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xornvestite:

Is this where they come from?

Your funeral-goers will now have a place to park their bicycles if we all switch to this brilliant standard of burial.
I hate to admit it, but I feel this way about most people.
stfuconservatives:

wtfox-:

duetoprivacy:

cell-of-my-heart:

raani:

tamaraleach:

an-ominous-atheist:

ohmessylifex:

Classic religious ignorance.

Are you… serious?
Religious people: trying to support their dogmatic bullshit by demonstrating their complete misunderstanding - usually deliberate - of anything scientific. 

WTF is this?  I’m laughing so hard it hurts!  Oh you bible apologists…

MATH. It’s different when you’re religious.

Oh, water cycle. I’m sorry.
I’m also sorry to any Christians out there who completed second grade science. Someone is giving y’all a bad name.

I think the only thing with this is when Christians take “and heaven an earth was created in literally 7  - 24 hour periods” 

It’s not so much that (although it is ridiculous) as that the calculation of the Earth being created 6,000 years or so ago has absolutely no explicit basis in Scripture. NONE. AT. ALL. and people who tell you “Yeah, it’s in the Bible that the earth was created 6,000 years ago” are morons who don’t fucking know how to read the book they like throwing at people. It’s all done by calculation and inference, using a text that is internally inconsistent, incomplete, and subject to errors in transmission and recording.
Also, if a text were absolute and factually inerrant, there would be only one possible answer you could extract from it. But the age of the earth in young earth creationism ranges anywhere from 5000-10,000 years, and that five thousand years is an awful lot of wiggle room for something that’s supposed to be authoritative.

Some people say I criticize Christians too often. LOOK AT THIS. LOOK AT IT. I can’t not reblog that.

AHAHHAHAH. Oh Christ. Jesus fucking H. Christ. This is just priceless.

iloveretro:

“Orbiting Earth in the spaceship, I saw how beautiful our planet is. People, let us preserve and increase this beauty, not destroy it!”

- Juri Alexejewitsch Gagarin