• nemoide

    Nooooo, not peanut butter! I'm melting! Meeellllltiiiiinggg…. oh what a world, what a world!

    (Seriously, I'm a bit confused by this guy's definition of evolution… it seems off!)

    • http://voxmagi-necessarywords.blogspot.com/ VoxMagi

      Thats the funny part…he wasn't rebutting evolution.,..he was disputing 'abiogenesis'…the theory that life occurred spontaneously. They're actually so dumb they don't know the difference. Abiogenesis has never been proven and is strictly theoretical and everyone…everyone knows it. Evolution…on the other hand, is observable fact and thats why Christian whackjobs loved to keep attention on something else…because they have no means to refute it

  • Nosce te ipsum

    umm…. sorry but I think I pooped alil bit at the excitement of finding out Jesus uses peanut butter on his genitals. Of course to mask the bitter taste but what a kinky little savior he is. Also shame on all of you who thought life comes out of jiffy or peter pan peanut butter. Anybody thats anybody knows skippy is where you find the new life.

    • Yalor

      Only crunchy, though.

    • tony

      You are a vile DOG!

      • Conniedobbs

        Well, Jesus did put the peanut butter on his crotch, and that's what dogs do. At least it is if you believe a million lonely housewives.

      • Anon

        I'm sorry, sir, but you are fighting a lost battle. Better stop while you are ahead. Or at least still have what's left of a brain.

      • GoodDoktorBad

        Wooof- woof, bark -bark!!

      • http://fontofliberty.blogspot.com/ Rarian Rakista

        When you die, you are going to end up the same place all of us end up, dead with no God. So enjoy some peanut butter on your genetials while you still can.

        • Bob B

          What are you supposed to do with the peanut butter on your nuts? I don't get it. Sounds sticky.

  • tonyviner

    Not to complain, but this has been out there for a while, so it is not exactly news. It is funny nonetheless. Also look for Kirk Cameron's banana proof.

    • jsh111

      I fucking love the banana one! 'A banana fits perfectly in your hand, thus, god exists.' Must be a genius if you ask me.

      • Connie Dobbs

        A penis fits perfectly in your hand, too. That means that if god exists YOU MUST GIVE HAND JOBS TO EVERY MAN YOU SEE!

  • Peanut jesus

    lol, yeah im convinced. please sweet baby jesus, forgive me! i promise to spread the peanut buttery truth to the world!!

    • tony

      Just another dumb-ass mocker who thinks he knows something, but knows nothing, has achieved nothing and will go nowhere (except hell, of course)

      • GregForest

        That was the most accurate self-description I have read on the web this week.

      • Conniedobbs

        You realize that was Steve Jobs in his alter-ego, right?

  • Alech

    I think they confuse the origin of life with evolution. Two very different concepts to those with more than two braincells to rub together.

    • E.B. Wolf

      “Those with more than two brain cells to rub together,” aren't exactly this video's target audience.

    • http://www.thecarnivalnoir.com Haystack

      It's definitely a strawman argument.

      The problem is that everything they know about evolution comes from secondary, hostile sources trying to debunk it with clever-sounding talking points. Few of them truly understand evolution.

      • tony

        Crap – pure crap – you think you know what we know!!! Do some unbiased research you fool.

        • http://www.thecarnivalnoir.com Haystack

          I used to be Christian. Unbiased research is what led me to become an atheist.

        • Conniedobbs

          Yes, you don't know what they know, because you know something. The only way to know what Mr. Commenter knows is to know nothing.

      • Anon

        Wow, never heard someone other than me use the term “strawman”. I'm glad to see there is still intelligent life here, contrary to Monty Python popular belief.

        • http://fontofliberty.blogspot.com/ Rarian Rakista

          You should get out more.

    • tony

      NO! Not confusing anything here, you twit. Get a life and get some real knowledge.

      • http://www.thecarnivalnoir.com Haystack

        The book is called the “Origin of Species,” not the “Origin of Life.”

  • http://unhub.com/drewt333 drewt333

    If anything this PROVES the existence of a MASSIVE GOVERNMENT CONSPIRACY to COVER-UP and SUPPRESS the EXISTENCE of PEANUT BUTTER BLOB MONSTERS. Our TAX DOLLARS are used in ILLEGAL CIA BLACK BUDGET OPERATIONS involving the RECRUITMENT, INDOCTRINATION and DEPLOYMENT of PBBMs against AMERICAN CITIZENS and FOREIGN COUNTRIES. If PBBMs DO NOT EXIST, then HOW do we KNOW ABOUT THEM? REPTOID ROTHSCHILD CULT of HELLION NAZCA PLAINS MOON LANDING >froth foam mutter<

  • DeepCough

    Of course, peanut butter cannot become “new life,” because it cannot conduct electricity, not like a potato can,
    so it's the potatoes we should be worried about, not the peanut butter, dammit!.

  • Fuzzgun

    “If we examine a jar of peanut butter, it contains matter…” Whoa… this guy sounds totally scientific and shit.

    • guest

      scientific enough for people who would show their kids this video in earnest

      • Areth

        Now there is a terrifying thought.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_X44UVV2R2ETDTYSQJZNQC22ZPI Betsy

      I think if we examine a jar of peanut butter, we’ll find….peanut butter. If we find anything else, we are due a refund or a replacement jar of peanut butter.

  • EcstasyOfApostasy

    Isn't.. peanut butter…. ALREADY LIFE?!?! I mean, peanuts are -organic- matter. They're technically living! (Until you smash them up for peanut butter, I guess, but they were living once!) Not only that, but your average peanut butter is made up of more than just peanuts. There's probably at least a dozen lifeforms just in one jar already!

  • Honuman

    All I gotta say is, huh? I'd say you could call me stupid for not following just what the hell these people are talking about but then if I'm stupid how would you describe these numbnuts? Maybe someone here can tell me how a jar of peanut butter exposed to the air….or not exposed to the air…however this lame thinker is describing it, has anything to do whatsoever with evolution? I mean I get the question they pose at the beginning. When it comes to the origin of life, how does consciousness and active biology begin without some kind of higher intelligence to guide it or spark it or start it whatever, and I agree in that I believe in a higher intelligence as part and parcel with our universe but it doesn't mean I have to believe in Jesus, who, I would say, is clearly, from these types of people and the way they speak, is god and the source of life. Just because I believe in an intelligence greater than myself doesn't mean I'm buying your Jesus crap or Muhammed or anything else people who are no different than me cram down my throat saying is the saviour or god. Fact is they don't know and I don't know.

