Watch out, Bill Gates! mrsmes is coming for you!

March 3, 2008 at 10:01 | Posted in Everything | 27 Comments
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“that does it now i am really angry with microsoft i suggest we form a angry mob and litterally kick microsoft’s butt, break into the gaming industry and destroy them.

I’ll kick bill gates out litterally we just need too form a angry mob.”

I shouldn’t need to point out to the average reader that …

1. Microsoft get only around 5% of their revenue from, as mrsmes puts it, the gaming industry.

2. it is impossible to break into an industry by forming a mob, as an industry is not a physical thing, more a term used to describe a certain form of business of manufacture.

3. A mob of a maximum of 30 teenagers will not be able to bring down Microsoft, they have such a thing as security.

Oh yeah, my post is earlier today, it’s my day off. 😀 Annoyingly, that means I have less news to report on >.< so, let’s see …

Meziathol … Offline because he sucks at Languages …

“Monday= I get my test results back and find im in set 3 for German (second to worst set) After about a hour of being yelled at by my mum i promise her i will be a better set in french.

Tuesday: Find out im in set 4 for french (worst set) im pretty bustad

Saturday: My dad finds out about the set im in, gives me a huge lecture, get yelled at by my mum for not doing homework, a pretty bad day all-round.”

I think I picked a bad time to make him the next lamer. Anyway …

spriter12 … offline.

SC … is a moron as always.

Tuntis [not a lamer] … IS BACK! YAY!!!

And finally tigerdude1993 … right now seems to have stopped arguing with Heartagram123 because Heartagram123 is doing the virtual equivalent of running away.

Note that Heartagram123 both became a puppet of mrsmes [suddenly rating something mrsmes made 6/6 when he originally rated it a deserving 1/6] and steals games, such as tigerdude1993’s engines. He’s like Nekru without all the swearing and “friends”. he’s trying to please everyone but at the same time offends everyone. 😐

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  1. Do you go on the GMC? I just found this, which is Mrsmes getting single-handedly owned.

    Mrsmes:

    “maybe then we could do this:
    gamemaker_registered=true
    and so game maker becomes registered, if not try gamemaker_registered()=true
    which might change the value too true which means gm is registered and we don’t actually need too buy gm at all, now maybe that is why they took it out of gm7.0”

    Smarty, one of the GMC administrators:

    “Following that analogy…

    CODE
    mrsmes=smart

    *Keeps fingers crossed*”

    Maybe don’t completely give up on Mrsmes – everything he says is still verbal gold.

  2. NAL: Hahaha! Could you post a link?

  3. http://gmc.yoyogames.com/index.php?showtopic=362273&st=20

    About 3/4 of the way down.

  4. pwnt xD

    i just LOVE it when smart-asses get owned…

  5. never heard him refered to as a smart-ass before…ass maybe…certainly not smart…

  6. A google search for my name returns this as the first result.

    How about we resume our discussion on the existance of God. I wonder if I still have your emails (are you the guy who said you would reply, and were taking time to formulate one, but never replied?)

  7. That jerk of spriter12 is on the middle, How fun, So AKH I think you should make fun of spriter12 too seeing as he decided not to be an enemy of mrsmes which he should have because I hate that fuckwit of smes.

  8. “(are you the guy who said you would reply, and were taking time to formulate one, but never replied?)”

    That was you, you idiot. I was waiting for your reply.

    And I didn’t email you, we argued over PM.

    And no, we are not going to resume our discussion because neither will be able to convince the other.

    Although when you told me “God is not all-loving” you kind of owned yourself, since you proved that the Bible is false.

    As for God not existing, you can believe what you want – no one can win an argument on this subject because there is no proof, for or against, that God exists other than some 2000-year-old and [what I believe to be] fictional book.

    Besides, we’re both too stubborn to be convinced by the other.

    “That jerk of spriter12 is on the middle, How fun, So AKH I think you should make fun of spriter12 too seeing as he decided not to be an enemy of mrsmes which he should have because I hate that fuckwit of smes.”

    XD

    I’ll check out what spriter12 is doing.

  9. Just checked and LavaBall is sick of him, Does this mean he is officially not a friend of him anymore? >:D

  10. “Although when you told me “God is not all-loving” you kind of owned yourself, since you proved that the Bible is false.”

    You are assuming that the Bible says that God loves you.

    In fact, the Bible says that God is “angry with the wicked every day”, and that he “hates a lying tongue and a proud look”.

