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Does this sound familiar  Miss OCD?     Scrupulosity is a psychological disorder characterized by pathological guilt about moral or religious issues.  It is personally distressing, objectively dysfunctional, and often accompanied by significant impairment in social functioning.  It's a religious form of obsessive compulsive disorder.  Treating religion as a mental disorder has had successful outcomes for the religious victims, modern drugs can help cure them of this dastardly affliction.   (See Neurologist Kathleen Taylor)
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+Roger Campbell  I'll run around the circles. 
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Pinky is ostensibly still having problems taking over the Bill Nye video promoting scientific knowledge, damn that dastardly science and its irreducible complexity.
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Damn, he elected to dodge the question. Who wouldn't of thunk it?
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All science is falsifiable, if it isn't falsifiable then it isn't science. To reach the status of a scientific theory it also has to be observable, repeatable and testable.  The Theory of Evolution satisfies these requirements thousands of times over. Testable - With the predictions of where fossils should be found. Falsifiable - A fossil out of place would show it to be false. Observable - Speciation in the lab and in nature. Repeatable - Fruit fly experiments and animal husbandry.
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+Alfalfa Henry Remember when you're e-feelings were so hurt you had to invent new lies in order to try and cover your old lies? I'll be laughing at that for a long, long time.
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Here's kind of the unassailable hurdle: Creationists want to prove that an intelligent, all-powerful deity created the universe. A god. Okay. Prove it's the Christian god.
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+Son of Anarchy Didn't really address anything I said, bub. EDIT: oh hey a sons of anarchy avatar you know i don't think i've ever known anyone with one of those who wasn't an abrasive but ultimately cowardly asshole. oh no but you totally seem like an educated dude.
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A remarkable new genus and species of oviraptorid dinosaur has been unearthed in the Ganzhou area of Jiangxi Province, southern China, named the Huanansaurus ganzhouensis.  Discovered in a joint effort by Chinese, Swedish, Japanese and South Korean palaeontologists.   Science bringing the world together and describing nature.
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Interesting +Gary Belliferous. It's good to see new discoveries. I think of dinosaurs every time I see a bird land on a tree branch.
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+Roger Campbell That's because you believe fairy tales.
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86 posts in 7 hours! Pathetic. Nowhere near your record 119 in 5 hours. Are you getting tired, titties? No stamina, today's 10 year olds.
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+matchlockfun All new ammo......still same target...her own feet!
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+Chocolate Covered Reason Yeah and we won't miss her when she goes (unless we aim wide)
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One very good reason one might find so called convergent evolution in microbial families is that ingestion of other microbes often leads to incorporating their DNA. Unless you can show there was no history of such ingestion claiming actual convergent evolution for microbes is not good science.
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+Atharkas "It's so amusing to look at her shoot herself in the foot that she placed in her own mouth beforehand!" Still missed her brain by a country mile, though!
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+Chocolate Covered Reason A mile, nah! I'd say 1.6 kilometer! (She is canadian so, in theory, she should be using the metric system. Then again, I doubt she has the mental capacity to use it.)
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The fundamental difference between creationism and evolution is that creationism requires abject intellectual incompetence and pathological lying. Creationists are the ones who: Pathologically lie. Impersonate other users. Have multiple sock accounts. Harass other users. Pathologically misrepresent what science is and how it works. Disable replies to their idiotic nonsense. Exaggerate and lie about their degrees and accomplishments. Quote mine - and then fail to even recognize that quote mining epitomizes intellectually dishonest!   When you're trying to understand the fake arguments here, note that evolution and creationism are not just "two different, but equal views." It's simple: The creationists are liars.
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+Zaki Aminu you as a science illiterate have no basis for judging who knows what which is why you keep positing non sequiturs and changing the subject every time you get your ignorant ass handed to you, ya hate-filled, cowardly, fat mouth, lying ignoramus.
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+Fallible Fiend "you as a science illiterate have no basis for judging who knows what which is why you keep positing non sequiturs and changing the subject every time you get your ignorant ass handed to you, ya hate-filled, cowardly, fat mouth, lying ignoramus." Well, THE RECORD IS HERE - FOR ALL TO SEE! WHY NOT LET IT SPEAK FOR ITSELF? Hahahahahahahahahahahahaha!
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Lets look at some of Edd's classics: 1. He said that the Chandrasekhar limit had nothing to do with cosmological standard candles. "This is just a red-herring! Chandrasekhar Limit is to do with electron degeneracy pressure which has to be sufficient to halt collapse into the black hole state! Not much to do with fixed luminosity of supernovae!" 2. He burbled the following gem regarding spectra. "Hahahahahahahahaha! The speed of light has NOTHING to do with the spectroscopic structure of elements, dolt! Hahahahahahahaha!" 3. He danced frantically while screaming that white dwarves were far more likely to turn into black holes than explode. "Your comment here is simply IDIOTIC! The white dwarf is MUCH MORE likely to become a black hole from accreting more matter than exploding!" 4. He was adamant that photons were the first bosons "The PHOTON is the OLDEST BOSON,  Dolt! Hahahahahahahahaha! Back into the shadows and undergrowth with you now! Hahahahahahahahahahaha!" 5. He coined a masterstroke new pedagogical paradigm by thinking that General Relativity and the effects of space-time curvature can be explained and demonstrated by punching holes in an elastic sheet "Instead of a heavy object on the elastic sheet, one could have used a hole in a stretched elastic sheet " 6. He's asserted the necessity for a magical Maxwell's Demon-like Intelligence for water to freeze "For instance, liquid water can SPONTANEOUSLY FREEZE into its solid state - releasing latent heat energy in the process! But, unless it is IMMEDIATELY SEPARATED from this released energy, IT IMMEDIATELY RE-ABSORBS IT AND RETURNS BACK TO ITS FORMER LIQUID STATE! Such a separation can ONLY be effected by a DELIBERATE, SUSTAINED, DIRECTED - and therefore INTELLIGENT - ACTION!" 7: He denied that there had ever been Ebola in Nigeria: "THERE HAS NEVER BEEN EBOLA IN NIGERIA, Turkey Buzzard"
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Quote mining, the last refuge of the ethically challenged. Recruiting slogan "No moral backbone? The Creationists need YOU!" LOLOL
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+werriboy55 Hahahahahahahahahahahaha! This is just DRIVEL!
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I wonder how many creationists had their flu shots or took antibiotic medications while claiming evolution is false. It's like riding a train while denying gravity exists.
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+RESISTANCE IS FUTILE The information needed to make functional proteins is called "gene expression". You should already know this; if not, you can just do a little research or read a book. We have replicated the entire speciation process using various insects, so since this process is verified with insects, please explain why species with longer life cycles are somehow unable to speciate.  
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I almost feel sorry for creationists whose bankrupt argumenrs leave them in a no-win situation. If they appeal to the notion that "God done it", to any question they believe is unresolved, their claim fails to explain what mechanisms were actually used, what reactions took place, etc. and this claim essentially becomes indistinguishable from magic. Yet if creationists dare to wade into the depths of explaining the mechanics of how their god actually made things happen by employing the forces of nature to do his bidding, they render their god as a redundant 5th wheel since a god is not required where a natural explanation exists.
