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|89 dmullenix February 16, 2012 at 5:06 am |
Can the moon exist and not exist at the same time and in the same formal relation?
Well, according to logic, the answer is “No.” But according to quantum mechanics the answer is, “If you can get all of the atoms of the moon to stop jostling each other for a moment, then it can.”
Of course, that’s not good enough for Barry, but then Barry is the guy who once sued two political rivals for calling him a bully, thus proving conclusively that he IS a bully.
I’ve been reading this blog since Dr. Dr. Dembski founded it, usually just lurking, occasionally commenting under my own name. I’ve had a lot of laughs, a very few good arguments (thank you vjtorley) and an awful lot of WTF? moments.
But recently, under the leadership of Bully Arrington, I’ve mostly just been getting a sick-to-my-stomach feeling. This sick feeling really kicked into high gear last Friday when Bully gave us the absolutely best Friday Meltdown ever, except maybe for the time Dr. Dr. Dembski published the names, home addresses, home phone numbers and private email addresses of the entire Baylor Board of Directors. (Sorry, Barry, but not even you could top that one!)
Anyhow, I’ve read enough and I will now leave you all to stew in your own juices.
So Bully, the answer to your question is, “Yes.”
I don't want to rain on muls ..er Ceilings Cats parade or anything but the whole point of Bullie's...erm point is, does Jupiter/teh Moon or God exist?
.....plainly the answer is no..
you fuckers just don't get it.
Jesus, I can still log in! My last post disappeared, but this is what it was:
|dmullenix February 17, 9451 at 1:29 pm |
Bully, you flaming asshole, the answer is “Yes"! Now ban me, damn it!
I'm feeling seriously unclean still being able to log in!
By the way, I have no idea where that year and time came from. It's 12:23 am CDT, 2012 right now.
...after reviewing the arguments, Iâ€™m inclined to believe that the critics of ENCODEâ€™s bold claim were mostly right, and that the proportion of our genome which is functional is probably between 10 and 20%. --Vincent Torley, uncommondescent.com 1/1/2016