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quote:Originally posted by bostjan.Well, the collision theory is not the best held theory
quote:Originally posted by science_guyI see your standpoint, And I get what you are saying, but it is not completely right. God and Science go hand in hand, because God created science (scientific method is described in the bible), and God cannot lie, What we find In science cannot, in fact, be a lie. If you do have any questions about this subject, or any other pertaining to God and/or the universe, try going to http://www.reasons.org [nofollow]. The site is run by Hugh Ross, Ph.D. All of the arguments I used on this topic I learned personaly from him._________________________________________________________________________________________I would engage you in a battle of wits, but it is against my moral code to attack the unarmed.
Originally posted by science_guyLOL!Now tell me, Where do you get these ideas, and where do you find the time to make them?_________________________________________________________________________________________ I teach creative thinking skills among other things. These take about 50 to 10 minutes to makeWhat you do speaks so loudly that I cannot hear what you say.
quote:Originally posted by ZeigThere is acualy an equation for the chance of life other than out own in the universe. I'm having truble finding it but it's quite interesting. It's based on our world and all the planets,galexies,ect. there are that we currentl know of with out life. so the odds are like 1:100000000000000000 lol idk if thats really the odds but its an algebraic equation that can't be solved yet.
quote:Originally posted by thebrain13Actually, einstein said black holes dont exist. they are merely a mathematical oddity in his gr equations.
quote:Originally posted by dgdavisjrbut in essence, if you populate the average stellar formation per year as 25 stars per galaxy, and that 25% of those will have planets with an average of 5 planets each, and postulate further that at least 1% of those planets are capable of supporting some life, with 1% of those planets actually developing life and 1% of those life bearing planets developing intelligent life which forms societies having a lifespan of at least 50,000 years, then the approximate number of intelligent species in our galaxy at the present time is (deep breath and a looong drum roll!) 2. [xx(]D.G.Davis,Jr.
quote:Originally posted by science_guyIm the other one