Elijah Shadbolt

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Creationist and proud to say so.

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Kim Possible Punny School Sign: 5 comments
sublimegamer · 6 hours ago
Pun club, SIGN up
Stay woke my comrades, stay woke 2 comments
sublimegamer · 1 day ago
How does anyone find stuff like this that fit so well
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What is that I see 1 comments
sublimegamer · 2 days ago
Allan! Allan! Al! Allan! Allan!
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Sly dog 5 comments
sublimegamer · 1 week ago
Original line was "You sly dog! You had me monologuing!"
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Sly dog 5 comments
sublimegamer · 1 week ago
Syndrome got me
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We must rise against everyone 14 comments
sublimegamer · 1 week ago
Yeah, doesn't dyslexia just make it hard to spell words properly because they look similar/have the same letters but in different order?
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No Internet 4 comments
sublimegamer · 1 week ago
We legit had no internet in my house for the past 10 minutes. I COULDN'T PLAY OVERWATCH!
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10 times! 77 comments
sublimegamer · 1 week ago
I drink a lot of water and take the test on the way home from.
Try this magic 4 comments
sublimegamer · 1 week ago
It's magical misdirection in word form. I'm still disappointed tho
Who said evolution wasn't observable 14 comments
sublimegamer · 1 week ago
Say we take a phone book, and we find an entry: "John Doe, 123-4567". If a printing error (mutation) happened in the phone book, adding the letter 'a', it might become "Johan Doe, 123-4567". Now when someone tries to look up John Doe, they can't find his number! We lost the information stored in the arrangement of letters, because we added a single letter. The mutation did not add information, it mangled it. But what if instead a new mutation added a new entry: "Michael Jackson, 987-6543". Now when someone tries to call this number, the call does not reach anyone. That mutation wasn't useful or advantageous to the phone book, even though it was what appeared to be new information.
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For real though 3 comments
sublimegamer · 2 weeks ago
Always plan AT LEAST 50% more time than you think you will need to complete a project.
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Damn, that's one way to make a statement 6 comments
sublimegamer · 2 weeks ago
Darn socce-uh water polio players
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Well, It got a point 4 comments
sublimegamer · 2 weeks ago
The Skeleton war begs to disagree
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I'm Helen 16 comments
sublimegamer · 2 weeks ago
Choose your hero
Looks delicious though 14 comments
sublimegamer · 2 weeks ago
People posting this kind of misinformation are walnuts
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Brain 101 3 comments
sublimegamer · 2 weeks ago
"I can't fall asleep"
Who said evolution wasn't observable 14 comments
sublimegamer · 2 weeks ago
Copying pre-existing information to form a bigger gene sequence is still not producing new information.
As for beneficial mutations, take the peppered moth. It used to be light gray, blending in with the light trees. Black moths were rare because they stood out and were eaten. It was beneficial for moths to be gray. Then the industrial revolution happened and suddenly the black moths had better camouflage with all the soot. The gray ones stood out and were eaten much more frequently than the black moths, leading to a large stunt in the population of peppered moths. Black ones had the beneficial trait of being black, so they flourished, even though the information existed before the industrial revolution. Only the percentage of black moths in the population changed, causing the perceived evolution due to natural selection. (Oh, I guess this is to do with traits and not mutations, whoops)
Who said evolution wasn't observable 14 comments
sublimegamer · 2 weeks ago
The eons of mutations would probably form a seemingly new creature, but no process has been observed where new information can be added to the genetics of any creature. New species may not be able to breed, but this is due to deformation and loss of information, which is not helpful to the story of common ancenstry which requires onwards-and-upwards evolution. Also, beneficial mutation does not equal increase in information.
Who said evolution wasn't observable 14 comments
sublimegamer · 2 weeks ago
It is still that particular kind of fish. This kind of evolution is scientific. It does not prove or disprove common ancestry, which isn't scientific. I have no problem with a fish turning into a fish.
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He knows his math 12 comments
sublimegamer · 3 weeks ago
Hyperbole. (Although I still call a hyperbole a lie because it's subtle)
Penguin makes a brave escape attempt 5 comments
sublimegamer · 3 weeks ago
Epic peacock
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So they whent the first ones? 51 comments
sublimegamer · 3 weeks ago
We are so off topic
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So they whent the first ones? 51 comments
sublimegamer · 3 weeks ago
The same thing could be said for atheism. "Stop brainwashing them into believing God doesn't exist." This argument does not get us anywhere. Also, atheism is definitely not the simplest solution. Some of those evolutionary models are hella complex.
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So they whent the first ones? 51 comments
sublimegamer · 3 weeks ago
The youth are the most crucial people to teach as well. They are the future, and they deserve good answers (as does everyone). A simple "because God says so" puts a lot of doubt in their hearts. Keep up the good work!