Full Thread Title:Evolutionist I can prove to you that what you believe (evolution) is based on illogical reasoning, illogical science and most of
all based on DESIRE. You don't believe me? Then take this simple test.
(Believers of Creation can chime in too.)
OK, now that you've decided to take this test, please note this this simple rules:
1.Pick the answer from the list that you believe explains the figures below. Pick one or two or all of the figures, your choice.
2.Explain why your answer is the correct one.
3.Use logical reasoning and true science (as oppose to junk science) to explain your answer.
So that even kids can grasp the test I brought it down to their level of thinking: pictures.)
a) Maker needed.
b) Maker not needed.
c) Both were made.
d) Both were not made.
e) All were made by a creator.
My answer: Creation
THEY ALL REQUIRE A CREATOR. The complex the 'thing' the complex the design becomes, the higher the knowledge is required.
(I'll just start with thess two and do the rest later if time permits)
Figure 1: The Body
Fact: Following 11 long years of painstaking research and development—and after spending untold millions of dollars—Japanese engineers achieved
that amazing technical feat in September 1997. Since then, humanoids have been developed to the point that they can climb stairs, run, dance, carry
items on a tray, push a cart, and even pick themselves up off the floor when they fall!
Fact: To describe the marvels of the human body in all its glory on this thread or this site is not enough. Consider just one book: Gray's Anatomy
– it will take a lifetime to study and fully understand it. Combine this with the thousands of books published about the human body, then the
evidence of it being as a masterpiece of design and engineering is staggering.
Logic: If it takes a team of engineers, scientist and programers to 'create' a robot what would it take to 'create' a human body? If such a
complex machine requires that much knowledge to 'create' it how much more knowledge is needed to create a human body? If a robot requires an
intelligent 'creator' why wouldn't the human body require a 'creator' a more advance intelligent Creator?
Only someone who desires to ignore common sense will accept and believe something that is illogical: a robot is created while a human body is a
product of chance.
A machine requires a 'creator' while a human body does not require one. Makes sense?
Figure 3: The Brain
Fact:A microprocessor -- also known as a CPU or central processing unit -- is a complete computation engine that is fabricated on a single chip. The
first microprocessor was the Intel 4004, introduced in 1971. The 4004 was not very powerful -- all it could do was add and subtract, and it could only
do that 4 bits at a time. But it was amazing that everything was on one chip. Prior to the 4004, engineers built computers either from collections of
chips or from discrete components (transistors wired one at a time). The 4004 powered one of the first portable electronic calculators.
Fact: Of all the marvelous things on earth, none is more astounding than the human brain. For example, every second some 100 million bits of
information pour into the brain from the various senses. But how can it avoid being hopelessly buried by this avalanche? If we can think about only
one thing at a time, how does the mind cope with these millions of simultaneous messages? Obviously, the mind not only survives the barrage but
handles it with ease.
How it does so is only one of the many wonders of the human brain. Two factors are involved. First, in the brain stem there is a network of nerves the
size of the little finger. This network is called the reticular formation. It acts as a kind of traffic control center, monitoring the millions of
messages coming into the brain, sifting out the trivial and selecting the essential for attention by the cerebral cortex. Each second this little
network of nerves permits only a few hundred, at most, to enter the conscious mind.
Logic: Being involved the semiconductor industry, I can go on and on and describe how semiconductor materials are transformed into the brains of
computers. But the fact is it takes years, a team of brilliant scientist, engineers, programers to produce a microprocessor. If such a complex device
requires that much knowledge to 'create' it how much more knowledge is needed to create a human brain? If a microprocessor requires an intelligent
'creator' why wouldn't the human brain require a 'creator' a more advance intelligent Creator?
Only someone who desires to ignore common sense will accept and believe something that is illogical: a microprocessor is created while a human brain
is a product of chance.
An inanimate device requires a 'creator' while a human brain does not require one.
Due to the DESIRE to believe something that is not, evolutionist will try give the most illogical explanation to something that is so simple, clear
and logical. Case in point – this simple test.
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[edit on 17-7-2010 by edmc^2]