What is the advantage of the second law argument if it is almost equivalent to another argument already used to defend intelligent design?
What do you have to believe, to be considered a proponent of intelligent design?
But try to imagine a more spectacular violation of that law than what has happened on our planet.
An observation from plant geneticist Wolf-Ekkehard Lönnig on the paradox of opposition to intelligent design.
As ENV readers may know, I wrote an article, “A Second Look at the Second Law,” that was reviewed and accepted by Applied Mathematics Letters (AML) in 2011, then withdrawn at the last minute.