our brain wired for language at birth? Just how
does the brain do what it does?
Steven Pinker (Massachusetts Institute
of Technology) "the lesson from verbs is that our minds combine the best
of both worlds. The brains we are born with come with an in built program
for manipulating regular verbs (matched from match, say) whereas the past
tenses of irregular verbs (catch to caught) have to be individually memorised...a
dazzling range of facts suggesting the brain handles regular and irregular
verbs quite differently. ... Words and Rules
by Steven Pinker, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 214-99, ISBN
EVOLUTION AS FAITH:-By
failing to account
for the complexity of the primate,
evolution invalidates any potential
calculations for verification-thus
By deciding to leave God out of the
picture, looking instead for answers down blind alleys evolutionary theory
presents – natural selection, gradualism, Darwinian descent, modification
through mutation, survival of the fittest, etc., evolutionary 'scientists'
remain bound with parochial-conjectural-concepts,
leading them to avoid mathematically-corroborative-precepts.
Providing no scientific equation-to-justify
that evidence encountered resulted from evolutionary processes, evolution
distances itself from the scientific realm,
and instead presents itself to us for acceptance both with the ethereality
of conjecture, and the expectation,
followers will be as compliant
to its tenets as those hoodwinked
into the Jonestown tragedy.
Evolutionists then, by calling themselves
'of science', thusly, and hypocritically
so, as evolution conveys anti-knowledge,
enter into an unfounded
faith, whereas, Christians have a provably
unshakable basis for their faith.
the failure of these many efforts science was left in the somewhat embarrassing
position of having to postulate
theories of living origins which it could not demonstrate. After having
the theologian for his reliance
on myth and miracle, science found itself in the unenviable position of
having to create a mythology of its own; namely, the assumption that what,
after long effort, could not be proved to take place today had, in truth,
taken place in the primeval past." ...Loren Eiseley, Ph.D. (anthropology),
"The secret of life" in-The Immense
Journey, Random House, New York, 1957, p. 199.
"I don't see how anyone can protest
that his beliefs ought to be immune to the standards of objective historical
investigation, simply by claiming that they are held on the basis of faith."
Paul Kurtz, The New Skepticism:
Inquiry and Reliable Knowledge, (1992), Prometheus
Books, Amherst, New York.
And when a mathematically scientific
approach is applied in examination of evolutionary tenets, those tenets
fall apart as when a gust of wind comes across a house of cards.
took it for granted that evolution had a purpose and a direction as evidenced
by his concept of randomness
the adaptiveness of life by attributing it to natural
selection. He tried to supply the tools of evolution. His starting
point was the study of interaction between the species.
had the idea of a 'tree' connecting different life forms each undergoing
reality however is different, involving
that life arrived
in some warm pond, as a result
of occurrences called random-mutations,
that being magically a result of his survival
of the fittest belief providing the impetus
to the action of natural selection producing adaption
the weaker in the species thus-eliciting
over time descent by modification.
He could have just as easily stated that life came from seeds planted by
Are the results we see really the
product of evolutionary features? Evolutionists like Steve
Jones are still trying to to verify
the theory by reconstruction of features supporting evolution, in spite
of historical facts disembodying evolution's structural mechanisms.-...continues