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Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 17 2007,23:31   

I couldn't possibly improve on this:

 
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"Maybe it's just me......but does anyone else have the ability to "sense" Satan in other people?

I meet and talk to alot of people in my business. And it doesn't happen too often -- maybe a couple times per year -- but every once in a while I'll come across someone who just gives me the willies -- an eery feeling -- like there's an evil darkness glaring at me from behind their eyes. And they set off an internal fear that just penetrates my soul -- it's a sensation that tells me to run away because the Devil is residing in them. It makes me very nervous.

And it may not be anything in particular that the person does or says to make me feel this....it's more of just an inner gut feeling. I can almost feel a growl or a groan coming out directed at me.

Of course...then again...I could be crazy."

supersport, CARM [Comments (45)] 2006-Sep-21


Okay, just one more. This is too easy to do:

 
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"Oh, trust me, I can debate this with facts......

How is death worshipped by the left? Well first of all they're obseessed with digging up dead bones. They're obsessed with digging up dead monkey bones, dead dinosaur bones etc.

Another form of entertainment is exhuming graves and cemetaries. They love this stuff. They love stealing jewlery off dead corpses.

They're also obsessed with digging through skulls and analyzing corpses with picks and chisels.

They also love dead animals and theories that give glory to a dead, demoralizing past.

Genesis is also habitually scoffed at -- the beautiful story of life -- and they try to wiggle their way out of existence by insisting that we're all random accidents. In their mind they need to play like life didn't actually have a true beginning.

But of course it doesn't stop with the science.....

Have you noticed that the hollywood left is obsessd with making movies and documentarys about slaughter?...and how they have a morbid fascination of suffering? How they make so many movies about bloody war? And people dying? And AIDS? Have you noticed how they turn a blind eye to corrupt leaders who execute their own citizens?

Of course abortion (death to infants) is the sacrament of feminism and liberalism.

And the left is also obsessed with sticking up for people who murder people. -- they want THESE people to live, ironically. No death chamber for killers.

And have you noticed how they'd love to make suicide (death to self) legal?

Have you noticed how the notion of Jesus DEFEATING death makes them ill?"

supersport, IIDB [Comments (45)] 2006-Aug-07


Dave Scot wishes he was this funny.

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Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 17 2007,23:32   

Quote (supersport @ Sep. 17 2007,23:29)
Quote (Arden Chatfield @ Sep. 17 2007,23:26)
Supersport does support SOME programs to help poor people:

 
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"In my opinion, if an animal in the wild like a swan is caught being gay it should be shot on sight, disinfected, and used to feed the poor."

supersport, carm [Comments (56)] 2006-Nov-21

yes, that is one of my personal favorites as well.....just trying to help out!

"Hey mom, what's for dinner?"

(Looks in oven)

"Awww, not gay swan again!"

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k.e



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 17 2007,23:33   

Quote (supersport @ Sep. 18 2007,07:07)
 
Quote (stevestory @ Sep. 17 2007,22:59)
Are you offering any prize money? What do we win?

I once offered a forum a quarter for any such correct answer, but I've decided to take that off the table.  Sorry.

You can't afford a quarter?



How about some food stamps?

Surely you would pay a dime

 
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......to see a little evidence that the mechanism can do as advertised.


If it's free it aint worth paying for, isn't that right Cletus?

Still.... I'll offer you a quarter for proof god exists.

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The conservative has but little to fear from the man whose reason is the servant of his passions, but let him beware of him in whom reason has become the greatest and most terrible of the passions.These are the wreckers of outworn empires and civilisations, doubters, disintegrators, deicides.Haldane

   
supersport



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 17 2007,23:37   

I like this one too....

"I don't defend what happened to the Indians...then again I don't think anyone knows the full story. If the indians didn't want to get shot they should have got the heck out of there and migrated northward or westward....or maybe head down to Mexco and set their teepees up there. (that's what I would have done.)"

[I]

  
J. O'Donnell



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 17 2007,23:37   

Quote (supersport @ Sep. 17 2007,23:22)
just for fun, why don't you name me a disease that's been cured in the last 30 years with medicine.  Please keep in mind the trillions of dollars going into the pockets of Big Medicine.....

Wait, you mean like smallpox?

Is this supposed to be a trick question.

