Creationists.... .. Anyone who bases their belief against creation on evolution is a moron. Biologist/chemist reporting in. Evolution is not a theory of creation-- a theory of the
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#72 - diqface (12/08/2012) [+] (25 replies)
Anyone who bases their belief against creation on evolution is a ******* moron. Biologist/chemist reporting in. Evolution is not a theory of creation-- a theory of the origin of the universe. Evolution is the change in allelic frequency over time based on natural selection. It can be thought of as a theory of human existence as it is today, but that's not what Darwin and his colleagues were trying to get at. As for the origin of the universe, there is no evidence either way in the creationist-agnostic/atheist debate. Sure, background radiation and the movement of galaxies away from each other point at a large explosion, but it makes just as little sense to say that based on the movement of the galaxies, we resulted from the big bang and there is no deity. No matter how much evidence we accrue, it will never be directly relevant to the argument, because, when you think about it, a deity could have created us through the processes proven by science. Unless we make a discovery in quantum physics that suggests that matter can be created, there's no argument against a higher being using science to create everything. As of now, it takes just as much faith to believe in spontaneous formation of the universe as it does to believe a higher power influenced our creation. I don't argue for either party, because there is no evidence supporting either thought. I will side with whomever gathers evidence. There's no sense in fighting and being douchebags to each other, when in all reality, we don't know where we came from originally. Right now, I lean toward creation, because I can rationalize it better than spontaneous existence, but there's nothing to gain in tearing each other down for divergent beliefs, unless said beliefs are harmful. Come on, guise. I'm tired of the "trolol Christians r dumb thumbs up" bandwagon. Just leave them be. We should all just respect each other. Not trying to be pretentious about my morals or anything. It just makes me mad.
#8 - phanact (12/07/2012) [+] (2 replies)
This picture is just a joke, I don't intend to make anyone mad. Please don't hurt me
#223 - iliketires (12/08/2012) [+] (1 reply)
#121 - esmebuffay (12/08/2012) [+] (9 replies)
MFW people argue about religion on the internet. Do you actually think you're going to change anybody's mind?
MFW people argue about religion on the internet. Do you actually think you're going to change anybody's mind?
#232 - avatarsarefornoobs (12/08/2012) [+] (3 replies)
If i had a dollar for every redundant antichristian post on this site, Rockefeller would **** bricks when he saw my fat stacks.

This **** isnt even funny anymore its so overdone.
#11 - teamrocketninja (12/07/2012) [-]
****** miracles man
#248 - mooneh (12/08/2012) [+] (3 replies)
I'm agnostic, so.
#50 - lulzdealer ONLINE (12/08/2012) [+] (13 replies)
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Where the hell do you people keep getting the "earth is only 6000 years old" thing from? The Bible never actually states that, and if you actually read it instead of just being like "hurr durr cristains r so dum haaha dey think earth is 6000 years old lolololoo" you'd know that.
User avatar #52 to #50 - Crusader (12/08/2012) [-]
Actually, if you accept that Jesus was approximately 2000 years ago, and trace his lineage back (considering that it gives a full lineage) Adam and Eve were only 4-5 thousand years before Christ, making the world 6-7 thousand years old.

So yea, in the bible it IMPLIES that the world is 6-7 thousand years old
#200 - komradkthulu (12/08/2012) [+] (1 reply)
Funny thing is, the Christian Bible makes no claim upon the Earth's age. It was some asshole a while back that just made some 						********					 guess off the top of his head.   
   
As to our existence, science tries to endeavor toward an answer to how, let religion try to make a "why" and don't mix and confuse the two.   
   
If we did this, we'd all be happy for about five minutes until we found some other insignificant thing to argue over.
Funny thing is, the Christian Bible makes no claim upon the Earth's age. It was some asshole a while back that just made some ******** guess off the top of his head.

As to our existence, science tries to endeavor toward an answer to how, let religion try to make a "why" and don't mix and confuse the two.

If we did this, we'd all be happy for about five minutes until we found some other insignificant thing to argue over.
#249 - youcame (12/08/2012) [-]
I'm a devout Christian, but support/ believe evolution.

Y'know in my thoughts god sort of "kick started" the whole evolution "chain"

Mfw I've read at least 6 or 7 comments saying something along the lines of "All Christians are ******** , and you can't use logic when dealing with them"
User avatar #51 - mrvegeta (12/08/2012) [+] (3 replies)
The way I was explained be creationists is that God put the oil in the ground for us.. A bit arrogant I think, but that's the idea.

Also, when dealing with creationists, you actually just have to throw every bit of logic out the window
#253 - anonymous (12/08/2012) [+] (3 replies)
implying all creastionists beleive the world is only 6,000 years old, ***** i only believe people havent been around that long.
#267 to #253 - sadisticsalmon (12/08/2012) [-]
Why is there good scientific evidence that Australian indigenous people have been around for more than 40,000 years
User avatar #143 - PedoNazi ONLINE (12/08/2012) [+] (19 replies)
we really have no reason to argue because naither creationists nor atheists have an argument for the existence of God, it just takes faith, just like most scientists have in their theories
User avatar #195 - newsmyrna (12/08/2012) [+] (18 replies)
I'm Catholic I believe in god and I don't believe the world is 6000 years old the only closed minded people I see on FJ are the people who lump all religious people into one large and stereotypical group of morons. The vast majority of people believe the world is over 6000 years old. Hell I went to Catholic school all of my life and I was taught evolution I was never taught creationism. Even in religion class our teachers who were mainly priest or sisters told us stories like Adam and Eve and Noah's Ark were just stories. They always said there is meaning behind them, but don't take them literally.
#327 - winniedawho (12/08/2012) [+] (5 replies)
I saw a documentary proving that everything about the bible is TRUE because they used CARBON DATING..... ahem... ahem... ahem....
#330 to #327 - walcorn (12/08/2012) [-]
10/10 would laugh again.

quality comedy.
User avatar #278 - sanditroll (12/08/2012) [+] (10 replies)
Ok now this would be pretty true if I hadn't read that the guy who started all that "the world is running out of oil" confessed on his deathbed that it was all a scam and the oild companies use this to bring up the prices. He also said that there is far too much oil for humans to burn ever and that it doesn't come from dead dinosaurs.
Food for thought.
User avatar #287 to #286 - zevran (12/08/2012) [-]
Your statement is so stupid I wasn't going to bother. But I can if you wish.

You see, that the world is running out of oil is a scientific fact. Some guy didn't just invent it to spread panic. We know that our oil fields will deplete in time, and we know that at some point there will be no more left. Depending on improved production technology and undiscovered fields we may have a century or two left. But after that, no more oil.
As for oil not comming from dead dinasours... No, not always. For the most part it doesn't. It comes from all sorts of organic matter that has been put under pressure for millions of years. That fact ought to explain why it's a limited resource as well.
#168 - anonymous (12/08/2012) [+] (3 replies)
THE SCIENCE BEHIND IT!

Flood > Earth soil overturned and covered the creatures > fuel


The IRONY of this picture

Tells children evolution is real and god doesnt exist
> Tanks up on fossil fuels, found in huge underground graveyards
(Oh, so, the creatures SOMEHOW died all together, at the same time, with rapid wet sedimentation from the earth???)

**** you all, you dont know jack **** about science.

You either have god exists and airy fairy stuff
Or no explanation from the "scientists", their only evidence is to mock other views, go **** yourselves.
User avatar #173 to #168 - winsauceiswin (12/08/2012) [-]
your ignorance to science is the source of your misconception.
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