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Inevitably, their intellectual bankruptcy leaves them only a single choice - criticizing science in the hope that doing so will create in the minds of some people, more gaps in knowledge into which creationists hope they can shoehorn their god. This becomes painfully obvious when one looks at what "research" these theistic "scientists" are actually doing, of which Behe's irreducible complexity is a prime example. Does Behe attempt to address a gap of human knowledge by providing a natural explanation? No. Does he even attempt to prove a "supernatural" (whatever that means) explanation? No. His goal is merely to sow doubt and use that to argue from ignorance that goD must therefore exist.
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+The Celestial Coffeepot    Hence, the hamster wheel they hurriedly scamper in, round and round while getting nowhere.
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Here's my point on this: nothing in science disproves that God does exist. Even if the Big Bang did occur, I believe that the Lord would have caused it. If it occurred in the universe, then He has power to cause it.
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Hey, I have all of the evidence that I need for God's existence. I'm just not the best at explaining it.
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+That American Narrator How many times are you going to break your promise? "Evidence" that you have in the privacy if your own head is not evidence. If it's compelling to you - fine. Just don't expect anyone else to find it convincing just as you no doubt find the claims of Hindu deities and Sasquatch sightings unconvincing.
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Wow, the schizophrenia/multiple personality disorder amongst the "creationists" is just pandemic! I guess when a creationist loses every single argument their best move is to just put a different voice in their head in charge and try try again! ROFLMAO!
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+brett nichols "They say just like ken ham "it's in the bible"" WHY do you even bother to pretend you believe in God? CLEARLY, you're an ATHEIST AT HEART - like Kenneth Miller! Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!
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"The greatest challenge facing evolutionary accounts of enzyme origins is explaining how enzymes with new fold structures first appeared. ", proclaims a retard who has never studied evolution. Let me think REEEEEAL hard... now what do they call those stupid things again?... Oh yeah, mutations, Yeah that's it. Mutations. I knew I could figure it out if I applied ONE FREAKING SECOND to it
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+The CeIestial Coffeepot   "Show the mathematical probabilities."    I wish that could be done. However the necessary critical figure which is the ratio of useful mutations to lethal ones that can come from any given set of genes in a given environment - may forever be unknown simply because the range of possible variations is so huge that it's beyond computability (especially when you factor in the need to determine how the proteins would fold and the interaction of that protein with the rest of the cell).       One can however deduce that finding useful mutations is very likely to be easier for the evolutionarily young than for the highly evolved simply because there are more things that can be interfered with in the older, more complex organisms.
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Then of course there's Edd's incessant linguistic and logical fallacy foul ups that continually need pointing out to him. Simply one of many "FLAWED IDEAS" that he "HARBOURS WITHOUT REALIZING IT". But  hey....Trying to mask his shortcomings with cocksure arrogance, shouty capitals and (his newly discovered talent on YouTube) of using bold and italic markup is hiding this from everyone....right guys?
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+Zaki Aminu "ANYONE CAN SEE THE OTHER BITS OF IT AT THE CLICK OF A BUTTON!" Just as they can see the last time you blundered onto this comment section with your "NOTHINGNESS" gambit and how that played out for you by referring to my link plus.google.com/u/0/b/105357787002235900971/105357787002235900971/posts/DjExKFJZ8qM
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+Chocolate Covered Reason "..."The link to the dictionary entry I quoted from is given, Turkey Buzzard! I quoted the RELEVANT portion of it - BUT ANYONE CAN SEE THE OTHER BITS OF IT AT THE CLICK OF A BUTTON!" Just as they can see the last time you blundered onto this comment section with your "NOTHINGNESS" gambit and how that played out for you by referring to my link plus.google.com/u/0/b/105357787002235900971/105357787002235900971/posts/DjExKFJZ8qM" Hahahahahahahahahahaha! The definition of "NOTHINGNESS" has been presented here, Turkey Buzzard! If you wish to contest its validity, be my guest! But I suspect you're just relying on dark insinuations, eh Turkey Buzzard? Hahahahahahahahahahahahaha!
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"In other words, given infinite time, infinite things are possible." This is representative of the kind of bullshit one gets when one extrapolates to infinities without thinking. Rather one should say "Given infinite time (or space), things which are improbable are nonetheless 100% guaranteed to happen."     Even an elementary school child should be able to catch the distinction between these two versions and determine which one is bullshit.
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+The CeIestial Coffeepot Do you mean "no one else hopes I am making sense" or "no one else is making sense". Your post does not make that clear in any way.
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I see giggles has completely melted down over her little sock puppet game. LOL She's spoken of nothing else for 10 hours since I left. SInce nobody has contacted me, and her Breast Reduction puppet has the hallmark of her few puppets left that can be seen, it can be confirmed it's hers.
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+Chocolate Coated Reason You are Breastie. Guilty. Done and dusted. Your own proud multi-sock history gives you away. And now you don't approve of socks? What a genius IQ you have, old hag.
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Intelligent design is a scientific theory which holds that many aspects of life in the universe are best explained by an intelligent cause rather than an undirected cause, like, say, natural selection.  Intelligent design is sometimes mistaken as strictly being a negative argument against neo-Darwinian evolution.   That is incorrect.
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Intelligent design includes a very strong positive argument which is based upon finding in nature the kind of information and complexity which in our experience only comes from intelligence.  In our uniform experience, whenever we find something like a language based code, it must always emanate from an intelligent cause.  No exceptions. It always traces back to a mind, an intelligent being.
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Matchlockfun is having a very bad day today. His BREAST REDUCTION backfired on him. Poor Bozo. It was evidently a botched boob job. <=O(
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...now the forlorn Bozo man can be seen out on the street on his CLOWN TRICYCLE furiously back-pedaling, trying any kind of lie or diversion to make onlookers not think BREAST REDUCTION  was indeed his creation - today, on July 25, 2015....
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...a day of infamy that will go down in Bill Nye forum history. <=O(
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User Otar the mad said (15 hours ago), in a private yet visible conversation: "a christian can't possibly become an engineer? and they call us stupid... " His correspondent Naruto Uzumaki pointed out Bill Nye didn't say "Christians". Otar tried to explain why he finds Bill Nye closed-minded:  "the type of science that evolution and creationism are in are  COMPLETELY  different then the type of science engineering is in" Perhaps Otar is unaware of the rising use of evolutionary algorithms designed to mimic natural selection. They are used in engineering and robotics (and much more). A good Christian engineer would not pretend they don't work. Good thing most Christians accept some form of evolution, based on mountains of evidence.
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+Gary Belliferous Yeah. It's an interesting point , I often think about it. When I read back on old discussions with Alan Clarke and various others, I invariably see myself making the same mistake over and over - that is, I WRONGLY assume they can't be that dense, or that uninformed, or that dishonest. I simple PRESUME nobody is as faulty as all that. It's never clear when talking to them, it's only apparent afterwards, when you can see their projections of their own inability to grasp the topic, and their assumption that they're getting away with it. One thing I see myself saying so many times is that I CAN SEE what they're doing, so why do they think no-one else can. Yet it's not until later, on re-reading, that I can see JUST HOW MUCH bullshit they think is successfuly sneaking past. 
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+matchlockfun   I wander around 18 websites and no, I'm never surprised at the level of religious stupidity.  It's actually depressing to see how many lives have been ruined and stolen by ancient religious beliefs.  These people live in a flat colourless world, you can hear that in their words, I actually feel sorry for them, like you do too. 