    God is omniscient, omnipresent, He is all merciful, and a sinner will be hated by God one minute, but if they accept His Son’s sacrifice, they will be loved by Him eternally the next, but He is not omnibenevolent (all loving). In other words, if you reject God (Jesus Christ), on the day of judgment, He will not be merciful, nor will His goodness be shown to you then, but rather, the full weight of His judgment will be poured out upon you infinitely.

    I don’t know who told you that “God is all loving”, but it ain’t in the Bible. Would an all loving God destroy the entire world and save only Noah and His family? Would an all loving God kill a husband and wife because they lied to Him (Acts – Annanias and Saphiras)? I’m not trying to put God in a box, or even say that God is hateful. I am saying that God is not who you think He is, and that it would serve you well to read the Bible. Or at least ask me some more questions about what the Bible actually says about God, rather than listen to some corner pentecostal, prosperity preaching, tongue, speaking slaying in the spirit, wishy washed up trash church.

    I believe the Bible, and I will tell you honestly what the Bible says about anything, even if I think (or know) the answer will offend.

    P.S. I guess there must have been another guy who I was emailing, but he never replied. What was your question you were waiting for a reply for?

  11. what I was waiting for doesn’t matter, I don’t have the PMs anymore anyway so I don’t know.

    OK, answer me this little question, sinners can and should be forgiven by anyone regardless of what they have done as long as they repent, in fact I believe a thief being crucified with Jesus went to heaven … so doesn’t that mean that mass murderers could still get into heaven if they “accepted Jesus” or whatever, yet a good person wouldn’t if they didn’t believe in God?

  12. I’ll be honest with you friend.

    You have no understanding of the Bible, or what God says. You have made a “god” in your mind, and rejected him, thinking that the god in your mind does not exist, and you’d be 100% correct.

    The Bible says that there is NONE Good. Not you, not me, not the little old lady down the road (she was young once too remember). You might be a “good” person compared to Hitler, or Pol Pot, or Stalin, but trust me, you are not good compared to the Holy Law of God.

    To come back to your question, yes, Jesus was crucified between two thieves (which fulfilled a prophecy in Isaiah “and he was counted amongst the transgressors”), and both of them insulted Christ. However, at the sixth hour, shortly before Christ died, one of the thieves repented, and Jesus promised him salvation.

    A person who accepts the sacrifice Christ made for them will be forgiven of God, and yes, they will go to heaven. However, they will still reap the consequences of their sins, both on earth and in heaven (the judgment seat of Christ is for Christians, and they will be judged, but they will only lose heavenly rewards, they will not lose their salvation – 1 Cor 3:15). The thief still died on the cross. He didn’t miraculously get taken off the cross by Christ.

    Repentance is a change of mind that results in a change of life because of what Christ does in their life.

    So yes, a person who accepts that they are a sinner, and turns to Jesus alone for salvation, will be saved, regardless of what they have done in their life. Likewise, a person who may think that they are good, and rejects Jesus, thinking that they will get to heaven (or wherever they think they are going) will only find the wrath of God poured out upon them before the great white throne (Revelation 21) because they will have to pay the penalty for their own sins, rather than trusting Jesus to take them from them.

    You and I are not very different. We are both young men, although judging by your photo, you would be considerably younger than me. We have both sinned. I won’t name sins that you and I may have committed, but here is the moral Law of God.

    Exo 20:12 Honour thy father and thy mother:
    Exo 20:13 Thou shalt not kill.
    Exo 20:14 Thou shalt not commit adultery.
    Exo 20:15 Thou shalt not steal.
    Exo 20:16 Thou shalt not bear false witness (lie)
    Exo 20:17 Thou shalt not covet

    Those are the last six commandments.

    The first is

    Exo 20:3 I am the LORD thy God, Thou shalt have no other gods before me.

    James 2:10-11 says

    Jas 2:10 For whosoever shall keep the whole law, and yet offend in one point, he is guilty of all.
    Jas 2:11 For he that said, Do not commit adultery, said also, Do not kill. Now if thou commit no adultery, yet if thou kill, thou art become a transgressor of the law.

    Basically, James says that if you try to keep the whole Law of God, and fail in even ONE point, you are guilty of breaking the WHOLE Law. I have not kept the Law of God, which is why I need Jesus Christ, who did, and died for me, so that his goodness replaces mine.

    Now friend, I know you might not believe the Bible, but that does not matter for this next question.

    Tell me, according to the verses I have shown you (whether you believe it or not), who on this earth could be called good, other than Jesus Christ (which the Bible says was sinless, and that he DID keep the whole law).

