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I Thought We Were the Anti-Science Nuts

You've got to see this video of abortion supporters ranting against science. I've always argued that pro-lifers are the ones embracing science even though we're constantly accused of wanting to drag people back to the Dark Ages.



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23 comments:

Paul Zummo said...

I said this a while back. The next time one of the moderators at a GOP debate asks a stupid question about conservatives being anti-science, a candidate should not that it's the Democratic party that is anti-science with it's pro-abortion stance. After all, the science on life is pretty much on our side. And their anti-science beliefs directly result in over one million dead babies every year.

Paul Rimmer said...

The only anti-science conservatives are the ones that categorically deny global warming, or the ones that don't accept evolution theory. Liberals can be equally anti-science, but typically about other issues.

Rob said...

Heart doesn't beat til 24 weeks? Hahahahahahahahahahahaha.

Erika Evans said...

Oh my gosh. These are the thinking capabilities of college students these days?! Gracious.

priest's wife said...

24 WEEKS???? maybe she meant 24 days? How stupid can you be?

I could 'understand' these pro-aborts saying "yes, the science shows there is human life, but we don't care."

Even the viability argument is getting bad for them- it's getting younger and younger

Ed said...

Are these the Materialist magicians that C.S. Lewis wrote of? Worshipping "forces" and "opinions" without acknowledging GOd? Funny and very very sad at the same time.

Lily said...

I also love how they say that virus are little living things. Actually, scientists don't know what exactly viruses are, but they certainly don't exhibit the characteristics of life. They aren't alive, technically. I guess pro-abortionists aren't good at ANY science, not just the science of gestation.

ProudHillbilly said...

Hand count - how many of those saying that science doesn't matter also hyperventilate over global warning? That whole "The science is settled" thing?

Anthony S. Layne said...

Think about this: in about 25-30 years, we'll be handing over care of our country to them ... assuming there's anything left of it.

Anonymous said...

Heart beat is detectable as early as 18 days. "Viability argument" is not an argument: the child is not only viable, but actually living, and will continue to live if left in peace. Lynda

crusader said...

Interesting, though I don't care that much who's for science. It matters, but I've always thought Christians were truer humanists than the "secular humanists," and that that is the paramount fact.

Anonymous said...

There is no global warming, and God created the universe.

theotpr said...

there is global warming and God is disappointed that we are not being good stewards of the universe.

Anonymous said...

"When people stop believing in God, they don't believe in nothing--they believe in anything."

Whether it's equating babies with viruses, rejecting observable facts, swallowing evolutionary mythology or global warming propaganda ON BLIND FAITH, these people are nutters. Which would be fine if you could just ignore them, but they're also numerous, irrational, and subscribe to an ideology that is as evil as Mao or Hitler or Lenin.

Anonymous said...

The issue is not whether there is "global warming". First of all, "global warming" does NOT mean that every place on earth is getting hotter, it means that AVERAGE global temperatures are rising. It is possible for some places or some seasons to get colder and still have the average global temperature go up. Hence the shift to the term "climate change."

Is climate change occurring? Of course, climate ALWAYS changes with time and it always will. The question is not whether climate change exists; the question is 1) whether human actions, natural cycles or other phenomena are the primary cause of this change, and 2) IF human action is a factor, what should be done about it.

Yes, I believe that climate change is occurring. What I DON'T believe is that it is necessarily driven by human actions, that it is necessarily going to be catastrophic, or that drastic and immediate restrictions on energy use (as opposed to gradual, economical and sensible shifts in energy use) are necessary to prevent it. If that makes me a "global warming denier," so be it.

Elaine

Anonymous said...

This video is proof that Abortion is a demonic religion. No science, no facts, no reasoning. Even with many, many women today coming forward with regrets of abortion along with the emotional scars, the evidence of breast cancer and/or the inability to bear children - they don't even give an inch on restricting abortions - NOTHING will stop their desire for a human sacrifice.

Anonymous said...

Global warming is not caused by man. Evolution without the Prime Mover, God, is impossible.

Unknown said...

wow! are you sure this wasn't one of Jay Leno's man on the street videos? If xy=female then I have a problem with my marriage! (unless xx=male, in which case I simply have a problem with my own gender identity)

Sophia's Favorite said...
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Sophia's Favorite said...

I personally incline to the "weak" position on anthropogenic climate change. I don't think we're having no effect, but I also know just how tiny an effect we even can have.

Understand, the atmosphere of the Earth has a mass of 5 quadrillion tons. That's a 5 followed by 15 zeroes. Put another way, even if we output 5 billion, with a B, tons of pollutants per year, it'd still take 10,000 years to equal 1 percent of the atmosphere's mass.

The Greens always say humans need to understand just how small they are, right?

Lily said...

I also love how, apparently, life=heartbeat (nevermind all the living creatures, including animals, that don't even have hearts.) Science has actually given us a list of characteristics for what makes something alive: http://infohost.nmt.edu/~klathrop/7characterisitcs_of_life.htm, give or take a characteristic (I've heard of 6 or 8 instead of 7). You'll notice that having a heartbeat isn't on there. Most people learn this in high school or middle school science. And if it has those characteristics, and has it's own human DNA separate from the mother, then what is it exactly?
A living human being!

Oh, but I guess we're supposed to ignore science now. Great.

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