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Tomlapaz
  • From:USA

Date Posted:04-09-2017 06:27:20Copy HTML

The fossil record really does not support evolution.      Folk may respond that there are other evidences that do - but true or not, that does not change the fact that the fossil record itself does not support it.

https://answersingenesis.org/fossils/fossil-record/hopeful-monsters-of-evolution/

Since the time of Darwin, evolutionists have looked to the fossil record for historical evidence of evolution. Most evolutionists now concede, however, that the fossil record fails to show the progressive transformation of any living organism into a distinctly different kind of organism. This has presented some nasty difficulties for evolutionists—but they have made it clear that they will not be dissuaded by the mere lack of evidence, nor will they turn to a Creator to explain this enigma. Rather, evolutionists hope that monsters may come to their rescue!


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Tomlapaz Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #31
  • From:USA

Re:The Hopeful Monsters of Evolution

Date Posted:08-11-2017 12:00:28Copy HTML

Out of curiosity, what kind of response did you get?  (I don't know which thread you posted that on).
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  • From:Unknown

Re:The Hopeful Monsters of Evolution

Date Posted:08-11-2017 08:06:12Copy HTML

What kind of response did you get?

_____________

 Everyone said you were a lying idiot. No credibility.  Delusional.  Fool.

Surely you are aware this is how the world sees you?

Tomlapaz Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #33
  • From:USA

Re:The Hopeful Monsters of Evolution

Date Posted:09-11-2017 05:25:37Copy HTML

Lol, yes, Skw, keep telling yourself that.


Yobbo, the thread got a bit more life now - it would over there, since not much posting in the backwaters here.

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  • From:USA

Re:The Hopeful Monsters of Evolution

Date Posted:09-11-2017 08:36:22Copy HTML

Lol, yes, Skw, keep telling yourself that.


He doesn't have to tell himself that, you do it with EACH and EVERY post.  I'm not sure which you are, a man who lies and is deceptive and knows it, or a person who believes his own delusions.  Either way, not worth the time it took to post this comment.  Enough said.  
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Tomlapaz Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #35
  • From:USA

Re:The Hopeful Monsters of Evolution

Date Posted:10-11-2017 12:03:43Copy HTML

Except clearly, no one in that thread of his Doe did make such comments (well, apart from him) - and  you must know this.  Rather wishful thinking on his part.

So  it was  a waste of a post on your part, it would 'seem'.

It would 'seem' - frankly, it may actually be quite telling and informative that you did.

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  • From:Unknown

Re:The Hopeful Monsters of Evolution

Date Posted:11-11-2017 06:44:30Copy HTML

 Except clearly, no one in that thread of his Doe did make such comments (well, apart from him) - and  you must know this.  Rather wishful thinking on his part.

___


People who have called you a delusional idiot:  Mickey, Jackie, Bogus, Doe, Yobbo, Windies, myself..... I'm sure I'm missing a lot. 

From a guy who denies facts and believes man and dinosaur lived together, is it any surprise he believes no one thinks he is a delusional idiot?

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  • From:USA

Re:The Hopeful Monsters of Evolution

Date Posted:11-11-2017 08:09:46Copy HTML

And there are several that have said otherwise regarding me (including from your list, interestingly).  And you have been tagged with some interesting names also by several folk also.

And what?  My comment (post 31) was in regard to Yobbos' thread on the political forum, to which you responded  with post 32 - and which clearly was not true with regard to Yobbo's thead in question.

Always good to get the details correct, guy.  

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  • From:Unknown

Re:The Hopeful Monsters of Evolution

Date Posted:15-11-2017 10:09:49Copy HTML

 From a guy who denies facts and believes man and dinosaur lived together, is it any surprise he believes no one thinks he is a delusional idiot?


____  Are you arguing evolution as a popularity contest now...... delusional idiot?

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  • From:USA

Re:The Hopeful Monsters of Evolution

Date Posted:16-11-2017 03:40:47Copy HTML

You do realize I have not been the only one to point out your reading comprehension issues?  So no sense bothering with discussing another such example just posted.
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  • From:Unknown

Re:The Hopeful Monsters of Evolution

Date Posted:16-11-2017 09:59:13Copy HTML

Yes, I don't agree with your lies...... so I therefore have a reading comprehension issue.   LOL

Tomas, you are a dishonest liar with a mental condition.

Are you arguing your topic here or just lying and obfuscating as usual?

