Ray Comfort predicted this. Explanation of the title: A while back, Ray Comfort (a creationist who tried constantly to reconcile science with religion, and fail
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Ray Comfort predicted this

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A while back, Ray Comfort (a creationist who tried constantly to reconcile science with religion, and fails horribly) said that the greatest argument against atheism and supportive argument for religion, was a banana. Yes you heard right, a banana. Specifically because it fits in our hands, and has a tab to pull the peel off. Well if yellow potassium isn't proof enough of for you of a deity, well you would probably be thinking right since Ray didn't seem to do much research on how much banana's are grown selectively.

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Submitted: 12/20/2012
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#33 - attifyon (12/21/2012) [+] (3 replies)
Yeah, you're right, religion is the plague of men.
It's not like most of the religions support researching and learning or anything.
I agree with you, OP. Religion and science are COMPLETELY different from each other. One man can't believe in both.
User avatar #36 to #33 - noblexfenrir (12/21/2012) [-]
The process by which religion determines reality is the plague of men, ignorance should be shunned, not glorified.

Actually most religions don't support researching and learning, PEOPLE can support that but religion is based on faith, something you cannot say is in favor of research due to the fact it inherently denies opposing points.

Religion and science cannot be unified because they each have different logical (or illogical) processes when you determine reality, one man can believe in both easily, but science cannot be applied to religion, nor vice versa.
#31 - tentaquil (12/21/2012) [+] (1 reply)

Did someone say Ray?
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User avatar #23 - demandsgayversion (12/21/2012) [-]
A banana is just as well shaped to fit in an anus, yet you don't see me most people shoving bananas up their asses. Also a tab? That's not even the most efficient way to open a banana, you ever see a monkey do it? Pinch the other end and it'll just pop open.
User avatar #14 - jellybob ONLINE (12/21/2012) [+] (5 replies)
I've always thought of it as billions of trillions of years ago God began the domino effect of evolution, carefully tending to it but letting it take it's own course. Whether or not homo-sapien was the species he orignially wanted to be formed or if we are just another stepping stone to something greater is yet to be determined. So through the grapevine he did actually create us, just not in the form we are now.
#17 to #14 - paelaer (12/21/2012) [-]
Life is just one incredibly long game of Spore and Sims to God(s) isn't it?
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User avatar #55 - darksideofthebeast (09/13/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Since I decided to stalk you.
I wonder why you even go on the religion board if you yourself don't even believe have one.
#54 - specialeddie (01/16/2013) [-]
The Buddhist symbol for ohm shouldn't be up there. Buddhism isn't a religion. It's more like a philosophy, and the Dalai Llama once said that if science proves certain aspects of Buddhism wrong, Buddhism will change
#42 - sirthomasburr (12/21/2012) [-]
I really can't see why religion and science can't co-exist. Science doesn't seek to disprove the existence of a deity, and religion (well, sensible religion, not WBC) doesn't seek to disprove scientific theory. All religion is doing is holding on to a hypothesis that it believes is correct, most religious teaching avoids the whole science thing because they don't want it to clash. Science is an explanation of this world, religion is an explanation of a potential next one, in my mind that doesn't really clash.
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#3 - huntermorris (12/21/2012) [-]
Finally, I've found someone who thinks the same way I do! :D
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