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RE: [skeptics-137] Local KC Creationist Science organizer's Tom Willis e-mail - funny as shit!

From: Marlys Kummer D.
Sent on: Wednesday, November 21, 2012 10:33 AM

I had forgotten how committed to evidence your were for your delusional beliefs.  I wonder if this guy really knows what he is saying.  It seems to me that evidence and for your DELUSIONAL beliefs are mutually exclusive.  


From: [address removed] [mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of Kansas City Skeptic
Sent: Wednesday, November 21,[masked]:56 AM
To: [address removed]
Subject: [skeptics-137] Local KC Creationist Science organizer's Tom Willis e-mail - funny as shit!


I got this from Tom Willis this morning. He and I have been trading jabs on evolution and scientific method over past monhts. I am thinking to book him for Skeptics and see if we can have some fun with this dude...........




I had forgotten how committed to evidence your were for your delusional beliefs.  Thanks for reminding me.  The entire KC atheists club undoubtedly observed this awesome mutation in real time... 40+ million years ago.  Not only that, they were undoubedly in the lab that observed the genes of the paddlefish.  Atheist science is so impressive... but a bit different than those in my degrees, where we were required to actually observe the claimed phenomena. It was a bit disappointing to never get an A on a paper in which I claimed that the observation occurred 40 million years ago.


But, then, atheist science is always a bit different than real science.  Atheists can draw "experimental evidence" from events that noone observed, either the event, or the before/after effects. 


Atheists are really, really lucky.  They all perform "experiments and observations" in the distant past, then declare them proof of their irrational worship of the god-like powers of mother nature.  


Atheist science consists of declaring your religion to be true, then declaring that all non observable events, including those that purportedly occurred 40 Million years ago,  prove  their religion is true.

My assessment is now, and always has been, that "atheist science" is, and always has been, totally devoid of proof in any sense "scientific."  Many people like you go to your grave screaming: "that my religion is true," and "science proves it."  The fact is Iggy, nothing as complex as a pocket comb has ever been observed by anyone to form spontaneously generate in nature.  That is true today, and will remain true no matter how long you live.  Some of you will continue screaming that claim until the very end, offering "evidence" like you offered in this series until the day you die.  For some strange reason, you then hope your destiny is that you will then essentially cease to exist.


Unfortunately that will not be the case.  Your body will die, but your spirit will live forever, and pay the consequences for your banal, consummately unscientific belief system.  Tell me Iggy, who will you then curse?? You won't be able to communicate with me.


You know Iggy, while I was never as stupidly atheistic as you are, I was essentially no better for many years.  Then, my Thermodynamics textbook, while persuing my degree in physics at a major University, whose authors were from Cal Tech, Princeton and one other major school, stated flatly that the 1st and 2nd Laws clearly made the notion of an old Earth Impossible, and the notion of Spontaneous Generation Impossible.  Like you, in my stupidity, I did nothing with this idea, even though I absolutely realized that there position was scientifically sound.  A few years later, during my divorce, friends were trying to help me, when one of them, an electrical engineer, pointed out a similar proof for the existence of God.  It was at that point that I felt forced to study this claim thoroughly.  I read Darwin, Gould, Johanson, and others.  I also read the Bible, and some of it's defenders, like Josh McDowell.  


Because of my strong background in science, I KNEW that the case built around the notion that Matter and Energy alone were a rock solid proof of the existence of God.  Even if Energy could have been here forever, it could not possibly still exist in an infinitely old universe.  The Big Bang came along as an atheist way around this fact.  It was a mythology that could not be true with what I knew about Thermodynamics, but trying to fit into that absure claims like Spontaneous Generation of life, a violation of the Law of Biogenesis, and construction of incredibly complex life forms from extremely simple ones was a claim so preposterous, that, even in my unbeleif, I could not stomach.  The whole atheist cloth is scientifically absurd.  


It is not possible that someone as shallow and ignorant as you will ever be able to convince me that my assessment of the atheist explanation has any merit at all.  I have read the tomes of the very best of your kind and found them pathetically without merit.  In fact, it was your "heros" who convinced me that something like the Bible must be true, because atheism could not possibly be true.


As stated above, my study of the Bible and its best defenders, and my reading of the alternatives to the Bible, none of which came close to a scientifically plausible case.  These all convinced me that the Bible is true!  Nothing I have heard from either atheist club in KC has convinced me that atheism is anything other than a pathetically weak and scientifically impossible belief system.  A few followers, yes.  But, very few, and fools all. 


I have not written any of you off, and will do whatever I can to help you.  This email is part of my effort.  But, I will not devote my life to hopeless cases.  There are so many who need the same help, but who are not yet such pathetic, committed fools. 

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