Why limit Intelligent Design to “evolution”?

ID gravity

As Intelligent Design accounts for the gaps in Darwinian “evolution” I feel that it is time for a Designer to come to the rescue of “gravity”.

All forces of nature are carried out by force carrying particles. To quote Arthur Smith- “Some force carrying particles have mass, and therefore they do not travel at the speed of light.  You can tell whether a force carrying particle has mass or not by how long-ranged the force is.  Gravity and electromagnetism have mass-less force carriers (the graviton – not yet observed – and the photon) while the strong and weak forces are very short-ranged, and have very massive force carriers.  The force carriers for the weak force are the W and Z particles (intermediate vector bosons) which were observed first about 10 years ago.” (Italics mine)

If “science” cannot even tell us what the fundamental particle of “gravity” is, maybe we need to look elsewhere for an explanation. ID Gravity theories suggest that just as people are designed to procreate Man/Woman, animals are designed to seek food, and trees are designed to transform carbon dioxide into oxygen, so objects are designed to be attracted to one another. Apples are designed to fall to Earth, and the moon was designed to orbit the Earth but “scientists” have mistaken this design as the theoretical “gravity”.

I say teach both theories and let students decide for themselves which is the Truth.

5 thoughts on “Why limit Intelligent Design to “evolution”?

  1. No no no, we both know it’s the Flying Spaghetti Monster pushing things back to earth with his Noodly Appendage! Why can’t we teach that as a “theory”?

  2. Heck, even the scientists themselves, the ones who think they know what they are doing, agree that they cannot even account for 95% of matter/energy in the universe. They know it’s there, they just can’t find it! They call it “dark,” perhaps to suit their Dark Master.

    Whereas us fundies can joyfully account for 100% of everything with our faith. Now, who do you think has a better understanding of the cosmos? The fundies my 95 points!

  3. “The fact that a believer is happier than a sceptic is no more to the point than the fact that a drunken man is happier than a sober one. The happiness of credulity is a cheap and dangerous quality.”
    —George Bernard Shaw, Preface to Androcles and the Lion

    “Between believing a thing and thinking you know is only a small step and quickly taken.”
    —Mark Twain, 3,000 Years Among the Microbes

    “No amount of belief makes something a fact.”
    —James Randi

    Stupid Evil quotes

  4. It would be so funny if a group got together and actually started to vigorously support this.  of course, considering the scientific literacy of the average American, this gag might well backfire.

  5. Heck, lets repudiate gravity alltogether! If you think it through, it means that even the most god-fearing patriot American is attracted (get that – ATTRACTED) to people like gays, communists and atheists (not that there’s that much difference, really).

    Such a perverted ‘theory’ obviously goes against God’s creation.

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