I have encountered this person on this board, Evolutionfairytale, and YouTube. He is as dumb as he sounds. He once made a post in the middle of the OFNF vs AronRa debate challenging AronRa to a debate on Evolutionfairytale. When his post was ignored, he called this proof that AronRa was afraid of debating creationists.Dave B. said:This wasn't said to me but damn if this isn't one of the stupidest arguments I have ever heard. If he isn't a troll then he's the dumbest fuck I've ever come across.
His thread is here: http://evolutionfairytale.com/forum/index.php?/topic/6411-half-baked-predictions/gilbo12345 said:I've been wandering the internet and I keep finding sound-bites made by evolutionists in order to try and prop up their failing "theory".
Among the many that are both amusing and frustrating are the claims that "evolution predicted X"
Firstly, such a claim implies that evolution is a conscious entity, capable of making sentient thoughts such as being able to "predict" something.
Secondly, considering that evolution is founded on mutations which are random, this means there can be no prediction. Since the process relies on a random element, can randomness be predicted? Not at all if you are going off the standard definition of random.
Thirdly, when one makes a prediction it is being made about something that is going to occur in the future. Hence when evolutionists find fossils (or DNA) that are similar and then claim that such is a "prediction". Then the evolutionist is being either incredibly ignorant of science, or intellectually dishonest, since such cannot be deemed a "prediction of evolution" because there was no prediction of such until after the fossils (or DNA) were found