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imb4 flamewar and red thumbs from religious fags
wow this actually made it into the top100! Thanks alot people!
top60... well this was unexpected
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#659 - anonymous (01/06/2012) [-]
A bit of light humor definitely struck a lot more chords than it should have.

Although, I do feel we need more banter against atheists (as an agnostic atheist myself). The internet streams way more jokes on Christians. At least I see very few commenting on Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus, etc.

Closest I've seen so far was Bruce Almighty ignoring the literal signs God put in front of him before he crashed his crappy car on the lamppost. I want more of that in my life, so at least Christians don't feel like they're being judged as a bunch for the rotten apples. Feel free to fire at the angst-y teens who are determined to disprove god with questions they feel are useful. We have a few golden examples here lol.
#621 - anonymous (01/05/2012) [-]
User avatar #618 - swissdude (01/05/2012) [-]
"imb4"
BINGO!
#575 - anonymous (01/05/2012) [-]
For all of those people who are asking how the Big band happen here's an answer; which i hope it helps. Well there's a possibly that the big band was cause by nothing since before the Big band there was nothing it was just space with nothing in it. The evidence come from molecules the disappear and reappear without a cause and with that in mind scientist believe that big band was cause by nothing. And by the way i got all this info on by watching a program on the Discovery channel.
#605 to #575 - wingsisaac (01/05/2012) [-]
You're referring to the Uncertainty Principle. But the thing is, a law/principle like that couldn't have come from nothing, could it? I suppose you could assume that it did, but that's no less "crazy" than assuming that there was a creator.

Besides, a few randomly appearing particles can not account for a singularity of nearly infinite density resulting in our universe. And even then, why is there more matter than antimatter?
#586 to #575 - anonymous (01/05/2012) [-]
A reaction must be started by something if the big bang supposedly was caused by nothing then it never occured in the first place.

unless your talking about the big band yeah i thought they were good to although i heard they were caused by people getting together though
User avatar #557 - theguyishere (01/05/2012) [-]
Im catholic and I believe in evolution and the big bang
But being Catholic I believe something had to set the big bang in motion and that's where I believe some greater being had to of started it. I just cant wrap my head around it being a random event so I believe there is a God of some kind.

pinkieed downOH PEEfor his ignorance he shows in the description
User avatar #536 - playahater (01/05/2012) [-]
You know, I was going to explain why I believe this post is retarded, but the top comments already explained why.

This is why I love FJ, there's diversity and people actually realise that not all people of a certain group are the same.

You want to be an atheist, fine, be one. But don't bother people with your atheism with **** like "omfg religious people hate science and I'm so ******* smart and awesome".
#533 - slumberdonkey (01/05/2012) [-]
Anyone else Zionistic?
< Like this badass?
#564 to #533 - wingsisaac (01/05/2012) [-]
no becauth peepl hoa beliib in gawd are toopid duz dis meen ai emm thmartur dan einsteen?
no becauth peepl hoa beliib in gawd are toopid duz dis meen ai emm thmartur dan einsteen?
#660 to #564 - anonymous (01/06/2012) [-]
That is the creepiest gif I've seen in a very long time. I kind of want to steal it now...
User avatar #566 to #564 - slumberdonkey (01/05/2012) [-]
...we don't believe in "God" we believe in "A" god that created everything. You are not smarter than Einstein.
#572 to #566 - wingsisaac (01/05/2012) [-]
It was a super sarcastic and derogatory comment. Good work catching that.
User avatar #580 to #572 - slumberdonkey (01/05/2012) [-]
Oh i got it, but everything behind it was stupid as well.
#591 to #580 - wingsisaac (01/05/2012) [-]
As long as you can accept that I have my own belief, and you don't believe that faith is a result of mental retardation, we have no quarrel.

