Joined: July 2006
There is some major league tard going on at that site.
Added by: Mike, on 2008-01-26 10:24:43
It seems that when we handed the Nobel Laureate our paper on intelligent design of the multiverse, proving the existence of God, he summarily walked out -- on 350 of my classmates and dropped the paper in the trash. Later, his colleagues at Princeton and Cambridge told him that he'd committed a major faux pas, and should at least have read our work.
Such closed minds argue by authority, sad to say, and have scant little evidence to back them up. We whose insight has proved sound suffer no such drawbacks. Eventually it comes down to faith. Either you accept the evidence or you do not.
As you can see, the number on the end of the URL references each item.
Some, oddly, seem to be missing.
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Story ? Least they are honest about that!
Obviously some of the "stories" have been deleted. Yet what's not been deleted has unbelievable levels of tard.
Added by: Brittany, on 2008-01-25 11:17:50
In the late year of 2007, I wrote an essay about my feelings toward God and creation. The class was American Literature, and we were learning about Puritanism, so I took my beliefs and wrote them down onto paper. I expressed how I felt. God had helped me through my life, and I mentioned that it was because he loves us; we are God's "creation." I had been warned by many, saying that I shouldn't mention God in my paper, because it's a public school system, and it is not allowed. I thought long and hard before turning in my paper, and I thought about the first amendment. I, and everyone else in the United States of America, has the freedom of speech. Yes, there are limits to that freedom; I can speak my mind freely as long as I do not break a law, I do not harm anyone, and I do not infringe on anyone else's rights. Well, in this essay, I did not break any laws, harm anyone, or infringe on a person's rights. However, after I turned in my paper, my teacher returned it to me and I had 17% grade. I looked through the paper to see what my teacher marked incorrect, and all throughout the paper there were notes from my teacher, crossing out anything, and everything about God. She wrote to me that "mentioning God was unnecessary." What I didn't understand was that God was the entire point on the paper. People of the U.S.A. also have the freedom of religion, but if that is the case, then why do so many people get ridiculed for mentioning God is public places? Our country was built on the subject of God.. "... one nation, under GOD..." Why are people so discriminating? It simply does not make sense, and I don't know if it ever will. Thank you.
Now, I realise Brittany got sectioned the other day but...
|Chased and Suppressed|
Added by: Jack, on 2008-01-31 11:28:42
In 1979 I x-rayed and measured the Neanderthal child's skull, Pech de l'Azé, in Paris, France in the famous Museé de l'Homme. I first reported my results in an article in 1987:Cuozzo JW." Earlier orthodontic intervention: a view from prehistory." [Historical Article. Journal Article] Journal of the New Jersey Dental Association. 58(4):33-40, 1987 Autumn. Next, in 1998 New Leaf Press published my first book "Buried Alive" in which this little Neanderthal was prominently featured. In both the first article and the book I pointed out and illustrated how the French anthropologist E. Patte had misplaced the lower jaw too far forward to make it appear more ape-like, rather than a flatter face, which is more human-like. When I first turned in my duplicate x-rays to the museum, in August 1979, we were followed (my family of five children and I) for several days by shadowy men in two sports cars. This pursuit finally ended with a high-speed street chase through the streets of Paris, with us barricading ourselves in our borrowed apartment in a Parisian suburb. They sat on the hoods of their cars smoking cigarettes most of the night looking up at the high rise where we were hidden. We got away. The rest of the story is recalled in the book.
I also mentioned that He'd have to give me a thorough explanation as to *why* I must "eat human babies".
if there are even critical flaws in Gauger’s work, the evo mat narrative cannot stand