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Posted by Sam Patterson on October 16, 2002 14:10:26 UTC

"It's funny that you start name calling. I guess some Christian mindsets are only skin deep. Not surprising."

I wasn't name calling. I was saying that if I were, it would be a waste of time. I do not think you are a moron.

"You've convinced me it should be banned. People should read our discussion to see the damagine effects of home schooling. It is absolutely horrible."

Wow. It's amazing how that since I believe in the flood, which millions other believe too, including hundreds of scientist, it makes me completely brain-washed and indoctrinated.
And you attribute it to my home-schooling. Aaron is not home-schooled, and he believes as I. I would bet most of the ICR scientiest were not homeschooled, and they believe as I.

To continue on that point, why do you think that at least 74 scientists (ICR) write dozens of scientific articles about, write books about, present speaks about, and debate about Noah's ark (and other issues)? Why do they do this? Oh yeah, I forgot. Creationist are in it for political power, right?

"Besides, I like the way you ignored the giant lizards of the Paleozoic."

What did you want me to say about them? Yes, I believe they were on the ark too.

"You live in a fantasy world Sam. You don't fit a Brontosaurus in a 9 foot deck, even a 'baby' Brontosaurus. There are literally thousands of dinosaurs and reptiles and mammals that even as babies would not have fit on 3 levels of 15 feet high decks."

Actually a young Brontosaurus would easily fit in a 9 feet deck. They take 12-13 years to fully reach there maximum size, a height of about 20 feet.

"You did't count that list."

Yes I did, but I was factoring kind adaption in that calculation.


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