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Originally posted by shihulud
Evolution is fine until you start to dig deeper then holes start to appear
evolution cannot explain certain anomalies in human species.
My own take on this is that we were genetically manipulated by an advanced race
Originally posted by connectabore
I do not believe anyone can take away from any beleifs originating from any number of cultures and their various religions that have followed them through a great number of generations.
So I found myself drawn to a source of channelled information called Oahspe.
It is really overly complex in many ways. Yet it teaches that all things including humans were created firstly by a process refered to as vortexia.
At that time we were one sex and was not until a much later date that this form was split into male and female.
The concept of creation being initiated by a vortex has actually caught some scientific interest almost a hundred years after the conception of the Oahspe.
So if you guys want to get all excited about these pipedreams
pseudoscientists desperately trying to offer some kind of hope to those looking to escape the idea that God is watching them
well, have a ball reading about the latest find of bones and skulls put out by the people looking for grant money that are just giving the people what they want.
Originally posted by resistance
I guess ATS has an official position that a belief in Creationism is a "conspiracy"
I don't believe atoms just pop out of a vacuum all by themself.
And if the brilliant scientists can't create life in the lab or even one cell on purpose, how do they think this all happened by accident?
If you saw a building and somebody told you the boards just all fell into place by accident, would you believe it? But you think brains and eyes and bodies and hearts and veins can form accidentally?
Well, who created the planet and made it just the right size, just the right distance from the sun and the moon?
Who put water and soil on it?
Or are you so full of hate toward God and the Bible
Originally posted by ZPE StarPilot
The PBS show was really good. It gave the current understanding of human events. And it is amazing, that it's now understood that many human species existed at the same time, not in a linear pattern of evolution. Even to the extent that they existed at the same time, and in the same place! Catch the show if you can.
I would say our understanding of the past is evolving, as we search for the truth.
Originally posted by kenshiro2012
I have to agree with Nygdan (ow the horror, the horror )
The belief in Creationism in of itself is not a conspiracy.
The conspiracy lies with the agenda that some Creationists have in attempting to supplant science. Examples of which is the recent halabahoo in Topeka, Kansas, the trial that is taking place in Philidephia are just a few examples of what I am saying.
I will though say that there is another conspiracy. This one is lead by the scientific communitee as well as many wannaba scientists that basically want to deny the possibility that creationism. Sorry could not help myself.
FYI, as my buddy Nygdan can tell you, I am a beleiver in Creationism
[edit on 14-10-2005 by kenshiro2012]