Originally Posted by kael03
The Earth has always held the same orbit around the sun, as this location is where the molecules of the solar nebula condensed when the gravitational anomaly that was the primordial sun formed. Our orbit hasn't fluctuated.
As for our day rotations, the planet's earliest rotations were fast enough that the day/night cycle was theorized to be about 6 hours in length around the time of the impact that created the moon. The moon's pull on the planet is what start slowing our rotation down. However, this does NOT give excuse for the giant glaring disparity of "6000 years", since the bible states that a day is like 1000 years in the eye of God, and 10-20 million years in the formation of the plant.
Our planet could just as easily have been not part of the solar system initially and got hooked into orbit by the sun's gravity. The Earth could easily have been rotating slower to begin with and sped up, we have no way of knowing such things, you fucking know-it-all. Prove it's impossible before you say something's false or you're just being an idiot, period.
No, you were specific with the term "language". Here, a little refresher:
If you were talking about conveying information, you would've used a different terminology than "language". Even with your whole "see the forest for the trees" analogy, that failed miserably. Sorry, but you failed at English on this one.
You mean you proved that you have trouble grasping what people say again.
Have you never heard someone say something to the effect of 'you go talk to them, you speak their language' even though they all spoke English? It's pretty fucking common, so you damn well should have.
I personally think you are an idiot because I've never once seen you grasp anything that anyone's said that hasn't already been stated by tons of people. In other words, if it isn't the majority opinion it's outside your ken, so quit acting like you know what's what, when you obviously only know what you've been told.