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Posts by doc30

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  • Coulter: 'I Don't Think of It As a Murder'

    06/24/2009 7:46:06 AM PDT · 183 of 211
    doc30 to RobinMasters

    Is Ann huckstering a new book right now?

  • 101 evidences for a young age of the earth...and the universe

    06/04/2009 1:43:47 PM PDT · 109 of 163
    doc30 to GodGunsGuts

    This isn’t a news item yet you posted this creationist propaganda in News/Activism. Shouldn’t this be in Religion or Chat? And the material isn’t even factually correct, but just fanciful musings wihtout grounding in reality and is even self-contradicting.

  • Darwinism and the Nazi race Holocaust

    05/29/2009 6:46:12 AM PDT · 61 of 71
    doc30 to GodGunsGuts
    Hitler was a full-on evolutionist, and he had a seething hatred for Christianity. Indeed, he planned on destroying Christianity at the first opportunity. Surely you know all this?

    I'm sorry. I do not live in the deluded fantasy world of GodGunsGuts.

  • Tancredo Says It's Time To Legalize Drugs; Former Congressman Says Drug War Lost

    05/22/2009 8:46:01 AM PDT · 85 of 210
    doc30 to rabscuttle385

    Ending the prohibition on pot would hurt the two segments of our population that want to keep it illegal: 1) the black market players (growers/smuggler/sellers) that will lose profits if legal product was commercially available and 2) the law enforement agencies that would lose funding from the government and from property siezures and who would have to lay off thousands of officers because of the lack of work.

    The rest of the country would benefit by reduction in prison populations, less expensive product negating criminal activity to fund a drug habit (prostitution, burglary,etc) and a government with a new revenue stream via pot taxes.

  • Using “Evolutionary Algorithms” by Intelligent Design

    05/13/2009 5:32:58 AM PDT · 195 of 202
    doc30 to GodGunsGuts; CottShop

    CottShop, GGG, your posts are Epic Science Fail. Lay readers will come away with less knowledge than if they didn’t read your posts. In summary, you simply don’t know what you are talking about.

  • Norway wants to ban sale of gas-powered cars

    04/27/2009 8:53:21 AM PDT · 1 of 31
    doc30
    Ban does not include hybrids and biofuel vehicles.
  • What Does It Take to Fossilize a Brain?

    03/11/2009 1:49:14 PM PDT · 37 of 45
    doc30 to metmom
    If you think the threads lack science, contribute some. Explain the fossilized brain.

    Pearls before swine? Dog training is easier than teaching the like of you and the other cretards science. At least dogs can be motivated to learn.

  • What Does It Take to Fossilize a Brain?

    03/11/2009 11:03:05 AM PDT · 32 of 45
    doc30 to CottShop
    [[Spamming the same guff over and over seems to have done the trick for you.]]

    Are you EVER goign to discuss ANY of the science GGG posts? Or are you simply goign to keep posting childish insults and whining about ‘spamming’ while ignoring hte science and spamming yourself?

    When GGG actually posts science, then it would be of interest to discuss it. Until then, it is best to ignore such cretards. There is no point in discussing with someone who doesn't even know the subject.

  • Fish Studies Answer Flood Question

    03/09/2009 9:34:38 AM PDT · 6 of 27
    doc30 to GodGunsGuts

    Teh Stupid is strong in this one.

  • Results from nationwide poll (Overwhelming support for teaching both sides of Evolution debate)

    02/20/2009 10:35:20 AM PST · 200 of 228
    doc30 to GodGunsGuts
    True enough. But if those wholes are being picked based on the hypothesis that the biblical account of creation and the noaitic flood are true, then it’s science. For instance: creationists predict that the earth is young, they predict not a tree of life, but an orchard of trees with no transitionals outside the bounds of the biblical kinds; they predict evidence of a global flood, etc, etc. They are forming hypothesis, and they are testing the same using the creationists have yet to find any evidence of such occurences whereas there are mountains of evidence against them. Hence, the need to corrupt science to make it fit the warped, "Lyin' for the Lord" creationist/ID superstition of a special 6 day creation 6000 years ago. Creationists need to be comforted in their ignorance.
  • FL - Mandatory dog/cat sterilization bills introduced - Jail time for violators!

    02/16/2009 6:26:45 AM PST · 1 of 20
    doc30
    The bottom line is that the bill mandates spay/neuter for all dogs and cats in FL. Mandatory jail time is required for conviction of a third offense! Yup, if you are caught with an intact dog or cat, you can go to jail under the proposed laws!

    And if your dog or cat gets picked up by animal services or the SPCA, the animal would have to be fixed before returning to the owner, even if it is a show champion! And if you travel, you can be in violation if you are ever present in a county that decides not to offer excemption permits and your dog forced to be sterilized.

    A FL Senate bill also mandates vaccinations 14 days any travel and that would go against standard veterinarian practice and endanger the health of puppies.

    Where such laws have been put into practice, the stray animal population has exploded because people will not drop off unwanted puppies and kittens at shelters for fear of prosecution. They dump them on the street instead.

    The bill was introduced by a liberla Democrat from Orlando. Why do they want to terminate the dog species via sterilization?

