26 Questions For Evolutionists

1. Where did the space for the universe come from?

2. Where did matter come from?

3. Where did the laws of the universe come from (gravity, inertia, etc.)?

4. How did matter get so perfectly organized?

5. Where did the energy come from to do all the organizing?

6. When, where, why, and how did life come from dead matter?

7. When, where, why, and how did life learn to reproduce itself?

8. With what did the first cell capable of sexual reproduction reproduce?

9. Why would any plant or animal want to reproduce more of its kind since this would only make more mouths to feed and decrease the chances of survival? (Does the individual have a drive to survive, or the species? How do you explain this?)

10. How can mutations (recombining of the genetic code) create any new, improved varieties? (Recombining English letters will never produce Chinese books.)

11. Is it possible that similarities in design between different animals prove a common Creator instead of a common ancestor?

12. Natural selection only works with the genetic information available and tends only to keep a species stable. How would you explain the increasing complexity in the genetic code that must have occurred if evolution were true?

13. When, where, why, and how did
a. Single-celled plants become multi-celled? (Where are the two and three-celled intermediates?)
b. Single-celled animals evolve?
c. Fish change to amphibians?
d. Amphibians change to reptiles?
e. Reptiles change to birds? (The lungs, bones, eyes, reproductive organs, heart, method of locomotion, body covering, etc., are all very different!)
f. How did the intermediate forms live?

14. When, where, why, how, and from what did:
a. Whales evolve?
b. Sea horses evolve?
c. Bats evolve?
d. Eyes evolve?
e. Ears evolve?
f.  Hair, skin, feathers, scales, nails, claws, etc., evolve?

15. Which evolved first (how, and how long, did it work without the others)?
a. The digestive system, the food to be digested, the appetite, the ability to find and eat the food, the digestive juices, or the body’s resistance to its own digestive juice (stomach, intestines, etc.)?
b. The drive to reproduce or the ability to reproduce?
c. The lungs, the mucus lining to protect them, the throat, or the perfect mixture of gases to be breathed into the lungs?
d. DNA or RNA to carry the DNA message to cell parts?
e. The termite or the flagella in its intestines that actually digest the cellulose?
f. The plants or the insects that live on and pollinate the plants?
g. The bones, ligaments, tendons, blood supply, or muscles to move the bones?
h. The nervous system, repair system, or hormone system?
i. The immune system or the need for it?

16. There are many thousands of examples of symbiosis that defy an evolutionary explanation. Why must we teach students that evolution is the only explanation for these relationships?

17. How would evolution explain mimicry? Did the plants and animals develop mimicry by chance, by their intelligent choice, or by design?

18. When, where, why, and how did man evolve feelings? Love, mercy, guilt, etc. would never evolve in the theory of evolution.

19. How did photosynthesis evolve?

20. How did thought evolve?

21. How did flowering plants evolve, and from what?

22. What kind of evolutionist are you? Why are you not one of the other eight or ten kinds?

23. What would you have said fifty years ago if I told you I had a living coelacanth in my aquarium?

24. Is there one clear prediction of macroevolution that has proved true?

25. What is so scientific about the idea of hydrogen gas becoming human?

26. Do you honestly believe that everything came from nothing?

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7 Comments on “26 Questions For Evolutionists”

  1. Jason April Says:

    One question for you: Where did God come from?

    This is just a diversion from your inability to do more than spit at works of scholars you can’t comprehend.
    p>Another question for you.
    Where did the first living cell come from?

