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1  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Getbig Athletes, Tbombz wants training advice on: July 26, 2014, 04:16:53 PM
In the mean time,
 Here is my swing for getbigs viewing "pleasure"

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=crXhYrmdNwE" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=crXhYrmdNwE</a>
2  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Getbig Athletes, Tbombz wants training advice on: July 26, 2014, 04:05:04 PM
I'll answer when get off work. Sometime after 8 my time. I'm working with a couple of golfers on tour now (PGA, LPGA) and a few collegiate players.
    ok, coach, sounds great!!

Tbombz has come a long way, give him a break. Times have not been exactly rosy for him.
I believe that he is going to do the right thing. He never attacks anyone on here, so give the kid a chance.
Tbombz you have to lose about 30 pounds and do some lower back extensions and your back will feel better. Also most of the time when people complain about lower back pain its there kidneys, so get them checked as well.
Good luck Soldier of god!
  thanks brother
been doing more high rep deadlifts and ab work


3  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Getbig Athletes, Tbombz wants training advice on: July 25, 2014, 02:37:18 PM
Guys
Its time for Tbombz to put aside the bodybuilding stuff
All I care about these days is honoring God and I cant do that by using HRT and bodybuilding and eating like a glutton
So I stopped using my HRT, thew it all in the garbage, and Im starting to fast, diet healthy, and do more athletic stuff and want to train for that. Specifically, ive been going golfing a lot with my Dad and by the end of the round my lower back is sore and Im jot playing as well.

Okay, so, I know a bunch about training for bodybuilding, but I know nothing about training for athletic performance/stamina/endurance.

I have sent PM's to Coach and JPM,  and I am soliciting my Getbig brethren for advice on this subject. I know many of you are undercover athletic workhorses with the stamina of olympians and the speed of a cheeta.

4  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Is starlight from distant stars a problem for a 6,000 year old earth? on: June 16, 2014, 05:30:59 PM
I mentioned red shift and expanding universe to Tbombz before and got some bullshit reply. Like talking to a fucking tree, but more hollow inside.
red shift is proof of what exactly? a red shift.

just like everyone went nuts over the radiation discovered a few months ago, that everyone was told is "proof of the big bang".  and i told everyone then, no, proof of a certain type of radiation is only proof of a certain type of radiation.  and now scientists across the globe are agreeing, and calling that "discovery" nothing of the sort.

these days, we are seeing more scientists starting to reject the big bang model in favor of an infinite, eternal, uncaused universe.  this is mainly because they see no real compelling evidence for the big bang and they do not like the logical consequences of a "beginning".

now, if you want to talk science, understand that i spent the first 20 years of my life an atheist, i spent the first 24 years of my life believing in big bang, and evolution, and ridiculing and mocking The Bible. I spent hundreds, if not thousands, of hours studying all the science behind those theories. Although I am not an expert on all the intricacies of all the scientific theories in the world, but i understand the basic evidence and reasoning for the major theories as well as any laymen.

when you boil things down right to it,  the cruz of the issue is this = what is your authority? your own mind, or The Word of God?  

and if your own mind is the choice you choose, well, then that's where intellectual courage comes in. because if you dont have the will to step out, analyze the information for yourself, and be willing to go against the grain of modern dogma, then you are really nothing but a sheep, blowing which ever way popular opinion goes, and your opinion will always be changing, and it will never have integrity, or truth.




and Necrosis, as far as "debunking"  the fundamental idea of Humphries cosmology,  mathematics is impotent to do so.   its like saying "1+1=2, so therefore Mike can not jump over the broom."  
5  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Is starlight from distant stars a problem for a 6,000 year old earth? on: June 16, 2014, 02:12:39 PM







oh snap

6  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Is starlight from distant stars a problem for a 6,000 year old earth? on: June 16, 2014, 02:00:54 PM
Jesus these nutjobs and their invented stories.

Dr Humphreys lol. PhD from the Tbombz special school.

