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TEN QUESTIONS EVOLUTIONISTS CANNOT ANSWER

 

 

Copyright June 14, 2008 2:40 PM CST

By Dr. Michael J. Bisconti

 

 

 

We begin are “Ten Questions” series with “The Matrix Question.”

 

 

QUESTION 1

The Matrix Question

 

Evolutionists base their theory (actually, now, there are several theories of evolution, all of which contradict each other; there is now chaos in the evolutionist community as to what constitutes the correct theory of evolution)…repeating, evolutionists base their theory on the PRESUPPOSITION of “the stability of space and matter apart from time.”  What this means is that, according to evolutionists, THERE IS NO SPACE-TIME CONTINUUM.  According to evolutionists, Einstein and the other great theoretical physicist masters were ignorant and stupid.  Dare I say it…we know the extreme opposite to be true.  The famous equation E=mc2, associated with Einstein, was, and this is the grandest of understatements…was amply proven in the explosion of the first atomic bomb.  Before we go any further, here is the formal statement of “The Matrix Question”:

 

How can evolution occur since the matrix of space and time, otherwise referred to as the space-time continuum, is filled with discontinuities?

 

To state the question APPROXIMATELY in the language of the average person:

 

How can evolution occur since it requires a steady stream of causes and effects AND NO SUCH STREAM EXISTS?

 

The fact is that existence is “mostly space” and, therefore, there can be no steady stream of causes and effects.  In other words, SO TO SPEAK:

 

EXISTENCE IS FILLED WITH HOLES.

 

Now, here is a scientific analysis of ten years of solar emissions data.  These are electron and proton emission statistics for the sun recorded ONCE EVERY MINUTE FOR TEN YEARS.  The graph amply demonstrates the impossibility of the causality required by evolution.  You will find further explanation of the graph in the graph image.

 

 

 

 

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