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2012-04-25 02:41:21 PM

colon_pow: Ctrl-Alt-Del: Mikey1969: Alright, will someone sum this up?

Sure:

1) Jerome Corsi is a tool
2) Bob Unruh is a gullible moron and a mindless hack.
3) colon_pow is either anencephalic or a threadshiatiing troll

Any other questions?

because i did a google search on abiotic oil and got 900,000 hits in 0.24 seconds.
ok, sorry, didn't mean to threadshiat.


900,00 hits? Really? Oh my, well that certainly makes your opinion well considered. So tell me, oh wise and knowledgeable Google Hit Results Scholar - what do you think on the topic of the moon being made of green cheese? Because I just got "About 2,360,000 results (0.35 seconds)" on that subject from Google, so it must be a viewpoint to be taken seriously, amirite?

Ctrl-Alt-Del: And if we're really lucky, this brain damaged simpleton will do it with smug sarcasm and Argument By Implication rather than actually stating outright that they actually believe this stupid horseshiat.


colon_pow: do carry on, you brave men of knowledge and wisdom.


Your honor, the defense rests
 
2012-04-25 02:41:35 PM
well answer me this? why is the sun making everything hot when its so small and the moon is HUGE!
 
2012-04-25 02:41:42 PM

Mikey1969: Martian_Astronomer: What I find interesting about the abiotic oil people and young-earth creationists and the "Tesla discovered free energy" loons is that not only do they believe really crazy stuff that feeds their worldview, it's that all of these fields actually consist of numerous layers of wrongness which are taken as a package deal without anyone noticing.


The worst part of the Tesla people is that they take away from the truly amazing stuff he actually did, instead making people waste time focusing on the myth.


Yeah, that's a real tragedy. There's a lot of verifiable things he did that are near enough to farking magic (like real, working wireless energy transmission); every free energy twit just makes it that much less likely that the real important work he did will continue to get the attention it deserves.
 
2012-04-25 02:42:39 PM
WND never ceases to amaze me.

Just when I thought they couldn't get any stupider . . .
 
2012-04-25 02:43:41 PM

Ctrl-Alt-Del: colon_pow: Ctrl-Alt-Del: Mikey1969: Alright, will someone sum this up?

Sure:

1) Jerome Corsi is a tool
2) Bob Unruh is a gullible moron and a mindless hack.
3) colon_pow is either anencephalic or a threadshiatiing troll

Any other questions?

because i did a google search on abiotic oil and got 900,000 hits in 0.24 seconds.
ok, sorry, didn't mean to threadshiat.

900,00 hits? Really? Oh my, well that certainly makes your opinion well considered. So tell me, oh wise and knowledgeable Google Hit Results Scholar - what do you think on the topic of the moon being made of green cheese? Because I just got "About 2,360,000 results (0.35 seconds)" on that subject from Google, so it must be a viewpoint to be taken seriously, amirite?

Ctrl-Alt-Del: And if we're really lucky, this brain damaged simpleton will do it with smug sarcasm and Argument By Implication rather than actually stating outright that they actually believe this stupid horseshiat.

colon_pow: do carry on, you brave men of knowledge and wisdom.

Your honor, the defense rests


I just get 13,500,000 results for aliens eating children.

HOLY SHIAT YOU GUYS.
 
2012-04-25 02:43:55 PM

Gyrfalcon: chuckufarlie: VJStinger: sigh... I see its time to bust out this old gem again:

[i1091.photobucket.com image 500x608]
This "logic" simply amazes me.

/also makes me ashamed to be of the same species.

that is amazingly stupid but I have seen environmentalists using the "same" basic argument. I have been told that we are wasting water that cannot be replaced.

Nice try, but the water is still there, just that humans and other carbon-based life forms can't safely drink it. But thanks for playing!


I know that the water is still there. But the idea that it is not safe to drink is just plain stupid.
 
2012-04-25 02:44:10 PM
I was curious exactly how stupid you have to be to ask this question, so I devised the following test:

Step 1: Type "how is oil formed" into Google.
Step 2: Click "I'm feeling lucky".

Huh, my browser window was suddenly showing an explanation of how oil forms that doesn't require technical knowledge and makes it clear why the dinosaur shiat is a stupid question in under four sentences. It even specifically mentions that dinosaurs aren't generally sources of oil explicitly.

