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20 points which show evolution is not science

Discussion in 'Evolution Vs. Creationism' started by MiniBoglins, Nov 10, 2010.

  1. angellous_evangellous

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    He's a Christian as cabinintheforest, and many posts are verbatim that appear here.

    A liar and a fraud I see.
     
  2. MiniBoglins

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    I see. So you're also cabinintheforest and casseterides and cassiterides ? You just basically spam this crap all over the internet then?

    my only username is this one and cabin. cassiterides is my brother hes YEC and a well known debater on the internet. I agree with some of his opinions but we have completley different views for the most part.
     
  3. Revoltingest

    Revoltingest Greased up & ready for action!
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    Makes sense to me.

    Humorous anecdote time:
    My father & I were arguing about an aspect of engineering some years back. At one point, he tried to argue from authority, telling me that he
    had such & such a degree! I countered by saying that I had the same degree in the same field from the same university. Priceless moment.
     
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  4. angellous_evangellous

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    Tell me, Miniboglins,

    Why were you compelled to lie about your faith? It seems to me that you want us to think that because a Hindu believes in Creationism that it has more merit? And he uses AiG of all things?

    And I suspect that the "Atheists believing Creationism" is the same type of charade?

    Why not just be yourself and approach the matter honestly? Is there anything inside of you other than dishonesty?
     
  5. The_Evelyonian

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    How much longer shall we play this game?
     
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  6. angellous_evangellous

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    Yeah, which ones? You're a Christian and he's a Christian?
     
  7. MiniBoglins

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    I have openly admitted i am a hindu on agnostic forums read over my thread at the bottom man has been on earth for billions of years. As mentioned cassiterides is my older brother he has been on many forums, hes a YEC. I do not hold those views. But he has written some good articles.
     
  8. angellous_evangellous

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    Whatever. You admitted that you were cabinintheforest, who is a Christian.

    Your credibility is completely lost. Best to fess up, correct yourself, and move on.

    This, by the way, is your last post on that thread:

     
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  9. MiniBoglins

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    i am not a christian. The vedas are my holy books. It's quite obvious from my posts i am not my brother.
     
  10. MiniBoglins

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    Cabinintheforest is not a christian. That is my username on agnostic forum.
     
  11. angellous_evangellous

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    Perhaps you should go back and read his posts.
     
  12. angellous_evangellous

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    The very unfortunate thing is that we've never seen a creationist who wasn't either incompetent, a liar, or a fraud and you've only reinforced that image. Congrats.
     
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    So you're plagiarizing your brother then?
     
  14. Dirty Penguin

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    You need to get a "real" understanding as to what the TOE says.

    Start with this basic...and I mean really basic one....

    An introduction to evolution

    Spend some time on that to get the basics.

    Try this one out...
    Influenza - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    April 2009 a novel flu strain evolved that combined genes from human, pig, and bird flu, initially dubbed "swine flu" and also known as influenza A/H1N1, emerged in Mexico, the United States, and several other nations.

    For kicks check him out. Not only is he a theist (Catholic) but a respected biologist giving an example of how we know evolution to be science and testable....
    [youtube]zi8FfMBYCkk[/youtube]
    YouTube - Ken Miller on Human Evolution
     
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    if you want to ban me go ahead and ban me. but it will be on your conscience not mine, becuase i have done nothing wrong, i am not my brother i do not know about any of those names you listed my brother would not of made any of those anyway except the cass account, those account names were silly i doubt anyone would create names like that. i am a uni student studying botany my life is in nature, evolution is not observable. you can probably tell this by my IP i am at a flower shows library in london write now. i am not interested in this anymore, if you want to pin lies on me that is up to you. But i am not cass, i am not a yec or a christian i am a hindu. I did not come here to argue, i came for a honest debate. if u want to pin lies onto me and my family to get me banend just becuase i am a creationist then that is up to u.as mentioned on agnostic forum i hardly can get to a computer only once every 1week if that or if im lucky on my friends laptop. if u wish to ban go ahead. my life is in nature. i have to go now anyway. if u ban me, then so be it. i leave with a pure conscience. and if anyone has indluged in dishonesty then it truely is down to the misunderstanding and false allegations that you have made, it does not help that i used the same article as my brother but oh well it was an article a good one which he wrote, truth is i am not my brother, that is the complete truth. i have nothing further to say here. go ahead and ban and delete my threads that would be easier instead of lies left up here that are untrue about me.byebye
     
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    The smell of banination in the morning?
     