Now remind me, why are you doing this?
User avatar #594 to #591 - slumberdonkey (01/05/2012) [-]
Why am i doing what? Asking if there is anyone on this website with the same belief as me? Because i have never met anyone with the same belief as me.
#611 to #594 - wingsisaac (01/05/2012) [-]
Uh yeah, not entirely sure what I meant. Your whole reaction to my sarcastic comment (not the pokerface one) was a bit weird :|

Actually, from what you said on your other post in another part of this discussion, I think your belief might be very similar to... Oh what was it called. Deism or something - This is what Benjamin Franklin believed. It is the belief that an omnipotent being created our universe and species, but left it to fend for itself.

Not exactly what you said, but it's similar, I think.
#531 - bowservoltaire (01/05/2012) [-]
My best friend is gay and atheist.

I'm Christian.

And I still have to put up with this kind of ******** .
Seriously. Instead of "Religion" as a generalized whole, you could say fundamentalists, or thousands of other things.
#525 - cheffox (01/05/2012) [-]
I'm agnostic, so I can believe in what ever the 						****					 I want.
I'm agnostic, so I can believe in what ever the **** I want.
#545 to #525 - Midirr (01/05/2012) [-]
Not quite. An agnostic doubts the existence or non-existence of a higher being.
Eg.: "You can't prove God exist and you can't prove God doesn't exist."
This is the main idea that they live by.
Therefore you can't believe in whatever the **** you want because you can't prove that thing/deity exist. You can only question it's existence.
#568 to #545 - cheffox (01/05/2012) [-]
I know what agnostic means, which gives me the right to believe in what ever I want. I can be skeptical or not about anything which agnosticism is a stance about the difference between belief and knowledge.
#514 - cudlefish (01/05/2012) [-]
That's offensive, religious Ron Paul haters? Really, well your a ******* ass hole douche bag.
#576 to #514 - wingsisaac (01/05/2012) [-]
This is a very clever comment. I am now a converted atheist.
#511 - wagtrain (01/05/2012) [-]
I don't care how many red pinkies I get, this post is as ignorant as you believe we are, you said it yourself in the post, THEORY, theories are ideas that haven't been proven right or wrong. So to say you are smarter than Christians, is just ignorant. Both are theories. Therefore, both of us are equally as ignorant.
User avatar #552 to #511 - slumberdonkey (01/05/2012) [-]
Belief that the universe was created by a large bearded man in the sky isn't a theory. It is what people thought was true when they didn't understand where everything came from. However, now we have proof, proof that we can go back and prove again, and again, that the earth wasn't created 4000 years ago, that we DID evolve from apes.
#590 to #552 - wingsisaac (01/05/2012) [-]
>believes that faith implies believing in a bearded man in the sky created the planet 4000 yes ago
You have faith that the human race as well as the 1/10^(OVER 9000) chance of all the proper conditions of the universe being just right for mankind was all just a coincidence

You belieb in bearded man?
User avatar #592 to #590 - slumberdonkey (01/05/2012) [-]
I believe that the big bang was created by an omnipotent being, but past that i do indeed believe that this was all an accident. This is because in the billions and billions and trillions of different planets, in the seemingly infinite amount of galaxies there had to have been one time where life was born, one time where something happened.
#595 to #592 - wingsisaac (01/05/2012) [-]
I guess I can respect that.

Good day
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#562 to #543 - anonymous (01/05/2012) [-]
how about the thousands of contradictory impossibilities that evolution cannot overcome?
listen this theory has been disproven many many times.Even Darwin dismissed his own theory why would should you even believe this theory? All im gonna say is if you believe their is no contraditory evidence against evolution you have been living under a rock.
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#599 to #582 - anonymous (01/05/2012) [-]
assumed to be correct until contradictory evidence proves otherwise copy c+v really dude?
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#615 to #604 - anonymous (01/05/2012) [-]
I was saying that the theory of evolution has contradictory evidence against it which it does.
REALLY? i mean comeon now it wasn't like i was arguing against gravity here
#625 to #615 - therobotllama (01/05/2012) [-]
Contradictory evidence I hear. Care to enlighten me?
#626 to #625 - anonymous (01/05/2012) [-]
Based on statistics it is impossible for a DNA double helix to have spawned by chance which makes your evolution an impossibility congratulations for believing in something that has pushed the statistical limit of being possible.

