Sunday, April 7, 2013

Evolution vs. Creationism


(Please excuse my english issues)

Evolution  vs. Creationism


I really don't understand how not even one voice was pertinent enough in the last few hundreds years to clearly point on how the two supposedly opponent opinions are just complimentary one to the other.

I relate this fact to the more than feasible option that each "side" was too eager to annihilate each other's opinion or existence, more than pursuing the truth, without success, and on the way blaming and killing as many Jews as possible as a common practice of their frustration, anyway they had all the answers...

So let's address the titled mater...

Here is a list of some feasible facts from everyone's daily observations that we can easily agree on and use them as tools for the logical debate even tough the deeper "knowledge" is beyond the written logical.

Fact #1 : Will comes before action

Look "inside" yourself and notice that any action you can voluntarily take has a basic will at it's root. Moving your finger is a great example. "Will" is not "Urge" even tough they are closely related. 
They are related because they both lead to action but the difference is that the Will is optional and the Urge might become mandatory or even involuntary (faint). That is, by the way the difference between humans and other creatures. With us, urge becomes realised after it passes the "will layer".

We'll probably never see a Lion chasing a Zebra, catch it and then lick it's nose and walk away (until the days to come at least) going to himself "Ok Zebra , i was thinking while a ran after you that i might not that be so hungry just yet today so you go away for now before i change my mind"

Probably because the Lion has not manifested a will when he started chasing the Zebra but a strong urge. So urge does not leave room for much choice but only will-equipped creatures can enjoy/suffer from it. 

The outcome of this additional layer of choice of exercising our will beside urges is speech. The Speech fills the space created between the choices of our will. 
As more as a creature is closer to mandatory-urge-driven behavior, the lower are it's communications skills. Example: If we have no choice about something in our lives, we just do it however we still have the choice of talking about it but we do it without debating it.

Everything communicates at some degree, some more and some less, each to their cause. A sand grain communicates at certain spectrum range as visual presence, it might monotonically sing at it's atomic level. In the other hand, your girlfriend or wife definitely represents the opposite extremity... 


Fact #2 : Progression is a fact

A really important "secret" that stands at the base of our entire existence is (TBC)