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2009-07-01

Day three is the first day in which God makes life. However, life is a lot more complex than just simply throwing a few shrubberies here and there. To begin with, you need amino acids which are present in all life we're aware of.

The awesome amino acid graphic is the work of YassineMrabet.

 

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Bluecheetos writes:

 

I wonder who taught god all this chemistry required to make life... Is he even certified to be creating planets?

TheAlmightyGuru writes:

 

I think God worked for Dow Chemical before creating the universe.

Katy writes:

 

"...we demand ... shrubberies!!! NEE NEE NEEE!"

now, remember that god knows all and sees all (like Santa Claus) and therefore doesn't need to discuss the chemistry - he just knows it already!

TheAlmightyGuru writes:

 

If Santa could biologically engineer flying reindeer, anything's possible!

Double U writes:

 

I have to agree with Guru's last comment, even though it's facetious. My own POV is that God is somehow capable of doing things out of order - or what may seem to be out of order to us.

For example, when we read a book, we start with Chapter 1 and go through to the last chapter, although we might precede that with the preface or prologue if we're bored, but all that may not be the way the author wrote it, because he may have started writing the story in the middle.

So how is this I just said supposed to make sense? Because God is the ultimate computer programmer; He could, if He wanted, replace the Law of Gravity with the Law of Levity, which states that all things fall up instead of down.

Ah, but I digress....

TheAlmightyGuru writes:

 

@Double U: I like the "God doesn't have to obey logic" argument, because it represents a higher level of thinking than the more caveman-esque "God hates fags" arguments. If God is all-powerful, than, naturally, he would be able to prove that 2+2=4 and 2+2=5. He would be able to create a rock so heavy that he couldn't lift it, and yet, still be able to lift it. He could make matter without making matter, etc.

The fault with this argument is that, if God doesn't obey logic, then it is impossible to actually understand the mind of God. For example: God could demand that we follow his 10 commandments, but at the same time, send anyone to Hell for obeying the 10 commandments, and, at the same time, not care if anyone follows the 10 commandments.

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WOw, you are truly lost.

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SoapyCola writes:

 

WOw, you are truly toast.

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TheAlmightyGuru writes:

 

I -love- toast!


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