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If humans are capable of creating intelligent design, how can we be anything but a product of it?
We are products of natural selection. What makes you think we are such well designed products anyway? There are other animals around (sharks, crocodiles, termites etc) that have survived - virtually unchanged - for far longer than we have been (or probably will be ) on this Earth. If we are products of intelligent design then the designer needs to tell someone where he hid the self-destruct button - because people will keep on pressing it.
I'm not following you. How do we create intelligent design? As a notion? As a reproductive function? Anyway, The reasoning is fallacious because your proposition is not a necessary logical conclusion of anything but your insistence.
We are microcosm inside a macrocosm, and that is how all goes on and on. We need not ask more questions on this because we cannot receive any answer here except when we get there.
And let me answer my friend Sullen91 here that the so called logic, as good as it is cannot effectively decypher things unseen but real.
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by Ron Karn7 years ago
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by janesix6 years ago
It just means evolution was designed by god
by kirstenblog17 months ago
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by skyfire8 years ago
I found ken millers talk on ID a worth to watch. You can watch the video : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JVRsWAjvQSgwhat are your views on intelligent design ?
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