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Wow...what are the creationist/young earthers going to make of this?

Amisja 8 Feb 16

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God put them there along with the fossils to test their faith. He just likes to screw with their heads. Fun guy!

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I'd recognize those critters anywhere! Those are baby Ice Worms! According to Norse legends, they grow big enough to crush ships!

Hahaha

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Probably something similar to what a Flat-Earther once told that Australia, where I was born, raised and have lived for the past 65 years, doesn't exist, it IS just propaganda put out by the British Mapmakers.

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Heck everything is only a few thousand years old and the scientists do not know anything!

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They Will think of something trust me

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Between sobs, "That's a lie." Insistent sobbing, "Carbon dating is a lie. Junk science." Falling down, fetal position sucking thumb, "You're going to Hell."

[goo.gl]

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so they can restore the lowest life forms. i suppose there is some good news there. maybe for politicians?

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They will say all the dating methods are false or that you ate bad spaghetti or whatever. Why do we care what dumb assholes think? They will be dumb assholes regardless. You can't change them. Like tRump voters, you just have to wait for them to die and fight their bullshit every inch of the way.

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It reminds me of a Peanuts strip I saw years ago. Charlie Brown and Linus were standing on a beach. CB picked up a rock and threw it into the water. L asked him "What are you doing? That rock worked thousands of years to get to shore and now you've thrown it back."
Those worms survived tens of thousands of years and now we've changed things so they'll die.

Actually. I doubt that evidence means much to true new-earthers -- they'll just deny it.

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I don't know, but I'm not looking forward to being eaten by The Thing..

Hahaha

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They'll squirm.

godef Level 7 Feb 16, 2019
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Remember, these people don't believe in science. They will say if it's not in the bible it's not real.

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Very interesting. I must show that to the next Jehova's Witness that comes calling.

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The same thing they do work all the other evidence

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They already have bristle cone pines that are older than their earth, and they wriggle round that. (Big trees, you don't need a microscope to see.)

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Fuck the creationists, I think it's worth a 'wow!'

Me too!

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“How do you know they are 42,000 years old? We’re you there?”

is what they will say.

Actually...I was

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They will just either ignore it or deny it.

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If something survives for so long it has to be younger than you say it is or it wouldn’t survived. They’d have a similar argument to the one about the “living dinosaur tissue”

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I don't think the cryogenics people should get too excited. These are very simple organisms

I'm excited...I want to be frozen.

@Amisja expensive, but you can have your head done for a knock down rate

@Amisja You live in Lancashire, just stand outside for a bit.

@Fernapple hahaha

@Fernapple, @Moravian I like my particular bits n bats

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Devil worms!

Hahaha

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This is actually kind of scary, as far as I am concerned. What else from that permafrost is going to reincarnate?

Woolly mamoths?

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