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This would be philosophy based off of well... just read the damn thing and shut up. It's a rant on Philosophy and my views.
Why I believe in creation.
Okay, so first let's establish the biggest other reason that still stands being the "Big Bang" theory (I want input from you philosophy majors, most of my stuff came from getting caught on the wrong channels and my ADD putting my in random sections of our text books). Please note this is being done at approximatly 3 AM so please forgive my mechanical errors and my lack of transitions(damn phone doesn't have a semi-colin, luckly computer does and this is the transfer process); was out at a park all night and well... I am fucking tired so get off my back. Any who, back to the topic at hand, the biggest counter theory, "The Big Bang." Long story short, BOOM! YAY! EARTH! Now, to explain life on Earth using the evolution theory. Following this "Big Bang" is widely thought to be a vast number of chemicals just one day came together and formed life (this theory came about when a monk credited for naming the 'cell' combined some similiar chemicals and created dead cells). The atmosphere was too toxic for a long ass while so all that came about were cells that devoured anything that it could, minerals and other cells. Evolution started to take place because the cells wanted to not only consume with out being consumed but consume using less energy. So these cells started not to split when they devided. These cells became big enough to prevent another cell from possibly surrounding it and consuming it. Naturally, it made it the preditor rather the pray and the other organisms decided they should do the same. They constantly evolved, trying to out do the last and this taking billions and billions of years. Eventually, came the dinosaurs came into existance. Som great catastrophe came about, widely believed to have been an ice age brought about by a bunch of dust kicked up by an astroid (if the actual impact would have done it, there would have been no Earth) this astriod seems to have been somewhere nearer to America in the Atlantic. This destroying almost all life and creating a need for many others to evolve. Not to long after, or rather during this final ice age we (HUMANS) came into existance.
Okay, now that is about the most common back story, now for me to explain why I believe in creation.
1: All this gas just one day... nothing but the sun itself (the moon isn't believed to be here yet) effect Earth and the gas comes together perfectly and to top that off, it is believed to have ALL combined in Africa. Further more, the cells survived where as the monks cells were more or less created dead?
2: Balance that exist among creatures when they try to out evolve the others. You can't deny the fact that Animals are territorial (besides rodants) and that reguardless of what it is, they will fight to keep it. A bunch of apes/orangatangs/gorillas though will rather not have conflict with a preditor such as say... a lion, the usual pray will group up to extinguish the menace. And the lion will only leave if it feels that it has a pretty good chance of being killed if it does try to press the inhabitants. Even your pets are known to restate which one is the dominate one, cats and dogs alike. Rodants and birds (birds [not literatly] are rodants with wings :-D) are the only exception in the animal world due to the fact that birds fly and thus travel far much to care (birds really will only protect their immediate nest). Rodants understand what would happen if they were to cahllange our choice preditor the lion(even in fairly large numbers, too many can be more destructive to there way of life than it would be benificial), they become scavengers that live in holes. Even we humans have the same territory sense, we kick out other animals and people on the fact that they, "Make me a littler nervous." You lock your car and house doors because your nervous that SOMEONE will come in and take your proporty. You build fences around your house to keep animals and the neighbor kids out. You trust animals you don't know to bite you and your family; you tryst the neighot kids to vandilize or take what you've worked so long to gain. Animals, by nature are territorial and go the lengths to preserve it But there is such a fine balance that is just unnatural. Why do the gazels still gt slaughtered? There are at least 25 of them to each lion hunting them. Why do they not turn on the animal kingdom and eat them instead of where the other animals have wiped their feet at, and relieved themselves on? This would trigger another series of evolution...
3: There is not a whole lot of time believed to be between the Jurassic (dino period) and the preastoric age (cave-man period). And the gases in the atmosphere are no longer suidted to produce life, so we couldn't have sprung up after what some believed was total destruction (And the time span is not feasiable. If you really follow this train of thought, the astriod hitting nearer to the USA after such continantal drift. The astriod image would not have still been there after that much change in land, so the land was obviously seperated when the dinosaurs roamed the Earth, this is just to give you an idea of how long it took these cells to form these beast. Long enough for the continates to divide). The only possibilities would be creation or evolution. Now, evolution is where two creatures start to bread and creating an Animal with characteristics of both according to Darwin (or to keep up with extreme changes as displayed in the cell fight). So, what two creatures got together to make our higher brain patteren and the complexity of its formation all together?
4: Also, the system in which cells from the primortial ooze (did I get that right?) have now become as complex as all hell. Cells don't have a lot of thinking, their brain centers being SO much smaller than the cell which is already microscopic, and where do the decide to make such complexities? When does an organism decide it can make a system oodles greater than what it already is?
5: Of we dod evolve from the same two creatures, how come there are three different types of humans on this planet?
6: This is my weakest argument both weak as an argument and shows me to be weak as an individual... All of this, ALL OF IT, just seems far to vonvient. Life should have destroye its self long ago granted there maybe a few random kinks in the theories that would bring us about, I would like to place faith in "god." Partially for comfort and for the fact that world is crafted too beautifully, like the guts of a ticking clock.