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Jman
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And so it begins...
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www.marryanamerican.ca

My only requirements are that you are female, hot, have a lot of cash, and low expectations.

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Why is it that other cultures, say the Incans or the Indians, have origin myths while the creation is treated like science?
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Creationism is how it all (we) got started, so why shouldn't it be taught?

-MK

edit: maybe the world would be a better place, less filled with evil people and idiots within our own borders too, if people learned some goodness...

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Show me ANYTHING that has truly started--not CHANGED from existing matter or energy, but actually STARTED--and I'll agree that SOMETHING started.

Until then, NOTHING has started, it's always been here.

All those people that ask, "Where did we come from? Where did it all begin? What was there BEFORE the big bang?" All the wrong questions. We came from shit that was already here. We didn't "begin", because nothing began. Before the big bang everything was there that's here now, it was just different.

Things change. They don't begin, and they don't end. People SEE things begin and end, only because they don't comprehend the changes being made. All tricks of the eye. Just like people used to think garbage "produced" rats. They were wrong then and they're wrong now. When people start asking the right questions, they'll start figuring out the right answers.

As for creationism... Kinda torn on that one. Yes, the bible is God's word and law, but it's written by the hands of men. It's God's word and law interpreted by ALMOST cavemen. Some passages and ideas appear completely intact. Others are skewed to varying degrees and make as much sense. Then you have those that are essentially correct, but are interpreted incorrectly by today's readers (like the fruit from the tree of the knowledge of good & evil--it wasn't knowledge, it was knowledge of good & EVIL. That's what made God mad. Before that, we had no concept of evil. After that, we were fucked. But today's readers seem to interpret that as all knowledge being evil. If they're dumb enough to believe that, it's their bad.)

God's word is "written on our hearts & bones". Even the bible admits that. I'm not saying stop reading it, I'm just saying take it with a grain of salt. Put things up to the common sense test. If it doesn't sound right, it probably isn't. THINK about it, use that stuff he "wrote on your hearts & bones". He WANTS you to think. He MADE you to think. If he wanted an army of thought-less, stupid grunts... Oh, wait, we are stupid, aren't we?

Nevermind. (Hope you got the message, tho.)

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GRANTSBURG, Wisconsin (AP) -- School officials have revised the science curriculum to allow the teaching of creationism, prompting an outcry from more than 300 educators who urged that the decision be reversed.

Wisconsin is a blue state. Therefore, Kerry voters are morons.

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Aren't they both unproven theories? Who's to say one is more likely than the other?

That said, I find evolution fascinating.
~Uiru

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Which is exactly why these people are trying to get creatonism taught along side evolutionism, becuase though it is supposed to be taught as a scientific theory, most students are taught it and think it is the absolute truth. I personally believe in both, in that I believe all breeds of dogs probably had a common ancestor, not that dogs evolved from a rock or a banana or pond scum.

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I now believe life on earth is via extra terrestial design. It makes more sense than creation anyway. Intelligent design I can buy, but creation makes as much sense as the "whole world on a turtle's back" theory.

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also this:

The theory of evaporation and the theory of giraffism

The Kansas Board of Education voted today to eliminate mandatory teaching of the theory of evaporation from schools across the state. Most scientists believe that water and other liquids are spontaneously converted by so-called evaporation into the form of a gas, and carried off into the atmosphere. This, they say, is the explanation behind sudden disappearances of water all across the state. Many non-scientists, however, stand by the widely accepted theory that a lovable invisible two-headed thirsty blue giraffe named Clarence is responsible for the disappearances. The two theories, evaporation and Giraffism, will now be taught on a more equal footing to school-children across Kansas.

Parents are pleased, saying that Giraffism is easier to understand and far more comforting to small children. "There's nothing happy about evaporation," says Frank Nubbins, father of Jason, 6, and Sue Ellen, 4. "Clarence the giraffe is blue, and he's lovable. You can't say that about evaporation, that's for sure. I love my children." "Nobody has ever adequately explained evaporation," says Dr. Harold Thumper, of the Kansas Board of Education. "With evaporation, we're expected to imagine that water just disappears, all by itself, with no rhyme or reason. That's ridiculous." Clarence the lovable invisible two-headed blue giraffe, on the other hand, is always thirsty, an explanation which is simple and obvious. He has a well-established presence in children's literature. "Every culture on the planet," says Dr. Thumper "has a story about giraffes, or thirstiness, or lovable blue things. Most of these have happy, happy endings. My children just love these stories. But I challenge you to find a single good story about evaporation."

