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Creation/Intelligent Design vs Evolution/Science Your thoughts?

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posted on Jul, 26 2008 @ 09:38 PM
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Evolutionists and anthropologists claim that the Stone Age lasted for at least 100,000 years, during which time the world population of Neanderthal and Cro-magnon men was roughly constant, between one and 10 million. All that time they were burying their dead with artifacts. By this scenario, they would have buried at least four billion bodies. If the evolutionary time-scale is correct, buried human bones should be able to last for much longer than 100,000 years. Like the dinosaurs presumably have, there should have been uncountable fossils.

By their time-scale, it is supposed that there should have been four billion Stone Age skeletons, and certainly countless buried artifacts. There should be multiple millions of them in fact, given the enormous time-frame they claim, yet only a few thousand bones and fragments have ever been found and these are far too few to fit the Stone Age theory and the thousands of years it was supposed to have taken place. Why worry about a “missing link” when the entire chain is missing!? In fact, not even one single set of transitional fossils (like reptiles becoming birds) has ever been found in all of human history. They can not find what has never existed.

An accidental world, with chance as a mechanism for life forms, must fall upward against science’s axiom that out of nothing comes nothing. Cause and effect demands some Causer prior to nothingness. Chance, to Emanuel Kant, is an excuse for ignorance. Chance is not even a noun, it can do nothing of itself, it has no power to effect, it is not an x-factor, as many are convinced. And chance is not composed of physical matter. Regardless of those facts, to those who believe in evolution or carry a disbelief in Creationism or Intelligent Design, chance was the x-factor in everything coming into existence. Otherwise, they must admit that they don’t know how matter, and thus life, came into existence. They simply don’t know and can only placate theories (subjective). We should expect science to deal only with facts (objective), approaching things rationally and logically. They have not. Evolution remains in the textbooks. Believing in something does not make it true. Humanity once believed the earth was flat, however their belief in that did nothing to change the fact that it was spherical.

Another consideration is that it is impossible for matter to create itself, spontaneously, out of nothing. Evolutional theory is of no help: it doesn’t explain how matter was formed and thus by extension, it can not explain the origin of life. In fact over time, cells do not gain additional DNA
(which, in evolution, must be present for transitional stages), they lose DNA integrity. Each cell is like a carbon copy of the original. With each passing day, the cells are making copies of each other
and becoming a little less like the original. The cells are not evolving, they are aging. I’ve got more wrinkles today than ten years ago. Natural Selection produces extinction of the species, not a proliferation of it. Cells do not improve or become superior over time, but in fact do just the opposite. The Law of Entropy says that cells break down or smooth out over time and lose their cellular integrity. It is the polar opposite of a theoretical, evolutional process.

The general approach for those who don’t believe in a Creator, the argument or theory is an equation: Space + Time + Chance = Everything. How can, in what in reality is, 0 + 0 + 0 = everything!? The space did not cause matter to come into existence, nor did time. Neither can chance influence or create events. Can being come from non-being… spontaneous generation of matter from nothing? Can chance actually do anything or cause something to happen? No. Chance is only the likelihood of something occurring. There must first come “cause” before an effect can occur. An a cause logically demand a Causer…and a Creator. Chance is powerless. It can not mak




posted on Jul, 26 2008 @ 09:38 PM
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Evolutionists and anthropologists claim that the Stone Age lasted for at least 100,000 years, during which time the world population of Neanderthal and Cro-magnon men was roughly constant, between one and 10 million. All that time they were burying their dead with artifacts. By this scenario, they would have buried at least four billion bodies. If the evolutionary time-scale is correct, buried human bones should be able to last for much longer than 100,000 years. Like the dinosaurs presumably have, there should have been uncountable fossils.

By their time-scale, it is supposed that there should have been four billion Stone Age skeletons, and certainly countless buried artifacts. There should be multiple millions of them in fact, given the enormous time-frame they claim, yet only a few thousand bones and fragments have ever been found and these are far too few to fit the Stone Age theory and the thousands of years it was supposed to have taken place. Why worry about a “missing link” when the entire chain is missing!? In fact, not even one single set of transitional fossils (like reptiles becoming birds) has ever been found in all of human history. They can not find what has never existed.