  • GoodDoktorBad

    If it doesn't work with peanut butter……try sea monkeys -just add water and you'll get creatures smarter than this man…….

    • Commenter

      Chuck Missler has forgotten more than you know – moron

      • Hadrian999

        Alzheimers is a terrible thing

      • GoodDoktorBad

        Thanks Tony….I stand corrected……

      • Anon

        I think, sir, you are referring to Chuck Norris….mistaking this guy for the Chuck is a mistake you should never want to make again.

    • MADD415

      beautiful sea monkey reference. Like!

  • Tyronos

    Peanut butter is made of ground peanuts, which, if I remember right, is full of protein and amino acids. If those compounds aren't complicated enough to be considered life, then I don't know what is. Analogy fail!!

    There are two things creationists shouldn't attempt: science and math.

  • tony

    I guess the bottom line is that 'evolution' is a theory STILL which has no proof… missing links anyone??? None of you know how life began so just STFU

    • Friendly Jees

      Tony, my dear friend in Christ- Evolution and the origin of life are two different things. Not different-and-yet-still the-same as The Father, The Son and the Holy Ghost… but different-and-not-the-same as cleavage and a hairy ass crack.
      As for your understanding of the meaning of a scientific theory as opposed to a layman's theory, you fail to see that the theory of gravity is “just a thoery” in the same way the theory of evolution is “just a theory”.
      As far as missing links, you could say every single organism on the planet is a missing link. You, for instance, connect homo sapiens to homo sucker.

      • Anon

        Jolly good show, chap.

      • tony

        Hmmm – funny (but it's not nice to laugh at retards)

        • Connie Dobbs

          Luckily we're not nice and laugh at people like you a LOT.

    • GoodDoktorBad

      STFU?

      WWJD?

      LMAO!

      Jackass….

      • tony

        WWJD???
        He'd slap you up the back of your head…

        • GoodDoktorBad

          Maybe Yahweh would do that, but not Jesus. Not from what I've read.
          Jesus wasn't in the “old testament”. He believed in “turn the other cheek”, not “an eye for an eye”

          Got faith? I think not…..

          Whatever you call yourself, you're no Christian, except possibly in name only.

          “He'd slap you up the back of your head… “

          Bitch slapped by Jesus! Too funny……

          • Word Eater

            Tell that to the money lenders in the temple when Jesus got medieval on them turning over tables and whatnot.

          • GoodDoktorBad

            Flipping over a few tables would hardly be considered medieval. Perhaps if he had hacked them up with a sword.
            The subject is moot anyway, since I am an athiest at least as far as the Abrahamic faiths are concerned.
            It's just annoying when so called Christians preach faith when they obviously possess none of there own.
            Can you dig it? If not, oh well…..

    • Fredd

      You have absolutely no idea what you're talking about, do you?

      • tony

        Oh contraire mon freir with air under his hair!

        • No one

          Don't do that. Everyone can see how ignorant you are to begin with, and trying to type in French when you can't spell will just make it worse.

    • Andrew

      Every animal is a link. Every animal is a transitional form. The ones we humans find we name, and you mistake that naming process for divine fiat. For proof of evolution, look up ring species. “Microevolution” is to “macroevolution” as inches are to miles–one necessitates the other. Case closed.

      Life began because arrangements of molecules that stick together last longer, and arrangements of molecules that can replicate themselves will become more numerous. Evolution is simple common sense. Now if you want to argue that God set up physics so that life would arise from the natural interactions of molecules, fine; that's a rational theistic argument. But don't go around claiming the obvious mythic poetry of Genesis is history; that's just stupid.

    • Avocet

      “Commenter”:

      You do not seem to understand what the word “theory” means. A theory is not a guess. It is, in fact, a higher level of understanding than is a simple fact. It is an explanation that accounts for all facts, is disproved by none, and can withstand scrutiny. Creationism can do none of these things.

      • John Vonachen

        Actually theories are not true nor false. They are only judged by being more or less predictive than other theories. Evolution is a theory and creationism is a theory. The difference is that creationism predicts nothing and evolution forms the basis of the whole of biology, genetics, inheritance, etc.

  • http://voxmagi-necessarywords.blogspot.com/ VoxMagi

    So painfully ignorant it hurts to watch. They're talking about abiogenesis, the theory that life originated spontaneously…which is just a theory. There is no concrete proof that abiogenesis is the origin of life, so it makes a good target to aim at…since attacking evolution is the path to fail, they just pick another theory, pretend its related to evolution, and then open fire at that. Pathetic.

    Evolution in no way compromises religious faith…unless you're an asshat who thinks the planet is 6 thousand years old and you can't explain why widely varied life forms happened without invoking their instantaneous creation via God. And these losers hate science and claim its been lazy??? Lazier than a fallback on all beliefs that “if we don't understand it, the God didn't want us to! It was his will…so shut up!” There is no creature on earth lazier or more dishonest than a fundamentalist.

    Just finished reading a genetic study of people of Tibet's plateau and China. The natives who live on the plateau have evolved genetic differences after splitting of from ethnic Han Chinese 3000 years ago. It provided an ideal are for study because you have three control groups…ethnic Han Chinese below the plateau, Tibetan natives who split off from Han Chinese 3000 yrs ago…and Tibetan resident Han Chinese who only arrived in the last 60 years. The Tibetan natives have evolved, as a definable genetic trait, the ability to prosper in a lower oxygen, high altitude environment. They pass these now recognizable genes to their children. We're talking about a small difference between them and other people, like melanin differences in hot countries (unless you believe God made people brown to show how sinful they are), or slight differences in musculature. Environment and survival drive evolution. You can watch permanent changes happen in fast breeding species in just a few dozen generations…and still…

    …the idiot brigade has their mad on to keep their precious faith intact. Faith is faith because you do not 'know' it is real via evidence…it is faith because you believe in the absence of evidence. Science is the hard work of finding proof, testing theories and keeping accurate track of the results…it's a damned hard job…no wonder intellectually lazy people are frightened by it and hate it.

    • Niubrad

      Abiogenesis happened in my jar of peanut butter a few days ago, but I ate it, and it was delicious. Seriously, is this guy seriously serious?

