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REALITY MATTERS

As some materialists try to make sense out of their interpretation of reality they have debated whether our existence is indeed reality or if we are part of a simulation.  Why is there a debate?  Because the mathematical properties of the physical universe are in conflict with what their beliefs have compelled them to deny, that the universe is intelligently designed. Should we call scientists considering this idea Simulated Design Creationists? Scientific American called the idea that we live in

THE FLAWED EYE: A TRIUMPH OF DESIGN

The argument from bad design, unnecessary design or unlikely design, i.e. “a designer wouldn’t do it that way” is very often used to prop up natural selection or homology arguments because they are scientifically weak. It is mostly used as a straw man argument against design. THE ARGUMENT FROM BAD DESIGN It really adds nothing to the understanding of how the feature in question would occur naturally. It’s heavily bogged down with subjectivity, who’s standard of perfection are we supposed