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January 8, 2008

Science Marches On

Creation ScienceTrue science, that is.

A Texas-based institute that advocates creationism as part of science curriculums is seeking state approval to grant an online master’s degree in science education, sparking renewed controversy over the place of religion in science classrooms, according to a report in the Houston Chronicle.

The Institute for Creation Research, which is based out of Dallas, says it teaches its graduate students “more typical secular perspectives” alongside creationism.

According to the school’s mission statement, the proposed program would prepare teachers to “understand the universe within the integrating framework of Biblical creationism,” the Chronicle reports.

After this campaign is over with, I may apply for one of these degrees. This curriculum is designed by people who understand the way things really are:

According to the Institute’s Web site, students and faculty must profess faith in a literal translation of the Bible, including the belief that God created the world in six days and made life in their current forms, that the Earth is only a couple thousand years old and the fossil record is the result of the great flood as described in the Bible.

In other words, no moonbats allowed. No trolls allowed. No Communist secularist humanist Copernicans allowed. My kind of program. When Huckabee wins the White House, it’s going to be everyone’s kind of program. That’s a promise, folks.

God bless America.

46 Comments »

  1. “After this campaign is over with, I may apply for one of these degrees.”

    I can’t decide if that is a good thing or a bad thing.

    On the one hand, it WOULD (presumably) leave you too busy with course work to spew your reactionary, hate-filled drivel all over the internet: on the other hand, this site IS pretty amusing to read!😉

    Comment by indyandy — January 8, 2008 @ 10:19 am | Reply

  2. If Sisyphus gets a science degree, I’ll eat my shoes.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — January 8, 2008 @ 11:06 am | Reply

  3. Maybe my English is not perfect, but I presume you’re joking, right?

    Comment by The Lodge Keeper — January 8, 2008 @ 11:58 am | Reply

  4. I want one of these degrees too, Sisyphus. For my husband. Ralph is the one with the college degree in our household, and I know he’ll be thrilled when he hears about this program. Thank you for the information!

    Comment by Marcia P. — January 8, 2008 @ 12:49 pm | Reply

  5. God did it!

    Do I get my degree now.

    Comment by Rahein — January 8, 2008 @ 12:53 pm | Reply

  6. Read the Bible, Rahein. Read the Bible.

    You’re not half as funny as you think you are, sir.

    Comment by Sisyphus — January 8, 2008 @ 1:21 pm | Reply

  7. BTW, you’re welcome, Marcia. I hope Ralph enrolls, we may be classmates.

    Now, back to the campaign trail.

    Comment by Sisyphus — January 8, 2008 @ 1:22 pm | Reply

  8. you do realise that such a degree will never be accepted by any accredited universities, and the school (if you can call 54 people a school) has no intention of teaching science at all so they can’t really call it a science degree. They are just religious fanatics (similar to those that run this site) and sunday school teachers, they aren’t even real students.

    I wonder who it is that thinks they are qualified to give someone a degree in something unless they have the degree themselves. Wouldn’t that make the students more qualified in the subject than the faculty?
    (aren’t teachers supposed to already have a degree in the subject they teach?)

    Believe me, no such degree will ever be accepted by the department of education. So if any are actually given out it will be as “tokens” only.

    Comment by FadedRose — January 8, 2008 @ 2:01 pm | Reply

  9. That’s interesting, Sisyphus, and even though I don’t really accept Creation Science as it stands now, that sounds like a pretty important step toward legitimizing it in the public eye.

    However, as FadedRose expresses, I don’t know if other universities or the science community at large will support this. It’ll likely be as mocked by the secular community as a degree in theology, if not more so.

    Again, while I personally don’t believe in the idea of Creation Science, I do find it a shame that so many people would so quickly mock it and those who study it. Atheism, I believe, asks us to be open-minded. Even Richard Dawkins himself says that he is “almost certain” that there is no God, implying that he could be swayed otherwise given the appropriate evidence. If this pans out (regardless of who is elected to the White House), it’ll be interesting to see how it furthers debates such as this.

