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Comment: Re:Noah's Ark Story (Score 0) 190

by docwatson223 (#47228591) Attached to: New Evidence For Oceans of Water Deep In the Earth
Versus the religion of science which is a constant series of hypothesis (many unprovable at the macro scale) and demands complete orthodoxy, obeisance, and strict obedience - or face excommunication, expulsion, and ridicule. Over and over again, science has burned it's own at the stake literally and figuratively for challenging the status quo. For all intents and purposes, science is no better than any other religion.

Comment: Genesis 7:11 (Score 1) 190

by docwatson223 (#47228525) Attached to: New Evidence For Oceans of Water Deep In the Earth
11 In the six hundredth year of Noah’s life, in the second month, the seventeenth day of the month, on that day all the fountains of the great deep were broken up, and the windows of heaven were opened. - KJV

So, the rock breaks up and water flows; a big enough break and it becomes a massive discharge into the atmosphere which then comes back down as one heck of a deluge. Interesting.

Comment: A New Religion (Score 2) 298

by docwatson223 (#47118769) Attached to: Shrinking Waves May Save Antarctic Sea Ice
What makes me nuts about the climate changers is that they seem to believe that humans have more impact than the sun and other natural events and then have built a de facto religion around it. It's another example of scientific dogma where anyone who dares to challenge them becomes something 'other' and put on worldwide notice that they should be shunned. The other thing that makes me nuts is that they use the word 'denier;' it's offensive since the subtle equation is the Holocaust and, as a result, it discourages critical thinking and intellectual honesty for everyone. That's how cults operate, not how scientists should be pursuing science.

"I'm not a god, I was misquoted." -- Lister, Red Dwarf