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The scientists who thought there would be that much dust on the moon were from the 50s - there was some guy whose name I forget who estimated that the earth got 5 million tons of space dust a year, and assumed the moon would get a proportional amount. Later research has shown those dust estimates to be wildly overinflated - the real amount is more in the neck of 25,000 tons a year.<br><br>I even found creation science websites that advised people not to use the moon dust argument because of, you know, how it's about 50 years out of date.Nokia trailer -> Man of Steel!Nokia trailer -> Man of Steel!What are you talking about?What are you talking about?
If I had known you guys would be doing this with my theories of love and compassion, I would have stuck to carpentry. All Hail Megatron.<br><br>Amen.Mtv and nokia trailer music ?<br>Mtv and nokia trailer music ?<br>Anonymous, you've really gone full retarded now. I respect anyone who questions the established, but you are just throwing in vocabularies. You have no factual basis and whenever someone brings an argument against your statements to the table you either ignore them completely or quickly set up the next that one of us has to tidy away.<br>Technically this isn't a debate, this is a monologue from yours with comments, but simply not a debate. <br>Now you even think you have pointed out an inconsistency in elementary school science. Yes,the different races are another proof of evolution. White people lost their black pigments because they didn't need the sun protection anymore that those pigments offered. That's saving resources. <br>Just because it hasn't been made clear here yet.<br>Humans evolved from an ancestor of the apes because the tropical rain forest those creatures were living in was pushed back due to a climate change. That's assured with fossil founds. Those "somewhat-apes" now had to live in a Savannah where they were easy meat without the protection of trees. <br>In millions of years through mutation they started to get bigger legs, a stronger social bound and so on. Mutation can occur only after the fathering, so the further away the generations are the longer it takes.<br>Through the consummation of meat and the famous discovery of fire our brains got the opportunity to grow and from there we conquered the world with our superpower, the brain.<br>How the beck could we know all this in such a detailed way? We were just finishing the puzzles. We had found witnesses such as ancient fire places or the lascaux caves which all could be dated back to the dates we know from school books. We're still changing a few things here and there but the "theory of evolution", in this case the human evolution is factually assured.<br>The great thing about science is that it never can become a dogma, like the Christian thesis. New facts bring new points of view, but as long as evolution has the best arguments for it, I'll believe in it.<br>ANONYMOUS, Please then, if Hybrid is by any case not able to explain the different races scenario, let's just go back to the simple basics where the ideals of the bible started from. God. so then I must ask... How is it easier to believe in God? Let there be light and by miracle it happened... Impressive, but still... God is the greatest trickster of them all. He says smell, but don't eat, see, but don't touch. The tree of knowledge known as the tree of evil.. He creates it when he builds paradise (an area filled by only PERFECTION), yet he tells man to not eat the apple of that tree cause its the tree of evil... what a way to counter himself and to show that if God exists, he is the most IMPERFECT being of us all, apart from the fact that it was EVE who told Adam to eat the apple, so immediately women are punished as less (just as history has shown, but hmm, who causes that, OH THATS RIGHT... MEN) And also.. Who wrote the bible? The bible was written by men, and not by God's disciples. In those times there was not a way to write, it was all spoken through stories, from person to person through time. LATER ON it was written on paper, by other men who weren't with Jesus. so basically like all history it becomes bias, and is something that will not and will never be proven by human kind as we lack so much that we desire to know because we HATE being immortal, so we create the being of God and Heaven, to depend on someone greater when we become useless in the most destructive of cases, just as having a family member sick with a disease that will kill them (which eventually does). War, death, famine, sickness, poverty... Where is God there? Tell me he is there because if he is, then that is the proof to believing in God rather than any other theory (which there is a reason why it is called a theory, since it is not fact) but since I've heard this response from many people through my life, I can only say that most probably a very close minded religious person would simply answer "God works in mysterious ways". I just hope that is not your answer, and it it is... Then I rest my case. I can state that the mentioning of evolution becomes far fetched to be proven on the case that we may come from apes... But races, thats just a normal case of evolution, just as you may have chimpanzees, gorillas, orangutans. They are primates, but three different variates... Just as we are humans, but there are Asian, American, African, Latin etc... Every theory becomes self contradicting or mostly impossible to know for sure as facts... It takes as much faith to believe in God as there is to believe in the bing bang. and honestly the simplest theory to self destruct is that of God... As an interested person in philosophy, Philosophy is questions that can be answered, religion is answers that cannot be questioned... (So my point made clear, let the hate comments rain!! :) )
