Plot Hole in Evolution? 62 replies

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sl0w-m0

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#61 11 years ago

Rich19;4454233Well whatever, the main question I was asking is why is it relevant?

And on a sidenote, since you are so determined it is totally fact, where did you get the 4% figure from? Are you sure it's not 3% or 5% or 68.8590385%?

I'm also wondering how the hell he pulls that fact out of his ass. Does he know everything in the universe or something? Because that would be the only way to compare how much we know to everything there is to know

So not only is his figure not relevant but its also stupid and obviously made up




ItsChip

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#62 11 years ago
The stig;4451559Religious text have much more plot holes.

AGREED TO THE MAX!!!!

I agree with this so much im giving you rep!:nodding:




Junk angel

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#63 11 years ago

I'm also wondering how the hell he pulls that fact out of his ass. Does he know everything in the universe or something? Because that would be the only way to compare how much we know to everything there is to know

So not only is his figure not relevant but its also stupid and obviously made up

As far as I know, we do indeed know what exactly the universe is made up of in those 4%. The truth is, another circa 30% is supposed to be made out of dark matter, and the rest out of dark energy. While we don't fully know what it is, we can ascertain to it due to the effects these things have on the universe - for instance the speeding up of the universes expansion. But Dark energy is still kinda hidden. It could be, that it's merely the effect of a part of the gravitational equation which could make mass push away from other mass instead of being attracted to it.

The thing is, dark matter might be solved in a short time, thanks to the new big speed wheel and dark energy - well it did take 80 years to get on the verge of understanding dark matter.