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Celt

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1,217 posts

78 months

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Tuesday 9th October 2012 quote quote all
I've watched a few of these and always raises the temperature of my piss. But sweet Jesus these s are mental! Was not particularly aware of a creationism movement within the UK. But here they are.

TheHeretic

73,668 posts

141 months

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Celt said:
I've watched a few of these and always raises the temperature of my piss. But sweet Jesus these s are mental! Was not particularly aware of a creationism movement within the UK. But here they are.
Some are really quite mental.

Halb

23,493 posts

69 months

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Wednesday 10th October 2012 quote quote all
I watched it, lots of fun!

The good old response, 'god did it!' came out a lot.

One of the girls became far more aware though. The Irish fella Phil, was a right dikwad, talk about fundamental.

EDLT

14,716 posts

92 months

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Celt said:
But sweet Jesus these s are mental! Was not particularly aware of a creationism movement within the UK. But here they are.
You know there is a whole group of religious nutters in the House of Lords?

Jasandjules

51,380 posts

115 months

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Well it's all because scientists withhold the truth...... So they can do things... What things I was a bit unclear on, but there we go... There is little hope with people like that though.
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Willy Holloughby

252 posts

29 months

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Halb said:
I watched it, lots of fun!

The good old response, 'god did it!' came out a lot.

One of the girls became far more aware though. The Irish fella Phil, was a right dikwad, talk about fundamental.
Not sure Phil would be best pleased by you calling him Irish as he was a very staunch Loyalist if I recall, although dikwad is correct.

Typical though for religous nuts like these is every time they feel they're starting to lose an argument to reason they'll run away and claim you're bullying them because of their faith.

TheHeretic

73,668 posts

141 months

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Willy Holloughby said:
Typical though for religous nuts like these is every time they feel they're starting to lose an argument to reason they'll run away and claim you're bullying them because of their faith.
How true that is.

Halb

23,493 posts

69 months

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When the little Irish presenter told Britishbiggrin Phil, 'you exert an air of menace', I agreed. I felt the intimidation bristling off him on the screen, he could make people feel very uncomfortable.

Lost_BMW

12,955 posts

62 months

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Thursday 11th October 2012 quote quote all
Just part way through right now and at the point where the daft woman (one of the daft women) is trying to justify that all the animals in the world could be crammed into a boat because it was as long as a football pitch! Not just the animals that are barking.

Lost_BMW

12,955 posts

62 months

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Halb said:
When the little Irish presenter told Britishbiggrin Phil, 'you exert an air of menace', I agreed. I felt the intimidation bristling off him on the screen, he could make people feel very uncomfortable.
Funny that, same here - even on a TV screen the sort of feeling came across that this is the sort of dodgy barsteward who would be dangerous and you might need (or want!) to get away from before something happened. Creepy.

SystemParanoia

9,696 posts

84 months

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watched it the other day.. infuriating!!!

but when he cornered her about the "ark" i couldn't help thinking about the scene in firefly when River re-writes the bible and starts with some highly complex mathematics to find a solution to make it work with the animals lol biggrin

Halb

23,493 posts

69 months

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Lost_BMW said:
Funny that, same here - even on a TV screen the sort of feeling came across that this is the sort of dodgy barsteward who would be dangerous and you might need (or want!) to get away from before something happened. Creepy.
Yeah, made me nervy watching him, he'd play an ace bad guy in the next Bond or Stallone film!!biggrin

I'd love that, the next Bond bad guy some creationist nutter.biggrin

TwigtheWonderkid

12,412 posts

36 months

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When it comes to creationists, I adopt the old maxim "never argue with an idiot, they'll drag you down to their level and beat you with experience."

Science, login and reason will never win when pitched up against make believe, magic and supernatural claptrap.

Eg. Scientist: These fossils prove the world is billions of years old.
Creationist: They were put their by god when he made the world 6000 yrs ago, as a test of our faith.

You can never win the argument, so why bother. Just leave them to live their deluded fkwit lives.

London424

5,529 posts

61 months

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Was just talking about this in the office today...I only caught it halfway through and couldn't believe what I was hearing at times.

It makes you wonder about how these people actually operate in the everyday world.

Halb

23,493 posts

69 months

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Love the fact they were using laptops and that.
I wonder if he thought God created the laptop. And it wasn't centuries of accrued knowledge built up from the bronze age.biggrin

jas xjr

8,399 posts

125 months

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why was the scientist arguing about putting a whale on the ark ? it was a flood , not a big problem for a whale i would have thought ?

Liszt

4,168 posts

156 months

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TwigtheWonderkid said:
When it comes to creationists, I adopt the old maxim "never argue with an idiot, they'll drag you down to their level and beat you with experience."

Science, login and reason will never win when pitched up against make believe, magic and supernatural claptrap.

Eg. Scientist: These fossils prove the world is billions of years old.
Creationist: They were put their by god when he made the world 6000 yrs ago, as a test of our faith.

You can never win the argument, so why bother. Just leave them to live their deluded fkwit lives.
Whats MBU got to do with it? Was he there in the beginning?

TwigtheWonderkid

12,412 posts

36 months

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jas xjr said:
why was the scientist arguing about putting a whale on the ark ? it was a flood , not a big problem for a whale i would have thought ?
Was it a salt water flood or a fresh water flood. Either way, there must have been a lot of fish in the ark who couldn't survive in the flood water. Does the bible say aquatic life didn't hitch a ride on the ark, but just tagged along behind.

Why am I even debating this complete drivel?

Lost_BMW

12,955 posts

62 months

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Monday 15th October 2012 quote quote all
A new one on now - UFO hunter types. More nutters then?

Oh yes! Including one who has just dared tell a director of the SETI program that she saw a 45 foot long one in the middle of LA (and they have continued to visit her for years) and then worse still her comrade in lunacy claiming the scientist was hiding something as his eyes flickered when he heard the story!

And now... he has got to be taking the piss - a genuine, real 'tin foil hat' wearer?!

He even sounds like Gareth in The Office.

My cynicism gland is twitching.

Edited by Lost_BMW on Monday 15th October 21:20

Halb

23,493 posts

69 months

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A bit scary.
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