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March 28, 2005

*SNORT*

From the comments at Wizbang, the erudite Just Me responds to this:

"Is God trying to trick us? Did something happen during the Flood to cause smaller creatures to be buried first, the opposite of expected results? What exactly is going on here?"
....with this sage bit of wisdom:
Okay, just a hypothesis, but larger animals generally have legs and can run faster, and run to higher ground. So just guessing, maybe the larger animals got to higher ground, and weren't caught up in the waters where the silt and other stuff was burying all those smaller things. Then they got covered up by the water, and rotted away, leaving very little behind to get buried.
Just Me is either a very, very convincing satirist (which, perhaps, make him/her a poor satirist at that) - or one of the most simple-minded creationists I've had the pleasure of reading.

Hey, Just Me - go just here and just learn something.

Update: Other winning comments from Just Me...

Also, please come back to me, when those mosquitos turn into something that isn't a mosquito anymore.
I ain't never seen no fish turn into no monkey!

It's almost like he/she didn't bother to read much of anything, as speciation events have been covered over and over and over.

A question for Just Me: does being so obtuse come easily or do you really have to work at it?

Posted by Andy at 10:13 PM





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