Book One: Beginnings
1 – In the beginning, well, no one knows for sure; claims that anyone does know are silly.
2 – If you’re religious and not hurting anyone, fine – but please know you can’t know for sure.
3 – Truth is about the things we can prove, and no one alive today was there at our origins.
4 – If you weren’t there, you can’t prove it; I don’t care what your ancient text says.
5 – If you’re secular and not hurting anyone, fine – but please know that evolution is not science.
6 – Science is not guesswork, and anything pertaining to our origins most certainly is guesswork.
7 – The scientific method itself disproves that evolution is scientific in its first through third steps.
8 – The scientific method is merely: observe, hypothesize based on your observation, experiment to prove or disprove said hypothesis, and after a majority of experiments with the same result, form a theory.
9 – If a scientific theory is never disproved after many years and many scientists of differing opinions also experimenting on it, it becomes a law.
10 – There is a reason that there is a law of gravity, and yet merely the theory of evolution.
11 – Yet the evolutionary theory itself should not exist, as it masquerades as science.
12 – To wit: no one alive was present to experiment on (or witness) the origin of man.
13 – We weren’t there; ergo, any science having to do with the origin of mankind – be it evolutionary or creationist in nature – is purely speculative: and as such, is not true science.
14 – One cannot prove evolution any more than one can prove an all-powerful creator.
15 – Granted, it takes less faith to believe in a creator, but it also demands less personal responsibility to believe in evolution.
16 – So, for the faithless, there is the creator; for the lazy, there is evolution.
17 – And if you’re either religious or secular and smugly believe that your group alone has a grasp on what the absolute Truth of the human origin is, you’re a jackass.