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2009-07-09

Early plants evolved to utilize the Sun's light for their energy in a process called photosynthesis. Because of this, most plants need sunlight to survive. However, according to the bible, God created plants before he created the Sun. That wasn't very good planning on his part.

Genesis 1:13.

 

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Bluecheetos writes:

 

Narrator: So god created the plants AGAIN this time creating a sun before sitting down to wait another 400 million years.

Katy writes:

 

Meh, the first plants were MAGICAL plants ... didn't you ever wonder where they came from? Well, there you have it - the magical plants came first ... it was only later that certain of them would require special care like UV light ...

*singing* oh Puff the Magic ... dragon ... lived by the sea ...

This Site is a FAIL. writes:

 

light feeds the plants here on earth - God created light. plants can easily be grown without sunlight. Try a high pressure sodium bulb.

once again, This Site is a FAIL.

TheAlmightyGuru writes:

 

@This Site is a FAIL.: I'm sorry, are you arguing that God used high-pressure sodium bulbs to generate light before he created the sun?

Katy writes:

 

ROTFLMAO - good answer, TAG!

MarcoPolo writes:

 

It would be highly unnecessary to say "BURNT!"

Yeah, started to see all the commentaries, and, hopefully, i'll start commenting to, just as voting on TWC...

Sander the Great writes:

 

Wish these comments had dates on them. Just found this webcomic and love it.

TheAlmightyGuru writes:

 

Your comments will show up in the "Recent" section even when you post on old comments.

Bahookee writes:

 

Where are many plant that exist without direct sunlight like flours cent light or thermo heat duh ... Really is anyone been fooled by this amatuer

TheAlmightyGuru writes:

 

Are you suggesting that all of the plant life on Earth a mere 6,000 years ago derived their energy, not from photosynthesis, but from, "flours cent light" and "thermo heat"?

 

Oh the irony!