[quote=freesoulhope]If they are experts then why cant i just get the information from them.
[quote=freesoulhope] my auguments are philosphical in nature. Im taking about the laws of physics not being a constant phenomina in are universe, and how that posibility might affect how we are looking at the world and how we are rationalising about it.
The problem of course is that (and I know some folks here are going to object that there is a philosophy of science however) science isn’t philosophical
It is pretty much mundane
Its purpose is to observe and explain not to provide rationale
To answer your question directly, there is no evidence to support the notion that physics is not constant. Our current models for physics break down under certain special conditions but that doesn’t mean the physics changes just that we don’t understand it completely and need to revise the model to match all data.
[quote=freesoulhope] I want to know why so many people who are just as educated, as the advocates of evolution, have a problem with the theory of evolution.
While the opponents of evolution may be educated, it is my experience that they are educated in fields other than biology or the other hard sciences so their expertise may not be that strong on this particular topic.
Although I am curious why you’re lumping physics in the universe with biology here on earth?
[quote=freesoulhope]not all of them are religous. I have reaserched both sides of the augument.
From a strictly technical point of view there is no argument and there are no sides. Evolution is better understood than gravity.
[quote=freesoulhope]some of the evolutionary ideas contradict the human bloodline from adam and eve in terms of time, and how long humans have been hear( it also raises the qeustion of there being many adam and eves).
Well yes, it does mean that a literal interpretation of Genesis is impossible
But geology told us that way before biology did
How does this affect faith?
God created the world and everything on it……does it matter how he did it?
The Church requires that we believe that we are descended from Adam & Eve. She (quite wisely IMHO) doesn’t attempt to explain how exactly that happened. She provides Truth on matters of Faith and morals…not biological processes
Science of course confirms common descent and provides a rough location and timeline. Since evolution deals with populations and not individuals it cannot provide details about a single pair.
[quote=freesoulhope]And then there are people like huge ross who has some intresting points also. I can go around and check out some other sites,
Hugh Ross appears to take flak from all sides. The literal creationists don’t like him because he agrees with much of what science says. And he confounds the scientists by cherry picking which science to accept and basically rejecting most of modern biology.
but IIRC he is an astronomer so what he has to say about biology should be taken with some salt.
[quote=freesoulhope]but why cant i just ask hear?
You can. Sooner or later some folks smarter than I will show up and offer up their $0.02.
What thistle was saying is that you can also use the search function on these forums (look for the pull down menu at that top) to get a selection of previous threads where this has been discussed in detail.