i mean just look at the fabric of our minds ,that cannot in anyway be the result of random mutations
the scientific arguments are simply too weak when it comes to the origins of things .
Perhaps the most important aspect of evolution is that it is NOT random. The mutations it works with may be random, but they are tested very severely (survival of the fittest) before being being passed down the generations.
The fact that in 4 billion years only one species evolved intelligence on our planet leaves me doubtful of the possibiltity of intelligent life elsewhere in the universe. But that is a very different logical argument.
, i tend not to assimilate
perhaps "they" are already here. maybe I am one of them... ~Travis
The Borg welcomes you
This was settled a few years ago. When the human species evolved intelligence. (And note that no other species was stupid enough to do so)
(And note that no other species was stupid enough to do so)
means we are stupid too.......I can accept that..... Tom...
the inability for it to override the overwhelming primitive instincts we have hard wired.
I don't believe humans are one bit happier now than they were in 1316 (or 516). We just keep on running because we think we will fall on our faces if we stop.There are some nice brown cows (heifers, perhaps) in the field I can see through my window. I don't think my life (or yours, dear reader) is any bit better than theirs....R