Not much to say to this one. A lot of bible-thumpers somehow discount all the evidence as circumstantial.



Hahahahahaha writes:


youre so great

rimecuka writes:


This is the slowest moving comic I've ever seen. I know it's one panel a day and all, but really it isn't even entertaining...

The Snake writes:


rimecuka is a butthurt Christfag, methinks.

merideth writes:


methinks mebe i dont care if its long or boring ima post a comment on every page! BOOYAH!!!

rimecuka writes:


Nope, ima 100% non-believer. And I take back what I said. This comic has picked up and is now chugging along at an intense speed, and is preparing for a respectable finish. Kinda like your mother.

Spectre100 writes:


A good comic, even one panel at a time, requires a setup. the Book had it's own setup, if you read the bible one line at a time, it wouldn't be a massive message...

Katy writes:


Jeez, people!

1) If you don't have anything nice to say, keep your fingers OFF the keyboard.
2) Snake - that was OUT OF LINE. Just because someone doesn't like the speed at which the comic is moving, that doesn't necessarily make them a Xtian and just b/c someone is a Xtian that doesn't make them a Fundy.

I now return to my normal lunacy.

Double U writes:


Actually, I've heard it said that the dinosaurs may be a lot younger than scientists think, for example. Science isn't always accurate, and human history only goes back so far.

Unfortunately, I can only go so far as to defend this argument, so please don't hurt me for it.

TheAlmightyGuru writes:


@Double U: Indeed, science is often inaccurate, that's why it's always a good idea to question established knowledge. Could you offer a source for the idea that dinosaurs are younger than scientists believe?

This Site is a FAIL. writes:


Yes, rememebr the universe is the second oldest thing, God being first.


This Site is a FAIL.

TheAlmightyGuru writes:


@This Site is a FAIL.: Actually, physicists are currently of the mindset that time began when the universe began. Thus, even if something predated the universe, it would be improper to say that it was "older" than the universe.

Double U writes:


I suppose this is a bit weak, but someone else made an argument on The Internet Oracle:

Granted, it's largely a humorous site, but sometimes something serious gets through.

TheAlmightyGuru writes:


@Double U: The points made by Ian Davis in his statement are wrong. There are many transitional forms.

Also, the "fossilized" boot is simply ignorance of the fossilization process. The boot merely has a thin coating of limestone. This is not the same a fossilization which takes millions of years.

Techs writes:


Actually fossilization occures much faster than millions of years, but it is still very slow. So i would still give that questioner the boot. As for Oracle..ooookayyy, but still good.

TheAlmightyGuru writes:


@Techs: My mistake--fossilization usually takes several thousands of years. However, my point is the same, a boot being coated in limestone is not the same as fossilization.

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Oh the irony!