since it means the very opposite of guidance. The core of the Darwinist belief
system is that life or at least the way it has manifested is an accident.
In Darwinism all life forms including ourselves, the human beings are the result
of a sequence of random unplanned mutations in DNA and so life obviously has
no purpose. It is hard to know how many people actually believe this, but it is
still the view point of today's "official" science and is taught as a theory that
cannot be questioned by universities and medical institutions all over the world.
I would say that the role people place on DNA for evolution is also vastly exaggerated
and does not explain it. The total amount of base pairs in human DNA is only a few billion
and so the information in it is vastly insufficient to explain how a human being comes to be.
The Darwinist theory of life as a phenomenon that has come about as an accidents is however
also very directly related to the belief that civilizations may just appear at random
points in time. If we want to embrace a theory where there is an underlying plan
for all evolution a different understanding in macrocosmic quantum theory needs to be found.
This explains biological, mental and spiritual evolution within the same scientific framework.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 15-Aug-21 14:34 by cjcalleman.