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BillB



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 20 2012,07:23   

Quote (BillB @ Sep. 20 2012,13:14)
Thought I would embrace ID and start trying to produce a testable model. Here is my first bit of code:
Code Sample
repeat
{
  if(gap) gap = god;
}
until faith == 0;

oops, forgot a key header, pre-processor statements and a bit of code:
Code Sample
#include<theology.h>

#ifdef toEvidence
evidence = 0;
#endif

void main(void)
{
  repeat
  {
     if(gap) gap = god;
     ID++;
     if(ID>0) ID = WIN;
  }
  until faith == 0;

}

  
BillB



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 20 2012,07:28   

[quote=BillB,Sep. 20 2012,13:23]
Quote (BillB @ Sep. 20 2012,13:14)

Code Sample
#include<theology.h>

#ifdef toEvidence
evidence = 0;
#endif

void main(void)
{
  repeat
  {
     if(gap) gap = god;
     ID++;
     if(ID>0) ID = WIN;
  }
  until faith == 0;

}

Damn it, you can see I don't write code that often:

Code Sample
#include<theology.h>

#ifdef toEvidence
evidence = 0;
#endif

void main(void)
{
  repeat
  {
     if(gap)
     {
        gap = god;
        ID++;
     }
     if(ID>0) ID = WIN;
  }
  until faith == 0;
}

  
oldmanintheskydidntdoit



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 20 2012,07:34   

Code Sample

while gap:
      ID


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I also mentioned that He'd have to give me a thorough explanation as to *why* I must "eat human babies".
FTK

if there are even critical flaws in Gauger’s work, the evo mat narrative cannot stand
Gordon Mullings

  
BillB



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 20 2012,07:36   

Quote (oldmanintheskydidntdoit @ Sep. 20 2012,13:34)
Code Sample

while gap:
      ID

Error: gap is not defined in this scope

  
Soapy Sam



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 20 2012,07:36   

Quote (sparc @ Sep. 20 2012,05:56)
     
Quote (Soapy Sam @ Sep. 20 2012,02:53)

[eta: Just read more carefully, and he derives his licence from the authors of the ENCODE papers. But they are writing for a literate audience, who hopefully know the difference between evolutionary and genome-organisational concepts.]

I must second Larry Moran who doubts that the leading heads of ENCODE do exactly that.

Yes, I have re-re-read and - though ENV have still over-reached the inferences drawn - the Nature notion is just plain wrong, from both a genetic and an evolutionary standpoint:
     
Quote
we would propose that the TRANSCRIPT be considered as THE BASIC ATOMIC UNIT OF INHERITANCE.

(Blocks from ENV quote)

transcripts are part of primary phenotype, not genotype (as is the binding status of non-transcribed regulatory sequences, and methylation, sequence accessibility etc). ENCODE has not changed that.

Edited by Soapy Sam on Sep. 20 2012,07:38

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Evolutionists trust entropy for creation of life but are like men who horse a crocodile to get across a river - niwrad.

The organism could already metabolize citrus. Joe G

  
BillB



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 20 2012,07:40   

Quote (oldmanintheskydidntdoit @ Sep. 20 2012,13:34)
Code Sample

while gap:
      ID

Actually, you just made me realise that the entire ID research programe can be captures with a single line of ARM assembly:

mov r0, r0

  
oldmanintheskydidntdoit



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 20 2012,08:04   

Quote (BillB @ Sep. 20 2012,07:36)
Quote (oldmanintheskydidntdoit @ Sep. 20 2012,13:34)
Code Sample

while gap:
      ID

Error: gap is not defined in this scope

Code Sample
gap = True
while gap:
     Incentive = Buy_My_Book(Recycled_Arguments,CherryPickedData)


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I also mentioned that He'd have to give me a thorough explanation as to *why* I must "eat human babies".
FTK

if there are even critical flaws in Gauger’s work, the evo mat narrative cannot stand
Gordon Mullings

  
BillB



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 20 2012,08:28   

Quote (oldmanintheskydidntdoit @ Sep. 20 2012,14:04)
Quote (BillB @ Sep. 20 2012,07:36)
 
Quote (oldmanintheskydidntdoit @ Sep. 20 2012,13:34)
Code Sample

while gap:
      ID

Error: gap is not defined in this scope

Code Sample
gap = True
while gap:
     Incentive = Buy_My_Book(Recycled_Arguments,CherryPickedData)

Ok, thanks, that compiles fine now ;)

Incidentally, the language I am using is not your standard 'C' - it is an undefined language of unknown origin with unknown constraints, but it just happens to behave in a 'C' like fashion if the goal of your code is to prove ID.