      1. Who is putting their peanut butter under a microscope before they eat it; there could be life there.

      2. The earth has more elements on it than what is found in peanut butter. It's ridiculous to expect that in such a simple environment, new life could emerge.

      3. Evolution on a small scale can be directly observed in the laboratory. Thus, evolution is a fact.

      4. You can either support the idea that life on earth was spontaneously generated, or you can believe it was created through magic by a magical god.

      • Minizoids

        You (And they) seem to forget the fact that evolution takes time. Besides, the only experiments that were conducted to test that theory included electrical sparks, which peanut butter is never exposed to.

    • lgardner

      Faith isn't believing in the absence of evidence but rather believing in Creator of the known universe from whom all evidence flows. True faith is entering into cooperation with the One who is the Master Scientist whose revelations to man do not contradict the science He created. True believers do not fear or reject science because they inherently know that all science will eventually prove the existence of the Creator, despite the spin of those who believe that everthing created itself–a notion that violates even their own precepts of science.

      • Troll

        Cool story, bro!

      • Mainguymaindude

        What???? It's called exponential growth of technology.

        1 million year= stone age
        3 thousand years= bronze age
        1 thousand years= iron age
        1-200 hundred years= industrial revolution(age)
        last 50 years= information age

        Religion was a way for people in the bronze and iron age to explain all the shit around them. We know better now, at least some of us.

        • knight of kush

          you my man know what your talking about!

          religion gives people something to believe in. a higher power to explain what is unknown and why bad things happen and give them basic rules to live their lives in a safe way. it gives hope to those who are looking for it. the rest of us have figured out that life goes on and that you just gotta believe in yourself and what you can do to live your life to the fullest.
          no need for divine intervention. not me.

        • Robin

          On “knowing better”: if you can't tolerate the opinions of others, not matter what side you're on, you clearly don't. The thing that everyone should really “get” out of all of this is that we live in a world full of different people, and we will never 100% agree on everything. I will lecture the people in my own camp as well as you, so don't feel too singled out. Ultimately the law should not assume privelge for any perspective, because the law is there to represent everybody.

      • Robin

        Exactly, and that is why I believe in both God and evolution.

        Not that anyone should be compelled to believe anything. If compelled, there is no true belief. This is why religion should stop trying to use politics to legislate the lifestyles of others, or against science. Forcing behavior doesn't affect a heart change, so it's not a “spiritual” victory; winning the political game is a worldly one, and one that has a lot of unintended consequences.

        I saw something about the Christian Coalition at one point in time publishing a list of companies that granted same-sex couples benefits, and asking that Christians not support these companies. Is it really “Godly” to deny these people (and their children) the same benefits for the same work? You do not have to agree with what everyone else does, and you never will. But it seems fiscally dishonest to me to advocate different pay or benefits. It is the children who bear the brunt of this, and that is one of those unintended consequeces. Fair dealings with others are a person's testimony; actions speak louder than words.

        To the other commenters to lgardner; to be fair, neither the idea that science equates to proof of no God, or proof of God, is actually implied in most matters that science deals with. There is no measure of “falsifiability” on the issue from a scientific perspective. If you believe that science will eventually be able to prove the existence of God or not, nobody should really have a problem with that. As long as everyone has the right to come to a decision about that through their own examination of the truth, no one's rights are being violated. It is the only way anyone comes to any conclusion. Fundamentalism on any side should be avoided.

  • E.B. Wolf

    If you ever find yourself cornered by a devout “the world is only 6-12k years old and evolution is a lie” creationist and feel an overwhelming need to blow their backwards-assed little minds; pose this two-word question to them: Domestic Dogs?
    If god created all life forms on Earth just as they are, explain Pit Bulls, Basset Hounds, etc….

    • Mountain Valley

      Domestic dogs are the result of selective breeding. Man used some intelegence to influlence the breeding into what we call Breeds. They are still all dogs, can only breed with other dogs, and will only produce dogs. This is what we call a spieces. Put all those breeds of dogs togetherand leave them alone and guess what, you end up with a population of just plain dogs with similar traits. Are you a racist MR. E.B. Wolf? Your ideas applied to man would make you just that.

      • E.B. Wolf

        Man also used intelligence to breed Horses and Donkeys, which are classified as separate species, to create mules.While mules are nearly always sterile; this practice, as well as dog-breeding, have only been employed by humans for a relatively brief period of time compared to the millions of years it takes for separate species to develop.

        As to the accusations of my racism, that's a pretty big leap. Just like it would be a leap for me to ask if, due to your comments, that you are a bible thumping creationist who believes the world is only 6,000 years old and god put dinosaur bones in the ground to test people's faith.

        • Hairy

          Actually, to make such an assumption, would not be a very big leap at all….I think the bias of his rebuttal makes his position very clear.

          As to you being a racist, ….that was one of the most random assumptions…

  • justagirl

    very presumptuous, and contradictory. “and aren't you glad, okay?” lol.
    this IS proof that sometimes evolution, in fact, does not happen.

  • zedge

    I still saw no proof of the nonexistence of “new life”. A microscopic “new life form would most likely go unnoticed in a jar of peanut butter! and those million of “experiments” were not any more thoroughly check for new life forms than the jar in this idiots hand (Looks at the top surface and says”nope don't see no new life, so there, nah nah nah nah boo boo!” ) Very scientific! FAIL!

    • Haystack

      I'm pretty sure I could find at least a few new life forms if I dug around in the back of my fridge.

  • Kevinheadford

    I encountered new life in a jar of Sunpat crunchy…It was delicious…I swear to God…

  • Polymorph Legion

    chuck missler is pathetic…

  • Flaremissile

    Hey, who let Bobby from the special ed room out? Get that peanut butter away from him.

  • Guest

    Evolution doesn't teach the origin of life. It teaches the origin of species.
    Now if you'll all excuse me I'm going to go put a jar of peanut butter in a lightning storm and make monkeys.

  • Arseni9

    I agree with VoxMagi…This video thinks it disproves Evolution but in fact it disproves an entirely different theory. Though I would have put his words in a more polite way…

  • Yalor

    Damn it, now all I can think about is peanut butter. It's 3:30 a.m. and I don't want to go to the store…

  • Word Eater

    Maybe if you waited around a few billion years while constantly subjecting it to extreme external stimuli you'll get life.
    Abiogenesis doesn't say life was instantaneously created. It says that under very specific circumstances, the right sort of catalyst (lightning for example) can cause inorganic matter to become organic matter.