    Is there even ONE person who has not told a lie?

  13. Oh my fucking god (which is not the bullshit god you’re referring to). AKH, I feel sorry for you, having this fucktard preaching shit to you.

    You want to discuss sins? I worship several gods greater than yours. I don’t honor anyone. I haven’t killed, but I’ve felt like it. Same goes for adultery. I’ve stolen, heaps of shit. I’ve lied a lot more than you ever will. And I covet some things. So fuck your commandments. Get a life, and go preach to a diseased, retarded rat because at least then someone will listen to you.

  14. For once I agree with Nekru, Lukasaurus from what you described you’re more of a satanist then anything else so yeah go fuck yourself Lukas 😀

  15. I agree.

  16. Well that sure wasn’t expected O_o

    OK Lukasaurus, unlike these guys, I’m going to take you seriously.

    “You have no understanding of the Bible, or what God says.”

    No understanding? Come on, that’s a little exaggerated. I may not care about the Bible as much as you do, but what I’ve said before about it is mostly correct.

    “A person who accepts the sacrifice Christ made for them will be forgiven of God, and yes, they will go to heaven. However, they will still reap the consequences of their sins, both on earth and in heaven (the judgment seat of Christ is for Christians, and they will be judged, but they will only lose heavenly rewards, they will not lose their salvation – 1 Cor 3:15). The thief still died on the cross. He didn’t miraculously get taken off the cross by Christ.”

    Well, if they still get punished, as you put it “both on earth and in heaven”, then heaven for some isn’t all that heavenly is it?

    “a person who accepts that they are a sinner, and turns to Jesus alone for salvation, will be saved, regardless of what they have done in their life. Likewise, a person who may think that they are good, and rejects Jesus, thinking that they will get to heaven (or wherever they think they are going) will only find the wrath of God poured out upon them before the great white throne (Revelation 21) because they will have to pay the penalty for their own sins, rather than trusting Jesus to take them from them.”

    So if say, someone in a muslim culture, who doesn’t know of Christianity, lives a good life but doesn’t believe in Jesus, they’ll go to hell, while an evil dictator who commits genocide in a war but prays for forgiveness on his deathbed will go to heaven? if so then Christianity sure sounds made up to me. Like an easy escape because people were fed up with the strictness of Judaism.

    “You and I are not very different. We are both young men, although judging by your photo, you would be considerably younger than me.”

    Kind-of off the topic of religion, but how old would you say I was? I can’t help looking at that picture thinking it makes me look younger than I am.

    “I have not kept the Law of God, which is why I need Jesus Christ, who did, and died for me, so that his goodness replaces mine.”

    I don’t exactly know how you came up with “the moral law of God” being the last six commandments, especially as this would make the first 4 and everything else the Bible teaches pointless. But anyway, you say Jesus kept the law of God, and if we’re just talking about those commandments then Yes, he did. But Jesus did, on several times break religious law, for example when he picked corn for someone on a sunday (this being work on the Sabbath). So Jesus did actually break God’s law, even if you don’t count things like the above example, considering he was God on Earth [in human form] if he broke anything he taught [some of which contradicted itself so he must have] he broke God’s Law.

    “Tell me, according to the verses I have shown you (whether you believe it or not), who on this earth could be called good, other than Jesus Christ (which the Bible says was sinless, and that he DID keep the whole law).”

    A Baby? Someone born unable to talk (therefore unable to lie)? A retard incapable of breaking such laws?

  17. “Blessed is the man to whom the Lord doth not impute sin”

    The Bible says that there are some people who God will not judge. According to many verses in the Bible, babies are amongst that crowd. And so are the intellectually disabled, and even young children. But you don’t fall among either of those groups, so stop worrying about what happens to everyone else, and get concerned for your own soul.

    The last six commandments are what people call the Moral Law. Basically, they define morality by which we live, or, our obligation towards other people (and God). The First 4 commandments are our Obligations towards God only.

    Jesus did keep all the commandments of God (I don’t know what Bible you are reading where Jesus picked corn??). He healed on the Sabbath* (which was a saturday, last day of the week), and was accused by the Pharisees of “working” rather than resting. Since Jesus is God (and I will hope you will agree that the Bible says He is, regardless of whether you believe the Bible), it’s logical to assume that Jesus, being God, knows the laws that He gave to Moses 1500 years prior. The Jews were forbidden to work on the Sabbath, but the pharisees took it one step further and basically said they weren’t allowed to do ANYTHING (even help someone else).

