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|Quote (k.e.. @ Nov. 24 2012,22:17)|
|Quote (GaryGaulin @ Nov. 25 2012,05:43)|
|Quote (Henry J @ Nov. 24 2012,21:14)|
|That list of "predictions" looks to me like a summary of stuff that was already known, just with the word "intelligence" inserted in places where as far as I can tell it adds nothing to the understanding of the subject matter. So even if all of that is a logical consequence of a clearly stated model, if it doesn't predict stuff not already known, and doesn't disagree with current knowledge anyway, then it doesn't add anything to scientific knowledge.|
As for that phrase "intelligent causation", as far as I can tell on that, it involves claiming intelligence for things that in some way resemble components of later things that have intelligence. But if intelligence is a result of interaction of large numbers of parts (neurons in living things, logic gates in computers), then there's nothing to gain by asserting partial intellgence of the components or things that resemble them.
Then show me where "evolutionary theory" seamlessly explains the origin of life especially intelligence, its features and circuit/algorithm, three major "explosion" events, Chromosomal Adam and Eve, "free-will" is inherent to the intelligence mechanism not something added to it, human need for knowledge is inherent to same four part intelligence mechanism, and all the rest that is covered by this theory.
Fundy horseshit gary.
Using the Theory of Evolution scientists can make predictions which when tested, guess what?
Don't support your crap.
This theory predicts all that yours can and much much more, especially in regard to the role of intelligence in the origin of life and species.
In science, that is a very major breakthrough. But in religious politics, that is something some must immediately suppress.
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.