” he who knows not and knows not that he knows not is a fool shun him”
Atheists are just plain dumb i.e fools and a well educated fool who is able to influence public policy is probably the ultimate nightmare.
These dumb atheists claim that evolution produced all life on earth. Evolution here means a process of descent with modification in the body of an organism devoid of intellectual input and produced solely by the effects of the laws of physics on matte
Naturally like all atheistic conclusions it is straight up dumb and the reason is straight forward. atheist secularists hold on to these foolish conclusions in order to say that there is no God and thus pursue all manner of depravity.
One of the 20th century’s most brilliant mathematician John von Neumann was able to appreciate that in order for evolution to occur it was necessary to have what he called a universal constructor.
At the core of Von Neumann’s universal constructor was an information processing component which read the code to build the body of the organism.
In short, John von Neumann’s insight into the requirements for evolution – here meaning a process of descent with modification in the body of an organism devoid of intellectual input and produced solely by the effects of the laws of physics on matter – was that a computer-like component which read the instructions for buliding the body of the organism was necessary.
Von Neumann recognised that in the formation of living organisms that the processes which involve information processing (computing) must be present before evolution can occur and he discovered this before DNA was discovered.
It should be noted that in human experience the only entity able to produce information processing is a mind .
Von Neumann universal constructor
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John von Neumann’s Universal Constructor is a self-replicating machine in a cellular automata (CA) environment. It was designed in the 1940s, without the use of a computer. The fundamental details of the machine were published in von Neumann’s book Theory of Self-Reproducing Automata, completed in 1966 by Arthur W. Burks after von Neumann’s death.
Von Neumann’s specification defined the machine as using 29 states, these states constituting means of signal carriage and logical operation, and acting upon signals represented as bit streams. A ‘tape’ of cells encodes the sequence of actions to be performed by the machine. Using a writing head (termed a construction arm) the machine can print out (construct) a new pattern of cells, allowing it to make a complete copy of itself, and the tape.
Von Neumann’s design has traditionally been understood to be a demonstration of the logical requirements for machine self-replication. However it is clear that far simpler machines can achieve self-replication. Examples include trivial crystal-like growth, template replication and Langton’s loops. But von Neumann was interested in something more profound: construction universality and evolution.
This universal constructor can be seen as an abstract simulation of a physical universal assembler.
Note that the simpler self-replicating CA structures (especially, Byl’s loop and the Chou-Reggia loop) cannot exist in a wide variety of forms and thus have very limited evolvability. Other CA structures such as the Evoloop are somewhat evolvable but still don’t support open-ended evolution. Commonly, simple replicators do not fully contain the machinery of construction, there being a degree to which the replicator is information copied by its surrounding environment. Although the Von Neumann design is a logical construction, it is in principle a design that could be instantiated as a physical machine. The issue of the environmental contribution to replication is somewhat open, since there are different conceptions of raw material and its availability.
The concept of a universal constructor is non-trivial because of the existence of garden of eden patterns. But a simple definition is that a universal constructor is able to construct any finite pattern of non-excited (quiescent) cells.
Von Neumann’s crucial insight is that part of the replicator has a double use; being both an active component of the construction mechanism, and being the target of a passive copying process. This part is played by the tape of instructions in Von Neumann’s combination of universal constructor plus instruction tape.
The combination of a universal constructor and a tape of instructions would i) allow self-replication, and also ii) guarantee that the open-ended complexity growth observed in biological organisms was possible. The image below illustrates this possibility.
This insight is all the more remarkable because it preceded the discovery of the structure of the DNA molecule by Watson and Crick, though it followed the Avery-MacLeod-McCarty experiment which identified DNA as the molecular carrier of genetic information in living organisms. The DNA molecule is processed by separate mechanisms that carry out its instructions and copy the DNA for insertion for the newly constructed cell. The ability to achieve open-ended evolution lies in the fact that, just as in nature, errors (mutations) in the copying of the genetic tape can lead to viable variants of the automaton, which can then evolve via natural selection