How Did I Miss This?

This was an interesting response video to the Banana Argument. It’s been around for several weeks, but I hadn’t seen it before. It’s worth it just to watch the part about the evolution of the banana.

[tags]Ray Comfort, atheist, atheism, Banana Argument, Christian, evolution[/tags]

  • Brent Galloway

    The bannana proves that god has homoerotic fantasies or is a woman.

    Well, that statment isn’t any dumber than the statment “The bannana proves God’s existance.”

  • Alex Leckie

    Hey everyone just discovered the site and have found some interesting things. but i would just like to add that last year for my year 10 science project we had to choose a scientific issue and i decided to do antimatter as it has always fascinated me, but what came as a big surprise to me is that a lot of scientists have begun to stop supporting the big bang theory as it does not explain the existance a massive collections of antimatter in our universe and instead have moved to towards the “Plasma Universe Theory”

    Just thought id share that.

  • Richard Wade

    Hey Alex, welcome. If you understand it well enough, could you explain in lay terms what the Plasma Universe Theory is? It sounds interesting. I’ve never completely liked he Big Bang Theory myself. Too noisy.

    How Comfort and Cameron get from the Big Banana Theory to the Big God Theory by way of the Big Bang Theory is way beyond my ability to follow, but the consensus around here is they’ve got nothing but the Big Fart in a Gale Theory.

    The Plasma Universe Theory doesn’t have the word “Big” in it, which is a plus right from the start and if you can’t fit a banana into it for the first several billion years, great!

  • Paul

    Hey Rick,

    so just how would you go about proving “God”?

    Just curious,

  • Meryl

    Uh a penis fits in his mouth …does that mean god wants him to blow guys?

  • DDrake

    To Darsch

    “I’m not an atheist and I don’t think I can call myself a pantheist. We are in the position of a little child entering a huge library filled with books in many different languages. The child knows someone must have written those books. It does not know how. The child dimly suspects a mysterious order in the arrangement of the books but doesn’t know what it is. That, it seems to me, is the attitude of even the most intelligent human being toward God. We see a universe marvelously arranged and obeying certain laws, but only dimly understand these laws. Our limited minds cannot grasp the mysterious force that moves the constellations. I am fascinated by Spinoza’s pantheism, but admire even more his contributions to modern thought because he is the first philosopher to deal with the soul and the body as one, not two separate things.”

    Attributed to A. Einstein.

    Although he did not believe in a personal God, one cannot say that Albert did not believe in God. And I think he went far beyond using the term “God” as a comparison to “Mother Nature.”