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The environmental impact of creation : Comments

By Ian Plimer, published 20/4/2015

At the court hearing, God was cross-examined and asked why He wanted to undertake this massive project, especially as it appeared that it was extremely unlikely that any social benefit would derive from His venture.

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Yes, God created common-sense, packed it in a sand-bag with a small hole so it will drip down and spread as He flies over the lands. Unfortunately, as He flew too low over the Himalayas, the sack was caught by one of the peaks, enlarging the hole, so by the time He reached Australia very little was left in the bag.
Posted by Yuyutsu, Monday, 20 April 2015 8:52:46 AM
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Yuyutsu, another Aussie hater; anyway modern civilisation came from overseas. What happened is we were issued with no instructions and have to muddle along and will frequently stuff up. Our responsibility is to learn.

What is sure is that dogmatists of centuries old religions, such as Lefties don't have the answer. All their tilts at responsibility are fiascos.
Posted by McCackie, Monday, 20 April 2015 9:06:37 AM
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Very creative and entertaining. Lest Ianís great sense of humour, and mockery of the Green perspective on life, obscure the seriousness of the single most divisive question in this debate, let me restate it as clearly and simply as possible: Can energy gathered from the sun and wind ever replace fossil fuels and reverse the changes they have caused? Yes, I know Ian, and many readers of this journal, are climate sceptics, but the question deserves quite separate consideration by everyone.
Posted by Tombee, Monday, 20 April 2015 9:15:46 AM
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It would be funny if only it was not so true.
Posted by JBowyer, Monday, 20 April 2015 9:30:54 AM
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Very amusing.. don't do anything as it will affect the environment. Maybe we could grant greenies their own homeland.. the Northern Territory say? They could do what they want in the NT provided they leave the rest of us alone and, no, they can't have subsidies. We'll send study missions in a few years to see how they've done..
Posted by Curmudgeon, Monday, 20 April 2015 10:27:43 AM
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Just goes to show how Ian has come full circle, many years ago he was taking on Christians for their anti-science stance.
Now he stands should to shoulder with them quoting scripture at us.
Posted by Cobber the hound, Monday, 20 April 2015 10:35:45 AM
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