Transmitting sound waves to sound (Introduction)

by dhw, Wednesday, June 06, 2018, 13:17 (196 days ago) @ David Turell

DAVID’s comment: the complexity of the auditory system is amazing. We still don't know how the hair cells make hairs, perhaps as complexly as bacterial flagella. How did evolution develop this preciseness? Not by chance. It requires design.

I share your amazement. You reprimanded me earlier for not responding to the post on how information is passed in cells. In most cases, I don’t respond because there is nothing to discuss, and that is also the case here. I fully accept that these complexities have not arisen by chance and require design. They represent the strongest case for the existence of a designer, but as I keep repeating – most recently in my response to reblak – the concept of a sourceless mind that creates and encompasses a universe poses just as great a strain on my credulity as that of chance or of bottom-up evolving intelligences. Nevertheless, I can only repeat how grateful I am to you for providing us with these wonderful articles, so please don’t think that a non-response means lack of attention or appreciation!


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