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Old 07-25-2010, 11:47 PM   #11
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And soon after the Chicken came, so did Colonel Sanders!
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"many moons ago wild chicken roamed these plains and then along came a colonel" or if you prefer "new from the colonel chicken and ****" sorry i watch a lot of comedy and that i truly interesting thanks for the post
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Originally Posted by GXP Venom View Post
Since you asked:

Being a staunch Creationalist, this is only one of a multitude of facts that point to the fact that animals just appeared. All at once, in a physically unexplainable supernatural event. There are so many species that couldn't live without another being there at the same moment in time. Add to that the enzymes and bacteria that needed to be there for them to survive, and what would happen if the checks and balances weren't all in place. All life began at once. We have lost alot of species, many species have seen both adaptive and mutative selection, but some hard facts that are still coming to light cant be explained by evolutionists. In recorded history, not one example of a new species can be found, and apes and monkeys,..... are still apes and monkeys. These earlier apes were in fact apes. Not Hominids. Neanderthal was the first man. Don't these people ever wonder why artifacts only go back to 10,000 + or - years. If a human bone is really 6 Million years old.... wouldn't all the things humans can use and create exist alongside them. Evolutionist are to busy trying to logically legitimize a theory and ignore a constant onslaught of scientific hard evidence. They rather dream up sequences of maybes to support a notion, rather then bring in accountability of all evidence. Maybe they did descend from gorilla'*. They certainly think like one.
Wow... My mind was just blown. I try not to get into this topic, since I know nothing about it, so I don't end up looking stupid. But an interesting subject nonetheless.
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