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2014-06-08 06:20:08 PM
Billions of 6000 years of the evolution creation of the universe geocentric planetary system, viewed in time lapse of less than 6 minutes.

/FTFY
 
2014-06-08 06:25:38 PM
1 minute for every thousand years should be enough
 
2014-06-08 07:10:33 PM

Darkwing: Billions of 6000 years of the evolution creation of the universe geocentric planetary system, viewed in time lapse of less than 6 minutes.

/FTFY


Peter von Nostrand: 1 minute for every thousand years should be enough



How is your fedora fitting today, my good sir?
 
2014-06-08 07:18:11 PM
13 billion years of evolution

Not to be picky semantically, but there's only been 4 billion years, tops. On Earth at least.
 
2014-06-08 07:20:25 PM
Well, that was cool.

Thanks, Submitter for the input!
 
2014-06-08 07:22:40 PM
i.dailymail.co.uk
 
2014-06-08 07:24:22 PM
 
2014-06-08 07:25:30 PM

fusillade762: 13 billion years of evolution

Not to be picky semantically, but there's only been 4 billion years, tops. On Earth at least.


The evolution of the Universe, not of life on Earth.
 
2014-06-08 07:26:13 PM
Now ive seen everything
 
2014-06-08 07:29:02 PM

Peter von Nostrand: 1 minute for every thousand years should be enough


And how many hours are you willing to watch?
 
2014-06-08 07:30:44 PM
I know I'm preaching to the choir here but one question that's never been answered is what about the farking stars? We know what the speed of light is, even religious nuts can't dispute that. An we know how far away the stars are, so how do even the young earth lunatic explain all the stars out there?IS it the devil again?
 
2014-06-08 07:32:08 PM
will there be more cosmos episodes after this year?
 
2014-06-08 07:32:23 PM
I'm working on a 5-minute version that will blow that right out of the water
 
2014-06-08 07:33:27 PM

Mugato: I know I'm preaching to the choir here but one question that's never been answered is what about the farking stars? We know what the speed of light is, even religious nuts can't dispute that. An we know how far away the stars are, so how do even the young earth lunatic explain all the stars out there?IS it the devil again?


If you're taking about the time needed by light to cross interstellar space to reach us, often in excess of 6,000 years, the Creatards simply say that God formed the light "in transit" to reach us in time. Another bit of evidence for the Prankster God.
 
2014-06-08 07:34:00 PM

buckler: Mugato: I know I'm preaching to the choir here but one question that's never been answered is what about the farking stars? We know what the speed of light is, even religious nuts can't dispute that. An we know how far away the stars are, so how do even the young earth lunatic explain all the stars out there?IS it the devil again?

If you're taking about the time needed by light to cross interstellar space to reach us, often in excess of 6,000 years, the Creatards simply say that God formed the light "in transit" to reach us in time. Another bit of evidence for the Prankster God.


He's quite a cut up.
 
2014-06-08 07:34:10 PM
"talking", sorry.
 
2014-06-08 07:34:19 PM

buckler: Peter von Nostrand: 1 minute for every thousand years should be enough

And how many hours are you willing to watch?


I believe in the big bang. Jesus spoke and... what were we talking about again?
 
2014-06-08 07:34:38 PM

fusillade762: 13 billion years of evolution

Not to be picky semantically, but there's only been 4 billion years, tops. On Earth at least.


We already got that timelapse in the opening credits of Dilbert.
 
2014-06-08 07:35:54 PM

machoprogrammer: Darkwing: Billions of 6000 years of the evolution creation of the universe geocentric planetary system, viewed in time lapse of less than 6 minutes.

/FTFY

Peter von Nostrand: 1 minute for every thousand years should be enough


How is your fedora fitting today, my good sir?


I'm at work. They only allow us to wear department issued hats
 
2014-06-08 07:37:21 PM

Peter von Nostrand: I believe in the big bang. Jesus spoke and... what were we talking about again?


"So then Yeshua says, 'Who is this Jesus prick, and why do I keep getting his mail?'"
 
2014-06-08 07:37:40 PM
Yet the climate change is definitely caused by humans
 
2014-06-08 07:38:54 PM
Sheesh. Anyone have any idea which of the billion and a half scripts on that website I have to allow to get the video to play? I hate websites like that...
 
2014-06-08 07:39:53 PM

HaywoodJablonski: Yet the climate change is definitely caused by humans


I...huh? What does that have to do with anything?
 
2014-06-08 07:40:03 PM

HaywoodJablonski: Yet the climate change is definitely caused by humans


Yeah, and?
 
2014-06-08 07:42:08 PM

MuonNeutrino: Sheesh. Anyone have any idea which of the billion and a half scripts on that website I have to allow to get the video to play? I hate websites like that...


