Response to Bill Nye the intolerant science guy

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  1. Freewill
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    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r-AyDtD6sPA&feature=player_embedded]Bill Nye, Creationism is Highly Appropriate for our Children - YouTube[/ame]
     
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    "Supposed billions of years of Earth history"? Holy fuck.

    The Flintstones was not a true story.
     
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    thanks for the Barney like response.
     
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    Your OP is barney-like. There's nothing intolerant about what Bill Nye said. Theology doesn't belong in the science classroom.
     
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    I am guessing it was the guy from Brown university to which you disagree?

    You do understand that the argument is not evolution per se but creation which evolution, and science are incapable of explaining.

    Sorry if you mind is closed to any discussion on the matter. But it seems to me that to believe that something that is seemingly beyond statistical possibility did happen by chance seems irrational.
     
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    How old is the Earth?
     
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    4.6 billion years old. The young earth theory has zero credibility.
     
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    Old enough
     
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    Who brought up young Earth?????

    BTW how do you know its age? Did you count the tree rings?
     

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