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alang1216

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You're lying and have nothing. There's no youtube to demonstrate spontaneous generation or abiogenesis.

Here's an scientific experiment that disproves life from non-life -- How the Scientific Method Works.
First off, abiogenesis is not the same as evolution. Second, your link was off topic for both sciences.
 

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Proof is for mathematicians, science settles for evidence and the theory that best fits the evidence is the one that is generally accepted. What proof do you have that George Washington was our first President? Were you there?
Now you have completely lost it. Do you have proof he wasn't? Science is never settled. That's ideology at it's worst. Yes, people decide what fits the evidence the best to them. Yet, the evidence isn't settled. It's just evidence.
 

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Now you have completely lost it. Do you have proof he wasn't?
You expect me to prove a negative? No can do. Can you prove you never murdered anyone?

Science is never settled. That's ideology at it's worst. Yes, people decide what fits the evidence the best to them. Yet, the evidence isn't settled. It's just evidence.
Science is never finished but current theories are the ones that best explain the evidence. Currently the evidence points to evolution from a common ancestor and not special creation.
 
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You expect me to prove a negative? No can do. Can you prove you never murdered anyone?


Science is never finished but current theories are the ones that best explain the evidence. Currently the evidence points to evolution from a common ancestor and not special creation.
Only in your mind it does. See, either way, it was God who has always been in control of the organization of the universe. But, there's no doubt Noah's Flood happened and it was about 4500 years ago that caused the earth's plates to separate.
 

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Only in your mind it does.
And the mind of the vast majority of scientists.

See, either way, it was God who has always been in control of the organization of the universe. But, there's no doubt Noah's Flood happened and it was about 4500 years ago that caused the earth's plates to separate.
Odd that there is no evidence for a global flood 4,500 years ago and no known natural mechanism that would enable plates to move so rapidly (they certainly don't move so quickly today). You're welcome to believe it was a work of a supernatural power but then you can't claim that science confirms the Bible. It is one or the other.
 

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You expect me to prove a negative? No can do. Can you prove you never murdered anyone?


Science is never finished but current theories are the ones that best explain the evidence. Currently the evidence points to evolution from a common ancestor and not special creation.
Where did that ancestor come from?
 

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Only in your mind it does. See, either way, it was God who has always been in control of the organization of the universe. But, there's no doubt Noah's Flood happened and it was about 4500 years ago that caused the earth's plates to separate.

Noah's flood is a myth from Sumer. 😂😂😂😂
 

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Noah's flood is a myth from Sumer. 😂😂😂😂
It was probably real and most likely covered the known world at that time. Remember, back then people were very isolated.

"Sediment layers suggest that 7,500 years ago Mediterranean water roared into the Black Sea"

"It was this event that Pitman and Ryan believe could be the flood recorded in the Book of Genesis. The salt water poured through the deepening channel, creating a waterfall 200 times the volume of Niagara Falls (anyone who has ever traveled to the base of the falls on the Maid of the Mist will have a sense of the power involved). In a single day enough water came through the channel to cover Manhattan to a depth at least two times the height of the World Trade Center, and the roar of the cascading water would have been audible at least 100 miles away. Anyone living in the fertile farmlands on the northern rim of the sea would have had the harrowing experience of seeing the boundary of the ocean move inland at the rate of a mile a day."
I would not believe everything the Bible says but I also do not discount everything in it.
 

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It was probably real and most likely covered the known world at that time. Remember, back then people were very isolated.

"Sediment layers suggest that 7,500 years ago Mediterranean water roared into the Black Sea"

"It was this event that Pitman and Ryan believe could be the flood recorded in the Book of Genesis. The salt water poured through the deepening channel, creating a waterfall 200 times the volume of Niagara Falls (anyone who has ever traveled to the base of the falls on the Maid of the Mist will have a sense of the power involved). In a single day enough water came through the channel to cover Manhattan to a depth at least two times the height of the World Trade Center, and the roar of the cascading water would have been audible at least 100 miles away. Anyone living in the fertile farmlands on the northern rim of the sea would have had the harrowing experience of seeing the boundary of the ocean move inland at the rate of a mile a day."
I would not believe everything the Bible says but I also do not discount everything in it.

The Black Sea breech was a slow moving flood. There was plenty of time to move families and livestock to higher ground.
 

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The Black Sea breech was a slow moving flood. There was plenty of time to move families and livestock to higher ground.
The Black Sea breech was a slow moving flood. There was plenty of time to move families and livestock to higher ground.
Did you read the link?

"In a single day enough water came through the channel to cover Manhattan to a depth at least two times the height of the World Trade Center"
And this:
200 times the volume of Niagara Falls

That actually seems like a lot of water coming pretty fast.
 

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Did you read the link?

"In a single day enough water came through the channel to cover Manhattan to a depth at least two times the height of the World Trade Center"

That actually seems pretty fast.

It's a lousy article. Look at a map.
 

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It's a lousy article. Look at a map.
Sorry but, I think the Smithsonian is more trustworthy than your opinion of a map.
 

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A mile a day???
A mile a day is a disaster however, the bottom line is that a flood DID occur. You do understand that the Bible is a tertiary source at best and the stories therein do not depict exact, detailed descriptions of actual events? All I am saying is that a flood did occur.
 

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You're free to call religion whatever you want but it is NOT science. A good example is 'kind', there is no scientific equivalent to his term.
Mankind. Now revamped to "humankind" for the PC crowd
 

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The man in the video argues that if most life forms we know today originated from a bacteria then that bacteria would have experience a gain of information to create things that are not present in the bacteria DNA information.

If the man in the video argues that. Then the man in the video doesn't understand evolution and natural selection.

When chromosomes from two donors are combined during fertilization ... the replication isn't always 100% representative of both.

Errors in the DNA coding can creep into the code. Most times these errors are benign. Sometimes, they are deadly, and sometimes, they result in a slight change to the organism that may help it survive better in its environment.

This isn't a gain or a loss of information, just a change.

If that genetic mutation is beneficial, the organism will thrive and pass that mutation on to more of its offspring.

Things like eyes, ears, and other components of complex organisms don't suddenly appear. They are the product of millions of genetic mutations, compounded over millions of generations to create new creatures.
 

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A mile a day is a disaster however, the bottom line is that a flood DID occur. You do understand that the Bible is a tertiary source at best and the stories therein do not depict exact, detailed descriptions of actual events? All I am saying is that a flood did occur.

Floods of the Euphrates river basin were fairly common. That is what built the delta south of Basra. These floods weren't world wide.
 

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Where did that ancestor come from?
Mommy and Daddy of course. I'm also taller, smarter, and better looking than they were so an excellent example of evolution in action.
 

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Mankind. Now revamped to "humankind" for the PC crowd
Also not a scientific term. Are Neanderthals "humankind"? How about Lucy? We share about 99% of our DNA with chimpanzees, are they humankind"?
 

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