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Huntard
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Message 30 of 271 (559341)
05-08-2010 5:41 PM
Reply to: Message 29 by Buzsaw
05-08-2010 5:30 PM


Re: Dino Serpents
Wow, that's some nice conjecture. You know what would make it really neat? Some friggin' evidence instead of wild made up ridiculous fairytales.

Seriously, this is the best you can come up with? Made up stuff? Pure friggin' magic? I can only assume you think us all complete retards, if you think this drivel will convince anyone with half a brain.... Sheesh...


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Huntard
Member (Idle past 1364 days)
Posts: 2870
From: Limburg, The Netherlands
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Message 63 of 271 (559429)
05-09-2010 2:15 PM
Reply to: Message 62 by Buzsaw
05-09-2010 1:56 PM


Re: Reptiles and Dinosaurs
Buzsaw writes:

By the same token, ToE is not evidence in itself perse. Evolution is the premise from which evolutionists extrapolate their interpretation of the observable evidence, i.e. their thesis. No?


No. Have you learned anything in your time here? The ToE is the best explanation for all the evidence we see, Buz. How many times do we have to tell you this?

Though I'm not up to date on responses, as yet, so far as I'm aware, none of you, my evolutionist friends have effectively refuted the co-existant/survival problem of yours, a problem which mine has a practical solution for.

Why would this be a problem for us, pray tell? Does anyone here say that if snakes coexisted with dinosaurs, they had to have died along with them as well? What a weird thing to claim, given the evidence is suggesting this is far from the case.

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Huntard
Member (Idle past 1364 days)
Posts: 2870
From: Limburg, The Netherlands
Joined: 09-02-2008


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Message 66 of 271 (559434)
05-09-2010 3:02 PM
Reply to: Message 65 by Buzsaw
05-09-2010 2:35 PM


Re: Reptiles and Dinosaurs
Buzsaw writes:

Huntard, that, have you learned anything here demeaning and blind asserted tune you're singing is all too often the evolutionist response to viable arguments of creationists.


And it always seems to be true as well, imagine that.

It's time you drop the hum drum old personal attack tune and stick to the debate tune of effective responses such as what we are required to sing.

Why? You're not showing any evidence. There's literally nothing to debunk, you haven't even shown anything. All that's left for me is to point out the rather obvious fact you have misrepresented science and evolution once again

Huntard, perhaps you should reread carefully what you responded to and get back to me on that. You're response makes no sense relative to my statement and needs some clarification.

Really? Allow me to break down your response:

Though I'm not up to date on responses,

Here, you say you haven't yet read all response in this thread. Ok, that's clear.

as yet, so far as I'm aware

Here you say the same thing twice, that you currently haven't. Well duh you said that in your initial sentence, no need to repeat it twice.

none of you, my evolutionist friends

You are now going to state something we have failed to do, in your eyes.

have effectively refuted the co-existant/survival problem of yours

This is the thing we failed to do, refute this so called "co-existant/survival problem" of ours.

a problem which mine has a practical solution for.

Here you say that you have a practical solution to the "co-existant/survival problem".

Now, My response to this was pointing out to you that we have no "co-existant/survival problem", since no one here claims it is a problem for snakes or other reptiles to have co existed with dinosaurs, and yet have survived the extinction event that led to the disappearance of the dinosaurs.

Clear enough for ya?


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Huntard
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Posts: 2870
From: Limburg, The Netherlands
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Message 110 of 271 (559683)
05-11-2010 4:06 AM
Reply to: Message 93 by IchiBan
05-10-2010 8:07 PM


Re: Reptiles and Dinosaurs
IchiBan writes:

Okay so it boils down to that you say it is so so it is so? Because that's what it looks like here.


Of course not. As you can see Buz is quite a long participant here on these boards. He's been in countless discussions about ToE and all related stuff, every time we've told him that the ToE is not a presupposition from which the evidence is interpreted, we have shown him how this is not the case, yet he chooses to say it again here. That's what I'm pointing out.

We don't do it like creationists do, who indeed use the method of saying "it is so so it is so".

Got anything useful to add to the discussion, by the way?


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Huntard
Member (Idle past 1364 days)
Posts: 2870
From: Limburg, The Netherlands
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Message 206 of 271 (560606)
05-16-2010 11:28 AM
Reply to: Message 204 by Buzsaw
05-16-2010 9:27 AM


Re: Reptiles and Dinosaurs
Buzsaw writes:

Please explain your blind assertion, Doc. Thanks.


It has been explained to you at least ten times now in this very thread that dinosaurs weren't the only group that went extinct in the K-T event.

In Dr. Adequate's case, he provided some examples in Message 151:

Dr. Adequate writes:

All extinct. All reptiles. None of them dinosaurs.


Will you finally own up to the fact that dinosaurs weren't the only group that went extinct in the K-T event, or will you continue to lie about it? Yes, lie, since you have been shown that you are wrong, yet continue to say this stuff anyway.

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