Evolutionists contradict themselves often

While in debates, I often notice that evolutionists will:
1) Contradict themselves.
2) Get confused on what they believe.
3) Outright equivocate so they can always look right.
4) Move the goalposts for the same reason as above.
5) Change the definitions of words so that their theory will work (micro and macro are the samething).

Here is a video that is the perfect example. 2 teachers of evolution doing this.

So if you ever wondered why you (a creationist) can never seem to win a debate, this is why. You cannot come close to winning a debate when your debate opponent “changes their belief” every 5 minutes. And every person you debate that believes the same thing (evolution) contradict one another from debate to debate. The only way a creationists can counter this is to get all the references he can that explain each part of evolution to an exact. And when the evolutionists start moving goalposts, changing definitions, etc… You can whip out that reference and correct them.

Also evolutionists love to equivocate (lie on purpose). Either as a game to make you mad, or on purpose so they can always look correct. You can show them they are wrong, and because they can never accept correction from a creationist, they will continue in that lie as if you never said anything. A person who debates like this is not worth your time. Just point out their equivocation and back out of the debate. You cannot win anything with a person who will continually lie. Besides, when is the last time you found a liar that was interested in truth? As the Bible says: Do not cast your pearls (truth) before swine. Swine is used in that verse to relay that they would not know what to actually do with actual pearls. I won;t debate a person like this and will ban them from this blog for wasting my time and everyone Else’s.

My motto: If you want to debate evolution, debate it. If you have evidence, present it. If you have observable processes show us. The rest is a waste. And the sooner you the creationist realize this, the easier your debates will be. And you will know when to back out, and when to stay in. You will look much worse debating someone who has clearly shown they are not interested in truth.

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You can now get up close to the Ararat Ridge Zoo kangaroos in our new walkabout! There is also a viewing area where guests will be able to see our kangaroos when they have to go inside to stay warm during the winter months. 🦘 Learn more: bit.ly/32nzo0Q ... See MoreSee Less

You can now get up close to the Ararat Ridge Zoo kangaroos in our new walkabout! There is also a viewing area where guests will be able to see our kangaroos when they have to go inside to stay warm during the winter months. 🦘 Learn more: https://bit.ly/32nzo0Q

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This is an awesome attraction at the Ark Encounter! The handler allowed us to pet the Joey! Very cool guy!

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Why Were Dinosaurs so Large?

The following Math Matters article by Dr. Don DeYoung was published in Creation Matters, Vol. 19, No. 3, May/June 2014.

Even though giant dinosaurs get the most publicity, many dinosaurs were smaller. Of the hundreds of known distinct species, the average adult size was that of a dog or sheep. For example the adult Compsognath weighed about 15 pounds, the size of a large cat. The Psittacosaur was smaller yet, similar in size to a squirrel.

With that qualifier, however, the sauropod dinosaurs were truly impressive with massive torsos, pillar-like legs, and long necks. The herbivore Argentinosaur may have been the heaviest beast ever to walk on land. Also found in Argentina, the largest predator may have been Gigantosaur, an economy-sized Tyrannosaur 42 feet long and weighing 8 tons (Schreeve, 1997).

Table 1 gives the weights of several representative animals (DeYoung, 2000). The values given for dinosaurs are estimates based on the size of their bones and on reconstructed models. Uncertainties in actual dinosaur body weights may be as much as 50 percent due to incomplete fossil remains.

Many reptiles grow throughout their lifetimes, gradually tapering off with age. An example is the Nile crocodile, the largest of the living reptiles. Some mammals, such as elephants, also grow slowly throughout their lives. The largest dinosaur fossils, therefore, may be from creatures that had lived for centuries.

Two evidences suggest a rapid early growth rate for the dinosaurs. First, few halfgrown dinosaur fossils have been found. Thus, dinosaurs may have rapidly passed through their juvenile phases. It may also be that specimens having smaller, fragile bones simply did not often survive the burial and fossilization process. Second, dinosaur bone texture, especially for the stegosaurs, shows evidence of rapid youthful growth. Robert Bakker estimates that stegosaurs may have grown from an egg to five tons in just one decade (Bakker, 1986).

