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Big Bangers Debunk Internet

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Posted by littlefish on October 24, 2002 15:25:47 UTC

In what can only be seen as an attack on free speech everywhere, big bangers and their creationist allies have debunked the internet in the above post as being a pity, a shame, that free thinking people can see through the myths and propoganda and join colectively to refute creationist and Darwinian dogma.

Whereas the internet has become a useful tool to oppose the ruling clique in politics and art, as well as science, as far as the progressive faction goes, then the conservative faction, still embedded in the book of Genesis, resents the internet in much the same way as the church opposed the printing press. An unlikely figure, Sir Fred Hoyle, was certainly not the first person to oppose the big bang myth of creation and he certainly won't be the last. Throughout the centuries scholars have doubted the half science and half-myth that has emananted from the mouths on the pulpit. Knowledge, it seems, is a dangerous commodity. And where there's a lot of doubt, instead of saying as much, the creationists step into the fray with dark matter and dark energy. Typical.

But instead of being entirely negative, as the creationists always are, and they have their rules that people must follow, most often the poorest people and the people who have no access to an alternative to Islam, Christianity and Judaism, let's for a moment consider an alternative. This alternative will become the dominant theology in the future.

There is no religion and no god. The universe is infinite in time and space. Life is spread throughout the cosmos via bacteria, our building blocks.






















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