I'm pretty sure that's literally the lowest bar for research humanly possible and indicates that this guy is not just figuratively retarded, but literally retarded, as most of the special-ed kids I used to teach could manage to click the first Google result quite proficiently.
 
2012-04-25 02:44:41 PM

Ctrl-Alt-Del: colon_pow: Ctrl-Alt-Del: Mikey1969: Alright, will someone sum this up?

Sure:

1) Jerome Corsi is a tool
2) Bob Unruh is a gullible moron and a mindless hack.
3) colon_pow is either anencephalic or a threadshiatiing troll

Any other questions?

because i did a google search on abiotic oil and got 900,000 hits in 0.24 seconds.
ok, sorry, didn't mean to threadshiat.

900,00 hits? Really? Oh my, well that certainly makes your opinion well considered. So tell me, oh wise and knowledgeable Google Hit Results Scholar - what do you think on the topic of the moon being made of green cheese? Because I just got "About 2,360,000 results (0.35 seconds)" on that subject from Google, so it must be a viewpoint to be taken seriously, amirite?

Ctrl-Alt-Del: And if we're really lucky, this brain damaged simpleton will do it with smug sarcasm and Argument By Implication rather than actually stating outright that they actually believe this stupid horseshiat.

colon_pow: do carry on, you brave men of knowledge and wisdom.

Your honor, the defense rests


Seven million results for creationism.

91 million results for alchemy.

There you have it, alchemy is more scientific than creationism.
 
2012-04-25 02:44:49 PM

Diogenes: #2, you offered nothing but a link. No argument, not attempt to reason or persuade, no effort on your part at all. F.


Because Argument By Implication allows for the later defense of "I was just asking questions" or "I was just posting links that looked interesting. I never claimed that I believe this stuff" when your moronically stupid position is utterly demolished.
 
2012-04-25 02:45:36 PM

Ctrl-Alt-Del: colon_pow: Ctrl-Alt-Del: Mikey1969: Alright, will someone sum this up?

Sure:

1) Jerome Corsi is a tool
2) Bob Unruh is a gullible moron and a mindless hack.
3) colon_pow is either anencephalic or a threadshiatiing troll

Any other questions?

because i did a google search on abiotic oil and got 900,000 hits in 0.24 seconds.
ok, sorry, didn't mean to threadshiat.

900,00 hits? Really? Oh my, well that certainly makes your opinion well considered. So tell me, oh wise and knowledgeable Google Hit Results Scholar - what do you think on the topic of the moon being made of green cheese? Because I just got "About 2,360,000 results (0.35 seconds)" on that subject from Google, so it must be a viewpoint to be taken seriously, amirite?

Ctrl-Alt-Del: And if we're really lucky, this brain damaged simpleton will do it with smug sarcasm and Argument By Implication rather than actually stating outright that they actually believe this stupid horseshiat.

colon_pow: do carry on, you brave men of knowledge and wisdom.

Your honor, the defense rests



I just got about 259,000,000 results (0.36 seconds) doing a search for "Michael Jackson was white." I think we're on to something.
 
2012-04-25 02:46:07 PM

BMulligan: chuckufarlie: I have seen environmentalists using the "same" basic argument. I have been told that we are wasting potable water that cannot be readily replaced.

This is more likely what those environmentalists are trying to say, and they're right. While water is extraordinarily common, potable water makes up only a tiny, tiny part of the total volume and is replaced slowly once consumed, in the ordinary course of the hydrologic cycle. Perhaps the people you heard simply misspoke, or perhaps you didn't hear them correctly.

Also, why the scare quotes around "same?"



It always amazes me when I meet a person who is so intelligent that he/she knows better what I heard that I do. You should be proud of your asshat behavior.
 
2012-04-25 02:46:28 PM
Turning and turning in the widening gyre
The falcon cannot hear the falconer;
Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold;
Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world,
The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere
The ceremony of innocence is drowned;
The best lack all conviction, while the worst
Are full of passionate intensity.

Surely some revelation is at hand;
Surely the Second Coming is at hand.
The Second Coming! Hardly are those words out
When a vast image out of Spiritus Mundi
Troubles my sight: a waste of desert sand;
A shape with lion body and the head of a man,
A gaze blank and pitiless as the sun,
Is moving its slow thighs, while all about it
Wind shadows of the indignant desert birds.

