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A Christian Science book.,
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This review is from: Darwin's Black Box: Biochemical Challenge to Evolution (Hardcover)
All the ones who claim Behe's right and Darwin isn't are mainly Christian without too much understanding of general science. Also, the ones stating that there's a Church of Darwin, well, they're making a Church out of this guy too. I want to remind you how Melikovsky fooled (and still fools) many people. The problem with this kind of people is that once they find something they can't understand (They don't even think on other people) the call the God of the Gaps for it. Behe should learn the experience of physicists before writting: The nucleus of the atom, which is positively charged, is surrounded by a negatively charge electron cloud. acording to electromagneticism, the electron should give over electromagnetic waves, thus loosing energy and falling inward towards the nucleus, resulting on the collapse of the atom. But we aren't seeing that. Those that mean Electromagneticism, a soo called classic theory) is wrong? Surely God is working on here, don't you think? The answer to this question was the discovery of Quantum Physics, which based on Heisenberg's Uncertainty principle, explains why electrons don't fall inward the nucleus. Behe should learn this humble lection before stating wathever he has to state. God might exist, but putting him before everything on this Universe isn't wise enough.
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Initial post: 28 Nov 2011 10:23:10 GMT
E. Wientjes says:
"Argumentum ad hominem"
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