[Smallpox was wiped out in 1977 incidentally]

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stevestory



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 17 2007,23:38   

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It is a gay man's disease. The only way a regular person can catch it is if he/she sleeps with a homo.

Supersport, Christian Forums [Comments (39)] 2006-Nov-05



And to think of all the money I wasted for condoms at that brothel in Thailand!

   
Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 17 2007,23:40   

Quote (supersport @ Sep. 17 2007,23:37)
I like this one too....

"I don't defend what happened to the Indians...then again I don't think anyone knows the full story. If the indians didn't want to get shot they should have got the heck out of there and migrated northward or westward....or maybe head down to Mexco and set their teepees up there. (that's what I would have done.)"

[I]

Oh, I remember that one! That one is pretty good, I have to admit. Tho if push came to shove, the gay swan one might still get the nod.

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Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 17 2007,23:40   

Quote (J. O'Donnell @ Sep. 17 2007,23:37)
Quote (supersport @ Sep. 17 2007,23:22)
just for fun, why don't you name me a disease that's been cured in the last 30 years with medicine.  Please keep in mind the trillions of dollars going into the pockets of Big Medicine.....

Wait, you mean like smallpox?

Is this supposed to be a trick question.

[Smallpox was wiped out in 1977 incidentally]

I think that "thirty years" is in there specifically to exclude smallpox and polio.

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Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 17 2007,23:41   

Quote (stevestory @ Sep. 17 2007,23:38)
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It is a gay man's disease. The only way a regular person can catch it is if he/she sleeps with a homo.

Supersport, Christian Forums [Comments (39)] 2006-Nov-05



And to think of all the money I wasted for condoms at that brothel in Thailand!

If you went to a Thai brothel, would that mean you were no longer a 'regular person'?

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"Rich is just mad because he thought all titties had fur on them until last week when a shorn transvestite ruined his childhood dreams by jumping out of a spider man cake and man boobing him in the face lips." - Erasmus

  
J. O'Donnell



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 17 2007,23:43   

Quote (Arden Chatfield @ Sep. 17 2007,23:40)
Quote (J. O'Donnell @ Sep. 17 2007,23:37)
 
Quote (supersport @ Sep. 17 2007,23:22)
just for fun, why don't you name me a disease that's been cured in the last 30 years with medicine.  Please keep in mind the trillions of dollars going into the pockets of Big Medicine.....

Wait, you mean like smallpox?

Is this supposed to be a trick question.

[Smallpox was wiped out in 1977 incidentally]

I think that "thirty years" is in there specifically to exclude smallpox and polio.

2007-1977 = 30 years. So it answers the question :p

He probably failed to do his math correctly while setting up his strawman. He should have said within the past 29 years, then he'd be safe.

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supersport



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 17 2007,23:45   

Quote (Arden Chatfield @ Sep. 17 2007,23:40)
Quote (J. O'Donnell @ Sep. 17 2007,23:37)
 
Quote (supersport @ Sep. 17 2007,23:22)
just for fun, why don't you name me a disease that's been cured in the last 30 years with medicine.  Please keep in mind the trillions of dollars going into the pockets of Big Medicine.....

Wait, you mean like smallpox?

Is this supposed to be a trick question.

[Smallpox was wiped out in 1977 incidentally]

I think that "thirty years" is in there specifically to exclude smallpox and polio.

Well actually, the past 30 years have seen the biggest rise in degnerative diseases -- heart disease, cancer, MS, diabetes, alzheimer's, etc etc......none of which have cures and all of which are killing more and more and more people despite the trillions of dollars being pumped towards Big Medicine.

I acknowledge that some diseases have been controlled or even cured, but nothing new lately...at least nothing that's doing all the killing.

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 17 2007,23:45   

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And the weird thing is, I’m not at all convinced that Satan actually believes in the sorry theory he so eagerly promotes. He doesn’t necessarily believe in random mutations – he doesn’t have any real faith in Natural Selection – and he doesn’t truly believe in adaptive radiation. (When’s the last time Satan made a post on here PROMOTING the validity of these things?)
supersport, CARM [Comments (39)] 2006-Sep-21

   
Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 17 2007,23:46   

Quote (J. O'Donnell @ Sep. 17 2007,23:43)
Quote (Arden Chatfield @ Sep. 17 2007,23:40)
 
Quote (J. O'Donnell @ Sep. 17 2007,23:37)
   
Quote (supersport @ Sep. 17 2007,23:22)
just for fun, why don't you name me a disease that's been cured in the last 30 years with medicine.  Please keep in mind the trillions of dollars going into the pockets of Big Medicine.....

