Close Calls Versus Slam Dunks
|August 15, 2010||Posted by GilDodgen under Intelligent Design|
gpuccio made the following comment on my post Almost Nothing in Biology Makes Sense Except in the Light of Design.
I always like your posts, which get to the core of issues with admirable simplicity and efficacy.
This is my mission and message. The Darwinistic chance-and-necessity-creative-engine nonsense as an explanation for all that exists in living systems — that is currently promoted as “irrefutable science with overwhelming evidence” — is completely out of the ballpark of reality, evidence, and reason.
It’s not a close call. It’s a slam dunk that Darwinism cannot account for what we observe in living things. Figuring this out is trivially easy.
Darwinists want us to believe the following: Screw things up. Throw wrenches randomly into complex machinery. Delete, replace, copy, insert, or otherwise randomly abuse existing functional information, and (given enough time) malaria can turn into Mozart.
Please give me a break, and don’t try to convince me that this transparently ludicrous nonsense should be taken seriously.