Discussing the origin and operation of the language, the compiler, and how it affects code execution is forbidden!

  
oldmanintheskydidntdoit



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 20 2012,08:30   

Programs have programmers!

Designs have designers!

The programmer is too complex to have evolved, it must have been designed.

The designer is too complex to have evolved, it must have been programmed!

Buy my book!

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I also mentioned that He'd have to give me a thorough explanation as to *why* I must "eat human babies".
FTK

if there are even critical flaws in Gauger’s work, the evo mat narrative cannot stand
Gordon Mullings

  
OgreMkV



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 20 2012,08:40   

Again, you guys are all wrong.  It's all just front-loaded man.

Oh wait, this is supposed to support ID.  nevermind

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Ignored by those who can't provide evidence for their claims.

http://skepticink.com/smilodo....retreat

   
k.e..



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 20 2012,09:19   

Quote (BillB @ Sep. 20 2012,15:40)
Quote (oldmanintheskydidntdoit @ Sep. 20 2012,13:34)
Code Sample

while gap:
      ID

Actually, you just made me realise that the entire ID research programe can be captures with a single line of ARM assembly:

mov r0, r0

why even go that far?

NOP

all it does is use a cycle for nothing

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Zachriel



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 20 2012,09:38   

Quote (oldmanintheskydidntdoit @ Sep. 20 2012,08:04)
 
Quote (BillB @ Sep. 20 2012,07:36)
   
Quote (oldmanintheskydidntdoit @ Sep. 20 2012,13:34)
Code Sample

while gap:
      ID

Error: gap is not defined in this scope

Code Sample
gap = True
while gap:
     Incentive = Buy_My_Book(Recycled_Arguments,CherryPickedData)

There's 80 bytes in the program. If there are 8 bits per byte, that's 640 bits. That's more than the Universal Probability Bound, so it was clearly designed.



Think that means you violated entropy or something.

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Tard Acquisition and Repository Department

   
Amadan



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 20 2012,10:15   

Code Sample
10 Print "Goddidit";
20 GOTO 10


Discerning readers will note that the string in line 10 is followed by a semi-colon rather than a comma.

This eliminates all gaps.


Edit: Syntax error!

Edited by Amadan on Sep. 20 2012,16:17

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"People are always looking for natural selection to generate random mutations" - Densye  4-4-2011
JoeG BTW dumbass- some variations help ensure reproductive fitness so they cannot be random wrt it.

   
oldmanintheskydidntdoit



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 20 2012,10:27   

http://news.msu.edu/story....s-1-2-3

Quote
It’s pretty nifty to see a new biological function evolve,” said Zachary Blount, postdoctoral researcher in MSU’s BEACON Center for the Study of Evolution in Action.


Nah, you are wrong ZB. Both Joe and Gordon Mullings say so and that's good enough for me.

Quote
In the Nature paper, Blount and his teammates analyzed 29 genomes from different generations to find the mutational pieces of the puzzle. They uncovered a three-step process in which the bacteria developed this new ability.

The first stage was potentiation, when the E. coli accumulated at least two mutations that set the stage for later events. The second step, actualization, is when the bacteria first began eating citrate, but only just barely nibbling at it. The final stage, refinement, involved mutations that greatly improved the initially weak function. This allowed the citrate eaters to wolf down their new food source and to become dominant in the population.

“We were particularly excited about the actualization stage,” Blount said. “The actual mutation involved is quite complex. It re-arranged part of the bacteria’s DNA, making a new regulatory module that had not existed before. This new module causes the production of a protein that allows the bacteria to bring citrate into the cell when oxygen is present. That is a new trick for E. coli.”


Ah, but it's a breakdown of existing function, this new module. Oh, wait. How about it could digest citrate all along and a previous mutation broke it's ability to ingest it is all so it's not really anything new this gain of function via random mutation. Oh, no, that's wrong too.

fucks sake, can't an IDiot catch a break round here?

