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    Kero

    No Canada???

    njch412

    USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!

    Foinlavin

    Go red team!!
    Jesus also loves the beige people, but they get crappier rooms in heaven.

    WTFBURGERZ

    Too bad so many people are that stupid. NOT DEFENDING RELIGION!!!! There’s just so much evidence that proves evolution to be impossible.

    Foinlavin

    Oh, and what kind of list shows the winners at the bottom like this? Probably the way scientists do it or something stupid like that.
    Screw blue
    Red or dead
    I’m still working on a beige cheer.

    LonelyTylenol

    What evidence… PROVES evolution to be impossible?

    I’m intrigued.

    No banana arguments, please.

    el_metal

    wtf, are these comments serious? remove the jesus fish from your asses plox.

    T G Geko

    AHH! Just America gets stupider and stupider in my
    eyes! Land of the free and home of the idiotic.

    Alec Dalek

    Evolutions has been observed. Creation has not. Evolution for the win!

    singularapathy

    Recurrent laryngeal nerve. Chromosome Number 2 in humans being fused. The type II and III secretory systems (as well as a few others) making up the flagellum. Pseudogenes. mRNA.

    Just a few of the billions of things that prove evolution, right there, Burgerz. What disproves it?

    You gonna say radiometric dating? The second law of thermodynamics? Irreducible complexity? Go ahead, hit me– I’ll respond to each and every thing you throw my way, even if you ‘shotgun debate’ me.

    WTFBURGERZ

    Indeed evolution is true to some extent, however we did not come from single cells. The chances and and impossibility of that happening are so insane to believe. I’m with Tiki on this one, we’re not in a position to know. No ones side will ever be proven. But I think Creationism is more believable than evolution. And that’s saying a lot.

    RSIxidor

    Evolution does not exclude religion. It just so happens the majority of evolutionists exclude religion, and the majority of religions exclude evolution. Because of the evidence for evolution, and the very low odds of our existence happening by chance, I feel that we may have come from some single cell organism, but if we did, or not, we were compelled into existence by a higher intelligence. There is not enough proof, however, for me to believe one religion over the other. This has given me constant strain and often I’d rather just say “god can’t exist because I can’t prove… Read more »

    singularapathy

    Burgerz, you can’t make the pie argument. It’s ridiculous and redundant. Using that same logic, we cannot know anything about the past. Plate tectonics? Phooey! The Persian Empire. FAKE! Think about it. When there is an abundance of evidence towards an answer, with absolutely NO evidence against it, it should be taken at face value. All it would take to disprove evolution is for a horse fossil to be found near a trilobite, but we’ve never found something like that. Wonder why. Using your ridiculous logic, it’s equally valid that unicorns exist as that they don’t, since we have no… Read more »

    singularapathy

    Also, you did mention that the odds of us coming from a single cell are ridiculous. You are forgetting the massive telescoping we’ve seen in the universe (from its creation ’til the creation of light matter, then heavy matter, then stars, then satellites, then planets, then life, and then the further integration thereof)– not to mention the sheer amount of time involved. You can’t make a numerical argument there– where are you pulling your numbers from? For all you know, the chances are that– in any given situation like this, it’s a 1-to-1 chance that life will come from unicellular… Read more »

    Silver

    I’m always disappointed when people say “The odds are just to great against so it couldn’t happen.” or”The chances of that happening are ridiculously small.”

    So? If the universe is infinite, as many suspect it is, than that means that even something that’s infinitely unlikely (ie infinity to 1 against) in an infinite universe is still infinitely possible.

    And I haven’t even started on infinite dimensions yet.

    RSIxidor

    : These are also the same trains of thought that make me question how I could possibly consider the possibility/non-possibility of a creator. I think the same way all over.

    Sneaky Snake

    I agree with Silver, Earth isnt the only place where life can exist. We’ve found another planet not too far away from our solar system that could support life (close in terms of the universe). I’d imagine there are thousands of other planets where evolution could occur and probably has. Will we ever see this? Never. But to say the odds single cells being created are impossible is ridiculous.

    RSIxidor

    But then you must also consider the odds that those single-cell organisms continue to evolve, and that a multi-cell organism becomes sentient, and so on and so on. The number of odds to consider are exponential, as are the odds that there is a number we are not considering. This is why I say some intelligent being said, “hmm, I think maybe this planet should have life,” or somehow compelled the life to take the course that it did.

    Sticky

    T G Geko says: Land of the free and home of the idiotic.

    Gives us carte blanche to bomb the shit out of your country because it’s “God’s Will.”

    The Matrix: Rebooted

    Creationism doesn’t answer ANY question. You still have the basic problem of “if God created everything, then what created God?” If human life it too complex to exist without intelligent intervention then said intelligent being has to also been created by another intelligent being. Where does it end?

    Alec Dalek

    I’m with reboot! He said what I came here to say! If you believe a magic man that lives in the sky suddenly appeared out of nowhere AND THEN created us, then how is that easier to believe than life evolving by chance from single celled organisms? I just asked my mother at thanksgiving who created god. All she could reply with was “in the beginning was god”. Uh huh… Here’s my theory about what happened: The universe began because nothing existed, and since for nothing to exist, there must also be existence to define non-existence. And when this first… Read more »

    rogue74656

    Speaking as a teacher of science let me clear up a few misconceptions: 1) NOTHING in science is proven. The evidence supports, but NEVER proves, a theory. 2) Theory IS NOT equal to hypothesis. Terms may be used interchangeably by lay people (and even science educators) but to a scientist, they are not the same. A hypothesis is an educated guess (and is what most lay people mean when they use the term theory.) A theory is a predictive description of the world around us that is supported by a large enough amount of observations and experiments to be PROVISIONALLY… Read more »

    Kaze

    I propose we put these opposing red and blue result colors on characters in a 3d video game, and let them fight each other until one side clearly wins over the other.

    I don’t think it’s been done before.