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Off-Topic / Re: Everyone is Always Right
« on: January 03, 2014, 11:51:18 am »
If you know of a flaw in evolution that I don't Robert, I'm all ears.

Also whether evolution is real or not you very smart I'm blown away by how much you know about programming, evolution, your vocabulary, and pretty much everything. I honestly wish I knew nearly as much about Christianity and evolution combined compared to how much you seem to know about evolution by itself. You should be proud of yourself. (Y) =) I'm also tempted to think you might know more about Christianity than I do, I must confess though I love to pray and worship at church, though I love hearing the messages, it's very rare that I pick up a Bible and read it on my own. Idk it feels like a chore to read the Bible and since as a Christian, God is supposed to be the first and foremost priority in my life, so yeah I'm a hypocrite I think I need to learn more about both what I believe and follow it as well as learn more about evolution than what I know, because without hardly enough research on both ends I can't easily argue for or against evolution or Christianity.

Off-Topic / Re: A world without internet
« on: January 03, 2014, 11:47:14 am »
Tragic. I want my mommy.

Off-Topic / Re: Everyone is Always Right
« on: January 02, 2014, 11:14:49 pm »
Again I will say this, but I can't guarantee this will be the last time I'll have to say it - reproducing, multiplying, and adapting are not the same thing as evolution, I read the article you linked to and watched the five second video - the microscopic organisms in the video multiplied, none of them changed in appearance, they merely reproduced asexually. That doesn't prove anything. If you really want to convince me, please show me a video that shows a real transition between species.

Also please consider if a microscopic organism changes in appearance, I wouldn't consider that as evolution either, where as a catepiller changes, tadpoles do, yet it's all a part of a life cycle that continually produces the same visual changes each generation. Microscopic organisms I'm very certain can go through such cycles. It doesn't surprise me. Also, God created all animals at once, and I'm very certain that didn't include microscopic organisms. Please understand microscopic organisms are nothing like us so even if they do evolve that doesn't mean we do or that creationism is irrational.

Off-Topic / Re: Updates from Time Killer Games
« on: January 02, 2014, 10:56:10 pm »
Thanks! =)

Off-Topic / Updates from Time Killer Games
« on: January 02, 2014, 10:28:16 pm »
My website was redesigned and looks a lot better now, still a little
bland but I can't edit the layout or decorate it that much since my
weebly account is free. Though I am considering to upgrade once
I get a job and earn some money from that.

Real Men Wear Pink HD is having some major updates on the
way. I already made those changes but have yet to publish them
which won't take long. In this topic I will post more updates over
time. Also, I have already submitted the game for review for being
published on the OUYA Store and they already accepted it but I
decided to fix the last few bugs remaining before publishing it, right
now that's done and I'm waiting for them to accept my submission
again. I'm really excited to see it on the OUYA Store and it won't be
long before I will. Thank you everyone who gave feedback on Real
Men Wear Pink HD as I have already implemented everything you
guys requested. Cheers! :D

~Time Killer Games Productions

Off-Topic / Re: Everyone is Always Right
« on: January 02, 2014, 06:34:03 pm »
ExDeus - you still don't see my point. You are so wrapped up in your opinion you don't realize that almost everyone who buys this evolution crap was brainwashed by public school or by the influence of irresponsible parents.

If you can't see evolution take place, then even if it was true, you still can't call it science. It went in your ear and teleported to the other side of your head and out your other ear.I will say this again, and you won't have anything to back up your views in response. Even if evolution were true you can't at all observe it. Yes, I can wear a fur coat because I'm cold. Let's say we have another ice age, generations will go by numerous lifetimes have passed - we could all be wearing fur coats the entire time, yet none of us would grow fur. If that did eventually happen we can't prove it in anyway without living beyond what any human could possibly live - millions of years.

Yes, we have to guess sometimes in true science, but it technically can't be called science until it can be tested and proven through visual evidense. Science is something we learn and can see. Science gets discovered through guesswork and can be proven by testing a hypothesis and the test is passed.Theory is guesswork that has never been proven because it can never be tested.

What all evolutionists fail to see - you couldn't admit this even if it would kill you if you didn't, you can't see a species transition into another. Not possible - I'm repeating myself for the fourth time and you won't listen and you aren't capable of backing yourself up and you aren't recognizing that.If you can't see that transition between species - you can't live beyond roughly 80 but to prove evolution you need to live far beyond thousands.

Yes animals fight for survival - yes animals adapt to their surroundings - I can wear a sweater when cold and my descendants can too there's no way to prove we'll grow fur and become a different species just because I'm not an idiot - I know to do things that will keep me warm or comfortable - that's common sense -it doesn't mean my species will evolve a million years later if we all wear sweatshirts and there's another ice age. if that was the case it still can't be proven.  Are you seriously reading any of this?