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  • From:USA

Re:The Hopeful Monsters of Evolution

Date Posted:18-11-2017 06:00:28Copy HTML

If you are honest, you will agree that it has not only been me that has pointed out you misrepresenting what folk say, true?
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  • From:New_zealand

Re:The Hopeful Monsters of Evolution

Date Posted:20-11-2017 11:41:47Copy HTML

Not true.
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  • From:New_zealand

Re:The Hopeful Monsters of Evolution

Date Posted:29-11-2017 12:20:30Copy HTML

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  • From:USA

Re:The Hopeful Monsters of Evolution

Date Posted:29-11-2017 04:02:59Copy HTML

Reply to Yobbo

Not true.

Then you (also) have been ignoring what other folk have posted.   Surprise, surprise............
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  • From:Unknown

Re:The Hopeful Monsters of Evolution

Date Posted:29-11-2017 04:15:43Copy HTML

 Feel free to share it to make your point dimwit.  There is a first time for everything.  No one will be holding their breath for what is never forthcoming from you....things like evidence, a point, facts....
Tomlapaz Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #46
  • From:USA

Re:The Hopeful Monsters of Evolution

Date Posted:29-11-2017 04:23:41Copy HTML

Just to be clear - are you  saying, Skw, that no one has taken issue with how you have misread posts?


The issue is not whether you agree with them - but whether others have made that claim also.  

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  • From:Unknown

Re:The Hopeful Monsters of Evolution

Date Posted:30-11-2017 06:49:12Copy HTML

 Just to be clearer, you are free to post examples Tomas.  Which you cannot. 

In any event, whether or not I misread a post in some distant past unrelated thread has nothing to do with your denial of facts about evolution in this thread, or your continued lying about everything in general.

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  • From:USA

Re:The Hopeful Monsters of Evolution

Date Posted:30-11-2017 06:58:54Copy HTML

LOL, afraid to answer the simple yes and no question.    Well, frankly, I can appreciate the dilemma that put you in.
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  • From:Unknown

Re:The Hopeful Monsters of Evolution

Date Posted:01-12-2017 12:26:07Copy HTML

 No.  I have not seen a single other person accuse me of misrepresenting what people say...like you do every day.  Feel free to post the examples. 

On the bright side, you have used this red herring to successfully avoid looking like the ignorant idiot you are on maters of evolution, the topic of this thread.

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  • From:USA

Re:The Hopeful Monsters of Evolution

Date Posted:01-12-2017 02:57:53Copy HTML

I have not seen a single other person accuse me of misrepresenting what people say

If you are this blind, you will hardly understand the science, guy.  It is a bit harder.

Anyway, I will post your quote the next time I see someone making that charge, ok?

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  • From:Unknown

Re:The Hopeful Monsters of Evolution

Date Posted:01-12-2017 06:32:44Copy HTML

 Again.  It is your accusation.  The burden is on you to support your accusation with evidence from you, which you have failed to produce in 1000s of posts.  You cannot cite any evidence at all.  You are a liar. 

And you have no argument about evolution, which is a fact.

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  • From:New_zealand

Re:The Hopeful Monsters of Evolution

Date Posted:17-12-2017 07:24:48Copy HTML

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  • From:New_zealand

Re:The Hopeful Monsters of Evolution

Date Posted:02-01-2018 06:52:37Copy HTML

Born again pagan.
50 Reasons I Reject Evolution
by Bobbie Jean Pentecost

1.) Because I don’t like the idea that we came from apes… despite that humans are
categorically defined and classified as apes.

2.) Because I’m too stupid and/or lazy to open a fucking book or turn on the Discovery
Science Channel.

3.) Because if I can’t immediately understand how something works, then it must be
bullshit.

4.) Because I don’t care that literally 99.9% of all biologists accept evolution as the
unifying theory of biology.

5.) Because I prefer the idea that a (insert god of choice) went ALLA-KADABRA-ZAM
MOTHAH-FUCKAHS!!!

6.) Because I can’t get it through my thick logic-proof skull that evolution refers
ONLY to the process of speciation, not to abiogenesis, or planet formation, or big bang cosmology, or whether God exists, or where they buried Jimmy Hoffa, or why
the sky is blue, or how many licks it takes to get to the center of a fucking Tootsie Pop.

7.) Because the fossil record doesn’t comprise the remains of every single living
thing that ever existed on this 4.5 billion year old planet, even though fossilization
is a rare process that only occurs under very specific circumstances.

8.) Because science has yet to produce any transitional species… except for the
magnitudinous numbers of them found in the fossil record which don’t count
because… I uh, OOH LOOK! A SHINY OBJECT!!! *runs away*

9.) Because I know nothing about Darwin except that he had a funny beard.