The theory of evaporation is getting a dry reception in academia these days. At leading universities including Harvard, Stanford, Kansas State University and MIT, it's impossible to find a single professor of Evaporation on the faculty. "What's the point?" says Gwen O'Malley, dean of the Harvard Medical School. "It's not exactly a good career move to spend your life trying to explain evaporation to people."

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SEPERATION OF CHURCH AND STATE

Oh, sorry, did I say that out loud?

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quote:
Originally posted by Uiru:
Aren't they both unproven theories? Who's to say one is more likely than the other?

That said, I find evolution fascinating.
~Uiru

There is a lot of scientific evidence backing up the Theory of Evolution. That's why it's a scientific theory. There is no scientifically valid "Theory of Creationism".

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quote:
Originally posted by Rysto:
quote:
Originally posted by Uiru:
Aren't they both unproven theories? Who's to say one is more likely than the other?

That said, I find evolution fascinating.
~Uiru

There is a lot of scientific evidence backing up the Theory of Evolution. That's why it's a scientific theory. There is no scientifically valid "Theory of Creationism".
Then WHERE the fuck did we come from!?
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For someone as smart as you are, you're a pretty stupid guy, MK.
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quote:
Originally posted by spunman:
Until then, NOTHING has started, it's always been here.

I agree. Sounds really christian too, btw.

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quote:
Originally posted by MK:
Then WHERE the fuck did we come from!?

I've always agreed with the line of reasoning that says it's pointless to add another level of creator to explain away the unknown.

For example, you cannot accept that the universe has always been "here", but you believe that God has? How is that any different, really?

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Because God is an all-knowing, all-powerful being, and I'm more willing to believe that I guy like that can have existed forever, than for some dust particles to have come into existance out of absolutely nothing. Sure, it's still stretch, but that is what faith is for. So who would you rather put your faith in, a supreme being, or a dust particle?
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I'm pretty sure they'd take the dust particle, just to be contrary.

If evolution was a scientific fact, like I'm pretty sure evaporation is, it wouldn't still be called a theory.

I still think it's possible that both can be true.
~Uiru

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They taught creationism in my highschool biology class. It went like this: creationism is not scientific in any way, shape, or form; moving on to evolution...

My teacher also went on to explain how anyone that tried to tell you that there is scientific evidence of creationism is an idiot. Unfortunately the evolution curricullum was pretty poor and I didn't learn much. I learned so much more reading the Evolution thread here. [Frown]

It's public education, we lose either way.

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JohtoMaster: ...come into existance out of absolutely nothing.
Exactly what I was talking about. Nothing ever has come into existance out of nothing. Nothing has begun or ended. So why assume ANYTHING has EVER come into existance out of nothing? We live less than a measly century, on average, and the idea of infinity is pretty difficult to grasp, but try to stick with us here.

That being said, the next four years is a piddly amount of time to worry about, so I'm refusing to worry about anything. I'll be setting traps tonight, though. 'Sama's giraffe ain't getting any of MY damned water anymore, and I'll be eatin' good for weeks. That is, uh, so long as blue giraffe's're good eatin'. Anyone know?

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quote:
Originally posted by JohtoMaster:
So who would you rather put your faith in, a supreme being, or a dust particle?

It's not about who you'd rather put your faith in, it's about which is more likely.

I would like to believe that there is an afterlife in which Attlee is still PM and I can eat chocolate biscuits all day, but believing something simply because you want it to be true is absurd.

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Ok, I've been lurking a good long while, but this topic has dragged me out. Evolution is my pet subject.

quote:
Originally posted by Uiru:
If evolution was a scientific fact, like I'm pretty sure evaporation is, it wouldn't still be called a theory.

First, there's no such thing as "just a theory". The label "theory/theorem" is the highest level of proof something can reach. (It's about the same as fact, but fact suggests something trivial to me. Bleh, semantics.)

Examples: Pythagoras' Theorem, Chinese Remainder Theorem, the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra/Calculus/etc.

Where you use the word "theory", you mean a conjecture, which is basically an idea that looks good, could be true but is as yet unproven.

Granted, these examples are mathematical proofs, which are a different kind of proof than physical ones, but the principle still stands. The Theory of Evolution is named so because it is generally accepted to be true, and there is nothing else which explains as much as it does, or as well.

Now, Creationism. Creationism is NOT a theory, because it fails one of the most basic requirements: to be falsifiable.

Take Evolution again, if we found just one species that didn't share any possible ancestry with anything on Earth, it would raise doubts about the theory as a whole. So even in the absence of such species (everything we know of is related to everything else in some way), Evolution could be shown false.

Now, Creationism. If something comes up that is contrary to the accepted theory, it is just incorporated in with the words "Oh, God made it so". Example: the fossil record directly contradicts the creation story of the bible, but it's ok, because God just put them there to fool us silly atheists. (Similar to Freud and his love your mother, etc. Unfalsifiable, as any contradictory behaviour is twisted into something that fits, with appropriate penis symbolism.)

