Sunday, March 6, 2011

Somebody said something wrong on the internet.

Liars for Jeebus love websites that don't allow comments.

The tard is of course talking about the foundation of biology. If the Jeebus website allowed comments I would have told the science-denier the other side is idiotic nonsense and competent biology teachers are not going to waste precious class time preaching his Christian bullshit.

Of course the asshole lies about fossils -- "lack intermediary fossil evidence of it" as if this was still 1859. Way to be current Mr. Uneducated Moron.

1 comment:

  1. What a stupid asshole. I truly despise fucktards like this Jean Kemp asshole.

    "Why do adherents of the 'evolutionary process' (who lack intermediary fossil evidence of it) want to restrict a student to one side of this issue? Is not true education the presentation of all sides of an issue?"

    Where to begin?

    Every fossil is an intermediate. Why is this so hard for these morons to understand? Whenever an "intermediate" between two existing fossils is found, plugging the one gap that existed between those two, these assholes ask where the intermediates between these three fossils are. Then two more fossils are found, so now we have even more "intermediates" missing.

    Why do these cretins never think to ask for evidence in support of their magical bible? I don't get it, I truly don't. They expect scientists to devote their careers to answering their bullshit questions by providing proof, yet they have exactly zero proof of their own beliefs. None.

    Why do we want to restrict the teaching of this issue to "one side"? Seriously? Because this is science class, not science/magic class. Why is this so hard to accept and understand?

    True education is not "presenting all sides of an issue". True education is presenting all supportable, legitimate sides of an issue, and teaching people to think for themselves. If these shitheads REALLY wanted to teach all sides, they'd be in favor of teaching about ALL creation myths, not just the Christian one. What about Greek creation mythology? What about Native American creation mythology? Islam? Hello? Anybody in there?


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