The darkness drops again but now I know
That twenty centuries of stony sleep
Were vexed to nightmare by a rocking cradle,
And what rough beast, its hour come round at last,
Slouches towards Bethlehem to be born?
 
2012-04-25 02:46:35 PM

Virulency: well answer me this? why is the sun making everything hot when its so small and the moon is HUGE!



More importantly, how can the moon change its size and shape seemingly at will??
 
2012-04-25 02:46:50 PM

Ctrl-Alt-Del: Because Argument By Implication allows for the later defense of "I was just asking questions" or "I was just posting links that looked interesting. I never claimed that I believe this stuff" when your moronically stupid position is utterly demolished.


colon_pow: i posted a link, there sparky. i'm not claiming to have settled the science.


You're like a walking, talking crystallization of Bad Faith Arguments Made Flesh
 
2012-04-25 02:46:53 PM

Aarontology: Codenamechaz: Aarontology: Good God, these people are dumber than a bag of rocks.

Sir, my bag of rocks takes offense to your remarks.

My apologies. I didn't mean to offend.


You're doing it wrong. It's supposed to be, "I'm sorry if you feel offended by what I said even though what I said is true and there's no reason why I should apologize for it."
 
2012-04-25 02:47:23 PM

Martian_Astronomer: all of these fields actually consist of numerous layers of wrongness which are taken as a package deal without anyone noticing.


I think that's a prerequisite to get to the craziest levels of ideas, like the one in TFA. You start with something wrong and/or crazy "oil is infinite", "Genesis is true", "we can pull magic free energy out of nothing", etc. Once you've accepted that that MUST be true, you start deciding what else must be true based on the original bullshiat idea.

Well, since oil is infinite, it must be because it is being created abiotically. Since oil is being created abiotically, there must be at least one instance of someone figuring this out in a lab. Since someone figured it out, they must have been silenced. Then there's a few question marks, some has a Eureka! moment, and, all of a sudden, the Nazis knew how the secret to endless free oil. It makes a sort of twisted sense if you pretend that the initial assumption is proven.
 
2012-04-25 02:47:32 PM

Lord_Baull: I just got about 259,000,000 results (0.36 seconds) doing a search for "Michael Jackson was white." I think we're on to something.


Hold on there sparky, I don;t think the science is actually settled on that one yet
 
2012-04-25 02:47:34 PM

Raoul Eaton: chuckufarlie: VJStinger: sigh... I see its time to bust out this old gem again:

[i1091.photobucket.com image 500x608]
This "logic" simply amazes me.

/also makes me ashamed to be of the same species.

that is amazingly stupid but I have seen environmentalists using the "same" basic argument. I have been told that we are wasting water that cannot be replaced.

Not at all the same argument. Within a given watershed or aquifer it is entirely possible to use up virtually all of the potable water before it can be replenished. This point is quite different from the ridiculous "proof" of young-earth creationism.


thus the use of the quotation marks around the word same.
 
2012-04-25 02:47:50 PM

chuckufarlie: I know that the water is still there. But the idea that it is not safe to drink is just plain stupid.


Ummmm, you DO know that you can't drink seawater, right? It's called "unsafe" to drink, therefore it's not safe to drink.

Of course, if you want to drink it, go right the fark ahead, but please setup a webcam of the event, we'll tune in a few hours after you start subsisting on only seawater for your hydration.
 
2012-04-25 02:49:18 PM

Ctrl-Alt-Del: Lord_Baull: I just got about 259,000,000 results (0.36 seconds) doing a search for "Michael Jackson was white." I think we're on to something.

Hold on there sparky, I don;t think the science is actually settled on that one yet



I was just asking questions.
 
2012-04-25 02:49:34 PM

Jim_Callahan: Step 1: Type "how is oil formed" into Google.


"they need to do way instain dinosaurs"
 
2012-04-25 02:49:38 PM

TabASlotB: chuckufarlie: VJStinger: sigh... I see its time to bust out this old gem again:

[i1091.photobucket.com image 500x608]
This "logic" simply amazes me.

