Thursday, June 09, 2005

IDiot + Computer = Nonsense

Another day, another Creationist. Today's victim of my wrath is Michael Joyce, a man who is in my opinion of course a complete freaking moron. He says "Persons have permission to use any of this material, provided Michael Joyce, Bill Johnston, Brenda Butler or Ron West are appropriately acknowledged." Okey dokey, let's get this out of the way:

Michael Joyce, Bill Johnston, Brenda Butler or Ron West wrote "God - THE MATHEMATICAL EVIDENCE" or "All the Bullshit in Italics".

Ok, here we go:

The solar system and certain natural phenomena are hallmarked with significant numerals.

As soon as I saw this, I knew it was going to be a classic case of shoehorning. Joy.

The first 7 words of Genesis, chapter 1, in the Hebrew Bible translate to: "In the beginning God created the Heavens and the Earth". To which most Evolutionists will respond as absolute "twaddle".

Doing my work for me? This is going to be easy. Except replace "Evolutionists" with "People Who are not Full of Shit". Like this: To which most People Who are not Full of Shit will respond as absolute "twaddle". I like that a lot better.

Our astrophysicists are likely to state: "In the beginning, the Big Bang ( created the stars and planets. )"

No, only mongoloids and IDiots would say that. I'd like to meet an astrophysicist that believes the Big Bang itself created the stars and planets. I'd slap him upside the head with his bible and piss on his Phd.

Circa 200 BC the Jews incorporated a method of numeration to words in the Torah, written in ancient Hebrew, by assigning a particular numerical value to each of the 22 letters of its alphabet. This is called Gematria.

So he's going to base his whole argument on Jewish mysticism. This is called stupid.

Hydrogen was the first manifestation of matter and can be looked upon as "giving birth" to all other atoms of the 100 or so different chemical elements such as carbon, oxygen, iron.

Someone please tell me this website is a joke. Just shut the damn internet down. You need a license to fish and hunt, but any IDiot that can type can spout Creationist woo-woo. I guess to someone who believes an invisible man in the sky created everything, it's not a big step to say hydrogen magically turned into every one of those there "100 or so" different chemical elements.

Numerals such as:...523 ( very closely approximates to p/6 , used to find the volume of a sphere )...Have been IMPRINTED in DIMENSIONS involving the SUN, EARTH & MOON and HYDROGEN...Were they stamp marked by accident? I think NOT!! It is a signature of an INTELLIGENT AGENT.

If this AGENT were so damned INTELLIGENT, why did it HAVE to APPROXIMATE? Come to think of it, most people measure the volume of a sphere with (4 / 3)x3.14xr3, not 523p/6... (No button for pi. Sue me!)

There is a definite case for evidence of an Architect of the Universe ( God, Creator, Intelligence ) when the simple numerical equivalents of the components of the solar system and atoms are considered, instead of their perceived measurements in whatever units ( miles, kilometres, nanometres etc ).

This makes no sense at all. Numbers can be evidence, but not if you make them up. Silly us for "perceiving measurements in whatever units". The site goes on to show a diagram with the Sun, Earth, and the Moon at nonsensical distances from one another.

But how do we obtain the number values shown in the diagram?

I'm dying to know. I'll go out on a limb and say it's probably by way of some assinine method.

By using the solar factor 72. SEVENTY-TWO ( 72 ) is the factor, which converts mile measurements in the micro- and macrocosms ( atoms, stars & planets ) into simple numbers.

Of course! The old SEVENTY-TWO rule. We all know that multiplying any number by 72 makes it simple. For instance, we know from the diagram that the Sun is 130000 simple numbers from the Earth. 130000/72 = 1805.555555. So the Earth is 1805.555555 miles from the Sun, right? Does this dumbass realize that the distance between the Sun and Earth changes? Anyway, I'm sure there's a good reason for using "72" and not 73 or 74. Let's see...

The ancient Maya included the number 7200 in their "long count" of days, because they were concerned about events ages ahead in the future.

I see. Since the ancient Maya included 7200 in their calendar, we should use 72 to multiply miles by to get the simple number. I'm friggin confused now. Do IDiots ever use logic? Or their brains? These people probably have to think about breathing in order to do it. I wish this one would forget.

The numbers 72 and its "mirror" image 27 have a property, unique only with planet Earth. 0297 is the mirror image of the Earth's 7920 miles diameter. When 7920 is divided by 72, and 0297 by 27, the result is the SAME. It is 11.

That would be cool if the diameter of the earth were 7920 miles in diameter. Unfortunately, it's not. And the mirror image of 7920 would be more like this:
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This is not even a number.

In "The Tenth Insight", the sequel to "The Celestine Prophecy", the authors write ...

Stop. I can't take anymore. Citing The Celestine Prophecy as evidence the numbers you pulled out of your ass show a divine creator is akin to citing a Transformers coloring book as evidence big robots live among us.

The article babbles on, making up numbers to apply to Jebus, photosynthesis, and reincarnation. All this supposedly shows that since the numbers are there, the universe was designed. Does it matter if the "evidence" is all made up? IDiot...

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