Friday, 1 February 2013

Why it is not unscientific to say "Darwinism is impossible"

As eloquently explained here, lots of scientific and mathematical puzzlers actually have no solution. One such puzzle is how to explain how disorder ordered itself into life as we know it today. There is no solution, because it didn't happen.

1 comment:

Ned Kelly said...

Thank you for that post - a very refreshing view. I too like simple proofs, and I use our sense of sight to challenge evolutionists on how that could possibly have developed, for it requires the organism to have an understanding of concepts that could not arise through chemical processes - the brain has to be pre-loaded with certain knowledge before it can operate, just like a computer.
I provide a simple example on my blog entitled, Helping the Blind to See.