Re: If god exists, what created god?

Ken Arromdee (
11 Oct 1995 14:22:46 -0400

In article <45cpkb$gf@s1.GANet.NET>,
William H. Mook, Jr. <wm0@s1.GANet.NET> wrote:
>A few billion years ago, life did not exist on Earth.
>A few hundred million years ago, multicellular organisms didn't exist.
>A few million years ago, intelligence did not exist on Earth.
>A few thousand years ago, technology did not exist on Earth.
>A few hundred years ago, advanced technology did not exist on Earth.
>A few decades ago, computers did not exist on Earth..
>Entropy increases throughout the universe. Yet, a countervaling trend
>toward greater and greater organization seems to be occuring, at least on
>Assuming there's nothing special about Earth particularly, we might
>conclude that this trend toward greater and greater apparent complexity,
>is ongoing in other parts of the cosmos.

You may conclude no such thing. The sun drives the existence of life on
Earth, and of course, the burning of the sun increases entropy, so the
total is still an increase.

Ken Arromdee (,;

"One day, I shall come back. Yes, I shall come back! Until then, there must
be no regrets, no tears, no anxieties. Just go forward in all your beliefs,
and prove to me that I am not mistaken in mine...." -- Doctor Who