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Old 11-24-2003, 03:01 PM   #41
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Premise #1: God is all powerful.

Premise #2: God is not bound by time.... in fact he created time along with everything else.

Given these simple truths, God actually supports the creation of the colored Zebras.... in fact... it was his will.

How you ask? Simple. God created the scientist who invented them. More importantly, God created everything about the scientist.. including his soul.. that would make him "choose" to create the colored Zebras. In fact, as God was creating this scientist's soul, he was very aware that the scientist would eventually create that fish (God is not bound by time).

People may argue "free will, free will", but the fact remains that everything that there is that would lead you to make a decision was provided by God.

So God supports these little scientific marvels and those who oppose him shall burn in hell!
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Old 11-24-2003, 03:04 PM   #42
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lol AtodaJ. That makes total sense in a weird twisted sort of way ;p

I think its time to move on people. We could argue this one till the end of time. As the old saying goes, opinions are like ***holes, everyone has one. ;p
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Old 11-24-2003, 03:08 PM   #43
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atodaj, by your views evil does not exist. is that what you believe?
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Old 11-24-2003, 03:12 PM   #44
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He was just kidding Smonkey.....

kidding.. kidding....

Lighten up y'all
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Old 11-24-2003, 03:22 PM   #45
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OK, we all need a good laugh here. ....

AtodaJ, your argument reminded me of this:

Premise: Humans are part of nature.

Therefore: All things created by humans are natural.

Conclusion: Nothing can be artificial or unnatural!

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Old 11-24-2003, 03:36 PM   #47
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alright snapcrackler. its just that in this day in age you can never know, ESPECIALLY when we are typing . i have actually had people tell me that there is no evil in the world and that it is all in our heads. anyways, yea i really dont care about any of this stuff anymore, however i do care about fish. peace
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TerrelChris what are you talking about? are you just trying to spread peace love and joy to this forum?
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Premise: Humans are part of nature.

Therefore: All things created by humans are natural.

Conclusion: Nothing can be artificial or unnatural!

That reminds me of the logical dilemmas presented in I.Q. tests:
If humans are a part of nature, and all things created by humans are natural, is it possible for anything articifial to exist?

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if sally has 5 tangs more than johnny has clowns, how many protein skimmers does billy need for a tank 5 times smaller than sally's with the a bioload of 9 times johnnys?
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