@Hybrid, logic will never work with these creatures. Face it, they are white supremacists who don't BELIEVE in genetics. They'll probably say that races are descendants of demons . . . or something as ridiculous. We, the people with brains, should shut up. Now.Ha sit occurred to you that the birth rate/death rate difference was less than 2% upto 1850s than it is now?<br><br>Rhetorical question. I know it hasn't. (Suddenly I am feeling a brotherly compassion for Cutler Beckett . . . and Jim Kirk.)Hybrid, If you read and believed your Bible (which I know you don't) you would understand how the genetics and races came about. Since you don't accept the premise of the Bible being true, its useless to explain it to you.  So, how do you explain the different races?  Did some people just "evolve" from different color apes?  LOL.  I still find it easier to believe in God than all of the silliness that you must accept to believe the "theory" of evolution.So, basically, there were 2 humans at the very beginning... Let's ignore the poor genetics it would bring to mankind to all come from incestuous people (lol), but, then, how do you explain there are black people, white, asians etc... Maybe that's an evolution ? LOLThats funny Ed.  At least you have a sense of humor.  No, this is just one of the numerous inconsistencies and contradictory evidence against evolution.  There is not enough space here to state them all, but I would be glad to point you where you can read all of it yourself.  Carbon dating also has been shown on many occasions to be inaccurate, such as when they tried to date newly formed rocks after the Mt. St. Helens eruption.  It was the scientists who believed there would be that much dust on the Moon, not me.  Obviously, the point I am making is that scientist are not infallible and are frequently wrong.
Really? That's your argument against radiocarbon dating? Not enough moon dust?<br><br>To say that's flimsy would be an insult to wet tissue paper.Did you know that the Lunar Module was built with those extremely long landing legs because the scientists at NASA assumed that the supposed billions of years the Moon was in existence (multiplied by the known measurable and consistent micro amounts of space dust accumulation) that there would be several feet of dust on the Moon's surface, however when they got there, they were surprised to find the dust was only less than an inch deep. <br><br>Also, if you calculate the Earths population in reverse using the same algorithms that calculate the Earth's population's exponential increase, it shows that going back less than 10,000 years, the equation cones down to two people (Adam and Eve perhaps?). Couple this with the fact there is only about 6,000 to 8,000 years of recorded human history, it does make you wonder how long we really have been here.Did you know that the Lunar Module was built with those extremely long landing legs because the scientists at NASA assumed that the supposed billions of years the Moon was in existence (multiplied by the known measurable and consistent micro amounts of space dust accumulation) that there would be several feet of dust on the Moon's surface, however when they got there, they were surprised to find the dust was only less than an inch deep. <br><br>Also, if you calculate the Earths population in reverse using the same algorithms that calculate the Earth's population's exponential increase, it shows that going back less than 10,000 years, the equation cones down to two people (Adam and Eve perhaps?).  Couple this with the fact there is only about 6,000 to 8,000 years of recorded human history, it does make you wonder how long we really have been here.I return you the compliment !<br><br>BTW what's wrong in saying HZ is atheistic ? It's not true ? lolEven if it will be out only in early 2016, I guess Zimmer will work quite a lot on Batman vs Superman.
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Ice Age - The Meltdown
Label: Varese Sarabande
Length: 63'01
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  1. The Waterpark (2:24)
  2. The Vulture Of Doom (1:19)
  3. Migration (3:32)
  4. Call Of The Mammoth (1:52)
  5. Sad Manny And The Possums (1:44)
  6. Manny And Ellie Meet (3:44)
  7. Traveling With Possums (2:00)
  8. 12 Ton Mammoth & A 10 Ton Possum (1:55)
  9. Attack From Below The Ice (2:04)
  10. Extreme Possum (1:50)
  11. Who Will Join Me On The Dung Heap? (0:44)
  12. Log Moving (0:59)
  13. Ellie Remembers (2:41)
  14. Foggy Balance (3:53)
  15. Goodnight Sweet Possums (0:48)
  16. Kidnapped (0:56)
  17. Sid's Sing-A-Long (2:08)
  18. Food Glorious Food (1:34)
  19. The Boat And The Geysers (2:40)
  20. The Dam Breaks (1:54)
  21. Ellie Gets Trapped (0:32)
  22. Manny To The Rescue (2:08)
  23. Rescues All Round (3:05)
  24. Scrat To The Rescue (1:28)
  25. The Water Recedes (1:52)
  26. Mammoths (1:24)
  27. With The Herd (0:25)
  28. Into The Sunset (3:00)
  29. The Pearly Gates (1:32)
  30. CPR (0:14)
  31. Mini-Sloths Sing-A-Long (2:13)
  32. The Meltdown (4:24)
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Anthony O'Brien reply Replies: 0 || 2009-11-29 00:00:00
All Songs = Great :-)