    Jesus didn’t only keep those 10 laws, but also the hundreds of others that applied to Kings and Priests given throughout the books of Exodus Deuteronomy , Numbers and Leviticus, AS WELL AS extra commandments given by the prophets.

    (* The Sabbath Law is a ceremonial law given only to the Jews. We find no mention of this commandment after the book of Acts, when the Christians began to worship on sunday, because this was the day Jesus rose from the dead).

    “Well, if they still get punished, as you put it “both on earth and in heaven”, then heaven for some isn’t all that heavenly is it?”

    Well, heaven will be absent of all evil, and even entering heaven without any rewards would be better than eternity in hell.

    “So if say, someone in a muslim culture, who doesn’t know of Christianity, lives a good life but doesn’t believe in Jesus, they’ll go to hell, while an evil dictator who commits genocide in a war but prays for forgiveness on his deathbed will go to heaven? if so then Christianity sure sounds made up to me. Like an easy escape because people were fed up with the strictness of Judaism.”

    In that highly unlikely situation, yes BUT…

    The dictator that lives his entire life in WILLFULL REBELLION to God is not going to get saved on his deathbed. Not that he can’t. Just that he won’t. His heart will be so hardened from years of rejection that he just won’t want to accept God. There does come a time when God will stop convicting people to get saved, and the Holy Spirit will stop tugging on their heart. Without the conviction of the Holy Spirit, it is impossible to get saved. The two people above, who responded to my comment, are likely in this position, but I pray that they might find repentance, and pray to God to for wisdom to soften their hearts before it’s too late.

    As for the Muslim, who is deeply religious, and follows his God, Jesus said “If ye believe not that I am he, ye shall die in your sins”. Jesus also said, “I am the way, the truth and the life. No man cometh unto the Father, but by me”.

    The Muslim will go to hell. Not because he didn’t believe in God, or because he was evil, but because he didn’t come to God THROUGH Jesus Christ, who washes him from his sins.

    I doubt there is a sincere muslim who knows nothing about Christianity, since the Koran (Q’uran) makes mention of Jesus Christ, Christians and Jews quite a lot.

    As for people who are in the remotest areas of the world, I don’t have the answer to that. God is not unjust, but the Bible makes it clear that EVERY man has an opportunity to be saved.

    Now, to be frank, I get these questions all the time, and honestly, the answers given are never satisfactory. They are usually only asked to remove responsibility from the individual, and to ask questions that attempt to pose God in a negative light (eg, would hitler go to heaven and an old lady to hell if hitler repented and the old lady didn’t – I have heard this one too many times).

    First of all, God will judge YOU, and everyone else in the world. If you are that concerned about others going to hell, get saved, and do something about it by telling them of Jesus Christ’s forgiveness.

    Secondly, by thinking that you are better than other people (and you probably are better than 99% of people sitting in jail cells), you set your own standards, and you judge yourself by those standards. You might think “I haven’t murdered anyone, I am doing okay”, but you neglect the fact that you have lied (I will assume that you are human, and have lied).

    Good on you, you haven’t murdered. That makes you morally better than maybe a few million people. But you still lied, so you aren’t as holy as God.

    Why should God let liars into heaven? (He says he won’t – Revelation 21:8 “All liars have their part in the lake that burneth with fire and brimstone).

    Arer you seeing what the Bible says? The Bible isn’t saying “Be a Christian and live a good life and don’t do this and don’t do that and then you might get to heaven if you are good enough”.

    The Bible says plainly (caps for emph, not shouting 🙂 )

    1) YOU ARE NOT GOOD ENOUGH
    2) ACCORDING TO GOD’S LAW, YOU DESERVE TO DIE
    3) GOD IS MERCFIFUL AND DIED IN YOUR PLACE
    4) JESUS SAID “WHOSEVER BELIEVETH IN ME, SHALL NOT COME INTO CONDEMNATION, BUT IS PASSED FROM DEATH to LIFE!”

    I don’t think I am going to heaven because I am a good person. I am not. I am a great sinner against God. But Jesus died for me. He took my sins. He paid for my death. He purchased my life with His blood. And when I die, I shall go home to be with Him for eternity.

    I’m not a Christian who will get angry at unbelievers and tell them to “go to hell” or say stupid things like that. I don’t want you to go to hell. I honestly don’t mind answering questions for you. I think I covered everything from your response 🙂

    P.S. I would guess you would be maybe 19-21, judging by that photo. But the Bible says “Let no man despise thy youth”, and I am not one to say “I am older than you so I know better”. In fact, you are lucky to be so young (if you are). You can give God the best years of your life now, rather than regret them if you find salvation later in life. If I could go back to warn my young self against sinning, I would, but I cannot.

