Point was, the "science" that you bow down to cannot get things right within 30 years, but you still bow down to it for their "30 million years ago" scenarios.
Not against parts of evolution at all, but also take things with a grain, sometimes a block of salt.
quit trying to work this ridiculous angle that people worship science or that it needs to be "bowed down to". they're not analogous and it's clear you're trying to make it seem like the same arguments can tear both down.
statements like this are particularly hilarious when you consider that almost everyone who drives a car, takes medicine, or really participates in modern society at all blindly trusts science in countless ways. maybe someone living off the grid eating a can of beans in the woods doesn't (or doesn't nearly as much) but i doubt that's what you're doing right now.
did you worry about planes falling out of the sky and crushing you while you drove to work or a gas pipeline exploding and burning you alive today? lol keep bowing down am i right
let's make this simple: is there a better way to understand the world around us than scientific inquiry? does any one religion provide a better way to treat diseases, solve massive engineering problems, feed the planet, or invent new energy sources? i'd gladly follow that religion.
richardson, gettleman, and the coaching staff have endorsed him.
piece of advice: if you can't stand the thought of cam possibly being our long-term starter at quarterback, then you should probably grab a bottle of old crow, throw on your matt moore jersey, go in to the spare room where you keep your john fox commemorative plate collection, and give a lot of thought to becoming a cowboys fan.
there defense has sucked all year...............i think some are giving john fox too much credit, his stubbornness here is what changed my opinion about him
maybe he's changed in denver (or maybe he's been stripped of the authority he had here) but fox's single minded dedication to his philosophy was his biggest problem when he was with the panthers.
we all got annoyed with the press conferences full of non-answers, the "we chose a bad day to have a bad day"s, the "it is what it is" quotes, etc. can you imagine fox-during his panthers tenure, at least-taking a hard look at himself, admitting that what he was doing wasn't working, and making a wholesale change like rivera? i can't.
and before somebody brings up The Golden Calf of Bristol for the 80th time, that was mike mccoy's work which is why he was such an in-demand head coaching candidate. fox was never entirely comfortable with the move and made several snide remarks in the media when the fan pressure was mounting.