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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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User avatar #673 - mayormilkman (11/14/2012) [-]
How the Hell did I miss this ********* . Oh well. It's all over.
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#654 - chazzymcchaz (11/14/2012) [-]
First of all, just taking God out of something doesn't make it science. Right now bill Nye and Einstein would punch you in the teeth for disgracing the name of science. Secondly, you're completely ignoring the fact that none of the Jews, or their possessions, were harmed. None of them got boils, none of their crops were ruined, none of their cattle died. But I bet its because Jewish cows had a genetic superiority to be immune to the disease that the other cows got right? And the Jews didmt get boils because their microbiology oftthIraq skin renders them unable to contract boils right? And the Jewish crops were placed in a field 6 km to the left of the Nile so if the wind was blowing east on a Tuesday then only Egyptian crops would be ruined, right? "Science."
First of all, just taking God out of something doesn't make it science. Right now bill Nye and Einstein would punch you in the teeth for disgracing the name of science. Secondly, you're completely ignoring the fact that none of the Jews, or their possessions, were harmed. None of them got boils, none of their crops were ruined, none of their cattle died. But I bet its because Jewish cows had a genetic superiority to be immune to the disease that the other cows got right? And the Jews didmt get boils because their microbiology oftthIraq skin renders them unable to contract boils right? And the Jewish crops were placed in a field 6 km to the left of the Nile so if the wind was blowing east on a Tuesday then only Egyptian crops would be ruined, right? "Science."
#667 to #654 - ludislavonac (11/14/2012) [-]
You forgot something - inb4 red thumbs. The people of funnyjunk tend to dislike pro religious comments and treat anything that has the word "science" in it like a dogma, contradictory right? (To put it simply most people here are idiots)
Oh and by the way, you make a really good point... bring on the red thumbs, my body is ready
#650 - anonymous (11/14/2012) [-]
BTW, who said that some one didn't just say Moses predicted them, after they happened?
#649 - awesometwenty (11/14/2012) [-]
Also if people were so dumb back then how did Moses call it?
#647 - awesometwenty (11/14/2012) [-]
Seen this movie and in it she ends up wrong and the plagues happen again and the river turns to actual blood than she converts from Atheism to Christianity get your facts right about the movie before you post something
#646 - alexthecanadian (11/14/2012) [-]
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#645 - kookiefrankus (11/14/2012) [-]
We evolved from life producing molicules from multiple meteor showers during the time the earth was cooling down. You realize that we are here now and should give less ***** than spidey. Red thumbs please. it turns me on
#642 - boomboyrage ONLINE (11/14/2012) [-]
A few comments.   
1. All these comments saying that god just used natural means to get these things done are kind of redundant, it’s like me saying that when I toasted some bread this morning, it was Jim the toast fairy who was responsible for that, he just used natural means to do it, It can't be proven or disproven either way, so BOOM, I’m justified in believing in Jim.   
2. It seems odd that everyone’s just taking for granted that this event actually happened, believe it or not but not a single piece of historical evidence points to this event taking place unless you count the bible, though the bible is the source in question.   
3. Once you say that it was a natural event you take away the need for a supernatural cause, and without a supernatural cause, you don't need a god, so why add an unessacery extra step? (Refer to Jim the toast fairy)   
I’m bracing for red thumbs, but at least I got that off my chest.   
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A few comments.
1. All these comments saying that god just used natural means to get these things done are kind of redundant, it’s like me saying that when I toasted some bread this morning, it was Jim the toast fairy who was responsible for that, he just used natural means to do it, It can't be proven or disproven either way, so BOOM, I’m justified in believing in Jim.
2. It seems odd that everyone’s just taking for granted that this event actually happened, believe it or not but not a single piece of historical evidence points to this event taking place unless you count the bible, though the bible is the source in question.
3. Once you say that it was a natural event you take away the need for a supernatural cause, and without a supernatural cause, you don't need a god, so why add an unessacery extra step? (Refer to Jim the toast fairy)
I’m bracing for red thumbs, but at least I got that off my chest.
