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Paul Davies, an Australian physicist in his book,.The Fifth Miracle, indicates that neither the laws of physics or biology support the possibility of chance in the complex functioning or DNA.

Paul Davies British astrophysicist:."There is for me powerful evidence that there is something going on behind it all....it seems as though somebody has fine tuned nature's numbers to make the universe....the impression of design is overwhelming."....The Cosmic Blueprint: New Discoveries in Natures Creative Ability to Order the Universe.

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Nobel Prize physicist Arthur Schawlow when commenting about the universe and wonders of life stated:."The only possible answers are religious.....I find a need for God in the universe and in my life."

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Albert Einstein.said, when commenting about the universe,."God doesn't play dice with the universe", but believers in evolution who hijacked Darwin's theory are still rolling the dice in hopes of finding a winner.(*). I guess they didn't believe Einstein. 

Einstein also said."The harmony of natural law...reveals an intelligence of such superiority that, compared with it, all the systematic thinking and acting of human beings is an utterly.insignificant reflection."....Albert Einstein quotes,.The World As I See It, 1974, Bonanza Books, New York, page 40.

Albert Einstein believed there was no inseparable contradictions between the Great Infinite Intelligence, that we commonly refer to as God and science; as reported in an essay he wrote Religion and Science: Irreconcilable?.Christian Unitarian Register.127, June 1948 pages 19,20.

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Even atheists including Carl Sagan, Fred Hoyle and Jacques Monod have commented on the mathematical improbability of life forming from non life or of the evolutionary development of higher life forms, including humanity.

Carl Sagan has indicated that the presence of information in the Universe would show us SETI.(Search for Extraterrestrial {outside this Earth} Intelligence).was worth it. Dr. Greer has found them. 

The presence of information on this Earth and in us, in DNA, in cell division, etc., shows us similarly that intelligence was behind it. Rather than spending billions looking for intelligence out there, it would be better to spend it developing more of it right here. Instead it's being spent to dumb people down.

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H. Lipson, FRS, Professor of Physics, University of Manchester, UK, 'Origins of Species', in Letters, New Scientist Magazine.(newscientist.com), May 14, 1981, page 452.."Darwin's book Origin of Species, I find quite unsatisfactory. It says nothing about the origin or species. It is written very tentatively, with a special chapter on 'Difficulties On Theory' and it includes a great deal of discussion on why evidence for natural selection does not exist in the fossil record... As a scientist, I am not happy with these ideas. But I find it distasteful for scientists to reject a theory because it does not fit in with their preconceived ideas."

H. Lipson, article, 'A Physicist Looks At Evolution',.Physics Bulletin, vol. 31, 1980, page 138.."If living matter is not then caused by the interplay of atoms, natural forces and radiation, how has it come into being? There is another theory, now quite out of favor, which is based upon the ideas of Lamarck: that if an organism needs an improvement it will develop it and transmit it to its progeny.(children; offspring). I think, however, that we must go further than this and admit that the only acceptable explanation is creation. I know that this is anathema to physicists, as indeed it is to me, but we must not reject a theory.(creation).that we do not like if the experimental evidence supports it."

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Michael Denton,.Evolution: A Theory In Crisis, 1997."The very complexity of the tiny atom renders the theory of evolution virtually impossible.".And on page 358 Denton says."Darwinian theory is neither fully plausible, nor comprehensive and is deeply troubling. One might have expected that a theory of such cardinal importance, a theory that literally changed the world.(could we say bamboozled the world?), would have been something more than metaphysics.(above, beyond physical), something more than a myth.".But then look what marketing can do. Remember there was once VHS and Beta video players and tapes. You know which was better and yet which predominated back then? Look at Windows and Macintosh over the years. It's taen Windows till now to catch up and now they have a decent system. Do most people eat organic foods or the canned, frozen, processed and preserved concoctions that can be made taste appealing and ready for consumption quickly in the 'nuker'. Taste is number one. Nutrition? What priority is that? "Give me regular commonplace food", most say by their actions. Check out the crap they got in their grocery carts which is for consumption, but unfit for optimum human nutrition. Such crap doesn't even fit the dictionary definition of food.

The fact something is commonplace can be reason for suspicion: 2Corinthians 4:4 "In whom the god of this world has blinded the minds of them which believe not.....".(and why believing first is the key to overstanding);.Revelation 12:9 "And the great dragon was cast out, that old serpent, called the Devil and Satan, which deceives the whole world. He was cast out into the earth and his angels were cast out with him".

Most are so misdirected and a little crazy, they would rather pay for a new BMW and then excuse themselves by complaining over the higher price of the better quality organic foods.

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Malcolm Muggeridge, world famous journalist and philosopher, Pascal Lectures, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada."I myself am convinced that the theory of evolution, especially the extent to which it's been applied, will be one of the great jokes in the history books of the future. Posterity will marvel that so very flimsy and dubious an hypothesis could be accepted with the incredible credulity that it has."
 


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