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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on September 1, 2001 00:39:17 UTC

My dear Alexander:

You wrote:
"Others, who do not know how universe works (according to natural laws) and where natural laws governing universe come from (from mathematical symmetries), believe that Allah (or Buddha, or Zeus, or devils, etc) governs events in universe."

My Response:
This is another sort of attempt at explaining our existence through another sort of evolution theory.

the theories of evolution would probably have spread, but the failure of the their proponents to give a proper explanation for man's origin put them in jeopardy. In actual fact, the idea of evolution has never provided a satisfactory explanation to the origin of any species, or to the origin of life. It has merely claimed that a more-or-less infinite number of chances accidentally, and simultaneously, occurred to bring about life. Then it is claimed that an exceedingly greater number of accidents and chances kept taking place to produce all the living species, as we know them now. This is something of nearing a real "hallucination" in the name of science. How can it be possible for so many accidents to take place in this fantastic manner? Science has never known such a week theory in any of its other disciplines with so many loopholes in it. Neither has science used "chance" or "accident" to explain any theory or discovery except evolution. As a matter of fact, Science has been built on the notion of causality, that is to say there is a cause for any event, and on the impossibility of accidental relationships between events. Admitting the accidental occurrence of related phenomenon makes it impossible to decide on any common rule or law, ending in the rejection of the theory of knowledge, which is built on the prohibition of accident.

Chew on this when you go to bed! Maybe you will not have an accident.


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