    • Soggyfortunecookie

      For lack of a better term….Thank God! this was my exact thought also…

    • Drashgorth

      I was thinking along those lines as well…

  • SE7EN_STAR

    I think Jon Stewart should use an excerpt from this video in one the 'moments of zen.' i found myself in an acute state of no-think for sure. baffling

  • Bawdybill

    Could someone please find a cure for stupid?

    • Areth

      The real question is this: Is he stupid or ignorant?
      If he is ignorant, the cure is education.
      If he is just plain stupid… Well… Might I suggest Uncle Louie?

    • Butter Knife

      Shotgun to the face?

      It works for insubordination…

  • John Vonachen

    I've heard that before, “life not coming from non-life”. My rebuttal is this. Life is a pattern. It's a spacio-temporal pattern and it's a contingento-behavioral pattern. The possibility of patterns is something that exists extra-spacio-temporally and extra-contingento-behaviorally. Like circles, squares and triangles they exist outside of time, space and behavior. So you could say that the possibility of life always exists and therefore life does not come from non-life. Life is ubiquitous, ever-present, invisible but none-the-less everywhere and all-time. It's just not that easy to form so it's possible for it to emerge from a jar of peanut butter but not very likely.

  • Charlie

    It amazes me that someone can be so stupid yet still be able to speak in English.

    • APR

      “The ability to speak does not make you intelligent.” – Qui-Gon Jinn

  • http://twitter.com/rplevy rplevy

    I find the “life must be created by God” crowd just as annoying as the “we know exactly what life is” crowd. For starters be more humble and admit when you don't know something. Life is fundamentally a mystery. There are two angles worth going at life from: 1. The mystical/empirical/first-hand awe of embodied phenemo-ecological reality (exclamation point). 2. the serious scientific study of the nature of irreducibly complex, fractal, systems of entailment that we call life. Both the bogus creationists and pseudo-skeptics are deluded into thinking they are dealing with fundamentally unquestionable truths, when in fact both camps are full of shit. The true scientists and the authentic gnostics ultimately prevail over such blowhards, because they do things that WORK!

  • Eli

    …also see – “The Science of God” by Gerald Schroeder. Food for thought for the scientifically-inclined regardless of which side of the “evolution/intelligent-design” fence one leans toward.

  • Charlzero

    looks like an ad for peanut butter!

  • bitraker

    One step away from a goose-stepping Nazi…

  • APR

    “The entire food industry depends on the fact evolution doesn't happen.” Actually, the agricultural industry does it's best to stop or control evolution. A good example is wine grapes. When you look at a block in a vineyard, all the vines are clones. If you plant one of the seeds from one of the grapes in that block, the resulting vine will no longer be the variety you expect. New varieties of grapes are created by careful interbreeding of different varieties. Once the desired characteristics are achieved, the new variety is repeatedly cloned to maintain an exact genetic makeup in all of the new vines. This practice dates back thousands of years.

    Here's a good question for those who question evolution: If the species are fixed, why does everyone look slightly different? Why doesn't my child look EXACTLY like me?

  • rabbodclown

    however, you take a microscope to that same peanut butter, instead of just glancing into the jar, you will find millions of microbes, and tiny organisms already present in that peanut butter. This is called BACTERIA. So guess what, the entire video has already been discredited.

  • Strangelo

    that's a sheer lie. i once opened a jar of peanut butter and found a whole goddamn peanut-universe there! just like in South Park. only that i hadn't put my sperm in there, somebody else must have done it before me. but i guess that doesn't count, coz there was that kind of “interaction” between the life and dead matter. so they are right, people couldn't evolve because the peanut butter doesn't evolve. i guarantee that

  • Warriors91

    This video seemed to ignore the fact that during the period of time on Earth in which life was theorized to have spontaneously been created, there were dozen of chemicals floating around that can't be found in a jar of peanut butter. And the energy that was supplied to create life was more along the lines of lightning, not light or a 72 degree room in which peanut butter is stored.

  • samjampir

    RRRRRRRRRRAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
    holy shit this made me so angry

  • Alienevolved

    banana flavoured peanut butter! only from the creationist company.limted stocks hurry!

    • Gemmarama

      Mmmm… Peanut butter and banana sandwiches! The creationist's worst nightmare, apparently…

  • SHABAMIFYER!

    not watching this. evolution is false…It's JUST a theory that came from another human being…I've seen what us retarded humans are capable of, I'm not believing anything that comes out of anyone's mouth.
    spontaneous explosions out of nowhere? if thats the case, why don't other worlds spontaneously appear with a big bang? we seem to be LOSING planets instead of gaining….(wth happened to Pluto?!)

    and Lastly, I do believe that God did create this Earth and fill it with life. The bible is a gigantic history book….just like American history. so what if I didn't even exists back then….a book tells me that George Washington and Chris Colombo exists…..another book tells me that Jesus Christ exists. It's common sense.

    • APR

      “…It's JUST a theory that came from another human being…I've seen what us retarded humans are capable of, I'm not believing anything that comes out of anyone's mouth…”
      “….a book tells me that George Washington and Chris Colombo exists…..another book tells me that Jesus Christ exists…”

      And those books including the Bible are written by …. ? Human beings?

      I read about evolution in a book written by a scientist (not to mention I observe it on a small scale every day). Based on your criteria, doesn't that make it true as well?

    • Connie Dobbs

      Chris Columbo was actually a TV show, and his first name was Frank. Get it right, retarded human.

      Oh, everything in your post is so incredibly wrong, I won't bother making fun of it.

  • Infamous P

    this is so stupid. preservative additives and gases inside the jar you fucking monotheistic idiots.

    http://www.zeitgeistmovie.com
    !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • http://twitter.com/hydrogenchimera Aaron Rodriguez

    Cocaine is a hell of a drug.

  • Obvioustroll

    New Trolling Material. YAY!

  • Guest

    I can only believe that the people spouting this garbage don't even believe what they say and do so hoping there are people more ignorant themselves who will believe it. It is said that we try to build a system of power through ignorance rather then knowledge, through fear rather then courage, and through lies rather then truth.

