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In 1400 Bil, a grew osnervzui Egyptians saw the ‘Nile turn red. But what
they thaught was blood was actually an algae bloom which killed the fish,
which prior that had been living " the eggs of fro gs. These linemen eggs
turned into record numbers of baby frogs who sub sequentia tled the land
and died. Their little rotting frog bodies attracted lice and the s. The lice carried
the virus, which killed THIN: of Egypt' s livestock. The lil' es carried
Flanders, a bacterial infection which in humans causes boils. Soon afterwards,
the Nile River Valley was hit with a three- day sandstorm otherwise known as
the plague . During the sandstorm, intense heat can combine with
an approaching mid firrst tty create net only hail, but also electrical storms
which notied have belied to the ancient Egyptians like fire feom the sky. The
subsequent wind weild have the Ethiopian cust population " course
and right into downtown Cairo. Hail is wet, locusts leave droppings spread
both en grain, and yen have got ; Dinnertable in ancient Egypt
meant the child got the biggest portion which in this case meant he
ate the most toxins, he died. Ten plagues. Ten scientific explanations.
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#6 - syntheticdoll ONLINE (11/13/2012) [-]
User avatar #4 - Vandeekree (11/13/2012) [+] (1 reply)
There's also theories that it was started by an volcano an/or earthquake and the first born child in Egyptian society slept on the floor while the younger children were forced to sleep up on the room of the house and so when the volcano released methane pockets that hung low in the air, only the first born suffocated.

Atheists: Wasn't God, natural phenomenon.
Theists: So it did happen and that's how God did it.
So apparently nothing lost, nothing gained.
User avatar #28 - slapchoppin (11/13/2012) [-]
>implying god doesn't use science

the bible just says shit happened it doesn't care how it happened
#113 - mikhailovych (11/14/2012) [+] (7 replies)
#71 - lulzdealer (11/14/2012) [+] (5 replies)
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i love how a lot of aspects of religion can in fact be proven plausible by science.
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User avatar #331 - redwolfradolf (11/14/2012) [+] (22 replies)
Could it be theoretically possible that God uses natural and rational events to acheive his goals?
#62 - anonymous (11/14/2012) [+] (5 replies)
Because "God" (if you believe in a god) couldnt have possibly used scientific events as plagues...
#426 - Pyromie (11/14/2012) [+] (16 replies)
There is no science that can disprove god...   
   
We (of whom believe in god) KNOW he exists, but we can no more prove his existence than science can disprove it. That is where faith comes into play.    
   
Those of us (Christians) who are intelligent enough to comprehend science understand that divine intervention doesn't have to mean "POOF" There is a miracle, It simply means that it is by the will and grace of god that those scientific occurrences happened in the first place.    
   
He didn't snap his fingers and create the universe, he simply aided in the cosmic matter being where it needed to at that point in time for the big bang to occur, and aided in humanity's evolution into a form similar to his own.    
   
As to why god would let  bad things happen in the first place, or cause them in some instances is simple. Agency.    
   
God lets us as people decide our own fate. Yes, he may have aided in the plagues that occurred, or he may have simply knew they were coming, and gave the prophet that knowledge to use to save his people.    
   
Either way, It was to serve a purpose.    
   
I'm not sure if baptist or protestants understand agency, but in the Mormon (LDS) church (of which I practice) it is also known as free will.    
   
Now some of you may disagree with what I have written, and I respect your right to do so. I do ask that you give me the same respect in allowing me to believe what    
i do, without judgement.    
   
Thank you.
There is no science that can disprove god...

We (of whom believe in god) KNOW he exists, but we can no more prove his existence than science can disprove it. That is where faith comes into play.

Those of us (Christians) who are intelligent enough to comprehend science understand that divine intervention doesn't have to mean "POOF" There is a miracle, It simply means that it is by the will and grace of god that those scientific occurrences happened in the first place.

He didn't snap his fingers and create the universe, he simply aided in the cosmic matter being where it needed to at that point in time for the big bang to occur, and aided in humanity's evolution into a form similar to his own.

As to why god would let bad things happen in the first place, or cause them in some instances is simple. Agency.

God lets us as people decide our own fate. Yes, he may have aided in the plagues that occurred, or he may have simply knew they were coming, and gave the prophet that knowledge to use to save his people.

Either way, It was to serve a purpose.

I'm not sure if baptist or protestants understand agency, but in the Mormon (LDS) church (of which I practice) it is also known as free will.

Now some of you may disagree with what I have written, and I respect your right to do so. I do ask that you give me the same respect in allowing me to believe what
i do, without judgement.

Thank you.
#343 - EjaculationMan ONLINE (11/14/2012) [-]
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#132 - frink (11/14/2012) [+] (7 replies)
I believe in God and if this is true, then it could be that God thing by just making one thing happen (the algae bloom) He created a chain of reactions to fulfill the prophecies of Moses. It makes God even more amazing that He knows how to orchestrate major events in the future by just making/changing one little thing. It reminds me of The Plateau from Fringe. So I wouldn't see these scientific explanations in conflict with believing God, but rather adds even more mystery as to the powers of God.
User avatar #127 - SACAPUNTAS (11/14/2012) [+] (6 replies)
Uh, yeah.
God mainpulated all these things to transpire in tandem.
What do you honestly think, God waved his magic finger and things just fell the fuck out of the sky?
If you honestly think all of these things can happen so facilely and swiftly without any divine intervention, then that's a quaint problem.
Science without Religion is lame, and Religion without Science is blind.
Go ahead and thumb me down, but be ware that you're disagreeing with everyone's pal, Albert Motherfucking Einstein.
#3 - sidathon (11/13/2012) [-]
Please never fucking delete this post
Please never fucking delete this post
User avatar #189 - shamrockd (11/14/2012) [+] (13 replies)
I like this. I really do. And i'm a devout Christian. What i think many people fail to realize is that god does NOT contradict science or work independently of science. he works THROUGH science. therefore, i can believe both this scientific account (which is actually very cool) and still believe the Bible as well. many Thanks to whoever wrote this.
#537 - busterblader (11/14/2012) [+] (17 replies)
there are some religions who thinks like this: "my faith and  religion teach me that god created everything, studying science will teach me how he did it"
there are some religions who thinks like this: "my faith and religion teach me that god created everything, studying science will teach me how he did it"
#505 - wagastragas ONLINE (11/14/2012) [+] (2 replies)
what if god made it happend with science?

religion aside, thats too many events at once to have just happened togheter
User avatar #436 - usmcrecon (11/14/2012) [-]
Ten scientific theories**
#146 - lacsi (11/14/2012) [-]
"hail is wet"..........SCIENCE!
"hail is wet"..........SCIENCE!
#585 - SHAMU (11/14/2012) [-]
Lies. Everyone knows the red water was period blood.
Lies. Everyone knows the red water was period blood.
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