Wait, you mean like smallpox?

Is this supposed to be a trick question.

[Smallpox was wiped out in 1977 incidentally]

I think that "thirty years" is in there specifically to exclude smallpox and polio.

2007-1977 = 30 years. So it answers the question :p

He probably failed to do his math correctly while setting up his strawman. He should have said within the past 29 years, then he'd be safe.

This appears to be an earlier model of the same challenge:

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"first of all medicine, like evolutionary science is mostly political. There are very few medicines, if any, that cure anything. Any cures that happen do so because of the body's own ability to repair itself. Care to name me a disease in the past 40 years that's been cured on a widescale basis by medicine?"

supersport , CARM [Comments (52)] 2007-Jul-21


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Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 17 2007,23:48   

Quote (stevestory @ Sep. 17 2007,23:45)
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And the weird thing is, I’m not at all convinced that Satan actually believes in the sorry theory he so eagerly promotes. He doesn’t necessarily believe in random mutations – he doesn’t have any real faith in Natural Selection – and he doesn’t truly believe in adaptive radiation. (When’s the last time Satan made a post on here PROMOTING the validity of these things?)
supersport, CARM [Comments (39)] 2006-Sep-21

Are you saying that deep down... Satan is a creationist???

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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 17 2007,23:50   

Quote (supersport @ Sep. 17 2007,23:45)
Quote (Arden Chatfield @ Sep. 17 2007,23:40)
Quote (J. O'Donnell @ Sep. 17 2007,23:37)
 
Quote (supersport @ Sep. 17 2007,23:22)
just for fun, why don't you name me a disease that's been cured in the last 30 years with medicine.  Please keep in mind the trillions of dollars going into the pockets of Big Medicine.....

Wait, you mean like smallpox?

Is this supposed to be a trick question.

[Smallpox was wiped out in 1977 incidentally]

I think that "thirty years" is in there specifically to exclude smallpox and polio.

Well actually, the past 30 years have seen the biggest rise in degnerative diseases [/quote]

This is also because populations world wide are aging (because, you know, medicine allows people to live significantly longer than they have before), standards of living are going up while unfortunately activities like proper diet and excercise are being compromised by a more "24" hour world than what things used to be (IE less home cooking, higher rates of obesity). "Curing" something like heart disease is difficult given that these are often conditions caused by aging cells and finding a way to reverse years of damage called by excessive drinking, lack of excercise, poor diet and such is truly ridiculous.

Of course, what you won't acknowledge probably is that treatments for such conditions have got considerably better over the years, which has greatly amended suffering and often the severity of these conditions (but curing is probably not exactly within the realms of possibility).

Really, if you're going to set up a strawman can you at least make an argument that makes sense to go with it first.

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supersport



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 17 2007,23:51   

This about sums it up:

"Neo-darwinism is truly a National disgrace. I do not say this as a cheap attempt at an insult. I say it with all honesty. Satan -- with the help of his little red-headed, mental-terrorist step-child (Charles Darwin) -- has turned this great nation upside-down. A small percentage of atheistic intelligence bandits have somehow managed to manipulate their way into the hearts and minds of the general population.

And this has been done though large-scale, mind-numbing, brainwashing techniques that have convinced a large portion ofAmerica that dumb creatures have evolved into intelligent ones. They have succeeded in convincing many that a tricycle can evolve into the space shuttle through blind and purposeless mutations guided by the mere notion that animals actually breed and have offspring. They have dumbed-down
society to the point where many people actually believe this stuff....people actually believe that the only differences between sweaty, bug-picking monkeys and humans are short arms and opposable thumbs. They think the difference between a hippo and a dolphin is just a series of random mutations that reshape the body. Little gets mentioned about how and where a dolphin's sonar came from."

