Another Dumb Creationist Argument FallsRe: A Deck of Cards Disproves Evolution
- --- In email@example.com, "Mark L. Bakke" <mlbakke1@...> wrote:
>Lee Singular or plural the statement is incorrect. Your intent may have been what you state, but your actually written staement i wrong. Period.
> >>> Tin:
> >>> But DNA isn't in order include random mutations and ERV insertions sprinkled throughout.
> >>> Obviously you don't know what you are talking about.
> >>> Gabor: Do you Tin? I do not think so. Try again please. Thanks. and greetings:
> >>> DINOHUNTER: Gabor, please explain what was wrong with what Tin said. Thanks and Blessings!!
> >>> Gabor:
> >>> Hi Dinohunter, Tin refers to "muations" and retroviruses, but the problem is that he does not have the faintest idea where all those things and anything else came from, Now that is the real question Dinohunter. The real ORIGIN of things existing. Thanks and best wishes.
> >> BAKKE
> >> Um... aren't mutations and retroviruses exactly the same things no matter what "the real origin" of things might be? Don't they still function exactly as we observe them?
> > Lee
> > Wow Marke, do you want to rephrase your statement?
> > Mutations and retroviruses are not the same thing
> I didn't say that they were. I said that they were the same *things*.
> You do know the difference between the singular "thing" and the
> plural "things", don't you? My statement says that the origins of
> these things (plural, not singular) are exactly what we observe no
> matter what their origins (plural again) might have been.
> > LeeWhy bother bashing Gabor? plenty of people doing it. It is also like shooting a fish in a barrel. Not much entertainment value in that at all.
> > A mistake due to brevity, or what you really think?
> You're trying *WAYYYYYYYYYYY* too hard to find something to use
> against me. Embarrassment from our previous discussion, perhaps?
> C'mon, Lee. If you're truly what you claim, you should be jumping on
> Gabor, not on me.
- "The facts are simple, the earth is flat." ~ Charles K. Johnson,
leader of the Biblical Flat Earth movement.
> Gabor::Tin: Gabor did you know that flat earthism in the modern, English speaking western world is based almost entirely on the Bible ?
> > Serious conceptual confusion reverend Dave sorry. Creation is not > >a "theory". It is recorded history.
> Tin: Like Biblical Flat Earthism ?
> Ah <foolery>
Are you familiar at all with Charles Johnson leader of the Biblical Flat earth movement up until the 1990s ?
Do you know much of anything about anything ?
Well, at least you're confident !
"Ignorance begets confidence more often than does knowledge...." -