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Originally posted by plumjoose
It makes more sense for god to come from nothing, than matter come from nothing, because matter has no mind or anything really.
Originally posted by Logicalthinkingman
You are assuming that it is possible for nothing to exist. Matter has aways existed just like life has always existed.
The wing stub did not make the bird more adaptable in his environment. The wing was much too small for the bird to fly. Why would a bird evolve a wing that was useless? This is backwards from the evolutionary natural selection concept that birds adapt and change in order to survive better in their environment. The bird with a half-size wing is placed at a disadvantage in its environment. Why would the bird continue for millions of generations improving a wing that was useless?
This view is now proven to be immature to the degree of being ridiculous. The most modern laboratory is unable to create a living cell. In fact, scientists have been unable to create a single left-hand protein molecule as found in all animals.
The female egg contains the X-chromosome and the male sperm contains either an X-chromosome for the reproduction of a male or a Y-chromosome for the reproduction of a female. The female eggs all develop within the ovaries while she is a baby (fetus) within her mother's womb. Evolutionists claim environmental factors cause small changes in the offspring in the evolutionary chain. However, the environmental experience of the female cannot change the chromosomes within her eggs and cannot have any effect upon her offspring. Her body cannot go into the eggs contained within her ovaries at her birth to make an intelligent change. Females cannot be a part of the evolutionary theory for these reasons.
The scientific fact that DNA replication includes a built-in error checking method and a DNA repair process proves the evolutionary theory is wrong. The fact is that any attempt by the DNA to change is stopped and reversed.
Published in Physical Review Letters:
"We know that the majority of the DNA in the genomes of some animal and plant species - including humans, mice, wheat and corn - came from HGT insertions. For example, we can trace the development of the adaptive immune system in humans and other jointed vertebrates to an HGT insertion about 400 million years ago. Life clearly evolved to store genetic information in a modular form, and to accept useful modules of genetic information from other species."
Originally posted by supajumpman
I still have questions that need to be answered.
1. Where's all the missing link fossils?
2. Where did all the energy, molecules, micromolecules, and what not come from?
3. Why can't we see humans evolve into a new species today?
4. Why does HIV exist?
5. How does one mutate something that can't be mutated because it doesn't exist?
6. How does a fetus's heart start to beat when the cells contained in the original zygote, haven't even developed yet?
7. If Intelligent Design is so easy to disprove, then why can't people teach it in schools?
8. When does a species reach a stage in evolution where the offspring is a new species?
9. When was the beggining of time?
(By any point of view, there is no beginning of time!)
10. Why can't humans comprehend the beginning of time,
which in fact is infinite, and never started, nor will it ever end? (Think about that one long and hard folks)
11. Assuming most Big Bang and Evolutionists
believe there is no afterlife, (which of course, not all do) then why are you wasting your quickly diminishing seconds of life arguing about things that don't matter in the long run because eventually, we will all die and in a few thousand more years of the evolutionary process, your life will be nothing more than a spec of dust in the eternal universe.
Just questions that I think IDers and Evolutionists MUST ask themselves. This IS a non ignorance forum, and that is what these questions strive for.