wait...i'm going somewhere with this...
so under it of course there were a crapload of hilarious comments. but after a while it came down to a fight between some atheist and a guy who is apparently a creationist.
and they were both spouting a million "facts" a minute, everything from fossil records to ancient aliens
so ultimately there was a mention of the creationist museum. in it you have an exhibit of people living with dinosaurs.
now. i wont go into speculative science, of the possibilities of it... my point is this...
whether you believe it or not....damn it it's fucking awesome XD
edited the pic to distinguish this as young earth creationism. in my country we dont really know of these distinctions, but you live you learn
Yay for feathery awesome T-Rex!
Thanks, this made my day.
Like Hardcore Flintstones!
I remember the Romans used to use Geese as an alarm system. The Gauls would attack naked and the geese would, well.... I guess it would be the gauls that made most of the noise.
Now, what if they used Velociraptors instead?
Plus, dude, it's frickin' awsome to ride a dino, even if you are a evolutionist atheist.
Religions are formed around the idea of God, how humans perceive him. And to group all those together. Would be like judging all homosexuals by the people who get aids.
"babies are obviously not born with god-hating vigor you display."
1.I don't hate god, I just don't believe in him and I hate ignorance.
2.BABIES ARE BORN ATHEIST. (Look at the Piraha people for a clear example)
3.Yes, I am humanist, if you said so to subject my argument to ridicule and bias then you're starting off really bad.
"You might than argue that it is the only true thing we can see and believe, but I would argue that science is ghostly itself; Only showing up to a lucky few."
Science is not ghostly, it is very clear but requires understanding, just as everything around us, it requires knowledge and a specific mind-set, everything can be measured, then exploited, if a measurement is wrong, then all else is wrong too, it's either black or white, there is NO ambiguity in a hypothesis once it has been falsified, proven and evidenced to become classified a theory. It is very OCD-ish and it helps people discover proven things as they are, without gray areas and also allows poeple to research untrodden paths with correct criteria.
"Go ask a man who has almost nothing between him and his world, I doubt he will have a strong concept of science, but something else will linger"
Yes, ignorance will linger, read Francis Bacon on idols, but it is all case sensitive and depends on each persons personal brand of delusion, tribes people are rather animistic than deistic, so if we had to judge upon your argument, then the primeval lingering non-sense isn't in fact the belief in a supernatural being but rather a fear of the unknown.-