Genesis 7 Reviews: Episode 4 To Venus – Diamanda

It’s the Christian, young-Earth Creationist version of Star Trek made for kids. Its as brilliant as you’d expect. Episode 4 To Venus.

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4 Comments on "Genesis 7 Reviews: Episode 4 To Venus – Diamanda"

Dechha1981
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Thank you!

The English language doesn’t quite have a word for what it is when Theists accuse Evolution of being religious, especially when they use a tone of voice that implies that Evolution is bad because it’s religious.

Hypocracy is the pot calling the egg black. This is the pot calling the egg black.

Snorgatch Pandalume
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It’s more a matter of them trying to claim that evolution isn’t better than what they believe because they’re both supposedly based on faith. This is what is known as false equivalency. Granted, it isn’t much of a selling point for their position to say: “Your shit is just as crazy as my shit,” but they don’t care about that. They just want to bring evolution down to their level so they don’t look inferior for not believing it. You have to remember that these people are incredibly intellectually insecure. They crave the respect and legitimacy that science stole from… Read more »
Dechha1981
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Actually something just occured to me;
Glasses have the same problem as hats and skirts, they remain in place basically because gravity. In space, it makes little sense to wear clothes that can float off you. Goggles make a lot more sense, goggles will remain on your head underwater. He should be wearing perscription goggles.

Then again, these idiots think Evolution has anything to do with planets, planets are supposed to be the same size and climate scientists did their research on Venus not Earth, so, in general we’re gonna get less scientific accuracy than Plan 9.

Snorgatch Pandalume
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Apparently, these people possess faster-than-light communication, since a ship in orbit around Venus is having a conversation in real time with someone on Earth, instead of having to wait a minimum of 5 minutes for their transmissions to travel back and forth. And that’s assuming Venus and Earth are at their closest approaches to each other, which only happens once a year. So much for real science.

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