    Comment by Brian-sama — January 8, 2008 @ 2:54 pm | Reply

  10. The seed is planted – soon it will flower with the Grace of the Lord.

    Comment by dadaclu — January 8, 2008 @ 2:55 pm | Reply

  11. Average troll was average. Try harder next time, b4/b/tards.

    Comment by The Nobody — January 8, 2008 @ 3:01 pm | Reply

  12. Sisyphus going to college to get a science degree?

    [retarded fresh prince of bel air lyrics deleted.]

    Comment by Elephant Bones — January 8, 2008 @ 3:27 pm | Reply

  13. I would love to get one of these science degrees. Even better, however, we ought to supply the facilities with Darwin on the toilet paper. This will give him the dignity he deserves. I don’t understand how liberals can deny the Great Flood. It is obvious to everyone that the Garden of Eden was on the Arctic Circle.

    Comment by bobcorker — January 8, 2008 @ 8:01 pm | Reply

  14. Hey guys, the bible tells me I can kill my son if he talks back to me. That’s okay since it’s God’s word, right?

    Comment by [Love] THE JEWS IM CHRISTIAN — January 9, 2008 @ 1:24 am | Reply

  15. i may apply for this degree so i may have extra toilet paper.

    Comment by anonymous — January 9, 2008 @ 1:27 am | Reply

  16. It is about time Christian start fighting back from the abuse we have been taken from the atheist minority in this country. We’ve had that anti-Christian doctrine of Darwinism shoved down our throats long enough. Finally someone has opened school to teach future teachers on how to teach good science. Naturally all the secularist want to run them out of town for breaking the Darwinist dogma.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — January 9, 2008 @ 3:11 pm | Reply

  17. “I would love to get one of these science degrees. Even better, however, we ought to supply the facilities with Darwin on the toilet paper. This will give him the dignity he deserves. I don’t understand how liberals can deny the Great Flood. It is obvious to everyone that the Garden of Eden was on the Arctic Circle.”

    That’s a great idea, Bob!

    “Hey guys, the bible tells me I can kill my son if he talks back to me. That’s okay since it’s God’s word, right?”

    Yes, but not under the current state of moonbatted American law. Work for change, then make it so.

    “i may apply for this degree so i may have extra toilet paper.”

    Extra toilet paper is not mentioned in the article.

    “It is about time Christian start fighting back from the abuse we have been taken from the atheist minority in this country. We’ve had that anti-Christian doctrine of Darwinism shoved down our throats long enough. Finally someone has opened school to teach future teachers on how to teach good science. Naturally all the secularist want to run them out of town for breaking the Darwinist dogma.”

    They hate us because we’re truly free of their lies and distortions, BJ.

    Comment by Sisyphus — January 9, 2008 @ 4:17 pm | Reply

  18. “Extra toilet paper is not mentioned in the article.”

    No, but the degree would make good toilet paper, since it wouldn’t be good for anything else.
    Give someone a degree for being smart in the area of non-science, and call it a degree in science, too bad Jim Jones isn’t around to teach the class, he would fit right in with the rest of you.

    Comment by FadedRose — January 10, 2008 @ 7:43 am | Reply

  19. “Hey guys, the bible tells me I can kill my son if he talks back to me. That’s okay since it’s God’s word, right?”

    Yes, but not under the current state of moonbatted American law. Work for change, then make it so.

    So Sisy, would you like to mis-quote the bible to show us where it says we can kill our kids if they talk back?
    Sisy says we can kill our kids, and corker says kids can kill their parents, is there anyone that we are NOT supposed to kill?

    Comment by FadedRose — January 10, 2008 @ 7:50 am | Reply

  20. “I don’t understand how liberals can deny the Great Flood.”
    That has nothing to do with evolution, BJ. I believe in the Flood; it’s mentioned in more than just the Bible. Even the Epic of Gilgamesh discusses some catastrophic flood that ravaged the land.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — January 10, 2008 @ 10:20 am | Reply

  21. FadedRose So Sisy, would you like to mis-quote the bible to show us where it says we can kill our kids if they talk back?

