Joined: Oct. 2012
|Quote (stevestory @ Nov. 19 2012,19:33)|
|Gary, you might want to check out the Creating CSI with NS thread. There, you'll find Jerry Don Bauer. Jerry is a sucker who fell for CSI and believes ID is a productive area of research (It's not. It's a sham. That's why they shut down their 'research journal' after Judge Jones's ruling. No real scientific movement would ever do that.) You'll find people criticising everything he says. That he misuses terms, has errors in logic, etc. But unlike you, Gary, you won't find lots of people telling him he's totally incoherent. Because while Jerry is wrong, and pretty clueless, he writes sentences that are easy to understand. That are formed into coherent paragraphs. We understand what he thinks his theory says. In contrast, everywhere you go, scientists say your stuff is incomprehensible gibberish. You need to try to understand what that means, but I doubt you will.|
Jerry might know the most likely answer to this still unanswered question:
|Quote (GaryGaulin @ Nov. 04 2012,22:38)|
| One (of the following) was taken from a Fasta file for an actual organism (you would say product of unintelligent random mutation) and the other I myself designed (not a product of unintelligent random mutation):|
Which of the two is a product of what you call "random mutation" and which is not (because I myself just made it up and whatever)?
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.