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So who would you rather put your faith in, a supreme being, or a dust particle?

It seeems we have two distinct ideas for the creation of the Universe and all that, the Big Bang and Evolution, or a supreme being did the lot (I'll ignore the always-been-here one for now).

On the one hand, we have a Universe built from the bottom up, from dust particles as you say, and on the other, we have one built from the top down, by a supreme being. While both raise plenty questions, the latter brings up the question "Where did this supreme being come from?" Well, we could invent another, more supreme being to create him, but then where did he come from? And so on.

I always thought the far more satisfying answer was the bottom up approach, which descibes a Universe with no need for any supreme beings, and while a Big Bang seems pretty unlikely, it seems more likely than the alternative. To paraphrase Hume, I'll reject the greater miracle.

Ok, I'm going to stop. I spent way too long on that as it is.

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In summary:

This country is based on seperation of church and state (this fact is often overlooked) and you cannot say the theory of creationism is scientific in nature. Its origins and its wide-spread use is for religious purposes. I am an agnostic and do not deny the possibility of such an event but creationism can't be accepted as anything else other than a possibility.

Additionally, as many have said, there is absolutely no scientific evidence that creationism ever happened, other than through the hearsay of some religious zealots some thousands of years ago thrown in a book used for religious purposes.

The theory of evolution, however, is easily able to be backed up with scientific facts and proof and is widely accepted by many.

The teachers don't want to teach it; the kids already hear it from their respective religion outlets if they want to (or in many cases have to) hear it. Its unnecessary and cuts into valuable class time which can be better spent teaching facts rather than possibilities.

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For those who were asking about whether science (in the form of the theory of evolution) is compatible with religion, an analogy makes it easier to understand:

Creationism. God goes to the pool table, racks up the balls, and announces which pocket each ball will go into. He then picks up a ball at a time in His hand, and drops it into the pocket he predicted.

God and science. God goes to the pool table, racks up the balls, and announces which pocket each ball will go into. He grabs a cue stick, and, without even looking, whacks the cue ball. It hits the other balls, each of which goes into the corner predicted in the order He called them.

In other words, it isn't even difficult to reconcile religion and science, if you believe God to be competent. In fact, the correct Christian perspective is that the universe is the word of God, the direct word, unfiltered by the need to make it understandable to mere humans. There is room for argument about how evolution works ("How much is natural selection, vs apparently random destruction?", for instance), but to disbelieve evolution at this point requires a belief that the fossil record lies, or, at least, deliberately misleads. This requires the Creator of the fossil record to be a Liar, which needless to say, is a profoundly un-Christian belief.

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quote:
Originally posted by Niall Blair:
On the one hand, we have a Universe built from the bottom up, from dust particles as you say, and on the other, we have one built from the top down, by a supreme being. While both raise plenty questions, the latter brings up the question "Where did this supreme being come from?" Well, we could invent another, more supreme being to create him, but then where did he come from? And so on.

I always thought the far more satisfying answer was the bottom up approach, which descibes a Universe with no need for any supreme beings, and while a Big Bang seems pretty unlikely, it seems more likely than the alternative. To paraphrase Hume, I'll reject the greater miracle.

Well, for the first part, the Christian explanation doesn't require someone to have created God. He has existed forever. There is no need for a supreme being to create a supreme being. God is not governed by the rules of the universe, time and space.

For the second part, I guess it's just a difference of opinion. I find the "top down" approach much more satisfying, believing that life is something precious and a gift, not an accident with no purpose what so ever.

In the end, that's really what the choice comes down to. Even if die and discover (or not, the case being) that life is all there is to existence, Christianity comforts me in the troubling times, and its not like being a Christian has really stopped me from doing the things I want, besides sleeping in on Sunday mornings. And though this is one of the worst arguements to cause belief in God, if evoutionists are correct, then when we die, we all cease to exist, but if Christians are right, we go to heaven, and you go to hell. Like I said, belief in God should not be based on a fear of going to hell, but it is still a concept that remains.

The point is, we will never agree with the other person, because to do so would be to deny what we have considered to be the very core of all existance, and that is not something done easily, and can surely not be accomplished over an Internet Pokémon board.

Ah, what the hell [PBJ Time!] .

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There's a difference between a mathematical theorem and a scientific theory. A theorem in math has been proven, but a scientific theory has not. That really doesn't say very much, though. A scientific theory can be tested, and has a great deal of scientific evidence in favour and no scientific evidence to contradict it. When an ignorant person asks, "If they're so sure about it, why do they only call it a theory", the proper response is to remind them that most things in science are "only theories", like the Theory of General Relativity or the Theory of Gravity.

