omg... do u ppl really believe that we evolved from apes? i totally reject this idea and i also condemn darwin for making such a joke... anyway, if we did evolve from monkeys, then why didnt ALL monkeys evolve?
qwerty said:omg... do u ppl really believe that we evolved from apes? i totally reject this idea and i also condemn darwin for making such a joke... anyway, if we did evolve from monkeys, then why didnt ALL monkeys evolve?
we have evolved. but you are still a monkey :lol:
Reminds me of some other monument...hmmmm...what was it called, oh yeah, Stonehenge.still i wanted to point one thing out: the boat wasnt on a small hill that belongs to the alps, it was nearly the top; and from what i remember from the report, the nearest place from where the ship's wood could be arranged, was somewhere around the black sea (if i am not wrong)
And as for how the ship could have gotten to the Alps? Certainly not as the Alps were being formed, as those were formed many millenia before humans ever existed. And I've seen very little evidence for a world-wide flood, which could only result from an excessive global heating, but even when the icecaps and snow didn't exist the earth didn't flood, so unless the earth has mysteriously gained more water, I find that hard to believe
and those big stone heads in the easter island (was it easter or christmas? oh well dunno) as well; the nearest place where the stones could be gotten from was too far away, and natives only used some primitive boats to travel that couldnt transport things so heavy
This is what I was getting at in my post, apparently it was too sutle for you to notice. It could've just been put up there like how they made Stonehenge, it wouldn't be the first time humans have done bizzare things like that.EDITED: VG u are right, i was speaking about noah's ark; another thing that proves that the bible is correct
What are the laws of physics, really? How do we know for sure that there aren't exceptions in the most basic laws of existance somewhere out there? We don't. Just because you've never seen it happening somewhere dosn't mean it's actually happening. Technically, nothing is ever 100% sure.Yeah your right the theory with god swinging his magic wand and everything just popped up are way more beliveable. icon_rolleyes.gif
Actually, I don't believe God has literally infinite power, for exactly this type of paradox, just near enough to infinite for it to matter in most cases to humans. Plus, if he had literally infinite power he could make it impossble to harm other humans at the same time as giving people free choice.And no, I'm too bored to comment on other parts of the Bible. Lets just say that the Christian god doesn't exist because he's ment to be able to do anything, but he can't stop being himself. Therefore, he cannot do everything