A Scientific Dissent from Darwinism
There Is Scientific Dissent From Darwinism. It deserves to be heard.
Straddling the gap between science and religion, Brian Greene is joined by renowned neuroscientists, anthropologists, and evolutionary biologists, to explore one of the most profound mysteries of our existence. ~ Brian Greene, YouTube video.
It’s not about believing in a religion. It’s having faith. This video is not about having faith in God. It’s about religions. Like he said there are thousands of religions but they all have one thing in common. They have faith in God. Scientists do the same thing only they call it Theories. Dr. James Tour should have been on this panel. ~ Norman L Bliss, YouTube video.
Dr. Tour is a synthetic organic chemist who specializes in nanotechnology. He serves as the T. T. and W. F. Chao Professor of Chemistry, Professor of Materials Science and NanoEngineering, and Professor of Computer Science at Rice University. He was born and raised a Jew in the New York City area. While in college in 1977, he asked Jesus to forgive him for his sins and to come into his heart. ~ Dr. James Tour, YouTube video.
A Scientific Dissent from Darwinism ~ Wikipedia
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Intelligent Design ~ Wikipedia
Intelligent design proponents have also occasionally appealed to broader teleological arguments outside of biology, most notably an argument based on the fine-tuning of universal constants that make matter and life possible and which are argued not to be solely attributable to chance. These include the values of fundamental physical constants, the relative strength of nuclear forces, electromagnetism, and gravity between fundamental particles, as well as the ratios of masses of such particles. Intelligent design proponent and Center for Science and Culture fellow Guillermo Gonzalez argues that if any of these values were even slightly different, the universe would be dramatically different, making it impossible for many chemical elements and features of the Universe, such as galaxies, to form. Thus, proponents argue, an intelligent designer of life was needed to ensure that the requisite features were present to achieve that particular outcome.