    It says that in Deuteronomy 21

    “Deuteronomy 21:18 If a man have a stubborn and rebellious son, which will not obey the voice of his father, or the voice of his mother, and that, when they have chastened him, will not hearken unto them:

    Deuteronomy 21:19 Then shall his father and his mother lay hold on him, and bring him out unto the elders of his city, and unto the gate of his place;

    Deuteronomy 21:20 And they shall say unto the elders of his city, This our son is stubborn and rebellious, he will not obey our voice; he is a glutton, and a drunkard.

    Deuteronomy 21:21 And all the men of his city shall stone him with stones, that he die: so shalt thou put evil away from among you; and all Israel shall hear, and fear.” PRAISE!

    Pretty clear cut I’d say.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — January 10, 2008 @ 10:22 am | Reply

  22. The flood is undeniable. All historic accounts point to the reality of the flood. Just as all beliefs and even mythology refer to a great flood. In the bible it was Gods punishment for evil. In mythology is was Zues’ revenge on the country that set his son (Perseus)and his mother afloat in a coffin. In science it’s considered the effect of a period of global warming causing massive rainstorms and melting of the ice caps. But there is no one on this thread that is qualified to say as an absolute fact which of those is true. Unless you actually lived through it then you can’t know how it happened for sure. Just as you can’t know for sure that the bible is really the word of God, you weren’t there when it was written. Who told the authors what Adam and Eve said to each other? Neither Moses or his children wrote the old testament, and there were no other people alive on earth, so who knows what was said and done on the ark?
    It was also such a flood that inspired the legend of Atlantis.

    So you see, no one denies the great flood, they just disagree on how and why it happened. And none of us will ever know for sure.

    Comment by Arn — January 10, 2008 @ 10:47 am | Reply

  23. BJ, none of that gives a man the right to kill his child, it says to bring him before the elders of the city and explain his misbehavior so the elders can punish him, by that same quote, it would infer that we have the elders of our cities decide if our kids need punishment, I believe that’s the job of the modern day courts now, as it was the job of the courts then (you do realise that by the elders of the city, they mean the city’s governing body) But it doesn’t say the parents can do it, it’s up to the city to decide.
    Not so clear cut after all is it?

    Comment by Arn — January 10, 2008 @ 10:56 am | Reply

  24. Arn,

    It says nothing about the parents needing the permission of the town elders, just they must explain themselves to the town elders and that the men of the town must all participate in the killing along with the child’s father.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — January 10, 2008 @ 11:07 am | Reply

  25. You read all of that into that one verse. No wonder you have so many twisted ideas about what the bible means, it didn’t say for the father to join in. And it still doesn’t give the father the right to kill his son, but just to make sure this is all ok, take your son into town and tell the courts (or elders if you prefer) that he disobeys you and see if they will allow him to be stoned to death. I think they would lock you up for being mentally handicapped, with homocidal tendencies.

    Comment by Arn — January 10, 2008 @ 11:14 am | Reply

  26. “It says nothing about the parents needing the permission of the town elders, just they must explain themselves to the town elders and that the men of the town must all participate in the killing along with the child’s father.”

    Comment by BJ Tabor — January 10, 2008 @ 11:07 am

    BJ, you are the most moronic person on the planet. Kill yourself now.

    Comment by Spacebrother — January 10, 2008 @ 11:15 am | Reply

  27. “It says nothing about the parents needing the permission of the town elders, just they must explain themselves to the town elders and that the men of the town must all participate in the killing along with the child’s father.”

    good, you try that and see how far you get.

