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#25 - furrysheaperd
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(10/19/2012) [-]
its all wibbly wobbly timmey wimmey anyways
#22 - ilolzville
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(10/19/2012) [-]
Actually there is some speculation that The Big Bang couldn't have worked. But until someone comes up with a viable different theory, that's what they are going with.
#27 to #22 - lavitts
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(10/19/2012) [-]
The way I see it, stars continue to die off and produce heavier elements, the as time goes by and later stars burn these elements, massive an super massive stars become more common. Eventually, these stars cause an increase in black hole formation and collision. Eventually, black holes swallow just about everything, including each other. By the time they coalesce into one friggin' huge hole, critical mass is achieved and the entire structure rebounds on itself and starts the cycle over.

(Please do not put any scientific merit into this, it is just a crackpot hypothesis I came up with to help me sleep at night and in no way reflects current testable knowledge. Any similarities to proposes theories are purely coincidental and scary me just as much as you.)
#18 - anon
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(10/19/2012) [-]
how is this a win? thinking that life and everything around you was created by this "big bang" seems like a fail to me.
#21 to #18 - gorginhanson
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(10/19/2012) [-]
Because some people think they can outsmart the truth, and they should be called out on it.
#20 to #18 - redscorpion
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(10/19/2012) [-]
The Big Bang is one of Vegeta's attack therefor Vegeta create us and that is why it's a win
#11 - Hightower
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(10/19/2012) [-]
I would make it my personal mission in life to get this teacher fired. Your religious beliefs have no place in a classroom. And if the school wouldn't fire her, I'd sue the entire district.
#821 to #11 - fyaq
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(10/20/2012) [-]
>implying it wasnt faked for thumbs.
#806 to #11 - siggythepiggy
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(10/20/2012) [-]
#773 to #11 - jeudyfeo
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(10/20/2012) [-]
It was a catholic school, thats why it says that OP added the top text it was originally from reddit, which said it was from a catholic school
#647 to #11 - lazypaul
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(10/20/2012) [-]
I'm not sure that the teacher is religious. Look at the 1st question, Christians believe that the world is only 6000 years old.
#638 to #11 - kidel
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(10/20/2012) [-]
You sir, would then be a hero.
#288 to #11 - anon
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(10/20/2012) [-]
the instructions say circle the most correct, im assuming the teacher meant circle the most popular answer, like it wouldnt be zeus because greek mythology doesnt say zues did, i guess it could be aliens because some believe they created earth but most people would just go with god because its more popular.
#264 to #11 - fredthemilkman
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(10/20/2012) [-]
It could be a test over ancient religions, as in what the Greeks believed at the time
#45 to #11 - teoberry
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(10/19/2012) [-]
probably a private catholic school, so you couldn't. if it was public i'd go for it.
#149 to #45 - mcfirestar
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(10/20/2012) [-]
if it was a catholic school number 1 would be 3000 years
#451 to #149 - anon
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(10/20/2012) [-]
i went to private catholic school and the teachers were mostly atheists actually fairly sure one of the Jesuits was atheist he just liked to drink whiskey and smoke =P
#255 to #149 - Axelfbomber
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(10/20/2012) [-]
itd be 6000 actually
#632 to #255 - thirdasscheek
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(10/20/2012) [-]
I thought it would only be 6 days..
#637 to #632 - latiel
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(10/20/2012) [-]
It's the age of the Earth, not how long it took for the Earth to be created.
#641 to #637 - thirdasscheek
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(10/20/2012) [-]
shows how much i know about religion lol
#153 to #149 - teoberry
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(10/20/2012) [-]
at mine i never learned that, i was taught some ****** mix of creationism and evolution. but it's more, darwin had the right idea, but he didn't believe in god so he's wrong.
#376 to #153 - pokemonstheshiz
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(10/20/2012) [-]
Darwin was actually Christian for most of his life. He had doubts at points, but generally considered himself a theist
#155 to #153 - mcfirestar
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(10/20/2012) [-]
to me that seems pretty stupid, but just the last part really
#157 to #155 - teoberry
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(10/20/2012) [-]
yeah, it's a ****** up school.
#12 to #11 - thomasdude
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(10/19/2012) [-]
That is an honorable statement. But if I were you, i'd not check the tests in the bible belt schools. You'd be sueing a lot.
#19 to #12 - dikslapping ONLINE
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(10/19/2012) [-]
I am from the bible belt area I never had any religious **** in our class. It was about 12 years ago though it might of changed.
#81 to #19 - fredthemilkman
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(10/20/2012) [-]
If Texas is in the bible belt there is no religious stuff being taught as of now.
#93 to #81 - TheExile
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(10/20/2012) [-]
I lived in the bible belt, and the moment someone showed up offering free bibles at school, they were sued to ****. That's also a very, very rural area that's very religious.
#260 to #93 - fredthemilkman
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(10/20/2012) [-]
A man was handing out bibles to anyone who wanted it in my school's parking lot.
He got arrested by a rookie cop for passing out bibles for free.
#268 to #260 - TheExile
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(10/20/2012) [-]
That's essentially how it went down back then. They weren't forcing the bibles on anyone. They were a friendly church, and were just standing in the lobby, and if anybody asked for one, they would give it to them for free. I may be atheist, but I saw no problem with it. They weren't forcing the bibles upon anyone, and weren't pestering everyone if they wanted one. Just standing there waiting for people to ask for one. It was very ridiculous, and actually made me pretty mad.
#273 to #268 - fredthemilkman
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(10/20/2012) [-]
Well in my school's area they'res a Mormon temple down the road, and they sometimes annoy some of the kids.
#13 to #12 - Hightower
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(10/19/2012) [-]
Wow. People actually teach this crap as fact and get away with it?
#14 to #13 - thomasdude
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(10/19/2012) [-]
Yes, they do. In this test, they atleast show SOME degree of modern age progress by accepting the age of the earth, and believing in the evolutional theories.
#17 to #14 - Hightower
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(10/19/2012) [-]
I see that, and it kind of made me scratch my head. You really can't have it both ways.
#161 to #17 - anon
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(10/20/2012) [-]
I go to a catholic highschool, what they teach to us in our religion class is that every action has to be started by an outside force, they then said that the action was the Big Bang and that the outside force was God who initiated it. Just getting my two cents it
#6 - ganjalf
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(10/19/2012) [-]
>Aknoledges that earth is 4.6 Billion years old
>Was made by God.
WUT?