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I also mentioned that He'd have to give me a thorough explanation as to *why* I must "eat human babies".
FTK

if there are even critical flaws in Gauger’s work, the evo mat narrative cannot stand
Gordon Mullings

  
keiths



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 20 2012,11:18   

Quote (BillB @ Sep. 20 2012,06:28)
Quote (oldmanintheskydidntdoit @ Sep. 20 2012,14:04)
 
Quote (BillB @ Sep. 20 2012,07:36)
   
Quote (oldmanintheskydidntdoit @ Sep. 20 2012,13:34)
Code Sample

while gap:
      ID

Error: gap is not defined in this scope

Code Sample
gap = True
while gap:
     Incentive = Buy_My_Book(Recycled_Arguments,CherryPickedData)

Ok, thanks, that compiles fine now ;)

Incidentally, the language I am using is not your standard 'C' - it is an undefined language of unknown origin with unknown constraints, but it just happens to behave in a 'C' like fashion if the goal of your code is to prove ID.

Discussing the origin and operation of the language, the compiler, and how it affects code execution is forbidden!

As written by Upright Biped:
Quote
char*_,*O;main(S,l)char**l;{*(O=*(l+++S-1)-1)=13,*l[1]=0;for(;;)for(printf(*l),_=O-1;_>=*l&&++*_>(S+*O+S)*S;*_--=(S+*O)*S);}


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And the set of natural numbers is also the set that starts at 0 and goes to the largest number.  -- Joe G

Please stop putting words into my mouth that don't belong there and thoughts into my mind that don't belong there. -- KF

  
sparc



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 20 2012,11:28   

Quote (oldmanintheskydidntdoit @ Sep. 20 2012,10:27)
http://news.msu.edu/story......s-1-2-3

   
Quote
It’s pretty nifty to see a new biological function evolve,” said Zachary Blount, postdoctoral researcher in MSU’s BEACON Center for the Study of Evolution in Action.


Nah, you are wrong ZB. Both Joe and Gordon Mullings say so and that's good enough for me.

   
Quote
In the Nature paper, Blount and his teammates analyzed 29 genomes from different generations to find the mutational pieces of the puzzle. They uncovered a three-step process in which the bacteria developed this new ability.

The first stage was potentiation, when the E. coli accumulated at least two mutations that set the stage for later events. The second step, actualization, is when the bacteria first began eating citrate, but only just barely nibbling at it. The final stage, refinement, involved mutations that greatly improved the initially weak function. This allowed the citrate eaters to wolf down their new food source and to become dominant in the population.

“We were particularly excited about the actualization stage,” Blount said. “The actual mutation involved is quite complex. It re-arranged part of the bacteria’s DNA, making a new regulatory module that had not existed before. This new module causes the production of a protein that allows the bacteria to bring citrate into the cell when oxygen is present. That is a new trick for E. coli.”


Ah, but it's a breakdown of existing function, this new module. Oh, wait. How about it could digest citrate all along and a previous mutation broke it's ability to ingest it is all so it's not really anything new this gain of function via random mutation. Oh, no, that's wrong too.

fucks sake, can't an IDiot catch a break round here?

Ah, my todays ID prediction became true:  
Quote
Creationsts will not accept this research. They will state that adding citrate to the media was an intervention in the frst place that influenced the outcome of the experiments. “Methinks it is like a weasel”, Dawkins, latching, in 3 … 2 … 1 …
Three comments down the thread Joe G ways in:  
Quote
What is all the hype about? Even YEC’s baraminology is OK with the type of “evolution” Lenski is observing and studying.

Also there is no way you can determine that the bacteria “accidentally” rewired” their genome.


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"[...] the type of information we find in living systems is beyond the creative means of purely material processes [...] Who or what is such an ultimate source of information? [...] from a theistic perspective, such an information source would presumably have to be God."

- William Dembski -

   
Patrick



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 20 2012,12:04   

Quote (keiths @ Sep. 20 2012,12:18)
Quote (BillB @ Sep. 20 2012,06:28)
 
Quote (oldmanintheskydidntdoit @ Sep. 20 2012,14:04)
 
Quote (BillB @ Sep. 20 2012,07:36)
   
Quote (oldmanintheskydidntdoit @ Sep. 20 2012,13:34)
Code Sample

while gap:
      ID

Error: gap is not defined in this scope

Code Sample
gap = True
while gap:
     Incentive = Buy_My_Book(Recycled_Arguments,CherryPickedData)

Ok, thanks, that compiles fine now ;)

Incidentally, the language I am using is not your standard 'C' - it is an undefined language of unknown origin with unknown constraints, but it just happens to behave in a 'C' like fashion if the goal of your code is to prove ID.