    Comment by Arn — January 10, 2008 @ 11:15 am | Reply

  28. BJ is obviously a Jihadist. I’m sure if Hillary or Obama wins, he’ll be the first to strap a bomb on himself.

    Comment by Spacebrother — January 10, 2008 @ 11:20 am | Reply

  29. Imagine this though, a whole new area of science to study and out of all the millions of people in this country only 54 were interested enough to want to take the course. All other subjects have more than that in each class on every campus. 54 is like one student per state. (and a possible four states with two)
    Sounds like a real popular subject.

    Comment by Arn — January 10, 2008 @ 11:36 am | Reply

  30. 54 people sign up for a bull[pucky] science program and you start calling it a revolution?

    Take some .50 caliber aspirin and call me in the morning

    Comment by How about no? — January 10, 2008 @ 12:25 pm | Reply

  31. Creationist studies are for people who are to stupid to read real college textbooks. Maybe it’s laziness but most certainly ignorance.

    Comment by Spacebrother — January 10, 2008 @ 1:13 pm | Reply

  32. “Creationist studies are for people who are to stupid to read real college textbooks. Maybe it’s laziness but most certainly ignorance.”

    Darwinist studies are for people who are too stupid to understand Creationism, or Intelligent Design. I can disprove evolution right here: Let’s say there are two kinds of deer, the kind that can dodge cars and the kind that can’t. Under the ‘theory’ of Darwin, the deer that can’t dodge cars would eventually die out, leaving only deer that can dodge cars. However, the statistics of deer being hit hardly fluctuate.

    This Creationist college needs more ideas for facilities. I have a few ideas:
    – A gas chamber for death row inmates, so we can practice chanting Scripture.
    – A laboratory for creating penguins (killing them off, of course, since letting them live defies God’s authority), to show that Darwinists can easily foster a lie on the American people and roll in the dough on garbage such as “March of the Penguins” and “Happy Feet”
    – A classroom debunking Heliocentrism and Globe Theory.
    – A slamball court.

    These are just quickly thought out ideas, but the facility must be multi-functional.

    Comment by bobcorker — January 10, 2008 @ 2:58 pm | Reply

  33. That’s so stupid it’s almost funny. There is no difference between deer that can dodge cars and deer that can’t, some get lucky and some don’t but there is no inherant ability that makes some capable of it and not others. So that proves nothing except that you know as much about deer as you know about the bible,, nothing.
    Create and kill penguins,, no one can create penguins except other penguins. And killing them is killing God’s creatures (the bible says God created ALL creatures, your denial of that calls the bible a liar)
    You can’t debunk heliocentrism or globe theory so just give that nonsense up you’ll only make a fool of yourself. (oops, you’ve done that already, over and over again)
    Practice chanting to the deaths of inmates, there’s that death thing again, why don’t you just admit that you are either lying about everything, or you seriously should be arrested for the protection of all those innocent people around you. But I guess they are safe because you are also a chicken, you can only try to persuede others to kill people, you’re too chicken to do it yourself.
    you’re a poor excuse for a human and a poor excuse for a troll, and I’m sure you’ll have a poor excuse for being that way.

    Comment by Arn — January 10, 2008 @ 7:32 pm | Reply

  34. “the bible says God created all CREATURES, your denial of that calls the bible a liar”

    Satan created the penguin. Its presumed prescence on a part of the world that is actually blistering with war can clearly show this. Penguins are not creatures, they are demons. Nowhere in the Bible do penguins come up.

    “There is no difference between deer that can dodge cars and deer that can’t, some get lucky and some don’t but there is no inherant ability that makes some capable of it and not others”

    How about deer that don’t get blinded by the headlights? That’s surely genetic, yet Mendel and his followers could never answer the fact that deer statistics do not fluctuate.

    “You can’t debunk heliocentrism or globe theory so just give that nonsense up you’ll only make a fool of yourself.”

    With my own body, I can feel that the earth does not move. In cars, planes, ferris wheels, or anything else that moves, I feel g-forces acting on me, thus giving me the notion that I am moving. On this earth, however, I do not even stumble when I stand up. As fast as people say the Earth goes, I should at least stumble. Maybe I’m confusing you on the world’s flatness; there are mountains, of course, but the point is that the Earth is not a sphere.