  • The AP Model and Shannon Theory Show the Incompleteness of Darwin’s ToE

    01/28/2009 5:39:02 PM PST · 352 of 752
    doc30 to betty boop
    I want to make sure I understand your question. Are you asking how biological information is physically implemented?

    Well, that's a different question, but an interesting one. What I want to understand is how a living thing fights the effects of entropy. If a living thing does that at the base cellular/chemical level, learning how it does it might help battle the effects of entropy in other areas, don't you think?

  • Don’t Call it “Darwinism” [religiously defended as "science" by Godless Darwinists]

    01/28/2009 11:52:51 AM PST · 6 of 1,329
    doc30 to chuck_the_tv_out

    Technically, it would be wierd seeing Darminists dancing around anything. I do not believe there are any Darwinists alive anymore. They’ve all passed on from old age by now.

  • The AP Model and Shannon Theory Show the Incompleteness of Darwin’s ToE

    01/28/2009 11:24:50 AM PST · 338 of 752
    doc30 to betty boop
    It doesn't. The article makes a point of showing that the second law applies throughout the life of the organism.

    I think this is from the section in your article:

    And yet we know that every cell is subject to the second law — simply by needing to fuel itself, it subjects itself to the effects of entropy, otherwise known as heat death. And although it can and does stave off such effects for a while, doing so requires the cell or species constantly to deal with maintaining distance from entropy in all its living functional components, organized globally. Entropy plays a big part in all life — from cells to completed species.

    How does a living thing stave off the effects of entropy? What does it do?

  • The AP Model and Shannon Theory Show the Incompleteness of Darwin’s ToE

    01/28/2009 6:58:26 AM PST · 283 of 752
    doc30 to betty boop
    And yet it appears that living organisms remain living only so long as they are “successfully communicating” information. When that process stops, the organism dies; i.e., becomes subject to the second law of thermodynamics — the consequences of which the now-deceased organism had managed to optimally distance itself from while alive.

    Why does the 2nd law of thermodynamics only apply to organisms after they die? Can their information content still be communicated? And why or why not?

  • Darwin, Saint of Science

    01/22/2009 9:23:35 AM PST · 18 of 24
    doc30 to LiteKeeper

    If you review any crevo thread on FR, that flow chart is spot on.

  • Young Earth Creationist Attack on the New Texas Earth and Space Science Course

    01/21/2009 9:01:04 AM PST · 118 of 346
    doc30 to tpanther

    Your links simply demostrate that a majority of Americans are scientifically illiterate. That’s the flaw cretards are trying to exploit. This isn’t a debate about hearing both sides like you would in a debate. This is science. Creationism isn’t science. You can dress it up and try and take creationism out of the church and put it in schools, but you can’t take the church out of creationism. Isn’t it ironic that you are allying yourself with muslim fundamentalists who have also banned evolution from being taught in certain middle eastern countries?

  • Lt. Starbuck … Lost In Castration.

    01/20/2009 1:18:38 PM PST · 157 of 281
    doc30 to fr_freak
    It was for about the first season, and then it crashed and burned for every reason that Benedict described. The moral ambiguity is the worst. The queers in Hollywood couldn't stand to have clearly defined good and evil, even when one of the sides tried to annihilate the other by way of a nuclear sneak attack. That's what makes that show now unwatchable. They even had an episode where the humans had the perfect opportunity to wipe out all the Cylons at once by use of some kind of virus, but one of the wussy male pilots decided that we just didn't "have the right to arbitrarily wipe out a whole species". Never mind the fact that the Cylons tried to do exactly that to humans and were almost successful and never mind that the Cylons are freaking machines. It's disgusting.

    The whole point of the show was if humanity has the right to exist. What makes the humans better than the machines? It's not much different than humanity today. That example was a strong part of the plot line. The humans didn't wipe out the Cylons. And later in the show, the Cylons realized that the genocide of the humans made them just like the humans so they stopped. THat's why they occupied New Caprica. I believe one of the underlying ideas in the show is that humanity and the cyclons need to reconcile or neither will survive.

  • Lt. Starbuck … Lost In Castration.

    01/20/2009 1:08:40 PM PST · 156 of 281
    doc30 to EveningStar

    I just don’t see the political correctness. I thought that when I first heard the news, and I really ralphed when I heard the Cyclons look like humans. But I gave it a chance and it came out remarkably well. And the re-imaged Starbuck is definitely a troubled character. And it goes into why she has the tough-guy thing going on. The original Starbuck was a cardboard cutout caricature of a man.

    Give the pilot miniseries a chance. They do a good job of paying respect to the old show, too.

  • Young Earth Creationist Attack on the New Texas Earth and Space Science Course

    01/20/2009 8:09:21 AM PST · 34 of 346
    doc30 to js1138

    Texas has a lot of sane, rational people. A lot of defense contractors, semi-conductor companies, aerospace as well as a big petrochemical industry. I’m sure the people at these places, like the Johnson space center, are going to love having their kids exposed to YEC crap that contradicts what their parents do for a living. And that’s on top of some fairly prominent research universities, too.

    It would be even more interesting if this goes through and the Texas high schools lose accredation with respect to their diplomas being valid for admittance to colleges and universities. Some California Christian high schools got hit with that a few years ago and that was over teaching YEC creationism and warping science to fit their religious superstitions. Teach kids garbage and they won’t be able to handle science majors in college without a good brain bleaching.