    • Guest

      Too many typos

      I can only believe that the people spouting this garbage don't even believe what they say, and do so hoping there are people more ignorant then themselves who will believe it. It is sad that we try to build a system of power through ignorance rather then knowledge, through fear rather then courage, and through lies rather then truth.

      • splitting hairs

        three typos..all one word…get off your high horse, this is the internet.

      • thatssowhitty

        ignorant THAN themselves

  • DntjudgEvr

    For every person i meet reluctant to think outside of their faith i find a tantrum when they face facts they can't discredit. If i were to make spiritual threats to every “faith-filled person” as they do to me i'd look just as afraid to understand myself as them. Funny thing is most people who are atheist started religious, i can only speak for myself with i say this but i have read into nearly every major religion . Not with judgment, not to prove or disprove just to simply to understand point of views and i realize as a grand whole humans repeat the same ideas over in over. Its like we forget mathematics is another form of religion. If there wasn't any faith based in science their wouldn't be an expectation on answers being able to be found. Well i'm done with my rant peace and love hopefully someone reads this, spreads the message and as a whole we are just a bit more better. Peace and love to all who deserve it.

  • http://twitter.com/Adigam John Bonanno

    Maybe there has been new life. Only a close examination of each jar would reveal if new single cell life spontaneously appeared. How many of those billions of jare were examined with microscopes and analyzed for new life? But people have gotten mysterious illnesses from peanut butter. New Life!

  • MacAaron

    Not to mention that all of this food, including peanut butter, is VACUUM SEALED. So it's impossible for you to be able to open a container and have a unicorn pop out. It can't live in there. Geez. This is the dumbest “proof” I've ever seen, but it will re-convert the already ignorant I'm sure. Besides, the evolutionary theory doesn't rule out God at all. Why couldn't He have created us via evolution? What's wrong with that theory? Just because it makes Genesis look like a abridged fairy tale doesn't mean it's false.

    Genesis was written (or at least codified) in ~600AD by a committee of people. I'm sure it was written down exactly, word-for-word, the way God wanted it. Right? I mean, committees never screw up, we see it every day in our own government.. This explains why there are no contradictions in the Bible… O.o

    • Narfnra

      While I do believe that this guy is totally crazy and not able t understand the theories he is arguing against, I’d like to say that being Vacuum sealed has pretty much nothing to do with it. You seem to be arguing that life requires oxygen, which anyone who has ever studied Tetanus can tell you is wrong. There are many bacteria who find Oxygen to be deadly to them, actually. It’s a very corrosive material.

      However, it is true that the chances of a Unicorn popping out of a peanut butter jar is probably zero.

  • Xshant

    oh god, this is the dumbest response to evolution i've heard to date. no scientific proof, just them trying to use words like “supposedly” and “depends” “(food industry) of the world depends” to push the stray retard to join their side.

    fuck you, humans

  • gruesome onesome

    i cant even believe people believe this. i know theres no hope for us earth folk.

  • Trull

    Youz all are fool. All too blind to see this intelligent man be on to sumthing. I just boght and cheked 200 cans of peanutbutter from wallmart and none of them had things living in it. God created everything, even cheerios; man i love cheerios, thank god for them. Because he made them. You all just caint acept that there are a god becuase you need have and explaination for everything. God answers all questions, like why the sky is blue – because god made it that way. Ur all dum, this man is genious!

    Sincerely,
    Big ugly forum Troll

    P.S. – Rawr!

    • MJD.0150

      YOU ARE CORRECT YOU CAN'T FIND ANYTHING ALIVE EVEN IF YOU BOUGHT A 1,000000000 CANS. THE REASON IS THAT THE CANS ARE PRCESSED AND CHECKD TO AVIOD SILLY PEOPLE LIKE YOU

    • Fifthbeatle3756

      OK…………you sound as though you're just repeating what you heard being said around you. You haven't researched it, you haven't read much on the subject and you just don't “get it”. First of all, cut the ghetto speak and write in a form that we can fully understand. You see, you have no theological leg to stand on when it comes to your god or your jesus (I only capitalize when I think that it warrants it). The evidence is OVERWHELMING when it comes to your god and your jesus….they DO NOT exist……get over it.

      • Dumbledore!

        He was joking… :|

      • Stromy42

        How does this video being ignorant indicate that God doesn’t exist? The two ideas present don’t indicate that God and Evolution are necessarily mutually exclusive.

  • Vjebus2

    This guy is so full of preservatives!

  • Mr. Rigth

    You are all fucking idiots. Evolution is not a theory of creation. So what does it have to do with atheism or creationism. FUCK YOU ALL YOU ARE ALL FUCKING IDIOTS

    • APR

      100 percent the truth.

    • MJD 0150

      SO IF YOU ARE SAYING EVOLUTION IS NOT A THEORY THEN IT MEANS ITS THE OPPOSITE, AND THAT IS REALITY, IF YOU DISAGREE THEN YOU SHOULD KNOW THAT YOU ARE SO STUIPID IT BREAKS EVERYONE WHO AGREES WITH ME

      • Shaman01

        He is stating that evolution is a theory pertaining to development of different species, and not at all a theory about how life came to be…creation. Darwin's research adresses what happens to existing creatures over time, noting that birds with sharper beaks survive and reproduce because they can penetrate trees and eat grubs etc… providing strong evidence that lifeforms adapt un-knowingly, thus promoting their survival, he did not address in the least whether God created the life that he was studying.

        Our physical existence is also technically a theory. “I think, therfore I think I am.”

      • she blinded me with science

        gravity is a theory…does that mean it isn't reality?

  • Ninjatoothpaste

    Heh this is a pisser, I bet there are people out there that believe it too! (I know there are. :( Sigh.) I feel ashamed that there are people willing to propagate such guff, half of them probably knowing that it's guff too.

  • Battlehawk99

    Problems:
    1)evolution is not abiogenisis these are two separate and distinct theories
    2)penutbutter does not include the right “ingredients” if you will for life
    3)you may well have encountered new life, you'd have no way of seeing it as proteins and cells are not visible to the naked eye and I don't know anyone who does an exhaustive study of their peanutbutter with a high powered microscope
    4) the urey-miller experiment (this is an experiment that's over 50 years old by the way, not new stuff) proved that life can, in fact, be created with the application of energy to certain chemicals in a reducing environment (such as the one theorized to be found in pre-life earth).