  2. Thomas Covenant Says:

    1. Where did the space for the universe come from?
    Answer: Don’t know — we currently don’t have the technology to observe/investigate what exists beyond the universe event horizon approximately 13.7 billion light years away.
    2. Where did matter come from?
    Answer: Don’t know — we currently don’t have the technology to observe/investigate what exists beyond the universe event horizon approximately 13.7 billion light years away.
    3. Where did the laws of the universe come from (gravity, inertia, etc.)?
    Answer — from the crystalization of the free-energy state that started in the Big Bang as the naecent universe cooled. Of course, because we currently don’t have the technology to observe/investigate what exists beyond the universe event horizon approximately 13.7 billion light years away, we cannot say whether this is a one-time event, or one of an infinite number of similar events, or anywhere in between.
    4. How did matter get so perfectly organized?
    Answer — please define “perfectly organized”. What would “unorganized matter” look like, and how do you know?
    5. Where did the energy come from to do all the organizing?
    Answer: Don’t know — we currently don’t have the technology to observe/investigate what exists beyond the universe event horizon approximately 13.7 billion light years away.
    6. When, where, why, and how did life come from dead matter?
    Answer — Assuming you are referring to life on Earth, it would have had to occur sometime between 4.55 bya (estimated formation time of the solar system) and 3.2 bya (earliest definitively identified biological fossils). Where — given that we know the earth’s crust has recycled and regenerated numerous times since the time of the first life forms, it’s pretty much impossible to identify any precise locations (besides, why the hell would it matter WHERE it happened). Why — because it can reproduce.
    7. When, where, why, and how did life learn to reproduce itself?
    Answer — sometime within the first 500,000 years after it initially formed.
    8. With what did the first cell capable of sexual reproduction reproduce?
    Answer — another one of it’s cell types/species. Consider it a case of single-celled rape.
    9. Why would any plant or animal want to reproduce more of its kind since this would only make more mouths to feed and decrease the chances of survival? (Does the individual have a drive to survive, or the species? How do you explain this?)
    Answer — read up on population genetics, evo-devo and immunology. If you really are serious, several basic-to-advanced college level courses in these subjects can provide a basic comprehensive explanation. A blog response is nowhere near large enough to provide an answer.
    10. How can mutations (recombining of the genetic code) create any new, improved varieties? (Recombining English letters will never produce Chinese books.)
    Answer — genetics: the duplication, subsequent mutation and further selection of existing genes. Read a good introductory college genetics text, or take a course at your local college or university.
    11. Is it possible that similarities in design between different animals prove a common Creator instead of a common ancestor?
    Answer — only if it’s an incredibly inept and disfunctional Creator.
    12. Natural selection only works with the genetic information available and tends only to keep a species stable. How would you explain the increasing complexity in the genetic code that must have occurred if evolution were true?
    Answer — mutations provide the raw material to generate new information, selection culls the ones that don’t make the grade. Read a good introductory college genetics text, or take a course at your local college or university.
    13. When, where, why, and how did
    a. Single-celled plants become multi-celled? (Where are the two and three-celled intermediates?)
    Answer — sometime before 2.8 bya (if you consider photosynthetic bacteria-like cells “plants”)
    b. Single-celled animals evolve?
    Answer — Define “animal” in this context. Are you referring to generic eukaryotes?
    c. Fish change to amphibians?
    Answer — Sometime after 500 mya (I’m no paleontologist)
    d. Amphibians change to reptiles?
    Answer — sometime after the amphibians developed.
    e. Reptiles change to birds? (The lungs, bones, eyes, reproductive organs, heart, method of locomotion, body covering, etc., are all very different!)
    Answer — Sometime around 400 mya was the start, although complete division of the groups probably didn’t occur for several tens of millions of years.
    f. How did the intermediate forms live?
    Answer — if they didn’t live and survive, they wouldn’t have left decendants.
    14. When, where, why, how, and from what did:
    a. Whales evolve?
    b. Sea horses evolve?
    c. Bats evolve?
    d. Eyes evolve?
    e. Ears evolve?
    f. Hair, skin, feathers, scales, nails, claws, etc., evolve?
    Answer — Don’t know. Not an evo-devo or paleotological development specialist.
    15. Which evolved first (how, and how long, did it work without the others)?
    a. The digestive system, the food to be digested, the appetite, the ability to find and eat the food, the digestive juices, or the body’s resistance to its own digestive juice (stomach, intestines, etc.)?
    Answer — the digestive system would have started with the single-celled. After all, they ingest, digest and metabolize external foods. Any further development would be a modification of that basic system (FYI, the cells in your intestinal lumen walls perform the exact same actions, each and every time you eat your dinner)
    b. The drive to reproduce or the ability to reproduce?
    Answer — about the same time the first life developed.
    c. The lungs, the mucus lining to protect them, the throat, or the perfect mixture of gases to be breathed into the lungs?
    Answer — when there was a need to
    d. DNA or RNA to carry the DNA message to cell parts?
    Answer — possibly before there was a cell, possibly after. We just don’t know.
    e. The termite or the flagella in its intestines that actually digest the cellulose?
    Answer — what “flagella in its intestine”? Are you referring to something specific, or are you just fishing?
    f. The plants or the insects that live on and pollinate the plants?
    Answer — cogenerative evolutionary pressures.
    g. The bones, ligaments, tendons, blood supply, or muscles to move the bones?
    Answer — when the multicellular life got large enough to need them. Those that had them and could utilize them better survived. Repeat several million times.
    h. The nervous system, repair system, or hormone system?
    Answer — see previous answer.
    i. The immune system or the need for it?
    Answer — see previous answer.
    16. There are many thousands of examples of symbiosis that defy an evolutionary explanation. Why must we teach students that evolution is the only explanation for these relationships?
    Answer — please describe several of these “thousands of examples”.
    17. How would evolution explain mimicry? Did the plants and animals develop mimicry by chance, by their intelligent choice, or by design?
    Answer — those that could mimic survived better. Repeat several thousand/million times.
    18. When, where, why, and how did man evolve feelings? Love, mercy, guilt, etc. would never evolve in the theory of evolution.
    Answer — then you don’t understand social psychology and basic evolutionary theory.
    19. How did photosynthesis evolve?
    Answer — lots of light available, many readily available photochemicals, etc.
    20. How did thought evolve?
    Answer — I’m thinking, I’m thinking!
    21. How did flowering plants evolve, and from what?
    Answer — from non-flowering plants. Duh!
    22. What kind of evolutionist are you? Why are you not one of the other eight or ten kinds?
    Answer — what kind of theist are you? Why aren’t you one of the thousands of other kinds?
    23. What would you have said fifty years ago if I told you I had a living coelacanth in my aquarium?
    Answer — I would surmise that you lived in the Sumatran or Indian oceanic area.
    24. Is there one clear prediction of macroevolution that has proved true?
    Answer — No, there’s thousands of them.
    25. What is so scientific about the idea of hydrogen gas becoming human?
    Answer — H2 doesn’t directly become human.
    26. Do you honestly believe that everything came from nothing?
    Answer — nope. I think there is something beyond the universal event horizon, but we will never know or detect what it is (at least not in the next few hundred years)
    I see you don’t have any answers
    I see alot of posturing though….chuckles

