Bret Cahill <BretCahill@peoplepc.com> wrote in news:firstname.lastname@example.org:
>> > > >Same reason creationists try to call creationism a "science" and >> > > >evolution a "religion." >> > > Really, then why did the science community teach for 100's of >> > > years the idea of a static universe which is wrong! >> >> > Same reason the Christian community taught for 100s of years the >> > idea that the Pope in Rome was the voice of God. >> >> > They were wrong. >> >> > Christian evangelicals now know better which is why they are voting >> > for Paul Ryan and Mitt Romney. > >> ya still got nuthin'...... > > It's up to you to prove trace amounts can never be harmful. All you > have to do is take a teeny tiny miniscule small minute hit of > polonium. > > And then report back to us with the results. >
Love your "logic." A small amount of something highly toxic is bad, therefore a small amount of something 42 orders of magnitude less toxic is also bad. Your analogies are getting worser and worser.