/also makes me ashamed to be of the same species.

that is amazingly stupid but I have seen environmentalists using the "same" basic argument. I have been told that we are wasting water that cannot be replaced.

"Wasting" water can certainly happen, brainiac. Just because there is global recycling of water molecules doesn't mean that localized overuse and pollution of freshwater sources, for example, isn't "wasting" a valuable resource. It can take millennia to re-fill aquifers; desalination and waterway remediation are expensive and energy-intensive.

If any environmentalist has ever made the case to you that "wasted water" disappears from the face of the earth, they deserve a slap upside the head. It seems more likely to me that you're just an astonishingly stupid person.


Your ignorance is fantastic. How any idiot can make the statements that you have in this post is amazing.
 
2012-04-25 02:50:16 PM

Ctrl-Alt-Del: Ctrl-Alt-Del: Because Argument By Implication allows for the later defense of "I was just asking questions" or "I was just posting links that looked interesting. I never claimed that I believe this stuff" when your moronically stupid position is utterly demolished.

colon_pow: i posted a link, there sparky. i'm not claiming to have settled the science.

You're like a walking, talking crystallization of Bad Faith Intelligent Design Arguments Made Flesh



Funny, how that works either way.
 
2012-04-25 02:50:53 PM

Yakk: Secret Nazi oil production miles under the earth? Sounds legit.

[nathan-lee.com image 533x400]


I wouldn't doubt it.

Little known fact.
In the 1930's the Nazis developed Photoshop and the Photoshop technique that Obama tried to use to fake his birth certificate. The U.S government had actually recovered the research for Photoshop shortly after the fall of Berlin, but buried it, along with this secret Nazi oil producing technology, as they didn't want this technology available to the general public. However when the government decided to release Photoshop in 1990 the technique that Obama had used to fake his birth certificate had been long forgotten about until an ex KGB agent, who is now an Obama operative, had dug it up in 2006 and used it to create Obama's birth certificate.

So the moral here is never put anything past the Nazis.

/Oh yeah, the secret computer software of the Nazis, including this insidious Photoshop plot, will be exposed in Corsi's next book.
 
2012-04-25 02:50:56 PM
If the Nazis discovered a way to create oil without drilling for it, then why did they go the the whole bother of invading the Caucasus to get to the oil there?

If there is a way to recreate the conditions from thousands of feet under the earth and create oil without geological times involved, then wouldn't that machine also need something as a source of energy to create the pressure and heat?

If I know that Jerome Corsi is an ignorant asshat who just tries to sell books and has no interest in actual facts, why do I bother responding?
 
2012-04-25 02:51:09 PM

Mikey1969: chuckufarlie: that is amazingly stupid but I have seen environmentalists using the "same" basic argument. I have been told that we are wasting water that cannot be replaced.

The water still exists, part of the problem is that it evaporates in location 'A', and falls as precipitation in location 'X'. Also, a lot of it ends up in the ocean, which is undrinkable. Add to that the amount that we have polluted, and I'm sure you can see where this is going. Waste water in Phoenix, it ends up falling as rain somewhere else and eventually winding its way to the ocean, where it is undrinkable. Either way, it's not in Phoenix anymore, and so they pull it from somewhere else, and so on.


no kidding???? (read aloud with MASSIVE amounts of sarcasm)
 
2012-04-25 02:51:41 PM

Some 'Splainin' To Do: hillbillypharmacist: HOW DID PEOPLE EVOLVE FROM MONKEYS, BUT THERE ARE STILL MONKEYS??

My father actually uses that argument.

I try to explain that it's exactly the same way that poodles are descended from wolves, but it just doesn't penetrate.


Try this:

"Dad, since you are the grandson of your cousin, why do you still have a cousin?"

Ideally, he will answer "I'm not the grandson of my cousin, I'm the grandson of my grandfather, and my cousin is the grandson of the same person."

Then you can say "it's just like that, only on a larger scale."

/Of course if he replies "Hmmm...that's a darn good question!" then you'll understand why he is a creationist.
 
2012-04-25 02:52:46 PM

chuckufarlie: BMulligan: chuckufarlie: I have seen environmentalists using the "same" basic argument. I have been told that we are wasting potable water that cannot be readily replaced.

