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Desc:Creation 'scientists' mock the theory of EVILution for two minutes, poorly.
Category:Religious, Science & Technology
Tags:Evolution, creationists, creation science
Submitted:codehappy
Date:02/09/11
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Comment count is 12
Urburos - 2011-02-09
"Church Humor" tag?
Supahfly - 2011-02-09
To be fair, the politician joke was solid.

charmlessman - 2011-02-09
It's a solid argument. I can't find anything wrong there.
Ersatz - 2011-02-09
Well, saying that self-assembling / -replicating molecules just suddenly "sparked into life" is a bit misleading. It's a continuum of increasing complexity, where we recognize prions as not alive, cells as alive, and viruses somewhere in between.
More accurately, self-replicating proteins began aggregating into more and more complex assemblies until we had a living cell.

Also, reptiles I don't believe descended from fish, I think they are parallel branches, but I could be wrong.

pressed peanut sweepings - 2011-02-09
All terrestrial vertebrates are descended from a clade of lobe-finned fish, so reptiles are descended from fish likes all other tetrapods.

jangbones - 2011-02-09
somebody let grandpa near the computer again
chumbucket - 2011-02-09
READING!!
fluffy - 2011-02-09
Yep, that's a completely accurate description of abiogenesis.

Extra stars for "boobzilla."
StanleyPain - 2011-02-09
MORE LIEK AB-GAYO--GAYNESES-GAY, AMIRITE?

StanleyPain - 2011-02-09
I'm still always blown away at how Creationists can literally ridicule that evolution says the "universe came from nothing" (which it doesn't) when that's PRECISELY THE SHIT THEY ACTUALLY BELIEVE!


Mother_Puncher - 2011-02-09
Nope. Tide goes in, tide goes out. Never a miscommunication. Can't explain it in a way that makes sense to someone who attended a Christian academy? Then God did it. Unless "God" is just code for "law" meaning the laws of physics that thrust the universe into motion. Christians like the idea of a sky wizard though

pressed peanut sweepings - 2011-02-09
That was fucking stupid.
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