As an aside, this debate has cropped up on another board that I frequent. One poster's argument: "What's the difference between a book written in 20 B.C. and a fossil from 20 B.C.?" I weep for the future.

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quote:
Originally posted by Rysto:
There's a difference between a mathematical theorem and a scientific theory. A theorem in math has been proven, but a scientific theory has not. That really doesn't say very much, though. A scientific theory can be tested, and has a great deal of scientific evidence in favour and no scientific evidence to contradict it. When an ignorant person asks, "If they're so sure about it, why do they only call it a theory", the proper response is to remind them that most things in science are "only theories", like the Theory of General Relativity or the Theory of Gravity.

Actually, not MOST things, but ALL things in science, and I'm pretty sure mathematics, are theories. The fact is that nothing in science can ever be proven beyond all doubt. If anyone tells you about the "Law" of gravity, they're lying. You can test something a million times, but if on the millionth and one test something different happens, it's immediately discredited. Nothing can ever be proven, only disproven.

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You can prove a mathematic theorem. Of course, to do so, you have to start from some basic postulates(ie assumptions).

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So "a" can be any value?
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Any scientific statement starts with assumptions as well (ie, that we exist, that what we are observing exists).

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Then WHERE the fuck did we come from!?
Does it matter?

Creationism is not science; it has no evidence. Evolution is science, and it has tons of evidence.

Theory of Gravity, Theory of Plate Tectonics, Theory of Continental Drift...

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I would like the subject of this topic to deviate into a discussion about boobies.

What annoys me about boobies is that it's so hard to strike a balance. You want them to be jiggling up and down when a girl bounces on top of you but you often have to make a fatty concession in order to achieve this.

There is something almost satisfying about a skinny bird whose tits don't move at all during the process but then again you do want something to grab onto.

Personally I'm not entirely bothered about size as long as they move a bit. It seems that some okay sized breasts just seem to have minimum movement anyway while smaller ones can ping around like nobody's business at the drop of a hat.

I think when you get right down to it it's just the luck of the draw. They are so varied in size and consistency that you just have to thank your lucky stars when a good set is jiggling around on top of you. It makes for great viewing.

Discuss.

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OK, I know I'm probably not the nicest Pokemon Trainer when it comes to giving advice, and if I get flamed on this, it is probably well deserved. So here goes...

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Dweedle
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mmm boobs

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the only way to get pass this will be to commit suicune

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DoomMullet
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I'm not very picky when it comes to boobs. Most of my girlfriends have been pretty petite, and not flat, but not much there. It never bothered me, I'm prefer a shapely ass to a set of huge boobs any day.

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What kind of a fuckass fuck of a bumfuck shithole town is this?

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Zerot
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My girlfriend right now is a high A.

I rather like it like that.

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Boodabonzi: It makes for great viewing.

Agreed.

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Work hard! Welfare depends on you.

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I was never a fan of ass... until my girlfriend came along. Hello. Of course, the boobs are good too. Bouncy bounce bounce.
~Uiru

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AFRO NOOOOOOO!!!

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I approve very highly of the direction this thread has taken. Now, growing up in Europe, boobs, and even full-body nudity are nothing new to me. Unfortunately, they don't even catch my attention as much as the "average American" seated next to me. Yet, the female form is STILL a VERY beautiful thing, clothed or not. ALL of the female form, including the boobs. So, since I like girls very much, I also LOVE boobs.

Too big, you get a fat girl (or they're fake, YUK). Too flat, they don't DO anything. I like them small, but not flat.

Please, don't minde me, continue the discussion. It's VERY entertaining.

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moogleman
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Large A/small B is where it's generally at.
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Boodabonzi
like a virgin
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I have only ever witnessed one pair of Bs that move to the desired extent.

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OK, I know I'm probably not the nicest Pokemon Trainer when it comes to giving advice, and if I get flamed on this, it is probably well deserved. So here goes...

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Anthrax
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my girlfriend has big boobs

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She told The Associated Press she first realized her son was mentally ill in 1996 when he killed her oldest child, a 25-year-old woman who suffered from cerebral palsy, by beating her with a dumbbell.

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post pics pls
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quote:
Originally posted by Mr. K:
post pics pls


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Boodabonzi
like a virgin
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Man, fucking beauty pair last night, kind of slightly pointy like Mena Suvari's in American Beauty. Just about the right amount of jiggle as well. Fucking awesome stuff.

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OK, I know I'm probably not the nicest Pokemon Trainer when it comes to giving advice, and if I get flamed on this, it is probably well deserved. So here goes...

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