posted on Mar, 7 2011 @ 05:13 AM
reply to post by Maslo
- Natural Selection relies on random mutations. According to the evolution model, a dinosaur can't fly and become a bird without millions of
random mutations. So, the evolution model is based on randomness. So, the cause of intelligence is randomness. (How is that possible, anyhow?)
- Nevermind that, what I'm asking here is; How can the effect of randomness be trustworthy when the very definition of randomness means not
predictable, without aim, or without purpose? The answer is it can't be trustworthy. Therefore, if we believe the current model of evolution, then
we can't believe our own minds.
- I believe my mind, so the evolution model needs to fix the theory of random, in order to be a true scientific theory. A scientific theory must be
observable or create predictabilities. The only way that happens is if there is something to observe it truthfully or something to predict it
truthfully. We can't do that with an untrustworthy mind.