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Nov 30, 2012

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Margaret Moffett Banks

This has huge implications. It could change how fundamentalists view science. Probably one of the biggest developments in religion in quite a while.

Andrew Brod

Pat Robertson said that? Next thing you know, conservatives will finally admit that:

1) Climate change is anthropogenic;
2) Rape doesn't reduce the probability of pregnancy;
3) Tax cuts don't raise tax revenue.

Any of us holding our breath?

Worst Person on the Internet

Yes, those kooky conservatives who think the climate changed before man came along. Go easy on 'em, they can't help it. But here's winking at'cha.

JustCorbly

>>"... the climate changed before man came along."

That requires not believing man came along a few days after the climate got going.

Still, the fact that the climate changes without human interference is not the point at issue there.

Robertson says weird stuff on a regular basis. However, I applaud this little foray into reality, as unintended as I suspect it was.

Thomas

"Forty-six percent of Americans believe that God created humans in their present form at one point within the past 10,000 years..."

That's one of the scariest and saddest things I've read in a long time.

Worst person on the internet

Yeah, I'm more threatened and depressed by that than anything I can recall in recent memory. I actually KNOW some of those people. And right here at Christmas and Hannukah, too.

tk solomon

if one is scared and saddened by a belief held by a minority I have some information that may provide some comfort. 90% of the 46% and 90% of 47% uninfluenced by Romney put their children on yellow school busses. Their core belief is the same. Whatever G-d, which took however long to do whatever, can still be expelled from the schools where the 90% are abandoned. Relax.

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