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Author Topic:   Things evolutionists can't (or can???) explain?
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Message 15 of 46 (55032)
09-11-2003 9:57 PM
Reply to: Message 1 by Trump won
09-09-2003 11:19 PM


Messanjah Sorry for joining this discussion a little late but could you specify for me what aspect of time light inertia gravity etc you would like to know in relation to evolutionary theory?

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Message 30 of 46 (55194)
09-13-2003 1:33 AM
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09-12-2003 11:31 PM


The theory of evolution does indeed obey things like inertia, light, gravity in so far as they are the physical laws that all things are subject to.How the universe began only affects how life evolves in the manner in which the laws are manifest.It is a puzzle to some that the laws appear to be such that had they been different life would not have began.I have heard this is called the fine tuning of the unverse and if things were just a tiny bit changed in any of a lot of the physical constants then the universe would not be hospitable to life.I have always found that odd since a quick look around space outside of Earth shows a damn inhospitable place.
Evolution is not that hard a concept.The individual elements themselves are possesed of properties that are amazing in themselves.Water is made up of two of them and the range of attributes that water has are incredible.Just two atoms linked and repeated over and over produce all the phenomena of water.Is it so surprising that multiple combinations of elements, interacting under different pressures, temperatures ,bathed in different frequencies of radiation from all the events that occur in nature over vast stretches of time that once,just once,organic life was produced?

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