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[After asking "what is space", and being referred to Stephen Hawking's <a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/055380202X?v=glance" target="_blank">The Universe in the Nutshell</a> and <a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0553380168?v=glance" target="_blank">A Brief History of Time</a>]

I'd prefer not to read anything by Steven Hawking, but hey, what can it hurt? Maybe I'll learn something.

crystaleaglesprings, Evolution Fairytale Forum 12 Comments [8/9/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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O.O an intelligent fundie? why are the on here then?

10/15/2007 4:37:02 PM

Giga Guess

Whoa! Baby steps!

10/15/2007 4:54:11 PM


Ya think?

10/15/2007 4:55:33 PM


1'd. Even if it's reluctant, they're making an effort.

10/15/2007 5:23:41 PM

Caustic Gnostic

Hope springs eternal.

10/15/2007 5:37:00 PM

Brian X

Yeah, you might. Fancy that.

10/18/2007 1:34:11 AM


Well, the part of this fundie's post where he/she says "maybe I'll learn something" assumes that there are enough functioning brain cells present to perform this task. Which, if the individual in question is already subscribing to the views of a forum calling itself "Evolution Fairytale", is seriously in question.

Plus, I think Hawking would be wasted on someone who has yet to graduate from crayon.

10/18/2007 10:40:25 AM


I'd like to think so but I'm not going to bet on it.

10/18/2007 11:39:23 AM

Ed Hubble

Why don't you try Hawking's "The Large Scale Structure of Spacetime" and don't come back until you can do all the homework problems.

10/18/2007 11:55:16 AM

Giga Guess

All sarcasm aside, it DOES inspire hope that there are Fundies (And in this case, at least in this context, the term is kinda loose) that are willing to challenge their beliefs a little.

10/18/2007 1:32:52 PM


Why is this here?

10/18/2007 3:49:57 PM


Maybe you will. We can only hope.

10/18/2007 3:55:52 PM

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