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k.e..



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(Permalink) Posted: April 15 2018,09:23   

Joe dosn't need to go to school to see if fresh water is lighter than salt water when he can just go to the beach.

I had a dog like that. No matter how many times he went to the beach, which was most weeks in his thirteen year life, he always tried to drink the sea water.

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(Permalink) Posted: April 15 2018,10:28   

Quote (k.e.. @ April 15 2018,10:23)
Joe dosn't need to go to school to see if fresh water is lighter than salt water when he can just go to the beach.

I had a dog like that. No matter how many times he went to the beach, which was most weeks in his thirteen year life, he always tried to drink the sea water.

Maybe he had low blood pressure and intuited a solution?

   
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(Permalink) Posted: April 15 2018,11:35   

Quote (stevestory @ April 15 2018,18:28)
Quote (k.e.. @ April 15 2018,10:23)
Joe dosn't need to go to school to see if fresh water is lighter than salt water when he can just go to the beach.

I had a dog like that. No matter how many times he went to the beach, which was most weeks in his thirteen year life, he always tried to drink the sea water.

Maybe he had low blood pressure and intuited a solution?

Chows aren't that smart but they are devious.

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Joe G



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(Permalink) Posted: April 15 2018,11:40   

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And not all liquids are solvents.

So just because those compounds are less dense as a solid than as a liquid doesn't mean they are also solvents.

Oh, Joe.  Yes they are.  Every liquid is capable of dissolving some other things.  That’s all that’s required to be a solvent.

Density of solid vs. liquid isn’t the cause solvent properties.  At best it’s caused by the same root property.  

However, per your earlier question, 100% of solids that are less dense than their liquids float in their own liquid.  Relative density is what makes things float.

Wrong! Not all liquids are solvents.

And no, plutonium is only 2.5% more dense as a liquid meaning a big solid chunk of it would not float in liquid plutonium.

Ahh. Joke never ceases to entertain. First it was that frequency = wavelength, now a solid that is less dense that its liquid form will sink.

The difference in density of water at 4C and at 20C is approximately 0.2%. Yet this is sufficient to make the temperature at the bottom of the oceans 4C.

The bottom of the ocean is not ice.

Try it and see. Take a big chunk of solid plutonium and place it in a vat of liquid plutonium and watch it sink

Because ice is less dense than water. Physics 101. But if solid plutonium is less dense than its liquid form, as you claim, why would it sink? You don’t make any sense.

Displacement

Now think this through, Joe.  What amount of displacement is required for an object to float?

With icebergs just the tip generally shows. There is about a 10% difference between salt water and ice with respect to density.

So by overthinking the issue I get the chunk of solid plutonium suspended in liquid plutonium but not floating on top.

But seeing there is about a 2.5% difference between fresh and salt water I will be able to test that next time I make it to the beach.

You are aware we know how to calculate this?  I get this isn't something you’ve studied, but why do you assume no one else has?  Joe, this is high school physics, but it’s a good thing that you’re interested in it, so here’s a place to start.

I get it. I told you that I was overthinking it and provided the reason.

Now I will see if theory meets reality. That's all.

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(Permalink) Posted: April 15 2018,11:41   

Quote (k.e.. @ April 15 2018,09:23)
Joe dosn't need to go to school to see if fresh water is lighter than salt water when he can just go to the beach.

I said there is a difference between then two

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(Permalink) Posted: April 15 2018,11:45   

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And not all liquids are solvents.

So just because those compounds are less dense as a solid than as a liquid doesn't mean they are also solvents.

Oh, Joe.  Yes they are.  Every liquid is capable of dissolving some other things.  That’s all that’s required to be a solvent.

Density of solid vs. liquid isn’t the cause solvent properties.  At best it’s caused by the same root property.  

However, per your earlier question, 100% of solids that are less dense than their liquids float in their own liquid.  Relative density is what makes things float.

Wrong! Not all liquids are solvents.

And no, plutonium is only 2.5% more dense as a liquid meaning a big solid chunk of it would not float in liquid plutonium.

Ahh. Joke never ceases to entertain. First it was that frequency = wavelength, now a solid that is less dense that its liquid form will sink.