10.) Because the theory of evolution (which, according to scientists, perfectly
explains the richness and diversity of life on Earth) contradicts biblical literalism…
ya know, flat Earth with a firmament that keeps out the water, talking snakes,
people rising from the dead, bats are birds, flamey talking bushes, virgin births,
food appearing out of nowhere, massive bodies of water turning into blood… etc etc.

11.) Because I think the word “theory” actually means: “random stabs in the dark”
when it really means: "an explanation of certain phenomena that is well-supported
by a large body of facts and often unifies other similarly well-supported hypotheses"
i.e. atomic theory, gravitational theory, germ theory, cell theory, some-people-are-dumb-motherfuckers-theory, etc.

12.) Because the fact that science is self-correcting annoys me. Most of my
other beliefs are rigidly fixed and uncorrectable.

13.) Because I am under the severely mistaken impression that evolution implies
someone in my very recent ancestry was a chimp.

14.) Because everything appears designed to my mind which was expertly tuned
by nature to perceive design, probably as a survival mechanism.

15.) Because some secretly fabulous closet-dwelling televangelist (who unironically
preaches hate towards gays) told me that evolution is Satan’s way of leading me
away from God.

16.) Because that same guy (who was also caught snorting blow off a male hooker’s
shiny naked ass) told me that God planted those fossils to test my faith.

17.) Because I’m 100% correct about everything 100% of the time and there is
0% chance that some snooty Oxford educated scientist with numerous honorary
doctorates could possibly know something that I don’t.

18.) Because I don’t know that fossils are found in sedimentary strata corresponding
to their age as one would expect if evolution were true.

19.) Because I don’t understand why, if we share common ancestry with chimps,
there are still chimps. And when someone with more than three brain cells in their
head inevitably replies: “for the same reason Americans share common ancestry
with Brits but there are still Brits, I can’t follow the logic. It’s just too big a leap. Who
am I, Evil Knievel?

20.) Because my mom dropped me on my head when I was a baby.

21.) Multiple times.

22.) On purpose.

23.) Because the idea that life evolved naturally over billions of years is infinitely
less believable than the idea that an 800 year old man crammed two of every
species into a giant wooden boat when the entire planet flooded, an event for which
there is absolutely no geological evidence whatsoever and also makes no fucking
sense at all.

24.) Because Jesus totally rode around on a fucking t-rex. He’s just that badassed.
And also, did you know that t-rexes were vegetarians? Ken Ham says so and I believe it.

25.) Because I don’t realize that saying “microevolution is possible but macroevolution
isn’t” is as stupid as saying “I can pick my nose for one second but I cannot pick it for 10 seconds.”

26.) Because the education system failed me miserably.

27.) …and then took a big wet dump on my face.

28.) Because I think that knowing how nature works magically obliterates all of its beauty.

29.) Because I didn’t know that evolution has been tested and observed in laboratories.

30.) Because when confronted with that, I refuse to believe it. It’s obviously a scientific
conspiracy aimed at turning everyone on the planet into atheists... even though
evolution says nothing about god's nature nor whether he, she, it, or they exist.

31.) Because I’m too stupid to realize that Social Darwinism has nothing to do with
evolution and is actually a pseudo-scientific bastardization that real science largely
rejects.

32.) Because the planet and all the life on it was designed for humans… kinda like
how the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NY was designed specifically for the dust-bunnies
that may accumulate on the floors.

33.) Because I don’t realize that if we actually found croco-ducks in the fossil record,
it would falsify evolution.

34.) Because plenty of respectable people like Ron Paul, Mitt Romney, and Mike
Huckabee (who are not scientists) don’t accept evolution, and that somehow validates
my opinion.

35.) Because my mother didn’t know not to drink while she was pregnant. She also
didn’t know not to repeatedly throw herself down a flight of stairs in an attempt to
undo the accident of screwing someone who voted for Bush both times.

36.) Because I don’t know that “irreducible complexity” has been debunked a frazillion
times by a frazillion different people and is no more credible an argument than
“NEEN-er NEEN-er NEEN-er, I’m right and you’re wrong.”

37.) Because I have never seen a duck evolve into a cat over night, despite the fact
that such a thing would be contrary to all known scientific disciplines.

38.) Because I have no imagination, learning is too much effort, I don’t like proven
facts, change scares me, and I think deoxyribonucleic acid is something I’m supposed
to clean my bathroom floors with.

39.) Because evolution means that I absolutely MUST reject everything else I know,
abandon all my beliefs, and start aping around my house like a fucking monkey.
OOOh-ooohh-ooohohh -OOOOOOHHHHHH!!!!!

40.) Because I haven’t put my cave on the market and moved into the 21st century
yet. I’m waiting for the cave market to rebound from the recent financial meltdown.

