Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Fred Reed on Evolution (again)

I agree with Fred when he says, "I do not object to the content of Evolutionism. Some, all, or part of it may be correct. I would like to know." I also agree with him when he says, "...Compulsory Evolutionists are fellow travelers of the regnant cultural Marxism, though I don’t think that they are aware of it. They display the same hermetic materialism, the same desire to suppress dissent by the application of centralized governmental power, the same weird hostility to religion." And furthermore, "...a great deal of Evolution, not having been established, must be accepted on faith, and that a fair amount of it doesn’t make a lot of sense."

Yes or No questions:

1) Has the chance occurrence of life been demonstrated in the laboratory?

Do we really know, as distinct from guess, hope, or imagine, of what the primeval seas consisted?

Do we know, as distinct from guess, pray, wave our arms, and hold our breath and turn blue, what seas would be needed for the chance formation of life?

Can we show mathematically, without crafted and unsupportable assumptions, that the formation of life would be probable in any soup whatever?


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