  18. Oh fuck…

  19. OK Enough swearing Nekru, Either say something useful or get lost.

  20. “Jesus did keep all the commandments of God (I don’t know what Bible you are reading where Jesus picked corn??).”

    “At that time Jesus went on the sabbath day through the corn; and his disciples were an hungred, and began to pluck the ears of corn and to eat.”

    Taken from Matthew 12:1 in the King James Bible (which, I believe is your Bible). I’ve never read a Bible, but I knew that part was in it somewhere.

    “(* The Sabbath Law is a ceremonial law given only to the Jews. We find no mention of this commandment after the book of Acts, when the Christians began to worship on sunday, because this was the day Jesus rose from the dead). ”

    Well, the Christian Bible has the Old Testament, right? The Old Testament contains things like Sabbath Law from the times when there was no New Testament (from before Christianity). Although I guess I can agree that Christians are taught not to follow the Sabbath Law.

    “I doubt there is a sincere muslim who knows nothing about Christianity, since the Koran (Q’uran) makes mention of Jesus Christ, Christians and Jews quite a lot.”

    I guess so. >.< Still, that was just a hypothetical example.

    “P.S. I would guess you would be maybe 19-21, judging by that photo.”

    O_O I’m 15. And I thought that photo made me look younger, too. XD

    OK, You’ve made a good point, I guess, but the Bible contradicts itself greatly, at many points – I assume you would put that down to most of it being written tens of years after the death of Christ though, or something similar.

    You already said something about dinosaurs in our PMs on the GMC, but answer me this … according to the Bible, how old is the earth?

  21. About the corn – Thanks 🙂 Didn’t even know it was in there. I can still open my Bible and find things I never knew before.

    As for contradictions, please show me some, within the Bible. I do not believe there is a single contradiction or error within the King James Bible. If you can find one, or more, please show me them. Sure, it will contradict modern theories of origin (such as evolution), but it does not contradict real science, which is where I think you are going with the next question.

    This earth, according to the Bible is 6000 years old. Or just under perhaps. Before you “mock” me for going against the grain here, I urge you to ask me specific reasons why I believe this to be so. The reasons I won’t write a whole post explaining why is that the reasons (scientific), are too numerous, and I wouldn’t even know where to begin. Ask about rock layers, ask about the cambrian explosion, ask about whatever you want. I’ll answer it if I know the answer. I’ll be honest and tell you that I don’t know ALL the answers, but neither do evolutionists. Whether or not you believe the answers I will give, I am sure you will be surprised at the science behind them. I do not just give answers like “God said it, I believe it, that settles it”, because I know that for an unbeliever, it sounds like a cop out (although, in my mind, that satisfies me).

  22. “This earth, according to the Bible is 6000 years old. Or just under perhaps.”

    Have you ever considered that through something called carbon dating [or radiocarbon dating] which is used to work out the age of something, can estimate many objects to being well over 25,000 years old. And scientists believe (and I think it is through this theory) that the Earth is around 13,600,000,000 years old.

    Since before the 20th Century there have been many scientific theories all supporting this – that the age of the Earth is well over 6000 years.

  23. I’ll try to answer the question without getting too scientific, but without being too simple.

    Carbon has an atomic weight of twelve AMU’s(atomic mass units), and is the building block of all organic matter (plants and animals). A small percentage of carbon atoms have an atomic weight of 14 AMU’s. This is carbon-14. Carbon-14 is an unstable, radioactive isotope of carbon 12. Radioactive isotopes decay, and carbon-14 is no exception. The half-life of carbon 14 is approximate 5,730 years. That means if you took one pound of 100 percent carbon-14, in 5,730 years, you would only have half a pound left. In another 5730, you would only have a quarter of a pound, and then the next half life, you would only have an eighth, and so on.

    Hypothetically, the radioactive isotope continues to decay at it’s half life, meaning that it should never ever be completely decayed.

    The theory behind carbon dating is this –

    Everything that is alive is made of carbon, and contains SOME carbon 14 (even you and I, alive).
    If we compare the ammount of Carbon 14 in our atmosphere today, with the amount in fossils, we should be able to estimate, within a few hundred years, how much C-14 has decayed, and thus, how old the fossil/object is.

    The problem with Carbon 14 dating is this

    1) It assumes that Carbon 14 concentration in tthe atmosphere has been the same for the last 60,000 years or so.

