Joined: April 2006
|Quote (afdave @ Dec. 21 2006,14:23)|
|Looks like a motor ... rotates like a motor ... has a rotor like a motor ... has a stator like a motor ...|
.... but the Darwinists say it's NOT a motor!!!!
Actually, nobody says it's not a motor. Everyone agrees that it IS a motor; it goes round and round and propels a bacterium.
You're claiming that because it's a motor, it must have been designed by an intelligent entity, because motors designed by humans are designed by humans. That's the failure in your logic; the bacterial motor has none of the hallmarks of designed objects (particularly, no marks of manufacture). Instead it has all the hallmarks of naturally occurring, evolved, biological objects. You don't appear to believe in such objects, but that is, basically, your problem.