Joe Cienkowski spits his dummy out. Again.

Last night Joe Cienkowski blocked me. Again.But friends, let’s not be unhappy at such an incident.

I’m actually quite glad the fucking idiot has blocked me, it means I don’t have to endlessly repeat myself every five minutes before the idiot can’t understand basic things… like words.I was beginning to lose my patience at him anyway, and I guess asking eight (I think) times in one day proof that radiometric dating is wrong didn’t help.

I’ve been tweeted things by people like his love of peaches…


… his terrible chat up technique…


.. and his love of demonstrating that sending a link to Playboy constitutes evidence of “intelligent design”! (excuse the colour coding, I had to grab it from Google’s cache)


I mean Playboy, for fucks sake, no taste at all and all that shows in the main is that are surgeon’s out there who can do really good breast implants!

But I knew all this before hand. I knew he was a despicable person, I just wanted to keep the discussion civil.

It’s that’s not going to stop me following the plank, or blogging his best lines, which I admit I am well behind on. He’s still on my creationist-loons list I just watch it and laugh as his irrational, illogical and very poorly thought out arguments flood my screen.

As one door closes, another opens and more creationist-loons seem to chat to me now.

Aren’t I the lucky one!

Unanswered questions for @JoeCienkowski to fill in. Some time.

Here are the question that I’m still waiting for answers for from @JoeCienkowski

  1. Using the Berkley University definition of evolution is “descent with modification” which includes “changes in gene frequency in a population from one generation to the next” and “the descent of different species from a common ancestor over many generations”. Do you agree with that definition? If not, why not? Where is the “creation story” in evolutionary theory?
  2. How the flood made faultlines?
  3. Where is the evidence for a global flood?
  4. What evidence the world was flat when the flood happened?
  5. What evidence the rocks were malleable during the flood at that caused the mountains and valleys?
  6. One peer reviewed creationist science paper?
  7. Are the estimated six million scientists all wrong about everything?
  8. Where in the theory of Evolution does it say “something came from nothing”?
  9. Where in the theory of Evolution does it say imply bigger is better?
  10. How can science test for God, for Genesis, talking snakes, walking on water and ressurection?
  11. What is the contemporary evidence for the bible?
  12. Why is every dating technique wrong?
  13. Why are scientists lying about the dates from every dating technique?
  14. You believe kent Hovind is a brilliant scientist, so would you trust being operated on by a surgeon with a similar PhD as he has?
  15. Who are the “creationist scientists who are suppressed” and/or “shut out”?
  16. In what schools are people “forced to believe in evolution”?
  17. Isn’t being forced to believe in Christianity as a child just as bad?

Put up or shut up @JoeCienkowski

I have the equlivent of $100 in my wallet at the moment, and I’ll donate it to charity of your choice if you can prove any of the wild accusations you’ve thrown at the scientific community today based on your belief that carbon dating is wrong and fixed to disprove the bible.

You’ve said:

The ages were made to fit the preconceived notions of old ages


Carbon dating was the first scientific method.(5730 ½ life was made up figure) endlessly losing ½ life gives old age dates

I say you are a liar, gullible idiot whose swallowed Ken Ham’s bullshit wholesale and now acting as a sock puppet.

Back up your accusation.

This is FARGIN WAR on atheism day 95

Aug 20 2010, 0:02 UTC

@robineccles I certainly believe the Holy Spirit has guided my work. All my work is based on proving Christ- God

Christianity is fucked then.

Aug 20 2010, 0:06 UTC

@StyxMaker . I don’t have to worry about evolution being true. The real question is what will you do when you find out evolution is false.

After 150 years, evolution is still going strong. After nine days of repeating this mantra of yours, you’ve STILL to provide ANY evidence against it.

Aug 20 2010, 0:18 UTC

@robineccles . Jesus fulfilled over 300 Old Testament prophecies. Said he was the Messiah. Did miracles to prove He was the Messiah.

Aug 20 2010, 0:20 UTC

@mibarroso Evolution is still unproved a unprovable. Evolution is not a fact but a theory that has been outdated.

Repeating this claim doesn’t make it any more right.

Aug 20 2010, 12:16 UTC

@Simply_bled Micro evolution is true science that can be tested and studied every single day. Creationists like to call it ‘variations’


Aug 20 2010, 12:23 UTC

@Golmer you’ll see that creationism is true science and the true reality of everything we see; Nothing unscientific about creationism

Where’s the papers? Where’s the peer review? Where’s the theory? Where’s the fucking evidence?

Aug 20 2010, 12:47 UTC

@ThatAtheistGuy microevolution is scientific and see it every day; macroevolution is religion and you must accept by faith

Blah blah blah

Aug 20 2010, 12:48 UTC

Abiogenesis is spontaneous generation repackaged for consumption but equally as absurd: distinction without a difference.

I’d love to live in Joe World.

Aug 20 2010, 12:57 UTC

@_7654_ No actually I am firmly a Christian. I seek to convert someone #atheist to theism. You never go backwards from Jesus

And do atheists “witness” Christians?

Aug 20 2010, 13:10 UTC

@renarde theory of creationism (Bible’s account) much more fits the evidence of what we see every day than the theory of evolution

Name one bit of evidence that fits the Bible completely. Just one.

Aug 20 2010, 13:10 UTC

@renarde you may believe that evolution is science, but I’ve proven my book that evolution is religion. If the atheism’s creation story

Atheism isn’t creation dickhead.

Aug 20 2010, 13:12 UTC

#ChristianS, the bottom line answer is we can Fully Rely On God (FROG) even believing in a literal Adam and Eve

Yeah of course. No DNA bottleneck, you’re “theory” is fucked.

Aug 20 2010, 13:26 UTC

@MyDarlingCecily Genesis 6:15; Ark is to be 450 feet long/75 feet wide/45 feet high (could have been bigger if cubit was bigger back then)


Aug 20 2010, 14:03 UTC

@p3n7agram don’t you know that scientists go into the field with an evolutionary bias, as they were force-fed evolution in first grade?

One example would be nice.

Aug 20 2010, 14:07 UTC

@StyxMaker how exactly did the solar system form? (that keeps perfect time, 365 days a year, 24 hours a day, winter spring summer fall)

I think you’ll find humans crammed the time into the natural cycle of the universe, hence the leap year, the leap second, etc.

Aug 20 2010, 14:12 UTC

@LarryLovesJesus I believe in the Big Bang. God said it and ‘Bang’ it happened

Fuck, rewrite the science books! Joe’s cracked it.

Aug 20 2010, 14:26 UTC

@p3n7agram absolutely they are real scientists. You are the ones who out of hand discounts them because they believe in creationism

This is a reference to the ICR, AIG and Discovery Institute. The really world famous scientists who have come up with the Wedge Strategy and Irreducible Complexity, which is a solid theory. Solid in the sense of a wet paper towel. So what science journals has these “scientists” published in recently?

Aug 20 2010, 14:48 UTC

@Simply_bled I’m actually the perfect spokesman for creationism, Christianity. God created science AND the #Bible

They’re all fucked as well.

Aug 20 2010, 15:20 UTC

@ThatAtheistGuy #Bible has many different authors, but all were guided by God the Holy Spirit, therefore w/o error historically & factually

Didn’t Luke, Matthew and John either copy Mark wholesale or plagiarise it to death?

Aug 20 2010, 15:39 UTC

@StyxMaker and why are there galaxies suns out there spinning backwards

Oh boy.

Aug 20 2010, 15:51 UTC

@AnnraoiOD your macroevolution implies that something turned into a dog; INTO a wolf. This is where it turns religious


Aug 20 2010, 16:05 UTC

@StyxMaker don’t give me that crap. You can study medicine perfectly fine without believing in evolution. Luke was a doctor

And a crap writer. Allegedly.

Aug 20 2010, 16:06 UTC

@CapnAlex it is foolish to think you must believe in evolution to study biology, chemistry, zoology, cosmology, physiology

Aug 20 2010, 16:16 UTC

@Golmer you can study chemistry, anatomy and physiology , without even bringing evolution into it. they are true fields of science.

Aug 20 2010, 16:18 UTC

@CapnAlex you can study biology all day long without the word ‘evolution’ ever coming to mind. Many things we can study about life

When was the last time you picked up a book dealing with biology. Or anything to do with science?

Aug 20 2010, 16:19 UTC

@jeanybeany80 Jesus did know I’d be speaking on His behalf and warned me that I will be persecuted for His sake. (Matt 5)

And I’d bet he hasn’t been more pissed off since being nailed to a cross. Allegedly.

Aug 20 2010, 16:21 UTC

@Golmer I believe in evolution until I was 30 years old. It was actually for scientific reasons I abandoned evolution

And what were those earth shattering “scientific reasons”? It turned out to be a Ken Ham DVD hahahaha

Aug 20 2010, 16:22 UTC

@Golmer evolution is a made-up theory to give ‘scientific justification’ to reject God. You somehow think it’s science, but it’s not

People rejected god before evolution.

Aug 20 2010, 16:24 UTC

@Golmer evolution and biology really have nothing to do with each other. Biology is science of life; existing life; and in observable past

I think you’ll find it is.

Aug 20 2010, 18:16 UTC

@persephone419 I don’t know how anybody cannot like Sarah Palin. She’s bright,intelligent has common sense fearsGod; loves her country

Aug 20 2010, 18:22 UTC

@persephone419 there is some reason the left fears Sarah Palin. Most ordinary down to earth people love Sarah


Aug 20 2010, 18:24 UTC

@persephone419 Fox audience is the most diverse audience.

If you like your audience to be right wing fundementalist christians, then yes, it’s really diverse.

Aug 20 2010, 18:28 UTC

This war on #atheism on the battlefield of ideas, I am refuting the belief system of atheism by show the impossibility of the implications

This is FARGIN WAR on atheism day 94

Aug 19 2010, 23:57 UTC

@AnnraoiOD The world is better because Saddam Hussein is out of power. The world should thank George W. Bush for his steadfastness

I’m sure all tens of thousands of dead Iraqi’s are eterally grateful. At least you got your oil supply secured from those nasty muslims eh.

Aug 19 2010, 23:56 UTC

@shauny Our founding fathers started off with a two-hour prayer. The original statehouse was at church on Sunday

Doesn’t matter, what does the US constitution state?

Aug 19 2010, 23:54 UTC

how do you explain all 27 NT 1st century books/9 authors mentioning 500 eyewitnesses isn’t MUCH proof of the resurrection

Hearsay. Written a 100 years after the fact.

Aug 19 2010, 23:46 UTC

@GagaShady I make a good case for Hitler’s atheism. It’s also a good case that Hitler “professed God with his mouth but not in his heart”

You make no case whatsoever.

Aug 19 2010, 23:39 UTC

@mardillo with all due respect to the kind peaceful Muslim community, there are many extremist Muslims who want to bomb & destroy societies

There are extemist Christians as well. See army of God.

Aug 19 2010, 23:38 UTC

@robineccles Hitler may have been someone who professed the name of God, but his heart was far from Him. Certainly a practical atheist

Evidence for that?

Aug 19 2010, 16:48 UTC

@Golmer I have been studying the news for many years. 99 times out of 100 Israel is only retaliating. 1% b/c they see terrorists plotting


Aug 19 2010, 16:17 UTC

@MyDarlingCecily I am not saying anything different than the basic definitions of each word. Kind is very scientific and specific


Aug 19 2010, 16:14 UTC

@persephone419 have I ever read a biology book? how about 12 years of science class? Biology is simply the study & science of life right?

So you have the background to challenge biology, and your words show you weren’t pay attention in those 12 years.

Aug 19 2010, 15:09 UTC

@CapnAlex I’ve never seen #atheist define science? Science is observed study identify describe investigate phenomena & theoretical explanat

Science is defined already. Atheism or creationism doesn’t get to define it to suit their needs. Google is your friend.

Aug 19 2010, 14:59 UTC

@ThatAtheistGuy I think #RichardDawkins knows he put his foot in his mouth by giving real deepest thoughts. He’s amazed at cell replicating

No he didn’t. He was ask a theoretical question about intelligent design and he said aliens. Theorectical.

Aug 19 2010, 14:52 UTC

@Drei88 If we got taller, over time, explain how Neanderthal man is bigger than today’s man? explain finding the camel twice the size

Oh boy.

Aug 19 2010, 13:09 UTC

@robineccles “cosmic Jewish zombie”??? How about 27 independent, 1st century documents w/ multiple attestations, and corroborating accounts

You’ve got no contemporary evidence of miracles, resurrection or anything.

Aug 19 2010, 12:53 UTC

@TeenageAtheist sorry, they go hand in hand. Evolution/atheism Why? If we evolved, you must go back to something from nothing

Nope. Evolution doesn’t need atheism and atheism doesn’t need evolution.

Man Kills ‘Demonic’ Child

George O’Hara stabbed his 8 year old son over 100 times because he believed the child was the devil incarnate. “I was walking with him, and he started to call me names – all kinds of names. I started to rough him up, then I started to cut him up.”

O’Hara, who comes from Philadelphia, was questioned by police while still wearing the clothes covered in the boy’s blood. O’Hara’s son, who was called Rory, had been brought to visit all the way from Baltimore by his mother.

“The guy was giving me problems. That is why I kill him. Sir, what if he really is the devil?” O’Hara asked the police. The police Detective then asked O’Hara specifically if he thought Rory, had been the devil and O’Hara replied “Yes.”