Which is more tragic, Ray Comfort's banana argument or Deepak Chopra's quantum consciousness?

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  1. I think holding a genetically engineered banana in his hand and using it as an example of intelligent design was priceless. Just priceless.

  2. Both come second to this in irony-value:
    One of the most basic laws in the universe is the Second Law of Thermodynamics. This states that as time goes by, entropy in an environment will increase. Evolution argues differently against a law that is accepted EVERYWHERE BY EVERYONE. Evolution says that we started out simple, and over time became more complex. That just isn’t possible: UNLESS there is a giant outside source of energy supplying the Earth with huge amounts of energy. If there were such a source, scientists would certainly know about it. [emphasis added]
    awesomestnerd, SmashBoards 422 Comments [11/7/2005 12:00:00 AM]
    Fundie Index: 17
    Edit: Mia, you don’t seem to read other people’s answers from start to finish, nor know what FSTDT is. That I’m posting it means I think it’s a more tragic argument than either of the two mentioned, not that I ascribe to it.
    Edit 2@B K – Sigh.. Do you look at questions through a newspaper page with holes in it so that you only see parts of them? I wonder what the asker of the question has to say about this. Isn’t it stupid I somehow need to demonstrate I’m not supporting a position which I’m quite evidently not supporting?

  3. Deepak chopra’s whole gig is in assuming that bells theorem is correct.
    That at least is possible, unlike Ray comfort’s bullshit.

  4. Neither, rather it’s an atheist who doesn’t know anything about spiritual matters dissing those who might. The Buddha says that until you experience Nirvana, you can’t know what Nirvana is.
    A close-minded anybody is a tragedy. A mocking one is even more so.

  5. The first one. 🙂 Have you ever even studied quantum consciousness? I’ll bet not.
    …um, I thought the giant sun was a huge source of energy for the earth invisible talker…?

  6. I never really liked Chopra that much but I can understand what he is trying to say about the quantum consciousness thing.
    A great many people seem to be connected to something that gives them some serious spiritual assistance. Anyone who can’t do it always makes fun of them but the message that they hear is so strikingly similar that it is hard to discount it as the ramblings of idiots as so many of the skeptics do.
    The banana thing is pure stupidity.
    Love and blessings Don

  7. Ray Comfort (is that a real name or what) is easily more bananas than Deepak Chopra, who is simply deluding himself.
    If Ray’s banana argument isn’t a gift to atheists, I don’t know what is.
    @Invisible Talker – Another gift for the atheists! I think you have missed something that is staring you in the face? “a giant outside source of energy supplying the Earth with huge amounts of energy” LIKE THE SUN?

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