Oddly, I cannot see anywhere that I make the claim that as a scientist I hold the truth.<quoted text>
I am going to be honest with you....I don't have much knowledge of science as you but you approach " I am scientist therefore know the truth" doesn't impress me
You will find more cases of the opposite: scientists rejecting there is a god. Also, you will often find that scientists who start believing (note: not the same as already believing) often start rejecting scientific findings.<quoted text>
as there are many scientist/atheist who relelaze they wrong and started to believe in God....you just one those who Allah didn't will yet to see the truth.
Whether *I* do this or the compounds slowly leach out of some solid material in contact with water does not matter. The result is the same.<quoted text>
.....this is exactly how God blinded your eyes to even reflect on what have been said...rather you don't even consider to think about it but you attack it with lie.......I was talkin about something randomly (meaning without
cause) becoming an order and you went on mentioning throwing surfactants into water and creating order which itself proving my point but gess you need intelect to notice it.
I don't like being called a liar by someone who doesn't even understand science (self-admitted).
Simple thermodynamics. I'll make it even better for you: it is entropically driven (as in the ordering of the surfactants into micelles causes *more* "disorder" than if they were not ordered and just dissolved as individual molecules).<quoted text>
......what was the cause of the order created by the surfactants in the water?