The Big Bang Theory

The Target
The Tools
The Theory
Prequel A
Prequel B
Prequel C

© 2002 Paul Perkins

Oh crap!  I have the tools.  I have the experiment.  What I do not have is scientific justification for this thing.  This is where I have to come up with a theory to justify what I was going to do anyway.

Here's what I've come up with...

A quote from Arlo Moehlenpah's "Evolution - Science or Religion?
"The theory of evolution is not scientific. It is important that we know what science is and are able to distinguish between 'science' and what is 'falsely called science.' A typical definition of science is that it is a branch of study concerned with observation and classification of facts, especially with the establishment of verifiable general laws, chiefly by induction and hypothesis. Webster defines science as 'systematized knowledge derived from observation, study, and experimentation…'. You can look at various dictionaries and get slightly different definitions but the key words will be 'observation,' 'experimentation,' 'verifiable,' 'testable,' and 'repeatable.' In other words, if it cannot be observed, repeated, verified or subject to experimentation, then it is not scientific. Evolution has never been observed, repeated, verified nor has an experiment ever been performed regarding it. Thus evolution is not scientific."

Moehlenpah supports this view by stating that, "The theory of evolution contradicts known scientific laws such as the law of biogenesis, the law of kinds and the second law of thermodynamics."  Since macro-evolution hasn't been observed, and isn't repeatable, it is a belief based on faith.  He concludes that the theory of evolution is a religion.  Fair enough.  Other scientists have similar theories.

I will attempt to prove him wrong, and the scientific community right.  I shall, once and for all, disprove entropy by creating order from chaos.  If I'm lucky I might even create life with my own big bang.

Pull my finger...