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kid_icarus: One ACE textbook asks: "Are dinosaurs alive today? Scientists are becoming more convinced of their existence
Pocket Ninja: Nessie gives us hope.
xanadian: [www.visitnessie.org image 480x360]What fundamentalists may look like.
Pocket Ninja: It doesn't so much disprove evolution as it does prove evolution can be stopped. Which is important, since what evolution basically does is move humanity further away from God's image. This has been the major problem with evolution from the beginning, a fact that most evolutionists can't seem to understand. See, man was created (and do make note that the term is "created," not "evoluted") in God's image. Which means that man is just like God. But, you know, mortal. What evolution truly represents, then, is a further rendering of Man's ancient fall in the Garden of Eden, when Satan, the great tempter, offered Eve an apple that he promised would make her wiser and more aware. That would, in other words, evolve her past the already perfect mold into which she'd been cast. She took that first chance to evolve, unfortunately, and witness now everything that's happened since.You see, every "evolution" is simply another attempt by Satan to lure humanity further astray, further away from God's own blessed image. And not just humanity, but ALL of God's creation. Birds, elephants, tigers, you name it. Satan wants to turn the entire world from what it was into what he wants it to be, which is hell. An evolved hell. This is why so many experts refer to "evolution" as evilution. Because it is, at its most fundamental level, a movement toward evil. What Nessie represents, and what we can all take hope from, is that for thousands and thousands of years, this one creature has been swimming in the loch and has successfully resisted all of the great tempter's temptations. Nessie shows us that, in this corrupt world of fast money and loose morals and constant change, it is possible to stay true to yourself and resists the siren's lure of "evolution." Nessie gives us hope.
gilgigamesh: kid_icarus: One ACE textbook asks: "Are dinosaurs alive today? Scientists are becoming more convinced of their existenceI guess in fairness thus statement is actually an understatement: scientists are actually completely convinced that dinosaurs still exist today.Not for the reasons creationists would like to believe, of course.
kid_icarus: One ACE textbook asks: "Are dinosaurs alive today? Scientists are becoming more convinced of their existence. Have you heard of the 'Loch Ness Monster' in Scotland? 'Nessie' for short has been recorded on sonar from a small submarine, described by eyewitnesses, and photographed by others. Nessie appears to be a plesiosaur.""Cryptozoologists" aren't actually scientists.
HotWingConspiracy: Material on the course includes:Apartheid was beneficial to South Africa as segregated schools meant different heritages could be passed on to children
scavenger: Counterpoint: Samsquanch or Chaka
exick: Pocket Ninja: stuffLost it at evoluted.
the_sidewinder: Wonder what wharrrgarble Bevets might provide here
Mr. Coffee Nerves: I feel bad for the poor admissions official who has to read the Medical School applications written by students graduating from these high schools.
ksetany: Scientists showed long ago that there is a very low likelihood of a monster sized animal in Loch Ness.The Population Density of Monsters in Loch Ness. R. W. Sheldon and S. R. Kerr.Limnology and Oceanography , Vol. 17, No. 5 (Sep., 1972), pp. 796-798
ksetany: ksetany: Scientists showed long ago that there is a very low likelihood of a monster sized animal in Loch Ness.The Population Density of Monsters in Loch Ness. R. W. Sheldon and S. R. Kerr.Limnology and Oceanography , Vol. 17, No. 5 (Sep., 1972), pp. 796-798Actually I just reread the paper and they estimate a population size of 10-15 large animals in Loch Ness. Ooops, my memory failed me...
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