Not Thinking It Through?

I Don’t Know why Darwinists ridicule the “God-of-the-gaps”.

I do know, that if not for Space between “particles”, there could be no particles.

I am going to enjoy the wonder of ‘nothingness’ for a while.

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3 Responses to “Not Thinking It Through?”


  1. 1 auntdeedee February 19, 2010 at 3:02 pm

    Darwinists have a gap, too. Its called The Missing Link!

  2. 2 Andrew Goff February 19, 2010 at 4:56 pm

    What missing link?

    Theories (such as Evolution, or Creationism) rely on being disprovable.

    So here are your (fossil) tests for disproving them:

    Evolution: Dig up a fossil elephant next to a fossil Dinosaur. This would disprove Evolution.

    Creationism: Find an animal that was not present at an earlier time. This would disprove Creationism.

    • 3 The Blissful Ignoramus February 19, 2010 at 5:42 pm

      Thanks for commenting Andrew. In context of my post though, you’ve thrown up a red herring. One cannot insist on fossils (or anything else) as being the definitive “test”, for either theory. Especially when the focal point of my post goes directly to the question of what fossils themselves… indeed, what all physical matter… is itself made of. “Particles”. Until evolutionists can explain the origin (and continued existence) of “particles“, trying to hold up fossils as “the test” is fallacious, and a classic example of erroneously “putting the cart before the horse”.

      If interested, you might find some thought-provoking insights on the physics by reading Schrodinger, Dirac, or more latterly, Carver Mead. Cheers, and thanks again 🙂


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