She's a cunt
@Medic135, since when can we say cunt?
@ginger fvckboy, as long as I can remember
@ginger fvckboy, it's amazing, they don't censor it, I call people cunts all the time
@Medic135, I second that
@ginger fvckboy, apparently whenever!
@Medic135, *very stupid cunt
@Medic135, wow. I've been saying cvnt this whole time for no reason!
@Medic135, I was disliked by a cunt
@Medic135, I prefer callin them thunder cunts. Gives more depth to the insult
@Medic135, wait so we can say bitch and cunt and be fine??? I've been here since the very beginning and don't ever remember us being able to say that.
@AgentK006, you didn't push the limits
@Medic135, apparently not.
@AgentK006, what the fuuuck?
It's ignorance like this that gives Christans a bad name 😔
@MrJonnySmash, ignorance like this gives people a bad name.
The "everrrr" made me cringe like neverrrr before
Not all heros wear capes
Bullshjt, the earth is flat and the sun is less than 50,000 miles away. Wake up to the lies people! Where's your god and/or science now?
Fun fact! That girls a dumb dumb, and a bitch... That wants to stay dumb
@Medic135, ThunderCunt McBitchtits.
Her face isn't blurred. That's her actual profile pic. God made her face so ugly but felt bad releasing it on the world so she walks around with a pixelated face.
People forget that science is simply trying to explain how God did it all. Christian beliefs and science match up pretty well when you really look at it.
@ImNotRacistBut, well that's racist
@ImNotRacistBut, yeah as the definition was given to me "the study of Gods creation" i think it fits well
@ImNotRacistBut, whereas you're right, I don't think this was about disproving God or religion but rather correcting someone who just made crap up
@ImNotRacistBut, I strongly disagree. As a science major, science is the study, observation, analysis, and recording of how/why things are the way they are. It might have evolved from a religious perspective long ago, but the fact that when science began to take major popularity in the world, religious views began to decrease greatly. For the concept turned from "why is this like that? Oh thats just how god made it" turned into an extremely deep study into the very start of why something was like that.
@ImNotRacistBut, or is religion just trying to explain science?
@IbeTHATguy, I'm well aware of the practice of science. My point is that christians say the darnedest things with little or no evidence when they could very easily educate themselves and prove the same point. Our habitable zone is still incredibly small with very little room for error. Same point but backed my facts.
@ImNotRacistBut, if by that you mean that you believe God made the universe exist and then did not interact with it ever again, sure? We all have a basal assumption that the universe exists and it doesn't matter why, because it's an assumption. And beyond that, your take on religion is, in effect, identical to an atheist's because it makes identical predictions
@Sheep Rider, oh He did, as soon as Eve picked dinner. Matter of fact, maybe we shouldn't let women pick dinner anymore, lest we doom humanity a second, no, third time.
@ImNotRacistBut, your response is a complete non sequitur and devoid of any relevant claims.
@RMB, gahaha I know right, in so many ways.
@RMB, did you just assume my moral and physical explanations of the world I perceive?
@Wuss Poppin Jimbo, probably, idk
@Sheep Rider, Oh really? It's almost as if that was intentional.
@ImNotRacistBut, this app is 17+, come back in 10 years
@Sheep Rider, ouch, my pride.
@ImNotRacistBut, the zone isn't THAT small. On a universal scale yes, but on a planetary scale no. You do realize the Japan earthquake that caused such destruction years ago tilted the earths axis a bit and pushed our orbit slightly off as well? It was small but still enough for scientists to pick it up and realize it happened. I'm fine with people's beliefs, as long as they dont do/say ignorant stuff like all this. Its irritating.
@IbeTHATguy, nah bro, I'm talking about the grand scheme of things. But yes, I'm completely aware of that. I agree with you, I don't like ignorant people.
@IbeTHATguy, I have a phenomenal opportunity to study the life sciences in great detail, and the more I learn, the more I see God in creation. I can't help but do so. Life, even at the microbial level, is far too complex and truly astounding to have existed purely by chance. Even if you study science purely for understanding, you would at least have to agree that life is beyond random natural occurrences. To study the sciences is to see the practically impossible nature of this reality, and how our mere existence is unbelievable. The more I understand science, the more I understand God and how incredible He is. If you choose not to see God, then you won't. But He is clearly visible even in quantifying nature for the sake of scientific understanding.
@SurgeonSean, I don't see god in anything because of how I understand things. I was raised in a very heavily catholic family, and yet I still took on science. And the more science I've learn the less I believed. Especially now since other life is being found even in our solar system and not to mention the many bacteria's found on meteorites and other space rocks. It shows that life wasnt just a one time spark, but something that has been occurring and replicated. I will say that science has proven many things that the bible has talked about, like the possibility of a great flood. Other than that, the more I learn, the less I see. But I learn non-bio sciences, so chemistry, geology, and physics. Hence my difference in belief, due to not caring on life and organic materials.
@IbeTHATguy, I can definitely understand the commitment to science, given the heavy catholic background. I see that a lot with Catholicism (not entirely sure why). The only thing I would add is try not to let your upbringing/background keep you down or generally affect you too much.
