Quote# 78988

Earth was not only the first planet in existence, it was the first object in the universe that had mass.

The earth came first, then the universe was created around it.

AV1611VET, Christian Forums 77 Comments [1/25/2011 4:20:29 AM]
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We should give this guy an award as thanks for all the hours of wonderful entertainment. There's nothing like a good laugh first thing in the morning.

1/25/2011 4:32:18 AM


Still going strong.

I second the Lifetime Trolling Achievement Award for this guy. Pissing off everyone does not only require skill, but takes hard work as well.

1/25/2011 4:36:30 AM


Is there some kind of dedicated troll award? I think he's earned it.

1/25/2011 4:40:28 AM


I think i've seen this nick before... No improvement. Sorry to disappoint you, but we aren't, and never have been, the center of the Universe. And neither have you.

1/25/2011 5:02:33 AM

Percy Q. Shunn

This meatwhistle seems to put a tremendous amount of effort into posting the most ridiculous horseshit imaginable.

1/25/2011 5:03:35 AM


There are a lot of facts which are completely contrary to this hypothesis. Namely two examples:
- Nuclear composition of meteorites
- Distance of deep space objects (measured by red-shift)

Facts supporting this hypothesis:
- 'Faith'
- 'Scripture'

I think, carefully weighting this facts, we can conclude safely that the "Earth came first" hypothesis is successfully falsified.

1/25/2011 5:10:17 AM

I have to agree that AV deserves some recognition for his consistent dedication to the cause of increasing the Universal Moron Quotient.

1/25/2011 5:14:56 AM

Mrs. Antichrist

And they call us arrogant.

1/25/2011 5:23:41 AM

Okay, you got a hypothesis. On what observations is it based? And what experiments could you run to support it?

1/25/2011 5:29:59 AM


This guy has reached new depths in his patheticness! I almost feel sorry for you.

1/25/2011 5:39:15 AM


Does the universe itself not possess mass?

1/25/2011 5:55:36 AM


I think we might have stumbled on something even more hillarious here. If the Earth is the first thing to have mass, then you're claiming God does not have mass, but God can do anything so he has to have mass therefore your hypothesis that the earth was the first object in the universe to have mass is falsified. DAMN dude you fundiefucks even fail when using your own tautologies. Never mind science, your argument can't even pass the FAITH basis test, let alone a scientific argument

1/25/2011 5:59:01 AM


Astronomy,cosmology and physics fail

1/25/2011 6:13:37 AM

Brendan Rizzo


1/25/2011 6:26:12 AM



please explain haha

1/25/2011 6:26:29 AM

Mister Spak

Um, no, the sun was created first.

In the beginning there was only darkness, water, and the great god Bumba. One day Bumba, in pain from a stomachache, vomited up the sun. The sun dried up some of the water, leaving land. Still in pain, Bumba vomited up the moon, the stars, and then some animals: the leopard, the crocodile, the turtle, and, finally, some men, one of whom, Yoko Lima was white like Bumba.

1/25/2011 6:36:06 AM

Do you guys even read what you write?

1/25/2011 6:55:03 AM


This guy will always have a special place in my heart.

1/25/2011 7:06:57 AM


what the fuck double post

1/25/2011 7:07:59 AM


I wonder how it feels to be so wrong.

1/25/2011 7:14:06 AM

D Laurier

Are you smoking the cheap stuff again?

The earth is made of the debris left over from the formation of the sun.
The sun is a 3rd or 4th generation star.
Stars have mass.

1/25/2011 7:14:43 AM


How the fuck can anyone be so stu... Oh, AV. Nevermind.

1/25/2011 7:25:28 AM


m( <- facepalm

1/25/2011 7:30:54 AM


"Earth was not only the first planet in existence, it was the first object in the universe that had mass."

And where, Oh Wise One, did the mass come from if the stuff it's made up of didn't have any mass?

"The earth came first, then the universe was created around it."

That's not how ... well, anything works.

1/25/2011 8:02:12 AM


The Earth is 4.5 billion years old. The universe is nearly 14 billion years old.

Recently, astronomers discovered the earliest galaxy, which formed just 600 million years after the Big Bang.

Your call, AV1611VET.

1/25/2011 8:07:58 AM

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