Author: gallo (---.houston.res.rr.com)
Date: 10-24-05 16:42
> I ask for a brief answer;
> can you build a building without ground floor? you cannot.
Sure you can. It's done all the time along the sea coast. In fact, there are some places along the beach on Galveston where every building is up on stilts.
> how can you build a theory without explaining the origin
> of first living organism? Give me a logical answer
Easy. The heliocentric theory for one. The wave theory of light. The particle theory of light. The theory of relativity. Nuclear theory. None of them consider the origin of the first living organism. Why, even the theory of evolution, being a theory of how living things change, requires first that there be some living organism no matter where it came from. If you want to presuppose ETs from space brought life to earth, go right ahead.
Oh. Wait. I'll bet that's not what you had in mind. I'll bet you were talking about "ID theory" that claims to be able to recognize the work of some all powerful designer but refuses to address the issue of the identy of that designer. You do have a point there.