Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Darwinism

Alright, peeps. I'm getting really sick of the humanistic atheists. It's time for a quick science lesson. Let's get three little facts straight:

1. When your glass "sweats" the liquid on the outside does not come from the inside. It works the same way as when your car windows fog up.

2. The "lead" in your pencil is not lead at all unless it's a hundred years old. It's graphite, and no amount of pencil stabbing will give someone lead poisoning.

3. Darwinian speciation is unsubstantiated, unscientific, and impossible. One day, the idea will be a relic of the intellectual dark age that we are currently in. It ranks right up there with the flat world theory and spontaneous generation.

That's all for now. Thanks for hearing my rant.

4 comments:

catoninetales said...

I always like starting confrontations with a Darwinist know-it-all by getting him/her to reconfirm that scientific laws cannot be broken. Period. Then I point out how the theory of evolution violates the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics--"Matter is in a constant state of entropy," meaning that it is constantly breaking down--eroding, NOT improving!

The Darwinists usually start yelling and calling me names at that point, which we all know means that they have no logical rebuttal at the ready or in the works. That's their story and they're sticking to it.

Michael said...

Funny. I've had that exact same conversation. It always makes their head explode when you show that you don't believe like they do, and you understand the mechanics of their beliefs better than they do.

I think that it all comes down to a conscious rejection of God. It's simply the easiest way to rationalize that He doesn't exist. From that standpoint, it's very sad and nothing more.

instinct said...

My only view is that I see no reason that evolution and creationism cannot co-exist.

If life did evolve from other life forms the ways that science says that it did, why does that mean that God did not create that life in the first place.

I do have a hard time believing that God essentially went *slap, slap* there's a fish... *Slap* and there's a cat... I think god is to elegant to go about it in such a cumbersome way.

I think, for myself at least, that God created the universe and set in motion all the laws that govern it. He then pushed things so that we would exist, but did it in a way that follows the laws of science that he created.

Michael said...

Inst,

Just as Jesus' first reported miracle was turning ordinary water into GOOD (i. e. aged) wine, so I believe that with a few spoken words, God can create a universe that it billions and billions of years old. The funny part is that when you compare the view that you just spoke to this one, the argument is moot anyway, as the end results are the same. I still don't believe that evolution is possible, and I think that atheists are deliberately deluding themselves - even if only sub-consciously.