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|Quote (Richardthughes @ Nov. 02 2012,13:23)|
|Quote (GaryGaulin @ Nov. 02 2012,13:21)|
|Quote (Southstar @ Nov. 02 2012,13:15)|
|Let's try this:|
Gary here are some questions could you answer them with simply yes/no.
Can your theory/programme/hypothesis/thing tell the difference between:
1) a random sequence and an intelligently designed sequence
2) a random sequence and a sequence designed by nature
3) a sequence designed by nature and a sequence that is intelligently designed
Let's see what happens...
You must first operationally define "intelligently designed" and how that can be different from "designed by nature" because otherwise you have only presented a false dichotomy.
So have have an ID advocate asking us to define ID?
Burden of something falls on the someone?
I here have to ask you, because the theory I write/represent has no such dichotomy. It's like me asking you whether your voltmeter can tell the difference between EMF and electricity. Your next likely reaction would be to wonder what the heck motivated me ask a question like that.
The theory of intelligent design holds that certain features of the universe and of living things are best explained by an intelligent cause, not an undirected process such as natural selection.