Joined: Aug. 2005
|Quote (Zardoz @ Jan. 24 2006,13:16)|
|What I see in most people who support ID is the belief that evolution is implausible, and therefore by a process of elimination what is left to explain living things? |
You mention magical entities as not being a sophisticated enough explanation for life on earth. But if we go all the way back to the very first life on urth we are confronted with no less of a magical event if you postulate that matter self organized into a cell that was programmed to replicate.
Also is it really plausible that evolutionary theory can account for the percentage of artistic precision, color coordination, and symmetrically beautiful shapes found in nature? Almost every life form that we can see with our unaided eye is confounding chance by being artistically phenomenal. Why isn't the overwhelming attribute of the living world utilitarian and drab? Why is art the rule rather then the exception? Magic? What did Arthur C. Clarke say about magic?
So, you are basically arguing from incredulity then.
One another note, you might want to check out the movie "I (heart) Huckabees".