Heliocentrism is an Atheist Doctrine

This is fasinating reading. I found myself having to make conscious efforts to stay calm and not shout at my computer at times. It really is quite something though.

It's easy to be judgemental about such things, and indeed about the US Presidential candidate it's all there for. He tells us that the earth is not running out of oil and various other things besides. No doubt comforting words to many.

I wonder why people would choose not to learn things though (even things that are well argued and described rationally). That's the thing I understand the least about "these people".

Submitted by coofercat on Fri, 2007-05-25 15:49


They're being serious?

I assumed this was satirical but after reading the comments I'm not so sure (particularly as they've never heard of Jonathan Swift).

A blog like that is exactly the sort of place you do not want to get into a serious discussion as "these people" seem completely incapable of understanding the fallacies in their arguments. 'Sisyphus'(condemned to repeat pointless task over and over?)makes ridiculus assertions as if they are incontrovertible truths: "Who could look at a sunset and call it a result of random coincidence?" he states. He might as well have added "Hah, get round that?"

Well, he's really got me there. I guess all that rubbish about planets, and gravity and wavelengths and refraction and particles really is a crock because I've just seen the sunset and there can be NO OTHER EXPLANATION than the work of God.

I'm starting to get really angry now, but thanks for letting me vent.

Submitted by Anonymous Coward (not verified) on Mon, 2007-06-04 11:09.