Another Kent Hovind video. This guy is something else. In this video, I debunk his claims about evolution. Spoiler: I rip him a new asshole.
In this video, I expounded upon Hemant Mehta’s video about Jehovah’s Witnesses. I really like and respect Hemant Mehta. I was giving my viewpoint on the subject from an insider’s perspective.
Listen to this jag off try to convince people that the moon is like 1,000 miles away from us. I do the math. It’s definitely not.
The answer isn’t what you think it is. Yes, they do, in the form of birds. But Kent Hovind thinks they exist now, in the same form in which they existed 65 million years ago.
Pastor Shane is here to tell us how to get prayers answered. His solution: Pray for what you know is going to happen. Problem solved. And if god doesn’t grant your wishes, it’s because it wasn’t his will. So cool it.
Thom Hartmann debates an atheist and fails miserably. He dances around definitions and argues himself into a corner a couple of times. I really like Thom Hartmann with regards to political matters, but he needs to stay out of religion. Seriously.
I’ve gotten a ton of hate for this video. Seriously. People HATED me for making this video. It started out as hate because I was getting kind of political, but in the end, it was the christians that hated me the most. I’m still getting vicious christian comments on this.
This kid made a video and put it on youtube. He should expect to get seriously harassed, right? He doesn’t seem to realize what he’s saying. He attacks atheists and compliments them at the same time.
This was my first video ever. It wasn’t particularly good. I didn’t have a decent microphone and I didn’t really have a plan for it. But it’s a piece of history now, isn’t it? So here it is.
This is a quote from Thunderf00t in his video Why do people laugh at creationists? (Part 40):
…When i was first confronted with this aggregate knowledge of mankind, my first thought was, “dear god, what a fantastic opportunity to climb to the top; to stand on the shoulders of the giants. to see further than anyone has ever seen before. and my hard work in climbing that mountain has been rewarded with an insight into the universe you couldn’t even begin to fathom. i feel the earth move under my feet. i see the universe from the subatomic to the intergalactic. i see processes from billionths of a second to billions of years. i see the history of the hydrogen that makes up some 2/3 of the organism that is currently making this [statement]. and i dare to hope where they may go in the next billion years. and because of the wonders that i know you will never see, i pity you. i pity people like you, who had this amazing opportunity. people who had won this golden ticket to see the wonders of the universe; an opportunity that few in the history of mankind have ever had. and you willingly turned it down, instead being happy with the fireside stories of some pre-dark age goat herders, about things like killing people for picking up sticks on the wrong day of the week, and dipping your toes and fingers and ears in blood because it was the wishes of some guy who claimed to talk to a god. whose description sounds remarkably like a volcano. dear god, you have wasted your life. i beseech you, as someone who has stood on the top of the mountain: do not waste the rest of it.