posted on Oct, 29 2013 @ 10:49 AM
reply to post by SuperFrog
No, that's not what he's saying. He's saying it's not enough anymore.
For what Darwin saw in his day, OK.
But for what we see and know now? No. We need to expand. Imagine Einstein being constrained to shoehorn his theories into Newtonian physics because
everyone would be terribly afraid that if he went further, tried to explain and understand more with his questions, it might go somewhere else other
than comfortable old Newton.
I feel like there are so many who are so invested in Darwin as the anti-God that they cling to him with religious fervor. Understand that I don't
believe that any scientific inquiries we make in this universe will ever do anything to either prove or disprove God. He is the author of that is and
as such exists outside this universe we are defined by. The only way we will ever possibly scientifically come close is if we find a way to break
beyond the bonds of this universe, IMO.
So for me, for us, tsting Darwin and looking for the next layer of our understanding in the process of life isn't about proving or disproving God,
it's about a better understanding of the processes of how life and organisms work on the genetic level.
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