Okay... prove it.
6/20/2007 5:14:41 PM
Rocky and Bullwinkle could have flown out of god's ass as well. And I bet I could find some biblical scripture to support that.
6/20/2007 5:26:55 PM
"without resorting to ad hoc theories void of scriptural support."
as opposed to ad hoc theories without factual support?
6/20/2007 5:37:58 PM
without resorting to ad hoc theories void of scriptural support."
As opposed to ad hoc theories void of factual support?
6/20/2007 5:38:54 PM
The Flying Spaghetti Monster
And I could have porked your mother.
6/20/2007 5:40:51 PM
Do you even know what 'ad hoc' means?
Ad hoc theories do not become what you might call 'scientific canon' unless the theorist is very lucky and the experimental data confirm the theory.
I thought fundies were more interested in post hoc theories, anyway.
6/20/2007 8:32:16 PM
(Donated from me)
6/20/2007 9:17:00 PM
This has got to be POE, it's just got to be.
6/20/2007 9:24:17 PM
could have been a noodly appendage too,
but these things tend to get sheared off by occam's razor
6/21/2007 8:34:31 AM
Ad hoc? AD HOC?
6/21/2007 8:50:06 AM
Occam's Razor disagrees.
6/21/2007 10:29:21 AM
nuclear decay has absolutely nothing to do with tectonics.
6/21/2007 11:02:41 AM
Highly polished mirror award!
6/21/2007 12:11:27 PM
12/31/2012 12:15:19 PM
If what you say is true, then the Earth would have melted, the water would have vaporized, and eventually, Noah's ark would come to rest on the red-hot liquid "ground". He would have died either because of:
1. Burning to death in the heat, which would have probably been high enough to spontaneously ignite the ark
2. Exposure to massive amounts of radiation would have killed Noah and his family (water doesn't block gamma rays!)
3. Excessive heat may have been enough to decompose the water into hydrogen. This hydrogen would have risen above the water, cooled, and then ignited, resulting in a massive explosion engulfing the planet. Think of Fukushima on steroids. The hydrogen explosion there destroyed a building designed to contain the very same type of explosion; so how would a flimsy wooden boat withstand this? Especially when you consider that there would need to be trillions of tons of water in order to cover the earth. More water = more hydrogen = a bigger explosion.
12/31/2012 12:52:30 PM