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# Macro evolution 2

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 Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point Started: 1/23/2008 Category: Technology Updated: 9 years ago Status: Voting Period Viewed: 1,899 times Debate No: 2121
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Posted by Yraelz 9 years ago
Sorry, this "10&#8722;14" is supposed to say 10-14
Posted by solo 9 years ago
I agree. Not wanting to do research and thus skipping key arguments isn't a successful strategy in winning. Good job Yraelz!
Posted by Kleptin 9 years ago
The debate's winner is clear to see.

This point has been made not just by Pro, but by about 5 other people. Myself included.

Keep on going with these threads, and I'm just going to make it a habit to vote for whoever opposes you, firemonkey.

Give it up. You lost. Over 6 times. That's enough.
Posted by Tatarize 9 years ago
http://www.astronomycafe.net...

"The luminosity of the Sun is 200 trillion trillion watts or 2 x 10^33 ergs per second. From Einstein's famous equation, E = mc^2, and using c = 3 x 10^10 centimeters/sec, the Sun's luminosity is equal to a loss of mass from the fusion cycle of about 2 x 10^12 grams/second. Over one year this is 7 x 10^19 grams, and over the entire life of the Sun to date is about 3.1 x 10^29 grams. The mass of the Sun is 4 x 10^33 grams so this loss equals 0.008 percent of its current mass. The mass of Jupiter is about 0.1 percent of the Sun's current mass, so over the Sun's entire lifetime to date, it has lost barely 0.08 percent of Jupiter's mass, or about the mass of the Earth."
Posted by Yraelz 9 years ago
Thanks tatarize, your input interests me.
Posted by Tatarize 9 years ago
Yraelz, Creationists would believe that because I just ate a quarter pound of food five minutes ago I must be born within the last week.

1/4 pound in five minutes => 1 pound ever 20 minutes => 3 pounds ever hour => 73 pounds a day => 511 pounds a week. Hell the heaviest person ever was born at most 2 weeks ago. Clearly all this evolution stuff is mumbo-jumbo.

Every change must have been doing exactly that since the start of the universe. You lose one hair in a given second and you'll be bald in a day and a half.

Such odd sets of arguments these.
Posted by Yraelz 9 years ago