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Author Topic:   Embarrassed Creationist
Dr Adequate
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Message 66 of 69 (596229)
12-13-2010 9:39 PM
Reply to: Message 57 by BarackZero
12-13-2010 1:05 PM


Re: really?
Why don't you look up the Cambrian Explosion.

Why don't you say what mistake you want to make about it? We could all use a good laugh.

Then explain why there was yet another fraud when archaeologists faked a feathered flying lizard in China perhaps a decade ago.

They didn't. You are lying.

This is exactly what the OP is about. It must be profoundly embarrassing for any honest creationist to find himself on the same side as liars and frauds like you.

One of the most enduring of frauds was Haeckel's drawings. This fraud was perpetuated for over 100 years.

A more honest man would have said that it was intermittently successful for over 100 years.

Biologists should be ashamed of themselves, but instead, simply come up with flimsy excuses.

Biologists exposed Haeckel's blunders, omissions, and equivocations, and in return ungrateful and dishonest creationist morons who have never contributed anything to science snivel about how "biologists should be ashamed of themselves".

You guys wouldn't know that there was anything wrong with Haeckel's drawings if not for the fact that biologists, who, unlike you, know about biology, had spoonfed this fact to you. And instead of showing gratitude, you whine about them.

Small wonder that Vercingetorix is ashamed to share a religious dogma with people like you.

Edited by Dr Adequate, : No reason given.


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Dr Adequate
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Message 68 of 69 (596251)
12-14-2010 12:53 AM
Reply to: Message 67 by arachnophilia
12-14-2010 12:28 AM


Re: really?
To call it an error and to suggest a correction is to suppose that there is some sense in which one complete lie can nonetheless be more accurate than another.

It would not actually make that sentence more accurate if he substituted "paleontologists" for "archeologists" than it would if he substituted "a bucketful of tiny lemon-scented anteaters called Gerald".


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