On Occasion, the Science is Actually Settled
|May 29, 2011||Posted by GilDodgen under Intelligent Design|
We often hear the phrase “the science is settled” from Darwinists who claim that the infinitely creative powers of the Darwinian mechanism (random errors filtered through natural selection) can explain everything.
This claim is simply absurd on its face. Anyone with any awareness of the evidence and a simple education in basic mathematical logic, who is not blinded by a precommitment to Darwinian ideology, could tell you that that the science really is settled: Darwinism is greatest con job in the history of junk pseudoscience.
The only evidence we have for the “creative” powers of the Darwinian mechanism is the selection of existing biological information for survival (nothing new is created; it’s just a mixing and matching of existing biological information) — and pathological instances of random errors providing a survival advantage in such cases as bacteria evolving resistance to an antibiotic, in which case the mutated bacterium is less survivable in the absence of the antibiotic.
The notion that the mechanisms mentioned above can be extrapolated to explain all of biology and life is simply preposterous on any reasonable scientific grounds.
In my view, the science is settled: The creative powers of the Darwinian mechanism are hopelessly inadequate to explain anything but the utterly trivial and insignificant in the history of life.
In addition, we have positive evidence that intelligent design would certainly have been required.