Evolution is religion. And not a particularly rational one. As one with two science and two engineering degrees, I still have trouble with the mindset of someone who would assume that something that violates physical laws but calls it science. .And yet we see the same “it MUST be” religious mindset from unscientific drivel that directly violates physical and chemical laws such as global warming/climate change, ozone depletion, global cooling, etc..The evolutionists are very much like the catholic church in Gallileo’s time. You MUST believe this— or you lose everything..It’s a matter of belief in spite of what we can observe and thus religion. And worse, the beliefs of those who hold the grants purse strings. Science is not exactly objective when it’s grant-money driven..The idea that one can get a living cell, with its trillions of molecules, to somehow be put together in the right order at the right instant, and further, to somehow spontaneously generate the large chemical molecules that don’t occur without life to start with, is about as foolish an idea that has ever been put forward. .An RNA molecule alone has more than 10 to the 200th possible combinations. It’s not rational to assume it could somehow create itself from random amino acids..I don’t believe in magic..It’s the same idea as taking a magma and spontaneously generating a functional modern microprocessor with several billion transistors on it. To use the colloquial: it ain’t gonna happen, no matter how much time is involved..The discovery by our geneticists that all lifeforms on the planet are losing their genetic viability, rather than gaining it, should have been a clue to the scientific community. Man has more than 15,000 genetic screwups and acquires 50 -300 every generation. (Or several multiples of that with drugs like pot that affect DNA replication). That means that man and the species around him, have a limited lifespan..Weird when life imitates science fiction..However, as with other religions, you just don’t argue evolution because it’s all they’ve got.
Jun 16, 2017