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Creatards in general (or at least the one with the multiple sock accounts on this discussion) have seized on what they think is the linchpin that holds the whole science of evolution together - junk DNA. Apparently, the phrase "junk DNA" that was coined to describe non-coding DNA (rather than merely the "useless DNA" straw man that creatards keep pummeling) is to the creatard such a valuable piece of propaganda, but she forgets that even if that she got the meaning of the phrase correct, she would still have to disprove all of the other lines of evidence substantiating evolution. Sad, sad, sad creatards - not a single functioning brain between all those 9 accounts.
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Only a cowardly sock puppet disables replies.
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+Zaki Aminu And the retard retreats to his corner yet again.
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+werriboy55 "And the retard retreats to his corner yet again" Hahahahahahahahahahaha! WHY are you claiming to be capable of doing things that ONLY PEOPLE WHO EXIST CAN DO - AND YET INSIST YOU'RE NOT SURE WHETHER OR NOT YOU EXIST, Dag? Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!
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Why is the quality default always set on 144. No one wants to watch a fuzzy bill nye talk about how bad creationism is.
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+John Smith If you find out how to set the default to maximum, let me know. This is very irksome.
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Therefore the theory of evolution is indeed falsifiable.
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Quote mining - fake quotes, vague references to quotes, misrepresentations of quotes, quotes out of context by actual experts, irrelevant quotes, quotes by non-experts or pseudo-experts, as well as the ID creationist habit of pub-jacking - are the hallmark and zenith of the science illiterate creationists' "research" paradigm.  What else can a science illiterate creationist do, but pretend to do research?
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+Zaki Aminu More of your delusion, you cowardly, fat mouth, lying ignoramus.  That's why continue with the non sequiturs and changing of the subject.
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Nuclear Fallout- Blocked, trolls will be blocked. (you talk too much)
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+John Smith Just one of her many names.
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Tits is now trying to redefine Irreducible Complexity. Shame Behe didn't think of that one in 2005 at the Dover vs Kitzmiller trial !   XoD.    Comedy just doesn't get better than this!
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+Zaki Aminu "That was hardly an example of what you CLAIMED!" What? Of Behe needing to change his definition? It came straight from the horse's mouth! Are you still covering your eyes and poking random numbers for your tax return or what? "The quotation can IN NO WAY be VALIDATED!" What nonsense. Simply copying the quote into Google brings up Behe's original PDF and links to the testimony he made under oath about it in the Dover Trial. Now are you accusing Behe of perjury? "Besides, EVEN IF TRUE, it DOESN'T show Behe saying there is a deficit in HIS definition - but rather in the notions of Darwinism! " Nice try but nope - as his trial testimony under cross examination will attest !  I'd get back to your Tax Return Edd. Your dancing will probably impress the HMRC better than your pitiful attempts here!
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+Chocolate Covered Reason "....."That was hardly an example of what you CLAIMED!" What? Of Behe needing to change his definition? It came straight from the horse's mouth! Are you still covering your eyes and poking random numbers for your tax return or what?..." Hahahahahahahahahaha! You have not properly referenced that quote! But, in any case, it is NOT saying anything about Behe changing his definition; He was actually criticising Darwinism in that quote, assuming it is his own! The "deficit" he is referring to is NOT in his own work - but in Darwinism! Hahahahahahahahahahahahaha! "....."The quotation can IN NO WAY be VALIDATED!" What nonsense. Simply copying the quote into Google brings up Behe's original PDF and links to the testimony he made under oath about it in the Dover Trial. Now are you accusing Behe of perjury?..." While why don't you supply a link to this pdf? That would be easier than typing out a bit of it here, wouldn't it? Besides, HE SAID NOTHING in his testimony at the trial to indicate he wanted to change his definition of Irreducible Complexity - and certainly not in the piece of text you claim is quoted from him! "...."Besides, EVEN IF TRUE, it DOESN'T show Behe saying there is a deficit in HIS definition - but rather in the notions of Darwinism! " Nice try but nope - as his trial testimony under cross examination will attest !  I'd get back to your Tax Return Edd. Your dancing will probably impress the HMRC better than your pitiful attempts here!" Hahahahahahahahahahaha! As ALWAYS, the moment you atheists are firmly challenged, you COLLAPSE like a pack of cards, and DISSOLVE like mist in bright sunlight - as is the case with EVERYTHING based on LIES! Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!
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The September 2005 statement by 38 Nobel laureates stated that: "...intelligent design is fundamentally unscientific; it cannot be tested as scientific theory because its central conclusion is based on belief in the intervention of a supernatural agent."
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+ergonomover  Tits burped: "(yawn) Two points for Pierre: " "#1 Thanks for affirming the functionality of what was formerly 'junk' DNA;  " "#2 Since I don't believe in any deity, I don't give a rat's ass that cancer exists." "Since I don't believe in any deity" ? I wonder if Edd knows he's colluding with an atheist?
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+Chocolate Covered Reason Good point! Tits once denied belief in any Abrahamic god but has now moved the goalpost even further. Is Tits a (*gasp) atheist after all the nasty things she said about them? Or is she just a bald-faced liar. 
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"Only the fool says in his heart "There is no god"" - Psalm 14 "Atheists are corrupt, they do abominable deeds, there is none of them who does good." - Psalm
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The farce of intelligent design is a dead end idea, forever trapped in circular reasoning. We can't even DO the farce without human consciousness and its capacity for abstract thinking. And yet the comical concept is utterly useless and unable to serve up an explanation for why a creator lent humans its consciousness in the first place.
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+matchlockfun "Face it, titties, you have the IQ of an onion. A diploid onion." If only it was the same size as a polyploid genome?
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+Chocolate Covered Reason Let's not make her angry - you know she'll hurl insults from which we will NEVER recover if she gets mad. Bwar har har har.
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Hopefully the ppl will grow up in the comments. this guy is just giving his opinion in the long run no one will remember it lol instead just let it go. You will never change someone's mind and how they live it.
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+Common Dissent You forgot to include yourself and your sock accounts on that list of cyberbullies and exclude everyone you listed so far. That's the only thing that needs fixing. ^_^
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Right on, thanks for the warning. Though my only issue was with him telling me how to raise my kids.. just the American in me I guess lol.
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FUNgineer Sock Account: Blocked.
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+Nicholas Christie-Blick I wonder if youtube keeps track of the number of times an account is blocked and takes action accordingly when flags are raised.
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+ExtantFrodo2   Time to raise the flag Mr 2, enough is enough.
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a christian can't possibly become an engineer? and they call us stupid... +Naruto Uzumaki
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your profile picture is sooooo cute :3
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Creationists cannot design any study that could eventually lead to a change in their belief. If such a concept cannot apply, if nothing can change your theory, you are - by consequence - in the area of belief, tautology (in its logical sense), faith, or religion; not science.
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+MikecuCUNT the faillible fiend pretending shithead And there goes your comment, you steamed little boy.
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I can hardly wait for the almighty scientist Nicholas Christie Blick to block me. He has to, since I don`t appear to agree with his high and mighty scientist`s views on evolution... ...even though he`s not: a geneticist, a molecular biologist, a paleontologist, but merely a geologist. ...then again, who really gives a crap if you`re blocked by this old fart, anyway!?
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+ergonomover Resistance is Useless!! LOL XD If GigglesBorg here keeps up her shouting and ranting of the same bits over and over again, maybe someday she'll be promoted to Senior Shouting Officer.
