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Dinosaurs on the Ark: How It Was Possible

Discussion in 'Creation & Evolution' started by Frank Robert, Apr 29, 2021.

  1. myst33

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    Yeah, I probably miss the point. I do not see any compatibility between science and buddhism, just some scientists using some buddhist statements as allegory. But these statements were not about the same things, like dead people are not electrons.

    Its like saying that "in the beginning was the logos" is compatible with modern science, because some scientists say that in the beginning was information. It sounds nice, but John 1:1 is not about information, its about Jesus.
     
  2. renniks

    renniks Well-Known Member

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    You are being ignorant. No need for insults.
     
  3. VirOptimus

    VirOptimus A nihilist who cares.

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    No I’m not.

    And you are ignorant about evolution and science in general, thats supported by your posts.
     
  4. renniks

    renniks Well-Known Member

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    Again, ignorant insults. I understand evolution. I don't believe that the theory works. Two different things entirely.
     
  5. VirOptimus

    VirOptimus A nihilist who cares.

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    No you dont understand it, at all.
     
  6. renniks

    renniks Well-Known Member

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    You read minds through the internet. Wow, that's impressive.
     
  7. HitchSlap

    HitchSlap PROUDLY PRIMATE

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    No one who understands evolution says that.
     
  8. HitchSlap

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    It's inherent in your posts.
     
  9. VirOptimus

    VirOptimus A nihilist who cares.

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    No need, I just read your posts.
     
  10. Subduction Zone

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    No, gravity is a fact. Try stepping off of a cliff claiming that it is not a fact.

    One does not have to fully understand something for it to be a fact. You would make the term meaningless.

    LOL, you do not even know what a theory is. You are claiming that evolution has been confirmed when you admit that it is a theory. Evolution is of course a fact, and the theory of evolution explains that fact.
     
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  11. Hans Blaster

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    Failure to understand the *fact* of gravity has a strong selective pressure against. Evolution for the win!
     
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  12. SelfSim

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    The way we think it works, (where 'works' there means what has been extensively tested), is all that matters when it comes to facts.
     
  13. dlamberth

    dlamberth Senior Contributor Supporter

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    And win the Darwin award in the process.
     
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  14. Hans Blaster

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    Only if they haven't reproduced first. Having offspring is a disqualifier for the Darwin Award.
     
  15. AV1611VET

    AV1611VET BELIEVE IN MIRACLES Supporter

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    Interesting award in light of:
    SOURCE
     
  16. renniks

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    Fact:
    noun
    a thing that is known or proved to be true.
    the truth about events as opposed to interpretation.

    Theory:
    a supposition or a system of ideas intended to explain something, especially one based on general principles independent of the thing to be explained
    example: "Darwin's theory of evolution"

    People on this thread:"Let's just pretend these words mean the same thing."
     
  17. Hans Blaster

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    Since you didn't get it from my previous post...

    The Darwin Award is given (posthumously) to those whose mind-numbingly dumb actions remove them from the gene pool and thereby prevent their bad (idiot) genes from propagating. Natural selection at work.
     
  18. AV1611VET

    AV1611VET BELIEVE IN MIRACLES Supporter

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    I got it the first time.

    Darwin's mind-numbingly dumb act of marrying his first cousin removed six of his ten children from the gene pool and thereby prevented their bad (idiot) genes from propagating. Natural selection at work.

    The only thing different I see is that the Darwin Award is posthumous.

    Incidentally, do Buddhists who self-immolate qualify for the Darwin Award?
     
  19. myst33

    myst33 Well-Known Member

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    4 children are still more than most of us will ever have ;-)
     
  20. AV1611VET

    AV1611VET BELIEVE IN MIRACLES Supporter

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    That's true! You gotta point there!
     
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