I saw your suitcase on the Anniversary Review page and thought I'd drop in to honor this occasion, your 4th WDC Anniversary!
This is a thoroughly enjoyable read for me. I'm a bit of a nerd, love to learn new subjects and ideas. So this is sort of right up my alley. Very good read. Your last paragraph completely baffles me though. You wrote paragraph upon paragraph about science and what has been proved or disproved. Theory vs fact. Yet with one paragraph, you want us to accept that a superior being, a 'God' created Earth, and man. It's not that I'm against that idea. It's just that you argued one way, working very hard to prove that science is incorrect in all it's theories. There were no arguments provided to accept the idea of a superior being creating our world.
I said I'm not against the idea of a superior being, and that's true. But let's look at how you debunked the theories of science. You did a nice job in highlighting the statements of scientists, biologists, etc. Few of those statements provide a reference. Some state where the statement came from and who made it. But none of your arguments provide a reference of where you found these statements. Here's an example. Professor John Moore declared: “Upon rigorous examination and analysis, any dogmatic assertion ... that gene mutations are the raw material for any evolutionary process involving natural selection is an utterance of a myth.” Where did you find this statement? Was it in a written journal or paper, or just a statement he uttered and ended up being recorded? Anything you write here as a statement of fact needs to be backed up with a reference, with that reference being provided as a numbered footnote. You state that about scientific theories throughout this article.
I could see early on in the article that you were leading to the idea that God created the universe and us. You state that in the last paragraph. Where's your reference for that? To state it's in the Holy Bible would not be enough. Yes, I'm quite aware that it's in Genesis, and where in Genesis too. But you need to provide more for ths argument to be valid.
My view on all this? The first side of the argument; we may have been created by a superior being, that's true. But where did he come from? Everything has a beginning and an end. Where did God come from? I have great trouble believing he's always existed. If he exists (and I believe he does), I would bet he lives at a different rate of time than we do. If time doesn't matter to him, or doesn't apply, then he is a being not of this Earth (obviously), and not of this Universe. If he's not of this Universe, where is he? There's an awful lot, far more than either of us have time to write, to describe him and 'where he exists'.
The second side of the argument. Natural selection, evolution, the Theory of Everything, Physics, etc. What if everything we know and assume to be fact, is flawed? We say matter can't be created or destroyed, but suppose we're wrong? We prove theories with science. But what if all our science is wrong, very wrong. An example? Try explaining gravity, how it works, and how/why it works as it does. The prove it. It's a theory, we accept it because it explains how we remain on Earth and not thrown from it as it rotates. Evolution and the lack of fossil evidence. What if all the fossils from a certain time period were destroyed by a worldwide cataclysm? There's so much we know, but millions more we don't know, and most likely will ever know.
This is a nice article, an interesting read, and pretty well written. But I think you need to document your assertions of statements made by the people you list. Without that, this is terribly flawed. You also need to lengthen your last paragraph. Another think you could do, is make statements supporting each case side by side, with references provided for each.
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