oh heres some evidence oh wait you want more? try looking them up they are everywhere.
studies support creationism as well as evolution what you said was there are no contradictory evidence against evolution which there is quite a bit of evidence that supports creationism and as far as evolution goes its ideas...... but they do have some studies on bacteria and stuff that i heard had a good chance to act like bacteria and stuff.
#627 to #626 - therobotllama (01/05/2012) [-]
DNA doesn't need to form, the simpler RNA could form and still self replicate, giving rise to evolution. Remember, we're talking about this happening a few times over all the habitable planets in the Universe, over a massively long period of time. Do you have toget a flu shot each year? That's because the flu virus mutates slightly as it can evolve faster (shorter generation times) between shots.
#633 to #627 - anonymous (01/05/2012) [-]
IT PUSHES THE STATISTICAL LIMIT OF BEING POSSIBLE
there is a point in statistics that something is deemed impossible and that point has not only been pushed but is far beyond it.
#648 to #633 - therobotllama (01/05/2012) [-]
Seeing we have demonstrated evolution happening in bacteria/viruses, I don't think you can really argue against evolution.
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#527 to #511 - anonymous (01/05/2012) [-]
He didn't say anything about beng smarter then you, christianRon Paul hater. He simply showed how it has been working the past hundred years. We may never fully understand the universe, but scientist continue to try to find out whats right. Religion assumes they're right, Ignores everything else, and ultimately stays the same. Good day sir.
#537 to #527 - bowservoltaire (01/05/2012) [-]
Religion does not assume they're right. Idiotic fundamentalists do.
#510 - anonymous (01/05/2012) [-]
im not even gonna get into a debate have fun believing whatever you want.

All im gonna say is that based on statistics it is impossible for a DNA double helix to have spawned by chance which makes your evolution an impossibility congratulations for believing in something that has pushed the statistical limit of being possible.
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#522 to #510 - wingsisaac (01/05/2012) [-]
Here, have a pinkie.

Here's another good, relevant point

DARWIN DISMISSED HIS OWN THEORY.
Basically, he said that if ever there were something that couldn't have been created in a single step of evolution, his theory would be disproved.
The flagella of prokaryotic cells are made up in multiple parts. Google the different parts of a mechanical motor, it's actually basically the same.
This can't be formed in a single step. It's not possible.
#529 to #522 - wingsisaac (01/05/2012) [-]
Just making it clear, this is against evolution as the origin of all species. Evolution/mutations are completely possible.
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#555 to #547 - wingsisaac (01/05/2012) [-]
I know what you're talking about. No, they managed to create a small but important PART of a living cell. Creating DNA is still far beyond what we can do. And then for that to happen naturally...
#505 - krayt (01/05/2012) [-]
All your pathetically boring religions are nothing but lies.   
There is no God. I can say that myself. When I tought I was invincible I was just weaker.   
But that &quot;God&quot; I´m speaking of is just a plain empty metaphor.   
Inmortality isn´t god-like, it %0000fded.17Ø7°?, bringing pain and despair at their hearts   
readdress2^knstnt 49-f , while time is just a joke   
   
   
I´ve twice been conquered-   
Three times more,   
Never again shall humanity purge me,   
And never the Pfhor.
All your pathetically boring religions are nothing but lies.
There is no God. I can say that myself. When I tought I was invincible I was just weaker.
But that "God" I´m speaking of is just a plain empty metaphor.
Inmortality isn´t god-like, it %0000fded.17Ø7°?, bringing pain and despair at their hearts
readdress2^knstnt 49-f , while time is just a joke


