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Hey lets play Darwin versus Disney! Who's imagination was better?

 
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Great thread.

I believe everyone has left a source out of the equation, and I believe it's a better argument then what has been commented on so far. I believe that life was brought here and whoever it was that brought the life here, wouldn't that be our creator, our g-d of sorts?
 Quoting: Lilbabez33


While I believe firmly in extra terrestrial life, I'm not so certain that they brought life to earth, or had much of a hand in the evolution of life here. My biggest problem with the E.T. origins theory is the same one I have with the hand of God theory, and that is this: Why, what was the point?

Some sort of science project? Set life in motion on this planet, sit back and have a good laugh at what the sentient beings get up to, come down from time to time to give anal probes in trailer parks?(j/k on the probe bit god is against anal sex).

But then again , something had to kick start the whole shooting match, and aliens are just as likely a source as God. But that brings another question to mind; if aliens created us, who, or what created them?
There is a theory which states that if ever anybody discovers exactly what the Universe is for and why it is here, it will instantly disappear and be replaced by something even more bizarre and inexplicable. There is another theory which states that this has already happened.
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Does anyone else like the continuous creation theory? (peers around fearfully)
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The theory that matter is constantly created from nothing to fill the void between expanding galaxies??

Bunk. It would require immense amounts of energy in those voids to create matter at a rate that keeps up with the expansion of the universe.
There is a theory which states that if ever anybody discovers exactly what the Universe is for and why it is here, it will instantly disappear and be replaced by something even more bizarre and inexplicable. There is another theory which states that this has already happened.
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I say the best imagination was when the person wrote that they entire planet was poofed into being in seven days by a magic sky wizard. Then a fully formed and educated adult male was formed from mud. Some time after the sky wizard tore one of his ribs out and made some chick out of it. Things were going fine until the Disney-esque talking snake made shit hit the fan by eating the Disney-esque cursed apple.
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oh....btw....where does it say that the creative days were a literal 24 hour day?
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The same place it says that it wasn't literally 24 hours...
Your avatar says much about you OP.
Abracadabra!!
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Your 'imagination' says much of you.
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I say the best imagination was when the person wrote that they entire planet was poofed into being in seven days by a magic sky wizard. Then a fully formed and educated adult male was formed from mud. Some time after the sky wizard tore one of his ribs out and made some chick out of it. Things were going fine until the Disney-esque talking snake made shit hit the fan by eating the Disney-esque cursed apple.
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oh....btw....where does it say that the creative days were a literal 24 hour day?
 Quoting: CelestialMaiden


The same place it says that it wasn't literally 24 hours...
Your avatar says much about you OP.
Abracadabra!!
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Your 'imagination' says much of you.
 Quoting: DGN



LOL, this from the guy that posts thread after thread demanding answers from Charles Darwin's corpse
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Re: Hey lets play Darwin versus Disney! Who's imagination was better?
Great thread.

I believe everyone has left a source out of the equation, and I believe it's a better argument then what has been commented on so far. I believe that life was brought here and whoever it was that brought the life here, wouldn't that be our creator, our g-d of sorts?
 Quoting: Lilbabez33


that is exactly right...thank you!



"You are worthy, Jehovah, our God, to receive the glory and the honor and the power, because you created all things, and because of your will they existed and were created"- Revelation 4:11
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Re: Hey lets play Darwin versus Disney! Who's imagination was better?
Great thread.

I believe everyone has left a source out of the equation, and I believe it's a better argument then what has been commented on so far. I believe that life was brought here and whoever it was that brought the life here, wouldn't that be our creator, our g-d of sorts?
 Quoting: Lilbabez33


While I believe firmly in extra terrestrial life, I'm not so certain that they brought life to earth, or had much of a hand in the evolution of life here. My biggest problem with the E.T. origins theory is the same one I have with the hand of God theory, and that is this: Why, what was the point?

Some sort of science project? Set life in motion on this planet, sit back and have a good laugh at what the sentient beings get up to, come down from time to time to give anal probes in trailer parks?(j/k on the probe bit god is against anal sex).

But then again , something had to kick start the whole shooting match, and aliens are just as likely a source as God. But that brings another question to mind; if aliens created us, who, or what created them?
 Quoting: AgnosticDeity


...WE don't like each other but a fair question; "IF aliens created us....who created them? it DOES BECOME A FAIR QUESTION. something had to kick start the whole thing- so...God id the creator, who create him?
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Re: Hey lets play Darwin versus Disney! Who's imagination was better?
Great thread.