Mario Soundtrack reply Replies: 0 || 2009-07-27 00:00:00
One more BEST soundtrack...^^
John Powell is magnific!
All your Scores i'm love it!
I am the fan nº1 of John Powell
Any problem?? :P

Falconet From Italy reply Replies: 0 || 2008-12-12 00:00:00
John Powell's Best Score Ever!!!

Tesia reply Replies: 0 || 2008-08-15 00:00:00
I really enjoyed the movie so did my children. The soundtrack is a perfect remembered ice age experiences.

nicki reply Replies: 0 || 2008-01-08 00:00:00
i love sid hes soooooo sheexy xxxxxxx

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2007-12-18 00:00:00
I want to the song

Beatriz reply Replies: 0 || 2007-07-19 00:00:00
Hola, me gustaria saber si la cancion mini sloths sing a long tiene letra, porque me gustaria usarla para un montaje de gimnasia ritmica.

Muchas gracias.

Gia reply Replies: 0 || 2007-05-22 00:00:00
I absolutely adore the bassoon solos in this, especially in 'Ellie Remebers'. Powell is a genius who is to be commended

Courtney reply Replies: 0 || 2007-02-06 00:00:00
I really love the first track. I love that jazzy rhythm and then the clarinet solo. I love all the tracks. There melodies and styles are performed so wonderfully. I am definatley looking forward to hearing more from Powell. And I have to say, both sloth sing alongs are rather hysterical and catchy.

Anonymous reply Replies: 0 || 2006-12-23 00:00:00
John Powell, der neue König am Himmel für Animationscores.

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Cat reply Replies: 0 || 2006-12-06 00:00:00
the most amazing sound track i have hurd
Ice Age 2
my fave is 31

Cat reply Replies: 0 || 2006-12-06 00:00:00
the most amazing sound track i have hurd
Ice Age 2
my fave is 31

ashley reply Replies: 0 || 2006-12-04 00:00:00
this is an awsome movie the sound track is also great. i like the sloth songs because my dance routine is to them.

Nathan Brandis reply Replies: 0 || 2006-11-15 00:00:00
I LOVE Sid's Sing-A-Long and the Mini Sloths Sing-A-Long!!! Those vocals are GREAT!!!
Thnx John for such wonderfull music!!!

