If even the splitting of mammalian germ cells is not certain… maybe the 21st century would be better suited to questions in science than answers. It’s easier to get good answers when we have enough knowledge to get the questions right.
Many of us try to stay well clear of the COVID crazy but this rabbi certainly speaks for many when he dares to question a bit of the crazy, shouting out a warning about “science”
The worst part of witch hunts in science is that they so often involve controversies over words without precise definitions,
Strobel goes on to talk about other apparently confirmed cases.
The late Ravi Zacharias’s wildly popular encounter with an atheist scientist.
Egnor: Cosmological singularities, such as black holes and the singularity from which our universe arose, are wholly supernatural. That is, they are undefined in any materialist/naturalist framework.
If one is not an evolutionary psychologist, the answer is obvious.
Some scientists are claiming so, based on an odd finding from Antarctica. Ethan Siegel isn’t isn’t taking the bait.
But it’s really all that a wornout establishment can provide.
Look, it’s true that the universe shows evidence of intelligent design but nobody is trying to interfere with those researchers just plodding about their job. They’re freaking themselves out to no purpose.
Sheldon: Sabine Hossenfelder has said that particle physicists are “lost in math,” > trained to play with “beautiful” equations rather than actual physics. Here we have a similar example in astrophysics. Roger makes one unsupported assumption after another, leading to an effect so small as to “need amplification.”
Which is where the wheels come off.
There is no evidence – none whatsoever – that the genetic code arose through blind unguided natural processes. The genetic code instantiates a semiotic process in matter. On the basis of countless trillions of instances of experience, where the provenance of an instantiation of a semiotic process in matter has been actually observed, it has Read More…
Perhaps its only in imagination that things can just randomly swish into existence and grow very complex, given enough time. The thing is, there isn’t enough time.
Maybe a universe that was completely explainable and provable couldn’t exist.