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The agenda of intelligent design creationists like user Cerebral Independence has been exposed - Wiki got it right: "Intelligent design is the religious [6] belief that certain features of the universe and of living things are best explained by an intelligent cause, not a naturalistic process such as natural selection. Implicit in the intelligent design doctrine is a redefining of science and how it is conducted (see theistic science). Wedge strategy proponents are opposed to materialism ,[7][8][9] naturalism ,[8][10] and evolution ,[11][12][13][14] and have made the removal of each from how science is conducted and taught an explicit goal .[15][16] The strategy was originally brought to the public's attention when the Wedge Document was leaked on the Web"
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+The CeIestial Coffeepot So you think the god stuff is crap, yeah? Is that what you're saying, Dipsy?
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Yet another day, yet not a single empirical evidence of an intelligent agent/deity is provided. Not a single thing that makes the scientific theory of evolution false. Why can't they present a single thing to support their claim?
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+Zaki Aminu You finally admit that what you said was nonsense! You are finally starting to wake up!
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Same thing happens to climate change all the time. Except place the religion part with corporations.
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+max Eguizabal Can't believe I heard this from a guy with a Minecraft avatar.
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+Belt4in1 I don't play minecraft anymore. I just forget to change it.
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Okay- so I'm supposed to believe in evolution because it helps the research of evolution gain more knowledge?
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+pridelandlions No. You're supposed to accept evolution as true because it's demonstrated to have occurred and still occur.
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This is a sack religious video, and I find it shocking, and appalling. Bill Nye, Just because a portion of the American society doesn't believe what YOU believe, doesn't mean anyone's being held back. People can believe and teach their children whatever they want to believe. I'm glad you don't get to say what belief systems children will be taught by their parents, because that's their choice. If you want to brain wash kids so much into believe what you believe in, why not have your own?
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Kids should be taught about creationism and its most certainly appropriate for them Bill Nye. You disappoint me Bill. Now jog on everyone else.
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+MethodOx You just contradicted yourself. Again, the passage from unicellular lifeforms to multicellular has been observed. Exemple  : https://www.newscientist.com/article/mg21028184.300-lab-yeast-make-evolutionary-leap-to-multicellularity/
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I used to believe in God 100% but now as I'm older and are learning more and more things I'm beginning to doubt everything in the bible
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+Zaki Aminu you are a gibbering, hate-filled, cowardly, fat mouth, lying ignoramus! That's a fact!
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+Fallible Fiend "you are a gibbering, hate-filled, cowardly, fat mouth, lying ignoramus! That's a fact!" Well, atheists HATE ME - that's a FACT! And the rest of your CLAIMS here is just a product of that HATE! NOTHING MORE! Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!
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Bill Nye is ignorant on this subject. Sure I agree with him when he fits his house with solar panels/wind turbine, because I believe we need to be good stewards of this planet God gave us, but he states that creationism is just plain wrong. He does not even go through the trouble of differentiating between the different views of creationism, and ignores that some views align with that of evolution, but with a guided hand in the process. Take the present or future for example, if bacteria/virus, etc. knew we were genetically engineering them for our purposes, should they deny our guiding hand in the process which many could call creation ? How about when we eventually are successful to manipulate the human being by D.N.A. designs that change who we are, and what we do. Would he think that creationism that accepts all the current timetables for the universe still ignorant ? How is he so sure he is not the ant in the glass, and God is the being on the outside looking down ? His arrogance is baffling, simply baffling.
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+Bungalo Bill You are right, creationism being right is an assertion without evidence that can thus be rejected.
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+Annonymous4Life '-but he states that creationism is just plain wrong.' And rightly so, because it is. Even if you plan to go down the semantic route, he's obviously talking about the young earth version, so your comment is unnecessary.
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Creationists are without exception science illiterate liars.
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+Roger Campbell "you speak the truth" Atheists don't believe there is such a thing as "truth", do they? Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha! So, all you're saying is that you share his views, isn't it? Hahahahahahahahahahahahaha!
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Dragon Slayer (aka 633495) said : Hey, Gary, do you sometimes stop and think (careful, there...) about just how utterly ineffectual you are with your nonsensical posts - DEVOID of any appreciable scientific content. And yet, unlike you, he has a better understanding about science than you. After all, he accepts what is demonstrated in science and do not make claims about a religious thing like "intelligent design".
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+Atharkas "Dragon Slayer (aka 633495) said : Hey, Gary, do you sometimes stop and think (careful, there...) about just how utterly ineffectual you are with your nonsensical posts - DEVOID of any appreciable scientific content. And yet, unlike you, he has a better understanding about science than you. After all, he accepts what is demonstrated in science and do not make claims about a religious thing like "intelligent design"." Well, if he rejects INTELLIGENT ACTIVITY as a possibility, he has NO OPTION but to simply accept WHATEVER IS OFFERED TO HIM - AS LONG AS IT IS NOT INTELLIGENT, eh? Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!
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ERRORS are POSSIBLE ONLY WHERE THE CAPACITY FOR DEVIATION EXISTS! Such a capacity can ONLY exist with FREE WILL - ALL ELSE IS PERFECTLY PREDICTABLE!!
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The argument from design that creationists assert is that human-designed objects and natural objects share a property that is characteristic of design. While they usually call this characteristic property "order", "purpose" or "complexity", what they specifically refer to is vague at best and sophistry at worst. For instance, Paley does not explicitly state what he means by "the marks of design" in a watch. So until creationists can objectively define the characteristics of design in nature in a way that could make it distinct from something naturally occurring (read: no designer), then using words such as "order", "purpose" or "complexity" to describe so-called "designed" objects in nature is using terms that aren't defined, which is weak at best and blatantly dishonest at worst.
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+mikecucuk "common designer" comes with a heavy toll. It means this designer has not only been a total screw up, but that he copied his screw ups repeatedly, & not only that but did so doing his utter best to stick to making his copies in what maps out in anatomical, genomic, & proteomic assays as a perfect nested hierarchy even including all errors (which just so happens to be exactly what we would expect from evolution from a common ancestor) coincidence? Despite a few instances of convergent evolution (which BTW also show all the hallmarks of nested hierarchy), the lack of any cross-species access to genetic tools/solutions is all the evidence you need for evolution. How this relates to the observed nested hierarchy will screw with your mind if you try to dismiss evolution. If you try to claim "common designer" then forget intelligent design because the strict adherence to a nested hierarchy is anything but intelligent. It's as mindless as can be. The brainless strict adherence to a nested hierarchy is anything but intelligent. It's mindless & it shows. The chance to copy good designs of one species to replace bad ones of another one never occurs because species boundaries are what they are. GM can copy Ford's widget, but our genome will never acquire the benefit of the squid's eye design. The complete lack of cross-species access to solutions is strong evidence against intelligent design. The nested hierarchy of present day anatomical similarity is only one of many lines of evidence which include but are not limited to - the order of the fossil record, comparisons of expressed DNA sequences, comparisons of unexpressed DNA sequences, comparisons of alternate codons in expressed DNA sequences, comparisons of the locations of ERVs in DNA sequences. Each of the independent lines of investigation produce the same phylogenetic tree. Thus common ancestry is a fact. The sub-optimality of systems is one of the factors indicative of evolution. Evolution is great at quickly finding solutions that work (whether they work great or not) they just happen to work better than ones peers. It doesn't care what form that solution takes or what it limits in terms of other solutions. It doesn't/can't take into account any possible future use or detriment conferred by any new solution or mutation. All these things are inherent in evolved designs. This god is not very creative at all. Look at biology for instance. Everything that exists is a product of evolution. Have you ever wondered why there are no 6 legged mammals or mammals with feathers or any of the creatures of myths? For someone that's supposed to be creative, this strict adherence to a nested hierarchy is like a coloring book where nothing is ever drawn outside the lines. Where's the creativity? Air breathers that live in the deep ocean is that really god's idea of intelligent design? I would never expect to see anyone I would call an intelligent designer using ad hoc evolution of the sort we've seen on earth. If species were independently created, then why the nested hierarchy? Why no centaurs (or 6 legged mammals)? Why are all land animals fitted with a spinal column & inside out retinas & coaxial eating breathing tubes? Where are the arboreal octopi? Where's the creativity?