Nathan

Sami Robbits reply Replies: 0 || 2006-10-24 00:00:00
Hi
I LOVE Ice Age 2 it is the best film in the world today. I also love Ice Age, But I can't say which one I like the best because they are both sooooo good!
Bye,
S.Rx

garrett lawrence reply Replies: 0 || 2006-10-05 00:00:00
this movie is awsome i hope theres going to be an ice age 3

garrett lawrence reply Replies: 0 || 2006-10-05 00:00:00
this movie is awsome i hope theres going to be an ice age 2.

BJ reply Replies: 0 || 2006-08-20 00:00:00
[perhaps a little closer - although I'm not sure about 'rank']:

Food, glorious food
We're anxious to try it
Three banquets a day
Our favorite diet
Just picture a mammoth steak
Fried, roasted or stewed
Oh food, wonderful food
Marvelous food, glorious food.

Food, glorious food
Poached possum served flambe'd
Broth made from a sloth
Or saber tooth souffle
Why should we be fated to
Do nothing but brood on
Food, magical food
Wonderful food
Marvelous food

Food, glorious food
Flesh picked off the dead ones
Rank, battered or chewed
Soon we'll be the fed ones
Just thinking of putrid meat
Puts us in a mood for
Food glorious food
Marvelous food
Fabulous food
Beautiful food
Magical food
Glorious food

Ant reply Replies: 0 || 2006-08-13 00:00:00
Food, glorious food,
We're anxious to try it,
Three banquets a day,
Our favorite diet!

Just picture a mammoth steak.
Fried, roasted or stewed.

Oh, food,
Wonderful food,
Marvelous food,
Glorious food.

Food, glorious food,
Poached, possums or flambé,
Froth made from a sloth,
Or saber tooth soufflé.

Why should we be fated to,
Do nothing but *can't make out word*.

On food,
Magical food,
Wonderful food,
Marvelous food.

Food, glorious food,
Flesh picked off the dead ones,
*can't make out next 2 words* or chewed,
Soon we'll be the fed ones,

Just thinking of putrid meat,
Puts us in a mood for

Food, glorious food,
Marvelous food,
Fabulous food,
Beautiful food,
Magical food,
Glorious food!

But you know Sid's Sing-A-Long is better? :p

Hybrid Soldier reply Replies: 0 || 2006-07-27 00:00:00
Food, glorious food!
We're anxious to try it.
Three banquets a day --
Our favourite diet!

Just picture a Mammoth steak.
Fried, roasted or stew.
Oh, food,
Wonderful food,
Marvellous food,
Glorious food.

dum dum dum dum...

Food, glorious food!
pot, possums or flambe,
froth made from a sloth,

Oh, food,
Magical food,
Wonderful food,
Marvellous food,
Glorious food.

;-)

Dory from italy reply Replies: 0 || 2006-07-26 00:00:00
hi! I'm looking for "food glorious food" lyric too but I can't find it! I like it very much...as the film itself!! Please help me...
thanks

Liz-Again reply Replies: 0 || 2006-07-07 00:00:00
C'mon people.....what are the lyrics to Food glorious food on Ice age2?

Liz reply Replies: 0 || 2006-07-04 00:00:00
ICE AGE 2 ROCKS!! Ok, if you want a good movie, get this one. I have to see it again, and again, and again...I can't wait till it comes out in october! AHHHHHHHHHHHHH!

Me reply Replies: 0 || 2006-07-04 00:00:00
I really like the song, "Food Glorious food". I saw Ice Age 2 in a drive in, and when I heard this, I laughed like crazy! It's awesome. Iv'e been looking all over for the lyrics, but I can't find all of them. I would really appreciate it if you could post them up. Thanks alot.

Suicune reply Replies: 0 || 2006-05-11 00:00:00
A very funny score. It's even better than the first movie. I can't believe that the song Mammoths is written by John. Is really magnificent and it fits well in the movie. I think that Mr. Powell will have a long and succesful career.

Gareth Williams reply Replies: 0 || 2006-04-03 00:00:00
Just got it!!!

And it does rocketh big style :D

Ant reply Replies: 0 || 2006-03-30 00:00:00
Does anyone know if the UK release also the 4th April as well?

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