Provide examples.<quoted text>And yet, quantum mechanics gives very precise predictions for a host of different phenomena, from atomic spectra, to decay rates, to properties of solids.
When science presents its version of reality as the ONLY version, it is in effect claiming it has the ONLY answers and therefore knows the truth. And how convenient! When science's stories are no longer valid (the sun revolves around the earth) it can always assert that new information changed the ground rules. By doing so, it never has to hold itself accountable for its own false claims.<quoted text>The seasons come and go predictably because the Earth is tilted on its axis and presents a different angle to the Sun as it revolves around the Sun.[/Quote]
You are merely describing the physical mechanisms behind Intelligent Design as it operates in our system, which in no way nullifies the existence of Intelligent Design.
[QUOTE who="Drew Smith"]<quoted text>I'll say it again: Provide a specific example of "Intelligent Design" that is not explained by observed natural phenomena such as gravity or natural selection.[/Quote]
[QUOTE who="Drew Smith"]<quoted text>Science doesn't claim to have "the whole story".*Religion* does. It's equivalent to claiming "truth". As I said, science doesn't claim "truth". Any fact or theory of science can be overturned by new evidence.
How would you know when primarily, the brain has been studied in an airtight glass jar, a closed system? Science has yet to locate the seat of thought in the human brain and for a reason. The brain is primarily an event-forming psychomechanism through which consciousness operates. Both the brain and consciousness serve the body's existence, but not in the same way.<quoted text>Thoughts don't materialize out of vacuum. They are observable biological and chemical patterns in the brain.
In the book, The Three Pound Universe: The Brain, a neuroanatomist known for his methodological vigor paused during his nerve cell study to comment, "I doubt we will ever get to consciousness from here. Who knows if the mind is even in the brain?" Candace Pert, while with the National Institute of Health, extensively researched neuropeptides. Initially she viewed the brain in Newtonian terms with the neurochemicals and their receptors operating like locks and keys. Now she sees the brain and its functions as a vibratory energy field with its locks and keys ways of perturbing the field. There is more, much more beyond the brain. It is no longer the end of the line. It is a receiver and amplifier of realities as yet unknown to science.
If a neuroanatomist doubts that consciousness is physical, you, as a member of the Church of Science have no reason, other than blind denial, to think otherwise.