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DisplacedBuckeye
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re: A Scientific dissent from Darwin
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intelligent design


You don't even know what this means.


Oilfieldbiology
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re: A Scientific dissent from Darwin
Examining these quotes, they’re right. Most people are just loud winds blowing through trees. Making a lot of noise but saying nothing. Most ideas shouldn’t be entertained.

But social media has now broadcast everyone’s every single thought to the masses if desired


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Robin Masters
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re: A Scientific dissent from Darwin
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Yes, absolutely. I like this. I don't even need to make an argument when you do it for me. I'll just let you dig your own hole.


Oh. Now I get it. You’re just trolling.

Carry on loser.


DisplacedBuckeye
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re: A Scientific dissent from Darwin
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Oh. Now I get it. You’re just trolling.


Nope.

Just pointing out that this...

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Theory = idea that just hasn’t yet been proven wrong.


...is wrong.

You're not trolling or you wouldn't be melting about others trolling. Unless there's some other reason that you posted that, the obvious answer is that you don't actually know what a theory is.


Robin Masters
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re: A Scientific dissent from Darwin
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You're not trolling or you wouldn't be melting about others trolling. Unless there's some other reason that you posted that, the obvious answer is that you don't actually know what a theory is.



Nope. You’re wrong.


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Perfect Circle
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Citronelle, Alabama
Member since Sep 2017
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re: A Scientific dissent from Darwin
Have always been fascinated by pictures of animals trapped in amber, or fossilized tree sap. Almost invariably, these are dated to tens of millions of years, and look almost exactly like their modern day descendants.

Looks like a scorpion to me.

Looks like a lizard.

Looks like a baby bird.

Looks like a bee.

Looks like a flea.

Looks like a spider.


ItNeverRains
LSU Fan
Franklin, TN
Member since Oct 2007
13905 posts

re: A Scientific dissent from Darwin
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Oh. Now I get it. You’re just trolling.


Yeah don’t respond. Over 40000 posts the guys just obstinant with no facts to support his obstanance. It’s his schtick. My 8 year old has weapons grade oppositional obstinance, it’s all an act.


Sunbeam
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Member since Dec 2016
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re: A Scientific dissent from Darwin
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You're not trolling or you wouldn't be melting about others trolling. Unless there's some other reason that you posted that, the obvious answer is that you don't actually know what a theory is.


Oh for god's sakes. You really are a simpleton.

Once upon a time Plate Tectonics was a ludicrous idea.

Once upon a time, Lord Kelvin confidently stated the earth was only 100 million years old, and no one dared to question the august gentleman.

There have been lots of theories. Lots of them were ideas that were proven wrong.

You are not a man. You are a man who has turned himself into a bot.

I demand you change your handle to "MindlessBuckeye."


Robin Masters
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Member since Jul 2010
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re: A Scientific dissent from Darwin
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Yeah don’t respond. Over 40000 posts the guys just obstinant with no facts to support his obstanance. It’s his schtick. My 8 year old has weapons grade oppositional obstinance, it’s all an act.

Thx
I guess I never noticed him before. Cheers.

This post was edited on 2/11 at 7:08 am


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NC_Tigah
LSU Fan
Carolinas
Member since Sep 2003
90334 posts

re: A Scientific dissent from Darwin
I'm not sure who is asserting what here, but accepting theory as absolute, or settled science, is not science at all. OTOH, denying theory as vast probability is not science either. See quantum theory as an example of both.


RebelExpress38
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Member since Apr 2012
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re: A Scientific dissent from Darwin
These threads are always so much fun


A good book for people on both sides in this thread to read is “Wonderful Life” by Stephen Jay Gould. It’s on the Burgess Shale. Gould was a science professor at Harvard


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NC_Tigah
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Member since Sep 2003
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re: A Scientific dissent from Darwin
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Have always been fascinated by pictures of animals trapped in amber, or fossilized tree sap. Almost invariably, these are dated to tens of millions of years, and look almost exactly like their modern day descendants.

Looks like a scorpion to me.

Looks like a lizard.

Looks like a baby bird.

Looks like a bee.

Looks like a flea.

Looks like a spider.
Have you seen a T.rex in amber?
If you did, would it look like an owl?

Have you seen an owl in amber dating back to the time of T. rex?

OTOH pine trees have scarcely changed over the last 140 million years.


DisplacedBuckeye
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re: A Scientific dissent from Darwin
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no facts




So you don't know what a theory is, either?


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DisplacedBuckeye
Ohio State Fan
Member since Dec 2013
42529 posts

re: A Scientific dissent from Darwin
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Sunbeam


Jesus Christ.

I always wonder how some of you made it through high school.



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Erin Go Bragh
Notre Dame Fan
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re: A Scientific dissent from Darwin
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Intellegent Design

When I consider how unlikely it is that life arose spontaneously, I have to conclude that a designer is behind the entirety of creation.

All the catechism classes in the world are wasted on me. The randomness of spontaneous life is the clincher for me.


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tarzana
LSU Fan
TX Hwy 6, 74 miles SE of Kyle Field
Member since Sep 2015
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re: A Scientific dissent from Darwin
I think it's generally accepted that Australopithecus was an early ancestor of modern humans. What is unclear, however, is the tremendous development in brain size from Australopithecus to the early Homo ancestors. How, and why, are humans so much smarter than any other creature on the face of the earth, including his early forebears?


Perfect Circle
Alabama Fan
Citronelle, Alabama
Member since Sep 2017
3087 posts

re: A Scientific dissent from Darwin
I'm not saying flora and fauna doesn't adapt and change physically, but if these organism change this infinitesimal amount over tens of millions of years, how did we go from monkeys to humans in just 3 million years?
Is evolution partial to higher order intelligence; do higher order animals evolve faster?


Bass Tiger
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Member since Oct 2014
11031 posts

re: A Scientific dissent from Darwin
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Nearly everyone who gets swept up in these debates fears whatever the truth is.



Make no mistake, there's a Devine Creator......, the Almighty is a living God. To believe for one second that the complex nature of this undefinable reality came from some spontaneous and random series of events takes much more faith than believing in the Creator. Remember what God told Moses when Moses asked God,

Exodus 3:13
And Moses said unto God, Behold, when I come unto the children of Israel, and shall say unto them, The God of your fathers hath sent me unto you; and they shall say to me, What is his name? what shall I say unto them?

Exodus 3:14
And God said unto Moses, I AM THAT I AM: and he said, Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, I AM hath sent me unto you.

What answer would a man give if asked that question? I can assure you it wouldn't be,



"I AM"




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bmy
East Carolina Fan
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Member since Oct 2007
44569 posts

re: A Scientific dissent from Darwin
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1,000 doctoral scientists


Phds in theology don't count


BugAC
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Oct 2007
33661 posts

re: A Scientific dissent from Darwin
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Over 1,000 doctoral scientists


Well if the measuring stick for climate change was "over 1000 scientists we surveyed agree" then surely, the left will accept this on face value.


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