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Posted by Alexander on February 4, 2001 03:29:14 UTC

Oh, boy, you seem do not know basic facts, not to say about fundamental laws governing everything around.

Should I start repeating textbook facts about fundamental interactions (nuclear, e/magnetic, weak and gravitational), about quantum mechanics, about atoms and molecules being solutions of Shroedinger equation, about Big Bang, about birth and genesis stars and of Solar system and geological evolution of the Earth, and how simple molecules combine into more complex, how those combine into clusters, clusters - in precaryots, those evolve in cells,...in plants...in animals...in apes.... in humans?

And if you doubt ALL THIS too, and I see that you DO from your posts, then think about the following.

How do you think, your TV or computer work?

God makes it to behave the right way, right? Good, we now have God(s) who made computers (because human computers are based on quantum mechanics and fundamental laws of physics, - but this stuff contradicts the Holy Bible - as this stuff does not need Gods to explain how things go at all), then we have gods (nor conservation law-minded algebraically thinking engineers) who made cars, gods who made houmes, cities, gods who make babies (babies can not be mere fusion and then cleavage of evolved cells), and so on. How many gods are we talking about? Each computer being NOT based on laws of nature then should be driven by God(s), right? And each grain can not develop into plant without God(s)command,right?

Where do you think, drugs you use from time to time came from? Oh, yes, from AllMighty too. He has plenty of resources to make aspirin, cancer drugs, fertility/infertility chemicals, etc to supply us and shame on those poor fellas who call themselves biochemical scientists - with their evolution theory (ha-ha) about how bacteria, viruses and everything evolves and "interacts" (ha-ha). Of course, drugs can not come from those who learned physics, chemistry, quantum chemistry and design those drugs atom by atom, no way.

Where, do you think the food comes from? Of course, not from natural and artificial selection, genetic improvements, herbicides, nitrogen fertilisers, various viral/bacterial desease fighting, satellite crop pictures, electron microscop images, etc. etc. Food is dropped from heavens in nicely plastic or paper packages.

Do you know how planes fly? How car engines work? How radio works? Laser CD player? Telephone? Or you thing that god(s) direct electrons in each and every bit of each and every wire and capacitor one by one in right directions at right times (but not mere Shroedinger equation from which all solid state physics originates)?

Do you seriousely think, that all this "stuff" has nothing to do with fundamental laws and interactions from which quantum mechanics, relativity, atomic physics, genetics, life, etc. etc, but instead is "pushed by AllMighty (yet invisibly tiny) god(s)"?

What century are you from? Wake up, we are already in 21st. And we have schools, textbooks, fundamental laws ans equations, encyclopedias, space programs (for about 50 years now),TV, PBS, Discovery and other educational programs, Hubble, this and other good astronomy/ physics/ geology/ genetics sites (read some of them - plenty of knowledge is just around push of a button on your keyboard), and yet plenty of other educational tools around (and even good teachers sometimes).

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