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Evolution Creation Revisit

• arclein
: "George, nobody I know in my profession believes it evolved. It was engineered by genius beyond genius, and such information could not have been written any other way. The paper and ink did not write the book! Knowing what we know, it is ridiculous to think otherwise."

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Comment by Ed Price
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The proponents of evolution are denying several major conclusions presented by the laws of nature.

One of them is that nature is the mother of all invention. Every invention of man, by its nature, is found in the operation of nature. And it seems that the inventions of nature that have been discovered already are only a fraction of what there is to discover. Because of this, there is an intelligent genius in nature that is far greater than any that is in man.

Another is that there is no pure random. We use the idea of random and probability only because nature is so immense that we have no way to recognize all the forces that act on anything. Since we usually only can measure a few forces that act on something, we try to measure the most influential ones, and then make an educated guess. That is what our random and probability really is. But pure randomness is something that we can't even wrap our thinking around. The more scientific a scientist gets, the more he focuses on cause and effect. So why would a scientist even begin to think that evolution could be a random act? If it exists at all, it is a design, a plan, and one that is powerfully detailed beyond anything that people can imagine.

No matter how many complicated theories and ideas exist to show that things do not necessarily decay, corrode, break down, and wear out with time, the fact still remains that they do. Put a car out in the desert for 150 years, and what will you have? Junk! Even in a desert it will decay. So what in nature could possibly cause the mechanism of evolution to continually advance when all nature shows decline and decay?

The total idea of evolution completely contradicts what is seen in nature. The fact that highly complicated species of plant and animal life exist, and that there is one that is highly intelligent with true reasoning ability, is something that must be attributed to something other than evolution. Because nature exists as a highly complicated machine, the only thing that really fits the facts of nature's existence is Intelligent Design.