I can think of dozens of questions I would like to ask that simply cannot be asked because the axioms that scientists use.
If we were near the center of the universe, what kind of effects would that have on time?
What about blue and red shift?
Could this have anything to do with the Pioneer effect?
Nonsense! Everybody knows the Universe has no center!
</Evolutionary Scientist> (In honor of Coyoteman)
Ah yes, consensus must not be questioned.
(Thanks for the ping!)
posted on 01/31/2009 2:56:38 AM PST
(I believe in a Woman's right to choose, even if she hasn't been born yet.)
Of course the Earth is at/near the center of the Universe. God’s glorious Design is for our sake, and it’s fitting that we would have a place at center-stage, so to speak. Evo-Atheists have tried to belittle our position in order to make us some cosmic accident scattered at the fringes of an impersonal Cosmos.
posted on 01/31/2009 12:58:42 PM PST
("Darwinism" is Satanism.)
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