Sunday, May 4, 2008

I can haz crazy comment/ad?

(screw you ad), a series of 7 textbooks created for the public schools, represents the ultimate marriage between an in-depth knowledge of biblical phenomena and natural and physical sciences.

Careful observers will note... there's no such thing as biblical phenomena. There's some apologetics which require the laws of physics change to fit a fictional story but no actual phenomena.

The several volumes have accomplished that which, heretofore, was deemed impossible: to level the playing field between those who desire a return to physical science in the classroom and those who embrace the theory of evolution.

The truth has advanced to the point where lies are unpalatable, more lies and better lies will not level the playing field between truth and lies.

(ad) turns the tide by providing an authoritative and enlightening scientific explanation of natural phenomena which will ultimately dethrone the unprofitable Darwinian view.

The unprofitable Darwinian view? Evolution by natural selection has profited me much, as I exist today and could ask for no greater reward to be granted by the mindlessness of nature and physics. Thank you though, happenstances of reality, truly thank you. I'm going to guess that this differs from his view because his view is very profitable... more so if you buy all seven of his books.

The backbone of Darwinism is not biological evolution per se,

No. The backbone of Darwin's insight was to understand the process which gave rise to biological evolution was the same process that gave rise to different breeds of dogs by dog breeders could also, in the course of nature, give rise to subtle advances in species and given enough time have given rise to all species. There is no "per se" about it. Rather than dog, horse, and sheep breeders pushing a species to become what the human breeders wanted the same process could by sheer happenstance produce a species best adapted to deal with sheer happenstance.

but electronic interpretation, the tenet that all physical, chemical, and biological processes result from a change in the electron structure of the atom which, in turn, may be deciphered through the orderly application of mathematics, as outlined in quantum mechanics.

WOOOOOOO!!!! WOOOOOOOOO!!!! ALL ABOARD THE CRAZY TRAIN!!!! Result from a change in the electron structure of the atom? There are no electrons in atoms. There are protons which are neutrons and and positron (antimatter electron) and neutrons which are composed of 3 quarks (one up, two down) spinning around really fast (the spinning gives them mass by E=MC^2). You may not understand what I've said. I could tell you it is verifiable and understood by science and physics and it is. However, similarly this guy says the same thing and he's wrong. The point you should take away from this is that, the failure to understand does not give you permission to board the crazy train. If you don't get something, don't believe it, but be open to me bombarding you with evidence.

The orderly application of mathematics does not outline quantum mechanics or anything about tenet that all physical, chemical, or biological process result from a change dealing with electrons. Further, evolution has nothing to do with this.

A few of the supporting theories are: degrading stars, neutron stars, black holes, extraterrestrial water, antimatter, the absolute dating systems, and the big bang,

Um. Those are theories which are themselves supported by the evidence and are part of cosmology. Theories don't support facts, it goes the other way around, the facts support the theory. We understand that stars have life cycles because stars have lifecyles, we understand that there is water outside of Earth because water is a simple molecule and we've found water on a number of different planets. The theory of antimatter was actually proposed before we found evidence of antimatter based on Newton's third law and the renaissance of particles being found, but lived or died with the evidence.

The philosophy rejects any divine intervention. Therefore, let the philosophy of Darwinism be judged on these specifics: electron interpretation and quantum mechanics.

Philosophy doesn't reject divine actions nor does science. Philosophy just doesn't seem to find any of it logically sound and science tests its ideas against reality and reality doesn't seem fond of supernatural explanations (perhaps by definition).

Conversely, the view that God is both responsible for and rules all the phenomena of the universe will stand or fall when the facts are applied.

The facts have been applied time and again. It doesn't end well... Sire, je n'ai pas eu besoin de cette hypothèse.

The view will not hinge on faith alone, but will be tested by the weightier principle of verifiable truths – the new discipline.

Well if it doesn't rest on faith and certainly not on evidence (the sciences have cornered that market) what else is there?

(stupid ad) is not only better at explaining natural phenomena, but also may be verified through testing. As a consequence, the material in the several volumes will not violate the so-called constitutional separation of church and state.

I also believe in something called the philosophical separation between stupid and brain. Which prevents me from buying this set of books or even looking into more information about it.

Physical science, the old science of cause and effect, will have a long-term sustainability, replacing irresponsible doctrines based on whim. Teachers and students will rejoice in the simplicity of earthly phenomena when entertained by the new discipline.

Unlike those hard unstable sciences of chemistry and geology and biology which just flip on a whim.

(retarded name) is not only an academic resource designed for the public schools, but also contains a wealth of information on pertinent subjects that seminarians need to know to be effective: geology, biology, geography, astronomy, chemistry, paleontology, and in-depth Biblical studies. The nuggets from the pages of Biblical history alone will give seminarians literally hundreds of fresh ideas for sermons and teachings.

Public schools don't need sermons. Nor is there really anything which is reasonably biblical history. In fact, I'm pretty skeptical of most biblical scholarship in general. There are some nuggets of truth and some interesting theories but largely it's overwhelmed by apologetics. Further, I doubt that you *need* to know geology, biology, geography, astronomy, chemistry, paleontology and especially Biblical studies to be effective. I like knowing such things, but it really depends on what you're going to do. So long as you don't ask that your ignorance be taken in higher regard to non-ignorance, you can go around knowing practically nothing for all I care.

The ministry resources contained in (name) serve as invaluable aids that will enrich graduates beyond their highest expectations.

Shit! These books are going to give you aids! I assume they mean 'aides' but "ministry" places are the ones telling Africans to avoid condoms even when having sex with HIV infected people. You can never be too careful (you actually can).

I am amazed at the stupid floating around, and not remotely impressed when it asks for money.

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