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Carl Baugh, Gospel Defender

Discussion in 'Creation & Evolution' started by The Highwayman, Nov 1, 2002.

  1. The Highwayman

    The Highwayman New Member

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    I just want all of you to know that I have seen the evidence! I have been to Carl Baugh's Christian Evidence Museum and seen the man made tracks next to dinosuar footprints!

    Dr. Baugh has discussed as well the fact that people were a lot smarter before the flood due to the atmospheric pressure making it easier for our bodies to process oxygen. It is even speculated that a man could run several hundred miles and not even get tired back then.
     
  2. Susan

    Susan 退屈させた1 つ (bored one)

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    Ah, you might want to see what AIG has to say about Carl Baugh.
     
  3. kaotic

    kaotic Learn physics

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    I don't know about that I don't think someone could run hundred's of miles. And for the evidence well I havn't seen any evidence of a flood. And humans can only use 10% of there brain and people could be smarter than some people just look at Albert Einstein and other really smart people.
     
  4. kaotic

    kaotic Learn physics

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    And there was no humans when dinosaurs was on earth.
     
  5. Ajnin

    Ajnin Here's looking at you.

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    I don't post a lot in the science forum because I'm not really adept at science, but I'd just like to contribute two things to this thread, one, see this webpage for information about humans and only using ten percent of their brain: http://www.snopes.com/science/stats/10percnt.htm

    As for humans running hundreds of miles with out tiring, a few questions, Why would humans need to run hundreds and hundreds of miles without tiring? Wouldn't they need to eat if they didn't get tired? Or drink for that matter? And how fast were they going at the time?
     
  6. The Highwayman

    The Highwayman New Member

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    Good for all of you above! You know that Carl Baugh is wrong on most of what he says. I commend you.
     
  7. kaotic

    kaotic Learn physics

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    Thanks for the link. I liked it. But right now humans only use 10% of there brains, Well thats what I have learned, but I might be wrong. And a human could I guess run hundreds of miles if they stoped to eat and rest and drink water, but no one could run hundreds of miles nonstop.
     
  8. blader

    blader Evilutionist

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    Ultrarunners regularly run 100 mile racers, so I'd suspect it's possible.
     
  9. kaotic

    kaotic Learn physics

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    Yeah but don't they get water and get to stop for a few minutes.
     
  10. Nathan Poe

    Nathan Poe New Member

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    And the "human" tracks he's referring to are also known as the Pauxley River tracks. It's pretty common knowledge that those tracks aren't human after all.

    The tracks may have been an honest mistake, but there's not much that's honest about Baugh's credentials The man's a fraud:

    http://www.talkorigins.org/faqs/paluxy/degrees.html

    Even AIG has distanced themselves from this quack:

    http://members.aol.com/Paluxy2/whatbau.htm

    Two slightly unrelated questions:

    1: How does Carl Baugh intend to defend the Christian faith through deliberate misrepresentations of the facts and himself?

    2: What exactly is Baugh "defending" anyway? Is faith so weak that Baugh is called on to "save" it?
     
  11. kaotic

    kaotic Learn physics

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    nevermind I guess someone could run 100+ miles if they were trained.
     
  12. Pete Harcoff

    Pete Harcoff PeteAce - In memory of WinAce

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    kaotic Learn physics

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    Thanks pete for the link I am going to read this.
     
  14. Chris H

    Chris H New Member

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    As far as any real evidence for a young earth we're still waaaiiiiting...Carl Baugh or no.

    If real evidence existed why would people fabricate evidence?

    Chris
     
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