The difference in density of water at 4C and at 20C is approximately 0.2%. Yet this is sufficient to make the temperature at the bottom of the oceans 4C.

The bottom of the ocean is not ice.

Try it and see. Take a big chunk of solid plutonium and place it in a vat of liquid plutonium and watch it sink

Because ice is less dense than water. Physics 101. But if solid plutonium is less dense than its liquid form, as you claim, why would it sink? You don’t make any sense.

Displacement

Now think this through, Joe.  What amount of displacement is required for an object to float?

With icebergs just the tip generally shows. There is about a 10% difference between salt water and ice with respect to density.

So by overthinking the issue I get the chunk of solid plutonium suspended in liquid plutonium but not floating on top.

But seeing there is about a 2.5% difference between fresh and salt water I will be able to test that next time I make it to the beach.

You are aware we know how to calculate this?  I get this isn't something you’ve studied, but why do you assume no one else has?  Joe, this is high school physics, but it’s a good thing that you’re interested in it, so here’s a place to start.

Your link discusses submerged objects. Submerged means it is underwater. The buoyancy keeps it from sinking to the bottom.

That is what I described.

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(Permalink) Posted: April 15 2018,13:44   

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And not all liquids are solvents.

So just because those compounds are less dense as a solid than as a liquid doesn't mean they are also solvents.

Oh, Joe.  Yes they are.  Every liquid is capable of dissolving some other things.  That’s all that’s required to be a solvent.

Density of solid vs. liquid isn’t the cause solvent properties.  At best it’s caused by the same root property.  

However, per your earlier question, 100% of solids that are less dense than their liquids float in their own liquid.  Relative density is what makes things float.

Wrong! Not all liquids are solvents.

And no, plutonium is only 2.5% more dense as a liquid meaning a big solid chunk of it would not float in liquid plutonium.

Ahh. Joke never ceases to entertain. First it was that frequency = wavelength, now a solid that is less dense that its liquid form will sink.

The difference in density of water at 4C and at 20C is approximately 0.2%. Yet this is sufficient to make the temperature at the bottom of the oceans 4C.

The bottom of the ocean is not ice.

Try it and see. Take a big chunk of solid plutonium and place it in a vat of liquid plutonium and watch it sink

Because ice is less dense than water. Physics 101. But if solid plutonium is less dense than its liquid form, as you claim, why would it sink? You don’t make any sense.

Displacement

Now think this through, Joe.  What amount of displacement is required for an object to float?

With icebergs just the tip generally shows. There is about a 10% difference between salt water and ice with respect to density.

So by overthinking the issue I get the chunk of solid plutonium suspended in liquid plutonium but not floating on top.

But seeing there is about a 2.5% difference between fresh and salt water I will be able to test that next time I make it to the beach.

You are aware we know how to calculate this?  I get this isn't something you’ve studied, but why do you assume no one else has?  Joe, this is high school physics, but it’s a good thing that you’re interested in it, so here’s a place to start.

Your link discusses submerged objects. Submerged means it is underwater. The buoyancy keeps it from sinking to the bottom.

That is what I described.


  
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(Permalink) Posted: April 15 2018,13:49   

Quote (Acartia_Bogart @ April 15 2018,14:44)

Acartia, have you considered...Displacement?

:p

   
Joe G



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(Permalink) Posted: April 15 2018,13:56   

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And not all liquids are solvents.

So just because those compounds are less dense as a solid than as a liquid doesn't mean they are also solvents.

Oh, Joe.  Yes they are.  Every liquid is capable of dissolving some other things.  That’s all that’s required to be a solvent.

Density of solid vs. liquid isn’t the cause solvent properties.  At best it’s caused by the same root property.  

However, per your earlier question, 100% of solids that are less dense than their liquids float in their own liquid.  Relative density is what makes things float.

Wrong! Not all liquids are solvents.

And no, plutonium is only 2.5% more dense as a liquid meaning a big solid chunk of it would not float in liquid plutonium.

Ahh. Joke never ceases to entertain. First it was that frequency = wavelength, now a solid that is less dense that its liquid form will sink.

The difference in density of water at 4C and at 20C is approximately 0.2%. Yet this is sufficient to make the temperature at the bottom of the oceans 4C.