This is more likely what those environmentalists are trying to say, and they're right. While water is extraordinarily common, potable water makes up only a tiny, tiny part of the total volume and is replaced slowly once consumed, in the ordinary course of the hydrologic cycle. Perhaps the people you heard simply misspoke, or perhaps you didn't hear them correctly.

Also, why the scare quotes around "same?"


It always amazes me when I meet a person who is so intelligent that he/she knows better what I heard that I do. You should be proud of your asshat behavior.


That's fair enough. So the environmentalists that you heard weren't just talking about wasting potable water. That does raise a question, though -- were they telling you that we are wasting seawater, or that we are wasting sewage?
 
2012-04-25 02:52:48 PM
This article has all the components of Truth in it, but has anyone asked why, if the Nazis discovered the secret to infinite oil supplies, they felt compelled to ally with the Japanese?
 
2012-04-25 02:54:55 PM

LordJiro: Ctrl-Alt-Del: colon_pow: Ctrl-Alt-Del: Mikey1969: Alright, will someone sum this up?

Sure:

1) Jerome Corsi is a tool
2) Bob Unruh is a gullible moron and a mindless hack.
3) colon_pow is either anencephalic or a threadshiatiing troll

Any other questions?

because i did a google search on abiotic oil and got 900,000 hits in 0.24 seconds.
ok, sorry, didn't mean to threadshiat.

900,00 hits? Really? Oh my, well that certainly makes your opinion well considered. So tell me, oh wise and knowledgeable Google Hit Results Scholar - what do you think on the topic of the moon being made of green cheese? Because I just got "About 2,360,000 results (0.35 seconds)" on that subject from Google, so it must be a viewpoint to be taken seriously, amirite?

Ctrl-Alt-Del: And if we're really lucky, this brain damaged simpleton will do it with smug sarcasm and Argument By Implication rather than actually stating outright that they actually believe this stupid horseshiat.

colon_pow: do carry on, you brave men of knowledge and wisdom.

Your honor, the defense rests

Seven million results for creationism.

91 million results for alchemy.

There you have it, alchemy is more scientific than creationism.


Actually, alchemy was a legitimate scientific pursuit for many centuries if not millennia. As one of the two great "false sciences", it formed the basis for chemistry, and required a genuine knowledge of the properties of various minerals and gasses as they could be understood at the time. So it's no wonder alchemy is more thoroughly grounded in science than creationism could ever be.

Just because alchemists were searching for the "philosopher's stone" doesn't mean they didn't use proper scientific methods to do it.
 
2012-04-25 02:55:00 PM

chuckufarlie: Raoul Eaton: chuckufarlie: VJStinger: sigh... I see its time to bust out this old gem again:

[i1091.photobucket.com image 500x608]
This "logic" simply amazes me.

/also makes me ashamed to be of the same species.

that is amazingly stupid but I have seen environmentalists using the "same" basic argument. I have been told that we are wasting water that cannot be replaced.

Not at all the same argument. Within a given watershed or aquifer it is entirely possible to use up virtually all of the potable water before it can be replenished. This point is quite different from the ridiculous "proof" of young-earth creationism.

thus the use of the quotation marks around the word same.


Uh oh. Is my sarcasm meter faulty today? If so, sorry.
 
2012-04-25 02:55:28 PM

Mikey1969: chuckufarlie: I know that the water is still there. But the idea that it is not safe to drink is just plain stupid.

Ummmm, you DO know that you can't drink seawater, right? It's called "unsafe" to drink, therefore it's not safe to drink.

Of course, if you want to drink it, go right the fark ahead, but please setup a webcam of the event, we'll tune in a few hours after you start subsisting on only seawater for your hydration.


desalination - look it up.

BTW it does not all end up immediately in the ocean. Since the statement was made that it was ALL undrinkable, why do you focus on seawater? There is a small stream on my cousin's land that is safe to drink. It comes down from the mountains.
 
2012-04-25 02:55:34 PM

Karac: If the Nazis discovered a way to create oil without drilling for it, then why did they go the the whole bother of invading the Caucasus to get to the oil there?


Because they were starting to run out of Jews?

/yeah, I know, I know, but it really is just a joke
 
2012-04-25 02:56:11 PM

Karac: If the Nazis discovered a way to create oil without drilling for it, then why did they go the the whole bother of invading the Caucasus to get to the oil there?