  3. Thomas Covenant Says:

    Ah — so I see that you will dismiss any challenges and rebuttals to your inanity with a non-witty remark and a handwave.
    As I stated in my previous remarks, most of the “answers” you are asking for require FAR MORE INFORMATION than could possibly be provided in a blog response. In fact, several (most?) of your “questions” easily entail at least one, possibly more, college-level courses to fully explain the evidence and theories involved.

    Actually what I did was point out your overuseage of auxillary verbs such as “may have” “could have” and adverbs such as possibly.
    You are arguing ab ovo and you don’t have a clue on how to answer those questions,yet you come on here like some kind of mind and crash like a flaming star.You are but a dim bulb.

    Rather than actually engaging in substantial discussions and worthwhile exchanges, you prefer mockery, ridicule and avoidance. Of course, when challenged with substance and facts, such tactics tend to only make YOU look like a fool and a charlatan. Why not address one or two of my answers in detail, and show why they are wrong?
    As for “posturing”, why is it that human posture appears designed for quadrupedal movement? All of the internal organ attachment sites are along the dorsal column, for instance?
    Was there a challenge?
    Excuse me for not seeing one.
    It’s only my inate sense of logic, and labeling.
    You need to come back when you learn how to debate someone that is beyond your level that allows you to sustain a cogent argument.
    I want answers and not opinions.
    You are unable to provide that.
    You are a God-Hating troll.

  4. Thomas Covenant Says:

    “Actually what I did was point out your overuseage of auxillary verbs such as “may have” “could have” and adverbs such as possibly.
    You are arguing ab ovo and you don’t have a clue on how to answer those questions,yet you come on here like some kind of mind and crash like a flaming star.You are but a dim bulb.”
    Gee, please point out where I used the terms “may have”, “could have” and “possibly” in the specific answers I gave to your “26 questions”. Other than a single answer, I’m betting you can’t. So why are you lying on your own blog? Why attack me, when all I did was answer your silly list of questions? Why is it that an answer of “don’t know” isn’t good enough for you? Do YOU know the answer to all those questions?

