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Old 08-01-2008, 03:41 AM
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Nice to know, very intresting
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This will put a nail in the coffin of creation science
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This will put a nail in the coffin of creation science
Not nessicarily.
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Joking.
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Joking.
No worries, I am not into creationsim.
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This will put a nail in the coffin of creation science
No, it could add a new nail to the aproximatly twothousandsixhundredandfourtytwo other nails allready in place but systimatically ignored. So, there could be talking Dinosaurs running around on Mars, that constantly change their outward appearance by instantanious evolution - it wouldnt even make a creationist wonder a bit.
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Actually, Pope Benedict XVI said that it's okay for Catholics to believe in aliens.
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This will put a nail in the coffin of creation science
Why? I can think of one (in my opinion) mainstream religion (mine) which believes that when heaven and earth were created, many other planets with people on them were created at the same time.

I really think it is a major Earth centric belief to believe that in all the massiveness of the universe, we are the only planet with life.

And why can't a person believe in both creation and evolution?
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the whole Adam and Eve thing. They had kids and their kids had kids? Eeewwww!
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No, it could add a new nail to the aproximatly twothousandsixhundredandfourtytwo other nails allready in place but systimatically ignored. So, there could be talking Dinosaurs running around on Mars, that constantly change their outward appearance by instantanious evolution - it wouldnt even make a creationist wonder a bit.
Talking dinosaurs walking around on mars huh? and you thought creationisy were dumb
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