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David Attenborough on God's eyeball-eating worm

David Attenborough on God's eyeball-eating worm

British broadcaster and naturalist states he is not a religious believer

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Guest: Maxwell. (4612 days ago)
David Attenborough has been something of a hero of mine for a lot of years and I find myself in total agreement with him on this.
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David Attenborough has been something of a hero of mine for a lot of years and I find myself in total agreement with him on this.
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Guest: Stain (4610 days ago)
Latest comment: Oh Dan, you can do better than that! Or are you talking about religious folk not having a clue about the real world outside their little make belive ones? Wild statement Dan...I like your style
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Latest comment: Oh Dan, you can do better than that! Or are you talking about religious folk not having a clue about the real world outside their little make belive ones? Wild statement Dan...I like your style
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Guest: Evolutionist. (4611 days ago)
I also agree with Sir David Attenborough. The natural world makes a lot more sense if it evolved rather than if it was created by a human construct. 'God works in mysterious ways' is such a big evasion of the question that it just can't be taken seriousley.
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I also agree with Sir David Attenborough. The natural world makes a lot more sense if it evolved rather than if it was created by a human construct. 'God works in mysterious ways' is such a big evasion of the question that it just can't be taken seriousley.
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Guest: Stain (4612 days ago)
Oh but god has his reasons......... stupid religious copouts
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Oh but god has his reasons......... stupid religious copouts
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Guest: Dan (4611 days ago)
Proof if it was needed that expertise in one area doesn't necessarily transfer into even having-a-clue in another.
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Proof if it was needed that expertise in one area doesn't necessarily transfer into even having-a-clue in another.
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