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    Thomas Covenant | averylinden@yahoo.com | IP: 64.126.59.19
    1. Where did the space for the universe come from?
    Answer: Don’t know — we currently don’t have the technology to observe/investigate what exists beyond the universe event horizon approximately 13.7 billion light years away.
    2. Where did matter come from?
    Answer: Don’t know — we currently don’t have the technology to observe/investigate what exists beyond the universe event horizon approximately 13.7 billion light years away.
    3. Where did the laws of the universe come from (gravity, inertia, etc.)?
    Answer — from the crystalization of the free-energy state that started in the Big Bang as the naecent universe cooled. Of course, because we currently don’t have the technology to observe/investigate what exists beyond the universe event horizon approximately 13.7 billion light years away, we cannot say whether this is a one-time event, or one of an infinite number of similar events, or anywhere in between.
    4. How did matter get so perfectly organized?
    Answer — please define “perfectly organized”. What would “unorganized matter” look like, and how do you know?
    5. Where did the energy come from to do all the organizing?
    Answer: Don’t know — we currently don’t have the technology to observe/investigate what exists beyond the universe event horizon approximately 13.7 billion light years away.
    6. When, where, why, and how did life come from dead matter?
    Answer — Assuming you are referring to life on Earth, it would have had to occur sometime between 4.55 bya (estimated formation time of the solar system) and 3.2 bya (earliest definitively identified biological fossils). Where — given that we know the earth’s crust has recycled and regenerated numerous times since the time of the first life forms, it’s pretty much impossible to identify any precise locations (besides, why the hell would it matter WHERE it happened). Why — because it can reproduce.
    7. When, where, why, and how did life learn to reproduce itself?
    Answer — sometime within the first 500,000 years after it initially formed.
    [Citation Needed]
    8. With what did the first cell capable of sexual reproduction reproduce?
    Answer — another one of it’s cell types/species. Consider it a case of single-celled rape.
    Answer~Doesn’t know
    9. Why would any plant or animal want to reproduce more of its kind since this would only make more mouths to feed and decrease the chances of survival? (Does the individual have a drive to survive, or the species? How do you explain this?)
    Answer — read up on population genetics, evo-devo and immunology. If you really are serious, several basic-to-advanced college level courses in these subjects can provide a basic comprehensive explanation. A blog response is nowhere near large enough to provide an answer.
    10. How can mutations (recombining of the genetic code) create any new, improved varieties? (Recombining English letters will never produce Chinese books.)
    Translation-No Answer
    Answer — genetics: the duplication, subsequent mutation and further selection of existing genes. Read a good introductory college genetics text, or take a course at your local college or university.
    Translation-No Answer
    11. Is it possible that similarities in design between different animals prove a common Creator instead of a common ancestor?
    Answer — only if it’s an incredibly inept and disfunctional Creator.
    12. Natural selection only works with the genetic information available and tends only to keep a species stable. How would you explain the increasing complexity in the genetic code that must have occurred if evolution were true?
    Answer — mutations provide the raw material to generate new information, selection culls the ones that don’t make the grade. Read a good introductory college genetics text, or take a course at your local college or university.
    Translation-No Answer
    13. When, where, why, and how did
    a. Single-celled plants become multi-celled? (Where are the two and three-celled intermediates?)
    Answer — sometime before 2.8 bya (if you consider photosynthetic bacteria-like cells “plants”)
    b. Single-celled animals evolve?
    Answer — Define “animal” in this context. Are you referring to generic eukaryotes?
    c. Fish change to amphibians?
    Answer — Sometime after 500 mya (I’m no paleontologist)
    d. Amphibians change to reptiles?
    Answer — sometime after the amphibians developed.
    e. Reptiles change to birds? (The lungs, bones, eyes, reproductive organs, heart, method of locomotion, body covering, etc., are all very different!)
    Answer — Sometime around 400 mya was the start, although complete division of the groups probably didn’t occur for several tens of millions of years.
    f. How did the intermediate forms live?
    Answer — if they didn’t live and survive, they wouldn’t have left decendants.
    Translation-No Answer
    14. When, where, why, how, and from what did:
    a. Whales evolve?
    b. Sea horses evolve?
    c. Bats evolve?
    d. Eyes evolve?
    e. Ears evolve?
    f. Hair, skin, feathers, scales, nails, claws, etc., evolve?
    Answer — Don’t know. Not an evo-devo or paleotological development specialist.
