The world wasn't created 6,000 years ago and it didn't evolve either. It is the potentiality of infinite possibilities that always existed. Thus, it is created in each instant. Due to our habit energy it just looks like it evolves over time.
Wandering the information superhighway, he came upon the last refuge of civilization, PoFo, the only forum on the internet ...
Besoeker2 wrote:Do you know what this is?
It is a piece of fossilised wood I picked up when I was in the Sahara desert. What can we conclude from that? How long does fossilisation take?
Besoeker2 wrote:Calcification is an entirely different process to fossilisation.
And you miss the very obvious Sahara desert connection.
Hindsite wrote:You obviously missed the fact that the Sahara desert was flooded.
Besoeker2 wrote:Yes, 40 days and 40 nights of rain. That would have required almost 9,000 inches of rain every day.
Do you really think was possible?
Hindsite wrote:You evolution ... don't seem to understand that the mountains were not as high and the sea valleys were not as low as they are today. So all the water we have on earth today once covered the entire earth. Read the account as recorded before making such stupid statements.
Besoeker2 wrote:Fountains of the great deep?
That would require the laws of gravity to be suspended.
Not to mention what filled the huge cavities that would have been left.
Hindsite wrote:No it would not. Have you even studied any science? You certainly have not studied the Holy Bible.
Besoeker2 wrote:You call me an idiot. Coming from you, amuses rather than offends me.
Have I studied science?
Just a bit. I'm an electrical engineer. My first degree is a bachelor of engineering (electrical). The others were mathematics and business masters. But, OK, I am an idiot in your book.
Let's get back on topic. Evolution v creation.
Via your supernatural, all knowing, all powerful entity who made everything.
But, more than 99 percent of all species, amounting to over five billion species, that ever lived on Earth are estimated to have died out.
Did your god screw up big time if five billion of his species couldn't survive in the world he himself supposedly created?
Hindsite wrote:Not in my opinion, but you can believe as you wish, since you are and electrical engineer.
Besoeker2 wrote:My beliefs are based on evidence and common sense. Not on a book written by people who weren't around at the time of the events they claim to have taken place. Time frames that take no account of, for example, what palaeontology has revealed and you choose to ignore.
Where did Mr Diplodocus go?
Did your god make him and then discard him around 150 million years ago? An era that didn't exists according to your sources.
Hindsite wrote:You should not need my help, since you are an electrical engineer.
Besoeker2 wrote:So you can't explain why your supernatural entity created Mr Diplodocus and then made him extinct?
Besoeker2 wrote:I have a very simple explanation for this and other anomalies and impossibilities.
Besoeker2 wrote:So Edinburgh museum has the fossilised remains of a comic book character?
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