The Blirpothropic Principle and the Problem with an Intelligent Designer

Blirp drinking zasza as created by a somewhat intelligent designer (the author)

This is a not-too-serious look at the argument often posed against the idea of a creator God or intelligent designer. (With a nod to Benjamin Cain for his idea of Blort.)

Jim Mason doesn’t think much of God as a designer. In his post God as Intelligent Designer he believes he does away with the God hypothesis by showing that humans are very…

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Husband, father, grandfather, semi-retired, farm advocate, author, communicator. Deeply curious about science, nature, spirit and history.

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Gerald R. Baron

Gerald R. Baron

Husband, father, grandfather, semi-retired, farm advocate, author, communicator. Deeply curious about science, nature, spirit and history.

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