    “Practice chanting to the deaths of inmates, there’s that death thing again, why don’t you just admit that you are either lying about everything, or you seriously should be arrested for the protection of all those innocent people around you.”

    Go to the Texas state death chambers. It is perfectly legal to laugh at the failed criminals, because let’s be blunt, they’d love to be laughing at us. I don’t see how I threaten anyone, could you please inform me?

    “But I guess they are safe because you are also a chicken, you can only try to persuede others to kill people, you’re too chicken to do it yourself.”

    Really? I’ve been a vigilante a few times and helped the police shoot down criminals in Orange County. Vigilantes are greatly appreciated there, and I am doing my role as a citizen to stop crime.

    “you’re a poor excuse for a human and a poor excuse for a troll, and I’m sure you’ll have a poor excuse for being that way.”

    If I were a troll, you wouldn’t be arguing with me. I don’t understand why you think that everyone has to think just like you, and if they don’t, they are trolls. I’ve always thought that you were a troll, Arn. Spacebrother is a computer, Moxom is a Eurocommie, FadedRose is a feminazi, Elephant Bones is a southpaw, and freakydeaky is a teenager, so it is understandable that they are actually liberals. You, however, seem to be a parody, since according to yourself, you are the EXACT stereotype of a hippy.

    Comment by Bob_Corker — January 10, 2008 @ 10:38 pm | Reply

  35. “With my own body, I can feel that the earth does not move. In cars, planes, ferris wheels, or anything else that moves, I feel g-forces acting on me, thus giving me the notion that I am moving. On this earth, however, I do not even stumble when I stand up. As fast as people say the Earth goes, I should at least stumble. Maybe I’m confusing you on the world’s flatness; there are mountains, of course, but the point is that the Earth is not a sphere.”
    Oh, Bob. There you go again with your flawed empiricism. Think about how long it takes the earth to make a full rotation. 24 hours. The earth’s about 40,000 kilometers at the equator. using my handy-dandy calculator…
    The earth moves at 277 kilometers per hour. remember that number, because it’s important.
    That seems kinda fast, but let’s think about this: When you start your car and drive down the street, accelerating until you reach the speed limit (i hope), you can feel the force pulling on you. However, once you’re on the road and maintain a constant speed, you don’t really feel the force, because your body’s moving at the same speed.
    still with me?
    Now imagine that on a larger scale. larger. larger. even larger than that. Ok, so now we have you standing on the Earth. You don’t feel it moving because it’s moving at a constant speed of 277kph, and you’re moving at that same speed (277kph) because you’re a part of the earth. As you can see, the argument of “I can’t feel it moving” is not a valid reason to be a geocentric flat earth follower. Hope this has enlightened you and put you on the True Path of Wisdom.

    “I’ve been a vigilante a few times and helped the police shoot down criminals in Orange County.”
    My bullsh** meter is flying off the charts! Did you also fight alongside The X-Men and the League of Justice? Did you wrestle gators in the Everglades? Do tell, Bob, your fanciful stories are always fun to listen to!

    “Elephant Bones is a southpaw”
    That’s the first time I’ve ever heard that term used alongside feminazi, Eurocommie, and troll. It’s funny to watch you try and make it a dirty word.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — January 11, 2008 @ 1:50 am | Reply

  36. I find it hard to believe Bob is really serious about all that heliocentrism denial, deer statistics (evolution takes thousands of years man, not twenty) and so on. That would basically mean he is too stupid to even be able to turn on his computer. The fact that he posted comments here means he does have a few brain cells, so no way he believes the earth to be flat. He’s just here to annoy us.

    Comment by The Lodge Keeper — January 11, 2008 @ 4:16 am | Reply

  37. “Go to the Texas state death chambers. It is perfectly legal to laugh at the failed criminals, because let’s be blunt, they’d love to be laughing at us. I don’t see how I threaten anyone, could you please inform me?”