  • Lost Soul

    Wouldn't it be ironic if the Beast came out of a peanut butter jar?

  • Cindythorveld

    GOD MADE THE WORLD> YOU ARE ALL IDIOTS AND CAN GET FUCKED> GOD MADE THE WORLD AND YOU PEOPLE SCREW IT UP AND JESUS SUICIDED SO THAT YOUR SINS WOULD BE FORGIVEN AND YOU ARE SO UNGRATEFUL>

    BASTARDS>

    • Gemmarama

      Where to start..?! I was under the impression that in the fairy tale Jesus was executed, no? Is “suicided” even a word? If “we” screwed up the world was this a pre-emptive strike from Jesus? Cos i personally have only been around for 30 years or so. Since when was “>” an accepted replacement for any form of punctuation? Do you understand what your “caps lock” key does? Does your god advocate abusive language? And finally do you really expect to be taken seriously with a name like Cindy?

      A post that truly raises more questions than it answers!

    • Goobertron

      Dont you go to hell if you commit suicide? poor jesus, hes probably stuck in some river of boiling blood:(

  • Seriously

    If evolution was vaccuumed packed you might be right; but, since evolution was in the open air your demonstration of what happens to pbutter, the growths and changes, are actual proof that evolution exists

  • Chris

    this is sooo stupid… does this guy have any idea how low it takes for new life to appear.. we haven't even been on earth long enough for it to happen, never mind in the time peanut butter spends in a jare.. ridiculous

  • Thephoenix27

    *Facepalm* These people give Christians a bad name. Heck, they give humans in general a bad name.

  • Lavender4memories

    hahahhahhaha…these people are idiots.We have shown in the laboratory time and again that certain proteins when exposed to electricity can get a little jump start.For Christ's sake we've made life from scratch recently.These idiots just don't keep up with scientific literature.They'll never stop until we beat them all to death with an austrolipithicus skeleton.I've seen these same people argue on a different video that the grand canyon was formed from Noahs flood.Ignorance of this magnitude makes my stoole bloody.

  • Peanut Butter Lover

    Ignorance is sadly among us. Science is such a beautiful thing. Evolution and the “one in a billion” chance that life has the conditions to exist and develop and evolve is such a beautiful and fortunate thing.

    I can't believe these people are this DELUSIONAL! Commit them to a nuthouse and keep the public safe from them.

  • David

    Plus there's the little matter that, according to some theories anyway, life itself has so changed the chemistry of the world that the old processes that originally created life can no longer happen. Something to do with the addition of oxygen to the air, wasn’t it? Which was mostly due to early single celled plants. The fact that we seem to be finding fossil microbes literally as far back as the oldest rocks we have suggests that the formation of life isn’t so bizarre an event even – as soon as the earth had settled down enough, there it was.

    There is an uncharitable part of me that hopes all these morons die from drug-resistant superbugs . . . now that would be irony!

  • Ferrari89

    Ohhhhhhh, this is painful to watch…

  • The Porcelain Baby

    LOL, this is hilarious.

  • Xshadowman007

    Your idea of the law represents everybody is flawed. The law – sonstitutionally speaking – is only here because of the Creator and the rights which are supposed to be self evident Which there is great debate about. Personally, I am an out-law.

  • guest

    Holy shit. There are SO many things wrong with this video.

  • Annemarie

    it's sad that i'm a teenager and i know more about evolution than this guy… this was painful to watch lol

  • Gregory

    Yes, we smile at you. Like we smile about our Uncle Francis that is now in the home for coveting his neighbor's sheep.

    We smile at you like we smile at the Army Doctor who is on trial for insubordination, etc because he still questions whether Barack Obama was born in the US.

    We smile at you like we smile at any Xian who has no physical proof that Jesus ever existed yet is part of a religion that is 180 degrees from what this guy was supposed to have said.

    We smile at you like we smile at any person who reads the myths of legends of any culture and takes them literally as these are meant to give meaning to life, not to suggest that the world was actually created by a god ejaculating, or from the bones and flesh of a giant/dragon, or hatched from a giant egg or any of the other creation myths of the various cultures of the world.

    Xianity is a fragile religion because any number of things that are actually true about the human experience have to continually be denounced and “argued” against by rubbish like this video. It is crumbling down around itself and it threatens to take the western world down with it.

    Fiat lux.

  • Omnivore

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA That makes so much sense that explains your stolen god's origins and the origin of life! I feel the holy spirit in my veins! Thank you peanut butter! Thank you!

    @Voxmagi: Disinformation symbol ftw

    • blaze

      evolution is a fact,you among all other religions, are egnoring this. thats why you should all be killed

  • Mpatalano

    hahaha ridiculous.

  • CScottMorris

    The level of ignorance and duplicity among these people is astounding. They have no idea what evolution means and really dont care, as they will do anything to convince you they are right, including outright lies!
    I fear for the fate of the human race….

  • Rich

    That lady at the beginning is a fairy tale witch. What a bunch of retards.

  • GoodGrief

    This video further supports the fact that Christians are the hamstring of society, and thus need to be hunted down purged like the Jews in Hitler's Germany.

  • Fox

    Did anyone think to try this with jelly?

  • Peepee

    Hwo the fuck can peanut butter evolve?

  • Frankterminator1000

    I may be 13 but i know a shit load more about stuff than this guy.

  • hy

    Personally, I believe in creationism. You can't demonstrate that by using peanut butter since it has very little available water which prevents organisms from growing. A better way is to use canned foods since the environment there is more available water. Unfortunately, sterility is not guaranteed so there is still a very tiny chance of getting botulism from properly canned foods (12 decimal reduction) but may take at least a century before we see a case.

  • Oxygen Thief

    THAT JUST HAPPENED!

  • C M Concepcion

    What a bunch of fucking morons!!! Maybe they're proof that evolution doesn't exist as well, especially that last dude with the peanut butter jar. I just wish I had some crackers and some grape jelly, so I could make a sandwich. Oh wow, leavened wheat, peanut butter, grapes. Gee, what do you know, agriculture; proof that farmers DO depend on the FACT of evolution. SHOCK AND SURPRISE!!!!

  • Jakezaiss

    Wow!!! 100 years?
    I like the music, it's so scientific!

  • Jakethesnake

    lmao christians are jokes… just because peanut butter doesn't evolve doesn't mean other things wont after millions of years? that is too funny?!?!

