Comment by Great Dane on August 21, 2011 at 4:08am

Bullshit analogies does not make your religion true mister.

Comment by Ron V on August 21, 2011 at 8:42am

Poor fellow- doesn't understand science or logic.

Comment by Nate on August 21, 2011 at 9:05am

=O you know, Sephiroth also called the Planet a vehicle that the Holy Mother Jenova would use, so obviously since you cant prove that Jenova, Sephiroth, Materia or the Lifestream doesn't exist, it must be true.  She is an ancient being after all with supreme power.  Who knew Square Soft (Enix) had it right all along, their word was cleverly disguised as a game that played it all out, and since it said it is true, it must be.  Join Jenova's Witnesses now!

Comment by Athiel Deophagy on August 21, 2011 at 9:17am
He does not understand what "logic" is and certainly doesn't realize what science says about the "order" of the universe: black holes, quantum indeterminance, electron valence shells, thermodynaimcs, hydrodynamics, chaos theory, and Newton's second law of thermodynamics all shoot the idea of "order" to high hell. Order is a subjective illusion.
Comment by Rick on August 21, 2011 at 11:24am

Why do I watch this shit first thing in the morning? I really have to stop doing this to myself.

Comment by Artor on August 21, 2011 at 3:00pm

I feel much more comfortable knowing that the course of my planet is guided by gravity & orbital mechanics, not a pilot as fickle and psychopathic as the Xtian god would be.

I'd characterize this guy's arguments as strawmen, but I don't think he understands enough to construct one. He's just not well educated.

Comment by Victor Pariter on August 21, 2011 at 4:12pm

This man is the intellectual equivalent of a lemur. He compares the concept of gravity to the concept of deities acting invisibly. 

I can only hope that in a few hundred years, our descendants look back at these times as the second dark ages and no longer have to live within the oppression of ignorance and stupidity. 

Comment by justin gold on August 21, 2011 at 4:14pm

I'm surprised this guy knows what a computer is,let alone make and upload a video to YouTube. 

Comment by Dale Headley on August 21, 2011 at 5:41pm

   This guy looks like Santa Claus.  I can't prove Santa Claus doesn't exist.  Therefore he MUST exist.  Maybe this guy really IS Santa Claus.

Comment by Nathan Hevenstone on August 21, 2011 at 7:54pm

Um... this guy seems to be about 35 to 40 years behind the debate. Let's see:

 

Atheists cannot prove that God does not exist.

 

No! Really? Wow! You... like... totally blew my mind, bro!

 

Oh wait...

 

Yet they want others to believe in their godless religion.

 

Um...

1) Atheism is not a religion

2) I don't want anyone to believe in it

3) Why am I experiencing deja vu?

 

They mock us and accuse us of ignorance for not accepting their unsubstantiated unbelief.

 

It is a substantiated unbelief. It is substantiated by the supreme lack of evidence for your invisible friend.

 

And they say the burden of proof is on us to prove God exists. Yet there is a universe operating orderly in our back yard.

 

Wait. Our back yard? Seriously?

 

No...

 

Seriously?

 

*runs out to back yard... saunters back in depressed*

 

I didn't see any universe back there. Damnit! Why do I have to be so gullible?

 

:(

 

So we have calendars telling us when to expect a full moon.

 

Hmm... predicted by thousands of years of studying space and working out the descriptive laws of nature and physics.

 

We are riding on an earth that orbits around the sun at 65,000 miles per hour and does not crash into it, and atheists say that we are to believe that there is no pilot.

 

It's called gravity. Ever heard of it?

 

Also... your bible says that the Earth is stationary and everything in the heavens revolves around it. So are you saying that the Bible's wrong?

 

The intelligent designs of God Almighty (sic) are everywhere in all creation. The heat gathers up moisture from the oceans and the wind pushes rain-filled clouds inland to water it... and water that  goes into the rivers is delivered back to oceans. A complete circle. Only the wise and benevolent all-powerful god we find described in the holy Bible could design such a creation.

 

Yes... the benevolent god you describe created this to give us monsoons and tsunamis, hurricanes and tornadoes, thunder and lightning... and, of course, epic flooding. So loving of him to design something that has killed billions of people throughout time.

 

Every creature found on the earth reproduces itself. Imagine the efficiency of such a creation that replenishes itself. So the creator only had to create each creature once! And they themselves carried out the seed of their species and multiplied their kind, while man,who is intelligent, invented cars that wear out and do not reproduce themselves.

 

I really don't even know how else to respond to that...

 

I'll finish up later. We're heading out for a night on the town...

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