    First take a look at Texas, the number one state in the nation for executing innocent people. With the introduction of DNA evidence they have already released several innocent people from death row, and from life sentences, with many more cases still pending. With that many innocent people in custody now, just think how many innocent people have already served their sentences or been executed, if you can laugh at that, then you are no better than the ones that are guilty.
    As for you being a danger, true, if you were in front of me I would laugh in your face without worrying about it, your intelligence and attitude are both very laughable, But you are the type that likes to talk tough then run and hide if confronted in person, I am from California and still have a lot of relatives there and I know for a fact that you lied about helping cops shoot down criminals. They don’t like vigilantes in Anaheim or anywhere else in Orange county, and they don’t kill criminals unless absolutely necessary, you make it sound like you stand side by side with cops in old fashioned shoot em ups. Sorry, but that’s just bull in the third degree. You are a danger because you try to convince others to commit violent acts against innocent people, (hint: being a different religion or a different nationality does not make anyone guilty of anything)
    I am a troll, you are full of it, I have told nothing but the truth here, something you haven’t done yet. Sure I insult the people here, but I do it with the truth, not with calling people stupid little names like you folks do.(except “idiot” but that name fits, commie only fits if the person is actually affiliated with the communist party, no one here is)
    I am not the stereotype of a hippie, I am a hippie, the stereotype is wrong, we are not drugged out long haired freaks, many of us have long hair but many don’t. Real hippies believe in peace, love, and a oneness with nature that you will never understand. Most are christians that actually live by the moral guidelines set down in the bible, not all the blood and gore stuff you find in the old testament, but the teachings of Christ. Every one of your bible quotes to promote violence comes from the old testament, why not try a quote from Jesus himself to support your violent ideas. If you run into any real hippies you will almost always find a bible nearby with the pages worn thin from constant reading, you will see them pray together and give thanks to Jesus and to God for everything they have, you will see them gathering clothes and blankets together and emptying their cabinets of food to give to people who have been the victims of floods, fires, or even just hard times. So call me a hippie all you want, I will wear the name proudly. Do you wear the name of an instigator of violence proudly?
    Yes you are a troll (I admit though that Marty is even more of one, you occasionally show signs of a brain, Marty never does, he just sounds like a 7 year old brat yelling at everyone because he doesn’t get his way)Your statements are insulting and rude, and you do it just to piss people off and get them to respond in kind, that’s a troll. I never start the insults, you folks do, I merely respond to them to show how stupid you sound, yes, that doesn’t say much for my intelligence since I continue to respond to idiots, but face it, that’s what this site is for, you insult, we respond.
    Not being able to feel the earth move is just ignorance at its finest. You can never feel movement unless the only thing moving is you. You can feel acceleration, but once the acceleration stops and you are at a set speed you don’t feel the movement (of course in a car with bad shocks you can feel the bounce, but not the forward movement).
    Penguins are innocent creatures of nature, they are not evil. The bible says God created all animals, give just one piece of biblical evidence that satan created any of them, that’s just your own stupidity that makes you say that. (the same goes for the platypus) And only a small percentage of them live in Antartica, most species of penguins live in temperate climates and some even in tropical climates, although it seems only one species can be found in the northern hemispere.
    The flat earth again. Just answer one question. Why is it impossible to get a photo of the entire earth? You can get one of the northern hemisphere, or the eastern, western, or southern hemishere, but not of the whole earth, and in each photo the earth is round, you can even find live footage of the earth as seen from sattelites or space telescopes like hubble and if you watch it you can see the earth’s movement as it rotates on its axis, but from the north pole looking downward, you can only see as far as the equator, then it curves under. The drawings at places like the flat earth society prove nothing. Why can’t they get an actual photo of the whole earth, everyone else seems to be able to get photos of the earth as it really is, why can’t anyone get one of it in its entirety as you would be able to if it were really flat?
    And how about for once giving some evidence that doesn’t come from a book written thousands of years before anyone understood anything about the earth and the universe, you can’t take anything in the bible as proof of anything until after the bible has been proven to be 100% correct in everything, which it never will be. And twisting the meanings of the bible to suit your own purposes is blasphemy of the worst kind, it’s using the word of God as a weopon against the truth.