The bottom of the ocean is not ice.

Try it and see. Take a big chunk of solid plutonium and place it in a vat of liquid plutonium and watch it sink

Because ice is less dense than water. Physics 101. But if solid plutonium is less dense than its liquid form, as you claim, why would it sink? You don’t make any sense.

Displacement

Now think this through, Joe.  What amount of displacement is required for an object to float?

With icebergs just the tip generally shows. There is about a 10% difference between salt water and ice with respect to density.

So by overthinking the issue I get the chunk of solid plutonium suspended in liquid plutonium but not floating on top.

But seeing there is about a 2.5% difference between fresh and salt water I will be able to test that next time I make it to the beach.

You are aware we know how to calculate this?  I get this isn't something you’ve studied, but why do you assume no one else has?  Joe, this is high school physics, but it’s a good thing that you’re interested in it, so here’s a place to start.

Your link discusses submerged objects. Submerged means it is underwater. The buoyancy keeps it from sinking to the bottom.

That is what I described.


Only to the clueless.

There is a difference between floating on and being suspended in.

It isn't my fault that you are unable to follow along

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(Permalink) Posted: April 15 2018,13:57   

My original claim:

How many solids could float on their liquid form- in great big chunks?

Clearly blowTARD is just a moron attention whore

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(Permalink) Posted: April 15 2018,14:41   

Quote (Joe G @ April 15 2018,13:57)
My original claim:

How many solids could float on their liquid form- in great big chunks?

Clearly blowTARD is just a moron attention whore

Ronrey Irony

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(Permalink) Posted: April 15 2018,14:44   

Quote (Richardthughes @ April 15 2018,14:41)
Quote (Joe G @ April 15 2018,13:57)
My original claim:

How many solids could float on their liquid form- in great big chunks?

Clearly blowTARD is just a moron attention whore

Ronrey Irony

No one cares that you have a little pee-pee, dickie

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(Permalink) Posted: April 15 2018,15:25   

Quote (Joe G @ April 15 2018,13:56)
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And not all liquids are solvents.

So just because those compounds are less dense as a solid than as a liquid doesn't mean they are also solvents.

Oh, Joe.  Yes they are.  Every liquid is capable of dissolving some other things.  That’s all that’s required to be a solvent.

Density of solid vs. liquid isn’t the cause solvent properties.  At best it’s caused by the same root property.  

However, per your earlier question, 100% of solids that are less dense than their liquids float in their own liquid.  Relative density is what makes things float.

Wrong! Not all liquids are solvents.

And no, plutonium is only 2.5% more dense as a liquid meaning a big solid chunk of it would not float in liquid plutonium.

Ahh. Joke never ceases to entertain. First it was that frequency = wavelength, now a solid that is less dense that its liquid form will sink.

The difference in density of water at 4C and at 20C is approximately 0.2%. Yet this is sufficient to make the temperature at the bottom of the oceans 4C.

The bottom of the ocean is not ice.

Try it and see. Take a big chunk of solid plutonium and place it in a vat of liquid plutonium and watch it sink

Because ice is less dense than water. Physics 101. But if solid plutonium is less dense than its liquid form, as you claim, why would it sink? You don’t make any sense.

Displacement

Now think this through, Joe.  What amount of displacement is required for an object to float?

With icebergs just the tip generally shows. There is about a 10% difference between salt water and ice with respect to density.

So by overthinking the issue I get the chunk of solid plutonium suspended in liquid plutonium but not floating on top.

But seeing there is about a 2.5% difference between fresh and salt water I will be able to test that next time I make it to the beach.

You are aware we know how to calculate this?  I get this isn't something you’ve studied, but why do you assume no one else has?  Joe, this is high school physics, but it’s a good thing that you’re interested in it, so here’s a place to start.

Your link discusses submerged objects. Submerged means it is underwater. The buoyancy keeps it from sinking to the bottom.

That is what I described.


Only to the clueless.

There is a difference between floating on and being suspended in.

It isn't my fault that you are unable to follow along

Could you name some examples of things that float on a substance vs. those that are submerged in it?