Dr Humphreys was born on 2 February 1942 in Wyandotte, Michigan, U.S.A., and was raised in a scientifically aware but non–Christian household. Not surprisingly, Russell himself always had a love for science, and in 1959, he was one of the 40 winners of the Westinghouse National Science Talent Search.

He received a B.S. degree in physics at Duke University, 1959–1963. After this, he moved to Louisiana State University (LSU) to study postgraduate physics. In 1969, while doing his dissertation research for LSU in the mountains of Colorado, he committed his life to Christ. In 1972, he was awarded a Ph.D. in physics, on cosmic rays and ultrahigh energy nucleon–nucleon interactions, by which time he was a fully convinced creationist due to both the biblical and scientific evidence. For the next 6 years he worked in the High Voltage Laboratory of General Electric Company, designing and inventing equipment and researching high–voltage phenomena. While there, he received a U.S. patent and one of Industrial Research Magazine’s IR–100 awards.
7  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: Is starlight from distant stars a problem for a 6,000 year old earth? on: June 16, 2014, 01:58:13 PM
T Rex and Company died out 65 million years ago...man says the earth is only 6,000 years old. A long dead dinosaur proves man wrong.
First of all, man doesnt say the earth is 6,000 years old; But Almighty God does!

Now, lets take a look at DINOSAURS!


The Bible speaks about Dinosaurs.  Smiley

JOB 40:15-19

"Behold now behemoth, which I made with thee;
he eateth grass as an ox.
 Lo now, his strength is in his loins,
and his force is in the navel of his belly.
 He moveth his tail like a cedar:
the sinews of his stones are wrapped together.
 His bones are as strong pieces of brass;
his bones are like bars of iron.
 He is the chief of the ways of God"


The vast majority of dinosaurs fossils that are found, are found in the same position!!




^^ And that position, spine and tail bent upwards, reveals the nature of their death: death by submersion in water. Also known as THE FLOOD.



Yet again, here we have further proof that dinosaurs did no go extinct millions of years ago, but actually were alive and well just hundreds of years ago. As we see on this engraving from the Carlisle Cathedral in the UK, which was done in the 1400's.





And now here we have soft tissue of a Dinosaur, which couldnt possibly be any older than a few thousand years!










 Smiley
8  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Is starlight from distant stars a problem for a 6,000 year old earth? on: June 15, 2014, 08:56:23 PM

"Accordingly, the model says that early on the fourth day, God’s creation of Sun and planets nearby plunges Earth into a zone of timelessness. In the zone all physical processes, including clocks, come to a complete stop. The spherical zone of timelessness expands out from the earth at the speed of light, engulfing the newly-created stars and galaxies. After reaching the most distant galaxies, the timeless zone reverses itself and begins shrinking back toward the earth at the speed of light. As it does so, it uncovers the new galaxies, which immediately begin emitting light again. Some of that light goes toward the center where the earth is, right behind the shrinking sphere of timelessness. Dr Humphreys: “When the sphere reaches zero radius and disappears, Earth emerges, and immediately the light that has been following the sphere will reach Earth, even light that started billions of light-years away. On the fourth day, “An observer on the night side of the earth would see a black sky one instant, and a sky filled with stars the next instant.”


http://creation.com/new-creation-cosmology





9  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: yall ever see this machine? tbombz doing "''crossfit"'' on: May 20, 2014, 03:19:23 PM
always the same concept of judgment, reward, selection, a bullshit story like many others that always imply... A SELECTION A FEW CHOSEN. Well it can be explained by natural selection. No need to sugar coat it.
there is no judgement for those of us who choose to select ourselves.

we choose whether to accept God's mercy

if we reject him, then he lets us.

