Thursday, February 22, 2007

i was -sure- i felt it, dammit

Thanks to R. Mildred, I have learned, as I do every damn day, something new:

The Earth Is Not Moving


2006

All of the evidence that is required to expose and destroy the counterfeit Copernican Model of a rotating and orbiting Earth--and the entire evolutionary paradigm resting upon that counterfeit--is set out in this book (HERE) & in scores of links on this web page.

Those who read some or all of these links will quickly realize that this is no idle claim. Rather--as will become evident with each subject listed--there is abundant hard proof that both the Copernican Counterfeit and the Big Bang Evolutionary Paradigm that is built upon it are factless frauds from start to finish.

Indeed, the diligent reader will be astonished at the level of demonstrable hi-tech fraud, baseless assumptions, occult mathematics, etc.,--all part of a religious conspiracy!--that has been at work over many centuries implanting the incredible evolution myth about the origin of the Universe, the Earth, and Mankind.

On this web page the Bible is not used to prove anything scientific. Instead, the scientific facts--along with historical and religious facts-- prove the Bible to be precisely what it claims to be, namely, the infallible Word of God.


also note:

THREE PART LEGAL MODEL FOR REMOVING EVOLUTIONISM FROM SCHOOLS IN THE USA

PART I - GEORGIA HB 179 MODEL - HERE - 2 pgs

PART II - ATTACHMENT OF EVIDENCE FOR HB 179 - HERE - 6 pgs

PART III - ADDENDUM WITH EXTRA RELATED EVIDENCE - HERE - 9 pgs

***Once the information in these three links reaches the Courtrooms of the USA, the death knell of evolutionism will have begun.***

The GA Rep has decided not to introduce the Bill because of the viscous attacks it has stirred up.



Viscous attacks are the very worst.

31 comments:

Rosie said...

I wonder if they would consider, "Are you on crack? No, really. Are you?"
a vicious attack.

Damn. It just seems like every time I turn around they are trying to legislate me back to the damn Dark Ages. I have it on good authority that it was really muddy back then and people didn't bathe very much and I'm not at all interested in going there.

ballgame said...

Speaking of, 'what fools these maroons be', this was also pretty good.

Eli said...

No crackpottery barn can be complete without Timecube.

belledame222 said...

crackpottery barn! win!

belledame222 said...

Rosie: it's not a vicious attack, anyway. it's a VISCOUS attack. you know, like primordial soup, except there ain't no such thing. God's Pudding, perhaps, then.

JackGoff said...

Ah, Gene Ray, Cubic. His is not a singular as I orginally thought, as this fixed earth horseshit shows.

Um, yeah, the Earth precesses, a phenomenon that causes many things, namely, uh, the seasons. And look up Foucault's Pendulum. Thanks.

Renegade Evolution said...

HAHHHAAHHA. Okay. Done now.

KH said...

For several years I regularly somehow used to get postcards advertising some kind of Rube Goldberg self-defense device that was supposed to be effective in fending off both viscous criminals & viscous animals (snails?). There were drawings.

Eli said...

The problem with viscous attacks is that they almost always stick.


(Of course, in politics, most vicious attacks tend to have rather viscous tendencies as well...)

Unsane said...

You can't even swim through a viscous attack on a cold day.

Rootietoot said...

Y'know, as a Christian Evolutionist Round Earth Believer, those people irritate the stew out of me because they make the rest of the world think anyone with "christian" attached to their bio is a nutjob just like them.
*sigh*

please, please tell me you don't think we're all like that. I need reassurance. and a cup of hot chocolate.

Rootietoot said...

and yeah, I live in Georgia. If this stuff goes through, I'll be homeschooling my kids, teaching them evolution and *gasp* religious tolerance.

Phlegmatic said...

Its great how they say "take your time, check it all out, decide for yourself." I only had a quick point and laugh, and then left. Im wary of things like that, becuase I think just by simply reading them they can make you stupider....

*ahem* More stupid.

belledame222 said...