Guess what? The moon is made out of cheese that is real science - the moon looks like cheese therefore it is cheese and that is less rediculous than what you are doing - you are making statement evolution is science. I'm sorry but that is a joke, if you say you think personally that it could be true is one thing but to act like I'm not living reality because I don't believe in the weird things you do is just rude and illogical. To think it might be right and to admit it might be wrong I have no problem with, but to say you know something that blatantly can't be proven or tested in any way, that is very ludicrous.

Can you stop pretending? Who are you trying to kid here? We aren't playing make believe here - it's not rocket science - please connect some dots.

Off-Topic / Re: What is a good programming language to start off with?
« on: January 01, 2014, 03:12:29 pm »
But if you don't mind less mobile platforms and a yearly subscription payment of $100 stencyl I've tried a while back it has both scripting and drag and drop much like GM, but unlike GM it has a drag and drop action for pretty much everything the coding can do, making it easy and quick work mostly clicking and dragging barely any typing is needed at all. Stencyl's DND has so many actions, so it may be hard to quickly access what you want, that's why the even included a way for you to search through all the actions available via enteringing short keywords.Stencyl is 100% free and has no restrictions for making online flash games BTW. Just like GM stencyl has box 20 physics, and all the same resource categories but with different names - objects are called actors, rooms are I think are stages. But it's all the same concepts. No shaders or 3D though, sadly.

Off-Topic / Re: Everyone is Always Right
« on: December 31, 2013, 11:34:46 pm »
I understand where you are coming from Robert but the common cold isn't instant proof of evolution. if it was we'd see that on TV and in the newspapers "guy discovers solid proof of evolution" - we all know the media would rub this in creationists' faces. I don't know what kind of virus causes the common cold but I do know a virus technically isn't a living thing therefore can't evolve. If this is a special case that is in fact a life form I'm very certain it's ability to adapt isn't directly connected to evolution. Again, for a species to evolve this takes billions of years - not seconds. Adapting is much different from evolving. Evolving involves a transition from one species to the next. Technically anything that has a brain or a more simplified means to make desisions, triggers, etc can adapt. I can put on a coat when it's cold - that doesn't mean I'm evolving into the deer skin I'm wearing so to speak. Everything that lives has a mind of its own whether smart or simple, whether advanced or simply running on instinct, even microscopic organisms know how to avoid potential threats - which could just be a scientific trigger they can't help, but you get what I'm saying, right? I don't care if you agree with me I actually think this conversation is giving some insight. =) whether evolution is or isn't the case it's quite interesting to learn about. =)

PS I wish I had four nipples that would be dead awesome I'd look like a sexy freak.

Off-Topic / Re: What is a good programming language to start off with?
« on: December 31, 2013, 11:10:49 pm »
I agree unity at least from what I heard is much better than GM, unfortunately I already put so much time and money into GM it's really hard for me to let it all go to waste (especially my current projects). But if I could do it all over and knew about unity before I ever invested in GM I would've never touched GM by what it greatly appears. Good luck man, make the change to an engine worth using and don't make the mistake I did. Read unity and/or monkey reviews and customer articles it should help you make your final desision. =)

Off-Topic / Re: Everyone is Always Right
« on: December 30, 2013, 07:59:46 pm »
You still haven't explained why exactly evolution suggests positive mutations while real life can easily, blatantly display that is retarded and opposite what is fact. You aren't capable of defending your views, so you resorted to ignore the points I made about evolution and changed the subject to why you think religion is bull.
I didn't do that because I said you misunderstand the theory of evolution. Because even now you say something about five legs for a goat, while that is in no way what evolution is all about.
Please understand, there are two concepts. Evolution and Devolution.

Devolution is for a species to "move backwards" or react with adapting in a way that is potentially negative and in most cases causes a species to become a species it formerly evolved from.

Evolution is the opposite, it is a process of gradual mutation and adapting to environments in a way that is positive and generally beneficial.

My point clearly was, yes I know a five legged animal isn't evolution - that is my point exactly. Mutation is never positive and is almost never hereditary. Are we on the same page?

You are so determined to say that evolution is true science. Why? Are you really that desperate to make everyone agree with you that you go to such great lengths as to pretend evolution is undeniable fact? Would it be any better than if a creationist called their views fact and rubbed it in your face? Oops I disagree with you. What if I turned the tables - I saw Jesus decend down from heaven and he said you are going to hell - an obvious joke - but if I was serious it'd be nothing better or worse that what you are doing quite honestly.

