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Creation vs. Evolution

Discussion in 'Perspectives' started by Kyon, Jun 3, 2007.

What do you believe in?

  1. Evolution

    82.1%
  2. Creation

    2.6%
  3. Intelligent Design

    5.1%
  4. Don't care/Undecided

    10.3%
  1. Pilaf

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    I think I've mentioned this on other threads, but the mainstream theory of evolution accepted by the scientific community, based on the theories of Darwin, simply does not make any attempts to explain abiogenesis (the creation of life from nonliving materials). Only later were attempts made to use the existing theories of evolution to explain the appearance of single celled organisms.
     
  2. drache

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    KAnji, the truth is what caused the big bang (if that theory is right) will never be answered by science. It's just an unanswerable question because any evidence left behind would have been effected by the big bang and we'd never be able to exactly account for that. Thus current thinking is that we will never know what caused the big bang.
     
  3. Kuroyoru_Kanji

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    Yeah, I suppose that is true. We may never know what caused the Big Bang. An explosion of that caliber is unimaginable. Well, back then space was much smaller. I'm not sure if you guys read up on new discoveries in astronomy, but scientists found "Dark Energy" it is some sort of energy in space that opposes gravity, and I think they said that 90% of space is filled up with Dark Energy. They have no idea what it is they just know that it causes the galaxies to seperate faster and faster and continues to expand our universe. They also said that alot of our scientific branches, like Physics have to be updated and partially re-done to because of this finding.
     
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