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#641 - paesani (11/14/2012) [-]
Just kidding, that plage **** was awesome
#640 - comicsguy (11/14/2012) [-]
If you believe in God you know that he created everything through a logical explanation so everything worked out, not just made it appear. So could be this, he did all that and worked out as he planned
#639 - padrerebelscumole (11/14/2012) [-]
Leave the egyptians alone.
Leave the egyptians alone.
User avatar #636 - taokami ONLINE (11/14/2012) [-]
The mystery is, how did Moses predicted them?
User avatar #643 to #636 - rofljoe (11/14/2012) [-]
If I say "You'll pay for this!" And something happens to the person, doesn't mean I predicted it. It could have been like that, and the ones who wrote it down just made it seem like Moses was predicting it.. o:
#635 - anonymous (11/14/2012) [-]
That's great and all, and I'm not saying it's wrong and neither am I saying that religion is right, but this explanation also shows ten coincidences. Just saying.
#631 - takesomemorewater ONLINE (11/14/2012) [-]
****					 you and your description. Get a job instead of that 						****					...
**** you and your description. Get a job instead of that **** ...
User avatar #621 - lolollo (11/14/2012) [-]
And yet we're all too stubborn to entertain the notion that just because a single sect says "It happens in the simplest way possible", there's no possible way that all 10 of those plagues were indeed caused by a sentient force acting within itself (cause and effect). As for why it happened at all, **** happens. That **** just happened. There's no need for a "why", the "why" comes from the human race being self centered and needing to believe that when **** happens, it's centered around them. Bad **** happened, so they must've been bad.

Meanwhile the sentient force that caused all of it is looking down on us like we do those 8th grade idiots who think they're the center of the universe.
#629 to #621 - Keoul (11/14/2012) [-]
Oh god that is so stupid.   
I mean really why would you say that? wanting to understand how the world woks has nothing to do with humans being self-centered. Saying it was all done by a sentient being sounds like the more &quot;self-centered&quot; way of thinking, deciding that the world happens due to a god that only cares about us.   
Jeez this post is just so ridiculous.   
I sincerely hope you are just trolling.
Oh god that is so stupid.
I mean really why would you say that? wanting to understand how the world woks has nothing to do with humans being self-centered. Saying it was all done by a sentient being sounds like the more "self-centered" way of thinking, deciding that the world happens due to a god that only cares about us.
Jeez this post is just so ridiculous.
I sincerely hope you are just trolling.
User avatar #634 to #629 - lolollo (11/14/2012) [-]
Your response equates to you simply telling me that I'm stupid, yet I'm the one who's a simpleton.

0/10 troll, would not bring home to disproving parents.
User avatar #655 to #634 - Keoul (11/14/2012) [-]
You refuse to seek answers that is why I am calling you stupid.
"There is no need for a "why""
That statement alone proves it, "why" leads to understanding and development, "why" is the reason you're using the internet. "Why" is the reason for modern medicine. Questioning the world leads to advancement and understanding, you deciding to ignore everything and refuse to learn is what makes you stupid.
User avatar #661 to #655 - lolollo (11/14/2012) [-]
Me saying "There is no need for 'why'" was to say that there doesn't need to be a "why" in order for the system to work, not that it's most definitely how it is.
User avatar #668 to #661 - Keoul (11/14/2012) [-]
That makes no sense...
Are you suggesting things just... "happen"?
No cause and effect? Regardless of human acknowledgement there is a "why" whether we know what it is or not is another question altogether. The bible explained the "why" as the divine punishment from god.
User avatar #674 to #668 - lolollo (11/14/2012) [-]
Things happen because of cause and effect, but there doesn't need to be any further explanation than "cause and effect". Besides, read my first comment and note I actually said "cause and effect" first. When I said "things just happen" it's with respect to morally, why things happen. When your car breaks down, it's not because you're a bad person and need to be punished, it's probably because something within your car broke and now it can't run.
#620 - alucardshellhound (11/14/2012) [-]
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