The smartest man in universe believes in Intelligent Design

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What's so smart about him?
 
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The smartest man in the universe? Geez, are you sure? :tongue:

Just because a smart man believes that the moon is made of cheese does not add credibility to the idea does it? I have a feeling that many creationists are very smart, but that does not mean they know whether or not god exists.
 
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Regarding evolution and creationism, the linkage is simple: since Biblical accounts of the genesis of our world and species are true but metaphorical, our task is to correctly decipher the metaphor in light of scientific evidence also given to us by God. Hence, the CTMU.
So "Biblical accounts are true" and "evidence" is "given to us by God". This is not science.
 
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An IQ score has no correlation to sanity or common sense.
 
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So "Biblical accounts are true" and "evidence" is "given to us by God". This is not science.
I know, i saw that too. And it made me think he believes in ID because he believes in the bible. But when u read it closely, u see that he only talks about linking the two, with genesis as a metaphor.
 
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This has to be one of the stupidest things I have ever read on this website, congrats!
 
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This is not science.
He is no scientist btw, u can see it in the videos.
Hes a bouncer.
 
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The smartest man in universe believes in Intelligent Design
No, I don't.
 
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No, I don't.
hahaha, :rofl: .

This is so bad. I have to ask though, why is the smartest man in the world working at a bar? He should at least go get a degree if he did a good job of self educating himself.
 
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He doesn't know the difference between a barista and a barrister.
 
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No, you are not; no I don't.
"No, I don't" is not my name.

Your grammar is also a bit off: it is unclear what "you are not" is supposed to refer to, since there is no form of the verb "to be" currently under discussion. "Do not" would probably have served you better than "are not".

I think you meant to write, "No, you don't, twisting_edge." A clearer statement even than that would have been, "No, twisting _edge does not," since such a comment would most likely be intended for third parties. After all, I had already written I did not beleive in it, so it would be fair to assume I was already aware of that.

P.S.: I should point out that was intended as dry humor. A non-native English speaker might think I was serious.
 
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I thought your name was "you are not".
Interesting that the smartest man in the world didn't see that.
 
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I've always wondered precisely how intelligent design can be incorporated into science. Whether or not ID is true, the fact remains that it isn't science. In fact, this sounds to me like the sort of topic that is more suited to a discipline like philosophy. Of all academic subjects, why would anyone want to use science as a vehicle for promoting theism? I'm all for theism, but it seems to me like ID fits into science like a foot in a glove.
 
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When you two are done squabbling I will tell you what the smartest guy in the universe had for breakfast this morning. :biggrin: :rofl:
 
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I will tell you what the smartest guy in the universe had for breakfast this morning. :biggrin: :rofl:
Why do you waste memory space on such trifles??
 
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Why do you waste memory space on such trifles??
Trifle? For breakfast?
 
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ROFL did anyone watch his movies? The guy is a complete egotist. He says that they didn't let him go to his graduation because his head was too large to fit in the graduation cap. Then he says that they should have let him finish all of the 12 years of school in 2 years and sent him off to college, but the teachers were too dumb to do that. This is hillarious.

He said that his head size was "6 standard deviations above the mean". lol

Then he goes on to say that he hasn't calculated the volume of his brain but he could use "volumetric displacement using the archimedean method" to calculate the volume, but he "hasn't done that yet".
 
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He says that they didn't let him go to his graduation because his head was too large to fit in the graduation cap.
I believe that having watched it. 30 minutes wasted.
 
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it is perfectly typical for the top IQ-testers (190+) that the only thing in life they are good at is to solve..IQ-tests.
 
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it is perfectly typical for the top IQ-testers (190+) that the only thing in life they are good at is to solve..IQ-tests.
I distrust this generalization greatly. It smacks of sour grapes (Aesop's fable).
 
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I distrust this generalization greatly. It smacks of sour grapes (Aesop's fable).
No, that would be rowan berries, I believe.
 
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ROFL did anyone watch his movies? The guy is a complete egotist. He says that they didn't let him go to his graduation because his head was too large to fit in the graduation cap. Then he says that they should have let him finish all of the 12 years of school in 2 years and sent him off to college, but the teachers were too dumb to do that. This is hillarious.

He said that his head size was "6 standard deviations above the mean". lol

Then he goes on to say that he hasn't calculated the volume of his brain but he could use "volumetric displacement using the archimedian method" to calculate the volume, but he "hasn't done that yet".
He should just use the water displacement method, and not take it out.
 

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