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[Replying to 'So you really believe there was a solid dome!!!']duh... Bible doesn't say how thick it was and what kept it from falling could have been the simple weighlessness of space, ya know?

Angyl, Rapture Ready 10 Comments [1/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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No such thing as weightlessness, it's only an illusion. The feeling of weightlessness is actually a loss of normal force

12/5/2006 9:54:08 PM

David D.G.

I notice he refers to this giant dome in the past tense. Does he think that the entire cosmological structure has been changed from crystal spheres around a central Earth to what modern science sees now? If so, when? After the Global Flood? During the time of Copernicus and Galileo? Or when?

~David D.G.

12/5/2006 10:07:55 PM


Don't you just love creationist armchair science?

8/4/2009 4:02:35 PM


it's been awhile since I've flipped through the old testament, but I'm pretty sure there aren't any Biblical references to an 'ice dome.'

7/6/2010 7:54:01 PM


And this is why so many of them fail in science class.

7/6/2010 8:27:56 PM

Quantum Mechanic

The simple weighlessness(sic) of your missing brain explains a lot.

7/6/2010 9:56:58 PM


"ya know?"


11/16/2010 6:59:23 PM


However thick this completely fictictious dome may have been, it would be paper thin compared to how thick the average Rapture Ready poster is.

11/17/2010 1:39:49 AM

Quantum Mechanic

Better yet, it could be bullshit only a brain dead idiot would take seriously.

5/23/2014 7:52:51 AM


That 'dome' represents the entirety of the universe, according to your literal Bible.

So unless the Jim Carrey film "The Truman Show" is a documentary, there just 'happened' to be a convenient trapdoor for that Vostok-1 vehicle (which sent up Sputnik-1 in 1957), and the International Space Station is in Hyperspace (a la "Babylon 5"), then I'm afraid you've got some explaining to do, Angryl. And I'm afraid your 'beliefs' won't survive your doing so.

After all, just ask Dr. Buzz Aldrin. And he's a Presbyterian,

5/23/2014 8:13:58 AM

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