Darwin vs DNA, cont...

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    Starting a new thread, b/c the previous is too long, not reading all that shit.

    One thing that creationism can not explain, is the great difference species between in the same region, with the same climate, who are seperated by some sort of natural barrier (usually being very deep water).

    The problem with using the genetic code as an argument for intelligent design is that the genetic code in every animal is made to randomized, like a slot machine. This tells us that diversity in offspring, and MUTATION whether good or bad, is a necessary part of carrying on the genetic code, and in essence life.

    Another thing, No where in the bible does it put christ in the 6th dimension. The only thing we really know about the extra dimensions is that for quantum mechanics and general relativity to form one cohesive theory, is that they have to be there according to M-theory. We also know that these dimensions are very tiny and unmeasurable. Why would something that created the Universe be subject to the rules of a tiny unmeasurable dimension, instead of being outside of its creation? Jesus stuck in a tiny dimension... Doesn't really sound like the son of God to me.
     
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    amrchaos Pentheus torn apart

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    Hold it

    6th dimension christ. Time traveling christ?

    OK--you theologians are going to far. It is obvious you are making this crap up as you go--if not, then it would have been discussed eons ago.

    Just give up the all theis metaphysical mythological mumbo jumbo and switch to basic philosophy. You will become much more well respected in the long run.
     
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    6th dimention I dont think has anything to do with time travel, time travel is all in space-time. But yea that was in response to someone who tried to say that the bible hinted that Jesus was in the 6th dimension, which is just ridiculous and I would like to know where they got this from.

    And to answer the question in your profile pick, businesses wont support libertarionism b/c they are not getting elected anytime soon. I like a majority of libertarian domestic policy, I dont think the government has any right to tell people what soda to drink, what car to buy, or how to run business. I dont really agree with their foreign policy, its not terrible, but I dont think its wise to tell nato to suck a dick. Mainly because I believe there is going to be another world war within the century and America gonna be involved whether we like it or not. And say (this may never happen but just i.e.) china and russia decide to gang rape the US, I dont care how powerful our military is, there's only so much we can do against that, and it would be great to have nato nations on our side if such a war were to ever happen.
     
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    Well, first let's see if the seculars agree with you:
    Hawking:
    You can eat an orange from the inside out in the 6th dimension, and you can also appear out of nowhere, which is what Jesus kept doing in His glorified human body.
    He did what Hawking ponders, >" if time travel is a possibility, why hasn't anyone come back to show us how?"
    One did. To bad Hawking is not a religious man.
     
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