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Message 139 of 372 (418475)
08-28-2007 11:21 AM
Reply to: Message 137 by Refpunk
08-28-2007 10:42 AM

Re: 'Out of Bedrock' theory
Your error is in claiming that anyone who finds bones in the dirt and calls them anything he wants to call them, makes it true.

You can't tell the difference between a chicken bone and a beef bone just by looking?

Really? You can't? Oh, you can?

Then why the hell is it so surprising that people who study bones for a living can do the exact same thing, only to a greater degree of specificity and to more different kinds of bones?

When you see the medical examiner on CSI determine cause of death from marks on bones, do you think that they're railroading some innocent dude? Or don't you accept in that context that the study of bones can actually tell us true things about what happened when the owner of the bones was alive?

Since the whole goal of evolutionists is to deny God, then they don't even CONSIDER other more rational alternatives to what those skulls and bones could be.

Flood stories were disproved by Christians in the 19th century. Today, even the Pope accepts the scientific model of evolution, along with about half of all Americans.

Are you trying to tell me that the Pope is in the business of denying God? That half of all Americans are atheists?

Don't be stupid, ok?

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Message 151 of 372 (418547)
08-28-2007 10:04 PM
Reply to: Message 147 by Refpunk
08-28-2007 8:41 PM

Re: 'Out of Bedrock' theory
Sorry, but I heard about the giant tsunami on the Science Discovery Channel and then again on the History cChannel. So it absolutely did come from scientists.

Try not to be naive. Scientists don't write TV shows. TV show writers and producers write TV shows.

You're talking about channels that have shows about ghosts, for Christ's sake. Why didn't that indicate to you that the History Channel isn't a reliable source for the views of scientists?

You really have no idea what you're talking about, do you?

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Message 153 of 372 (418549)
08-28-2007 10:43 PM
Reply to: Message 152 by Refpunk
08-28-2007 10:39 PM

Re: 'Out of Bedrock' theory
The Science Channel introduces these scientists and explain where they got their degrees.

What scientists? Which degrees?

Which show was this?

"Cuz some science guy said so on TV" doesn't rise to any sort of standard of proof.

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