Sunday, March 01, 2009

Recreation Of Sudden, Unexplained Cosmic Explosion . . .Um, Scheduled For Spring Or Something

See the diagram up there? This is an overhead, angular schematic of a seventeen-mile long supercollider, a ridiculously expensive, complex and overwrought system of tubes, tunnels and rare-earth magnets.

All to accomplish what? To re-create the big-bang.

I've touched on this before. Never once in all of the neo-Darwinist reporting of this collider's continued problems, is the sheer, penetrating irony ever pointed out; that a universe that supposedly "exploded," unaided and with no purpose emanating from a purposeful mind surely must have done so without a borderline comic, Rube-Goldberg contraption that looks like a prop-cull from Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory.

Granted, in recent days, particularly the 200th birthday of Charles Darwin, we have seen even more hostility to the idea that Darwin's theories are nearly all incorrect. What we haven't seen yet, is equal, sneering guffaws from mainstream science for the goofy substitutions passed off as science, but in reality amount to a godless, theological claims without all that, you know, moral baggage attached to it, like the Cambrian Explosion (the explanation as to why fully-developed species are the only things one can find in the fossil record, with no intermediate precursors).

Of course my favorite of these theories comes from the late Dr. Francis Crick, a co-discoverer of DNA. First, note Crick's assessment of how life on Earth is certainly a scientific paradox:
"an honest man, armed with all the knowledge available to us now, could only state that in some sense, the origin of life appears at the moment to be almost a miracle, so many are the conditions which would have had to have been satisfied to get it going."
How does this supremely intelligent, rational, skeptical mind explain this? With a theory called Directed Panspermia:
proposing that these basic forms, or “life-seeds,” were deliberately spread in all directions by some advanced alien race in an effort to begin life wherever they may have landed.
Anything to to keep from looking into the face of God. Even if we have to build NASA-quality amusement parks to do it.


1 comment:

aahrens said...

Okay, so I get it that most of these guys were modernists, but man it's like pulling teeth to get them to acknowledge God's creative power. I just don't get it - why is it so bad to admit that there was "intelligence" in all the design?