Hey, creationists. Should we also ban the teaching of the theory of gravity and germ theory in schools?
You know, since those are just theories?
No, super moron. It's more established than a law. It's a theory.
- Anonymous5 months agoFavourite answer
Yes, we need to teach "intelligent falling" instead of that Satanic so-called gravity.
- ?Lv 75 months ago
we should consider all things.
- RalphLv 75 months ago
The fact of the matter: You have real science and you have fake science and real science has formulas and theories to back up their claims and show proof, that it is not fake, like the law of relativity that has a real formula and a theory not this fake science like global warming, or we evolved from monkeys, and the earth being billions of years old, that is all absurd, our sun would have died out a long time ago if our earth were billions of years old, that is just a fact, that is not a theory, because there is only so much energy that our sun has and once it is done, it will die out and become a dwarf and no longer exist, nothing will no longer exist on this earth.Source(s): King James holy bible
- Anonymous5 months ago
I thought that they already had.
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- dewcoonsLv 75 months ago
Well, there are some scientist today who seriously question the theory of gravity. Since Einstein they have been trying to develop a universal theory of energy. But every theory they come up with, gravity does not fit in it. So some scientist are now questioning if our theory of gravity is true. That perhaps we are seeing something different that we do not yet understanding.
Also, if the theory of evolution has been proven, then which of the over 15 major (and many other minor) theories of evolution is the proven one? Is it Darwinisn, Neo-Darwinism, gradual mutation over time. catastrophic theory, sun spots, pan-sperma. or Stephen Hawkins believe that life was seeded her on earth from outer space redesigned to produce the species? No one has been able to tell me which is the proven theory. And if one is proven, then why do all the others still exist? Don't all the rest have to automatically be wrong? Why should we teach a theory when we known that most of the ideas about the theory are wrong?
There is also a difference between evolution and germ theory. We can reproduce germ theory over and over any time we want in a lab in a matter of seconds. We can not reproduce evolution because it takes hundreds of years to happen. You can grow germ in a lab overnight. But you can not evolve a species of an animal into another animal overnight. Thus the scientific principle that science has to be observable and repeatable does not apply to evolution. No one can repeat in it a lab. but it does apply to germs (and to gravity.) If you do not understand that simple difference you need to actually take some science classes. (I have two degrees in science, how many do you have?)
- Anonymous5 months ago
Most people (just in general) don't know what the term "scientific theory" actually means.
Just to educate those people:
A scientific theory is an explanation of an aspect of the natural world that can be repeatedly tested and verified in accordance with the scientific method, using accepted protocols of observation, measurement, and evaluation of results.
It describes "why" something happens.
A scientific law describes the relationship between various "things." Usually with equations. It describes "what" is happening.
Scientific theory - general relativity
Scientific law - Einstein field equations
Scientific theory - atomic theory
Scientific law - E=MC^2
Scientific laws are part of scientific theories.
- GregKalLv 45 months ago
THOSE WERE CREATED BY GOD and HUMANS 'discovered' them... THEY WERE ALWAYS THERE... They are PROVABLE and FACTUAL... Not the same for EVOLUTION
- 5 months ago
Gravity is a LAW Moron
unlike evolution it is testable, observable and verifiable.....and proven