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until you randomly get pregnant when you're not actually ready for kids and maybe not even by a boyfriend or w.e. (1 night stands), And that may of been OPs only chance of a kid of her own. OP should still have safe & protected sex, as she can also still catch STD's.
Well, then I guess having kids isn't a very VIABLE option now is it?? AHHH, get it? Get it?! Like viability! Like able to sustain life, and OP can't have kids because of sterility! Man, I'm good.
we all thought my sister was sterile and she is pregnant now so there is hope for you OP. sometimes the doctors are wrong.
My sister's ex had been married for 7 years before they met and he and his wife tried forever. They both went to doctors and the doctors said he was shooting blanks. Well in 2008 my sister gave birth to his daughter. Miracles do happen. Just remember God has a reason for everything and if you're meant to get pregnant one day, despite what the doctors say, He'll make it happen.
...God does still not exist. So, I told it again, mission accomplished. That being said, there a lot of people who were told to be fertile and still had children. But, OP, don't get your hopes too high. There are more people who were told to be fertile and indeed were. I would tell it as soon as possible to your family, otherwise you are going to get a lot comments about children, and when, and how many, and the names and blablabla. If they know it, they can avoid it. That will make your life a little bit more easy.
87, i love how you finished your sentence. "to me" thats what religion is about. believeing in your beliefs! so ppl stop going around telling everyone whats true or not. theres no proof there is a god.. there are slight proof that all species were at a point micro organism that got to evolve and adapt to their territories. but that does not mean god doesnt exist. i personally dont believe in god, but i do respect ANY beliefs about god. i will gladly discuss then to understand them and i will respect other people about their choices. more people should do so. there is no such thing as the "right" religion. thank you if you read.. :P
so #87, it makes more sense to you that some almighty being just flicked a switch and everything came to be? Evolution does not say we come from monkeys. It says that over thousands of years minor changes and through natural selection we look like we do today. Did you know we have gills in the womb? And we are still evolving - there are people today being born without wisdom teeth and appendixes because our mouths are getting smaller and we no longer need an appendix to digest raw meat.
Ooooh, numbers 80 and 87 are braindead. I feel sorry for you guys, living in the 21th century with a brain that's stuck somewhere in the middle ages. You do know that the earth isn't flat, do you? And you also know that evolution is proven, do you? And you also know that people made all those thousands of Gods up to get an answer on all those difficult questions - like, how did men control fire? Ah, Prometheus stole it from the gods. -do you? People like you make people like me feel sorry for every believer in this world. There is nothing wrong with belief, as long as you still can think and act rational. And guess what...many believers can't! God created human beings and the whole world in six days, yeah sure, ffs... Fact: we share 99,99% of our DNA with chimpanzees. Evolution and science and critical thinking
Okay. While evolution hasn't been proven, neither has the idea that we have a god. Evolution has more support than creationism because it's more likely! The only way something in science can be proven is if you exhaust all other possibilities (i.e. disprove everything except one thing). For example, in order to prove evolution, you would need to DISprove creationism. There is some evidence that science can't explain, but in my opinion that doesn't automatically mean ZOINKS THERE'S A GOD. I'm not saying there is, or there isn't a god. No one knows for sure. You're entitled to believe what you wish, as am I... but you can't exactly tell others they're wrong because science hasn't fully proven something yet. Do we know dark matter exists?
Apparently my time ran out when I attempted to add something. Djee - I thought it was less than that, actually. Around 98.4% or something... for some reason 1.6% stands out in my head as the only difference between apes and humans. I took a course on it last semester so my numbers may be slightly wrong. No matter, though. It's this 1.6% or something that allows us to speak, think, interpret, etc. We're still very closely related to apes... you people who are very against evolution need to take this into consideration. I could get into a great debate about it here if I wanted to, but I'm going to leave the research up to you. Just remember that nothing, not even a god, can create an entire universe in 6 days. The earth is millions, possibly billions of years old. The bible says it's only 4000 or so years old. What's the problem with that? There's evidence on the damn planet that the 4000-year-old-planet theory is definitely false.
133 -Well, duh. I don't think any of us are trying to change any opinions here. There are facts that some of us have mentioned, but I don't recall anyone saying one's right and the other's wrong, end of argument. Anyway... Lalalady is correct. Just so you all know, I strongly believe that you can still be a Christian scientist or a person who believes in evolution as well as a faith. They do exist, which means they're taking a realistic point of view and using their faith for what it's meant to be. Some things in the bible just aren't meant to be taken literally.
Lalalady42, you are completely right. I just wanted to keep things simple for the people who are 'omfg u belief we came from monkeys?'. You can't proof gravity, but it's so much easier to say that it is scientifically proven than to explain that. Evolution is much the same, and with all the historical evidence and the fact that people are still evolving, it's as good as proven. "Just so you all know, I strongly believe that you can still be a Christian scientist or a person who believes in evolution as well as a faith. They do exist, which means they're taking a realistic point of view and using their faith for what it's meant to be." I know that there are scientists who strongly believe, but, to be honest, I can't understand that. How can someone who is supposed to be rational and critical believe in something that's totally not rational? I never got that. And what do they do with the Holy Book? Being selective in things they want to believe? If a scientist beliefs in something personal, perfect. But I'm still going to think weird of scientists who believe in God or Allah or Zeus, for the matter. Ofcourse, it's still better than a non-rational believer.