"It is for this purpose that I was born, and for this cause that I came into this world, to testify to the Truth. For anyone who is on the side of Truth, listens to me." ~Jesus Christ
Thursday, 22 March 2012
Wild guesses and hunches .................
( if not all......???? ) evolutionary scientists , have a pre conceived belief
and an evolutionary bias towards explaining the world through
naturalistic processes over eons of time and eons of chance and eons of
matter . A bit like rigging a talent contest because they want the
cutest looking person to win .
Boyce Rensberger :...
"At this point, it is necessary to reveal a little inside information
about how scientists work, something the textbooks don't usually tell
you. The fact is that scientists are not really as objective and
dispassionate in their work as they would like you to think. Most
scientists first get their ideas about how the world works not through
rigorously logical processes but through hunches and wild guesses. As
individuals they often come to believe something to be true long before
they assemble the hard evidence that will convince somebody else that
it is. Motivated by faith in his own ideas and a desire for acceptance
by his peers, a scientist will labor for years knowing in his heart
that his theory is correct but devising experiment after experiment
whose results he hopes will support his position."
Boyce Rensberger, How the World Works, William Morrow, NY, 1986, pp.
17–18. Rensberger is an ardently anti-creationist science writer.