    15. Which evolved first (how, and how long, did it work without the others)?
    a. The digestive system, the food to be digested, the appetite, the ability to find and eat the food, the digestive juices, or the body’s resistance to its own digestive juice (stomach, intestines, etc.)?
    Answer — the digestive system would have started with the single-celled. After all, they ingest, digest and metabolize external foods. Any further development would be a modification of that basic system (FYI, the cells in your intestinal lumen walls perform the exact same actions, each and every time you eat your dinner)
    b. The drive to reproduce or the ability to reproduce?
    Answer — about the same time the first life developed.
    c. The lungs, the mucus lining to protect them, the throat, or the perfect mixture of gases to be breathed into the lungs?
    Answer — when there was a need to
    d. DNA or RNA to carry the DNA message to cell parts?
    Answer — possibly before there was a cell, possibly after. We just don’t know.
    e. The termite or the flagella in its intestines that actually digest the cellulose?
    Answer — what “flagella in its intestine”? Are you referring to something specific, or are you just fishing?
    f. The plants or the insects that live on and pollinate the plants?
    Answer — cogenerative evolutionary pressures.
    g. The bones, ligaments, tendons, blood supply, or muscles to move the bones?
    Answer — when the multicellular life got large enough to need them. Those that had them and could utilize them better survived. Repeat several million times.
    h. The nervous system, repair system, or hormone system?
    Answer — see previous answer.
    i. The immune system or the need for it?
    Answer — see previous answer.
    16. There are many thousands of examples of symbiosis that defy an evolutionary explanation. Why must we teach students that evolution is the only explanation for these relationships?
    Answer — please describe several of these “thousands of examples”.
    Translation-No Answer
    17. How would evolution explain mimicry? Did the plants and animals develop mimicry by chance, by their intelligent choice, or by design?
    Answer — those that could mimic survived better. Repeat several thousand/million times.
    18. When, where, why, and how did man evolve feelings? Love, mercy, guilt, etc. would never evolve in the theory of evolution.
    Answer — then you don’t understand social psychology and basic evolutionary theory.
    19. How did photosynthesis evolve?
    Answer — lots of light available, many readily available photochemicals, etc.
    Translation-No Answer
    20. How did thought evolve?
    Answer — I’m thinking, I’m thinking!
    21. How did flowering plants evolve, and from what?
    Answer — from non-flowering plants. Duh!
    Translation-No Answer
    22. What kind of evolutionist are you? Why are you not one of the other eight or ten kinds?
    Answer — what kind of theist are you? Why aren’t you one of the thousands of other kinds?
    Translation-No Answer
    23. What would you have said fifty years ago if I told you I had a living coelacanth in my aquarium?
    Answer — I would surmise that you lived in the Sumatran or Indian oceanic area.
    Translation-No Answer
    24. Is there one clear prediction of macroevolution that has proved true?
    Answer — No, there’s thousands of them.
    Translation-No Answer
    25. What is so scientific about the idea of hydrogen gas becoming human?
    Answer — H2 doesn’t directly become human.
    Translation-No Answer
    26. Do you honestly believe that everything came from nothing?
    Answer — nope. I think there is something beyond the universal event horizon, but we will never know or detect what it is (at least not in the next few hundred years)
    Translation-No Answer
    I see you don’t have any answers
    I see alot of posturing though….chuckles
    Dummy…. you answer a challenge built on strawman arguments, and your ability to not answer a single challenge from science proves you evolutionists don’t know when to shut up when you don’t know what you’re talking about.
    You’re a paper tiger,all puffed up on paper but unable to accept an intelligent challenge with scientific and intelligent answers.
    Oh, and what is “ab ovo”?
    “Was there a challenge?
    Excuse me for not seeing one.
    Stupidity cuts deep to the bone
    It’s only my inate sense of logic, and labeling.
    You need to come back when you learn how to debate someone that is beyond your level that allows you to sustain a cogent argument.
    I want answers and not opinions.
    You are unable to provide that.
    You are a God-Hating troll.”
    The final challenge was to explain why, when looking objectively and without a priori opinions on the origin of the species, do all the internal organs of the human body attach along the spinal column if we were “designed” to be bipedal? After all, the only time we see such an attachment structure is in quadrupeds. And what sort of designer attaches the delicate and necessary parts at a 90 deg angle to gravity, thus causing potential damage, pain and failure?
    And you’ve failed to answer a single one of the twenty six questions and somehow you think that I owe you something.
    Your above statement is an argument against abiogenisis.

