An Alternative to Evolution: pt 2 (Introduction)

by Balance_Maintained @, U.S.A., Wednesday, July 11, 2018, 03:15 (559 days ago) @ dhw
edited by Balance_Maintained, Wednesday, July 11, 2018, 03:22

DHW All fine, except that back you go to random chance. The history of life as we know it shows a vast bush of organisms that have come and gone. As far as we know, humans are a late development. As far as we know, bacteria have been here since the year dot. So why do you think your God could not have designed a mechanism for life to produce a vast bush of organisms that have come and gone, starting with bacteria and (possibly) culminating in us humans? If we accept your belief in God, the alternative here is not chance versus design. It is between evolution designed by God and….what designed by God? You still haven’t told us!

The vast bush of life.... It's an illusion. It is a fairy tale. Cladistics is subjective, based on which features are considered most relevant. Genetic research has it clouded beyond recognition because it defies their expectations. Proof positive that their theory is broken. That is why they are constantly needing to reshuffle the Bush! The do it because their predictions failed. Repeatedly.

My hypothesis rejects the vast bush of life in favor of programmed limitations on the amount of divergence from the mean, and no viable species level divergences.

Yes, random chance plays a role. A species variant may have been in the wrong place at the wrong time and died out. It happens. The environment changes beyond their limited ability to adapt to and they die out. It happens.

Sure, some variation within a species happens. Bigger heads, smaller feet, more hair, less hair, thicker bones, thinner bones, etc. But Within preprogrammed limits. A bird has always been a bird and will always be a bird. Not a cat or a dinosaur or a potato. It is based on Intelligent Design. My hypothesis does not need to resort to the tangled bush theory. The prototypes were designed and deployed and have continuously varied within predefined limits. The similarities in genetics between different species is entirely due to the fact that they are written in the same genetic programming language.

What is the purpose of living? How about, 'to reduce needless suffering. It seems to me to be a worthy purpose.

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