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Since they won't answer, I'll take that question...other blacks! That's right, Libs, when one tribe conquered another in Africa, they sold any survivors into slavery! Ding, ding, ding...we have a winner!
Ok, so let me get this straight...we are told that the economy is going great and we're adding more jobs every day...but we need to extend the number of weeks that people can draw their unemployment checks beyond the current 99 weeks (that's more than 22 months...or almost two years...for those of you who are calendar challenged). So, which is it? Is the economy going great and we're adding new jobs or is it difficult for folks to find work? The answer is...none of the above. People quit looking because they're getting a handout. Unemployment was supposed to be a bridge to help folks who were between jobs but still actively seeking employment. Now it's just another entitlement program to keep people dependent on Big Brother.
And still, completely oblivious to the facts, libs will tell us that keeping guns out of the hands of law abiding citizens will reduce gun violence. Morons.
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Obama's Afghanistan Mess

HomeschoolEducator Wrote: Jan 03, 2014 10:38 PM
Sounds like President Karzai took some pandering lessons from our president.
It depends on what type of "evolution" you are talking about, Hammer. If you are talking about the adaptations within a kind (i.e. beak size of birds, skin tones of humans), then that type of "evolution" - more commonly called micro-evolution or adaptation - is completely in line with the belief in a Creator God. If you're talking about the change from one kind - or species - into another (i.e. bacteria becoming amoeba becoming fish becoming amphibians becoming reptiles becoming birds becoming mammals) - more commonly called macro-evolution - then you have certainly not believed in the God of the Bible. What you have done, in fact, is set up Man as the master being, Nature as god, and Science as your holy text.
"The RNA World scenario is bad as a scientific hypothesis: it is hardly falsifiable and is extremely difficult to verify due to a great number of holes in the most important parts. To wit, no one has achieved bona fide self-replication of RNA which is the cornerstone of the RNA World. " - Eugene V. Koonin. Senior Investigator National Center for Biotechnology Information
And here is the rebuttal within the scientific world. Just because Wired published an article, that doesn't make it a scientific discovery.
Yes, but clonginus we only have will to pick on...and it doesn't seem to be willing to answer.
Hey, will...this comes from an atheist, Darwinian scientist: With respect to the origin of life, a leading researcher in this field, Leslie Orgel, after noting that neither proteins nor nucleic acids could have arisen without the other, concludes: And so, at first glance, one might have to conclude that life could never, in fact, have originated by chemical means. Please explain the scientific relevance of your previously posited fallacy.
So, then, based on your statement, there is no macro evolution...only micro evolution...which is exactly what I said below.
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