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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by roadbloc, Nov 16, 2013.
Tell me you don't believe this absurd theory.
Absolutely ridiculous. All science clearly points to humans being created by our heavenly father.
Wow... just wow.
How does he reconcile the fact that we share almost all our DNA with chimpanzees? And how are birthing problems evidence of this?
the $2.99 price and the cover art is hilarious.
Aliens put human embryos inside female chimps.
Wow. Thats just
Ridiculous. Everyone knows that it was a single omnipresent being who created humans out of clay.
I, for one, believe every word.
And I can prove that many people on earth came from other planets...simply jump over to any gun thread on PRSI and read almost any post...obviously from somewhere else.
Clearly, the being in the video is from the Planet Bardus...
Given recent - ah, unwelcome - events on the world known as MR, perhaps even the acronym 'lol' is now largely met with richly merited opprobrium. So be it.
Thus, it seems that it may well be incumbent on us to craft, invent, create, or merely devise another acronym to describe the simple biological fact known as a burst or gust of laughter in response to an especially elegantly worded post.
To be fair, we most likely came from organisms from an astroid that smashed into the earth 4 billion years ago. So yes we did come from outer space but so did everything else in the universe.
Yeah, but his argument is that human evolution occurred separately from other lifeforms on earth.
haa, so he believes in Sarah Palin theory.
Rolling On the Floor Laughing My Ass Off And Scaring The Cat.
The Japanese are surely too advanced for this planet.
How about this: , or this: .
Or really more "emoticons" in general, as the forums are pretty much limited to eye rolling.
We are all stardust, so yeah... realistically, nothing on Earth came from Earth!
I find it hard to believe this guy has any scientific credentials whatsoever. I'd be very curious indeed to know more about his educational background, because he doesn't seem to understand the first thing about how science works.
His evidence that humans came from some other planet: Sunburn and bad backs.
Has he taken a look at indigenous Australian people? They seem to have skin that handles very intense sunlight without being overly troubled by sunburn.
And what we think of as "bad backs" usually has more to do with obesity and lack of exercise (leading to core muscle atrophy) than anything else.
There is ample fossil and DNA evidence to support the theory that human beings evolved here millions of years ago, just like every other living organism on the planet.
Nope. It's stupid.
Least he isn't denying evolution!
Was golf invented by aliens in a lower gravity world too then? Damn I'd love to whack a ball 1000 yards
Michael Jackson was definitely alien
My body is ready!
I have seen this guy a lot on the history channel.
Seems plausible. Nothing really surprises me anymore in relation to the real truth!
Humans might come from Earth, but where does the Earth come from?
I'll tell you now: space.
...think about it.
Hard to prove or disprove, either way; none of us were around between 60,000 and 200,000 yrs ago. The author is not claiming this as a scientific fact, but rather postulating this theory for discussion.
Constantly risking objective probability and quantum fuzziness...
And that's exactly what the trans-dimensional alien computer that lurks behind the 3D holographic curtain (that's being projected from the future) wants you to think!