Re: Batteries will naturally go dead - Rock never die
Though "nature hates a vacuum (or a charge)". There seams to be this chemical cycle which "living" system use. You may find pockets of chemicals that have potential energy if they came in contact with other chemical. But in a local area for the most part everything has no charge or potential.
Batteries will naturally go dead - for there are not "closed systems" in nature (Lot2). So to find such a charged Battery would be â€œmadeâ€ that way. Lemons are batteries too, but they too are made that way â€“ genetically designed and built intelligently.
Rocks have no change and no chemical potential cycle to speak of.
Okay... thats all very interesting. But you did not answer the question. How can I use ID theory to figure out if it is designed or not. Note, I am not asking you to make an educated guess here. I am specifically asking you to use the techniques ID theory prescribes you should use, to figure out if the battery is designed or not.
Re: Does God design rocks - NO - Not complex as life is
While that is very interesting, it does not answer my question.
Here is is again:
How can I use ID to detect design in my rock, or in my battery.
Notice how I am not asking you to use ID on anything else. For instance, I did not ask you to employ ID on anything found inside a cell. I asked you to employ ID on a rock, or on a battery. (Or both.) Please get on with it.
Please don't mention "turbines, miniature pumps, sliding clamps, complex circuits, rotary engines, and machines for copying, reading and editing digital information" or any other thing not relavent to the topic of the thread.
All I want you to do, is amploy ID on my rock, or on my battery. Can you do this or not?