  • http://twitter.com/Brendargh BrendaRuch

    Hey! You got peanut butter on my strawman!

  • nichirin diashonin

    wow this is the biggest load of christian bullshit ive ever seen

  • Edkalonie

    That is amazing! Where did you find that? Comedy Central?

  • Killpeterpan

    this is so retarded

    cant creationists come up with new arguments

  • Anon.

    Faith means that we have to believe in a man in the sky who loves us and gave us the ability to make our own choices, but if we don't do what he wants… Swimming in a lake of fire with my bro Beelz for eternity!

  • D J Richert

    That is THE SECOND stupidest thing I have ever heard.

  • andlyn

    THEY CAN'T BE SERIOUS, Can they??????
    If they are it's really scary.

  • Bob B

    Christians are stupid: If all the different life forms were fit on a wooden yacht 2×2 2000 years ago, and that plus some ocean creatures and birds is all that survived the “great flood”, then where the fuck did 200,000 species of insects, 500 types of dogs, and so many races of men come from?

    • danpete

      example: there were only two “dogs” on the ark. NOT two wolves, and two cocker spaniels, and two chihuahua's. just TWO dogs. who knows what kind…the rest come from the ONLY kind of evolution we have hard proof of, MICROevolution. this explains the reason why, to use the previous example, chihuahuas and wolves are so different, yet NO ONE would say that either is NOT a “dog” of sorts.

      done.

      • Areth

        ..Alright, I'm getting sick of seeing this micro/macro argument. When are you people going to learn that they are the same damned thing!? Micro evolution: Small variations developing over a (relatively) short period of time within a species. Macro evolution: Major alterations in a species occurring over a long period of time resulting in a new species.
        Now here's a quick experiment for you:
        Step 1:Take a piece of paper and draw a picture. I don't care what, just something. A stick man for example.
        Step 2: Erase or draw a random bit of line (flip a coin to choose erase/draw and pick the location or line at random)
        Step 3: Repeat step 2 100,000,000 times.
        Now you tell me, still got a stick man that even remotely resembles the original?
        The logical outcome of this is that you will have random chaos with little bits of line everywhere, some of them may even form letters, words, kanji, whatever. Those that form into something recognizable as a character or word in any human language are analogous with a species. The rest are analogous with evolution's failed experiments.
        So, since all of the changes were extremely small this is obviously micro evolution. With that in mind all of the characters will be the same. Or at least in the same language. What!? They aren't!? OMFG! What a f*'ng shock!!!

  • Linktotheeverything

    Arent the ones that are not edible generally screened before they can get to your grocery store?

  • youvegottobekidding

    That is so fucking hilarious. Instead of exercising my usual incessant need to antiproselytize these morons, I'm perfectly content to just let them keep believing that idiocy. I don't want them on my team.

  • Usarms

    Bob B. 2 by 2 of each species would have fit. Of the dogs and men, the different kinds are just sub-species of the same genome. All varieties are in the dna structure of each creature of each species.

  • howard

    so in order to believe that nature conducts itself and there is no God, we are filling in gaps? No i believe we are leaving those gaps open and waiting for FACTS to present themselves or be found out. Not plugging in a catch-all to make us feel better about the mysteries of the universe.

  • luciousbenrys

    I'm sure we are exist here not from evolution, from monkey to be human. How does it comes? So this experiment prove that evolution is wrong theory. procerin

  • Fifthbeatle3756

    Ditto, VoxMagi…The example that is used to disprove Evolution is sad. I hope that the old man that they had to represent them isn't the smartest one among their ranks. That would indeed be pathetic. What they should concentrate on is finding a way to prove that their god and their jesus exists. That should take them a lifetime…..that should shut them up for good (since there is no way to prove the existence of either).
    I tire of arguing this point with “them”. It's too easy when all of the ammunition that you need to disprove all of their so-called religious fairy tales comes from their “bible”……..YAWNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN…..

  • anonymous

    This one example is conclusive proof that we should all give the church the money we normally spend on peanut butter and sinning.

    • Fifthbeatle3756

      Peanut butter….maybe. Sinning……that'd be way too much. After all, isn't that what we spend the most on?!

  • Greendale

    I agree with this bloke: “Faith is belief in the absence of evidence. Science involves testing theories, recording the results and drawing conclusions. Intellectually lazy people are frightened by it and hate it.” Which sounds like my attitude towards football.

  • Greendale

    I agree with this bloke: “Faith is belief in the absence of evidence. Science involves testing theories, recording the results and drawing conclusions. Intellectually lazy people are frightened by it and hate it.” Which sounds like my attitude towards football.

  • Joe

    There are a few major flaws in this which I want to point out.

    1) First of all, the introduction says “Evolution teaches that energy, such as lightning or heat, plus matter, can, occasionally, create new life.” This is not what evolution teaches. Evolution teaches that, over the course of several million years, thus giving the time for thousands upon thousands of new generations, DNA will undergo mutations which, if the mutation is beneficial, perpetuate themselves, while dying out if they are detrimental. Now that I’ve shown that the entire starting premise of your argument is completely invalid, I’ll take a look at some of the other fallacies you’ve made.

    2) The next part of their argument says that “peanut butter, which is matter, and is exposed to light and heat” never creates life. Now, *by your own statement*, you said “lightning”. Light is not lightning. Sorry, folks. Sure, heat can also trigger the right initial reactions, but we’re not talking about someone keeping it in their kitchen cupboard, we’re talking about something HOT striking it.

    3) My absolute favourite part of your argument is truly hysterical. “When we open a jar of peanut butter, we look in there, there’s no new life.” How the HELL do you know? Let me give you a lesson in 3rd grade science. Things tend to be made up of smaller things — and those, too, consist of things which are even smaller. People don’t consist of 1 single object, as I’m sure even you know. In fact, humans are made up of these little things called “cells”. Cells are very, very tiny things that make up your body, and there are about 10 ^ 14 cells in the average human body. That’s even more than the number of logical fallacies you made in your argument, so it MUST be a lot! But the human body isn’t really that big — in fact, the average adult male takes up about 4500 cubic inches of space, or about 2.6 cubic feet.
    So, if there 10 ^ 14 cells are being stuffed into 4500 cubic inches, they’ve gotta be pretty damn small, right? Approximately 222,000,000,000 cells are in each cubic inch. For reference, If I took about 26 M & M’s, and smushued them all together, they’d take up that amount of space. 2.22 * 10^11 is such a large number that our brain can’t even BEGIN to comprehend it. Which, obviously, means that each individual cell is so INCREDIBLY tiny that, yes, you need a microscope in order to see it. Sure, I rounded some numbers (4482.8 to 4500 and the subsequent 222,222,222,222.222222222222222222222222… to a neat-looking 222,000,000,000), but the point still stands that they are TINY.