Dear god, nevermind. That guy's voice is incredibly annoying. O.o
 
2014-06-08 07:48:12 PM

HaywoodJablonski: Yet the climate change is definitely caused by humans


i0.kym-cdn.com
 
2014-06-08 07:48:32 PM

buckler: Mugato: I know I'm preaching to the choir here but one question that's never been answered is what about the farking stars? We know what the speed of light is, even religious nuts can't dispute that. An we know how far away the stars are, so how do even the young earth lunatic explain all the stars out there?IS it the devil again?

If you're taking about the time needed by light to cross interstellar space to reach us, often in excess of 6,000 years, the Creatards simply say that God formed the light "in transit" to reach us in time. Another bit of evidence for the Prankster God.


They've got a bit more sophisticated than that. They claim that the speed of light, passage of time and measurement of distances is all subjective and nobody can prove they've always been constant so anything could have happened. Or more simply, the usual Creationist mantra of "They could be wrong, so we're probably be right".
 
2014-06-08 07:50:22 PM

Mugato: I know I'm preaching to the choir here but one question that's never been answered is what about the farking stars? We know what the speed of light is, even religious nuts can't dispute that. An we know how far away the stars are, so how do even the young earth lunatic explain all the stars out there?IS it the devil again?


Starlight problem

WARNING - Link goes to Conservapedia. NSFSanity.
 
2014-06-08 07:51:43 PM

whatshisname: buckler: Mugato: I know I'm preaching to the choir here but one question that's never been answered is what about the farking stars? We know what the speed of light is, even religious nuts can't dispute that. An we know how far away the stars are, so how do even the young earth lunatic explain all the stars out there?IS it the devil again?

If you're taking about the time needed by light to cross interstellar space to reach us, often in excess of 6,000 years, the Creatards simply say that God formed the light "in transit" to reach us in time. Another bit of evidence for the Prankster God.

They've got a bit more sophisticated than that. They claim that the speed of light, passage of time and measurement of distances is all subjective and nobody can prove they've always been constant so anything could have happened. Or more simply, the usual Creationist mantra of "They could be wrong, so we're probably be right".


I've been familiar with that tactic, but I always found it to be even more retarded than the one I referenced. I just sort of am amused by watching them grasp at straws, like a drowning man grasping at seaweed and algae as he goes under.
 
2014-06-08 07:52:33 PM

fusillade762: Mugato: I know I'm preaching to the choir here but one question that's never been answered is what about the farking stars? We know what the speed of light is, even religious nuts can't dispute that. An we know how far away the stars are, so how do even the young earth lunatic explain all the stars out there?IS it the devil again?

Starlight problem

WARNING - Link goes to Conservapedia. NSFSanity.


Conservapedia is my favorite humor site.
 
2014-06-08 07:52:34 PM

Darkwing: Billions of 6000 years of the evolution creation of the universe  geocentric planetary system, viewed in time lapse of less than 6 minutes.

/FTFY


I really hope that's not the next "thing" that the Creationists latch onto...
 
2014-06-08 07:54:18 PM

grumpfuff: fusillade762: Mugato: I know I'm preaching to the choir here but one question that's never been answered is what about the farking stars? We know what the speed of light is, even religious nuts can't dispute that. An we know how far away the stars are, so how do even the young earth lunatic explain all the stars out there?IS it the devil again?

Starlight problem

WARNING - Link goes to Conservapedia. NSFSanity.

Conservapedia is my favorite humor site.


I'd be willing to look, but your link is busted, man.
 
2014-06-08 07:56:16 PM

buckler: grumpfuff: fusillade762: Mugato: I know I'm preaching to the choir here but one question that's never been answered is what about the farking stars? We know what the speed of light is, even religious nuts can't dispute that. An we know how far away the stars are, so how do even the young earth lunatic explain all the stars out there?IS it the devil again?

Starlight problem

WARNING - Link goes to Conservapedia. NSFSanity.

Conservapedia is my favorite humor site.

I'd be willing to look, but your link is busted, man.


I didn't link. Just go to Conservapedia and hit "View Random Page." Some of the funniest shiat ever.
 
2014-06-08 07:57:23 PM

Mugato: We know what the speed of light is, even religious nuts can't dispute that. An we know how far away the stars are, so how do even the young earth lunatic explain all the stars out there?


It's not the correct question. The account in Genesis is the beginning of the Jewish race. There were already others out there or Cain couldn't have found a wife. One can assume the rest of the human race started then, but it doesn't say either way.
It doesn't say that a Day of God's Creation equals an earth 24 hour day either.
 
2014-06-08 07:57:49 PM
When did Fark become all about bashing on other's beliefs?  I dont even see any creationists jumping in, yet more than half the discussion is creationist bashing.  I am not a creationist, but I figure live and let live.
 
