Is Asimov good enough for you evolutionists? "Another way of stating the second law then is, 'The Universe is constantly getting more disorderly' Viewed that way we can see the second law all about us. We have to work hard to straighten a room, but left to itself it becomes a mess again very quickly and very easily. Even if we never enter it, it becomes dusty and musty. How difficult to maintain houses and machinery, and out own bodies in perfect working order: how easy to let them deteriorate. In fact, all we have to do is nothing, and everything deteriorates, collapses, breaks down, wears out, all by itself--- and that is what the second law is all about." [Isaac Asimov, "In the Game of Energy and Thermodynamics You Can't Even Break Even", Smithsonian Institution Journal (June 1970), p. 6 ============ Now I know that there were violent objections to my mentioning -- daringly -- a generalized law of entropy. However it seems Asimov thought nothing of calling it the Second Law of Thermodynamics all along! And if things are running down, wearing out, becoming disorganized as a general rule, then logic tells us they must have started out new, fresh, organized... That's what the Bible says, too, coincidently!