its our choice whether we go to heaven or hell, its not something forced upon us

the only judgement that will ever occur is in order to prove to everyone who rejected God that they did indeed reject God. otherwise there is no judgement
10  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: yall ever see this machine? tbombz doing "''crossfit"'' on: May 20, 2014, 03:15:05 PM
How can Satan create anything without the consent of an omnipotent god?  Only god has the power of creation
God gives us free will
11  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: yall ever see this machine? tbombz doing "''crossfit"'' on: May 20, 2014, 03:14:25 PM
necrosis doenst copy and paste shit, moron.
what he does is write a sentence or two of stuff he heard from somebody, and acts as if they are his own ideas.
12  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: yall ever see this machine? tbombz doing "''crossfit"'' on: May 20, 2014, 03:13:38 PM
if god created everything, it means he created satan too, is he dumb or something, why create something, someone, that will piss you off?

you re so fucking ignorant it's sad. Satan is only the bad guy found in any religion , philosophy since man is man. There is no satan living underground and no god living in the clouds with the carebears.
Satan was given free will to make his own decisions just like we were. he was not created evil, in fact he was created one of the most beautiful and wise of all the angels. he chose to become evil all on his own.
13  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: yall ever see this machine? tbombz doing "''crossfit"'' on: May 20, 2014, 03:12:19 PM
he doesn;t believe it's evidnece of protzoa to people evolution, a made up term, a made up argument. Also, sickle cell anemia is simply a mutation in RBC's that makes malaria difficult to infect the host. Are you suggesting that this painful disease, that some people get who aren't even in danger of malaria was planned? to me pain, death etc from teh disease seems like a shitty trade in for avoiding infection. God works in mysterious ways? or it's a fucking mutation and the outcome to the person is irrelevant?
it appears you dont understand the theory of evolution. let me explain it to you

primordial soup -> bacteria/protozoa -> photosynthetic sea plants -> sponges -> starfish -> seahorse-> lobsters and fishes -> fishes that walk on the shore -> lizards that live near the shore -> foxes -> apes -> humans

now, the exact species between each supposed level of evolution could be different, but thats the theory "protozoa to people"






if you read his articles on the site you will see that he explains that malaria to sickle cell is in no way evidence of the types of changes needed for evolution to occur





God did not want for us to sin, but because we did we now live in a world cursed by sin, held together only for a time by Gods great love, until he restores it back to perfection. Sickle cell was not planned, it is a result of our own sinfulness, and God loves us so much that he came down from heaven and submitted to torture and crucifixion in order to save us from diseases like it.

14  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: yall ever see this machine? tbombz doing "''crossfit"'' on: May 20, 2014, 03:04:59 PM
So who created sin? the concept of it? the practices that are sinful, who decides that?
Satan created sin, he is the father of it.  God knows what is sin and what isnt sin, he doesnt choose what is sin and what isnt. he just lets us know what is good for us, because he loves us.
15  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: yall ever see this machine? tbombz doing "''crossfit"'' on: May 20, 2014, 03:03:24 PM
you forgot to copy and paste the source of your quote.
would you prefer that i do like necrosis and pretend as if my ideas are ones that i came up with all on my own?
16  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: yall ever see this machine? tbombz doing "''crossfit"'' on: May 20, 2014, 03:00:20 PM
You have been conned, science constantly changes because it has no starting point. You can't discover truth when you have the conclusion in mind. God may exist, I just won't accept shit others tell me, I want reproducible evidence, aka science. That's how you know something, when you can predict things, evolution predicts all sorts of things, they come true also. It predicted fossils in a particular layer, we found it, it predicted gene anomalies in chimpanzee's, found it. This means it most likely true, or approaching the truth.

We can go back in the past because the universe is predictable.
thats philosophical conjecture, its not science

Like a detective on a crime scene.

The irony of the position taken by Cuvierists, neo-Cuvierists, and standard evolutionary-uniformitarians is the fact that fossil succession is a reality only to a limited extent. As we shall see, the Flood-related mechanisms discussed above need not have been overly efficient to account for only the limited degree of fossil succession that does exist. Successive episodes of time, however conceived, also are completely unnecessary to explain the limited degree of fossil succession.

