Quote# 100135

what fossil record? Even darwin knew that it didn't support his theory. Evos have been trying to rationalize the non-gradualistic/catastrophic-looking fossil record for years...this is what PE is all about. My question is how do long-agers rationalize dino-bones (including dino meat) laying on top of the ground so that American Indians and other ancients could find them and use them for tools. According to evo theory, 120 million year old bones should be way down below the surface.

supersport, Talk Rational 31 Comments [3/24/2014 3:03:50 AM]
Fundie Index: 27
Username:
Comment:



1 2 | bottom

anothga

Even darwin knew that it didn't support his theory.
[citation needed]

3/24/2014 3:42:08 AM

Mister Spak

Why is this cretino suddenly back? Was she let out of the institution?

3/24/2014 3:43:55 AM

pete

One word: erosion.

3/24/2014 3:58:30 AM

Goomy pls

Darwin said that the fossil record as it was known then might discredit evolution.

He never said the fossil record doesn't support evolution.

3/24/2014 4:11:52 AM

Sangfroid

Lie, lie, lie.


3/24/2014 5:00:25 AM

Swede

Oh look, it's stupidsport!

Darwin didn't know about the discoveries that have been done since his death.
PE? Premature ejection?

Earthquakes and erosion can explain how things that have been buried for millions of years are uncovered.

3/24/2014 5:15:25 AM



According to creationsists, god crapped the universe out of his ass after eating a giant burrito.

See? I can make up shit that makes you look like a fucking moron, too. But most times you do that for us.

3/24/2014 5:20:39 AM

Doubting Thomas

You're absolutely right, supersport. That is, if you ignore the vast fossil record which support evolutionary theory.

3/24/2014 5:23:19 AM

creativerealms

The fossil record has improved dramatically since Darwin's day and it does indeed support evolution. Far more then it supports a global flood anyway.

3/24/2014 5:26:11 AM

creativerealms

That's just it the fossil record is gradual, if creation was right and the flood caused all/most fossils you would expect to find dinosaurs with mammoths with humans with cows with dogs, sabortooth tigers, kangaroos, pandas, crocs, sloths, and so on. You don't find that.

3/24/2014 5:30:57 AM

Pule Thamex

One thing in supersport's favour is that at least Jesus is never gonna make an appearance while 'evo theory' has some currency in the world today. So, Yay! Probably.

3/24/2014 6:11:02 AM

Mr Blur

supersport is back!
And dumb as ever.

3/24/2014 7:19:47 AM

Agahnim

Wait, what?

3/24/2014 7:21:09 AM

Kuno

Even darwin knew that it didn't support his theory.

Even if that were true (which it isn't), we have found quite a few more fossils than the ones known to Darwin over 150 years ago.

3/24/2014 7:45:58 AM

pyro



This fossil record.

3/24/2014 8:24:29 AM

SpukiKitty

What does Phys Ed have to do with dinosaurs?

3/24/2014 8:32:23 AM

freako104

And you still don't understand evolution

3/24/2014 9:26:55 AM

John

how do long-agers rationalize dino-bones (including dino meat) laying on top of the ground

Erosion.

Next stupid question.

3/24/2014 10:01:38 AM

nazani14

Visit the Grand Canyon, which is the textbook for geology and evolution.

3/24/2014 10:10:36 AM

NonProphet

Apparently, Supersport admitted on that very site to being a troll.

Ah well, s/he was good for a laugh.

3/24/2014 10:19:14 AM

Old Viking

And why is there all that trash on the ground near the gazebo? Damned evos.

3/24/2014 12:30:12 PM

Grogs

@swede:PE? Premature ejection?

My guess is that he means punctuated equilibrium. Basically the idea that populations will remain constant for a long time until some type of evolutionary pressure comes along and forces them to change rapidly or die out. Of course, the fact that the idea was developed by real biologists based on their observations of the fossil record is an irony that seems to be lost on this chump.

3/24/2014 1:18:30 PM

Canadiest

"dino-bones (including dino meat) laying on top of the ground so that American Indians and other ancients could find them and use them for tools."

OK, Who the fuck did he get that shit from?

3/24/2014 2:08:15 PM

Mech610

"My question is how do long-agers rationalize dino-bones (including dino meat) laying on top of the ground so that American Indians and other ancients could find them and use them for tools."

Weeeee don't? Because that never happened.

"According to evo theory, 120 million year old bones should be way down below the surface."

They are. They are also embedded in rock.

3/24/2014 2:44:18 PM

solomongrundy

Sorry to disappoint you all but supersport's not been let out of the asylum. The OP dates back to April 2008.

3/24/2014 2:56:39 PM

1 2 | top: comments page