    That you failed to see that “challenge” (not to mention all the others) is a testament to yourself. Perhaps I need to use smaller words?
    And why do you call me a “god hating troll”? How do you know I hate god (I won’t even bother asking which god)? I provided you answers, perhaps not in the full depth that you’d prefer — but all you’d have to do is ask for clarification, not insult and attack me.
    You seem to think that because someone doesn’t provide a full 700-page dissertation on something, it’s simply “opinion”? Are you nuts?
    Everything you’ve given us has never been duplicated in any laboratory any place on Earth yet you want to be taken seriously as a scholar? 700 pages of crap intermingled with some facts???
    Emailers and lurkers should I tell him how silly that he appears, or just enjoy the show?

  5. Thomas Covenant Says:

    Hey, dumbass — since when is admitting that one does not have enough information and simply saying “we don’t know” a case of using “auxillary verbs and adverbs”?
    Oh, and for the record, you made another stupid mistake (not much of a surprise, really):
    You said:
    “Was there a challenge?
    Excuse me for not seeing one.”
    And replied to YOURSELF:
    “Stupidity cuts deep to the bone”
    For once, I can agree with you — your stupidity doesn’t stop until it hits rock bottom (and then you’re the type to pull out the shovel and try to dig deeper).
    Have you ever taken a course at a level higher than high school? It sure doesn’t seem like it from your postings and rants here. You certainly haven’t ever set foot in a major university genetics/biochemistry lab, let alone any intro-level biology course.
    You say what I’ve described has never been “duplicated in a laboratory anyplace on earth”. Do you want to make a wager on that, foolish boy? I answered every one of your idiot questions, regardless of whether you think they meet your “standards” (sorry, I don’t stoop that low). And all of my answers are based in fact and reason, unlike the random babblings and hate-filled rhetoric you spew.
    You can call me “silly” all you want — names don’t bother me. Until you actually crack open a textbook and learn to read it, you won’t have any clue about what science actually is, what the evidence shows, and how coherent, complete and comprehensive the theories are. Don’t expect me to do YOUR homework and studies for you —

    get off your ass, enroll in a university somewhere, and work to get a degree in something.