Discussing the origin and operation of the language, the compiler, and how it affects code execution is forbidden!

As written by Upright Biped:
 
Quote
char*_,*O;main(S,l)char**l;{*(O=*(l+++S-1)-1)=13,*l[1]=0;for(;;)for(printf(*l),_=O-1;_>=*l&&++*_>(S+*O+S)*S;*_--=(S+*O)*S);}

I had to try it.  Got a seg fault.  It is kairosfocus' code!

  
JLT



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 20 2012,13:24   

Quote (sparc @ Sep. 20 2012,17:28)
   
Quote (oldmanintheskydidntdoit @ Sep. 20 2012,10:27)
http://news.msu.edu/story......s-1-2-3

         
Quote
It’s pretty nifty to see a new biological function evolve,” said Zachary Blount, postdoctoral researcher in MSU’s BEACON Center for the Study of Evolution in Action.


Nah, you are wrong ZB. Both Joe and Gordon Mullings say so and that's good enough for me.

         
Quote
In the Nature paper, Blount and his teammates analyzed 29 genomes from different generations to find the mutational pieces of the puzzle. They uncovered a three-step process in which the bacteria developed this new ability.

The first stage was potentiation, when the E. coli accumulated at least two mutations that set the stage for later events. The second step, actualization, is when the bacteria first began eating citrate, but only just barely nibbling at it. The final stage, refinement, involved mutations that greatly improved the initially weak function. This allowed the citrate eaters to wolf down their new food source and to become dominant in the population.

“We were particularly excited about the actualization stage,” Blount said. “The actual mutation involved is quite complex. It re-arranged part of the bacteria’s DNA, making a new regulatory module that had not existed before. This new module causes the production of a protein that allows the bacteria to bring citrate into the cell when oxygen is present. That is a new trick for E. coli.”


Ah, but it's a breakdown of existing function, this new module. Oh, wait. How about it could digest citrate all along and a previous mutation broke it's ability to ingest it is all so it's not really anything new this gain of function via random mutation. Oh, no, that's wrong too.

fucks sake, can't an IDiot catch a break round here?

Ah, my todays ID prediction became true:        
Quote
Creationsts will not accept this research. They will state that adding citrate to the media was an intervention in the frst place that influenced the outcome of the experiments. “Methinks it is like a weasel”, Dawkins, latching, in 3 … 2 … 1 …
Three comments down the thread Joe G ways in:        
Quote
What is all the hype about? Even YEC’s baraminology is OK with the type of “evolution” Lenski is observing and studying.

Also there is no way you can determine that the bacteria “accidentally” rewired” their genome.

Saw this article, had to check back in whether the UD wreck is already on it. I am disappointed.

Back to waiting for their in-depth analysis why this all proves ID. You know, right after their vindication through the ENCODE project (that still doesn't help pass the onion test and that still doesn't fucking make "It is so because I imagine that is the way god would've done it" a scientific prediction), I'd have expected them to be all giddy after design has been caught in the act.

I guess, it is too much to hope that Conservapedia will react to it again...

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"Random mutations, if they are truly random, will affect, and potentially damage, any aspect of the organism, [...]
Thus, a realistic [computer] simulation [of evolution] would allow the program, OS, and hardware to be affected in a random fashion." GilDodgen, Frilly shirt owner

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 21 2012,02:52   

No points for guessing who wrote this magnum opus tardissimus:

Centrality of Each Observer In The Universe and Christ’s Credible Reconciliation Of General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics

Edited by keiths on Sep. 21 2012,00:53

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And the set of natural numbers is also the set that starts at 0 and goes to the largest number.  -- Joe G

Please stop putting words into my mouth that don't belong there and thoughts into my mind that don't belong there. -- KF

  
The whole truth



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 21 2012,04:54   

Quote (keiths @ Sep. 21 2012,00:52)
No points for guessing who wrote this magnum opus tardissimus:

Centrality of Each Observer In The Universe and Christ’s Credible Reconciliation Of General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics

batshit77?

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sparc



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 21 2012,07:22   

Quote (The whole truth @ Sep. 21 2012,04:54)
Quote (keiths @ Sep. 21 2012,00:52)
No points for guessing who wrote this magnum opus tardissimus:

Centrality of Each Observer In The Universe and Christ’s Credible Reconciliation Of General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics

batshit77?

if the first link goes to some video it canot be anybody else. On second thaught: Is some kind of BAsock possible given the size of our universe?

