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Mathematical Challenges to Darwin’s Theory of Evolution

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21 minutes ago, Little Earl said:

Stop embarrassing yourself trying to explain away God.   You fall way short every time.  Takes more faith to believe in evolution and whatever lame theory they come up with to explain the creation of the universe, then to believe in God.   Lol at the multiverse theory!

only a moron like you who doesn't believe in science thinks evolution disproves the concept of God. Open your eyes and educate yourself; It's probably too late for someone like you.

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42 minutes ago, oldschool said:

only a moron like you who doesn't believe in science thinks evolution disproves the concept of God. Open your eyes and educate yourself; It's probably too late for someone like you.

Since when does being a Christian make you a non believer in science.   Evolution in NOT a scientific fact.   

 

If you break out the origin of life part, then there is more to the argument of evolution.   But the origin of life without God is a non starter, for the computed improbability is so high, it is basically impossible.   Time is meaningless when something is so improbable.

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Odd that, if Darwin's theory of "natural selection" and "survival of the fittest" is the standard by which all living things progress, that so many modern societies ignore it to the extent they do.

 

For instance, when applied to humans and our societal, economic and government structural trends, it's almost the perfect inverse of socialism.

 

So do we believe in it or not, and if we do, then why aren't we allowing it to be used to preserve and improve the human species?

Are there science deniers among us?

 

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41 minutes ago, Little Earl said:

Since when does being a Christian make you a non believer in science.   Evolution in NOT a scientific fact.   

It is as close to “proven” as any scientific principle can be. 

 

 

41 minutes ago, Little Earl said:

If you break out the origin of life part, then there is more to the argument of evolution.   But the origin of life without God is a non starter, for the computed improbability is so high, it is basically impossible.   Time is meaningless when something is so improbable.

The origins of life is not inherently part of the theory of evolution other than the fact it disproves the biblical creation myth.

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1 hour ago, oldschool said:

only a moron like you who doesn't believe in science thinks evolution disproves the concept of God. Open your eyes and educate yourself; It's probably too late for someone like you.

Actually believing in science is exactly what this conversation is about.  We have scientists debating Darwin's theory.  I stated upfront this was not about proving or disproving the existence of God.  Evolution, as Darwin theorized is what is at debate.  Not the existence of God.  I ask you the same thing I asked Starkiller"  what are you afraid of?  You must have more faith in Darwin than science (more proven than any other scientific principle could be) :) .

This was one of the most interesting discussions I have listened to.  Wasn't focused on proving the existence of God at all.  The morons are you and Starkiller  (and neither of you has even listened to any of the video would be my guess)  are nonobjective idiots.  Or as one of your heroes said you choose truth over facts....

 

Starkiller actually believes Darwin is the most proven scientific principle......  what a moron.  

 

 

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26 minutes ago, TitanDuckFan said:

Odd that, if Darwin's theory of "natural selection" and "survival of the fittest" is the standard by which all living things progress, that so many modern societies ignore it to the extent they do.

 

For instance, when applied to humans and our societal, economic and government structural trends, it's almost the perfect inverse of socialism.

 

So do we believe in it or not, and if we do, then why aren't we allowing it to be used to preserve and improve the human species?

Are there science deniers among us?

 

Natural selection and human society are inherently separate in principle.

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1 minute ago, Soxcat said:

Starkiller actually believes Darwin is the most proven scientific principle......  what a moron.  

Darwin was a man, not a scientific principle... moron...

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You know what I meant.

Darwinism has become a secular religion for many people, making it possible (in the words of Richard Dawkins) “to be an intellectually fulfilled atheist.”

 

 

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26 minutes ago, Starkiller said:

Natural selection and human society are inherently separate in principle.

Only if you consider humans outside of the realm of animalia, and the rules/laws that Darwin's theory assigns to it.

 

You're a denier of convenience sk.  You can't make both constructs fit your narrative, so you claim it doesn't apply.

Typical.

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There is not a single shred of scientific evidence to undercut the theory of evolution despite people trying very hard to do so in the 150 years since Darwin published On the Origin of Species. There have been mountains of new data collected to refine the theory, especially with the wealth of genetics knowledge. There are plenty of unknowns still out there relating to the fossil record and unrecorded genetic data. But there is no more definitive scientific principle out there than evolution.

 

Evolution has even been documented numerous times in laboratory settings in the case of life forms that have very short lives and generations go by at accelerated rates.

 

There simply is no scientifically viable alternative to how life came to be today other than Darwinian evolution.

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6 minutes ago, TitanDuckFan said:

Only if you consider humans outside of the realm of animalia, and the rules/laws that Darwin's theory assigns to it.

 

You're a denier of convenience sk.  You can't make both constructs fit your narrative, so you claim it doesn't apply.

Typical.

You do understand that the term “man made” is inherently the opposite of nature, right???

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14 minutes ago, Starkiller said:

You do understand that the term “man made” is inherently the opposite of nature, right???

Keep pandering to the lowest/weakest common denominator in humans if you like sk, it matters not.  "Man made" has nothing to do with it.

 

But you're the one failing to grasp the correlation between Darwinism and certain failure the current direction of human society and governance will bring about, not me.

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2 minutes ago, TitanDuckFan said:

Keep pandering to the lowest/weakest common denominator in humans if you like sk, it matters not.  "Man made" has nothing to do with it.

 

But you're the one failing to grasp the correlation between Darwinism and certain failure the current direction of human society and governance will bring about, not me.

You can support social Darwinism all you like. That’s the inherent basis of all arguments in favor of slavery, white supremacy, and euthanasia.

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LOL

You and your ilk a bad/sick joke sk.

You guys revert to the same tired BS accusations every time someone points out the fallacies within your ideology. 

Like fucking clockwork.

You can't even argue for your side on merit of any kind.  You ALWAYS revert to name calling and slander.

And then advocate for euthanasia before birth, while pointing the finger at others.

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