Also just to specify, earth wasn't created by the Big Bang but originated from a protoplanetary disk. But I guess the girl couldn't know since this seems like a 4th grade test.
#758 to #6 - anon
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(10/20/2012) [-]
Some Christians (Such as myself) Do believe that the earth is 4.6 billion years old.
#8 to #6 - foreveraboner
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(10/19/2012) [-]
**foreveraboner rolled a random image posted in comment #56 at Classic Ed ** k.
#7 to #6 - thomasdude
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(10/19/2012) [-]
Hmmm. And where, oh wise and noble ganjalf, did this protoplanetary disk gather its matter? I think saying that it started with the big bang is more than acceptable. Certainly, as you've also noted, from a girl doing a 4th grade test.
#5 - redrock
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(10/19/2012) [-]
Hercules would just be a retarded answer, Zeus was born of two Titans, themselves born of Gaia (the earth) and Uranus (the sky)... so he's the grandson of the Earth and therefore couldn't create it. God has no place in a geography test, and saying the big bang is responsible is looking way too far back in the causal chain.

So, the answer must be...
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#905 to #590 - redrock
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(10/21/2012) [-]
No, I don't. Caelus is the Roman counterpart. Uranus is just another way of saying Ouranos/Oranos
#550 to #5 - drfranky
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(10/20/2012) [-]
I believe in god and I stillI want you to teach my children
I believe in god and I stillI want you to teach my children
#519 to #5 - anon
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(10/20/2012) [-]
Zeus was actually born of Cronus and Rhea, who were titans Just like the other titans who were born of Gaia and Oranous (Uranus Oranos).
Gaia was the earth, Ouranous was the sky or universe and stars ect
#904 to #519 - redrock
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(10/21/2012) [-]
Excluding specifying the names of the titans, that's exactly what I said

Why are people having trouble with that?
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#23 to #5 - whycanticaps
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(10/19/2012) [-]
so who made the titans? cus that was who created the earth
#26 to #23 - redrock
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(10/19/2012) [-]
No, Gaia (the earth) boned Uranus (the sky) and created the titans. Then two of the Titans boned and made Zeus.   
   
 Gaia is said to have come from Chaos, but there isn't a total consensus on whether Chaos was a physical primordial deity or just the name for the transitional state before the creation of the universe and the earth
No, Gaia (the earth) boned Uranus (the sky) and created the titans. Then two of the Titans boned and made Zeus.

Gaia is said to have come from Chaos, but there isn't a total consensus on whether Chaos was a physical primordial deity or just the name for the transitional state before the creation of the universe and the earth
#253 to #26 - superanonymouspers
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(10/20/2012) [-]
eeeyooooo.

red thumbs here I come
#209 to #26 - maxmanharpooner
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#2 - slyve ONLINE
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(10/19/2012) [-]
That questions is kinda odd for a Geography test.
#1 - thomasdude
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(10/19/2012) [-]
What kind of test is this? In one question, you have to accept god's creation of all things, and in the next one they assume that mountains form and reptilians once ruled the earth. Is this semi-creationism? 'cause if it is, I'm very ok with it. believing in god and accepting scientific finds.
What kind of test is this? In one question, you have to accept god's creation of all things, and in the next one they assume that mountains form and reptilians once ruled the earth. Is this semi-creationism? 'cause if it is, I'm very ok with it. believing in god and accepting scientific finds.
#24 to #1 - whycanticaps
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(10/19/2012) [-]
I like the idea that God or some other higher power created everything, but once that happened they got bored, and left the rest of the universe to dick around as it pleases
#9 to #1 - lexivex
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(10/19/2012) [-]
EXACTLY! That's what I think. A lot of people can't just accept both. Maybe, scientist/creationist, maybe God caused the big bang, eh?
#16 to #9 - thomasdude
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(10/19/2012) [-]
Also, not all scientists are atheists. Some are convinced Christians/muslims/... who turn to their holy book as source of guidance, rather then a set of rules. Try not to discriminate them.
#10 to #9 - thomasdude
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(10/19/2012) [-]
I'm not actually qualified to make that statement, as I'm agnostic, but yes. If you want to put it that way, It doesn't seem too unlikely-at least to me- that a higher power caused the big bang.
#3 to #1 - adrenacrome [OP]
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(10/19/2012) [-]
Whatever man. **** you. The answer is clearly Zeus and anyone who doesn't believe that is going straight to Hades (the bad part).

I will pray to Athena for your eternal soul.
#15 to #3 - anon
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(10/19/2012) [-]
You follow the only true belief my friend!
#4 to #3 - thomasdude
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