Do we have a new contender for the title of 'Most ill-informed Question About Evolution?

Sorry,people I may do this a lot. If you have left Y/A R&S never to return because you couldn't take it anymore, you may wish to skim past my blogs!

 

I think this one has a real chance. Do feel free to rate it on spelling and grammar, incorrect terminology, willfull ignorance, genuine ignorance and gratuitous abuse of atheists. 

Did you know not all science is true?

Equations made after human understanding predict two silly things

broken cups reassemble themselves

waterfalls flow upwards after falling downwards to conserve their energy

nothingness decays into matter and antimatter constantly, filling the Universe with more stars

None of these is true. Scientists themselves observed this

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One more thing, animals can't give birth to humans even if their womb is injected with human baby cell

35 minutes ago

Monkeys and humans can't have children together, even if they are the same evolutionary branch

Not to mention the paradoxes in physics and the unsolved puzzles in mathematics

34 minutes ago.

Equations do say all that stuff is true. But humans are more intelligent than their own equations

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If I were to give this a rating out of 50 it would go like this:

Spelling and Grammar - 0/10 (makes a nice change)

incorrect terminology- 10/10

Willful ignorance- 9/10

Genuine ignorance - 8/10

Gratuitous insults - 0/10

 

Hmm - 27/50, not as high as I thought. I think the 'DNA can't exist because acid would make us all melt' question is still in the lead because of his grammar issues and abuse of atheists. I give him a 33/50. If anyone else cares to give a score I may inform the lucky winner when I have five contenders.

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Comment by Doug Reardon on September 10, 2011 at 4:25pm

Beth:

"parts is parts" but hearts ain't hearts.

Comment by Jason Paisley on September 10, 2011 at 4:40pm

Now that's a special kind of stupid.

Comment by Helen Pluckrose on September 10, 2011 at 4:57pm

Jason, thank you! My blog has been hijacked by a (very interesting ) debate on non-human organ replacements and its relevence (or lack of) to evolution but still, I'm pleased they found the question thought provoking! :)

Comment by Helen Pluckrose on September 10, 2011 at 8:20pm

Holland - you must have posted at the same time as me earlier! I have wondered if dragons were a result of people finding dinosaur bones but i was never sure how deep down they would be - it seems as if records of people discovering them are relatively recent and I always meant to look into that more - they could be found could they by people digging without any technology or industrial equipment? Thats probably a silly question as foundations for large buildings must always have had to be deep.

Comment by Unseen on September 10, 2011 at 9:05pm

@Helen   I always love it when you get into a spirited discussion with an idiot and then they say one last thing telling you not to bother replying because you're being blocked. A real tail-between-the-legs way to end a discussion.

Comment by Rick on September 10, 2011 at 9:20pm

@Helen: Were your posts responses from someone on this site or an external one? I'd love to follow that discussion... and perhaps join in :)

Comment by Beth on September 10, 2011 at 9:31pm

Am so glad Rick asked if the posts were from someone here or an extrenal site because I felt a tad dumb, and assumed some posts had been deleted or just were not showing up.

Comment by Godless Conservative on September 10, 2011 at 9:37pm

Rick and Beth: http://answers.yahoo.com/dir/index;_ylt=AnQZhu0fRyMFZWu9xwwbYRPd7BR...

 

Apparently we are both regulars.  The site is a hoot.  It's about half stupid fundies and half atheists.  The main stream Christians get caught in the middle.  I'll try to email this to you

Comment by Rick on September 11, 2011 at 12:04am

Sweet! Thanks!

Comment by Artor on September 11, 2011 at 12:51am

On the subject of dinosaur bones & dragons, I've heard that the skulls of extinct pygmy elephants on Crete inspired the legends of cyclopses, since the nasal cavity looks like an enormous eye socket.

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