1. Standard memberRJHinds
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    18 Aug '11 09:51
    This is a good advertisement for science over religion.

    YouTube&NR=1&feature=fvwp
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    nope! YOU can't! You might want to keep your distance from computers in the future otherwise they might blow up when trying to microwave something! Indeed the respective sciences which lead to these devices are just a sequence of seemingly lucky guesses.

    I'll know if you haven't taken my advice btw 😞
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    Now I'm just confused...
  4. Standard memberRJHinds
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    18 Aug '11 11:06
    Originally posted by Agerg
    nope! YOU can't! You might want to keep your distance from computers in the future otherwise they might blow up when trying to microwave something! Indeed the respective sciences which lead to these devices are just a sequence of seemingly lucky guesses.

    I'll know if you haven't taken my advice btw 😞
    We can get good results from science as long as we don't have
    scientist that have a bias and agenda against God. It doen't
    hurt to make a few lucky guesses along the way as long as
    the person doing the science is not making all guesses like most
    of those dealing with evolution and the age of the universe.
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    18 Aug '11 11:17
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    We can get good results from science as long as we don't have
    scientist that have a bias and agenda against God. It doen't
    hurt to make a few lucky guesses along the way as long as
    the person doing the science is not making all guesses like most
    of those dealing with evolution and the age of the universe.
    You didn't take my advice. I'm only thinking of you! 😞
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    18 Aug '11 11:21
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    We can get good results from science as long as we don't have
    scientist that have a bias and agenda against God.
    So the people who developed your computer (which you trust and clearly was a good result), didn't have a bias and agenda against God?
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    18 Aug '11 11:301 edit
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    We can get good results from science as long as we don't have
    scientist that have a bias and agenda against God. It doen't
    hurt to make a few lucky guesses along the way as long as
    the person doing the science is not making all guesses like most
    of those dealing with evolution and the age of the universe.
    What a weird little black and white word you must live in. There are scientists who believe in God who also accept the evidence for evolution, Kenneth Miller springs to mind -

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenneth_R._Miller

    There are also scientists who believe in God who also accept the age of the universe as older than 10,00 years. Here's one of jaywill's favourites -

    http://www.reasons.org/

    Do these scientists have a 'biased agenda' towards God?! Explain that one to me.
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    18 Aug '11 12:43
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    This is a good advertisement for science over religion.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KRLR9jhP_DM&NR=1&feature=fvwp
    i am grateful.

    the youtube you provided has lead me to other videos by thethinkingatheist that entertained me all day.


    try and view "the creation story" and "noah's ark : god, giraffes and genocides".
    also top 10 creationist arguments part 1 and 2.
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    18 Aug '11 14:26
    Originally posted by Agerg
    You didn't take my advice. I'm only thinking of you! 😞
    But I have done repeated tests and experiments on the computer and
    the microwave and I have no bias or agenda against God.
  10. Standard memberRJHinds
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    18 Aug '11 14:27
    Originally posted by twhitehead
    So the people who developed your computer (which you trust and clearly was a good result), didn't have a bias and agenda against God?
    Right.
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    18 Aug '11 14:30
    Originally posted by Proper Knob
    What a weird little black and white word you must live in. There are scientists who believe in God who also accept the evidence for evolution, Kenneth Miller springs to mind -

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenneth_R._Miller

    There are also scientists who believe in God who also accept the age of the universe as older than 10,00 years. Here's one of ...[text shortened]... ons.org/

    Do these scientists have a 'biased agenda' towards God?! Explain that one to me.
    Maybe one or the other. However, I would doubt if they ever amount
    to anything.
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    18 Aug '11 14:49
    Originally posted by Zahlanzi
    i am grateful.

    the youtube you provided has lead me to other videos by thethinkingatheist that entertained me all day.


    try and view "the creation story" and "noah's ark : god, giraffes and genocides".
    also top 10 creationist arguments part 1 and 2.
    It may be entertaining, but unlike the one I linked, the others are filled
    with half-truths and lies. So be careful for you might get suckered in by
    them.
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    18 Aug '11 18:01
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    Right.
    Well, since some of the same scientists involved are involved in the Theory of Relativity (that you dispute), astronomy, geology, biology and various other science, you should have no problem with them either.
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    18 Aug '11 18:14
    The only scientists you can't trust are the meteorologists.
  15. Standard memberRJHinds
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    18 Aug '11 18:28
    Originally posted by divegeester
    The only scientists you can't trust are the meteorologists.
    I think you are talking about the weatherman. I don't consider
    them scientist because all their predictions are educated guesses.
    It may be classified a science, but it is not an exact science because
    they got much to learn from God.
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