Evolution found to violate laws of science
Scientists have discovered the theory of evolution violates the laws of conservation of energy and entropy. Paley's argument that a watch design requires a watchmaker has proven to be correct.
By: Dr. Steve Johnston, author.com
The Second Law of Thermodynamics is the principle of entropy, in which energy available for useful work tends to decrease. The organized complexity of a structured system tends to become disorganized as entropy increases. The progressive theory of evolution appears to be in conflict with the principal that entropy can never decrease or become more complex. It is argued that the earth is an open system and the sun supplies the earth with enough energy to offset the loss of energy due to entropy. However, energy alone cannot increase complexity. A mechanism is required to transform energy into complexity. The materialistic view of the origin of life must explain the origin of optically pure isomers required for life. There is no entropy gradient between the levo and dextro isomers. Living cells need information or design. Unassisted organic chemistry is not capable of separating isomers into to optical purity necessary for life, without information stored in DNA.
It is argued that entropy does not apply to living systems, because a seed can grow into a tree. However, the growth process is an outworking of the structure of the germ cell, which has within itself the encoded "information"
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