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(Permalink) Posted: April 15 2018,15:36   

Quote (Texas Teach @ April 15 2018,15:25)
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Your link discusses submerged objects. Submerged means it is underwater. The buoyancy keeps it from sinking to the bottom.

That is what I described.


Quote
There is a difference between floating on and being suspended in.

It isn't my fault that you are unable to follow along

Could you name some examples of things that float on a substance vs. those that are submerged in it?

Density: Floating, Sinking, and Suspending

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(Permalink) Posted: April 15 2018,15:44   

Quote (stevestory @ April 15 2018,13:49)
Quote (Acartia_Bogart @ April 15 2018,14:44)

Acartia, have you considered...Displacement?

:p

Frequency = Wavelength/Displacement

  
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(Permalink) Posted: April 15 2018,15:45   

Quote (Acartia_Bogart @ April 15 2018,15:44)
Quote (stevestory @ April 15 2018,13:49)
Quote (Acartia_Bogart @ April 15 2018,14:44)

Acartia, have you considered...Displacement?

:p

Frequency = Wavelength/Displacement

evoTARD cowardly quote-mine displacement.

But then again what else would I expect from a doofus who thinks there is a molecular code that convert water into ice.

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(Permalink) Posted: April 15 2018,15:47   

Quote (Joe G @ April 15 2018,13:57)
My original claim:

How many solids could float on their liquid form- in great big chunks?

Clearly blowTARD is just a moron attention whore

Ice doesn’t even do this.

Any solid that is less dense than its liquid will float at the surface of the liquid with a portion of it extending above that surface. Physics 101.

  
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(Permalink) Posted: April 15 2018,15:55   

Quote (Joe G @ April 15 2018,15:36)
Quote (Texas Teach @ April 15 2018,15:25)
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Your link discusses submerged objects. Submerged means it is underwater. The buoyancy keeps it from sinking to the bottom.

That is what I described.


Quote
There is a difference between floating on and being suspended in.

It isn't my fault that you are unable to follow along

Could you name some examples of things that float on a substance vs. those that are submerged in it?

Density: Floating, Sinking, and Suspending

This is priceless. Joke links to a primary school lesson and gets the lesson wrong.

  
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(Permalink) Posted: April 15 2018,18:51   

Quote (Acartia_Bogart @ April 15 2018,15:47)
Quote (Joe G @ April 15 2018,13:57)
My original claim:

How many solids could float on their liquid form- in great big chunks?

Clearly blowTARD is just a moron attention whore

Ice doesn’t even do this.

Any solid that is less dense than its liquid will float at the surface of the liquid with a portion of it extending above that surface. Physics 101.

You have difficulty following along.

Grow up.

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(Permalink) Posted: April 15 2018,18:51   

Quote (Acartia_Bogart @ April 15 2018,15:55)
Quote (Joe G @ April 15 2018,15:36)
Quote (Texas Teach @ April 15 2018,15:25)
 
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Your link discusses submerged objects. Submerged means it is underwater. The buoyancy keeps it from sinking to the bottom.

That is what I described.


 
Quote
There is a difference between floating on and being suspended in.

It isn't my fault that you are unable to follow along

Could you name some examples of things that float on a substance vs. those that are submerged in it?

Density: Floating, Sinking, and Suspending

This is priceless. Joke links to a primary school lesson and gets the lesson wrong.

Just saying it doesn't make it so

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(Permalink) Posted: April 15 2018,19:28   

Quote (Joe G @ April 15 2018,18:51)
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Quote (Texas Teach @ April 15 2018,15:25)
 
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Your link discusses submerged objects. Submerged means it is underwater. The buoyancy keeps it from sinking to the bottom.

That is what I described.


 
Quote
There is a difference between floating on and being suspended in.

It isn't my fault that you are unable to follow along

Could you name some examples of things that float on a substance vs. those that are submerged in it?

Density: Floating, Sinking, and Suspending

This is priceless. Joke links to a primary school lesson and gets the lesson wrong.

Just saying it doesn't make it so

No it doesn’t. But I showed your elimentary school lesson, and your interpretation of it, to an elimentary school teacher. She said that you don’t know what the hell you are talking about. I then told her about your frequency = wavelength claim and her only response was that she is glad that you are not a teacher.