I'm not saying evolution is a fact, I'm not saying Christianity is fact. I am not saying neither of them aren't fact. But you aren't seeing that you are acting like evolution is undeniably real, for no reason other than you have not a fraction of understanding as to why us creationist believe what we do. Maybe if you could grasp that and actually hear and understand the evidences we have - maybe then if I'm lucky you'd notice that there is a real possibility that you could be wrong. That posibility is just as real with me and my perspective as it is with you and your perspective. Again, all of humanity other than a microscopic fraction, they all have the immature mindset they are always right no matter what. You are displaying a classic and predictable demonstration of this.

Off-Topic / happy holidays
« on: December 29, 2013, 10:21:19 am »
I don't want to debate further but I personally think we all can agree the Christmas holiday should take on a new name, since so many people protest to call it anything with "Christ" intentionally in it, why not give it a new name everyone could be happy with?Because hhonestly I don't that would be great I'd much rather have that than to hear "happy holidays", or open your "holiday gifts" from under your "holiday tree" because there are several different holidays out there they all have a name everyone can agree on except this one. "Holiday" is way too nonspecific honestly and I hate hearing it. So a new name I don't care if its called Evolutionmas I wouldn't complain since this holiday was initially nothing to do with Christianity, it was to my knowledge at first a marketing technique you know with Santa and whatnot, holiday shopping, you get the idea.

Off-Topic / Re: Everyone is Always Right
« on: December 29, 2013, 10:05:42 am »
@Robert I was quoting myself in a previous post, that's all I meant.

@egofree you are a solid gold genius. You see, even though you disagree with my religion, you didn't insult me or call me stupid, your post was very insightful.  (Y) though I partially disagree you still expressed your view in a respectful manner, in a way that is not argumentative. You also recognized there are flaws with both religion and evolution, which I agree with. Though we disagree on what those flaws specifically are, we still agree in a broad sense they both have flaws - which is what I was driving at here. =D

@TheExDeus I was being retarded again with the insults, my bad dude hopefully I won't do that again I don't intend on it. And "Deus" is Latin for God, so unless I missed a hidden meaning I think I know what your username means.

Off-Topic / Re: Everyone is Always Right
« on: December 29, 2013, 01:03:00 am »
I have no choice but to do this. Please come up with an elaborate excuse as to why you supposedly disagree with this quote I'm reposting...

You can breed pigs until the day you die farmer Joe, the pigs will not change one bit long after you and your descendants are dead. Yes microevoltion is science, that's because we can actually test and see it take place when fucking a butterfly. Macro evolution can't be tested by fossils or living things, because that requires us to find a way to either travel time or expand our life beyond a million years. Both of which is best left in fairytale sci fi movies. we shouldn't act like we know these things for certain trust me we have no way of knowing these things if we tried.

Mutations according to modern science clearly suggest nothing positive. If you think a goat born with five legs is proof of anything remotely close to a positive mutation, please also consider if that goat gets fucked by a she-goat I can garentee the baby goat will have four legs. What about that guy(s) in Asia born with two heads? Both heads have a wife now, and their kids have one head.

Off-Topic / Re: Everyone is Always Right
« on: December 29, 2013, 12:56:26 am »
Please argue with yourself until your head explodes or you rot in the dirt just don't involve me I have a life that must go on outside of the computer please don't hesitate to stick yourr erect penis up your USB port. Believe it or not the are better things for me to do like get a job or start driving since I'm 19 I have a lot more pressing needs than to argue endlessly about something neither of us will be able to convince or disprove the other. Is this making sense? Please, PLEASE tell me you aren't THIS stupid. I really hope you know this arguing shit is pointless.

Off-Topic / Re: Everyone is Always Right
« on: December 29, 2013, 12:47:25 am »
I knew you were going to say that. Get those rocks out of your ass and use at least a vague form of logic.

Are you you fiucking kidding me? I could debate this for god damn hours. I'm choosing not to because talking to a close-minded rock head is not beneficial to me nor is it to anyone. There are times when everyone just needs to shut up and what all the atheists I've met share this urge to argue stubbornly as if anyone is going to benefit or come to any agreement. It's pointless bullshit. All atheists have this in common - they don't know when to stfu and give it a rest there's no point, this topic wasn't meant to be a religious debate or anything remotely close to that so can you stop blabbering? You still haven't explained why exactly evolution suggests positive mutations while real life can easily, blatantly display that is retarded and opposite what is fact. You aren't capable of defending your views, so you resorted to ignore the points I made about evolution and changed the subject to why you think religion is bull. Don't tell me why religion is bull if you can't even defend why you think evolution isn't bull. I admitted I could be wrong about creationism, this dumbfuck crap how you can't hardly bother opening your eyes to the fact you could be wrong too, God forbid that, wow. Everything you say is fact, but guess what, everyone feels that way, and everyone down on planet earth disagree about a million different things. The chances of you being right is no more or less likely than the chance of me being right.