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edge
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Message 80 of 177 (736195)
09-04-2014 11:34 PM
Reply to: Message 75 by Colbard
09-03-2014 6:57 AM


Job 38, talks about the foundations of the earth, what the earth is founded on, ...

And what would that be?

... that is, whatever is under it.

Then perhaps you can tell us what is under the earth.

And because the earth is a sphere, the texts are talking about what is in the earth, ..

So if a baseball is spherical, that tells you what is inside it?

Please explain.

... as well as the creative processes involved.

Okay, what does it actually say? What was the creative process?

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edge
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Message 130 of 177 (740173)
11-02-2014 10:57 AM
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11-02-2014 1:34 AM


Re: Not hollow, but...
It is no worry, because the interior of the earth cannot and will not be discovered. It can be known about, as in the past, but never uncovered or discovered.

And?

Do you have a point here?


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Message 154 of 177 (741375)
11-11-2014 9:54 PM
Reply to: Message 150 by Colbard
11-10-2014 7:37 PM


Re: Consuming interior
The Bible says about the interior, "it is turned up as with fire"
Religionists have immediately jumped onto that pagan wagon and gone the whole way calling it hell fire. But it says "AS with fire" in many other places it says that it is frozen or cold and so forth. That's because the energy or heat has been fully consumed or released into itself or back into the earth. Part of it will and can melt the rocks and even cause the recycling of the plates, like the tracks on earth moving equipment. the ocean bed shows that this happens all the time, causing continental drift.

Below the crust and all its hot and cold spots, is a state which is not hollow, but mimics partial solidity to varying degrees in different places. It is only an effect, and does not necessarily mean that the insides are as such. But if we were to be in it, we would turn into nothing.

The conditions of this force within, can be changed and caused to erupt, in which case whole mountain chains would disappear, islands would vanish, and there would be places where it the earth has deep cavities in the crust.

If the other force - the light went out off control, the earth would stop and spin in the other direction and reel around like a drunkard.

....


Please, tell my you are just making this up on your own. You don't have any mentors or any help, right? And there's actually nothing published. Is that correct? And please assure us that you are self-medicating.

If more than one person was even remotely involved with this, I'd be shocked.


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edge
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Message 157 of 177 (741426)
11-12-2014 10:39 AM
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11-12-2014 8:32 AM


Re: Consuming interior
And that makes it wrong?

No, it just makes me feel more secure that the world has not slid into insanity.

How many people would you need, that know what I have just posted, before it becomes true to you?

No number, but that wasn't the point. The point is that your ideas are not just an outlier, they are not even in this universe.

And no, I cannot say that you are wrong. I can't make any sense of what you wrote. It's all over the place with (probably un-Christian) mysticism and platitudes.

Do you have any support for your ideas, other than the fact that they represent what you want the truth to be?

Interesting isn't it, what you might base your truth on?

Yes, interesting and completely alien to you, I'm sure.

For instance, my 'truth' (whatever that is) is constrained by facts. For instance, there is no place on earth that looks like a mountain range just disappeared into a cavern; and if there is, you should, please, point it out to us.


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edge
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Message 164 of 177 (741658)
11-13-2014 4:05 PM
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11-10-2014 7:40 PM


Re: Re ancients
What you don't know, does not make what others know crap.

However, what we do know will suffice.

You are being unscientific.

No. Science is tough and failure to provide evidence is a fatal flaw. If you can't handle the requirements, you shouldn't play.

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Message 175 of 177 (741902)
11-15-2014 2:00 PM
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11-15-2014 9:01 AM


must have ignored it. That's rude and unfair.

Yes, when you ignore criticism, people tend to become rude.

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edge
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Message 177 of 177 (741980)
11-15-2014 11:49 PM
Reply to: Message 176 by Colbard
11-15-2014 8:45 PM


I was saying I was rude and unfair for ignoring it.

Actually, I kind of suspected that. The wording was odd.

If you're an American you would not understand self effacing humor, ...

Well, experience has shown that such nuance is well beyond the capability of most YECs, so while we understand it, any kind of humor from YECs is unexpected.

... your ego's are too big.

Kind of a generalization, don't you think? And what about the egos of YECs, of any nationality? Probably off-scale, eh?

Edited by edge, : No reason given.


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