    4) Now, if spontaneous germination were to occur in your example jar of peanut butter, and you took it to a microscope, you would see some bacterial cells. Hell, there are already plant cells in the peanut butter to begin with (after all, peanuts do come from plants and thus have cells), so unless you’re an expert (or you go and map its DNA structure), you’d be unlikely to be able to tell the difference between the already-present cells and any new life.

    5) Again, *if* spontaneous germination *did* occur in your peanut butter, or in any other sealed food item, for that matter, it would almost certainly die within moments. Peanut butter does not harbor conditions suitable for life to thrive. Cells largely consist of water, and they require plenty of oxygen for respiration (to get enough energy to do stuff), as well as nitrogen for DNA and proteins, phosphor for the phospholipids that prevent the insides from spilling out, and a whole mess of other stuff, but they mainly require water, which is usually not available in large enough quantities, and oxygen, which is limited, or, often, removed completely to prevent — yep, you guessed it — unwanted life from growing on your delicious JIF peanut butter.

  • namron

    What a crock of crap!!! Early earth had little or no oxygen in the atmosphere, there was tons of iron dissolved in the oceans and the temperatures were a lot warmer than they are now. Peanut butter is nothing like that. Also the early earth lingered with those conditions for 100’s of millions of years before life formed. Just how long were you planning to hang on to that jar of peanut butter anyway? Also, once life formed, it changed the earth. It consumed all the iron in the ocean’s waters, and the amino acids in the water in order to reproduce. In short, life itself changed the conditions on earth so the formation of new life was less likely. Fundies are such imbeciles.

  • Slammy101

    holy shit i think we have a candidate for idiot of the year here.

  • Slammy101

    holy shit i think we have a candidate for idiot of the year here.

  • Butter Knife

    Shotgun to the face?

    It works for insubordination…

  • Stromy42

    How does this video being ignorant indicate that God doesn’t exist? The two ideas present don’t indicate that God and Evolution are necessarily mutually exclusive.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_X44UVV2R2ETDTYSQJZNQC22ZPI Betsy

    I think if we examine a jar of peanut butter, we’ll find….peanut butter. If we find anything else, we are due a refund or a replacement jar of peanut butter.

  • XD Master

    I’m a Christian myself, but even I find this retarded and hilarious, but mostly retarded. As any true troper would say You Fail Biology Forever dude.

  • XD Master

    I’m a Christian myself, but even I find this retarded and hilarious, but mostly retarded. As any true troper would say You Fail Biology Forever dude.

  • none

    Wait they are assumeing that evolotion can go from nothing too animals in a few days in less than ideal conditions. it took it OVER 1 MILLION years too get started. soo unless that jar is that old then this is utter crap.

  • none

    Wait they are assumeing that evolotion can go from nothing too animals in a few days in less than ideal conditions. it took it OVER 1 MILLION years too get started. soo unless that jar is that old then this is utter crap.

  • Dinovoff

    Wow this guy has really debunked “The theory of lifes origin from peanut butter”
    Back to the drawing board!

  • Dinovoff

    Wow this guy has really debunked “The theory of lifes origin from peanut butter”
    Back to the drawing board!

  • Drashgorth

    I was thinking along those lines as well…

  • Narfnra

    While I do believe that this guy is totally crazy and not able t understand the theories he is arguing against, I’d like to say that being Vacuum sealed has pretty much nothing to do with it. You seem to be arguing that life requires oxygen, which anyone who has ever studied Tetanus can tell you is wrong. There are many bacteria who find Oxygen to be deadly to them, actually. It’s a very corrosive material.

    However, it is true that the chances of a Unicorn popping out of a peanut butter jar is probably zero.

  • Petergrenader

    Dear God…. please save us from ourselves! This was frightening to watch. For what’s it’s worth…Chuck Missler is NOT an scientist!!!!! He’s a evangelist: http://www.khouse.org/

  • Petergrenader

    Dear God…. please save us from ourselves! This was frightening to watch. For what’s it’s worth…Chuck Missler is NOT an scientist!!!!! He’s a evangelist: http://www.khouse.org/

  • Guest

    This is ridiculous. I showed this to my eleven-year-old cousin, and even she agreed that these people have no clue what they’re talking about.

  • Guest

    This is ridiculous. I showed this to my eleven-year-old cousin, and even she agreed that these people have no clue what they’re talking about.

  • Michael stone

    That isnt how evolution works. Firstly, the seal was made to prevent any bacteria from forming in the peanut butter. That is what the food industries rely on. THE SEAL under the lid. Secondly, you wouldnt see the new life because it would single-celled organisms. Not ants as you showed in this video. On another note, peanut butter is indeed organic. It came from peanuts. The early earth had super heated water, similar to geysers and undersea vents, and scientists have discovered simplistic bacteria living near or on these vents and geysers. The discovery of these bacteria only solidifies the scientific theory and widely-accepted fact if evolution, along with the mountains of other evidence, fossils, DNA, etc,. Next time you make a video supposedly disproving evolution, make it so that a 16 year old, such as myself, cant easily prove your research-lacking ideas as completely false.

  • Michael stone

    That isnt how evolution works. Firstly, the seal was made to prevent any bacteria from forming in the peanut butter. That is what the food industries rely on. THE SEAL under the lid. Secondly, you wouldnt see the new life because it would single-celled organisms. Not ants as you showed in this video. On another note, peanut butter is indeed organic. It came from peanuts. The early earth had super heated water, similar to geysers and undersea vents, and scientists have discovered simplistic bacteria living near or on these vents and geysers. The discovery of these bacteria only solidifies the scientific theory and widely-accepted fact if evolution, along with the mountains of other evidence, fossils, DNA, etc,. Next time you make a video supposedly disproving evolution, make it so that a 16 year old, such as myself, cant easily prove your research-lacking ideas as completely false.

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