Creationists, do you think this guy has no clue what he's talking about?

For all you claim evolution is "unscientific", I just wonder what you think when you see a guy with a PHD from biology stating evolution is a fact. Why do you think this is?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dK3O6KYPmEw

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Update:

He has a PHD, and is giving information I have seen repetitively verified. Yes, I trust scientists. Crazy isn't it?

Update 2:

No Chance, I can easily outdo list. With Scientists only named Steve.

http://ncse.com/taking-action/list-steves

Update 3:

*Your list

Update 4:

Sorry, above link is addressed to Jesus Saves.

Update 5:

Aaron, lol love you how you bring in your IQ. Priceless.

You listened to the argument, but you didn't explain why you didn't accept it. Sorry, you can't just dismiss PHD's. I think they know a tad bit more then you.

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    The masses are deluded.

    i feel bad for you when the antichrist comes

    so i must be right with these creationist

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  • 9 years ago

    Clearly this Science must be some kind of reality-denying cult. By the time one becomes a pee-ache-dee, some sort of infernal archbishop, one is so deluded that all traces of doubt about Science have been washed away, and the truths in the Bible no longer matter to such an individual. And there are getting to be so many of these Since-ists, that it gets harder and harder to witness for the allmighty Creator. Could it be-- Satan?

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Unlike creationist,we actually have hard physical evidence. Look up neanderthal, Homo floresiensis and Australopithecus. @ jesus saves: The World would be a better place if ignorant homophobic bigots like you didn't exist.

    Source(s): @Aaron Blind Theory? Its fact proven by science. You believe in a myth.
  • 9 years ago

    @ Tyler

    http://www.talkorigins.org/faqs/comdesc/section5.h...

    @Aaron

    140 IQ and you don't even know the meaning of the word "theory" in a scientific context.

    Evolution has nothing to do with disproving a god. It is the logical conclusion based on evidence. It was brought into a debate with religion by the religious and no one else.

    It's amazing, you guys attack something then claim it's attacking you!

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  • Aaron
    Lv 5
    9 years ago

    Pair of chromosones must have gotten fused? That's an argument? Seriously? You know, I'm sorry that me stupid Christian with a 140 IQ doesn't buy into a blind theory that's passionate about disproving the existence of an all powerful, loving creator. This guy really doesn't make an argument that is founded or really even logical - it is only a theory. And not even a good one at that. Next...

  • 9 years ago

    I have a PHD in biology and i say you are a moron so it must be a fact.

  • 9 years ago

    PhD? I find no reason to be impressed,

  • 9 years ago

    Evolution is real. Anyone that denies that is ignorant. But there are two types of evolution. Micro and Macro. Micro is the obvious stuff, subtle changes; while macro is the big changes (e.i. ape to human) While there are a few things that could make sense, I have yet to see any reason to believe macro evolution ever happened.

  • 9 years ago

    I do not protest micro evolution as that is perfectly biblical. It's macro evolution I have a problem with and there is no proof of this.

  • ?
    Lv 6
    9 years ago

    a guy with a PHD from biology believes a fairy tale. Am I suppose to be impressed with his PHD?

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