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+ergonomover Rikitikiitalik asked. "Why does it have a "No" indicator?" I felt compelled to respond "Because it was useful in previous generations."
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Athiest's : Gets Butthurt because some people believe in God(s)(dess)
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I guess he doesn't know that there is a God.  I'm going to go cry now
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If you love death and hate life, then Bill Nye is your guy.  You see in real science we use evidence.    All the evidence shows only one thing as far as evolution. When seeking the truth in the phenomenon all the evidence we can test and study always shows the same conclusion, or it is not science.  The truth is revealed when you remove your emotions from the study.  The Truth  always evokes strong emotions of denial in people, simply because most are guilty of supporting the cause of diseases.  The reason why the theroy of evolution cannot be proved is because they misinterpret all the data to say what the government wants to say.  There is no government controlled by the rich plutocrats going to allow the truth about how horribly they have managed life on earth.  The same people who sell you "save the planet", "save the whales", "save the children" and "save the chimpanzees" are the ones who are destroying all life on earth, human greed. They are not concerned about you, your children, nor your grandchildren.  The nature of greed is total selfishness and concern for one thing.  So they make up magical reasons why humans are so sickly and die so young.   The medical industry is evidence of human failures.   The medical industry in the USA spends over $9,200,000 per citizen per year in all the medical related revenues being transferred.  Disease is a "good" business.   nearly $3,000,000,000,000 per year in just the USA.   Every genetic disease rising by 10 times per capita (per 100,000 people) in less than 100 years. Some are more like 15 times (diabetes).  And we have accumulated some 17,000 genetic diseases,  The cause is infected reproduction.   You cannot share any sexual contact outside of a monogamous uninfected (clean of viral, fungal, amoebic, bacterial STD's)  marriage and have healthy babies.  And once you have any of the standard viral STD's, they never go away.  It becomes part of your reproductive cells.  There is no cure for viruses.   Cancer was 1 in 42 in 1847 as a cause of death.  Cancer was 1 in 20 at the start of the 20th century (1900).   Now it is 1 in 3 dying of this disease.   Congenital heart disease is up 200% in 29 years. We now have so many diseases that are brand new, never were seen before in all the historical records of humanity. We now have huge cancer hospitals strictly for the treatment of children.  If we did not have so many sick children they would never exist.  These are all new in the last 15 to 20 years, because of the phenomenal rise of childhood cancers.    The CDC has issued Biblical instructions for stopping STD's.  This is because STD's have risen by 20,000,000 cases each year for the past 11 years.  Most of the infected are young girls ages 13 to 24.  Second is males 13 to 24. (All at peak reproductive years) These "kids" are just  following the sexual misconduct as being good ideas of society.   Movies with sex, violence and killing as the constant and well received theme by stupid people.  Promoting sexual misconduct as being good in the classroom.  It is pure irony that most of the movie "stars" all support gun control and taking guns away from citizens, and they use guns in nearly every movie they make, brainwashing young people into a violent mindset.  They also have sex for no reason with random sexual partners as if that was a good thing to do.   The CDC clearly states that there is no safe sex outside of a marriage to an uninfected person.  (You cannot find an uninfected person according to STD statistics)This is because this massive sales job on condom use was a lie.  Kissing, touching, oral contact with any sexual area infected is not  affected by condom use.  Skin to skin contact around the "condom" will give you several diseases.   You cannot deep kiss and not get infected with HSV-1, HSV-2, HPV, HBV. HIV (HIV; if there is any  blood contact, and this is more common than you think).   Humans are totally infected today and will never allow any idea of saving the lives of the offspring to enter into the compulsive sexual immorality.  This is why we are doomed as a species to suffering, diseases, continual rise of retardation, and mothers taking their children to the hospital over and over trying to keep them alive from some horrible disease.  I have studied many hundreds of cases to the point of reading mothers "blogs" on the torture of taking their babies to the hospital as many as 50 times to keep them alive, only to have them die after the 10th surgery.  These new diseases are extremely horrible.  This is what the evidence shows.
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+GoodScienceForYou All the more reason to consider using genetic engineering to provide your children with only the best genes.
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+ExtantFrodo2 There are 17,000 genetic diseases. The chances are 100% for you to produce a diseased child, no matter what you do.
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But this process does not explain the derivation of 'sense" in any strand. 'sense" means algorithmic function achieved through sequences of certain decision-node switch-settings. Trevors and Abel. As far as I can tell this means "It doesn't fit what we think it should be so it's wrong". Consider that the authors may be the ones who are wrong by trying to impose an inappropriate model.
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The knowledge currently stored in the libraries of the world is estimated at 10^18 bits.  If it were possible for this information to be stored in DNA molecules, 1 per cent of the volume of a pinhead would be sufficient for this purpose. If, on the other hand, this information were to be stored with the aid of megachips, we would need a pile higher than the distance between the earth and the moon.
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The chew toy said : " But your exercise of abstract thought to confirm facts is completely DIVORCED from mere reproduction and survival. I see a problem here." Only you sees a problem. To be able to use abstract though helped the survival of our ancestor. It is a product of our evolution. Your very argument is evidence that evolution is real.
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+Extant Frodo2 I'm sorry, but what part about "express surprise-disgust" (from your own source) was too complicated for you, pee-wee? Stick around and we'll school and rule you some more on Canada, religion, science and the world. Again, how did you get so clueless?
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+Atharkas This is just DRIVEL! Hahahahahahahahahahahahaha!
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Under these conditions, the cell sequesters important signaling proteins into "stress granules."  The Alu RNP complexes "actively participate in stress granule formation and dissolution." When the stress subsides, the cell produces a lot of Alu RNP that unlocks the proteins in the granules, allowing protein synthesis to resume. This all sounds intelligently designed, so how do evolutionists explain it? They merely assert that evolution is a "function" of repetitive elements:
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“Having emerged within mammals from a common ancestor, the genomic "Alu" elements multiplied during evolution to the point of representing about 10% of the primate and human genomes, whereas they are about ten-fold less abundant in rodents. These small repetitive elements are an important source of genetic variations, due to their ability to move freely around the genome, and they are therefore considered as motors of evolution.”
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That's a clever rhetorical strategy: call it evolutionary ‘junk’ at first; then when functions are found, call it a "motor of evolution." No wonder evolution is a "fact" to Darwinians. They can't lose. If it's ‘junk’ or treasure, Darwinian evolution made it.
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If you cannot imagine data that can convince you that your theory is wrong, you are are not being scientific.
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However, now, if somebody reported the genome of a 1-million-year-old humanoid fossil and found that it is exactly the same as that of a contemporary human being, the theory of evolution of species would be completely changed.
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Science deniers, the big bang started from nothing, dna self replicated in rock soup. Transitional animal examples are, sea-monkeys, that became the creature from the black lagoon, that could live under water and walk on land. The first shrew like mammal, eventually walked upright, and used both hands, and became mickey mouse.