I´ve twice been conquered-
Three times more,
Never again shall humanity purge me,
And never the Pfhor.
#524 to #505 - lalaman (01/05/2012) [-]
The **** ? Make sense when trying to make a point.
#534 to #524 - krayt (01/05/2012) [-]
What is sense but a human pretext to reject their truth?   
The human mind is limited to their weaknesses, while I´m free.   
Free. To Create. Or so I tought...
What is sense but a human pretext to reject their truth?
The human mind is limited to their weaknesses, while I´m free.
Free. To Create. Or so I tought...
User avatar #563 to #534 - Notquitefunny (01/05/2012) [-]
thought*
User avatar #571 to #563 - krayt (01/05/2012) [-]
Can you conceive the birth of a world, or the creation of
everything? That which gives us the potential to most be like
God is the power of creation. Creation takes time. Time is
limited. For you, it is limited by the breakdown of the
neurons in your brain. Time you waste correcting a rampant AI.
#492 - anonymous (01/05/2012) [-]
So what kind of experiment did we use to demonstrate evolution?
#509 to #492 - anonymous (01/05/2012) [-]
Ahearn, J. N. 1980. Evolution of behavioral reproductive isolation in a laboratory stock of Drosophila silvestris. Experientia. 36:63-64.

Boraas, M. E. 1983. Predator induced evolution in chemostat culture. EOS. Transactions of the American Geophysical Union. 64:1102.

Callaghan, C. A. 1987. Instances of observed speciation. The American Biology Teacher. 49:3436.

Crossley, S. A. 1974. Changes in mating behavior produced by selection for ethological isolation between ebony and vestigial mutants of Drosophilia melanogaster. Evolution. 28:631-647.

del Solar, E. 1966. Sexual isolation caused by selection for positive and negative phototaxis and geotaxis in Drosophila pseudoobscura. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (US). 56:484-487.

Dobzhansky, T. and O. Pavlovsky. 1971. Experimentally created incipient species of Drosophila. Nature. 230:289-292.

Knight, G. R., A. Robertson and C. H. Waddington. 1956. Selection for sexual isolation within a species. Evolution. 10:14-22.

Weinberg, J. R., V. R. Starczak and P. Jora. 1992. Evidence for rapid speciation following a founder event in the laboratory. Evolution. 46:1214-1220.
User avatar #497 to #492 - dirigiblequixote (01/05/2012) [-]
This one, where thousands of generations of E. coli bacteria (a harmless strain of it, don't worry) were observed over decades and found to behave exactly as the theory of evolution says they should.

myxo.css.msu.edu/ecoli/
#485 - zorsik (01/05/2012) [-]
Posting this proves that you are as ignorant as you think those religions are.
#479 - bottlesofnyan (01/05/2012) [-]
Oh. Another religious post. Wow.
Oh. Another religious post. Wow.
User avatar #478 - jettripleseven (01/05/2012) [-]
yeah that's how religion works bud. Ask any priest, rabbi, or whatever... that's why they call it faith
User avatar #507 to #478 - slumberdonkey (01/05/2012) [-]
Faith that a large bearded man in the sky created everything 4000 years ago? Completely putting aside scientific proof that the earth was created a staggering 4.5 billion years ago?
Or believing that the entire planet was populated by two people? Which, would be completely impossible. People believed this **** up until like... 100 years ago.
User avatar #630 to #507 - jettripleseven (01/05/2012) [-]
Not every christian believes that. Parts of the bible were written 2,000 years ago, you know.
#578 to #507 - anonymous (01/05/2012) [-]
