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Mark Fox and Lil Markie
This gets a little creepy when he starts singing in the little kid`s voice.
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15 yrs ago, 9 mos ago - Tuesday 10/24/06 - 11:44:44 AM EST (GMT-5)
ChristMarine, your digging yourself a whole. Particular concerning the "Big Ol' Cosmic Blast." It is not a statistical impossibility. When you start studying astronomical phenomenons such as black holes, black, brown, and white dwarf stars, as well as other inquisitive astronoical events, it will open your eyes on the statistical POSSIBILITY of a "Big Ol'Cosmic Blast." Now, with that said. I am a Christian, not a devout Christian, but still a man of faith. I commend you for you strong mural views, as well as Suicism, Home Brew, and R_U_Kidding for theirs. Its always intriguing to see others' points of views. When you start to study some of natures phenomenons, it can do one of two things, make you question your faith, or solidify your scientific position on the creation of us, this Earth, and our heavens. Personally, I am just thankful to be here....and for Crown.....more Crown than anything. Ooh, and women, thankful for women. Okay, so women, crown, and family/frie
15 yrs ago, 9 mos ago - Tuesday 10/24/06 - 11:51:06 AM EST (GMT-5)
As for Mr. Fox and Lil Markie, yeah, it is lame and a bit creepy. Coming up baptist, I had to witness similar youth programs like that of Lil Markie. Although we may think its lame, I, as a father, would rather my son watch programs such as that of Mr. Fox than watch programs of men dressed in tights and helmets kicking one another. Do I force him to watch these types of programs, no. I do limit his time with other programs such as Power Rangers and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles for the simple reason that I dont want him to run up to me and try one of those kicks on me and having an impact on whether or not he will be able to have a brother or sister.

OOH, and that last sentence on the previous post was supposed to be Women, crown, and family/

later guys, have fun.

15 yrs ago, 9 mos ago - Tuesday 10/24/06 - 12:30:27 PM EST (GMT-5)
you spelled Hole wrong...
15 yrs ago, 9 mos ago - Tuesday 10/24/06 - 12:34:22 PM EST (GMT-5)
The Big Bang theory proposes the idea that all matter and energy was at on time densely concentrated at a single point in the universe and measured approximately the size of an electron (Taylor, 1995). Evolutionists teach that for some unknown reason this concentrated mass of material exploded producing the first organization of particles. This process supposedly progressed over a period of billions of years, during which time a single-celled organism developed into complex life forms.
Several significant problems with the Big Bang theory immediately come to mind:
I. Where did all the material present in the Big Bang come from?
2. Why did the material suddenly explode?
3. Can an explosion bring about order?
Evolutionary scientists have left the answer to the first two of these questions as simply "UNKNOWN/' However, because of scientific experiment, the third question can be answered with an emphatic "NO."
15 yrs ago, 9 mos ago - Tuesday 10/24/06 - 12:36:51 PM EST (GMT-5)
It is an observable fact that the addition of certain types of energy, such as heat, always bring about disorder rather than structure. The evolutionary theory ignores this fact with the supposition of the Big Bang. By assigning approximately 12 to 15 billion years to the formation of the universe, the evolutionary theory masks the fact that the addition of chaotic energy always results in chaos. This time scale is based solely on the assumption that given enough time and a "steady addition of energy, it is possible for order to come about". However, even with the addition of billions of years, the evolutionary theory continues to contradict the observable natural laws of nature.

The second law of thermodynamics holds that "all natural systems degenerate when left to themselves". This means that without interceding factors, chemical compounds ultimately break apart into simpler materials, rather than increasing in complexity...

15 yrs ago, 9 mos ago - Tuesday 10/24/06 - 12:38:36 PM EST (GMT-5)
Evolutionary scientists are clearly aware of the of this natural law, yet continue to maintain that by adding extreme amounts of time and energy to a single-celled organism, the formation of life occurred in opposition to the natural laws of the universe. The question now raised considers whether the simple addition of energy and time is enough to bring about life.

Take under consideration an organism in decay. A once living organism, such as a cell, will possess all the materials necessary for life even after it has died. Based on the theory of evolution, it would stand to reason that an organism could be regenerated after death by simply adding sufficient amounts of energy; but, this is not the case. Rather, the "internal organization [of a deceased organism] decreases" with the addition of energy. In fact, increasing energy levels speed up the decomposition process, explicitly contradicting the evolutionary train of thought.

15 yrs ago, 9 mos ago - Tuesday 10/24/06 - 12:39:52 PM EST (GMT-5)
It is clear to see that the Big Bang theory simply does not work. Even if evolutionists were able to answer questions concerning the origin of the Big Bang, they could not possibly dispute the very laws of nature that can be observed today.

So whats the HOLE in this???

15 yrs ago, 9 mos ago - Tuesday 10/24/06 - 12:49:01 PM EST (GMT-5)
Oh and I have studied pri-mordial black holes,supermassive black holes, inter-mediate mass black holes, the formation of extragalactic jets from black hole accretion disks, geodesic deviation, active galactic nuclei, even micro black holes that are created by particle accelerators...and your telling me to study astronomy. I actually enjoy astronomy believe it or not.
15 yrs ago, 9 mos ago - Tuesday 10/24/06 - 1:04:00 PM EST (GMT-5)
LOL, Thanks for editing my comment. I did try to resubmit the editorial change from "whole" to "hole" but apparently to no success.

