Originally posted by DasaYou have no interest in what anyone says, and you already know sciences answer to this question.
I have no interest in what the false Bible says.
What does cheating science say?
Or do they have no clue?
Originally posted by DasaOf course.
What does science say about all of man,s food.
Rice, wheat, barley, sugar cane, apples, oranges, mangoes, strawberries, pears, spinach, potatoes, pumpkin.......and the 1000,s of others and including all the rich flavour-sum spices......and salt and pepper.
Did they also evolve from the muddy puddle?
Originally posted by SilverstrikerYou have a computer because the Vedas taught science how to count and gave mankind numbers.
cheating science would say get off the computer that cheating science kindly made possible for you to use
Originally posted by Dasaso how come computers are only a recent development. If its all thanks to the veda how come henry VIII never had a computer?
You have a computer because the Vedas taught science how to count and gave mankind numbers.
Your game of chess that you enjoy would not exist without the Vedas.
The Vedas are the source of all knowledge.
Science is only plagiarizing the Vedas when it comes to knowledge.
You bite the hand that feeds you.
Originally posted by DasaIt comes from Mars, delivered directly to your local mini-mart in a spaceship, from a man called Kirk, and his side-kick Spock.
I am waiting for the answer to my question.........
Where does all the tasty, healthy, colourful, plentiful and satisfying food come from - which without we would not survive?
How does it exist for us?
It could just as easily not exist for us.
This may be the first question that has stumped the science forum.
Just the pure honest truth please.
Where does all the food come from?
Originally posted by mikelomSimply defeated in every respect.
It comes from Mars, delivered directly to your local mini-mart in a spaceship, from a man called Kirk, and his side-kick Spock.
It's logistically well organised, and there is never a shortage of stock, as Kirk is well organised in maufacturing all of these items for your consumption. If there are ion shortages then Kirk transports them with a beam, often known as 'Beam me food down, boys.'