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+DEPTEL 243 DEPTEL 243: Yet another sock account. Blocked.
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And indeed when you look at the technical literature and look for unguided evolutionary explanations of the origin of these elements at the heart of life – you don’t anything remotely close to a rational explanatory framework. At the end of the day, Intelligent Design doesn’t need at all to define itself as a negative argument against neo-Darwinism.
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It stands alone as a positive explanatory structure for what the empirical data show at the very heart of life.
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I studied holistic health for over 8 years and kept up with the science on this.  Bill Nye has "bowel cancer" shown in his face.
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+GoodScienceForYou Thanks, now providing I believed you in the first place, I now know what companies products to avoid since, provided you are one of the designers, they are shoddily built and can be trusted about as far as I could throw them.
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+Gary Belliferous:  "With the predictions of where fossils should be found." Hardly.  Please point me to the "prediction" made by evolution that 20+ animal phyla should make a geologically abrupt appearance in the Cambrian.
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RESISTANCE IS FUTILE has ironically been blocked.
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+Chocolate Covered Reason Futile's account was created the exact same day as Dr len. (sept 11 2006)
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You'd think they'd learn and stop already.
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If an atheist truly believes that there is no god, then how does the atheist remain sane in a world with unpunished crimes that are unpunished by humans? Atheists have no real morals, and no real purpose in life other than pretending, richard dawkins: "Atheists do not have a purpose in life without god" "Only the fool says in his heart "There is no god"" - Psalm 14
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+FUNgineer Sock Account Oh, not this moldy old chesnut again. * sigh *
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Creationists still claim that fossilized human footprints (or "giant man tracks") were discovered alongside dinosaur tracks in Paluxy Riverbed near Glen Rose, Texas, allegedly providing dramatic 'evidence' against the theory of evolution and the standard geologic timetable.
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matchlockfun just blurted: "The wise old Alan Clarke is here today, a bit pissed about accusations of dishonesty in creationists." Hypocrite. Your new sock account BREAST REDUCTION is all yours, clown. It's got your mental DNA and clown style like fingerprints all over it!
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Breast Reduction is the latest sock account of matchlockfun (immediately below, see ridiculous video arcade game handgun as the avatar): Let the belly laughs begin!
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An additional example is the "sequence convergence in the peptide-binding region of primate and rodent MHC Class Ib molecules" (Yeager et al., 1997) and the "independent origin of Prosimian, Platyrrhine, and Catarrhine Mhc-DRB genes" (Kriener et al., 2000). Moreover, Jost et al. (2008) report on "4 taxonomically diverse species of pufferfishes (Tetraodontidae)" which "each evolved resistance to the guanidinium toxins tetrodotoxin (TTX) and saxitoxin (STX) via parallel amino acid replacements across all 8 sodium channels present in teleost fish genomes."
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Even highly sophisticated molecular mechanisms have often evolved multiple times independently. One especially remarkable case of this is the convergent evolution of very similar DNA biosynthesis mechanisms in the archaea and the eubacteria (Leipe et al., 1999).
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Complex camera eyes have also arisen independently in multiple ineages, having evolved in chordates and molluscs, as well as alciopid annelid worms (Wald and Raypart, 1977) and two different groups of spiders (Laughlin, 1980; Williams and McIntyre, 1980).
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And what do we find at the very heart of life?  At the heart of life, in our DNA, is a language-based code.  Notable scientists such as Francis Crick, Richard Dawkins, and Francis Collins – they all acknowledge that at the heart of life there is essentially a digital code that uses computer-like programming to convert information from our DNA to be able to generate protein output. Our DNA contains a language-based code that contains computer-like commands that are processed by the molecular machines of our cells to convert that information – in our DNA – into protein-based machines, proteins.
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But where in our experience do things like language-based codes, computer-based information processing, or machine-like structures come from?  In all our experience, each of those things all come from intelligence – and yet this is what we consistently see at the heart of life.  So Intelligent Design is a compelling positive explanation for what we see at the very heart of life.
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And really the only way to explain, using a positive argument for the origin of the language-based code of DNA, the computer-like information processing, the abundance of molecular protein machines filling all of the cells of our bodies – the only way to rationally explain its origin – is to invoke an intelligent cause.
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People really like to go against the tides when it comes down to what people believe in on how the Earth was made and what has gotten us to this point in history. As a youth raised in the clash between Creation and Science, I think I need to remind others that it doesn't really matter. I honestly only see having factual knowledge is the purpose of how the world was created and evolution. Since it is so slow we cannot see it, why bother? Yes, it demonstrates how we got to where we are, but is it nothing more than facts after that? And I've never seen many respectable religious youth in my day and age fully reject science. What irks me about Bill Nye is that, despite how a good sum of religions in the world call for acts of peace, love, charity, and coexistence with nature, why does he have to be blunt with denying anyone's beliefs? It's quite rude to outwardly deject a religion, you see, and I'm apparently being dejected. Yeah, so what if I'm a Christian? That doesn't mean I am lacking an open mind. I accept the Big Bang and evolution as God's "steps" to mankind. I try to find symbolic representations of science inside of The Bible to help connect the two, such as in Genesis, during the description of creation, man is the most recent and final life form to come into play on Earth. It would take some time to go into detail with every connection I have made so far, but I don't want to make this impossibly long, just long. But in all seriousness, people shouldn't go around spewing literal hate speech until they've sat down and analyzed things like I have in order to make both sides are happy with the end result. It is one of my two future careers, becoming a Christian pastor, that is.
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+matchlockfun Excellent points Mike. If one cares about truth at all, why accept anything less than the truth even if it destroys your cherished dogma. Even if it is otherwise without any utility at all. What practical use is knowing the stars are many light years away. Should we deny truth just because it without application? Is profit the only motive worth while?
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+Mike Riles The difficulty with beliefs is that folk don't in fact keep those beliefs to themselves. They attempt to foist what they believe on everyone else, on the law, on social policy, on education, on the scientific research that is deemed acceptable. Beliefs aren't benign. They are for the most part incompatible with our scientific understanding of the world around us. They interfere with the development of critical thinking skills. And they are a source of prejudice and discrimination. Christianity encompasses all of these characteristics.
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I get his concerns, but I respectfully disagree with his assertions. There is an vivid simplicity that is derived from looking at biology through creationist perspective. Not to mention, many people are extremely literate and competent in scientific fields and hold to creationism. The labeling of something as science or nescience is really dubious when aspects outside the observable are brought into question. In fact, strong arguments can be made on the nescience of Darwinian evolution and its derivations (albeit unpopular arguments). Also, there seems to be a strange amalgamation and slight confusion of semantics in what Nye was talking about. He shifted the context of the word evolution from biological evolution to stellar (or abiotic) evolution. At least, I thought I heard him make that segway.
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The simplicity I referred to was not a lazy form of thinking in the pondering of nature's machinations. This also ties in to what I mentioned about "aspects outside the observable." The empirical knowledge gained of scientific study is not inherently  irreconcilable with a system of faith-based beliefs. If anything, the only thing that can be necessarily gained from a person of faith studying nature scientifically is that the "God did it" assertion (to them) only remarks on where the 'studied' comes from; then, through scientific research/process, the person discovers how "God did it." Saying "God did it" is not an end in & of itself, regarding the facts of "why nature does what it does," but merely an acknowledgement of where it primordially sourced from. To answer "why nature does what it does" requires investigation through sound process.   To the idea that 'objective evidence as ascertained by science is counter-indicative to creationist models' is once again not necessarily so. Objective data, gained through scientific methodology, has not come into head-on clash with creationism, but rather hypotheses and theories have. 
