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32,000 yo plant brought back to life
#11
RE: 32,000 yo plant brought back to life
Fum fum bluster bluster science is a sin bluster fum.

Boru
'There are people who long for immortality in the afterlife who don't know what to do with themselves on a rainy Sunday afternoon.' - Isaac Asimov
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#12
RE: 32,000 yo plant brought back to life
This is very cool but...

How do you falsify the claims of the Russian team now that the seeds have germinated?

It's the Russians...
Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former.

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#13
RE: 32,000 yo plant brought back to life
I didn't know Pat Robertson had died.

Or does he count as more of a fungus?
Never trust a crazy woman.


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#14
RE: 32,000 yo plant brought back to life
Are there plant relatives in heaven?
God(s) and religions are man made and the bane of humanity. 

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#15
RE: 32,000 yo plant brought back to life
"Earth Not A Globe!" "Calculation will only lead you astray!" ~ Samuel Rowbotham, founder of Zetetic Astronomy

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#16
RE: 32,000 yo plant brought back to life
“The seed cache was placed there by God under the permafrost to look like a squirrel hid it 32,000 years ago, He is just dicking with ya’ll.” ~ Pastor Lo Bottomie, 2nd Congregation of the Blood of Christ, Bumphoc, Indiana.
"Ocean: A body of water occupying about two-thirds of a world made for man - who has no gills.” ~ Ambrose Bierce

“I am quite sure now that often, very often, in matters concerning religion and politics a man's reasoning powers are not above the monkey's." - Mark Twain in Eruption
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#17
RE: 32,000 yo plant brought back to life
(4th November 2015, 19:24)Beccs Wrote: I didn't know Pat Robertson had died.

Or does he count as more of a fungus?

More of a slime mold I think.
"Crooked Warden, Nameless Thirteenth, Thiefwatcher, Benefactor, Father of Necessary Pretexts, I will fear no darkness for the night is yours, Your night is my cloak, my shield, my escape from those who hunt to feed the noose. I will fear no evil, for you have made the night my friend.

Bless the Benefactor, Peace and profit to his children."

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#18
RE: 32,000 yo plant brought back to life
(4th November 2015, 23:21)SnakeOilWarrior Wrote:
(4th November 2015, 19:24)Beccs Wrote: I didn't know Pat Robertson had died.

Or does he count as more of a fungus?

More of a slime mold I think.

Slime molds everywhere have just been outrageously offended.

Boru
'There are people who long for immortality in the afterlife who don't know what to do with themselves on a rainy Sunday afternoon.' - Isaac Asimov
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#19
RE: 32,000 yo plant brought back to life
They really broke the mould when they made him!
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#20
RE: 32,000 yo plant brought back to life
It's looking pretty good for 32,000 years old.
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Did you know that somebody born in space (e.g. on Mars) will NEVER be able to conduct Hajj or Umrah because the gravity of the Earth will be too much for their bodies to handle? You can forget about giving Dawah to Luke Skywalker, because he will never be able to visit Mecca. If you have to retrofit the Quran then that should be a clear a sign as any that your religion is not the right one. And that's the Quran debunked. Easy.
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