When we consider the fact that fossil succession is limited in overall extent, it is another way of stating that there are many fossils which are found at many stratigraphic intervals. In fact, only a minority are confined to rocks attributed to only one geologic period.2

Since the early days of the acceptance of the standard geologic column, fossils have been turning up in ‘wrong’ places as more and more fossils have been collected, and this process continues to this very day.3,4,5 And even this does not include the numerous instances where fossils are supposed to be reworked from older strata, often with no independent supporting evidence.6

Furthermore, extension of stratigraphic ranges occurs not only for individual fossils, but also for presumed grade of biologic complexity (that is, so-called stratomorphic intermediates). A stratomorphic intermediate is supposed to reflect a certain grade of complexity attained by all living things up to a certain point in the geologic time scale. An example would be the first appearance of vertebrate legs in the stratigraphic record. I will discuss stratomorphic intermediates shortly. Let us now consider some recent examples of stratigraphic range extension.
17  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: yall ever see this machine? tbombz doing "''crossfit"'' on: May 20, 2014, 02:51:23 PM



one of the worlds leading experts on sickle cell anemia..

http://creation.com/dr-felix-konotey-ahulu
18  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: yall ever see this machine? tbombz doing "''crossfit"'' on: May 20, 2014, 02:46:16 PM




An article from a popular science magazine, concerning this antibiotic-resistence showed that Reinikainen had it wrong. Increase of information and new structural complexity has been observed in not just some, but in fact, many cases.

As will be shown, you have failed to demonstrate this in even one case!

The original magazine (which is not at hand now) was a Finnish popular scientific magazine Tiede 2000 i.e. Science 2000. It had some non-technical examples of antibiotic resistance which however showed clearly that in many cases we cannot honestly call the evolution of antibiotic resistance, "a loss of information". Instead, I have put (as an attachment) an article by Petrosino, Cantu and Palzkoll, titled “β-Lactamases: protein evolution in real time”
This was Trends in Microbiology 6(Cool:323–327, August 1998. Some bacteria produce β-Lactamases to destroy β-Lactam antibiotics, which include penicillin.

You may “judge” it and check if it’s always about “loss of information” as frequently claimed by some creationists. (Or maybe you accept increased information by evolution in this case without any further problems … your original article was about poisonous newts, indeed.)



Right, I read this paper as you requested. But despite its title, it does not support your points, but ours! For example, one mechanism featured in the article was acquisition of genes from other bacteria. I.e. the genes already existed—hopefully it should be obvious that this is irrelevant to the origin of these genes in the first place, which is what goo-to-you evolution is supposed to explain! The other clue is the statement ‘many of the mutations located around the active site pocket result in increased catalytic activity for hydrolysis of extended-spectrum substrates.’ Mutations far from the active site also increase extended spectrum catalysis. This provided an advantage to the bacteria containing these mutations, because they could destroy more types of antibiotics. But here was yet another example of an information loss conferring an advantage.

To understand this properly, it’s necessary to realize enzymes are usually tuned very precisely to only one type of molecule (the substrate), and this fine-tuning is necessary for living cells to function. Mutations reduce specificity and hence would reduce the effectiveness of its primary function, but would enable it to degrade other substrates too. But this loss of specificity means loss of information content. Dr Spetner analyzes this with rigorous mathematics using standard definitions of information. He presents the two extremes:

An enzyme has activity for only one substrate out of n possible ones and zero for the others—here the information gain is log2n.
The second is where there is no discrimination between any of the substrates—here the information gain is zero.
Comparison of ribitol, xylitol and arabitol activities of wild and mutant ribitol dehydrogenase
Comparison of ribitol, xylitol and arabitol activities of wild and mutant ribitol dehydrogenase (from Lee Spetner, True Origins website).