@ImNotRacistBut, you're a fvcking dumb@ss
@ImNotRacistBut, science is greater than religion
Because science makes claims which are falsifiable. We can know whether or not a theory accurately explains natural phenomenon by looking at the evidence. Religion claims there is an invisible being/entity that communicates to you through a book or possibly through auditory hallucinations and this being really has a lot to say on how you should behave.
@ImNotRacistBut, why the hell does this have so many dislikes?
@Sheep Rider, wow, you're as much of a cunt as the woman in this pic
@Medic135, because it's controversial. People don't like it when the pot is stirred.
@IbeTHATguy, you can have science and religion, it takes a bitter bitter person to go out of his way to attack one or the other
@ImNotRacistBut, well I understand what you meant and I gotchu
@aaaand hes dead, ahah, touché. Perhaps they're more alike than we realize.
@Prince super Vegeta , and your opinion is meaningless.
@Medic135, i feel like the debate has been fairly rational. Nobody's attacking religion or attacking science. Many disliked the original comment because we felt that God or religion isn't part of the definition of science, and the two are often adversaries.
@BananaForScale, my findings show God and science to be collinear, hence the first comment. For either to be attacked in my opinion is foolish and futile. Having studied both topics the majority of my life I've come to realize that religion nor science can be approached with a biased view. I see equal amounts of truths and unexplainables in both. Fact is, when you really examine them, they go hand in hand.
@IbeTHATguy While there are some ignorant Christians when it comes to the crossing of science and faith don't lump all of them as representative of the whole. I am Christian and believe in a divine creator but I also am studying science to understand the process. Seeking to understand the process and still believing that YHWH (God) is the creator can be sound scientifically and theologically. Even my bio professor said similar things. Additionally, he warned that christians do sometimes become hasty to use God to fill in the blanks, while that is accurate in theology it isn't in science. The balance between the two are easily maintained.
@The Eye of the Hawk, thank you
@ImNotRacistBut, I like it. Flame wars are fun.
@IbeTHATguy, while I agree that many religions are like that, my faith frowns on willful ignorance. We believe that faith is a principle of action in all intelligent beings. It's the hope for things which are not necessarily seen, but are true. Like, for example, the belief that you could make a million dollars requires a promise from a reliable source that you could make a million dollars. Then, you would ACT to make that happen. If you can trust the source, how much more do you need to motivate you to act? All 'hard evidence' that we claim to be true requires a faith in something, whether it be God, machinery, or our questionable 5 senses. If you pursue any knowledge with the statement 'how do you know?' At some point you leave the realm of empirical data and must simply say, 'I believe it to be so.' I firmly believe that all science points to the existence of God as our Father and Creator. And He encourages questioning, because He has nothing to hide from His children.
@Prince super Vegeta , you're a fvcking prick
@BananaForScale, this has been anything but rational, IbeTHATguy has been civil, and surgeonsean is polite, but the amount of downvotes people have gotten for simply saying God and science co exist is just shameful
@Empshok, please ignore your downvote, some people here are so d@mn bitter it's depressing
@Medic135, I'm sorry, but I didn't call him that because of his support of religion, but his definition of science. Was what I said a bit extreme? Yeah, probably. But you can't forget, most of the humor is insult based around here, so if I did really offend you, I apologize. But I ain't takin' it back ya trash talkin' hillbilly
(Again, a joke if not clear already)
@Prince super Vegeta , I accept both your apology and joke (as I do to anyone with the balls to offer one) but you don't owe it to me I only acted in defense of him
@Medic135, I understand. Most of the time, people don't really like the idea of God because they can't relate. And I don't mean to bash other religions, but I feel like it offends God to suggest that His children cannot attain God. I mean, why say that we're His children, put us in a world where children grow into parents, and then tell us, "Uh, no, I don't want you to grow up." Logically, that doesn't make sense to me.
@Medic135, well, it's in the comment thread, I'm saying the same to him @ImNotRacistBut
@Prince super Vegeta , good day to you sir
@Prince super Vegeta , you have a very good point. This is a humor site, and is not supposed to have seriousness! But while controversial topics are posted, there will always be arguments.
@Prince super Vegeta , now that's racist!
@aaaand hes dead, religion is to keep us from fearing what we can't explain to the masses to full comprehension.
@troubled panda, or, is religion just to keep us from fearing the masses with full comprehension?
@aaaand hes dead, the masses never have full comprehension
@troubled panda, looks like religions doing it's job
@aaaand hes dead, m
Edit- there are a few people who might disagree with you on that.
@Prince super Vegeta , go fvck yourself
@towelbot, sounds like a plan, Stan
@SurgeonSean, science explains how, religion explains why. Even an areligious person still believes in a greater "why", and that is that there is no point.
@IbeTHATguy, I think his point was there doesn't need to be conflict with Christianity and science *(as long as you don't take it too far)
Don't be a dumbass, dumbass
Is hat Al Gore?
Every female ever. Show them logic and they'll just do the "whatever" leave me alone.
@ThaSmoothieKing, that's just cause you're mansplaining, you misogynist. I'll bet you manspread too. Whatever.