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Err Oops, Evolutionists Are Getting Slammed Again With Their Lunacy

One little problem withthat new/old warm little pond idea is that, well, there wouldn’t have been any land, at least any land with sufficient stability, way back in those “primordial” days (remember those colorful evolutionary posters in your second grade with all the lightning, earthquakes and volcanoes going off?) to begin with. And without any land, there’s going to be a little bit of a problem making those warm little ponds—oops I mean “inland geothermal systems”—Darwin and the evolutionists had planned on. The pond idea seemed like a good one because the contents of living cells aren’t anything like those deep sea hydrothermal vents. And as for their ET idea, evolutionists were finally getting tired of all those B-grade movies their stupid idea spawned.  Read more

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2 Responses to Err Oops, Evolutionists Are Getting Slammed Again With Their Lunacy

  1. Warning to evolutionists; While watching this following video please keep repeating to yourself;

    NOT DESIGNED!, NOT DESIGNED!, NOT DESIGNED!,,,

    video – Journey Inside The Cell – Stephen Meyer
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1fiJupfbSpg

    ‘Biologists must constantly keep in mind that what they see was not designed, but rather evolved.’ – Francis Crick – co-discoverer of the structure of the DNA molecule in 1953.

    Here is a video of Michael Behe on youtube that has not been watched much, apparently because the video was not tagged properly with Dr. Behe’s name:

    Michael Behe – Intelligent Design Part 1 – Colorado Christian University
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Crhf7czcZg

  2. At current rates of erosion, and accounting for “uplift” it is estimated that all land above sea level will have eroded into the sea in approximately 3 million years.
    Boy we must have had alot of “uplift” in the “dream-time” or else very little erosion.

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