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#1
His skull was not built for brain storage. Brain surgery is not rocket science. He is a doctor of medicine but does not believe in evolution. All you can say that is what the phuck ???????? I really hope he don't get it now ,wow.

I used to think ignorance was the worst thing but it's not because ignorant minds can open to new thoughts and ideas but a mind that has learned total BS is difficult to de-brainwash.
#2
Who is Carson and why should I care about what he says?

People say things all the time, and I can guarantee you that all individuals will say silly things from time to time. It's the human way to be ignorant in certain aspects of life.
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#3
He's one of the front runners for the U.S. presidential election, however, the election is a year away... Soooo he's a meaningless nobody that will be forgotten in a few months.
#4
Yah especially important considering that every piece of US policy is contingent upon the true purpose of the pyramids.
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He's one of the front runners for the U.S. presidential election, however, the election is a year away... Soooo he's a meaningless nobody that will be forgotten in a few months.


Ok, I drew a blank. For some reason, I wasn't even thinking of the presidential candidates. I feel like a dumbass.
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Yah especially important considering that every piece of US policy is contingent upon the true purpose of the pyramids.


Having common sense is key to making good foreign policy decisions. A guy who thinks a structure built with only a few small rooms is a grain solo is quite clearly not qualified for the presidency. Ben Carson is an ignoramus and his absurd grain silo theory should scare the shit out of anyone who thinks Carson could be president.

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tbh nobody really knows what the pyramids were used for.


Right, because the myriad written records the Egyptians left behind describing their lives, death, and culture couldn’t possibly have made this sort of thing clear.
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He's one of the front runners for the U.S. presidential election, however, the election is a year away... Soooo he's a meaningless nobody that will be forgotten in a few months.


I've known a few neurologists who were nincompoops. Yes he stands a chance of becoming the next president of the United States. A brain surgeon who doesn't believe in evolution but must deal with penicillin resistant strains of bacteria .
#11
that reminds me of a biology professor at my college. teaches the major series and even has tenure, but completely denies evolution. a part of me thinks he's bitter because he wasn't accepted into medical school.

he's also a little perverted and not all there

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#12
Ben Carson does a great job defying the stereotype that brain surgeons are smart.
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#13
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Having common sense is key to making good foreign policy decisions. A guy who thinks a structure built with only a few small rooms is a grain solo is quite clearly not qualified for the presidency. Ben Carson is an ignoramus and his absurd grain silo theory should scare the shit out of anyone who thinks Carson could be president.


Wait til you find out how many presidents/candidates believe/believed a man lived in the belly of a whale for three days.
#14
To be honest. I teach in a school, and everyone just lumps everything in as "evolution-science fact". It's very frustrating because there's a actually the following: A.) Microevolution B.) Macroevolution C.) Universal Common Decent D.) Natural Selection.

A and D are provable B and C are simply theories.
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To be honest. I teach in a school, and everyone just lumps everything in as "evolution-science fact". It's very frustrating because there's a actually the following: A.) Microevolution B.) Macroevolution C.) Universal Common Decent D.) Natural Selection.

A and D are provable B and C are simply theories.


To paraphrase a quote I heard once:

"Believing in Microevolution but not in Macroevolution is like believing in inches but not feet."

There is literally no field of biology (and many others) that makes any sense without the major assumptions of evolutionary theory being true.
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To paraphrase a quote I heard once:

"Believing in Microevolution but not in Macroevolution is like believing in inches but not feet."

There is literally no field of biology (and many others) that makes any sense without the major assumptions of evolutionary theory being true.


YOu mean like the MAJOR ASSUMPTIONS Darwin made in the Galapagos about the finches beaks? lol.
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YOu mean like the MAJOR ASSUMPTIONS Darwin made in the Galapagos about the finches beaks? lol.


Yep. Darwin made some assumptions about finches back in 1837, therefore, the last 180 years of science are wrong.
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Yep. Darwin made some assumptions about finches back in 1837, therefore, the last 180 years of science are wrong.


good one
#19
yeah apparently its some biblical story where joseph stored a bunch of grain or something???
#20
that's a lot of grain.

so, wouldn't the pyramids have been full of grain alcohol by the time archaeologists first got into one?
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#21
Regarding Carson, ima just C+P what I recently did on Facebook.

So as far as I can tell, two of the candidates are related to previous presidents, they have two creationists running, a businessman who in his youth openly said that he would pander to a republican crowd due to their stupidity, and a social democrat who probably doesn't know what year it is. And the current president is a man who fights for equality, gets all his bills blocked by the senate, and uses his personality to avoid discussions over his love of drone strikes.

Honestly, if any other self-respecting country had these choices the public would have all of them killed, and would just restart the country from scratch.
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#22
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Ben Carson does a great job defying the stereotype that brain surgeons are smart.


Yeah, but how smart do they really need to be? It's not exactly rocket science.
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#23
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Right, because the myriad written records the Egyptians left behind describing their lives, death, and culture couldn’t possibly have made this sort of thing clear.

They left us pictures, a shitload of pictures.
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Yah especially important considering that every piece of US policy is contingent upon the true purpose of the pyramids.

good post, i approve
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tbh nobody really knows what the pyramids were used for.

yeah the dressed up corpses n shit are pretty ambiguous
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yeah the dressed up corpses n shit are pretty ambiguous

A mummy/mummies has/have never been found in a pyramid.
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A mummy/mummies has/have never been found in a pyramid.

well you learn something new every day

general consensus still seems to be that they were tombs tho nah?
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A mummy/mummies has/have never been found in a pyramid.

Did you ever consider that that may be because the pyramids in Egypt were built during the Middle Kingdom period, and when the tombs in the Valley of the Kings were constructed during the New Kingdom, these pyramids were opened and emptied?
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tbh nobody really knows what the pyramids were used for.


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#32
The Egyptians wrote down what Pyramids were built for. They are tombs.

The reason they stopped were because they kept getting broken into, and I have to imagine they were expensive as fuck.
#33
Ben Carson, like every other GOP candidate, is a moron.
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well you learn something new every day

general consensus still seems to be that they were tombs tho nah?

It's certainly a good theory, and I've got no problem with peeps supporting it.
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Did you ever consider that that may be because the pyramids in Egypt were built during the Middle Kingdom period, and when the tombs in the Valley of the Kings were constructed during the New Kingdom, these pyramids were opened and emptied?

That's possible as well, I'm just saying it's not completely confirmed what the pyramids were used for, and people hating on Ben Carson for this are being unreasonable.
#35
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Who is Carson and why should I care about what he says?

People say things all the time, and I can guarantee you that all individuals will say silly things from time to time. It's the human way to be ignorant in certain aspects of life.

He's the man that could soon be in charge of the largest nuclear arsenal in the world. If anything you should be very afraid.
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He's the man that could soon be in charge of the largest nuclear arsenal in the world. If anything you should be very afraid.

I'm sure he'll just use it for grain storage.
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Regarding Carson, ima just C+P what I recently did on Facebook.


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#38
apparently using infrared thermalimaging or some other bollocks science word, the theory of nefratiti's tomb being a secret chamber in king tut's, has a lot of weight now.

also secret passages and stuff in egyptian architecture was awesome. and obelisks. and how it, along with China, are probably the two most preserved ancient cultures. super cool.
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#39
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I'm sure he'll just use it for grain storage.

That will be his number one policy itiative. To find places to store the nation's supply of grain.
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Yah especially important considering that every piece of US policy is contingent upon the true purpose of the pyramids.


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