of the canyon.
    •streamlined relict islands.

    The Scablands in Washington state were produced by such a flood and show such features (Allen et al. 1986; Baker 1978; Bretz 1969; Waitt 1985). Such features are also seen on Mars at Kasei Vallis and Ares Vallis (Baker 1978; NASA Quest n.d.). They do not appear in the Grand Canyon. Compare relief maps of the two areas to see for yourself.


    2.The same flood that was supposed to carve the Grand Canyon was also supposed to lay down the miles of sediment (and a few lava flows) from which the canyon is carved. A single flood cannot do both. Creationists claim that the year of the Flood included several geological events, but that still stretches credulity.


    3.The Grand Canyon contains some major meanders. Upstream of the Grand Canyon, the San Juan River (around Gooseneck State Park, southeast Utah) has some of the most extreme meandering imaginable. The canyon is 1,000 feet high, with the river flowing five miles while progressing one mile as the crow flies (American Southwest n.d.). There is no way a single massive flood could carve this.


    4.Recent flood sediments would be unconsolidated. If the Grand Canyon were carved in unconsolidated sediments, the sides of the canyon would show obvious slumping.


    5.The inner canyon is carved into the strongly metamorphosed sediments of the Vishnu Group, which are separated by an angular unconformity from the overlying sedimentary rocks, and also in the Zoroaster Granite, which intrudes the Vishnu Group. These rocks, by all accounts, would have been quite hard before the Flood began.


    6.Along the Grand Canyon are tributaries, which are as deep as the Grand Canyon itself. These tributaries are roughly perpendicular to the main canyon. A sudden massive flood would not produce such a pattern.


    7.Sediment from the Colorado River has been shifted northward over the years by movement along the San Andreas and related faults (Winker and Kidwell 1986). Such movement of the delta sediment would not occur if the canyon were carved as a single event.


    8.The lakes that Austin proposed as the source for the carving floodwaters are not large compared with the Grand Canyon itself. The flood would have to remove more material than the floodwaters themselves.


    9.If a brief interlude of rushing water produced the Grand Canyon, there should be many more such canyons. Why are there not other grand canyons surrounding all the margins of all continents?


    10.There is a perfectly satisfactory gradual explanation for the formation of the Grand Canyon that avoids all these problems. Sediments deposited about two billion years ago were metamorphosed and intruded by granite to become today's basement layers. Other sediments were deposited in the late Proterozoic and were subsequently folded, faulted, and eroded. More sediments were deposited in the Paleozoic and Mesozoic, with a period of erosion in between. The Colorado Plateau started rising gradually about seventy million years ago. As it rose, existing rivers deepened, carving through the previous sediments (Harris and Kiver 1985, 273-282).
    Note:

    Darwin was not a geologist.

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    Note:

    Darwin was not a geologist.
    We all know Darwin wasn't worth a shit. Some old hash smoking drunk finds a few birds on an island that look the same with different beaks then writes a book about how we evolved from snails and you simpleminded fools cling on his words like Joe Chalupa at an Obama rally.


    It pains me to even have to educate some of you people to a level where I can try to debate properly.

    Scientist all over the world are admitting they was wrong about the earth being Billions of years old, to bad many of them (out of fear) won't go on the record.

    I suggest you don't miss my next call it will blow the host and listeners away.

    The gloves are coming off now.

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    we evolved from snails
    Someone who doesn't even know what a theory is, trying to debunk it.



    That's comedy right there.

    If you can't clearly state what the theory of evolution says in your own words, you have zero credibility when it comes to criticizing it, sorry.

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    Someone who doesn't even know what a theory is, trying to debunk it.



    That's comedy right there.

    If you can't clearly state what the theory of evolution says in your own words, you have zero credibility when it comes to criticizing it, sorry.
    I knew that would go over your small brain.

    allow me to educate you.....