Mitochondrial Eve yeah by the way your own atheists that you believe so much in have proven that all human life has a common ancestor. YEAHHHHHHH your stupid
User avatar #585 to #578 - slumberdonkey (01/05/2012) [-]
I, sir, am not an atheist. And no one has ever proved that everything has a common ancestor, unless you are saying that everything came from the first forms of life on this planet and have become what they are today due to evolution then I am indeed not stupid for believing in evolution.
#596 to #585 - anonymous (01/05/2012) [-]
REALLY? dude your stupid really really stupid , in general your stupid whether your atheist or not. That is a scientific study they have proven all human life has a common mother look it up yourself. I didn't pull this **** out of my ass it was proven , your an idiot
User avatar #602 to #596 - slumberdonkey (01/05/2012) [-]
I have found, literally nothing, that supports your point. You may just have to show me where this is that you have found, and whether it is even close to a credible source.
#612 to #602 - anonymous (01/05/2012) [-]
ht tp://sc ien ce.how stuffwor ks. com /environmen tal/life/ev olution/female-a ncestor.htm
User avatar #616 to #612 - slumberdonkey (01/05/2012) [-]
"...the study wasn't implying that the Mitochondrial Eve wasn't the first -- or only -- woman on Earth during the time she lived [source: Cann]. Instead, this woman is simply the most recent person to whom all people can trace their genealogy. In other words, there were many women who came before her and many women who came after, but her life is the point from which all modern branches on humanity's family tree grew..." soooooo yeah... you're wrong.... you said all human life came from one thing, whereas all CURRENT human life came from one female being, which doesn't say much past she was a whore...
#617 to #616 - anonymous (01/05/2012) [-]
geneticists concluded that every person on Earth right now can trace his or her lineage back to a single common female ancestor who lived around 200,000 years ago. REALLY? are you in preschool?
User avatar #619 to #617 - slumberdonkey (01/05/2012) [-]
Did you not see the quote i took DIRECTLY from the scientific discovery that YOU ******* GAVE ME?! It says that just because we can be traced back to this point doesn't mean that she was the ******* messiah or mother of us all. It just means that we can all be traced back to her, she wasn't the first person on earth.
#620 to #619 - anonymous (01/05/2012) [-]
i did but heres the thing if they are talking about EVERY PERSON ON THIS PLANET AS OF NOW which is 6 billion can be traced back to a common ancestor how likely is it that out of those six billion you would find a different mitochondria supposedly you wont based on what they are saying with that in mind they are contradicting themselves a bit but you said came from only two people WHICH APPARENTLY EVER SINGLE HUMAN BEING ON THIS PLANET DID . your stupid this study proves that not only can the whole human race come from two people , it also proves that unless you can find a different mitochondria that cannot be traced back to a common ancestor then as far as your idea of believing in that stuff goes your stupid.
#608 to #602 - anonymous (01/05/2012) [-]
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User avatar #609 to #608 - slumberdonkey (01/05/2012) [-]
yeah, that didn't work out so well
User avatar #600 to #596 - draezeth (01/05/2012) [-]
Nothing has been proven, good sir.

