I have discovered a powerful proof that evolution is impossible, a discovery which points robustly if not unequivocally to creationism — all based on the thermodynamic nature of an image as rooted in the energy-regulating limbic center of the brain. Even if you are a diehard atheist, this reasoning should persuade you that competitive, cutthroat natural selection cannot be the method by which orderly matter and the brain came into existence. A comprehensive analysis of the brain, most notably the connection between the visual system and the brain’s energy- and weight-regulating core, proves beyond reasonable doubt that an image – and therefore consciousness itself – is intrinsic to creating and sustaining order in the brain.
Scrutiny of the brain’s energy-regulating design reveals that an image, thanks to its expectable finitude through time, is the means by which the Second Law is constrained. This means that an image is literally the interface between order and disorder, the finite and the infinite, existence and nonexistence. Here is the astonishing implication: in a personal universe where God (not matter) is fundamental, a vector between opposing tendencies equals the seeing of an image. In other words, perception is the very act of creating and sustaining order in the brain.
Evolution by natural selection is based on many assumptions, chief of which is that matter, not God, is fundamental. I have found that such a premise requires ignoring the way sensory data from throughout the body mass funnels into the energy-regulating core of the brain for the purpose of minimizing expectancy mismatch — equivalently restraining the Second Law as a function of the limbic modulation the motor system. An expectancy gap, determined to be about 200 ms in duration, equates to a regressive change which, as with all regressions, releases energy — in this case to be channeled into the movement which creates the anticipated state, or “image.” The perception of the image, its very presence, restrain this energy-releasing change, until the next instant of time when a modified or new image is contextually anticipated. We need to stop looking at the brain with the hope of finding how consciousness is an emergent property. It isn’t. In a God-centered universe, an image is the successful restraint of disorder by a transcendent, observing self — making it apparent that mind, not matter, is primary. An appraisal which, if true, means that the Universe itself, similarly a vector between order and disorder, requires the mind of God — biblically defined as invisible and transcendent.
Evolution can now be appreciated for what it is — a hoax perpetrated by those who are in rebellion against God. Indeed, evolutionary theory, contrary to conventional thinking, is far from proven by the evidence. As a point of fact, refutation of biblical creationism began long before fossil and other evidence conveniently came along to reinforce disdain for a Creator. It is of course easier for scientists to believe in and preach evolution than to jeopardize their niche in society. And most of the rest of us, lacking knowledge and confidence, go along for the ride, convinced that the evidence for evolution is there — failing to grasp how evidence, the same for all, must be interpreted by one’s worldview. In a nutshell, God is excluded by fiat proclaimed by those with increasingly vitriolic rhetoric toward Bible believers. There is a general failure to see that the world is in a gigantic battle between good and evil, God and Satan — and that the battleground is in the mind.
If you have persistent doubts about these claims and have not yet fully grasped the thermoregulatory logic of the brain’s cortico-limbic design, hush up until you have read my most recent book: Consciousness Finally Explained: A Perfect Synthesis of God and Brain. This and my earlier (778 page) book, Journey to the Center of the Brain: Explaining Mind in a Universe of Matter, prove unequivocally that creationism is the more scientific perspective. The earlier book explains how every major brain center functions around a regressive tendency and its restraint by an image — a perspective that is dependent upon God as encoded within neural design.. These books can be accessed HERE.
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