2014-06-08 08:01:08 PM

grumpfuff: buckler: grumpfuff: fusillade762: Mugato: I know I'm preaching to the choir here but one question that's never been answered is what about the farking stars? We know what the speed of light is, even religious nuts can't dispute that. An we know how far away the stars are, so how do even the young earth lunatic explain all the stars out there?IS it the devil again?

Starlight problem

WARNING - Link goes to Conservapedia. NSFSanity.

Conservapedia is my favorite humor site.

I'd be willing to look, but your link is busted, man.

I didn't link. Just go to Conservapedia and hit "View Random Page." Some of the funniest shiat ever.


Gotcha. Looking now, thanks.
 
2014-06-08 08:01:32 PM

fusillade762: Mugato: I know I'm preaching to the choir here but one question that's never been answered is what about the farking stars? We know what the speed of light is, even religious nuts can't dispute that. An we know how far away the stars are, so how do even the young earth lunatic explain all the stars out there?IS it the devil again?

Starlight problem

WARNING - Link goes to Conservapedia. NSFSanity.


Wow, that's just...nevermind. I actually have a childhood friend who makes a shiatload of money in anesthesiology who believes this shiat. I don't know if he believes this shiat exactly but he is a young earther. And he watches you while you sleep and are under the knife.
 
2014-06-08 08:07:31 PM

Saluki222: When did Fark become all about bashing on other's beliefs?  I dont even see any creationists jumping in, yet more than half the discussion is creationist bashing.  I am not a creationist, but I figure live and let live.


These people want to decide what children get taught in school and get laws passed based on their delusions. They don't want to "live and let live" so why should we?
 
2014-06-08 08:09:28 PM
Where did all the gunk that made the materials necessary for the big bang come from? And if that gunk was accidentally formulated from some other gunk, where did THAT gunk come from? In other words, where did the 60 gazillion year old building materials come from? I asked my 3rd grade teacher this question back in 1966, and I've still yet to receive a logical answer. Seriously, just curious.
 
2014-06-08 08:11:55 PM

bigpeeler: Where did all the gunk that made the materials necessary for the big bang come from? And if that gunk was accidentally formulated from some other gunk, where did THAT gunk come from? In other words, where did the 60 gazillion year old building materials come from? I asked my 3rd grade teacher this question back in 1966, and I've still yet to receive a logical answer. Seriously, just curious.


We don't know. That doesn't mean that the universe is 6,000 years old.

/might as well ask where God came from and who made him
 
2014-06-08 08:14:13 PM

HaywoodJablonski: Yet the climate change is definitely caused by humans


You either watched Cosmos on weed first or 10/10. Either way, well done.
 
2014-06-08 08:23:51 PM
Can't find the original, but this video is a edited-and-voiced-over version of something already released a couple months ago.
 
2014-06-08 08:28:01 PM

bigpeeler: Where did all the gunk that made the materials necessary for the big bang come from? And if that gunk was accidentally formulated from some other gunk, where did THAT gunk come from? In other words, where did the 60 gazillion year old building materials come from? I asked my 3rd grade teacher this question back in 1966, and I've still yet to receive a logical answer. Seriously, just curious.


We dont know the source of the big bang, but it does not require magic. Your question is unclear. Define "Gunk." Do you mean energy? The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle has you covered with quantum fluctuations.
 
2014-06-08 08:31:22 PM

bigpeeler: In other words, where did the 60 gazillion year old building materials come from?


One theory, but check out the big brane on Brad...

http://www.dailygalaxy.com/my_weblog/2012/08/our-universe-a-result-o fa -collision-of-two-3-d-worlds-the-ekpyrotic-model.html
 
2014-06-08 08:31:57 PM

fusillade762: These people want to decide what children get taught in school and get laws passed based on their delusions. They don't want to "live and let live" so why should we?


I've been saying that for years.  Most social conservatives hate democracy and want a modern day David to rule as a Divine King instead. The few historical examples I've read of this says it always turns out really really badly.

I tend to think those that have had the most positive effects on society approach the task like a potter, gently molding thing with a deft touch. Not smashing what exists with a hammer. See Communism, Fascism, etc. For that reason I tend to fear social conservatives as a group.
 
2014-06-08 08:34:22 PM

Mugato: fusillade762: Mugato: I know I'm preaching to the choir here but one question that's never been answered is what about the farking stars? We know what the speed of light is, even religious nuts can't dispute that. An we know how far away the stars are, so how do even the young earth lunatic explain all the stars out there?IS it the devil again?

Starlight problem

WARNING - Link goes to Conservapedia. NSFSanity.

Wow, that's just...nevermind. I actually have a childhood friend who makes a shiatload of money in anesthesiology who believes this shiat. I don't know if he believes this shiat exactly but he is a young earther. And he watches you while you sleep and are under the knife.