In fact, Darwin's theory of the origin of all species has been disproved, but nobody wants you to know about it.
#603 to #600 - anonymous (01/05/2012) [-]
-_- this study supports the Bible are you really trying to argue against a study that helps you more then anything?
User avatar #632 to #603 - draezeth (01/05/2012) [-]
Oh, sorry! i misunderstood that, like my brother said. Carry on!
#624 to #603 - wingsisaac (01/05/2012) [-]
Dear sir
That was my brother. He thought anon was trying to say that we all came from apes.
That is all.
#532 to #507 - lalaman (01/05/2012) [-]
Funny that there is no proof of humans evolving from monkeys yet but okay, secondly there are many religions and if you're ignorant enough to say that they all believe that the world was populated from two people then you sir, are an idiot. Oh and no scriptures say that the Earth was created 4000 years ago, I don't even know where you got that from. Study religion and at least argue without being bias.
#548 to #532 - anonymous (01/05/2012) [-]
Funny that you assume evolution is about humans evolving from monkeys, when the theory is we shared a common ancestor. If you're ignorant enough to say that they all believe that the world was populated by monkey people then you sir, are an idiot. Oh, and no scriptures argue against a flying spaghetti monster, I don't even know where I got that from. Study evolution and at least argue without being just as biased.
#558 to #548 - lalaman (01/05/2012) [-]
I didn't claim that evolution is ONLY about humans evolving from monkeys but that is the main theory against religion however scientists are still looking for the so called Missing Link (A monkey/ape that looks like a human) thus disproving the theory of God. I have studied evolution, so no, I am not ignorant. I simply recall facts in what I have learnt, I argue from both sides but since this time I was simply on religion did not give me a chance to discuss both sides therefore, no, I am not bias. Last but not least, you sir, are an idiot.
User avatar #583 to #558 - draezeth (01/05/2012) [-]
Bravo, good sir!
And before anyone bring up Lucy, she was disproved ages ago.
#588 to #583 - lalaman (01/05/2012) [-]
Lucy? Who? Sorry haha
User avatar #597 to #588 - draezeth (01/05/2012) [-]
The so-called ape-woman that people thought proved that man and apes have a common ancestor. The comment wasn't aimed at you, so don't worry about it.
User avatar #606 to #597 - slumberdonkey (01/05/2012) [-]
How was she disproved?
User avatar #628 to #606 - draezeth (01/05/2012) [-]
The leg bones were the part that were supposed to be the proof, due to their angle. Turns out, the leg was found 500 feet deeper, and over 3 miles away from the rest of the body.
User avatar #631 to #628 - slumberdonkey (01/05/2012) [-]
I thought it had something to do with the wrist bones. That the wrists were cupped in a way that would make it easy for the monkey to walk on arms and legs, but it was proven that Lucy didn't... or something like that
User avatar #634 to #631 - draezeth (01/05/2012) [-]
The leg too. Its angle was similar to the human angle.
User avatar #539 to #532 - slumberdonkey (01/05/2012) [-]
Ok, I happen to know that people back then believed that the world was created about 4-5000 years ago because i've been reading a lot of philosophy from that time period. Aristotle for one thought that there was no way the earth could be any older because there would be stories of earlier times, someone would remember some of it. Do you have any idea how many people thought he was right? He wasn't christian. He didn't read the bible, because the bible didn't exist at the time. So he came up with an idea that many people believed, before he was told that the entire universe was created by a bearded man in the sky.
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#549 to #539 - lalaman (01/05/2012) [-]
I'm saying that if you learn religions such as Islam, Christianity and Judaism more deeply, you'll find out that what most people say is actually completely false, what's written in scriptures in completely different and for instance in the Qur'an (I am a Muslim) it says to not believe that the universe was created from one point (the big bang), keeping in mind that this was written long before the theory.
User avatar #560 to #549 - slumberdonkey (01/05/2012) [-]
I've been going to a catholic school for the last 11 years of my life, all of the teachers try to present it in that same way, but they still dress up to go to a dark place once a week, chant for an hour, and drink the blood and eat the body of their "savior".
#574 to #560 - lalaman (01/05/2012) [-]
'm a Muslim, we don't do that haha. I just believe what I choose to believe, if people are Atheist then that's their choice, same as with someone who wants to be Agnostic etc. It's none of my business and frankly, I don't care. Everyone has their own opinion but I don't exactly walk around yelling that Atheists are wrong or such, that's why I think debates are meaningless, let people choose what they'd like, no point in arguing over things that cannot be proven at the moment. As Einstein said: Science without religion is lame, Religion without science is blind.
User avatar #577 to #574 - slumberdonkey (01/05/2012) [-]
And that is why i'm Zionistic just like he was :)
#581 to #577 - lalaman (01/05/2012) [-]
That's a Jewish political movement isn't it?
User avatar #587 to #581 - slumberdonkey (01/05/2012) [-]
Somewhat Jewish. It's basically what Jewish people believed if they had ideas that weren't the same as what was being taught to them, but it was what he believed religiously as much as what he preached about po politically.
#589 to #587 - lalaman (01/05/2012) [-]
I see, thanks for clearing that up :D
#556 to #549 - anonymous (01/05/2012) [-]
The big bang theory does not say that the universe was created at one point.
#565 to #556 - lalaman (01/05/2012) [-]
The big bang is that the universe all derived from one point which expanded over time, which is what I meant. Sorry for not being clear.
#471 - olddominion (01/05/2012) [-]
Oh man!  Possible flame-war to erupt at any moment!
Oh man! Possible flame-war to erupt at any moment!
#483 to #471 - jettripleseven (01/05/2012) [-]
look at the rest of the thread
look at the rest of the thread
User avatar #493 to #483 - olddominion (01/05/2012) [-]
Yeah, they were all pretty good; waiting on the next one now! :D
#567 to #466 - anonymous (01/05/2012) [-]
and another, just cause i like ya
and another, just cause i like ya
#512 to #466 - anonymous (01/05/2012) [-]
i hope this doesnt start a duel.
#508 to #466 - anonymous (01/05/2012) [-]
good enough?
good enough?
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