    2) It assumes that the sample fossil is uncontimated, and nothing has leaked into, or out of it

    3) It assumes that the formation rate of C-14 has remained constant

    4) It assumes that the decay rate has remained constant

    5) FACT: The ammount of carbon 14 in fossils is so miniscule, that accurate readings are almost impossible to take.

    None of the four (the last one is fact) assumptions are empirically provable, or observable, and are not based on any science, but rather, they are assumed by “faith”.

    This is why Carbon dating is useless to prove the age of the earth. It can be useful in archaeology, for example, finding the date of a particular ancient civilization (because all human records are less than 6000 years old), but other than that, it is useless, and based on faulty assumptions.

    As for the age of the earth, there are many evidences which can only be called limiting factors. While I cannot prove the earth is 6000 years old, scientifically (I wasn’t there to observe it’s creation), I can prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that the earth is less than 10,000 years old. In other words, there are plenty of observable evidences which limit the age of the earth to less than 10,000 years.

    1. The Sun is shrinking at the rate of 5 ft/hr. The Earth is 93 million miles away from the Sun. In less than 20 million years, the Sun would have been so large that it would touch the surface of the Earth. Further, if the Sun had more mass, the gravity pull would be much larger and the Earth would have been sucked into the Sun long before 20 million years.

    2. The Earth’s magnetic field is decreasing half a life every 830 years. This magnetic field can’t be more than 10,000 years; there is no way to reverse it.

    That’s two. I’m not going to post anymore unless you want them. Seek and ye shall find.

  24. “1. The Sun is shrinking at the rate of 5 ft/hr. The Earth is 93 million miles away from the Sun. In less than 20 million years, the Sun would have been so large that it would touch the surface of the Earth. Further, if the Sun had more mass, the gravity pull would be much larger and the Earth would have been sucked into the Sun long before 20 million years.”

    That’s assuming that the Sun has been decreasing in size at a constant rate … you have no proof of this more than I have proof of carbon-14’s decay rate …

    “4) It assumes that the decay rate has remained constant” Just thought I’d quote you there, and kinda disprove your other point at the same time:

    “2. The Earth’s magnetic field is decreasing half a life every 830 years. This magnetic field can’t be more than 10,000 years; there is no way to reverse it.”

    While I can’t correctly prove the carbon dating theory, you can’t correctly prove your counter-theory either.

    And I’ll finish with a response to an earlier section of that comment …

    “[…]not based on any science, but rather, they are assumed by “faith”.”

    The same thing which Christianity is assumed by. it appears that neither Christianity nor Science can or will be able to disprove the other ultimately for thousands of years to come.

    And we don’t have thousands of years in which to be debating 😉

    I think we should just stop this debate here, neither of us can win because neither of us will believe the other’s point of view as truth. You can find more of those theories that attempt to prove the earth’s age below 10,000 if you want, but I don’t see that it will do much good.

  25. AKH,

    Evolutionists use what is called a “Uniformitarian” view. Basically, they say “Everything continues as it was from the beginning”.

    They assume all of those things I said in C-14 dating. If they assume those things remain the same, then they must also assume other things in the universe have remained the same (since there is no evidence for it, as you say).

    Because of this fallacy, I am simply using their uniformitarian view to show that THEIR view limits the universe (or our solar system at least), to less than 10,000 years. If they are going to assume in one area, they better apply those same assumptions to ALL areas of science. You are right, I can’t prove it, but I am not attempting to. If I disprove evolution as a theory, only the facts remain. God created the Universe, and everything in it.

  26. What you said makes sense, I suppose. Apart from “God created the Universe, and everything in it”.

    Science and Religion are both just theories made in an attempt to discover the meaning of life, how everything started and how everything works. Neither has much more proof than the other.

    And besides, what you said didn’t disprove evolution at all, in fact it was barely related to evolution.

  27. Well, if the earth is less than 10,000 years old using evolutionist arguements (and it is), then where is the time required for evolution to occur?

    In regards to rock layers, which you haven’t mentioned, but this is a fun experiment for kids (that’s not an insult, I am just saying that kids can even comprehend the simplicity of this one).

    Take some top soil, some sand, some gravel and some rocks. Put them in a small empty tub and fill it with water. Shake it and leave it for an hour. What will happen is that the different rocks and dirt will sort itself into layers. This will happen to any dirt that is shaken up in water. And science tells us it takes billions of years. I will leave you to decide how that applies to Genesis 6-9


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