-hands RT a cup of reassurement, and another of hot chocolate-

Rootietoot said...

ty...sigh

*viscous attack* snicker....my dear ol' dad calls preachers and car salesmen "mucilaginous". Sometimes they even thank him for the compliment.

Rootietoot said...

Oh and another thing (I'm developing your habit for serial comments). I have this theory about the whole Creation bit (plus other stuff in Genesis, like Noah and all). God gave Moses this info, He said "I made everything and here's how:" And moses said "whut" and so God simplified it so Moses could kinda get it, and Moses simplified it more, until "Over Eons (what's an Eon, God? It's a span of time. "Like a day" yeah sorta)I created stuff in this order: Light and dark, land and sea, fish and fowl, walkies and crawlies, and men." So Moses wrote "the first day God made A. The second day God made B...(and so on). I mean, this was 5000 years ago and Moses, while undoubtedly intelligent, just hadn't ever though of an eon before.

Yeah, I have been accused of heresy. Fortunately my belief in the creation story is not the ticket I need to get to heaven. And don't even get me started on pre-mid-or post millenialist Rapture theories.

Faith said...

what.the.fuck.

Rootietoot said...

Faith...it's called 'satire'

Eli said...

RT - Your interpretation actually sounds rather a lot like the defense attorney's in Inherit The Wind, where he questioned whether we really know how long those "days" were (especially before God created light).

Also, you might want to check out www.mrdeity.com - I put one up on my blog every Sunday.

Faith said...

" Faith...it's called 'satire'"

Um, I was referring to Belle's post...

belledame222 said...

eli: I was just thinking of Inherit the Wind...

Rootietoot said...

Faith- ok...I've gotten that reaction before, and did my usual jump to conclusion :o)

Eli said...

I wonder what percentage of creationists think "Inherit The Wind" is a collection of fart jokes.

(And does *anybody* do word verification more ineptly than Blogger? It took me three tries before a verification word even showed up...)

Faith said...

Rootie,

No problem. Understood.

Renegade Eye said...

How is this for being weasely, The Intelligent Designer created Evolution?

Eli said...

How is this for being weasely, The Intelligent Designer created Evolution?

Not that weaselly, really - if God (presumably) created the laws of physics and biology, why not the law of natural selection as well?

At most, maybe He might put His thumb on the scale once in a while ("I must make sure these humans survive, at least until the one called O'Reilly appears"), but I like the idea of the Prime Mover who just sets everything in motion and maybe monitors to make sure it doesn't go off-track. Like a big antfarm or something.

Of course, I'm atheist/Jewgnostic, so what do I know...
(Look, if I believed in an all-knowing, all-seeing God, I'd probably never have sex again.)

Veronica said...

Gosh. What an idiot. Doesn't he know that the world is FLAT! What is this unGodly "globe" he speaks of?

Faith said...

"Gosh. What an idiot. Doesn't he know that the world is FLAT! What is this unGodly "globe" he speaks of?"

Right on, Veronica! Next thing you know he'll start claiming illness are caused by germs and shit instead of possession by evil spirits!

The horrors!

R. Mildred said...

How is this for being weasely, The Intelligent Designer created Evolution?

Well that would imply that God works through the exceedingly mysterious ways known as "physics", and that a rational observation of the world God created might yield a better understanding of God via Its creation.

Whihc is just crazy talk.

Right on, Veronica! Next thing you know he'll start claiming illness are caused by germs and shit instead of possession by evil spirits!

What are these "spirits" you speak of? Surely the only true sauce of illness is the miasma and sinning!

Bint Alshamsa said...

I happen to know for a fact that all of you are dead wrong. God personally told me that the earth is resting on the back of a rather large star turtle. All unbelievers must report for lobotomization immediately!

The Scarlet Pervygirl said...

Dammit, I was *totally with them* on their crackpot idea until they brought God and evolution into it. Just sucked the fun right out of it, didn't they.

They're right, of course, though only temporarily: the Earth stops moving sometime in the middle of January, and doesn't start up again until well into, oh, April. This is the reason a 28-day month lasts approximately four years. Fucking February.