Evolving Science Will believers in Intelligent Design be able to embrace the incredibly promising and innovative solutions outlined in Luke Bawazer’s Tedtalk while rejecting Darwin’s theory? Yes. One will be able to believe in intelligent Design while embracing Mr. Bawazer's ideals. It is easy to see that Darwin's theory is not longer accurate as we learn more about life at a molecular level. Darwin talked about a cell as a blob of goo. Not holding very much. Now as microscopes can see at a cellular level and past. We can see that the cell is very complex and that there is mechanical parts within the cell at the bacterial level. It is not something simple but rather complex. In the video “What Darwin Didn’t Know” they mention that contrary to Darwin’s beliefs “the smaller the life-form, the more complex “ Bawazer wants to take all these cells inside the different lifeforms and use their power to solve our problems in today's world. Using living cells to power cellphones, bacteria in batteries, and whatnot. It would change the way we look and use all technology. But just like Darwin’s theory being proved not helpful in our changing society. I wounder how many problems will come up with Bawazer's ideals. So much of Hollywood's hit movies have touched on the topic of “playing God with science” Think Jurassic Park, Evolution, and The 6th day. Those movies have predicted how wrong science can go when we start playing God with living DNA. Obviously these tales are based in fiction, but there is truth in fiction. Was there not a time, when the world being round was nothing more then fiction thought up by a man? I will be interested to see how they handle living life in objects and the responsibility and care that need to go with this discovery.
How does the science discussed by Bawazer relate to Bronowski’s belief about science as imaginative and...
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