Thursday, May 14, 2009

The Educated, Ignorant Scums


bible, god, subatomic, quarks, gluons, protons, physics, bible, jesus,

The Real Big Bang by MC1171611 is a great example of the"I don't understand it, therefore you're an idiot" thinking that is so popular with fundys and wingnuts.


The stupid little sect of "educated" idiots in this country that believes in evolution you know, scientists and other people with PhDs. They're just drooling morons. who know things. will doubtlessly think the title denotes an overbearing, fantastical account of an event that can't be proven yeah, it does, keep reading and of which there is no evidence, but that's not the case at all. In fact, I'm just going to post some Scripture and run those little scums i just want to convert now, don't you? off right now: there's no sense in having an idiot involved in an intelligent, spiritual conversation. wait, why are you here, again? It would be like involving a centipede or a spinach plant in a physics discussion. or you in a physics discussion, as you so ably prove later.


2 Pet. 3:10 But the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night; in the which the heavens shall pass away with a great noise, and the elements shall melt with fervent heat, the earth also and the works that are therein shall be burned up.


Cool, huh? meh. This is speaking about the last days, after the Tribulation and the Millennium. ah, apocalypse freaks. they're so much fun. In this time, Jesus has just ruled and reigned for 1,000 glorious years, but the Devil is released for a short time and hell again breaks loose. The armies of the world rise up against the LORD and are crushed into tiny, tiny pieces. stop and think about this for a moment. jesus hisownveryself has ruled the world, in person, for 1,000 years, but people decide to defect to satan anyway? knowing damn well who's going to win that one? why? the only thing i can think of is that life under jesus' rule is so horrible that people will take any chance at all to get themselves damned to hell instead. At that time, God really busts this place up. sigh. Let's get a little context on this occurrence. what an interesting use of the word "context".

skipping some random stuff to get to the money shot:


2 Pet. 3:10 But the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night; in the which the heavens shall pass away with a great noise, and the elements shall melt with fervent heat, the earth also and the works that are therein shall be burned up.

Wow. Obviously, if you believe that God wrote this Book and that it's infallible and perfect, let's just assume no on those two then you have no choice but to believe that the whole universe ("heavens") is going to be destroyed at the atomic level! um, really? and why? and where is heaven, anyway? keep in mind, 2,000 years ago, "the elements" did not refer to the periodic table, it referred to air, earth, fire and water. those were the elements. ancient literature in context understanding fail. Don't agree? Then I'm sure there's a "The Bible is so nice" or "What Version do you like" blog out there for ya or you could just stick where you are, i've got cookies!; enjoy. This is about believing the Bible, so you aren't going to fit in too well if you don't believe it. fuck you and your "educated" opinions. my opinions are the only ones that matter!


2 Pet. 3:11 Seeing then that all these things shall be dissolved, what manner of persons ought ye to be in all holy conversation and godliness,"Dissolved" is a good word to describe it; isn't it awesome how flawless the Book is? Hallelujah, we serve an AWESOME GOD!! apparently, MCwhatever really likes the world "dissolved". really. a lot.


2 Pet. 3:12 Looking for and hasting unto the coming of the day of God, wherein the heavens being on fire shall be dissolved, and the elements shall melt with fervent heat?There's that "dissolved" phrase again. Let me address the scientific significance of this real fast.

oh, do, please

Many scientists agree that the particles of atoms, electrons, neutrons and protons, are in turn made up of particles called "quarks." "many" scientists? how about, this is the way things are and anyone living in reality agrees on it? Three quarks each, to be exact. These particles have a magnetic charge which holds them together; however, this poses a serious and almost insurmountable problem for science: having three particles that are charged magnetically means that there is an imbalance of force (one negative vs. two positive), so how does an atom stay together?

this is neither a serious, nor an insurmountable problem for science. in fact, it's a "problem" with a solution already worked out: gluons. According to physics dogma, protons, found in the nucleus of the atom, are primarily built of particles called quarks, along with particles called gluons that bind the quarks together. No god necessary, unless we want to rename gluons jesus. i'm voting against that.

Well, I would like to propose that the Bible holds the answer to this question. you can propose anything you want, it doesn't necessarily make sense. In fact, I already provided the answer, though you might not have caught it. Let me provide it again. you proposed that ignorance of subatomic physics is an answer unto itself.


2 Pet. 3:7 But the heavens and the earth, which are now, by the same word are kept in store, reserved unto fire against the day of judgment and perdition of ungodly men.

Now is that cool or what? Sure, think about the ramifications of that statement. I don't much dwell on the things that science can't measure, explain or reason away: if God says it, I believe it. ignorance being its own reward. It makes life so much simpler, and you wind up being right way more often. if you define "right" as "whatever my opinion happens to be at the moment", then yes, i suppose you would be right, well, always.

wish i'd thought of that one before i went out and researched and learned things. woulda saved me a lot of time.

7 comments:

  1. Where do you keep finding these fucknuts?

    The comic is brilliant, by the way. I couldn't tell if it was an actual piece of atheist propaganda, or an attempt at satire by the fundies!

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  2. First, am I the only one who read this guy's blogspot address as "word o faking" instead of "word of a king"?
    Second, I went to this guy's blog to see if it made any more sense when you read the post in it's entirety. It doesn't, so if you haven't, don't bother.
    Third, this person sounds very young, but it has occured to me that I've read stuff from older fundies and that reads as being young too. Like their minds (and writing) don't go past high school. It's weird.

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  3. you know, i can't figure that out either. yay on the apocalypse?

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  4. i kept reading it word of faking, too. in fact, i couldn't figure out why he would name his blog that.

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  5. Thanks again for finding another nutter! I too saw word-o-faking. Glad it wasn't just me that appreciated the irony! :-)

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  6. Also he appears to state that electrons are composed of quarks. In context this error is small, but just another illustration of not doing his homework...

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  7. What a complete douche. I'd have him down as a dumb as a bag of rocks old redneck who half-read a wiki stub on physics and figures that that, along with his Biblical certainty, makes him more knowledgeable than, say, Stephen Hawking.

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