An accidental world, with chance as a mechanism for life forms, must fall upward against science’s axiom that out of nothing comes nothing. Cause and effect demands some Causer prior to nothingness. Chance, to Emanuel Kant, is an excuse for ignorance. Chance is not even a noun, it can do nothing of itself, it has no power to effect, it is not an x-factor, as many are convinced. And chance is not composed of physical matter. Regardless of those facts, to those who believe in evolution or carry a disbelief in Creationism or Intelligent Design, chance was the x-factor in everything coming into existence. Otherwise, they must admit that they don’t know how matter, and thus life, came into existence. They simply don’t know and can only placate theories (subjective). We should expect science to deal only with facts (objective), approaching things rationally and logically. They have not. Evolution remains in the textbooks. Believing in something does not make it true. Humanity once believed the earth was flat, however their belief in that did nothing to change the fact that it was spherical.

Another consideration is that it is impossible for matter to create itself, spontaneously, out of nothing. Evolutional theory is of no help: it doesn’t explain how matter was formed and thus by extension, it can not explain the origin of life. In fact over time, cells do not gain additional DNA
(which, in evolution, must be present for transitional stages), they lose DNA integrity. Each cell is like a carbon copy of the original. With each passing day, the cells are making copies of each other
and becoming a little less like the original. The cells are not evolving, they are aging. I’ve got more wrinkles today than ten years ago. Natural Selection produces extinction of the species, not a proliferation of it. Cells do not improve or become superior over time, but in fact do just the opposite. The Law of Entropy says that cells break down or smooth out over time and lose their cellular integrity. It is the polar opposite of a theoretical, evolutional process.

The general approach for those who don’t believe in a Creator, the argument or theory is an equation: Space + Time + Chance = Everything. How can, in what in reality is, 0 + 0 + 0 = everything!? The space did not cause matter to come into existence, nor did time. Neither can chance influence or create events. Can being come from non-being… spontaneous generation of matter from nothing? Can chance actually do anything or cause something to happen? No. Chance is only the likelihood of something occurring. There must first come “cause” before an effect can occur. An a cause logically demand a Causer…and a Creator. Chance is powerless.



posted on Jul, 26 2008 @ 09:56 PM
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Personally I believe there's a lot more to the entire ball of wax in the the Bible and "God" creating mankind vs "Evolution" in that they are one and the same in what I believe, because for anyone with a higher intellect should understand that there's too much information missing from the Bible, a man-made book, as well as what scientists want us to believe. The Bible is a control mechanism made through years of work towards the process of the Elders of each decade and century throughout the timeframe where they had to maintain control over the society at the time.

I'm not just spouting out information here, being that I took Greek classes for Highschool since I was homeschooled, and the Greek teacher having been a student of both Greek and Hebrew for over 30 some years before I became involved in his class. The times where the Bible says "And God said..." were the Elders taking it upon themselves to put into place a controlling effect because of a specific event which took place and they had to put something into "law" of the society of the Hebrew nation.

All that having been said, the Greek classes would take longer than expected, because they would always end up being almost more of a Theology class than a language class which was the original intent. As well as this it is with the belief I have based on the Art of War that "Creation vs Evolution" is another means of the Divide and Conquer mentality that the controlling masters being World Government's as well as the various Churches, from Roman Catholicism to the Church of England in wanting to divide society into more controllable factions where differing religions are always at odds with each other, let alone the scientific community always trying to prove "God" is within a petri dish.

As well as having said all that there are several verses within the Bible that says "...let those that see, see, and those that hear, hear, and spread the word of God..." or something similar to that, which is speaking to an extent of "psyhics" and "seers", people who knew there were things going on that were more than mere taboo events and different things which were not easily explained because of the knowledge and or lack thereof at the time. And example of this would be John "seeing" events during Revelations which were times that would be during the end times, like where we are living within now, when John had no concept of what a jet or tank, or other military weapons were because it was not within his limited understanding at the time.

This would be similar to someone showing Henry Ford the inventor of the Model T Ford a Dodge Viper back in the 1920's, he could not have comprehended the processes of making the machine, but would have been extremely dumbfounded as well as curious at the same time.

[edit on 26-7-2008 by SpartanKingLeonidas]



posted on Jul, 27 2008 @ 01:10 PM
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Watch this. youtube.com...

And the rest of the series. Why? You will learn the difference between science BS, er, "creation"



posted on Jul, 28 2008 @ 09:11 AM
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Can't edit, grrr. So here.

www.religioustolerance.org...

Just stomps on any arguement Creationists use.

Also, I love how they believe God is all powerful but... God isn't powerful enough to use evolution.

[edit on 28-7-2008 by Krieger]



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