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Monday, August 01, 2005
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Desperate to shut down debate that exposes their evolutionary theory as unsustainable conjecture, the Darwinists are using the incantations of an ideology they call science and the power of law to prevent the teaching of any concepts besides random variation and natural selection. While Darwinists still pose as champions of free inquiry, they actively suppress it in the name of their scientific dogmatism.
It seems ironic that a belief system hailed as being "open minded" reserves little tolerance for debate about it's theory, especially on the eve of celebrating the 80th anniversary of the Scopes trial. It seems whenever, or where ever the faith in evolution is challenged, (as it takes faith to believe in it) doubters are shunned and many refuse to accept the reality of this dying ideal.
One only has to examine some of the basic principles of science to come to the conclusion regarding the realities (or rather possibilities) of evolution as a basic truth. The process of evolution violates the Second Law of Thermodynamics, a critical factor when considering any scientific theory.
Evolutionists Isaac Asimov referred to this when he wrote: "Another way of stating the Second Law, then, is: 'The universe is constantly getting more disorderly.'"...
The Second Law of Thermodynamics is science. To believe that long ago, ever more complex molecules built up until they were living cells which kept building up in complexity, forming fish, monkeys and men, is not science...Abiogenesis and evolution are imaginative speculations about what happened in prehistoric times. For some, they have also become a religion to defend passionately, but they are not science.
Although their are other inconsistencies with evolution (as this book details) the debate on the origins of the universe will probably endure for the next century as many find the concept of a Creator unacceptable. With the ever increasing amount of scientists doubting whether or not evolution is a valid theory to hold, it may not be long until this theory takes it's place alongside the dinosaurs of the past.
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Interesting posts. I suppose I am going to be a regular here. Thanks for your comment on one of my posts, by the way. That was eons ago. Shalom.
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