This is one of the dumbest arguments I have ever read against evolution. It’s so stupid I wonder if it is meant to be a joke, but I don’t think it is. Sample:
Before we even start, we ought to notice that, if evolution is true, there would be no way to know it. Because evolution teaches that everything that exists is the product of the random collision of atoms, this logically includes the thoughts I am thinking about evolution. But if my thoughts are the product of the random collision of atoms, there is no reason to think that any of them are true â€” they just are.
There’s kind of a perverse, almost psychotic, genius in that. However, it violates what I might call Maha’s First Laws of an Argument, which is that you can’t very well refute something if you don’t know what the bleep it is.
“Evolution teaches that everything that exists is the product of the random collision of atoms”? Where do they get this stuff?