I believe everyone has left a source out of the equation, and I believe it's a better argument then what has been commented on so far. I believe that life was brought here and whoever it was that brought the life here, wouldn't that be our creator, our g-d of sorts?
 Quoting: Lilbabez33


While I believe firmly in extra terrestrial life, I'm not so certain that they brought life to earth, or had much of a hand in the evolution of life here. My biggest problem with the E.T. origins theory is the same one I have with the hand of God theory, and that is this: Why, what was the point?

Some sort of science project? Set life in motion on this planet, sit back and have a good laugh at what the sentient beings get up to, come down from time to time to give anal probes in trailer parks?(j/k on the probe bit god is against anal sex).

But then again , something had to kick start the whole shooting match, and aliens are just as likely a source as God. But that brings another question to mind; if aliens created us, who, or what created them?
 Quoting: AgnosticDeity


...WE don't like each other but a fair question; "IF aliens created us....who created them? it DOES BECOME A FAIR QUESTION. something had to kick start the whole thing- so...God id the creator, who create him?
 Quoting: CelestialMaiden


That is a question I've been begging of the various religious sects for years. If God is the creator who created him, and then who created his creator, and so on.
There is a theory which states that if ever anybody discovers exactly what the Universe is for and why it is here, it will instantly disappear and be replaced by something even more bizarre and inexplicable. There is another theory which states that this has already happened.
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i like south park
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Re: Hey lets play Darwin versus Disney! Who's imagination was better?
Great thread.

I believe everyone has left a source out of the equation, and I believe it's a better argument then what has been commented on so far. I believe that life was brought here and whoever it was that brought the life here, wouldn't that be our creator, our g-d of sorts?
 Quoting: Lilbabez33


While I believe firmly in extra terrestrial life, I'm not so certain that they brought life to earth, or had much of a hand in the evolution of life here. My biggest problem with the E.T. origins theory is the same one I have with the hand of God theory, and that is this: Why, what was the point?

Some sort of science project? Set life in motion on this planet, sit back and have a good laugh at what the sentient beings get up to, come down from time to time to give anal probes in trailer parks?(j/k on the probe bit god is against anal sex).

But then again , something had to kick start the whole shooting match, and aliens are just as likely a source as God. But that brings another question to mind; if aliens created us, who, or what created them?
 Quoting: AgnosticDeity


...WE don't like each other but a fair question; "IF aliens created us....who created them? it DOES BECOME A FAIR QUESTION. something had to kick start the whole thing- so...God id the creator, who create him?
 Quoting: CelestialMaiden


That is a question I've been begging of the various religious sects for years. If God is the creator who created him, and then who created his creator, and so on.
 Quoting: AgnosticDeity




i also, am intrigued by this question.

the only plausible answer i have ever received is, that god always has, and always will exist.

unfortunately that opens the door to numerous other questions.

for instance, what in the world could he possibly be doing during the eternity before creation, especially if the earth is only 6000 years old.

an eternity of just 'being" is too hard for me to grasp.
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While I believe firmly in extra terrestrial life, I'm not so certain that they brought life to earth, or had much of a hand in the evolution of life here. My biggest problem with the E.T. origins theory is the same one I have with the hand of God theory, and that is this: Why, what was the point?

Some sort of science project? Set life in motion on this planet, sit back and have a good laugh at what the sentient beings get up to, come down from time to time to give anal probes in trailer parks?(j/k on the probe bit god is against anal sex).

But then again , something had to kick start the whole shooting match, and aliens are just as likely a source as God. But that brings another question to mind; if aliens created us, who, or what created them?
 Quoting: AgnosticDeity


...WE don't like each other but a fair question; "IF aliens created us....who created them? it DOES BECOME A FAIR QUESTION. something had to kick start the whole thing- so...God id the creator, who create him?
 Quoting: CelestialMaiden


That is a question I've been begging of the various religious sects for years. If God is the creator who created him, and then who created his creator, and so on.
 Quoting: AgnosticDeity




i also, am intrigued by this question.

the only plausible answer i have ever received is, that god always has, and always will exist.

unfortunately that opens the door to numerous other questions.

for instance, what in the world could he possibly be doing during the eternity before creation, especially if the earth is only 6000 years old.

an eternity of just 'being" is too hard for me to grasp.
 Quoting: david 16910407


It just turtles and elephants all the way down.
There is a theory which states that if ever anybody discovers exactly what the Universe is for and why it is here, it will instantly disappear and be replaced by something even more bizarre and inexplicable. There is another theory which states that this has already happened.
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i like south park

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what a GREAT serenade to this thread! thank you for that


I'm cracking up!
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i like south park

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what a GREAT serenade to this thread! thank you for that


