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Honestly In the sense of this argument I think that it makes sense that God created the world rather than it just happening or evolving. <br><br>Think of it this way out of the nothingness came something. That is basically what evolution is. and Hybrid I just asked a question. that was truthfully a logical one. I'm not forcing God or Religion on anyone. I'm just asking questions. That just demand thought.<br><br>Emphases on nothingness."You can tell me whatever, I just take a curious look on what's around us, and I hardly believe there's a master plan written for all that... But I can understand humans need that to feel they "matter" and reinsure themselves. Who wants to go home and think "I'm useless on a random world", but this is just a mind trick I'm afraid to sleep better at night... :)"<br><br>Right! We're a tiny spot in the universe but we still want to believe someone out there cares about our little lifes. I wonder if all the intelligent alien species have developed a religion. We won't find out in our lifetime most likely."I believe that God created everything. Believing that everything just happened all by itself is like believing a tornado could blow through a junk yard and put all the pieces of garbage together to make a functional Boeing 747. It's absurd."<br><br>Evolution does happen by itself, but there's a system behind it and it works across species (group selection, etc.) - just like a software. And no reliable scientist will ever say the big bang just happened by itself, they will say that we don't know it for sure yet. <br>That's why science can't rule out a creator. Some super powerful being could have programmed a code and formed the laws of nature, but what we know for sure is, that no one interferes, because math works everywhere and every time.  <br>The only plausible explanation for me is that we're stuck in a never-ending cycle. Once the black holes will have absorbed all the matter in the universe they will form one super-black-hole. This state would be very similar to the one "before" the big bang.Why are you putting in my mouth words about evolution here ? Re-read I was never said a word... But the world is 6000 years old, built in 6 days (and probably flat too, we've been lied to !).<br><br>Some book said so ! Must be true !<br><br><br>And please creationists, don't try to play the smartass proving you're right by proving the others are wrong... *So proud of myself I destroyed your theory, I just forgot that mine doesn't make any fucking sense either !*<br><br>You don't have to be a genius and study the millions of animal species on this planet to see that living organisms on Earth tend to adapt, even physically, to their environment. I remember watching recently an interesting documentary about a species in Asia (don't remember which -_-), and a part of the animals went to Sri Lanka when it was still "attached" to India, and finally got trapped when Sri Lanka became an island. And the species ended up much different than its original cousins, with capacity to climb trees & stuff and adapt to life on the island.<br><br>You can tell me whatever, I just take a curious look on what's around us, and I hardly believe there's a master plan written for all that... But I can understand humans need that to feel they "matter" and reinsure themselves. Who wants to go home and think "I'm useless on a random world", but this is just a mind trick I'm afraid to sleep better at night... :)So far we are good... I knew that one for quite some time but wasn't really official yet...
Good analogy anonymous, I couldn't have said it any better than that. <br><br>Don't forget, all the evolutionists can do is just keep adding billions and billions of years to the equation to try and laughably explain away every unexplainable aspect of evolution.  Who knows, maybe with enough years, that 747 just might be able to create itself too.<br><br>Zimson, one of the biggest problems with evolution is the lack of transitional fossils in the fossil record.  If for example a fish somehow turned into frog over billions of years, wouldn't you "logically" assume there would be as many half-fish half-frog fossils in the record as there are fish and frogs?  What, did they suddenly change overnight?  This is true of literally every species in the record.  Why are there not millions of half-ape, half-man skeletons either?  Every once in a while they find a jaw bone or something that is a little different and then try to claim that is proof of evolution.  There should be transitional human skeletal fossils in as much abundance as there are fully human ones but there aren't.Hybrid, whats the difference between believing mankind "just happened" or like you, believing that a supposed big bang "just happened" leading to all the intricacies and mechanical order of the universe and vast species of complex biological life?  By the way, I don't believe mankind "just happened", I believe that God created everything.  Believing that everything just happened all by itself is like believing a tornado could blow through a junk yard and put all the pieces of garbage together to make a functional Boeing 747.  It's absurd.Wonder how many more projects Hans will be announced as doing/having done by New Year... ;)Try Garageband first. It's free and there are thousands of Soundfonts available also for free on the net. If you can't make something good in Garageband, forget it - there is no career for you in music. GB is powerful enough for a beginner to create excellent music. Punters are always shocked to find out what basic software Eno used to create his definative textures - you don't need to spend megabucks if you have talent.Hans is on a roll here. Yes please.
And... a new project Hans recently finished ! :)wen de des näckste mal nach frankfort komst, drinke mer un schoppe und esse en handkäs mit musik im gemahlte haus, du kennst des ja.<br><br>bis bald<br><br>de Helmut"....if evolution ever becomes more than a theory, please let me know (and good luck with that) It aint gonna happen."<br><br>One of the main ideas of science is to know that every demonstration and "rule" can be proved as false by a new discovery : that's why evolution will never be "more than a theory". But it is still based on facts, observations and logic, and, just like Zimson, I consider that it is the most satisfying explanation explanation of life.<br>No Love from MYPLAY Direct:<br>here is the response today on delivery of the Illuminated Edition;<br>Hello xxxxx,<br>Upon checking, it appears that we are expecting the "Interstellar Soundtrack - Illuminated Star Projection Edition" to be available within this week. Your order status page will be updated with estimated delivery date as soon as we have it available. Please be advised that, as the website describes, processing takes 8-10 weeks. <br>You will receive an email with delivery details as soon as your order goes out.<br>In the meantime, you can follow the status of your order here: https://www.myplaydirect.com/interstellar-soundtrack/orders<br><br>Please us know if you have further inquiries. <br>Thank you for ordering from us. <br>This stinks.<br>May I say that your German comment was worded quite beautifully. At least until "total geil", although I still agree with that as well ;)
"You believe we were all once apes and you say I'M crazy??? LOL"<br><br>And you believe mankind just "happened" ? LOLI was a bit fast with my german comment and I thought about it – and now I try in Enlgish :-)<br>Interstellar has got an incredible Soundtrack!<br>In my opinion it is so often the very small thing, that shows us a real miracle.<br>This is so well and beautiful done in this movie - Thank you Hans!<br>sorry -<br>my englisch is too bad for what i want to say.<br><br>Lieber Hans<br>so ein kleines Motiv – trägt den ganze riesen Film …<br>Und es ist so traurig fragend, und vollkommen klar und so mitten durchs Herz.<br>Ich hab Interstellar erst gestern gesehen/gehört - ich habe ab dem ersten Moment gedacht, ich liebe das!<br><br>Eine Trennung durch einen ganzen Kosmos: <br>wie schlimm für die, die sich lieben; <br>und nur durch die Liebe kann es lösen. <br>Dieses wunderschöne Motiv trägt alles in sich. <br>Und der Rest ist einfach nur noch konsequent.<br>Das ist total geil gemacht: ich bin sehr berührt!<br>Danke und Grüße, Guido <br>First off, evolution does not say we descended from apes. We're closely related, but technically we're in a relationship to every organism. Do your research. <br>Secondly, I don't "believe" in evolution. It is to date the most plausible explanation and lots of things indicate that Darwin got pretty close to what we understand as reality (fossils, genetical research, long-term studies, etc.). <br>Even if you managed to come up with an argument that would split the scientific world in half, it doesn't mean that the creation fairytale is right. It just means that we have to scrap 150 years of research and start over again.<br>Yeah, science, b*tch!....if evolution ever becomes more than a theory, please let me know (and good luck with that) It aint gonna happen.
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