  18. Dirty Penguin

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    I suggest you really get your stuff together because these folks here will smack you down if you told them you are a botanist and don't support the theory of evolution.

    Statement on Evolution, Botanical Society of America
    "Evolution represents one of the broadest, most inclusive theories used in pursuit of and in teaching this knowledge, but it is by no means the only theory involved. Scientific theories are used in two ways: to explain what we know, and to pursue new knowledge. Evolution explains observations of shared characteristics (the result of common ancestry and descent with modification) and adaptations (the result of natural selection acting to maximize reproductive success), as well as explaining pollen-ovule ratios, weeds, deceptive pollination strategies, differences in sexual expression, dioecy, and a myriad of other biological phenomena. Far from being merely a speculative notion, as implied when someone says, “evolution is just a theory,” the core concepts of evolution are well documented and well confirmed. Natural selection has been repeatedly demonstrated in both field and laboratory, and descent with modification is so well documented that scientists are justified in saying that evolution is true.



    Some people contend that creationism and its surrogate, “intelligent design,” offers an alternative explanation: that organisms are well adapted and have common characteristics because they were created just so, and they exhibit the hallmarks of intelligent design. As such, creationism is an all inclusive explanation for every biological phenomenon. So why do we support and teach evolution and not creationism/“intelligent design” if both explain the same phenomena? Are botanists just dogmatic, atheistic materialists, as some critics of science imply? Hardly, although scientists are routinely portrayed by creationists as dogmatic. We are asked, “Why, in all fairness, don’t we teach both explanations and let students decide?”
     
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    If you wrote the article, you would have written "my brother and I" for correct grammar...:rolleyes:
     
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    Lie... Overview of the E. coli long-term evolution experiment
    Lie... Overview of the E. coli long-term evolution experiment
    So what? If species never evolve then defining a species should be easy.
    Lie... Insect From the Underground | Natural History | Find Articles at BNET
    So what? It still happens no matter how it started. Plus your quote is a lie.. http://genetics.mgh.harvard.edu/szostakweb/publications/Szostak_pdfs/Budin_Ann_Rev_BP_2010.pdf
    Lie...
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    Lie... Overview of the E. coli long-term evolution experiment
    Lie... Insect From the Underground | Natural History | Find Articles at BNET
    Lie...Overview of the E. coli long-term evolution experiment
    Lie... see above.
    Lie..[​IMG]
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    weirdly incomplete and a lie... http://myxo.css.msu.edu/ecoli/overview.htmlNo one claims that mutation alone causes evolution.
    Lie... http://evolution.berkeley.edu/evosi...ciencemag.org/cgi/content/short/313/5795/1918
    Silly and weird... [​IMG]
    Soo...useful.... so useful not all whale species even have them.
    Oh Noes! you can only interpret scripture... ;)
    Plus the quotes... lies...
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    Actually they are discovered by "evolutionists" to be frauds and gotten rid of. They are no where near in number to creationist frauds that are still held up as gospel despite being proven fake. Creationist Frauds
    Searches for Noah's Ark - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Creationist Anti-Evolution Fraud Exposed at Dinosaur Valley Texas
    Archaeology Magazine - Hoaxes, Fakes, and Strange Sites
    Sillyness... Archeopteryx -> Bird= Oh Noes a missing link!... Archeopteryx -> Confuciusornis -> Bird = Oh Noes Two Missing Links!
    Plesiadapiformes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Synapsid Classification & Apomorphies
    In particular critters like Tetraceratops
    Fish to Amphibian Transition
    Acanthodii - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    See above
    I don't know of any reconstructions done on single teeth. This "problem" is dishonest. Surprise :rolleyes:
    Bwahahaha :biglaugh:

    wa:do
     
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