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Understanding the Laws of Thermodynamics and Origins, Part 2

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[Continued from Part 1]

What joy this is to take in just a little bit of God’s amazing power: examine it, teach it and do science demos to expose it. To think that we cannot even grasp in our finite, limited understanding His miraculous power. He parted the red sea, devised the Virgin Birth, empowered the bodily resurrection… and to think that there are over 7 billion people on this planet, each with different fingerprints—and no two snowflakes have the same design. What power!

Let’s do a thought experiment

Photographic Portrait of Albert EinsteinEinstein was famous for his thought experiments.

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Let’s say we have a robot and this robot can be commanded to move forward, backwards, and jump. In this robot we find the hard drive where all the information is stored to make the robot do all that it does.

The hard drive is like the brain. Let’s weigh that robot on a scale. Let’s say it weighs 10 pounds. Now let’s press the delete button to erase all the information in the robot and reweigh it.

Is the robot going to weigh more, less or the same?

If you said the same you are on the right road. It will weigh the same. What does that prove?

That information is not matter…

Matter is anything that takes up space and has mass.

It is interesting that the more technology we have developed, the more information we can gather on a smaller hard drive. The goose bumps should be growing on your goose bumps and the twilight zone theme song should be playing in your mind because we a delving into things that are not what they seem or appear to be. this is just another example as to why the naturalistic big bang is a big bust.

Back to the laws of nature

If we assume that the FLRW metric equations are valid all the way back to the beginning of our universe, then we can follow them back in time, to a point where the equations suggest all distances between objects in the universe were zero or infinitesimally small. (This does not necessarily mean the universe was physically small at the Big Bang, although that is indeed one of the possibilities.) … We interpret the singularity from the FLRW metric as meaning that current theories are inadequate to describe what actually happened at the start of the Big Bang itself. Wikipedia: Chronology of the Universe

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Evolution claims that matter came from nothing—and then exploded, well, expanded impossibly quickly. I am referring to the Big Bang—something we were all taught growing up in government humanist infested schools and now sadly being taught in some Christian schools.

Having learned that information is not matter—and remember the big bang says in the beginning there was just matter—we all have some questions:

  • Where did the information come from to create that “singularity”?
  • Where did the space come from to hold that “singularity”?
  • Where did time come from so that “singularity” could exist in time to measure the events of that “singularity”?

It looks like they left out all the necessary steps: 1. You cannot have matter without information. 2. You cannot have information without space. 3. You cannot have matter without space to hold it, and 4. you cannot have any of it without time for it to exist.

But wait. We left out something really important!

What about energy? We have to have energy to create information and matter. The big bang does not tell us where the energy came from. Oops!

Back to the First Law

The first law only refers to matter and energy because science can only study things that can be seen, tasted, and touched in the present. Applications of the first law include

  • nature does not have the ability to create something from nothing,
  • energy cannot create itself,
  • you cannot get more energy than what you put into it (which also conforms to Newton’s laws of motion)
  • and the Lenz Faraday Law

But wait we have another problem!

What about the second law of thermodynamics and the law of entropy?

The first law says nature cannot create something from nothing whether it is in a closed or open system. The first law says you cannot get more energy than what you put into it.

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The second law says that information and living things, especially in an open system, go from order to disorder. This law of entropy is the measurement of decay over time because, in time, everything wears out and dies off; in time, information becomes more random and disorganized.

It takes too much faith for me to believe that all life, all matter came from that “singularity” that was far more dense than a black hole. Sounds more like a fairy tale for adults to me.

Trying to explain the creation of the universe without God is like saying a watch did not have a designer. It just takes too much faith.

I am going to add to what I said in my previous article about why some scientists refuse to give up this silly notion of evolution against all odds:

It is because in their minds they do not have a replacement theory.

They are willing to risk credibility and call that “singularity” science instead of humbling themselves and submitting to the truth of science.

For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who hold the truth in unrighteousness;
Because that which may be known of God is manifest in them; for God hath shewed it unto them.
For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse: Because that, when they knew God, they glorified him not as God, neither were thankful; but became vain in their imaginations, and their foolish heart was darkened. Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools, Romans 1:19-22

Mark Finkbeiner portrait 2018

Written by Mark Finkbeiner

Explorer, field trip guide, and creation science speaker. I've been studying science for over 25 years and teaching creation science for 16 years specializing in geology and electrical engineering. Founded the Tri-Cities Creation Science Club and has had a creation Science TV program for three years.

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