If there is a way to recreate the conditions from thousands of feet under the earth and create oil without geological times involved, then wouldn't that machine also need something as a source of energy to create the pressure and heat?

If I know that Jerome Corsi is an ignorant asshat who just tries to sell books and has no interest in actual facts, why do I bother responding?


i read something about that just a while ago. but it was on the internet... so it's magic beans.
 
2012-04-25 02:57:09 PM

VJStinger: sigh... I see its time to bust out this old gem again:

[i1091.photobucket.com image 500x608]
This "logic" simply amazes me.

/also makes me ashamed to be of the same species.


i have to pee...
 
2012-04-25 02:57:42 PM
Keep on repeating the pap you're so carefully fed by the Saudi part owner of Fox News, colon_pow.

Only Real AmericansTM permit their minds to be programmed.

Thinking what you are ordered to think by your superiors is FreedomTM
 
2012-04-25 02:57:47 PM

Gyrfalcon: Just because alchemists were searching for the "philosopher's stone" doesn't mean they didn't use proper scientific methods to do it.


Holy fark. It was a STONE? I always wondered why they had such a hard time finding a recipe for scones.

It makes so much more sense this way
 
2012-04-25 02:58:19 PM

chuckufarlie: Mikey1969: chuckufarlie: I know that the water is still there. But the idea that it is not safe to drink is just plain stupid.

Ummmm, you DO know that you can't drink seawater, right? It's called "unsafe" to drink, therefore it's not safe to drink.

Of course, if you want to drink it, go right the fark ahead, but please setup a webcam of the event, we'll tune in a few hours after you start subsisting on only seawater for your hydration.

desalination - look it up.

BTW it does not all end up immediately in the ocean. Since the statement was made that it was ALL undrinkable, why do you focus on seawater? There is a small stream on my cousin's land that is safe to drink. It comes down from the mountains.


Desalination takes huge amounts of energy to accomplish and it destroys the ocean, so it isn't an option on a large scale.
 
2012-04-25 02:58:32 PM

Raoul Eaton: chuckufarlie: BMulligan: chuckufarlie: I have seen environmentalists using the "same" basic argument. I have been told that we are wasting potable water that cannot be readily replaced.

This is more likely what those environmentalists are trying to say, and they're right. While water is extraordinarily common, potable water makes up only a tiny, tiny part of the total volume and is replaced slowly once consumed, in the ordinary course of the hydrologic cycle. Perhaps the people you heard simply misspoke, or perhaps you didn't hear them correctly.

Also, why the scare quotes around "same?"


It always amazes me when I meet a person who is so intelligent that he/she knows better what I heard that I do. You should be proud of your asshat behavior.

That's fair enough. So the environmentalists that you heard weren't just talking about wasting potable water. That does raise a question, though -- were they telling you that we are wasting seawater, or that we are wasting sewage?


Wow! I thought your Boobies displayed an amazing level of stupidity. This one makes the first one border on genius. I have never met a person claiming that we are wasting seawater or sewage water. I never thought I would encounter somebody asking your questions.
 
2012-04-25 02:59:54 PM
idiocracy is happening.

with republicans venerating superstition and quashing science at every opportunity, it'll be interesting to see where test scores are in 30 years or so in red states versus blue states.

the funny thing is, the dumber these assholes get, the more they send their kind to congress, where you end up with genuine idiots like joe barton and steve king actually serving in the house of representatives. back in the old days, the electorate may have been moronic, but at least their representatives were from the intellectual elites.
 
2012-04-25 03:00:11 PM

ongbok: chuckufarlie: Mikey1969: chuckufarlie: I know that the water is still there. But the idea that it is not safe to drink is just plain stupid.

Ummmm, you DO know that you can't drink seawater, right? It's called "unsafe" to drink, therefore it's not safe to drink.

Of course, if you want to drink it, go right the fark ahead, but please setup a webcam of the event, we'll tune in a few hours after you start subsisting on only seawater for your hydration.

desalination - look it up.

BTW it does not all end up immediately in the ocean. Since the statement was made that it was ALL undrinkable, why do you focus on seawater? There is a small stream on my cousin's land that is safe to drink. It comes down from the mountains.

