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goddess of hellfire
stupid people shouldn't breed.
6/9/2011 8:45:07 AM
The most annoying human beings on the planet are parents who teach their kids to parrot their opinions and then say "Oh, its so easy a six year old could understand it!"
6/17/2011 7:22:02 PM
Obsession with dinosaurs was the first step to deconversion for me. I was six. After that I discovered evolution, the concept of millions of years, and by the time I was ten I was doing my own research. At 13 I discovered what a load of fried baloney the Bible was and then da da da dada da daaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhh! Instant mini-atheist!
Hope this kid has a similar experience.
12/28/2011 6:30:36 PM
Your child learns what YOU teach him. Duh.
12/28/2011 6:52:37 PM
How does it feel to be only as smart as a 6 year old? We just need to ask this person.
1/14/2012 3:37:11 AM
The reptilian Overlords arrived by space ship, they did not evolve on earth.
1/14/2012 9:20:40 PM
Stop using computers.
4/1/2012 8:54:59 AM
"99% of science seems to be atheistic"
Actually it's 100%, moron.
Ans stop using transistors, they're scientific.
4/14/2012 11:35:17 AM
This is so high on the failure meter that it reached your own made-up number, Kajillion. Also, there is no reason why religion and science can't coexist. We're perfectly intelligent people other than bad seeds like you.
7/12/2012 2:17:40 PM
Most likely, your child will grow up to be smarter than you, and at the age of 22-ish, he will make a dramatic realization. Also, your argument against biology is a 6-year-old.
8/8/2012 5:43:02 AM
Deliberately raising your kids to be this dumb should be considered child abuse.
8/29/2012 12:23:30 AM
I'm sure he will be grateful when he realises that you didn't give him any chance to ever get to do real science.
11/21/2012 3:26:13 AM
"I teach him what makes SENSE. NOT what science textbooks say. I also teach my kids to question what they are taught - especially what they learn in school. But if he questions the Bible, I paddle his ass so hard, he cries like a baby!"
1/30/2013 6:44:34 PM
> He's a pretty smart kid
No, he was home-schooled. He needs to do some research on the internet before he can be smart.
> Scientists say that God isn't real.
No, they don't. It is impossible to prove the non-existence of anything, including deities (with the exception of illogical things, which probably don't exist).
> They say earth is a kajillion years old.
"Kajillion" is not a number. The earth is ~4.5 billion years old.
> They say that people and dinosaurs weren't alive at the same time
They weren't. We have the fossils. We win.
> and that a lot of dinosaurs could have died from a big flood, but that The Flood didn't happen.
Yes, a flood could have killed the dinosaurs. However, the Genesis Flood never occurred. No global flood has ever occurred, since there simply isn't enough water to cover all the land on the planet.
> He gets really upset about people not believing in God - as in he doesn't want them going to hell and he can't believe people can ignore God all around us.
People aren't ignoring God. Rather, he's failing to demonstrate his existence.
> Every time we watch one of those dinosaur things, he gives a big, overly-dramatic sigh whenever they start talking about "millions of years" or evolution.
How very tragic. Yet another victim of stupid.
> One that really cracked him up was where they [the scientists] theorize about reptiles evolving into humanoid creatures.
No, that's David Icke, not scientists. Reptilians aren't any more real than faeries or elves.
> I teach him what makes SENSE.
No, you teach him creationism.
> I also teach my kids to question what they are taught - especially what they learn in school.
Obviously, you do not. Otherwise, they would not believe the earth is 6,000 years old and that dinosaurs and humans lived together and that a global flood ever occurred. It doesn't sound like he has questioned the Bible much, either.
> It's really not fun at all having a bunch of junior scientists in the house when 99% of science seems to be atheistic.
Accepting facts =/= atheism. While atheists tend to accept facts, there are some (SOME) Christians who seem to have no problems accepting facts.
Remember, science and religion do not overlap.
1/30/2013 7:08:48 PM
100% of science is atheistic, FYI.
2/23/2013 2:05:40 PM
And they will remain junior scientists, until they start evaluating claims with observable evidence rather than alignment with one religious text.
3/27/2013 7:48:00 AM
Quit exploiting your child. Or lying and saying that he said that.
3/27/2013 4:11:43 PM
"I also teach my kids to question what they are taught - especially what they learn in school."
By "especially", you mean "only", right?
4/17/2013 12:29:41 PM
"So WHY is it so accepted?!!?"
Probably because no one talking about evolution ever says that without sarcasm.
Hopefully your kid will question what he is taught, or else he'll end up on here as an adult some day, since he seems to be on his way. And science and religion can certainly coexist. You don't have to treat possible contradictions as one just being EVIL.
4/18/2013 4:10:45 PM
4/18/2013 5:26:14 PM
He's not pretty smart; he's pretty brainwashed and is just parroting what you've said.
* Scientist seldom bother themselves with gods, one way or the other
* Scientists say the Earth is about 4,5 billion years old
* Scientists say that dinosaurs died out about 65 million years ago, and that the first proto-human surfaced about 2 million years ago
* Most dinosaurs died out after a asteroid collision (probably), but quite a few drowned in spring-floods over the millennia they roamed the Earth
* There is no evidence whatsoever of a recent (i.e. less than 6000 years ago) world-wide flood
* What's wrong with them is that they have evidence for these things
Speculating and facts are two different things.
The more you learn about the world, the less probable the existence of gods seems. That's why so many scientists are atheists, but I hardly think it's as many as 99 percent. Not in the US at least; perhaps 45-50 percent...?
Edit. I read that last line wrongly. A high percentage of scienece is SECULAR, not atheistic, and it's probably not as much as 99%; the field of theology is not so secular, I'd guess.
4/18/2013 11:39:41 PM
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