Three Scientific Principles Contradicted by Big Bang and Evolution Theory

Or, Two Valid Scientific Principles and One For Fun

Here I present two valid, readily-observable scientific principles, and point out how it is contradicted by either the Big Bang Theory or the Theory of Evolution. The third isn’t a scientific Law, it’s still a theory (I think), although I won’t deny that there is evidence, even in chicken-rearing, that unhealthy creatures don’t (without outside intervention) live to reproduce.

I’m not going to tell you, for the first two, how the Bible agrees with these (and other scientific Laws); I’ll leave you to work that out for yourselves, unless someone asks me to do another post. I’m not going to push the Bible or Creationism in this post, I’m simply going to point out the flaws in Evolution and Big Bang Theory.

Now, on to the post, before the introduction gets longer than the post itself.

(Newton’s) First Law of Motion: “If a body is at rest, it remains at rest, or if it is in motion, it moves with uniform velocity until it is acted on by a resultant force”

Or, “Things stay the same unless something else makes them change” (see simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newton’s_laws_of_motion)

So, you have nothing, or a ball of supercondensed matter (it’s your choice, really), and then it explodes and becomes matter. What set off that explosion? Why did it change?

The Second Law of Thermodynamics: “The entropy of an isolated system not in equilibrium will tend to increase over time, approaching a maximum value at equilibrium”

Or, “Things tend towards maximum disorder and maximum uselessness” (see simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Second_law_of_thermodynamics)

Here, the Big Bang Theory has some credibility: a nice little uniform ball of supercondensed matter explodes and becomes more and more disordered and spread about.

However, how, then, did the disordered chaos of atoms come together to form stars and planets? How did those planets become living soup, which then became separate creatures?

Perhaps another way of stating this is, “Things devolve”. Evolution is the principle that things change to become better. The 2nd Law of Thermodynamics states that things change to become worse.

Natural Selection

Why, oh why, do we have two genders? If all life was once a single-celled organism capable of reproducing itself, what possible use is becoming an organism which requires another organism to reproduce? Particularly a creature whcih not only needs another creature to reproduce, but must rule out 50% of the other members of its species in its quest to do so?

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