Real enzymes are somewhere in between, and Dr Spetner shows how to calculate their information. As explained above, living organisms require enzymes to do a specific job, so their information content is very close to the maximum in case 1. Quite close to the other extreme are ordinary acids or alkalis, which hydrolyse many compounds. These have wonderful extended-spectrum catalytic activity, but are not specific, so have low information content, so would be useless for the precise control required for biological reactions. All observed mutations reduce the specificity and trend towards the second extreme case. The trend described in the β-Lactamases is just the same as that described in ribitol dehydrogenase, the enzyme some bacteria use to metabolize ribitol, a derivative of a type of sugar (left). That is, the mutant acquired the new ability to metabolize xylitol, so it was thought to be an example of new information arising, and that it could trend towards a highly specific xylitol dehydrogenase. But on further inspection, it turned out not only to reduce its ability to perform its original specific function of metabolizing ribitol, but also to increase the ability to synthesize lots of other things, including arabitol. The trend is towards loss of specificity and producing an ordinary broad-spectrum catalyst, i.e. from case 1 to case 2. A graph of wild v. mutant β-Lactamase activity on various antibiotics would be essentially the same as this graph of wild v. mutant ribitol dehydrogenase activity on the different types of sugars.

In conclusion, there is nothing to support any information gain at all. But evolution posits that the information content of the simplest living organisms, the mycoplasma with 580,000 ‘letters’ (482 genes), was increased to, say, the 3 billion letters equivalent in man. If this were so, we should be able to observe plenty of examples of information gain without intelligent input. But we have yet to observe even one, including the example you cited.
19  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: yall ever see this machine? tbombz doing "''crossfit"'' on: May 20, 2014, 02:38:31 PM




god and jesus want you to tell us how you re able to afford this lifestyle taylor, so we can imitate your ways and become better men  Undecided
the only way to be a better man is through faith in Jesus, and I have been telling you that over and over and over again. my blessings flow through my faith in God.
20  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: yall ever see this machine? tbombz doing "''crossfit"'' on: May 20, 2014, 02:37:00 PM
Thats not what the content of you post says. it specifically states that the requirements for meta info and life were derived from the alex whatever dude. He then goes on to list his pre-requisites.

do you not realize that these people are biased?
there are hundred of writers on that site, and they do often cite eachother.

they are bias in the sense that they start with The Word of God as the ultimate authority, and then interpret the evidence based according to his first hand account of what happened. yeah.

evolutionists are biased in the sense that they start from the point of view that The Biblle is a lie and that they are able to figure out the unobservable past, and then interpret the evidence based on that point of view.
21  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: yall ever see this machine? tbombz doing "''crossfit"'' on: May 20, 2014, 02:33:13 PM
Your version of Christianity is vastly different than MOS's
No it's not
22  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: yall ever see this machine? tbombz doing "''crossfit"'' on: May 20, 2014, 02:32:36 PM
now you re back , care to tell us once and for all where the money come from?
i have answered many times in the past, and the answer is no different now. My wife works.
23  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: yall ever see this machine? tbombz doing "''crossfit"'' on: May 20, 2014, 02:29:06 PM
already did *sigh

your whole belief system is based on judgement----your whole idea of Heaven is based on judgment haha



question MOS----is masturbation a sin?  Does God care if I jack off to online porn?
God cares about your well being, and God knows that masturbation corrupts and perverts the soul, so because he loves you he does not want you doing it.
24  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: yall ever see this machine? tbombz doing "''crossfit"'' on: May 20, 2014, 02:25:37 PM
but....the heart is an organ that pumps blood in the body, it s the brain that creates thought processes....  how can one 's heart determine his thoughts?Huh
the brain does not create thought processes
25  Getbig Main Boards / Gossip & Opinions / Re: yall ever see this machine? tbombz doing "''crossfit"'' on: May 20, 2014, 02:23:05 PM
Amen brother!  PREACH!!

I understand everything you're saying.
 Smiley
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