A Question For The Evolution Supporters...

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    Where did water come from?
     
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    maybe Beer! then again I kinda like Creationism.....cause Jesus makes wine outta water..maybe beer too! :wine: :beer:


    Let's see...H2O...two parts hydrogen one part oxygen...add some grapes or mash...and walla...wine and beer...pass it through the digestive system and walla water again!
     
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    What does water have to do with evolution?
     
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    I'll tell ya clay.... all you ever do is ask questions. Now you're asking a question to answer a question?

    Forget it. Go ask your mama.
     
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    For Christ sake arch... you're talking about PISS not water. You drunk?
     
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    The point is, water has nothing to do with evolution, unless you know something I don't, hence the question.

    Evolution is a theory regarding the creation of life, not the materials that surround it. Asking where water came from is like asking where rocks came from, or where clouds came from, or where the ozone came from. That's not a part of the theory of evolution.

    No need to get grumpy.
     
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    sitting here eating a strawberry yogurt and having a glass of water...hoping it turns to wine...miracles do happen no? Just having a little fun cause when I get serious the Ninjas come outta the wood work and attack...and for the serious though "piss" is relatively clean water...so say the experts!...lol
     
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    Why didn't you just try and answer the damn question, instead of starting right in with your incessant, and growing adolescent, questions?

    The point is, without "water", LIFE canNOT exist on earth. Evolutionists contend that life crawled out of the primortal ooze, somehow, by magic. So evolution aside, WHERE DID THE WATER COME FROM?
     
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    Ninja's come out of the woodwork? :eek2: What the hell kind of yogurt is that? Jack Daniels yogurt?

    You can't DRINK piss. You'll get sick.
     
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    It came from the same place that rocks, air, the ozone, and all other non-living matter came from. Some say it was the Big Bang theory. Other's don't agree with that. The origin of the planet is no where near being a solved mystery... scientifically speaking of course. But, I'll say again, the origin of water has nothing to do with evolution. You could believe that God created the earth and all non-living matter, as well as one single organism that blossomed into life, yet still believe in evolution. Water works with evolution; it is not a product of it.
     

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