God and Evolution (Introduction)

by Balance_Maintained @, U.S.A., Thursday, August 30, 2018, 00:59 (1062 days ago) @ David Turell

Tony: No, sir, as I clearly, and extensively defined in my exposition on my own hypothesis, I propose that the root types (I hesitate to use the word species here) were created, and that this creation process happened repeatedly, as needed at various stages of Earths development. Further, I propose that what we call species, most often are not, because they do not break the barrier of reproductive isolation. Instead, I see them as variants of the same type, and that the limit of their potential variation was set from the beginning of their creation. Thus, they will never truly evolve beyond the scope of what was originally allowed to them.

David: Do you think evolution is over and this is the endpoint?

Tony: Not even close. I see the current state of events as one of those pauses that we see throughout the fossil record. Think of it as a period of debugging before moving on to the next iteration in the production pipeline.

David: Are we replaced or changed?

Well, if the bible is to be believed, the bugs in the genetic code are supposed to be corrected, and then new things are supposed to start happening again which we have never observed or experienced before. Just what, who can say. I like to imagine that the rest of the universe will start to be filled with life the same way the earth was.

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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