The creation view sees purpose and design in nature, including the impressive size of some dinosaurs. The long necks of the sauropods may have allowed them to eat the foliage from tall trees. In this way dinosaur parents could reach a higher food source and avoid competition with their young. However, some paleontologists doubt that sauropods could dinosaur size also provided defense against attack from smaller foes. In the animal world there is a measure of safety in large size. Predators rarely attack something that is big and strong enough to injure them.

There are physical limits to the maximum size a creature can attain because the supporting bones and muscles must increase rapidly as the animal’s weight increases. Consider elephant bones which are so large that the legs themselves must be greatly thickened. Whales require smaller bones because of water buoyancy, but are in danger of fractured ribs if stranded out of water.

Suppose we double the size of an animal in all three dimensions including its length, height, and width. The animal’s volume and weight will then increase 8 times (2^3). However, the bone strength only increases 4 times (2^2). This is because the bones’ supporting strength depends on the cross-sectional area. The numerical comparison made here is between volume and area. If we could make a creature 10 times larger, its weight would increase 1,000 times (10^3) while its bone strength becomes only 100 times greater (10^2). The implication is that, for large animals, bone size must increase disproportionately more than body size. Galileo first wrote about this limitation on large size in 1638, nearly four centuries ago.

Table 2 gives some comparative bone diameters for a variety of relative animal sizes. Animals much larger than the dinosaurs would require bones too bulky to be practical. Notice that bone size must increase substantially out of proportion to animal size. King Kong and Godzilla can exist only in movies—not in the real world. The same area-volume reasoning also limits the possible size of trees. Perhaps you have seen the wide trunk needed to support a 350-foot redwood tree.

References

Bakker, R.T. 1986. The Dinosaur Heresies New York: William Morrow and Company, Inc.

DeYoung, D. 2000. Dinosaurs and Creation: Questions and Answers. Grand Rapids: Baker Books (Kindle edition).

Schreeve, J. 1997. Uncovering Patagonia’s lost world. National Geographic 192(6):120–137

Learn more about creation Learn more about creation www.creationresearch.org
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Why Were Dinosaurs so Large?

The following Math Matters article by Dr. Don DeYoung was published in Creation Matters, Vol. 19, No. 3, May/June 2014.

Even though giant dinosaurs get the most publicity, many dinosaurs were smaller. Of the hundreds of known distinct species, the average adult size was that of a dog or sheep. For example the adult Compsognath weighed about 15 pounds, the size of a large cat. The Psittacosaur was smaller yet, similar in size to a squirrel.

With that qualifier, however, the sauropod dinosaurs were truly impressive with massive torsos, pillar-like legs, and long necks. The herbivore Argentinosaur may have been the heaviest beast ever to walk on land. Also found in Argentina, the largest predator may have been Gigantosaur, an economy-sized Tyrannosaur 42 feet long and weighing 8 tons (Schreeve, 1997).

Table 1 gives the weights of several representative animals (DeYoung, 2000). The values given for dinosaurs are estimates based on the size of their bones and on reconstructed models. Uncertainties in actual dinosaur body weights may be as much as 50 percent due to incomplete fossil remains.

Many reptiles grow throughout their lifetimes, gradually tapering off with age. An example is the Nile crocodile, the largest of the living reptiles. Some mammals, such as elephants, also grow slowly throughout their lives. The largest dinosaur fossils, therefore, may be from creatures that had lived for centuries.

Two evidences suggest a rapid early growth rate for the dinosaurs. First, few halfgrown dinosaur fossils have been found. Thus, dinosaurs may have rapidly passed through their juvenile phases. It may also be that specimens having smaller, fragile bones simply did not often survive the burial and fossilization process. Second, dinosaur bone texture, especially for the stegosaurs, shows evidence of rapid youthful growth. Robert Bakker estimates that stegosaurs may have grown from an egg to five tons in just one decade (Bakker, 1986).