I'm cracking up!
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You guys do know that Jesus Optimus Prime and other imaginary folk are the leaders in the imagination land episode.
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...WE don't like each other but a fair question; "IF aliens created us....who created them? it DOES BECOME A FAIR QUESTION. something had to kick start the whole thing- so...God id the creator, who create him?
 Quoting: CelestialMaiden


That is a question I've been begging of the various religious sects for years. If God is the creator who created him, and then who created his creator, and so on.
 Quoting: AgnosticDeity




i also, am intrigued by this question.

the only plausible answer i have ever received is, that god always has, and always will exist.

unfortunately that opens the door to numerous other questions.

for instance, what in the world could he possibly be doing during the eternity before creation, especially if the earth is only 6000 years old.

an eternity of just 'being" is too hard for me to grasp.
 Quoting: david 16910407


It just turtles and elephants all the way down.
 Quoting: AgnosticDeity


soooo.....then,...God cant be the answer cause who created him...and if he was created, then who created the one that created him....and on and on...so the alternative answer is WHAT ??? maybe none of us exist and we just think we do?
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That is a question I've been begging of the various religious sects for years. If God is the creator who created him, and then who created his creator, and so on.
 Quoting: AgnosticDeity




i also, am intrigued by this question.

the only plausible answer i have ever received is, that god always has, and always will exist.

unfortunately that opens the door to numerous other questions.

for instance, what in the world could he possibly be doing during the eternity before creation, especially if the earth is only 6000 years old.

an eternity of just 'being" is too hard for me to grasp.
 Quoting: david 16910407


It just turtles and elephants all the way down.
 Quoting: AgnosticDeity


soooo.....then,...God cant be the answer cause who created him...and if he was created, then who created the one that created him....and on and on...so the alternative answer is WHAT ??? maybe none of us exist and we just think we do?
 Quoting: CelestialMaiden


You are a figment of your own imagination.
There is a theory which states that if ever anybody discovers exactly what the Universe is for and why it is here, it will instantly disappear and be replaced by something even more bizarre and inexplicable. There is another theory which states that this has already happened.
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While I believe firmly in extra terrestrial life, I'm not so certain that they brought life to earth, or had much of a hand in the evolution of life here. My biggest problem with the E.T. origins theory is the same one I have with the hand of God theory, and that is this: Why, what was the point?

Some sort of science project? Set life in motion on this planet, sit back and have a good laugh at what the sentient beings get up to, come down from time to time to give anal probes in trailer parks?(j/k on the probe bit god is against anal sex).

But then again , something had to kick start the whole shooting match, and aliens are just as likely a source as God. But that brings another question to mind; if aliens created us, who, or what created them?
 Quoting: AgnosticDeity


...WE don't like each other but a fair question; "IF aliens created us....who created them? it DOES BECOME A FAIR QUESTION. something had to kick start the whole thing- so...God id the creator, who create him?
 Quoting: CelestialMaiden


That is a question I've been begging of the various religious sects for years. If God is the creator who created him, and then who created his creator, and so on.
 Quoting: AgnosticDeity




i also, am intrigued by this question.

the only plausible answer i have ever received is, that god always has, and always will exist.

unfortunately that opens the door to numerous other questions.

for instance, what in the world could he possibly be doing during the eternity before creation, especially if the earth is only 6000 years old.

an eternity of just 'being" is too hard for me to grasp.
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because we cannot "Grasp" something..means it is not so?


What was God doing all the eternity before he began to create???? MAYBE he was using his "imagination" to come up with the incredible Creation in the life we see around us



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Re: Hey lets play Darwin versus Disney! Who's imagination was better?
y'all need to review former professor of evolution, Walter Veith's youtubes on evolution for scientific proof evolution is total rubbish...

he has a few good ones that answer many questions... here's one on dan complexity:

[link to www.youtube.com]

then watch jim vieira's presentation on megalithic structures and the documented evidence for a civilization of giants on earth...

[link to www.youtube.com]

:)

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i also, am intrigued by this question.

the only plausible answer i have ever received is, that god always has, and always will exist.

unfortunately that opens the door to numerous other questions.

for instance, what in the world could he possibly be doing during the eternity before creation, especially if the earth is only 6000 years old.

an eternity of just 'being" is too hard for me to grasp.
 Quoting: david 16910407


It just turtles and elephants all the way down.
 Quoting: AgnosticDeity


soooo.....then,...God cant be the answer cause who created him...and if he was created, then who created the one that created him....and on and on...so the alternative answer is WHAT ??? maybe none of us exist and we just think we do?
 Quoting: CelestialMaiden


You are a figment of your own imagination.
 Quoting: AgnosticDeity


I must be 'cause God woulda done better this this making me.

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