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10 Evolution Is A Lie: Theory of Evolution Implies Death And Evil Are Good

Discussion in 'Physical & Life Sciences' started by speakout, Oct 15, 2008.

  1. speakout

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    Exposing Evolution As A Mess and Atheism As Hot-Air!

    10 Evolution Is A Lie: Theory of Evolution Implies Death And Evil Are Good

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    I have to say that I have enjoyed the series but it might be time to move away from the questions about what did Charles Darwin invent ?
    How do we know that evolution is a lie from Lucifer, the evil angel who disguises himself as an angel of light? If we are to believe the theory of Evolution death and evil are just normal processes. We have already seen how dangerous the theory of Social Darwinism is when it was applied by National Socialist and their fellow Atheists cousins, the scientific Communists.
    We know that there is a problem of evil, just look around but if we are to believe the theory of Evolution everything is working for the good because in the end the fit, will survive and those who are killed are the weak and deserve to die.
    Death was a result of sin and that God did not create death but gave Adam a choice. Fritz Springmeier deals with the problems of evil and logic problems it has caused. He analysis is more measured than reducing it to evil skull drawings and just plain denial.
    It helps explain the dangers in Charles Darwin concept of naturalism.
    You will notice that Lucifer does not want man to know that they are made in the image of God. If we were to believe evolution are ancestors are frogs, dogs and apes. There is a big difference between being made in the image of God and being made in the image of beasts.
    On another day we will ask did Charles Darwin believe in God? Of course he did, even though it was probably not the Biblical God because Charles Darwin was a mystery man.

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  2. Naraoia

    Naraoia Apprentice Biologist

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    The theory of evolution doesn't imply anything is "good" or "evil", but never let that little fact stand in your way... [​IMG]
     
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    OOO, look who's back! And with yet another collection of antique PRATTs! Did they boot you off TR?
     
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    Speakout, you're wrong.

    This thread is now about squirrels. I saw one at work yesterday. It was red and cute.
     
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    Tom, did you know that cats eat squirrels from the head down? A large squirrel is too big a meal for an average cat, though, so they often leave the hindquarters, or save them until later - a disconcerting sight, especially male squirrels.
     
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    Did you know that cats are one of the very few domestic creatures that would survive the worldwide extinction of humans? Cattle would be picked off by predators with newly found niches (coyotes taking the niche of wolves) and would be extinct within a year or 2. Dogs would start running in packs but would never be able to compete with native dogs live wolves and coyotes. Some bird species would survive in the right climate but cats are the only animals that retain most of their hunting instincts even through so many generations of domestication. The domestic cat is through to have evolved from a single cat species native to the middle east, I want to say that that species is actually extinct now.

    Interesting cat facts though.
     
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    On the subject matter thought I really wonder how animals can be "evil". Here is something else to ponder, are plants evil? What about plants that eat bugs and small rodents? They are killing, so does that make them evil?
     
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    Some plants fit the definition implied in the OP, for sure. Aside from the direct eaters of insects like Sundews and Pitcher Plants, you have the Indian Pipes and Coral Roots and others that parasitize other plants, you have the whole range of poisonous plants which besides avoiding being eaten may benefit from small dead things decomposing nearby. And wild raspberry canes are definitely evil - those things draw blood every time.

    I'm in no doubt as to the survival skills of most cats. I have two at the moment; one I nurtured from six weeks old, is nice and cuddly - and goes out and kills mice and squirrels with passion and great skill. The other showed up as a sick skin and bones young feral, maybe three months old: took me a couple months to tame him enough to pick up, now he's a house feral. He lives in the house, but is terrified of all humans except me - he's extremely affectionate with me. He's unable to hunt, despite attempts by the other cat to 'teach' him. I watched Number One cat this summer first give Number Two dead prey, which he ate, then give him live prey, which Number Two never figured out what to do with. I can only guess he was separated from his mother far too early, and may have brain damage from too long a starvation period. He's also very clumsy and a very poor climber - a good thing, because he falls out of small trees regularly.
     
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    Well since there are no wolves and the last time my pair got out and there were coyotes present the end result was no coyote sightings for 3 months I don't see the coyotes winning all that quickly.

    Now mine would not persist since they are both neutered males, but there is one other dog in hte area with balls who could hold his own against at least 2 and more like 3 coyotes. Once he packed up he would survive.

    I think you underestimate cattle or for that mattter sheep. They are far from defenseless. Come to think of it same for horses.
     
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    Keith, I agree with you regarding cattle. There are small to medium herds of older cattle breeds around here which retain defensive instincts, and even the thoroughly overbred domesticates are not helpless, especially once you have bulls to contend with. Hooves and horns are not to be scoffed at as defensive weaponry.

    I don't know where you live, but Canada certainly has wolves. The coyotes in Atlantic Canada are not like Western coyotes. In Ontario they are called 'Brush Wolves'. It is widely thought that they interbred with dwindling wolf packs on their way east. They are way bigger than Western coyotes, tend to pack up, will take down snow-hampered deer in winter, and prey on domestic dogs and cats.

    That said, dogs have managed to go feral in other countries and survive and reproduce.
     
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    I think it is very rude that people have derailed this thread.

    Didn't you all see that it is supposed to be about squirrels?

    I think it is a shame the native red squirrels of England are slowly being replaced with the introduced grey squirrels. The red ones are much cuter. It is very evil of evilution to allow this natural selection to happen.
     
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    Anyone remember something about Squirrels evolving a heat signature in there tails to avoid / confuse snakes ?
     
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    Neat behaviour, but that heat image makes for one eeevil lookin' squirrel!
     
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    Maybe that's what scares the snakes :)
     
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    Those eyes make it look like Venom from Spiderman.
     
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    That is one evil squirrel :)
     
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    More interesting squirrel facts. Mothers sometimes bequeath territory to their offspring, typically to daughters. They may go find a new territory themselves, or will acquire larger territory in order to cede it to the offspring.

    And they're uncannily bright little critters as well. Take over the world any day now.

    "Juvenile American Red Squirrel must acquire a territory and midden prior to their first winter. Juveniles without a midden do not survive their first winter. Offspring can acquire a territory by competing for a vacant territory, creating a new territory or by receiving all or part of a territory from their mother. This somewhat rare (15% of litters) female behavior is referred to as breeding dispersal or bequeathal and is a form of maternal investment in offspring (Berteaux and Boutin 2000). The prevalence of this behavior is related to the abundance of food resources and the age of the mother. In some cases females will acquire additional middens prior to reproduction, which they later bequeath to their offspring (Boutin et al 2000). Offspring that do not receive a midden from their mother typically settle within 150m (3 territory diameters) from their natal territory (Berteaux and Boutin 2000)."

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