The creation view sees purpose and design in nature, including the impressive size of some dinosaurs. The long necks of the sauropods may have allowed them to eat the foliage from tall trees. In this way dinosaur parents could reach a higher food source and avoid competition with their young. However, some paleontologists doubt that sauropods could dinosaur size also provided defense against attack from smaller foes. In the animal world there is a measure of safety in large size. Predators rarely attack something that is big and strong enough to injure them.

There are physical limits to the maximum size a creature can attain because the supporting bones and muscles must increase rapidly as the animal’s weight increases. Consider elephant bones which are so large that the legs themselves must be greatly thickened. Whales require smaller bones because of water buoyancy, but are in danger of fractured ribs if stranded out of water.

Suppose we double the size of an animal in all three dimensions including its length, height, and width. The animal’s volume and weight will then increase 8 times (2^3). However, the bone strength only increases 4 times (2^2). This is because the bones’ supporting strength depends on the cross-sectional area. The numerical comparison made here is between volume and area. If we could make a creature 10 times larger, its weight would increase 1,000 times (10^3) while its bone strength becomes only 100 times greater (10^2). The implication is that, for large animals, bone size must increase disproportionately more than body size. Galileo first wrote about this limitation on large size in 1638, nearly four centuries ago.

Table 2 gives some comparative bone diameters for a variety of relative animal sizes. Animals much larger than the dinosaurs would require bones too bulky to be practical. Notice that bone size must increase substantially out of proportion to animal size. King Kong and Godzilla can exist only in movies—not in the real world. The same area-volume reasoning also limits the possible size of trees. Perhaps you have seen the wide trunk needed to support a 350-foot redwood tree.

References

Bakker, R.T. 1986. The Dinosaur Heresies New York: William Morrow and Company, Inc.

DeYoung, D. 2000. Dinosaurs and Creation: Questions and Answers. Grand Rapids: Baker Books (Kindle edition).

Schreeve, J. 1997. Uncovering Patagonia’s lost world. National Geographic 192(6):120–137

Learn more about creation Learn more about creation www.creationresearch.org

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When my kids were younger, I used to take every Halloween to teach them the concept of taxes. After they would trick or treat, I would gather them around and take 40% of their candy and explain that this is how it is when you grow up and the government gets 40% of your pay check. They didn’t seem to enjoy the lesson.😕

Better yet!! IF you have a home based business then stock up on your sample packages and hand them out to the people as they come to YOUR house on Halloween!!!

Curved illusions? Is that when people think they can see the horizon curve when looking out of a plane window?

This is repugnant and distasteful. How desperate.

Scripture tells us not to mix the Holy with the profane.

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I rubberband these to rocks and throw them at neighborhood kids...is that bad?😎

Be careful what you hand out in Canada, you can be charged with hate speech and given jail time for handing out tracts containing anything derogatory about homosexuality or abortion.

I so love this guy I wish I knew what he does.. he's a great man I so respect him... But even if he made a bad mistake and fell I know God would restore him and make him even better.. of course you only answer to god.. but Ray if you ever fall man please get back up and God will help ya get over the self condemnation..and all the stupid stuff.dont fall away in these last days.. remember the falling away in the last days that's not you don't you ever give up no matter what ok. Your gods man and millions need you..or I should say God working through you..please never stop being his tool I just know he wouldn't want that..your loved by God first and me and others second.. never stop your work for God.. and like I said even if ya ever messed up roaly it can be a better stepping stone.. not sure why I'm saying all this.. I guess it's because we and me never want you to stop what your greàt work is doing.. your appriciated and loved and you really need to know that

Need those here in Australia

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I have always given out tracks to 'trick or treaters'. I know some people think it's not good to participate in Satan's holiday, if you will, BUT we have the Word of God to defeat him at his own game!! I would ALWAYS pray over them and for those who would get them. It's a WIN WIN for that day!!

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