  
Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 17 2007,23:53   

Okay, none of you will top this one:

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"And here’s the magic of life as I see it: Since life is a verb, I find it interesting that faith is also a verb."

supersport, CARM.org [Comments (45)] 2006-Dec-27


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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 17 2007,23:53   

Quote (J. O'Donnell @ Sep. 17 2007,23:50)
Quote (supersport @ Sep. 17 2007,23:45)
Quote (Arden Chatfield @ Sep. 17 2007,23:40)
 
Quote (J. O'Donnell @ Sep. 17 2007,23:37)
 
Quote (supersport @ Sep. 17 2007,23:22)
just for fun, why don't you name me a disease that's been cured in the last 30 years with medicine.  Please keep in mind the trillions of dollars going into the pockets of Big Medicine.....

Wait, you mean like smallpox?

Is this supposed to be a trick question.

[Smallpox was wiped out in 1977 incidentally]

I think that "thirty years" is in there specifically to exclude smallpox and polio.

Well actually, the past 30 years have seen the biggest rise in degnerative diseases
[/quote]
This is also because populations world wide are aging (because, you know, medicine allows people to live significantly longer than they have before), standards of living are going up while unfortunately activities like proper diet and excercise are being compromised by a more "24" hour world than what things used to be (IE less home cooking, higher rates of obesity). "Curing" something like heart disease is difficult given that these are often conditions caused by aging cells and finding a way to reverse years of damage called by excessive drinking, lack of excercise, poor diet and such is truly ridiculous.

Of course, what you won't acknowledge probably is that treatments for such conditions have got considerably better over the years, which has greatly amended suffering and often the severity of these conditions (but curing is probably not exactly within the realms of possibility).

Really, if you're going to set up a strawman can you at least make an argument that makes sense to go with it first.

actually, if you want to look at reality honestly, you must admit that people are getting these degenerative diseases (such as heart disease, cancer, etc) at younger and younger ages......it's getting worse, not better.

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 17 2007,23:53   

Quote (Arden Chatfield @ Sep. 17 2007,23:53)
Okay, none of you will top this one:

 
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"And here’s the magic of life as I see it: Since life is a verb, I find it interesting that faith is also a verb."

supersport, CARM.org [Comments (45)] 2006-Dec-27

want me to show you where Lynn Margulis says the same thing?

  
Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 17 2007,23:55   

Quote (supersport @ Sep. 17 2007,23:53)
Quote (Arden Chatfield @ Sep. 17 2007,23:53)
Okay, none of you will top this one:

 
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"And here’s the magic of life as I see it: Since life is a verb, I find it interesting that faith is also a verb."

supersport, CARM.org [Comments (45)] 2006-Dec-27

want me to show you where Lynn Margulis says the same thing?

How can I possibly refuse such an offer?

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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 17 2007,23:56   

Lynn Margulis:

“'What is life?' is a linguistic trap. To answer according to the rules of grammar, we must supply a noun, a thing. But life on Earth is more like a verb. It is a material process, surfing over matter like a slow wave. It is a controlled artistic chaos, a set of chemical reactions so staggeringly complex that more than 4 billion years ago it began a sojourn that now, in human form, composes love letters and uses silicon computers to calculate the temperature of matter at the birth of the universe.”

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 17 2007,23:57   

Quote (supersport @ Sep. 17 2007,23:53)
Quote (J. O'Donnell @ Sep. 17 2007,23:50)
Quote (supersport @ Sep. 17 2007,23:45)
 
Quote (Arden Chatfield @ Sep. 17 2007,23:40)
 
Quote (J. O'Donnell @ Sep. 17 2007,23:37)
   
Quote (supersport @ Sep. 17 2007,23:22)
just for fun, why don't you name me a disease that's been cured in the last 30 years with medicine.  Please keep in mind the trillions of dollars going into the pockets of Big Medicine.....

Wait, you mean like smallpox?

Is this supposed to be a trick question.

[Smallpox was wiped out in 1977 incidentally]

I think that "thirty years" is in there specifically to exclude smallpox and polio.

Well actually, the past 30 years have seen the biggest rise in degnerative diseases

This is also because populations world wide are aging (because, you know, medicine allows people to live significantly longer than they have before), standards of living are going up while unfortunately activities like proper diet and excercise are being compromised by a more "24" hour world than what things used to be (IE less home cooking, higher rates of obesity). "Curing" something like heart disease is difficult given that these are often conditions caused by aging cells and finding a way to reverse years of damage called by excessive drinking, lack of excercise, poor diet and such is truly ridiculous.

Of course, what you won't acknowledge probably is that treatments for such conditions have got considerably better over the years, which has greatly amended suffering and often the severity of these conditions (but curing is probably not exactly within the realms of possibility).