41.) Because I don’t know what an atavism is and if you told me, I still wouldn't
believe it. Too weird.

42.) Because I don’t know that evolution explains methicillin-resistant
Staphylococcus aureus and also provides the answer in preventing it from turning
into a superbug and killing massive numbers of people.

43.) Because I don’t know that evolution is routinely used in medicine to diagnose and
treat certain illnesses such as genetic ailments, bacterial infections, and viral infections.

44.) Because I believe there is a strong comparison between designed inanimate objects
such as buildings, paintings, and watches (which we know were pieced together from
identifiable components by human beings) and living organisms (which reproduce
with genetic variation under the effects of environmental attrition).

45.) Because I see no significant similarities between humans and apes. *scratches
my ass-crack then smells my fingers*

46.) Because I think I’m too special to have been crafted by any natural process and
the entire planet, solar system, galaxy, and universe were created with me especially
in mind.

47.) Because I unquestioningly swallow the ignorant anti-science bullshit spewed directly
from the fraudulent stupid asses of people like Ken Ham, Ted Haggard, Fred Phelps,
and Kent Hovind.

48.) Because I’m a freethinker and freethinking really means ignoring anything that
contradicts what I already believe.
49.) Because I don’t know what confirmation bias is.

50.) Because despite the fact that in all my years of life, I have never seen any magic,
I still believe magic is the answer to anything I don’t immediately comprehend.

Ladies and gentlemen, I rest my case. Quod erat demonstrandum, I fucking win.
Take that you EVILutionists!
"Les hommes ne font jamais le mal si complètement et joyeusement que lorsqu'ils le font par conviction religieuse." Blaise Pascal
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  • From:USA

Re:The Hopeful Monsters of Evolution

Date Posted:04-01-2018 06:39:55Copy HTML

 There is no such thing as Adam and Eve and dinosaurs and humans absolutely did not walk the earth. Fossils are accurate and the Grand Canyon is really 5-6 million years old. Millions of people have the ability to coincide a 'spirit' or 'higher power' and believe in evolution at the same time. Whether real or unreal there is nothing wrong with persons thinking there is something greater than themselves which gives them solace and hope. We're here a short blip in time and who cares what people believe unless it interferes with your life and the govt.?
Tomlapaz Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #55
  • From:USA

Re:The Hopeful Monsters of Evolution

Date Posted:04-01-2018 07:22:25Copy HTML

Katie: There is no such thing as Adam and Eve and dinosaurs and humans absolutely did not walk the earth. Fossils are accurate and the Grand Canyon is really 5-6 million years old.


Most scientists agree with you - though the number of scientists who disagree, though a small percentage, are growing in number.

Jesus and the disciples disagree with you, Katie, on Adam and Eve, etc.   Just an FYI.   Of course, you could be right and they wrong; however, if (as the evidence shows) Jesus did rise from the dead, that would be unlikely.

Fossils are accurate- statement actually does not say anything.   I think you are referring to the interpretation of the fossil record that is commonly accepted.  However, interestingly, there are even evolutionists who are troubled by what the fossil record strongly implies (to say the least).

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  • From:New_zealand

Re:The Hopeful Monsters of Evolution

Date Posted:04-01-2018 05:09:57Copy HTML

Scientists are aware that the whole story remains to be told.  They keep working on finding out ever more details.
There is precious little evidence that Yeshua ever lived, none that he was crucified and thus no non-biblical evidence that he arose from the dead for three days.  I'd really like evidence to the contrary produced.
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Tomlapaz Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #57
  • From:USA

Re:The Hopeful Monsters of Evolution

Date Posted:04-01-2018 11:43:22Copy HTML

No, be honest - you really would not want such.   The issue is not lack of evidence - the issue is your heart.
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  • From:New_zealand

Re:The Hopeful Monsters of Evolution

Date Posted:05-01-2018 02:18:30Copy HTML

Reply to Tomlapaz

No, be honest - you really would not want such.   The issue is not lack of evidence - the issue is your heart.

My heart pumps blood around my body very effectively.  It does not feature in a search for evidence.
"Les hommes ne font jamais le mal si complètement et joyeusement que lorsqu'ils le font par conviction religieuse." Blaise Pascal
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  • From:USA

Re:The Hopeful Monsters of Evolution

Date Posted:05-01-2018 02:36:46Copy HTML

Seriously?    You are quite lost, my friend.

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  • From:New_zealand

Re:The Hopeful Monsters of Evolution

Date Posted:05-01-2018 05:59:33Copy HTML

Reply to Tomlapaz

Seriously?    You are quite lost, my friend.


Care to explain?
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