The first law of thermodynamics states that the total amount of mass and energy in the universe is fixed and although it can change form, it cannot be created or destroyed. Countless experiments have always found this to be true.

A conclusion of this law is that natural processes cannot create energy. “Consequently, energy must have been created by some agency or power outside and independent of the natural universe. Furthermore, if natural processes cannot produce mass and energy–the relatively simple inorganic portion of the universe–then it is even less likely that natural processes can explain the much more complex organic (or living) portion of the universe.”

The only other alternative to the first law of thermodynamics is to assume that the universe itself is eternal and has always existed. Yet this contradicts the second law of thermodynamics that says the universe is “winding down.” Countless experiments have also always found this to be true. If the universe is winding down, who wound it up?

It is only because the naturalistic redefinition of science starts with the assumption that God did not create all matter and energy that evolutionary scientists are forced to ignore these basic laws of observable science.

From A Closer Look at the Evidence by Kleiss, August 25.

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