    Does a masters in Electrical Engineering degree count because it’s all that I have to offer?
    Now that little distance online learning course for your Microsoft certifications are not real degrees did you know that?
    Working the fryer at your local McDonalds is as close to a college as you’re ever going to get.</em>
    Until you can show some substance to back up your bald (and idiotic) assertions, all you are is a gutless windbag. Go fuck yourself.
    <em>Atheism is DEAD.. cold and dead as your answerless rebuttals and so is Nietzsche. On a rational level, your atheistic faith doesn’t even add up. Even evolution points to some sort of creation. Unbiased, honest opinion? Truthful disbelief of god based on ones own ideas and thoughts? Hell no! Not here! That crap is for pansies! If you’ve ever said “you know – I hate god. I hate the idea of god, and I just want to show how much I hate him. Are my points valid? No – most of them are plagiarized, standard crap. But I hate him all the same.” then this site is for you.This is one of the smallest of reasons why I can wipe the floor with any Anti-theist debater, it is like taking candy from a baby.
    Wiping my boot on you was a five second exercise.</em>

  6. Callyn Says:

    1. Where did the space for the universe come from?
    There was no space before the universe. The universe itself created the space.

    BONK!

    2. Where did matter come from?
    It condensed from the energy released from the big bang. Also, at the infintessimal level (sub-sub-atomic), matter can appear and disappear at any time.

    BONK!

    Next?

  7. Thomas Covenant Says:

    Does a masters in Electrical Engineering degree count because it’s all that I have to offer?
    Not really, when you’re dealing with topics in cosmology, astronomy, biology, and chemistry (among others). You really should get out from behind all your wires and switches and see what the REAL world has to offer.

    If you knew 1/2 of what I’ve forgotten on the subjects you embrace you need to consider yourself lucky.

    [i]Now that little distance online learning course for your Microsoft certifications are not real degrees did you know that?
    Working the fryer at your local McDonalds is as close to a college as you’re ever going to get.[/i]
    Umm, who the fuck are you talking about, AS? I’ve got a Bachelor’s degree in Biology, a Master’s degree in Microbiology/Molecular Biology, and 20 years of working in a biologics pharmaceutical industry as a technical expert. Somehow, I think that trumps your EE training when it comes to understanding evolutionary biology.

    You forgot to mention you PhD in the art of bullshitting.
    Checkmate.

    [i]Atheism is DEAD.. cold and dead as your answerless rebuttals and so is Nietzsche. On a rational level, your atheistic faith doesn’t even add up. Even evolution points to some sort of creation. Unbiased, honest opinion? Truthful disbelief of god based on ones own ideas and thoughts? Hell no! Not here! That crap is for pansies! If you’ve ever said “you know – I hate god. I hate the idea of god, and I just want to show how much I hate him. Are my points valid? No – most of them are plagiarized, standard crap. But I hate him all the same.” then this site is for you.This is one of the smallest of reasons why I can wipe the floor with any Anti-theist debater, it is like taking candy from a baby.

    Interesting that you show so much hatred and anger at something you deny even exists — perhaps it’s a subtle sign of the weakness of your own faith? I’ve never said I “hate god”, just that I do not accept the claims attributed to him by his self-proclaimed followers.

    Ummmm can you cite where I stated that I don’t believe that atheism exists or has all of this education you lay claim to failed you ,miserably as the balance of your life has?
    One months paycheck says you ignore this challenge….

    The truth is that you deny God, and my rock solid faith and experience attests to that as the opinon on non-atheists as well.You hate God and that’s why you are in this conversation because you have a burning hate and healthy interest in him.
    Checkmate again.


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