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- William Dembski -

   
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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 21 2012,08:29   

Quote (CeilingCat @ Sep. 20 2012,00:12)
 
Quote (keiths @ Sep. 19 2012,16:21)
Lewontin!
And a fine one it is, too!  Gordon is in good form today.  You can almost feel the spittle landing on your face.  Here's a sample:        
Quote
This is of course an attempt to drag a red herring across the track of the mounting up pile of evidence pointing to the evident fine-tuning of the observed cosmos that sets it to an operating point that facilitates C-chemistry, aqueous medium, cell based life. The red herring is then led out to a convenient “God of the Gaps” strawman, duly set alight to the delight of the ideological atheists and their fellow travellers. (Cf. also here on building a sound worldview.)
Ahhhh...  That's the Good Stuff!

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Unfortunately for Mr Carroll, ‘Science ruled God (omnisicent, omnipotent and personal) in’, ninety plus years ago, when it identified the absolute speed of light as it acts within space-time. How many times do I have to repeat it on here for you, Sean? The louder they come, the harder they will assuredly fall. They have been hoisted with their own petard. ‘God scatters the proud in the imagination of their hearts.’ And what fun it is to witness, knowing as we do that ‘The truth wol out’, to adapt a Chaucerian locution. Learned nescience, in the face of elementary reason is the Road-Runner treading air before plummeting from the cliff. The marvel is that they have got away with it for so long, indeed, how such folly as abiogenesis ever got traction!

It would be nice to hear his opinion on the latest scientific findings concerning the Shroud of Turin, too.




Just had to point out that the Road-Runner always got away and it was the Coyote who wound up falling off a cliff.

Yeah, his other stuff is equally wrong but  being wrong about cartoons is true tard.

  
Tracy P. Hamilton



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 21 2012,08:37   

Quote (The whole truth @ Sep. 21 2012,04:54)
Quote (keiths @ Sep. 21 2012,00:52)
No points for guessing who wrote this magnum opus tardissimus:

Centrality of Each Observer In The Universe and Christ’s Credible Reconciliation Of General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics

batshit77?

My guess as well, but you will not trick me into mainlining the hard stuff.

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k.e..



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 21 2012,08:53   

Quote (tsig @ Sep. 21 2012,16:29)
Quote (CeilingCat @ Sep. 20 2012,00:12)
   
Quote (keiths @ Sep. 19 2012,16:21)
Lewontin!
And a fine one it is, too!  Gordon is in good form today.  You can almost feel the spittle landing on your face.  Here's a sample:          
Quote
This is of course an attempt to drag a red herring across the track of the mounting up pile of evidence pointing to the evident fine-tuning of the observed cosmos that sets it to an operating point that facilitates C-chemistry, aqueous medium, cell based life. The red herring is then led out to a convenient “God of the Gaps” strawman, duly set alight to the delight of the ideological atheists and their fellow travellers. (Cf. also here on building a sound worldview.)
Ahhhh...  That's the Good Stuff!

 
Quote
Unfortunately for Mr Carroll, ‘Science ruled God (omnisicent, omnipotent and personal) in’, ninety plus years ago, when it identified the absolute speed of light as it acts within space-time. How many times do I have to repeat it on here for you, Sean? The louder they come, the harder they will assuredly fall. They have been hoisted with their own petard. ‘God scatters the proud in the imagination of their hearts.’ And what fun it is to witness, knowing as we do that ‘The truth wol out’, to adapt a Chaucerian locution. Learned nescience, in the face of elementary reason is the Road-Runner treading air before plummeting from the cliff. The marvel is that they have got away with it for so long, indeed, how such folly as abiogenesis ever got traction!

It would be nice to hear his opinion on the latest scientific findings concerning the Shroud of Turin, too.




Just had to point out that the Road-Runner always got away and it was the Coyote who wound up falling off a cliff.

Yeah, his other stuff is equally wrong but  being wrong about cartoons is true tard.

So if you have about 45 minutes I'd like to talk to you about the Lord Jesus Christ

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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 21 2012,08:54   

Quote (Erasmus, FCD @ Sep. 18 2012,16:13)
welcome onlooker, i had assumed you were already here

Who knows, maybe I was!  :-P

Would you rather think that one of the AtBC regulars has a sock problem or that UD is getting more viewers?

