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    The Birds 2

    Nightmare Finches: Real Science Radio gives news updates from Bob Enyart with a small maskless victory in federal court to Fred Williams and Bob's discussion of the Alfred Hitchcock sequel: The Birds, Darwin's Finch Nightmare. This is an update of RSR's classic List of Not So Old Things, testing...
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    Evolutionists say the darndest things.

    "These limits tend to be not what you think." Yep. Jet engines are evolution. Quote after the 49-minute mark.
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    William Lane Craig commits classic anti-creation mistake

    Young-Earth creationism is in massive conflict with modern science. He uses this to justify a "myth though historical interpretation" belief in his Excursus on Creation of Life and Biological Diversity (Part 27) podcast. The No. 1 failure of this criticism? Belief in the risen Lord Jesus...
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    "I'm against sending a letter."

    This: Warning: Contains language.
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    The primary result of abortion for rape and incest

    The primary result of abortion for rape and incest is that the mother gets sent home with her rapist. The innocent baby gets executed, while the guilty rapist gets another chance (to commit rape).
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    Honest lawyer?

    Well, if only for a moment. The criminal representing the murderer of 20-year-old college student Mollie Tibbetts called a client an idiot who he hopes goes to prison. Of course, his criminal cohorts said this kind of truthfulness was immoral. Lawyers...
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    A safe place for leftists

    Morons in New Zealand are debating euthanasia. They called me up and I told them they have no right to consider any such bill submitted to parliament. They didn't like that. They said the guy had a democratic right to bring the proposed bill and they were obliged to consider it. Obvious...
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    Parents murder child, leave him to die

    Doctors and medical staff at Holy Family Hospital in Warsaw, Poland, left a child to die after a botched abortion, according to local media reports. The baby was born on March 7, 2016 at 24 weeks, after an abortion failed. The child cried and screaming for an hour before dying, according to...
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    The narrow gate

    “Enter by the narrow gate; for wide is the gate and broad is the way that leads to destruction, and there are many who go in by it. Because narrow is the gate and difficult is the way which leads to life, and there are few who find it." Matthew 7:13-14 NKJV "There are few who find it." How...
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    Omniscience means fatalism.

    If an entity is omniscient, that means it knows everything — down to the movement of every subatomic particle throughout all history. That entity must precede every physical thing. The entity must be the source of everything. The entity cannot have arrived at omniscience. The entity had no...
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    Ideas and mockery.

    When is it justified to respond to an idea with nothing but mockery? Evolution? Flat Earth? UFOs? It depends on what you're trying to achieve. If it is your goal to change minds, the scientific approach is probably needed. If you're just going to react to the ideas, mockery is perfectly...
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    Why don't creationists publish?

    You guys who believe in evolution are always saying: "Why don't you Christians publish in science journals?" If a science journal is dumb enough to publish something that says everything came from nothing for no reason, I'm not too impressed. I'm not sure I want to be associated with that kind...
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    Why do national leaders only get a few years?

    Nations seem to think it's a good idea to change leaders every few years. Why? A few years on the job and then out is no way to generate stability and progress. It can take people in normal jobs that long to become proficient at what they do. Why on Earth would we make a system where nobody...
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    The opposite of right... both left and wrong. Basically, you can never be "too" right, or a "right-wing extremist." I mean, what could be wrong with being right? Sent from my SM-A520F using Tapatalk
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    Liberal extremists.

    Liberals are extremists. Conservatives are pansies. For those willing to deal in rational terms, you could reasonably be called a fundamentalist. I mean, what's wrong with sticking to the fundamentals? Sent from my SM-A520F using Tapatalk
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    Quantum experiment lends support to alternative theory

    The ESSW argument “was a striking philosophical objection” to the Bohmian view, said Aephraim Steinberg, a physicist at the University of Toronto. “It damaged my love for Bohmian mechanics.” But Steinberg has found a way to rekindle that love. In a paper published in Science Advances, Steinberg...
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    This lawyer's headed for hell.

    I'm not glad lawyers exist.
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    Evolution in action

    They call it a disorder, but shouldn't Darwinists be celebrating this as "survival of the fittest"? Researchers link virus to birds with deformed beaks AP, ANCHORAGE, Alaska The tiny birds showed up at birdfeeders in Alaska's largest city with freakishly long beaks. Some beaks looked like...
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    Darwinists try to explain the origin of complexity

    Why does complexity arise? Because complexity arises. :duh: :darwinsm: :mock: Darwinists.
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    Babylonians do math, surprise evolutionists:

    Babylonians do math, surprise evolutionists: