It seems an adversary facing Troll science has come forward; Christian Science.
First off, troll science has already proven that jumping into the air on a moving object makes for your instant death. I don't know if these creation scientists have ever ridden a train or anything, but it moves pretty fast. You can even see so, just by looking out the window. Can you do that with the Earth?
I know troll scientists believe in gravity (even though magnetic force is way better). Christ-ists seem to think differently though.
This can be disproved very simply. Get a balloon and inflate it as big as possible. It will be a spherical shape. Now, take a piece of paper and try to rip, tear, or cut the tiniest speck of paper possible. This paper represents a human being, much smaller in mass to the balloon, which represents the Earth. Now try and place the small piece of paper to the underside of the balloon. What happens? It falls off!The balloon obviously can't hold a piece of paper cause it isn't a perfect sphere like the earth. Also, what they are calling "mass" is actually surface area. A balloon is hollow, you sillies!
That's right. Even though the balloon is so much bigger in mass, it cannot hold the tiny paper. So if the Earth was a sphere, no one could live below the equator because they would fall off.
I'm a fan of fiction and all, but the Bible really gets me. The "God" character really seems overused, and overall is kind of unbelievable. I mean, he is so totally bi-polar, switching between creating them then deciding to kill them all. Then he sends his son down to save everyone. Guess what, they end up killing him. Even without his ability to save lives and shit, being able to make water into wine would still be a pretty good reason to keep him around. "Hey Jesus, do that thing again, you know with the water."
On a serious note, that forum makes me rage so hard. I can't believe there are people out there who hold their religion so close that they won't accept anything else, even real proven scientific facts.