In Japan, one of the world's largest supercomputers is called "K." K computes at a speed in excess of ten thousand trillion floating point operations in one second. A team of programmers programmed K to simulate 1 second of 1% of the processing power of the human brain. It took years to write the program and it K 40 minutes to run it. The brain processes this 1% 2400 times as fast as K, or the equivilant of 124 trillion timed, organized computations with specific purpose in the time that it takes a camera to take a picture - 1/25 of one second. Evolutionary "science" would have us believe that this computing power occurred through a series of accidental mutations, dying animals and environmental pressures. All God arguments aside, this is simply not a rational explanation.
But what about the God explanation? Is it rational?
Consider this. In the middle ages, this same "science" taught that the world was balanced on the back of a giant turtle because the scientists would not consider anything beyond what they could touch, no matter how irrational their conclusion might have been. But if they had taken the time to consider their Creator, they would have learned that two millineums before they lived He had already stated with clarity exactly how He positioned the earth. In the oldest book in the bible, scripture tells us that He "hung [suspended] the earth upon nothing" (Job 26:7).
Perhaps they should reconsider. Perhaps they do not see everything after all.
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