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“My Failed Simulation” in Human Events

The best argument for Intelligent Design is to clearly state the opposing view, which is that physics explains all of chemistry (probably true), chemistry explains all of biology, biology explains intelligence, and intelligence explains computers, science textbooks and the Internet; ergo, physics explains computers, ergo, my little parable “My Failed Simulation”, which has now appeared at Human Events here . They re-titled it and added a subtitle that I don’t like, but otherwise I’ll take responsibility for the content.

I added the adjective “imaginary” to “friend” in the third paragraph to make sure no one took this parable too literally, but it looks like that may not have been sufficient, to judge by the first comment.

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5 Responses to “My Failed Simulation” in Human Events

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    If you have any comments, I would prefer you make them at Human Events, at the bottom of the article.

  2. I posted a response to Granville’s article, at http://www.humanevents.com/art.....#hec129276 . I chose not to get into the ongoing debate over God’s existence.

  3. 3

    Yes, thanks magnan, that was the first intelligent and relevant comment of the day.

  4. (hurt feelings) Hmm, so my preceding comment was either stupid or irrelevant? :)

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    Whoop, I meant “second” intelligent and relevant comment of the day. Actually, it was the third, the one right after yours was great too, he said “Exactamundo. Everything SCheesman said.”

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