Desalination takes huge amounts of energy to accomplish and it destroys the ocean, so it isn't an option on a large scale.


I'm sorry, when do I mention doing anything on a large scale? You have broken the first rule of holes. Just bow out before you dig yourself in any deeper.
 
2012-04-25 03:00:18 PM

colon_pow: i read something about that just a while ago. but it was on the internet... so it's magic beans.


Awww, you want a tissue?
 
2012-04-25 03:00:24 PM

LordJiro:
Your honor, the defense rests

Seven million results for creationism.

91 million results for alchemy.

There you have it, alchemy is more scientific than creationism.



That's actually technically correct.
 
2012-04-25 03:00:48 PM
Well explane this to me then Einstines? Why is it that most of the oil reserves are not found in the areas are most of the fossils. If oil really came from dinosaurs then why are the bones found several feet below ground and the oil is found miles under the surface? And how the hell did dinosaurs get out into the water to form the oil that is in places like the Gulf of Mexico? Do you think they were bring dinosaurs over on slave ships that crashed or something? Seriously you have to be an idiot to believe the lie about this . The evidence in this article and common sense tells us otherwise. I would like to point out that all the liberals around here just attack WND and conservatives and not a single person argued with the facts outlined by Mr. Corsi.
 
2012-04-25 03:01:09 PM

chuckufarlie: no kidding???? (read aloud with MASSIVE amounts of sarcasm)


Too bad ou're too dense to understand how it's being wasted. Like I said, I'd love to see you use salt water as your primary water source and see how long you survive. No desalinization, nothing to alter it, since you don't believe it's "unsafe". straight seawater, also including any bacteria and pollutants that have decided to go along for the ride.
 
2012-04-25 03:01:35 PM

Kittypie070: Keep on repeating the pap you're so carefully fed by the Saudi part owner of Fox News, colon_pow.

Only Real AmericansTM permit their minds to be programmed.

Thinking what you are ordered to think by your superiors is FreedomTM


oh, hi Kitty. I don't think the saudi's would want anyone to be curious about abiotic oil, they would prefer everyone to believe it is a finite resource.
 
2012-04-25 03:04:16 PM

colon_pow: i read something about that just a while ago. but it was on the internet... so it's magic beans.



It seems that's your only way of getting information. Anything from the web to report on the ongoing birth certificate conspiracy?
 
2012-04-25 03:04:47 PM

Mikey1969: chuckufarlie: no kidding???? (read aloud with MASSIVE amounts of sarcasm)

Too bad ou're too dense to understand how it's being wasted. Like I said, I'd love to see you use salt water as your primary water source and see how long you survive. No desalinization, nothing to alter it, since you don't believe it's "unsafe". straight seawater, also including any bacteria and pollutants that have decided to go along for the ride.


why are you focusing on seawater? Is it because that is the only position that allows you to push your stupidity further?
 
2012-04-25 03:04:59 PM

chuckufarlie: ongbok: chuckufarlie: Mikey1969: chuckufarlie: I know that the water is still there. But the idea that it is not safe to drink is just plain stupid.

Ummmm, you DO know that you can't drink seawater, right? It's called "unsafe" to drink, therefore it's not safe to drink.

Of course, if you want to drink it, go right the fark ahead, but please setup a webcam of the event, we'll tune in a few hours after you start subsisting on only seawater for your hydration.

desalination - look it up.

BTW it does not all end up immediately in the ocean. Since the statement was made that it was ALL undrinkable, why do you focus on seawater? There is a small stream on my cousin's land that is safe to drink. It comes down from the mountains.

Desalination takes huge amounts of energy to accomplish and it destroys the ocean, so it isn't an option on a large scale.

I'm sorry, when do I mention doing anything on a large scale? You have broken the first rule of holes. Just bow out before you dig yourself in any deeper.


You are the one that brought up desalination when someone else brought up the fact that most of the water on this planet is saltwater and not fit for human consumption. Why would you bring up desalination?
 
2012-04-25 03:06:32 PM

Diogenes: This is just Corsi, mind you.

We have members of Congress who think each tree contains up to 40 barrels of oil.

Fark the chemistry - I don't get the physics of that one!


Is it the same one who thought that the island of Guam would tip over if there were too many military people stationed there?
 
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