Posted: Jul 23, 2010 7:18 am
by Rumraket
Shrunk wrote:
CharlieM wrote: If we look at human engineering over the centuries, in the early days human involvement was hands-on throughout the process of manufacture and function of machines. The more we advance the less direct involvement there is. In other words, if we didn't know better, it wouldn't always be obvious that there was a human involved at all. But one thing we can be sure about is that all the machines around us had their origin in human minds.

So your evidence that the flagellum was designed is that we have no evidence that it was designed.

Thank you for playing. Good night, everyone.

R O F L. Well said. Basically he's saying that the less evidence we see of the involvement of designers, the more it is evidence of design.
Oh... My... God. I'ts impossible to have a discussion when you approach the subject with such a mindset. I mean, how could you even possibly be convinced otherwise?