"A Man's a Man for all that!" - Rabbie Burns

"Religion? No thanks. I prefer not to outsource my brainwashing." - Bunc
Trying to get your average Joe creationist to understand the phrase scientific theory is as hard as getting a fish to enjoy mountaineering. Its an unimagined world for them - it requires a complete reversal of their normal modes of thinking and being. The fact that humans could explain the complexities of this world without a creating God is a world view they cannot grasp. It's like asking a tuna if it appreciates the view from the top of Mount Everest. Bunc

Mar 5, 2010

Whats the worst that could happen?

 I know it's a rather apocalyptic vision - but no one said that you cant exaggerate in a cartoon to make a point.
There was an interesting new study published today which reviewed a large number of studies from a range of disciplines all of which seem to be pointing to continuing rises in global temperatures. Still we shouldn't worry too much because there will still no doubt be life on this planet long after we have gone.

4 comments:

Marf said...

Somehow I think the sharks would die off before all the humans. Humans are crazy adaptable. There's no way the current population of the earth could be maintained in the event of massive global warming, but you can bet you ass the human species will survive.

Rummuser said...

Thathaasthu. That is "So be it!" in Sanskrit.

Bunc said...

Marf/Rum - I also think humans would survive somewhere - as I said its exaggeration to make a point. As for sanskrit sayings - that just goes to prove the point about how fatalistic much eastern philosphy is I think.

Delirious said...

Bunc, Here is a blog for you. This guy is a member of my church, but also an evolutionist. I don't agree with all of his opinions, but I do agree with this post of his.

http://mormoninsights.blogspot.com/2010/03/why-evolutionists-should-respect.html

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