posted on Jun, 13 2013 @ 05:25 PM
Originally posted by Robert Reynolds
Well I'll assume you do and then ask you where the multitude of components in the biological cell acquire their role and limitations from?
Electro-magnetism? No. Electro-magnetism just doesn't work that way, while the components still have to operate within the parameters laid down by
the fundamental forces: they can't gain purpose from them.
Surely you understand the 4 fundamental forces of the universe, including the strong nuclear force that holds atoms together. Please explain your
use of the word "purpose" as it's a relative term. You didn't really answer my question, you just asked me questions.
Do you believe your mind arose out of nothing more than inanimate matter? Come on, have a proper think about it.
I've thought about it for 25+ years. You are using a broad generalization here. A mind did not arise out of inanimate matter. If you want to be
specific, I'll answer, but I won't answer generalizations about something you clearly haven't researched.
That's not what has happened and I'd be surprised if upon reflection you actually think it has. Your argument is weak and your words are
someone else's. A car couldn't build itself, or maintain itself let alone drive itself. So offer me a suggestion based on your understanding of all
things scientific: how do biological systems come about with nothing than the interactions of the fundamental forces of physics? Interactions of
gravity and electro-magnetism gave birth to reason? To love? Humour?
How are you going to call my "argument" weak and then come at me with the watchmaker's fallacy? That's as weak as it gets because we KNOW that
cars are man made. We've observed the process, have instructions and blueprints. The same cannot be said for planets, stars, galaxies, novas,
nebulas, black holes, weather patterns, etc etc etc. That requires assumptions, not valid fact.
So what are the origins of the universe from the perspective of contemporary academic science? The 'big bang'?...and before that?
According to science, all energy was originally bunched up in a dense singularity. Creation out of nothing goes against science. You can ponder
about what came first, but it's just a guess and no reason whatsoever to suggest that universal forces interacting with various energy forms could
not possibly have led to the eventual formation of biological life or that evolution is wrong.
Evolution is the single biggest weapon to deny us the truth of human origins. Society - and indeed reality - are not what they seem. 'They'
walk amongst us - they really do. And 'them'...and 'those lot' as well - it's complicated. Genesis isn't the only creation legend and it wasn't
describing human origins, it was describing the origins of a certain group - an infiltration, if you like.
Evolution is proven science. There is no debate going on about evolution's validity in the scientific community or anywhere on the planet
besides in fundamentalist religious circles. Funny how you claim something as truth that has zero objective evidence behind it yet completely deny
evolution despite it being backed up by mountains upon mountains of tangible evidence.