The only problem I have with some religious viewpoints is, some seem to think that we are the only life form in this vast universe. I'm not saying we aren't, but it sure seems like a gigantic waste of space for just one life form. When I say life form I mean all of the inhabitants of this planet, not just humans.
The idea that the universe operates in a precise manner is flawed, the new Hubble space telescope has focused on an area of space that has shown that there is a galaxy far out side the Milky Way that has a concentration of stars and planets so big that according to the laws of space and physics it couldn't exist. But, there it is in all of it's glory floating through the universe. What about black and white holes? Though the speed of light never technically changes, it can be distorted. Nothing is consistent and mathematically continuous 100% of the time.
This guys idea of the moon being a control for a majority of things on this planet is correct, however he does fail to mention that the moon is continually moving away from the Earth. Always has, and always will. Granted it's not by much and it will take millions of years for a major effect on our planet, but it is happening.
His idea of the human brain is also interesting, he does however leave out the part that we barely even use 10% of it's capabilities. Even genius level thinkers like Einstein are said to have only been able to use maybe 3 or 4 % more than the average human. Which brings up another point, if evolution is the end all be all wouldn't eventually we as a race of people be able to use more of our brainpower? Maybe it just hasn't been long enough! Who knows? Just a few thoughts from a wandering mind.
Last edited by BowtieStang; 03-26-2009 at 09:34 AM.