    Evolution teaches us the Earth was 4 billion years old it took two billion years for it to cool down during that time there were huge pools of liquid that life started to form and millions of years later that life slithered out from the pools and grew legs.

    what part of evolving from a Snail do you not get?





    Evolution is your religion why not take the time to study it?

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    turn on your AM radio.............

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    No thanks.
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    Maybe being a Darwin supporter you find a banana more appealing?

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    Maybe being a Darwin supporter you find a banana more appealing?
    Mouse pushing radioactive foods here?


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    mouse,
    i believe in creation. However, i do not believe each creative "day" was 6,000 years. "Day" can be a relative term. I do believe the earth could have been formed billions of years ago and God put life on it in a relatively shorter recent time as laid out in Genesis, which as you know is supported by science.

    Can you agree with that?

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    I knew that would go over your small brain.

    allow me to educate you.....

    Evolution teaches us the Earth was 4 billion years old it took two billion years for it to cool down during that time there were huge pools of liquid that life started to form and millions of years later that life slithered out from the pools and grew legs.

    what part of evolving from a Snail do you not get?





    Evolution is your religion why not take the time to study it?

    LMAO!!!!!!!!!!! Where did you get snail from? So from that I'm guessing that all life evolved from a snail, then (somehow going back to being aquatic), then a fog, then regressing again to an alligator, then a platypus?, then regressing again to a bird, then monkey, finally a human?

    Jesus Christ you didn't go to school very long did you?

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    LMAO!!!!!!!!!!! Where did you get snail from?
    Science text books


    So from that I'm guessing that all life evolved from a snail,

    Read any 7th grade science book.




    then (somehow going back to being aquatic), then a fog, then regressing again to an alligator, then a platypus?, then regressing again to a bird, then monkey, finally a human?
    I knew you would get it!




    Jesus Christ you didn't go to school very long did you?
    What school would you recommend?

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    What school would you recommend?
    a college, tbh

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    Bill Gates used to look like Tony Hawk.

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    Science text books





    Read any 7th grade science book.






    I knew you would get it!






    What school would you recommend?
    Funny, Bachelors of Science in Human Biology degree must be worthless since not a single book or journal mentioned mammals, much less humans, evolved from snails.

    Give one source, even if the guy is insane and not a scientist, that mentions life came from a snail. It's more for entertainment on my part

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    I was thinking he should just finish his G.E.D. but why not shoot for the stars.

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    lol mouse trollin good job

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    what part of evolving from a Snail do you not get?



    lol you don't know how arrows in a picture work

    Evolution is your religion why not take the time to study it?
    Michael Denton did. He now believes in evolution by design.

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    Funny, Bachelors of Science in Human Biology degree must be worthless since not a single book or journal mentioned mammals, much less humans, evolved from snails.

    Give one source, even if the guy is insane and not a scientist, that mentions life came from a snail. It's more for entertainment on my part
    I've schooled mouse on this already.

    He knows it is wrong, but still uses the statement in his trolling. Or maybe hell, he forgot getting spanked. mouse is not one with a great short-term memory, no offense, m.

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    I knew that would go over your small brain.

    allow me to educate you.....

    Evolution teaches us the Earth was 4 billion years old it took two billion years for it to cool down during that time there were huge pools of liquid that life started to form and millions of years later that life slithered out from the pools and grew legs.

    Evolution is your religion why not take the time to study it?
    Also, "evolution" does not teach us that the earth is 4 billion years old.

    That is physics, and chemistry, not "evolution". The fact that the earth is that old, does support the theory, however.

    It was also billions of years after life first formed that the first multicelled animals evolved the ability to live on land, approx 2.5bn years.

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    Also, "evolution" does not teach us that the earth is 4 billion years old.

    That is physics, and chemistry, not "evolution". The fact that the earth is that old, does support the theory, however.

    It was also billions of years after life first formed that the first multicelled animals evolved the ability to live on land, approx 2.5bn years.
    Apparently the world was covered in snails at some point.

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    Mouse is a dangerously insane individual.

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