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Yama the Space Fish
Humans didn't evolve from dinosaurs, they evolved from therapsids and pelycosaurs. You know, dimetrodons, those things people think are dinosaurs but aren't?
7/27/2010 9:12:25 AM
Actually, I've seen a documentary that mentions the thought experiment (which is not the same thing as a theory, but since most fundies don't know what a theory is anyway, I'm sure the distinction is lost) positing the Troodon Sapien, a "what would it be like if a dinosaur species had evolved into a humanoid form". You can google the term and find information about it and some interesting mock-ups.
7/27/2010 9:24:41 AM
Sigh. Welcome to the future of America, where the dumbasses have taught their poor children to be even dumber than they are.
7/27/2010 9:36:30 AM
Did anyone read that last paragraph's beginning sentence as "I teach him what makes sense. NOT!"
7/27/2010 9:39:03 AM
What is a kajillion?
I see a six-year old being groomed for that most exciting of careers, one of the burger-flippers who serve me in McDs!
His proncees is more like hisgobshite.
7/27/2010 9:39:17 AM
You had me at "homeschooled".
(as in, that's when I knew you'd likely be an idiot)
7/27/2010 9:41:36 AM
Interesting. What makes the most sense to me is that everything that's a part of the natural world has a natural origin, with no supernatural presence or force.
The moment you ascribe any supernatural powers or abilities to god, you're making him supernatural. So, with that in mind, please prove to me that god exists. And to use your bible for anything other than a definition doesn't count.
7/27/2010 9:41:41 AM
It's good to teach kids to question everything they are told-- but that includes god. However, if you think evolution and the age of the Earth are bullshit, then you clearly aren't paying attention to any of the details and facts as to why scientists hold these widely accepted theories.
7/27/2010 9:42:13 AM
I also teach my kids to question what they are taught - as long as it's not I or my pastor teaching it.
7/27/2010 9:45:32 AM
When she mentions the "reptiles turning in to humanoid creatures" thing she is referring to a part of one of those Walking with Dinosaurs-related documentaries in which they hypothesized that the Troodon (sp?) could have evolved in to an upright walking creature with a more human figure had dinosaurs not gone extinct.
7/27/2010 9:45:54 AM
I read about the afterlife
I can forgive the six year old son because his mental capacities haven't kicked in full gear yet. You, however, are an idiot and he's just parroting what you told him to make you happy.
Can you please teach your son to question what you're telling him?
7/27/2010 9:52:09 AM
Allegory for Jesus
"99% of science seems to be atheistic."
....does this mean that we can tell the people who say that "there are [many/great] Christian scientists!" to shut their gob because the vast majority of science is atheistic therefore no TRUE Christian would dirty their hands with it? Just need to know for future reference. Thanks.
7/27/2010 9:52:22 AM
You're an idiot and raising your son to be an idiot. Congrats, you're the biggest loser.
7/27/2010 9:52:39 AM
One day our descendents will watch the future-equivalent of videos about the exotic times when great herds of creationists thundered across the American landscape, but were doomed by their tiny brains and refusal to deal with reality.
7/27/2010 9:55:08 AM
Wow, out of the mouth of babes. Sweetie, you can't be teaching him much if you only teach him what makes sense to you.
For fucks sake, parading your 6 year old son's inane musings on the meaning of it all as proof of the validity of your extremely ill-informed opinions means you have no backbone. Or brain. You're a sponge, aren't you? A sponge that has mysteriously learned to speak. Oh woe is all!
7/27/2010 9:56:44 AM
Science actually has nothing to do with whether there is a god or isn't. Science is about observation and demonstrable evidence of our universe. Science cannot see a god, or find any real evidence of a god so it can't weigh in one way or the other. The only way in which they're remotely connected is that science shows that your Sumerian bed time stories about how the world came to be are just that: children's stories.
Good old evangelists, raising social cripples one home schooled child at a time.
7/27/2010 9:57:45 AM
Your poor poor son. You know, part of me actually hopes he stays a fundie retard for the rest of his life. You obviously love him, and it upsets me to think that he might one day find out the truth about all the stupid lies you've been indoctrinating him with since birth. Sadly, he's probably going to hate you for all the harm you have done him. You've basically robbed him of he right to make his own choices about what he does and does not believe in.
I know you don't intend harm, and you believe you are right, but sadly you are quite simply a bad parent, and a bad human being. I hope, for both your sakes, that he can one day forgive you.
7/27/2010 10:15:03 AM
I read about the afterlife
7/27/2010 10:19:52 AM
He's just parroting you to get your approval, you dumb, dumb, dumb ass. You're turning your children into idiots and making smart homeschoolers look bad. I hope they realize that when they move out.
7/27/2010 10:27:34 AM
"It's really not fun at all having a bunch of junior scientists in the house when 99% of science seems to be atheistic."
I'm going to need a citation on the remaining 1%, unless, of course, it's in psychology...
7/27/2010 10:28:29 AM
The main reason god is not allowed in science:
scientist: I wonder why x happens.
stupid retard religious person: Goddidit.
scientist: OOOOOH MAGIC DID IT! LET'S NOT THINK ABOUT IT AT ALL!!! WE CAN JUST ASSUME IT'S BEYOND OUR COMPREHENSION AND SAY MAGIC DID IT!!! THAT'S IT, CASE CLOSED, NO FURTHER RESEARCH NEEDED. ANY BENEFITS EARNED FROM UNDERSTANDING THIS THING HAVE BEEN AVOIDED BECAUSE IT WAS POOFED INTO EXISTENCE THROUGH MAGIC!!! YAY MAGIC!!!
7/27/2010 10:28:39 AM
I'm so sick of these fundies giving home-schooling a bad name! I home-schooled myself my senior year of high school through a non religious one and ended up graduating months before my friends did, and started college the spring semester of that year.
7/27/2010 10:30:41 AM
Oh Lord, I applaud you! You and I are sooo much alike, basking in the glory of God! My little girl Bailey is definitely a breath of homeschooled freshness. Recently, at the age of 14, she has given us another beautiful grandchild! It's her third, and we couldn't be more proud of her for allowing the Lord's seed to live in her womb! Nothing made me prouder than when I walked in her room, to find her on her knees in front of her father, her face covered in the glory of the Lord! Keep up the good work, and don't let Satan get hold of your family. Our well-adjusted daughter is living proof of the power of Christ!
7/27/2010 10:46:06 AM
Oh look, your kid outwits you. I hope you don't ruin the poor bastard with some "tough love" bullshit.
7/27/2010 11:22:07 AM
"I also teach my kids to question what they are taught "
Except what you teach them, of course.
7/27/2010 11:35:40 AM
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