I went to the creation museum here outside of San Diego, and they have a think tank of "experts." These guys get paid to think of crazy shiat not specifically addressed by current science to justify doctrine. What I've never quite understood is how they want interpretation to stay the same (even though Christian interpretation has changed over the years), but they want the observable to be different. Wouldn't it be easier the other way around? Wouldn't it make more sense if the biblical flood is a story of a regional flood that destroyed Noah's known world, and the wicked in it and not EVERYTHING. Wouldn't it make more sense if God's creation was the big bang and these "days" are metaphorical since it would be hard to explain to a person 4,000 years ago just what a billion years was or the exacting processes of the actual creation of the universe, that the people of the time had no way observe or test.

/I noticed they didn't have an archaeologist at that museum, and was wondering how much they pay
//will sellout for cash
 
2014-06-08 08:38:56 PM

pedobearapproved: Mugato: fusillade762: Mugato: I know I'm preaching to the choir here but one question that's never been answered is what about the farking stars? We know what the speed of light is, even religious nuts can't dispute that. An we know how far away the stars are, so how do even the young earth lunatic explain all the stars out there?IS it the devil again?

Starlight problem

WARNING - Link goes to Conservapedia. NSFSanity.

Wow, that's just...nevermind. I actually have a childhood friend who makes a shiatload of money in anesthesiology who believes this shiat. I don't know if he believes this shiat exactly but he is a young earther. And he watches you while you sleep and are under the knife.

I went to the creation museum here outside of San Diego, and they have a think tank of "experts." These guys get paid to think of crazy shiat not specifically addressed by current science to justify doctrine. What I've never quite understood is how they want interpretation to stay the same (even though Christian interpretation has changed over the years), but they want the observable to be different. Wouldn't it be easier the other way around? Wouldn't it make more sense if the biblical flood is a story of a regional flood that destroyed Noah's known world, and the wicked in it and not EVERYTHING. Wouldn't it make more sense if God's creation was the big bang and these "days" are metaphorical since it would be hard to explain to a person 4,000 years ago just what a billion years was or the exacting processes of the actual creation of the universe, that the people of the time had no way observe or test.

/I noticed they didn't have an archaeologist at that museum, and was wondering how much they pay
//will sellout for cash


You have to remember, the 6,000 year-old date has no Biblical background. These people are literally outraged because people are contradicting something their Bible doesn't even say. It would be like me getting mad because the internet had no porn.
 
2014-06-08 08:47:23 PM
Darkwing:

/FTFY
Billions of 6000 years of the evolution creation of the universe geocentric planetary system, viewed in time lapse of less than 6 minutes.

epic Boobies troll.
I love it.
You win
 
2014-06-08 09:10:23 PM

fusillade762: 13 billion years of evolution

Not to be picky semantically, but there's only been 4 billion years, tops. On Earth at least.


The entire process of the universe as a whole itself, is evolution.

Since the Big Bang almost 14 billion years ago, it's only been evolution from matter/energy evolving to stars forming elements necessary for life to the emergence of mind to more deeper and subtle depths of mind.
We are the universe looking at itself. Our consciousness is the consciousness of the universe. The universe is self-aware through us.

Most 'fate of the universe' theories do not take into account the still evolving nature of the universe, specifically the emerging nature of consciousness, which is an epoch itself. It's astonishing to consider the progression of mind even within the last 100,000 years (the question of advanced life in the universe is puzzling, there are solid debates for it being common or rare). Scientist/futurist Ray Kurzweil believes even the emergence of technology can be considered to be an extension of evolution of the universe, through us.
 
2014-06-08 09:33:21 PM

grumpfuff: pedobearapproved:

I went to the creation museum here outside of San Diego, and they have a think tank of "experts." These guys get paid to think of crazy shiat not specifically addressed by current science to justify doctrine. What I've never quite understood is how they want interpretation to stay the same (even though Christian interpretation has changed over the years), but they want the observable to be different. Wouldn't it be easier the other way around? Wouldn't it make more sense if the biblical flood is a story of a regional flood that destroyed Noah's known world, and the wicked in it and not EVERYTHING. Wouldn't it make more sense if God's creation was the big bang and these "days" are metaphorical since it would be hard to explain to a person 4,000 years ago just what a billion years was or the exacting processes of the actual creation of the universe, that the people of the time had no way observe or test.

/I noticed they didn't have an archaeologist at that museum, and was wondering how much they pay
//will sellout for cash

You have to remember, the 6,000 year-old date has no Biblical background. These people are literally outraged because people are contradicting something their Bible doesn't even say. It would be like me getting mad because the internet had no p ...


Well the 6,000 year old thing seems like a repeatable experiment. Go back to a known time and count backwards though the generations that the bible lists. Plus it was printed in the side notes on King James edition Bibles.

And funny enough the big bang theory was put forward by a Catholic priest.
 
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