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Post by cadbrowser » 2018-04-04 08:20am

I was doing some research online about air ionization and plasma (as it relates to fusion) when I started wafting into reading about stars which inevitably led to the Big Bang Theory. Which I've read countless times already, but I love reading about all that stuff and had some time to kill in between jobs here at work.

Yes, I'll admit, I read a lot on Wikipedia (no, I'm not ashamed). Sometimes the links they provide to other websites are handy in that some members of the scientific community like to try their hand at simplifying the concept for laymen. I appreciate varying author's attempts.

Well, I came across this website: Big Bang Theory. It was new and I decided to read it. I was ok with it up until I saw this:
Any discussion of the Big Bang theory would be incomplete without asking the question, what about God?
:wtf:

I scrolled down and saw a bunch of other links which led me to this link: Intelligent Design

Uh...really? This shit is still being wrote about? :banghead:

So Much More Nonsense Here :wanker:
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Post by cadbrowser » 2018-04-04 08:28am

I about spit coffee out my nose when I saw this: About Us :lol:
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Post by Khaat » 2018-04-04 10:18am

"Their cult is icky, our cult is much better" - the rallying cry of every religion forever, everywhere.
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Rule #2: Do not be taken in by small signs of normality.
Rule #3: Institutions will not save you.
Rule #4: Be outraged.
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Post by U.P. Cinnabar » 2018-04-04 11:47am

Definitely fundies . The whole "we're not a religion, we're believers" line gave it away.

Honestly, I was expecting the Fundamental Fysiks Group to be behind this. The line about where was God at the Big Bang sounds like Fred Wolf's butchery of quantum physics.
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