Evolutionists can't stand to have theory questioned
In "A brief History of Time," Stephen Hawking wrote, "The initial state of the universe must have been very carefully chosen indeed if the hot big bang model was correct right back to the beginning of time. It would be very difficult to explain why the universe should have begun in just this way, except as the act of a God who intended to create beings like us.
In the dispute about how life and universe began, there are several theories as to how it happened. One thing is constant: Evolutionists are opposed to letting any other theory be examined.
A few months ago I heard a chemist and a physicist explain that in order for evolution to have happened as presently claimed, Earth would have had to be many times older than science has determined that it is.
I lived in the Los Alamos scientific community for a number of years. If there was one scientist there who believed in evolution, none of my acquaintances in the lab ever met him. In their experiments and research, the scientists were absolutely dependent on repeatability. Evolution doesn't provide it.
Let all theories be examined. If an answer eventually is discovered, in detail, beyond what is clear now, let truth reign. Unlike the faith of evolutionists, creationists have nothing to fear.
-Daddy Brooklyn 23:54 EST |