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Nonsense. Money controls the film industry- and money comes from moviegoers... so, as people choose what to see, what's entertainment, hollywood responds. Don't come whining and blaming Satan just because no one buys your message, that's ridiculous.
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These guys are so... wow... moronic doesn't even cover it. "carbon dating" is an inappropriate generalization, radioisotope dating is the appropriate term and there's no flaw with it. More errors in their claims than I can even list.. Get an education. Paul Taylor's a BSc in chemistry.... 
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Just read Eric Hovind's "apology"... what utter nonsense. The premises here are moronic. 
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Just be vocal. Education is key, and be thankful more younger people are being more inquisitive and less likely to believe in fable. 
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What a moron. What a complete moron. Hopefully america's middle class will continue to wake up- and especially the lower middle, and the working poor- and see that the Tea Party are about control and power. Keep the wealthy, wealthy and control the public using their faith. 

Any indication that this clown and the Tea Party as a whole are fit to govern is undercut by actually reading their statements and positions, and considering the eventual implications of their "policies". 
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Bahahahahaa! Lose a bet? 
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This is an understandable, tragic failure of the American legal system. It can and does happen elsewhere as well. 

Seems to me that there needs to be a pecking order, in the event of rights accorded to people. Corporations cannot have opinions, views, beliefs or religions- they are an artificial construct created primarily to limit shareholders' personal liability for the actions of said corporation.... not really the same. 

Until Religious Rights are viewed as necessary, yet by virtue of their nature subservient to any and all other rights accorded an individual, this stuff will continue. And I'm not even sure how that would work...
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Kinda funny. Listening to the post-debate interview, and Sye is... well... what a dork. Can't wait to hear the real debate. 
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Notice Eric placed his apology where there's no opportunity to rebut. The guy isn't interested in dialogue, isn't interested in trying to find the real evidence and follow where it leads- he's seemingly more interested in having his say free of any critical thought, sort of typical for the apologist hordes (a la Ken Ham). 

Eric, there's no evidence to support your claims. There are even YouTube video's available of you getting owned by children. Please, please stop taking money from the gullible to support this drivel. You're poisoning young minds. This really is an attempt at child abuse, and you are limiting the future of any children raised to believe in young earth creationism. 
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I'm on FB more than here, but I might make an effort shortly. https://www.facebook.com/jimtriche 
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I actually disagree. Trying to empower the "guru" relationship to be the method of transmission of "truth" is a mistake, and here's why. 

When I have one teacher, I am bound to study and accept all that the teacher in question chooses to impart. All of it, good and maybe some parts that are less accurate or imperfectly understood. 

The university model however ensures critical thought, analysis, research and development of a single best body of knowledge, communicated by multiple instructors. The single guru model is a relic of a bygone age that should be allowed to pass into antiquity. 
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What a load of tripe. Hank, you really need to look for objective, falsifiable evidence to support your beliefs. There is none. 
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Good vid.

"in a better place now" is the prototypical reason given for belief, where I live. "Religion may be a made up story, but it's moral (umm.... ) and it provides comfort in times of grief and sorrow". 

That comfort may be in deluding oneself that your loved one, or that innocent puppy or kitten or cow or baby who lost its life isn't actually gone forever but instead lives on, somehow. This implies that the universe has some sort of retributive justice... a nice fantasy, but that's all. 

People seem not to like the lack-of-karma idea much. 
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