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Plus, as a physics major, evolution and increasing complexity seems to violate the Law of Entropy.

chris_h, Rapture Ready 28 Comments [11/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Life on earth is not a closed system, the energy that the sun provides is more than adequate to drive it. If you are indeed a physics major, then your professors have done you a grave disservice in their teachings.

1/26/2009 7:21:26 PM


Learn the difference between a closed and open system and then we can talk. Physics major? Lying is okay when its fer JAYSUS right?

1/26/2009 7:31:07 PM


No you aren't and no it doesn't.

1/26/2009 10:57:53 PM

Bi The Way

Chris, I advise you find a new major, because you obviously don't understand your own field...

Maybe you could do something that doesn't involve science or any of that hard thinking crap, try creation science.

2/18/2010 2:38:48 AM


Is that English? Since when is evolution and increasing complexity a physics major?
Oh, you are? Then you should have written "as a physics major, I find" or something like that.

2/18/2010 3:30:02 AM

Professor M

One would think that a physics major would know that it's the Laws of thermodynamics which deal with entropy; and that these aren't "laws" in the sense of something which can be "violated".

2/18/2010 3:49:12 AM

David B.

"Increasing complexity" would also apply to anything that went from one undifferentiated cell to a many-billion cell organism with hundreds or thousands of specialised tissues and organs. You know, like plants and animals.

Your "law of entropy" seems to imply that neither plants or animals could grow, hence is disproved by observation. I hereby demote you to the rank of "physics private".

2/18/2010 4:53:36 AM

Quantum Mechanic

Give up physics before you fail Phy 101.

2/18/2010 7:53:56 AM


"Plus, as a physics major, evolution and increasing complexity seems to violate the Law of Entropy."

Been skipping a lot of classes, I see.

2/18/2010 8:13:26 AM


If I were you, I'd see if I could get a tuition refund.

3/11/2010 12:53:29 PM

Oh please. You don't go to college.

4/29/2010 9:23:51 AM


At a creationist college, I presume?

4/29/2010 10:46:27 PM

How can one be a physicist and NOT accept evolution?

9/3/2011 3:51:57 AM

Physics major my asshole.

Lying for Jesus.

9/3/2011 4:04:27 AM


you haven't studied physics. at all.

5/3/2012 8:54:42 AM

Philbert McAdamia

As the mayor of the Pacific Ocean I advise you to switch your major. You seem to violate the laws of physics, and should be arrested for it.

5/3/2012 9:50:35 AM

Evolution is a physics major?
Or did you forget to learn grammar?

5/3/2012 11:40:37 AM


They didn't explain crystals in your physics class? Not even in your remedial science classes?

5/3/2012 2:06:39 PM


He may be in Behe's class. Behe is the author of "increasing complexity" or Irreducible Complexity. Irreducible Complexity is considered a non-scientific argument as both terms are relative and Behe won't and can't define either. "increasing complexity" is in fact a proven occurance over time with complexity still being defined only as different than before. The Elephant man was more complex than you or I, that's how valid "increasing complexity" is as a scientific premise.

Earth is not in a state of Entropy. So much for your major. Yes, I would like fries with that.

Behe is a Biology Professor with the proper credentials but he invests much of his time building strawmen for fun and profit. He even tried to redefine science and was shamed at the Dover trial for the obvious stunt it was.

5/5/2012 7:05:56 AM

Plus, as a physics major, evolution and increasing complexity seems to violate the Law of Entropy.

Oh my god, so both evolution and "increasing complexity" have a physics major, and they are using it to violate the law of entropy? How dare they?!? Someone should report them to the police!

5/5/2012 7:28:15 AM

seems to but does not.

study more.

5/5/2012 8:12:48 AM

Quantum Mechanic

You aren't a physics major.

8/20/2012 7:41:44 AM

rubber chicken

It is obviously really easy to become a physics major.

8/20/2012 8:29:05 AM


As an occasional physics teacher:

You Fail Thermodynamics And Statistical Mechanics, which is required for completing your degree.

You may retake the course; but continued failure to achieve a passing grade will result in permanent dismissal from the program.

(I hope that chris_h has learned better in the last 9 years and did complete the degree).

8/20/2012 2:15:24 PM

study harder and go out in the sunshine to look for a clue .

8/20/2012 9:19:44 PM

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