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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
"Church Humor" tag?
Supahfly
To be fair, the politician joke was solid.

charmlessman
It's a solid argument. I can't find anything wrong there.
Ersatz
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
All terrestrial vertebrates are descended from a clade of lobe-finned fish, so reptiles are descended from fish likes all other tetrapods.

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

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

StanleyPain
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
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
That was fucking stupid.
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