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Posted by Mario Dovalina on September 17, 2002 20:59:02 UTC

You're worse than Aaron and Sam combined, on one of their bad days, times ten.

"Have you ever blown something up to find that it creates something good? Useful? Orderly? Neat? Perfect? No."

The universe is not orderly, neat, or perfect. The vast majority of it is elementary hydrogen gas, which is extremely simple. Moreover, asteroids, planets, and stars are all scattered in a relatively disordered way. Earth is the exception in terms of chemical complexity. And with an explosion the size of what we're talking about here, that is not outrageous, nor does it defy the second law of thermodynamics.

"Evolutionists drew it a long time ago and it shows what they HOPED, or THOUGHT they would find IF they could dig into the sediments, guess what, they never found it. In fact most evolutionists only get frustrated because with modern technology, one realizes that the column is in the wrong order in some places of the world, in other places, there is no fossils, and yet in others, the column is UPSIDE-DOWN!"

That's a bald-faced lie. The column does indeed show up in its correct order in many places in the world, and in those that it doesn't, there is evidence of overtrusting (tectonic activity) that scrambled things up. In addition, I defy you to find evidence of precambrian rock at the top of the column, and modern rock at the bottom.

"I'm a 16 year old teenager, with a 10th grade high school education, who's confused most of you into thinking that I have a doctorate in something like physics"

No-one with a doctorate in physics could espouse the blatant ignorance you parade as revelation. I always assumed you were someone in a mental home who somehow got access to a computer, and happened upon this site by smashing the keyboard in a random fashion.

Please read this before spewing anything more across this board:

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