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+ImpossibleIsNothin "Objective data, gained through scientific methodology, has not come into head-on clash with creationism"   I guess you haven't met the hard data of fossils which present in an order which is definitely contrary to creationist notions.
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If there is no UNCONDITIONAL EXISTENCE - i.e. GOD - there can be NO CONDITIONAL EXISTENCE either! CONDITIONAL EXISTENCE - TO WHICH CATEGORY EVERYTHING AFTER THE BIG BANG BELONGS - CAN ONLY DERIVE FROM UNCONDITIONAL EXISTENCE; OR DO YOU THINK IT DERIVES FROM NOTHINGNESS - MAGICALLY? Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha! CONDITIONAL EXISTENCE IS THE UNDENIABLE EVIDENCE OF THE EXISTENCE OF UNCONDITIONAL EXISTENCE - GOD!
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+Zaki Aminu "If a lion told you" ROTFLMFAO...etc...
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+Mike Lushey "...."If a lion told you" ROTFLMFAO...etc..." What distinguishes human beings from the animals is the capacity for abstract thought! CLEARLY, you're just a BLUEBOTTLE and therefore cannot understand me! All you're good for is EATING SHIT! Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!
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+matchlockfun   (aka BREAST REDUCTION): What will your little French friend ergonomover say when he learns of your latest sock account, created today, July 25, 2015? Can you still count on him to "look the other way?" Har, har, har, har!
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LOL! Notice directly below matchlockfun, the obvious creator of BREAST REDUCTION, showing no self-control... ...he just has to get in the first laugh to inaugurate his latest sock account!
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Why is there some who still dont believe in evolution it completely baffles me. Its not a theory anymore its a fact there's consensus in the scientific community all evidence points towards evolution. Creationism is a complete joke all sciences whether it be geology to biology suggests creationism is false. Please if you still believe in creationism you really need to go back to school and take some basic courses. Its completely disgusting that we have this much ignorance towards science. Lets just put it like this do you believe in an ancient book or hundreds of years of scientific study and now to the point where over 97% of scientist agree that evolution is now a fact. For me im going with the 97% of scientist but its up to you
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Seriously, when people think that being a Christian means deial of everything science it annoys me. God said that we are made of dust. We don't all live purposely in arrogance and darkness, guys.
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+Time4Gaming "We don't all live purposely in arrogance and darkness," If you deny what is demonstrated empirically then yes, you are living purposely in arrogance and darkness. Just ask Common Dissent (or her numerous other accounts) how she denies what is demonstrable empirically in favour the failed hypothesis of intelligent design.
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"A fool thinks himself to be wise, but a wise man knows himself to be a fool." William Shakespeare. That's for people like Bill, people who only believe what the crowd believes.
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+MethodOx "For example, E=Mc^2 makes perfect sense to me. The Space time continuum makes perfect sense to me. Time dilation..." So you'll understand why a young earth conflicts with the concommitent energy release of radioactive isotopes that you should be able to calculate if your Relativity is as good as you claim.  And its actually E^2=p^2c^2+m^2c^4. You'll also accept the time light would have needed to travel from distant stars to get to us.  "and the double slit theory make sense to me." Then why don't you accept the quantum mechanics and particle physics that describes the weak interaction that drives the fusion in the sun and radioactive decay? "I love studying history and astronomy. " OK so how old would you say the solar system is based on observations. How old would you say the universe is based on observations?  "Calculus makes sense to me. " You just couldn't make it as far as Schrodinger though? "And I believe in God" That's fine. Teach that too......but in bible study/R.E.  *Not* the science classroom.
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+mikecucuk When are you going to switch to your sock account fallible fiend? Is your blood pressure too high even for that? Haha little kiddo your profile picture alone shows you are a sad moron who is fragile and get's mad over the internet EASILY haha
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+MikecuCUNT the faillible fiend pretending shithead You're too uncultured and ignorant to know what my avatar picture means, you drooling retard. Sorry, Charlie Brown, but that football went nowhere because I pulled it away at the last second and watched you fly through the air and land flat on your back AGAIN. Come on, Charlie Brown. Kick the football! You'll get it THIS TIME! ROTFLMAO XD
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More recently most creationists have largely abandoned the "man track" claims, although a few persistent individuals, including Carl Baugh and Don Patton continue to promote such claims.
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In the wake of mounting evidence against the 'man track' claims, several loose slabs know as the Burdick Prints - containing alleged 'man-tracks' - were suddenly brought forth by Baugh & Patton as 'evidence'. Subsequent investigations have revealed that the Burdick Prints have an ambiguous history and curiously bizarre anatomical properties.
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The outer hair cells of mammals are specially designed to amplify high frequency sound. Among all mammals, the ones with the greatest sensitivity to high frequencies are the echolocating bats and whales. The cochleae of echolocating bats and whales display convergent anatomical features. For example, recent work demonstrates, from an evolutionary view, that the prestin of echolocating bats and of dolphins has undergone the same structural changes.
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Evolution is a theory(a belief)it isn't fact, no matter how much you want it to be. Evolution tries to explain how life evolved through natural selection, but how did life start in the first place Bill? Answer that one genius. And you need many species to already exist for natural selection even to work, so how did they get there? Answer that one genius. Evolution has never explained how a single celled organism has evolved into a full central nervous system. Ever. This might shock you, but I don't believe in evolution, and my world isn't a mystery, and it's still exciting.
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+MethodOx you appear to be the king of mis information.
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+Roger Campbell "you appear to be the king of mis information." And YOU sound like a FAGGOT! Are you one? Do you like SHOVING SHIT UPHILL? Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!
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@ matchlockfun: "So you admit Breast Reduction is a stunningly clever addition..." Are you that freakin' stupid to think that by BLOCKING me you can somehow "succeed" in talking behind my back and save some face? How long will you actually KEEP your newly hatched "mammary minimizing" sock account? <=O(
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...or will it (very likely) be a flash-in-the-pan-permanent-reminder of your stupidity, hypocrisy, and - worst of all - lack of creativity??!?!!??
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Yes let your Darwinist euthanasia eugenic's fact flag's fly proud and high like a man, not like a cowardly back manuvering split tongue intellectual sneak Yes the human heart is worthless deluded and holding everybody that is somebody back Yak yak yak quack quack quack out the duck "butt butt butt" " FUCK!!!! U&U&U&U............hmmm your cool" Yes what a ripppppppp it is
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+Fuzzo Frizzbeebot   That's right, cannibals eat human flesh, drinking ritual blood and worshipping human sacrifice, haha nice moral hobby. 
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Cuevas et al. (2002) have furthermore documented, in retroviruses, the occurrence of molecular convergences in 12 variable sites in independent lineages. Some of these convergent mutations even took place in intergenic regions (changes in which are normally thought to be selectively neutral) and also in synonymous sites. The authors note that this is fairly widely observed among HIV-1 virus clones in humans and in SHIV strains isolated from macaques, monkeys and humans.
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Mitochondrial DNA data has revealed even more astonishing results. Castoe et al. (2009, 2010), for example, report the occurrence of 44 parallel amino acid substitutions in all 13 mitochondrially encoded oxidative phosphorylation metabolic proteins in the distantly related snakes and agamid lizards. Their 2009 paper notes:
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“These results indicate that nonneutral convergent molecular evolution [sic] in mitochondria can occur at a scale and intensity far beyond what has been documented previously, and they highlight the vulnerability of standard phylogenetic methods to the presence of nonneutral convergent sequence evolution.”