  
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(Permalink) Posted: April 15 2018,20:24   

Quote (Acartia_Bogart @ April 15 2018,23:44)
Quote (stevestory @ April 15 2018,13:49)
 
Quote (Acartia_Bogart @ April 15 2018,14:44)

Acartia, have you considered...Displacement?

:p

Frequency = Wavelength/Displacement

You're doing Joe Science (TM) wrong.

Displacement =gravity. As displacement decreases gravity increases.

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(Permalink) Posted: April 15 2018,20:49   

Gravity can be a heavy subject.

  
k.e..



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(Permalink) Posted: April 16 2018,00:51   

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Gravity can be a heavy subject.

Do they study gravity in elementary school? Maybe they took Joe to the beach to perform an experiment.

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(Permalink) Posted: April 16 2018,02:39   

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My original claim:

How many solids could float on their liquid form- in great big chunks?

Clearly blowTARD is just a moron attention whore

Ronrey Irony

No one cares that you have a little pee-pee, dickie

Scathing!

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Joe G



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(Permalink) Posted: April 16 2018,06:38   

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Your link discusses submerged objects. Submerged means it is underwater. The buoyancy keeps it from sinking to the bottom.

That is what I described.


   
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There is a difference between floating on and being suspended in.

It isn't my fault that you are unable to follow along

Could you name some examples of things that float on a substance vs. those that are submerged in it?

Density: Floating, Sinking, and Suspending

This is priceless. Joke links to a primary school lesson and gets the lesson wrong.

Just saying it doesn't make it so

No it doesn’t. But I showed your elimentary school lesson, and your interpretation of it, to an elimentary school teacher. She said that you don’t know what the hell you are talking about. I then told her about your frequency = wavelength claim and her only response was that she is glad that you are not a teacher.

OK so you are a pathetic liar.

I didn't need any more proof of that

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Joe G



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(Permalink) Posted: April 16 2018,06:40   

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Gravity can be a heavy subject.

Do they study gravity in elementary school? Maybe they took Joe to the beach to perform an experiment.

Your position cannot account for gravity.

Your position cannot account for water and all it has to account for anything is sheer dumb luck.

So tell me again how your position is scientific

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Chromosomes. are. all. connected. It is one long polymer. Called the DNA. - oleg t

simple English (hint: "equal" and "interchangeable" aren't synonyms)- JohnW

"Shit is a code and I like my fudge packed tight"  timmy horton

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k.e..



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(Permalink) Posted: April 16 2018,08:37   

Quote (Joe G @ April 16 2018,14:40)
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Quote (Henry J @ April 16 2018,04:49)
Gravity can be a heavy subject.

Do they study gravity in elementary school? Maybe they took Joe to the beach to perform an experiment.

Your position cannot account for gravity.

Your position cannot account for water and all it has to account for anything is sheer dumb luck.

So tell me again how your position is scientific

🎻

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Occam's Aftershave



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(Permalink) Posted: April 16 2018,09:13   

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Gravity can be a heavy subject.

Do they study gravity in elementary school? Maybe they took Joe to the beach to perform an experiment.

Your position cannot account for gravity.

Your position cannot account for water and all it has to account for anything is sheer dumb luck.

So tell me again how your position is scientific



Joke the ID-Creationist scientist.   :D

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Joe G



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(Permalink) Posted: April 16 2018,11:40   

Quote (k.e.. @ April 16 2018,08:37)
Quote (Joe G @ April 16 2018,14:40)
Quote (k.e.. @ April 16 2018,00:51)
 
Quote (Henry J @ April 16 2018,04:49)
Gravity can be a heavy subject.

Do they study gravity in elementary school? Maybe they took Joe to the beach to perform an experiment.

Your position cannot account for gravity.

Your position cannot account for water and all it has to account for anything is sheer dumb luck.

So tell me again how your position is scientific

🎻

OK so you admit that your position is not scientific.

That is a start

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Chromosomes. are. all. connected. It is one long polymer. Called the DNA. - oleg t

simple English (hint: "equal" and "interchangeable" aren't synonyms)- JohnW

"Shit is a code and I like my fudge packed tight"  timmy horton

timmy Horton says YEC is science and evolutionism is nonsense

   
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