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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by samjesse, Dec 22, 2011.

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  1. samjesse

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    Sep 14, 2008
    Science involves experimenting to figure out how things work and how they operate.

    Students should be free to believe whatever they want, BUT;
    Is it logical for a fundamentally religious idea, which fails to explain the evidence, to be taught in science classes, the same as operational science?
  2. Wendy


    Mar 24, 2008
    I thought strongly about moderating this post, I may still. You have it backwards my friend, you are trying to spread your religious concepts and call it science. It doesn't work.

    You may disagree, this is your right, but the plain fact is you are trying to twist legitimate science to support your religious points of view.

    Darwin proposed a mechanism that did not involve creation to explain how animals evolved. He did this because he found an island where the mechanism was actively take place. You may not like it, but they were real observations, unlike what you are trying to push.

    I have said this before, but this is not a forum for you to push your religious agenda. We are not going there. This is not an open soapbox, nor is it a democracy or a government. In short, you continue to push it will not be tolerated.

    This thread has no place on AAC, and will now be closed.

    If you continue to evangelize on this site there will be consequences.

    If you have a question about electronics join on in, this is All About Circuits.
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