I really need to make a ytmnd for people who use the second law incorrectly like this.
Maybe use one of those MC Hawking songs for the audio.
10/1/2005 2:06:11 AM
I swear, if I hear one more person ramble about the Second Law of Thermodynamics, I'm going to eat that person's face.
11/30/2005 2:16:39 AM
Why does an infinite being need a cause any less than a finite one does?
11/30/2005 6:01:57 AM
I don't think the Second Law of Thermodynamics says anything has to be created. And how the crap are you defining infinite???
11/6/2007 5:09:38 PM
bullshit + buzzwords = bullshit
11/6/2007 5:40:38 PM
THE SECOND LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS DOES NOT WORK THAT WAY.
11/6/2007 6:29:00 PM
I'm sorry, I just can't wrap my head around the concept of an infinite living being.
Every living thing has a beginning. Everything. So where did your Creator come from?
11/6/2007 6:30:33 PM
Thermodynamics, it doesn't work that way, bitch!
11/6/2007 6:48:22 PM
Because you can't figure out how to change your own oil does not logically mean cars don't exist.
11/6/2007 7:00:12 PM
Tom S. Fox
Why do fundies always deny any Science except for the Second Law of Thermodynamics?
4/15/2008 5:21:04 AM
If thermodynamics apply and God created the universe then wouldn't it follow that the universe is the burnt remains of God's corpse?
4/15/2008 9:21:13 AM
To paraphrase the late, great Carl Sagan: If you are going to posit that the universe had a creator who was infinite and needed no beginning, why not save that extra step, and say that the universe always existed?
11/21/2009 2:37:01 PM
Great. Another dumbfuck invokes equilibrium thermo.
11/21/2009 3:10:20 PM
A Simple Guide to the Second Law of Thermodynamics
What the Second Law of Thermodynamics Actually Says:
In a closed system, entropy tends to increase.
. . . or, if you prefer . . .
Heat can spontaneously flow from hotter areas to colder areas, but not the other way around.
What Creationists Think the Second Law of Thermodyamics Says:
Nothing can get more complex no matter what. Evolution is impossible because it means that things have to get more complex. The fact that the earth recieves plenty of energy from the sun is irrelevant!
What "Faith and Reason" Thinks the Second Law of Thermodyamics Says:
The world had to have a beginning. Therefore, Goddidit!
11/22/2009 2:31:49 PM
Another F in everything.
7/29/2012 5:09:15 AM
Assume and make an ass out of you and me. But mostly of you...
7/29/2012 5:20:42 AM
This is the Lane Craig gambit, turning science into a philisophical question then demanding his conclusion is irrefutable. It's not, it's nonsense. Philophosies are often built up over the years and the best ones are based on knowledge of many over time however Craigs is a half-assed assertion peppered with power-words to appear logical.
There is just no valid way to jump to a supreme deity creator scientifically or logically.
The post above boils down Craigs just enough that the assertion becomes more obvious then Craigs more disguised monolouges but it can all be reduced further: God of the gaps. Nothing better than that even with Craigs full five minute version.
This is why Hitchens was his best advesary in debates. Hitchens knew when philisophical trickery was being applied and could often name it's source, he could also pick out that unfounded assertion underpinning the premise and expose it.
7/29/2012 6:41:39 AM