    Comment by Arn — January 11, 2008 @ 7:59 am | Reply

  38. 20And God said, Let the waters bring forth abundantly the moving creature that hath life, and fowl that may fly above the earth in the open firmament of heaven.

    21And God created great whales,🙂 and every living creature that moveth,🙂 which the waters brought forth abundantly, after their kind, and every winged fowl after his kind: and God saw that it was good.

    22And God blessed them, saying, Be fruitful, and multiply, and fill the waters in the seas, and let fowl multiply in the earth.

    23And the evening and the morning were the fifth day.

    24And God said, Let the earth bring forth the living creature after his kind, cattle, and creeping thing, and beast of the earth after his kind: and it was so.

    25And God made the beast of the earth after his kind, and cattle after their kind,🙂 and every thing that creepeth upon the earth🙂 after his kind: and God saw that it was good.

    ————————–
    There are thousands of species that are not mentioned in the bible because there are too many to mention them all, but I think they pretty well summed it up in the two lines I have marked with the smileys, he created ALL things that live in the sea, on land, and in the air. Not mentioning all by name doesn’t mean the ones not mentioned by name are evil, to name them all would have taken another whole book just for names.

    Comment by Arn — January 11, 2008 @ 11:53 am | Reply

  39. oh lord, why hasn’t the monitor here told me I misspelled my email address, I’ve probably been going into moderation so they can see who the imposter is,,,,lol

    Comment by Arn — January 11, 2008 @ 11:55 am | Reply

  40. “oh lord, why hasn’t the monitor here told me I misspelled my email address, I’ve probably been going into moderation so they can see who the imposter is,,,,lol”

    Yes, you have. Apologies if your comments take a while to approve, they’re buried in the midst of several dozen Moxom comments.

    Comment by Sisyphus — January 11, 2008 @ 12:45 pm | Reply

  41. So moxom’s still trying to post?

    Comment by Elephant Bones — January 12, 2008 @ 6:16 pm | Reply

  42. Uhhhh…….in fact they are just full of bull, since this is the first post in a while here, I just buried Bob Cokenose on another site until they tried to ban me there (another funnily futile action of them)

    Comment by MoxoM — January 12, 2008 @ 6:26 pm | Reply

  43. they even have their own made jim there who talks just like them.

    Comment by MoxoM — January 12, 2008 @ 6:27 pm | Reply

  44. Anyway, KKKorKKKer is by now convinced that the planets are beeing moved by drunken angels (his words, not mine).
    Quite funny that if a god is indeed omnipotent that he makes his divine servants a bunch of drunkards.

    Comment by MoxoM — January 12, 2008 @ 6:29 pm | Reply

  45. It’s not just evolution. Militant secularists cover classroom walls with huge “periodic tables” and propaganda for heliocentrism, while forbidding the Ten Commandments. It will take a lot of work to get back to Biblical knowledge.

    I am very worried that this institute wants anything to do with “secular perspectives.” Evil is evil.

    Comment by praying hands — January 21, 2008 @ 12:24 am | Reply

  46. This is not science. Let me explain the difference between religion and science.

    Science:
    1. Start
    2. Get idea
    3. Perform experiment
    4. Does the evidence support the idea? If no, go to step 2. If yes, go to step 5
    5. Theory created!
    6. Use theory to better understand the universe
    7. Discover new evidence
    8. Can the theory be modified to explain the new evidence? If no, go to step 2. If yes, go to step 9
    9. Improve theory, go to step 6
    10. Repeat steps 7-9 as necessary.

    Religion:
    1. Get idea
    2. Ignore contradicting evidence
    3. Keep idea forever
    4. End

    Comment by Elephant Bones — February 19, 2008 @ 8:57 pm | Reply


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