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+Chocolate Coated Reason  You are correct CCR. Applying the scientific method, the only example of complexity found at the level of the complexity found in DNA code has intelligent design as it's progenitor, therefore the scientific method points to intelligent design as the answer. Science says yes to intelligent design, while atheist weep at Darwins shrine, and Bill Nye auctions off his bow ties for less than a dime. LMAO!!!
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The multiple, independent origin of echolocation in these animals (twice in bats and once in toothed whales) exemplifies convergence, a phenomenon that describes instances in which unrelated organisms possess nearly identical anatomical and physiological characteristics. When examined from an evolutionary perspective, convergence doesn’t make much sense.
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Hahahahahahahahahahahaha! Turkey Buzzard, WHY NOT TRY PRESENTING A LOGICAL ARGUMENT instead thinking dark insinuations alone will do your work for you against my arguments? THEY WON'T, you know? Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!
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+Zaki Aminu I can't find God. Is there a bush I need to talk to?
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+Roger Campbell "I can't find God. Is there a bush I need to talk to?" WHY would a bush help you if you have been SHUNNED by RULER OF HEAVEN and CREATOR OF THE EARTH? Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha! If you CANNOT SEE THE WORKS OF THE CREATOR OF THE UNIVERSE - AND SEE IN THEM THE WAY TO UNDERSTAND HIS WILL, WHY WOULD A BUSH HELP YOU TO FIND HIM? CLEARLY, YOU'RE ONE OF THE DAMNED! Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!
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Another example is reported by Robson et al. (2000), who document that 28 of the amino acids in the oothecin protein of the cockroach are in exactly the same order as those in the lamprey lamprin protein. The authors state that "sequence similarities between lamprin and oothecin, which share a 28/30 amino acid sequence identity, may represent one of the best examples of primary sequence convergence so far identified."
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Furthermore, Lawn et al. (1997) report on the "convergent evolution of apolipoprotein(a) in primates and hedgehog." Apolipoprotein(a), or apo(a), a low-density lipoprotein (LDL) that is a risk factor for human atherosclerosis, is found in Old World primates (Catarrhini), and has also been identified in European hedgehogs. Remarkably, the protein functions identically in both organisms.
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The paper reports, “By apparent remodeling of a plasminogen-like gene, hedgehog and human ancestors independently evolved an apo(a) protein with multiple kringle domains that covalently links to apoB-containing lipoproteins, binds fibrin, lacks proteolytic activity, and competitively inhibits plasminogen activation.”
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A recent study published in Nature, "Mammalian microRNAs predominantly act to decrease target mRNA levels," has confirmed how microRNAs (miRNAs) have such an important effect upon gene regulation.  A news story in ScienceDaily explains the discovery:
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Mathematician William Dembski has said that specified complexity is diagnostic of intelligent design. That is when a highly improbable (or complex) event results in something that, in addition, has value, meaning, or function (in other words, it is specified).  Like the one chance in 10^30 of flipping a coin a hundred times and getting all heads.
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Evolution's Grand Challenge Molecular biology is characterized by growing questions and shrinking answers. It's like the guy who, after untying his boat, finds himself with one foot on the dock and one foot in the boat. As the gap grows, it becomes increasingly hard to ignore.  And uncomfortable. And temporary.
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And this is evolution's grand challenge: The complex programs and amazing molecular machines at the heart of life simply cannot be explained by any current or proposed theory of evolution, nor by any other completely material cause.  Apologists for materialism cannot hide this fact much longer. Neither the volume of their arguments nor any level of vitriol can change the fact that the data is skewing against them.
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Rarely has any field of science had to deal with questions so difficult, or that cut so deeply into the worldviews, minds, and hearts, of thoughtful men and women. Evolution sits at the center of a front-and-center debate -- with too much to explain, in too little time, with insufficient causal power, and with so many watching and so much at stake.
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Hopeful education and not these deluded classical fiend risen two face rat race snot shot's  Yes what the fuck is so special about U in truth? Just a whorish self lie Sci guy
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Tell us why do you hate Tesla and yet love to use the tech that originated from his findings? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA you do know that Tesla wasn't straight, don't you?HAHAHAHAHAHA
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Guzman took cues from some of the lowermost fossil structures in sedimentary rocks, called stromatolites.   Living stromatolite colonies in Shark Bay, Australia, consist of complicated photosynthetic cells, which look exactly like well-preserved cells found in some fossil stromatolites. Each of these cells has more primary biological information than those of standard bacteria.
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This evidence now implicates deep levels of design not just in the sequences of protein, but also in the regulation of the entire transcription and translation process. MicroRNAs must be specially tailored to bind to the proper mRNA transcripts in order to foster their degradation and repress translation, when appropriate. Other mechanisms must inhibit repression and allow for translation.
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Houston, we're getting increased temperature readings from inside the Breast Restraining Apparatus (B.R.A.). We could be heading for another meltdown.
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Yes I can confirm those readings, Houston. Non-stop whining towards the Reduction and Enragement units indicates that a runaway thermal breach could be imminent.
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Yes the master want's to play game's with the laster Some got to lose to win sum yes shoe gum for every one what a lucky ducky day quack quack O is that a fact?
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+Transtlan Tico "Sub atomically matter is sub atomic particles - buons, muons, you name it. mass, with more mass, makes material. where is that non material of yours? maybe in the unmaterial imagination of yours?" Hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha! "Mass makes material?" And energy makes energy, eh? Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!
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Researchers have tried for decades to replicate the conditions and compounds they think were necessary for the first living cell to evolve. Their experimental failures have collectively sent the clear message that such an event is extremely unlikely or even impossible.
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Causal Requirements and Causal Forces Aside from the obvious (and intriguing) challenge of understanding the enormous complexity of life's information payload, evolution purports to explain its origins. The origin of life is perhaps the most obvious example of information's formidable hurdle to evolutionary explanations.  First life requires all of the following:
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Kinesin offers a fascinating example of undiscovered information in action.  What programs and machinery are required to assemble the structure and function of kinesin? What information is needed for kinesin to achieve its "runtime" functions? How does kinesin know where to go to pick up a load, what load to pick up, what path to take, and where to drop its load? How does it know what to do next? All this functionality takes information, which must be encoded somewhere.
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These are just two illustrations of many safeguards in the cell. If you think about human monitors, like traffic cops or inspectors, they are aware of the downstream consequences of failure to meet requirements.  Robots and machines can also be programmed to detect contraband or errors. The robot may be "dumb," but whoever programmed it had to know; he or she had to have "forward thinking" and plan for the errors or failures to meet requirements.
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For example, pro-evolution textbooks often tout the Cytochrome C phylogenetic tree as allegedly matching and confirming the traditional phylogeny of many animal groups. This is said to bolster the case for common descent. However, evolutionists cherry pick this example and rarely talk about the Cytochrome B tree, which has striking differences from the classical animal phylogeny. As one article in Trends in Ecology and Evolution stated:
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The article’s revelation of the disparities between molecular and morphological phylogenies was striking:  “When biologists talk of the ‘evolution wars’, they usually mean the ongoing battle for supremacy in American schoolrooms between Darwinists and their creationist opponents. But the phrase could also be applied to a debate that is raging within systematics. On one side stand traditionalists who have built evolutionary trees from decades of work on species' morphological characteristics.
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