If anyone here has admin privs at TSZ, I have a couple of comments that never appeared.  Alan helped out with one on one of his threads, but I don't seem to have the ability to comment on others.

I'm interested in continuing my discussion with gpuccio in a venue where kairosfocus can only glare and whine like the bitchy little church lady he is.

  
oldmanintheskydidntdoit



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 21 2012,08:57   

Quote (onlooker @ Sep. 21 2012,08:54)
I'm interested in continuing my discussion with gpuccio in a venue where kairosfocus can only glare and whine like the bitchy little church lady he is.

So that would be all of them except UD huh? As he's too chickenshit to creep out of the big tent.

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I also mentioned that He'd have to give me a thorough explanation as to *why* I must "eat human babies".
FTK

if there are even critical flaws in Gauger’s work, the evo mat narrative cannot stand
Gordon Mullings

  
k.e..



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 21 2012,09:32   

Quote (onlooker @ Sep. 21 2012,16:54)
Quote (Erasmus @ FCD,Sep. 18 2012,16:13)
welcome onlooker, i had assumed you were already here

Who knows, maybe I was!  :-P

Would you rather think that one of the AtBC regulars has a sock problem or that UD is getting more viewers?

If anyone here has admin privs at TSZ, I have a couple of comments that never appeared.  Alan helped out with one on one of his threads, but I don't seem to have the ability to comment on others.

I'm interested in continuing my discussion with gpuccio in a venue where kairosfocus can only glare and whine like the bitchy little church lady he is.

'Ras PM yourself now.

<snikker>

Welcome onlookers, can't help with the trout tickling but good luck with poking church lady.

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"I get a strong breeze from my monitor every time k.e. puts on his clown DaveTard suit" dogdidit
"Abbie Smith (ERV) who's got to be the most obnoxious arrogant snot I've ever seen except for when I look in a mirror" DAVE TARD
"ID is deader than Lenny Flanks granmaws dildo batteries" Erasmus

  
Robin



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 21 2012,11:47   

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welcome onlooker, i had assumed you were already here

Who knows, maybe I was!  :-P

Would you rather think that one of the AtBC regulars has a sock problem or that UD is getting more viewers?

If anyone here has admin privs at TSZ, I have a couple of comments that never appeared.  Alan helped out with one on one of his threads, but I don't seem to have the ability to comment on others.

I'm interested in continuing my discussion with gpuccio in a venue where kairosfocus can only glare and whine like the bitchy little church lady he is.

Welcome onlooker! Just curious, but now that you are no longer posting at UD, does this mean that Gordon no longer has any audience? I mean, I kind of figured that his "onlookers" was directed at you and presumably your family and friends or some such...

:p

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we IDists rule in design for the flagellum and cilium largely because they do look designed.  Bilbo

The only reason you reject Thor is because, like a cushion, you bear the imprint of the biggest arse that sat on you. Louis

  
Freddie



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 21 2012,14:04   

Quote (keiths @ Sep. 21 2012,02:52)
No points for guessing who wrote this magnum opus tardissimus:

Centrality of Each Observer In The Universe and Christ’s Credible Reconciliation Of General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics

 
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,,, for a while I tried to see if the 4-D space-time of General Relativity was sufficient to explain centrality we witness for the earth in the universe,,,


Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha ...

 
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,,,yet I kept running into the same problem for establishing the sufficiency of General Relativity to explain our centrality in this universe, in that every time I would perform a ‘thought experiment’ of trying radically different points of observation in the universe, General Relativity would fail to maintain centrality for the radically different point of observation in the universe.


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... Though this failure of General Relativity was obvious to me, I needed more proof so as to establish it more rigorously, so I dug around a bit and found this,,,


Comedy gold.  "I dug around a bit and found this,,, " ....

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I can't help but picture batshit standing up in front of an AA group in the church basement giving this speech.  And that's just from the 1st page!

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Joe: Most criticisims of ID stem from ignorance and jealousy.
Joe: As for the authors of the books in the Bible, well the OT was authored by Moses and the NT was authored by various people.
Byers: The eskimo would not need hairy hair growth as hair, I say, is for keeping people dry. Not warm.

  
JohnW



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 21 2012,14:29   

Quote (Freddie @ Sep. 21 2012,12:04)
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Looks like the motherlode of all batshit's copy-and-paste jobs.  Disappointingly, it's just regular text, and not a scan of something written in green crayon.

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Math is just a language of reality. Its a waste of time to know it.
- Robert Byers

  
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