Really, if you're going to set up a strawman can you at least make an argument that makes sense to go with it first.[/quote]
actually, if you want to look at reality honestly, you must admit that people are getting these degenerative diseases (such as heart disease, cancer, etc) at younger and younger ages......it's getting worse, not better.

Only if you completely ignore everything else I actually wrote there and that, in general, the majority of those who get conditions like cancer and heart disease are part of the aging population.

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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 17 2007,23:58   

Quote (supersport @ Sep. 18 2007,00:51)
A small percentage of atheistic intelligence bandits

I still prefer Church-Burning Ebola Boys.

   
supersport



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 17 2007,23:59   

Quote (stevestory @ Sep. 17 2007,23:58)
Quote (supersport @ Sep. 18 2007,00:51)
A small percentage of atheistic intelligence bandits

I still prefer Church-Burning Ebola Boys.

I didn't say that one..

  
Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 17 2007,23:59   

Quote (supersport @ Sep. 17 2007,23:56)
Lynn Margulis:

“'What is life?' is a linguistic trap. To answer according to the rules of grammar, we must supply a noun, a thing. But life on Earth is more like a verb. It is a material process, surfing over matter like a slow wave. It is a controlled artistic chaos, a set of chemical reactions so staggeringly complex that more than 4 billion years ago it began a sojourn that now, in human form, composes love letters and uses silicon computers to calculate the temperature of matter at the birth of the universe.”

Well, she's not really saying that 'life' is a verb. And she doesn't even mention 'faith'.

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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 18 2007,00:00   

Quote (supersport @ Sep. 17 2007,23:59)
Quote (stevestory @ Sep. 17 2007,23:58)
Quote (supersport @ Sep. 18 2007,00:51)
A small percentage of atheistic intelligence bandits

I still prefer Church-Burning Ebola Boys.

I didn't say that one..

Dave Scot said it. He raises the bar for all of us.

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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 18 2007,00:00   

Quote (Arden Chatfield @ Sep. 17 2007,23:59)
Quote (supersport @ Sep. 17 2007,23:56)
Lynn Margulis:

“'What is life?' is a linguistic trap. To answer according to the rules of grammar, we must supply a noun, a thing. But life on Earth is more like a verb. It is a material process, surfing over matter like a slow wave. It is a controlled artistic chaos, a set of chemical reactions so staggeringly complex that more than 4 billion years ago it began a sojourn that now, in human form, composes love letters and uses silicon computers to calculate the temperature of matter at the birth of the universe.”

Well, she's not really saying that 'life' is a verb. And she doesn't even mention 'faith'.

I was not claiming "life" was literally a verb...I was using the term figuratively....as was she.

  
supersport



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 18 2007,00:04   

so I haven't looked around here much...are there any/many anti-darwinists here?

  
Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 18 2007,00:04   

Quote (supersport @ Sep. 18 2007,00:00)
Quote (Arden Chatfield @ Sep. 17 2007,23:59)
 
Quote (supersport @ Sep. 17 2007,23:56)
Lynn Margulis:

“'What is life?' is a linguistic trap. To answer according to the rules of grammar, we must supply a noun, a thing. But life on Earth is more like a verb. It is a material process, surfing over matter like a slow wave. It is a controlled artistic chaos, a set of chemical reactions so staggeringly complex that more than 4 billion years ago it began a sojourn that now, in human form, composes love letters and uses silicon computers to calculate the temperature of matter at the birth of the universe.”

Well, she's not really saying that 'life' is a verb. And she doesn't even mention 'faith'.

I was not claiming "life" was literally a verb...I was using the term figuratively....as was she.

I would say that 'life' and 'faith' are in fact both prepositions.

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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 18 2007,00:06   

Quote (supersport @ Sep. 18 2007,00:04)
so I haven't looked around here much...are there any/many anti-darwinists here?

At present Dave "AF Dave" Hawkins is the only one.

For most of a year we had a creationist housewife from Kansas named FTK, but she got banned. We kind of freaked her out.

EDIT: Oh shit, how can I forget VMartin!  He's some kind of weird creationist or something from Eastern Europe. But it's hard to tell where his allegiances really are, between his evasiveness and his bad English. Currently he's only checking in about 2-3 times a week.

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