As for my statement earlier, the "Big Bang Theory" is just that, theory. As for myself, a business owner with just a Bachelor's Degree in Marketing, I can not go as in depth or detail as say, a physicist, or on this case, an English major. I will say that it seems to me that with the second law of thermodynamics applied, there definitely must have been an interceding factor that had initiated the creation some 15 billion years ago. Evidence of galaxies moving rapidly in outward directions (or outward from a point) along with the observations of low levels of microwaves throughout space has helped with supporting the argument of the Big Bang Theory. As for myself, I am skeptical, but leave an open mind when it comes to creation. After all, what could have been that interceding factor?

15 yrs ago, 9 mos ago - Tuesday 10/24/06 - 1:10:46 PM EST (GMT-5)
The "hole" which I was discussing, however, is the fact that there is there are many factors that can either support/oppose the Big Bang Theory. I am gonna leave that debate to the physicists and astronomist. As for myself, just gonna sit back here at my desk and enjoy my life with my family and friends.
15 yrs ago, 9 mos ago - Tuesday 10/24/06 - 1:11:43 PM EST (GMT-5)
just curious, are you dominantly creationist or evolutionist? And honestly the only reason I argue this with people, is not really because it is of paramount importance to me, but because they try to underscore the Bible and its accuracy. I mean, the important issue to me is Jesus Christ and His Resurrection. THanks Man
15 yrs ago, 9 mos ago - Tuesday 10/24/06 - 1:14:46 PM EST (GMT-5)
Oh and i honestly appreciate your kindness, like i said I'm only 18, a freshman in college, and at least I have studied these things and not been led like a blind sheep as a fellow said earlier. And family and friends is awesome, i actually miss mine now that I am living on campus :(
15 yrs ago, 9 mos ago - Tuesday 10/24/06 - 2:10:21 PM EST (GMT-5)
as i said NICE jumper
15 yrs ago, 9 mos ago - Tuesday 10/24/06 - 2:50:55 PM EST (GMT-5)
You know, you guys should like...get on a chat together and then kill eachother from there, that would be easier than cluttering this place up and making a lot of people pee o'ed.
15 yrs ago, 9 mos ago - Tuesday 10/24/06 - 3:05:21 PM EST (GMT-5)
Maybe Goldfishgal is right, other people might want to comment on the video. Hey Christ Marine, you never responded to our PM discussion, and you are horribly misguided in your indictments of evolution/big bang theory. But I will not go into that here unless I have to. One question I WOULD like you to answer, however, is the one I left at the very end of the last page. Who has proven our universe to be a statistical impossibility, much less our galaxy? And by the way, the Sun and stars don't REVOLVE around the Earth. That's was the Church's official position during Galileo's day, and they persecuted him to keep his dissident (correct) opinion out of the public consciousness.
15 yrs ago, 9 mos ago - Tuesday 10/24/06 - 5:16:31 PM EST (GMT-5)
I SAW THAT GUY when I was a kid. He did this sh*t called 'diary of an unborn child' where he told the story of an aborted fetus. Twas disturbing.
15 yrs ago, 9 mos ago - Tuesday 10/24/06 - 7:19:53 PM EST (GMT-5)
Wow, where did you see him? He's crazy!
15 yrs ago, 9 mos ago - Tuesday 10/24/06 - 8:47:07 PM EST (GMT-5)
i know the center of the universe isn't earth...oh relax goldfish, it doesn't hurt to read. And sorry bout the question on the pm, i didn't see it. :)
15 yrs ago, 9 mos ago - Tuesday 10/24/06 - 8:55:00 PM EST (GMT-5)
and how am i horribly misguided, thats what they believe correct? ELectron size mass with tons of energy exploded and created the universe and billions of years later we're here on this site?
15 yrs ago, 9 mos ago - Tuesday 10/24/06 - 8:58:47 PM EST (GMT-5)
oh sorry, suicism, just saw the pm so i will start there from here on out. Thanks man :)
15 yrs ago, 9 mos ago - Tuesday 10/24/06 - 10:11:05 PM EST (GMT-5)
Good. I hope you can answer my question about statistics soon, too. Since you can't measure the statistical likeliness of a God-figure creating something exactly the way it is under whatever arbitrary conditions apply, you can't evaluate this possibility against that derived by science. Just inform me of who proved our Universe, and specifically this galaxy, is statistically impossible.
15 yrs ago, 9 mos ago - Wednesday 10/25/06 - 12:26:07 AM EST (GMT-5)
Here is the link to the other song Diary of an unborn child
15 yrs ago, 9 mos ago - Wednesday 10/25/06 - 1:00:24 AM EST (GMT-5)
Thanks, redsexdude!
15 yrs ago, 9 mos ago - Wednesday 10/25/06 - 2:32:34 AM EST (GMT-5)
The statistical chances is 10 to 92 power. Since the universe has 10 to 84 power, sub-atomic particles in the universe. So 10 to 92 power, is the amount of particles in 100,000 galaxies. So it can be said the chances is taking a sub-atomic particle and putting it in the one of the 100,000 galaxies and picking it out randomly...thats impossible. There are many references to this number.
15 yrs ago, 9 mos ago - Wednesday 10/25/06 - 2:34:20 AM EST (GMT-5)
http:// /worldview_3 /mathprfcosmos.html ( ihad to place spaces because it couldn't be over 40 characters, so make sure you put in in your url with no breaks.

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