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Author Topic:   Creationist experiment to prove the possibility of Noah's ark
Dr Adequate
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Message 28 of 115 (507942)
05-09-2009 5:19 AM
Reply to: Message 26 by Doubletime
05-09-2009 3:11 AM


It didnt evolve. It adapted.

What distinction are you trying to draw?

The cats stayed cats for eternity and will never become dogs.

That's what the theory of evolution says.


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Message 32 of 115 (508033)
05-10-2009 2:38 AM
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05-10-2009 1:54 AM


Well as far as the 25,000 insect specie thingie they can not mate. Because they are not made to mate with ech other so they never mate at all. But, Im sure you could take sperm from 1 species plant it in another and get a hybrid.

This is an odd thing to be sure of.

Presumably you are equally sure that you couldn't cross chimps and humans that way, because humans are ... special.

Here we can clearly see the enormous gulf between them.

But crossing this and this ...

... you're sure it's feasible?

Well, at last we have a testable prediction in creationism. Why don't you give it a try, let us know how you get on?


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Message 108 of 115 (718240)
02-05-2014 6:30 PM
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02-05-2014 6:23 PM


There are tax payer funded monuments to evolution (museums) in every major city in the world. Just sayin.

Yes. Hooray!


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Message 109 of 115 (718241)
02-05-2014 6:38 PM


Watch This Space
We'll find out tomorrow if the whole project is going to collapse.

Story here.

A Northern Kentucky theme park to be built around a full-scale replica of Noah’s Ark may sink unless investors purchase about $29 million in unrated municipal bonds by Feb. 6.

In December, the city of Williamstown issued taxable debt for affiliates of the Christian nonprofit Answers in Genesis, data compiled by Bloomberg show.

Even though $26.5 million of securities have been sold, the project needs to sell at least $55 million in total to avoid triggering a redemption of all the bonds ...

This could be a bad week for Ken Ham.


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Message 112 of 115 (718286)
02-05-2014 11:32 PM
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02-05-2014 10:23 PM


Yeah, education is bad. Museums are very sinister, they have fossils in, fossils made by Satan to lead the devout astray. And as for libraries, they contain books. With facts in them, the devil's tool!

And the taxpayers have to pay for this filth, even though by an overwhelming majority they elected the Ignorance Party on a platform of making everyone stupid ... oh wait, they didn't. But, my dear Jaf, they could. They elect the people who decide how their money should be spent. They could vote for the closure of museums and the burning of books if they wanted to. I guess they don't, but feel free to start a political party and find out.


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Message 114 of 115 (718338)
02-06-2014 8:54 AM
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02-06-2014 12:37 AM


Could we see some evidence of this claim?

... oh, wait, you're a creationist.

Back in the real world, the Louvre isn't a library. It's an art gallery.

Edited by Dr Adequate, : No reason given.


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