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Evolutionism, Point of Logic

Point of Logic in the Natural Theory of Evolution

The hypothesis of a Solar System Evolution (i.e., formation by random events) is in dispute with Reality. Random events do not dominate the Universe.

Point of Logic: In order for an event to be truly random, the event needs to be Sub-Natural (i.e., an event of Chaos - an entropy product [1]). Once the Sub-Natural event has entered the Natural Template, the event becomes confined and directed; the event loses the true randomness of Chaos. Therefore, there can be no Natural Theory of Evolution - only a Sub-Natural Theory of Evolution. Thus, the best lie is the subtlest lie.

The Natural Template of the Solar System is not a random event. Please Note: The Pluto/Neptune anomaly of the Titius-Bode progression is predicted in the Initial Mass Displacements of the Solar System. The anomaly is not a random event.[2]--FinalNotice 12:24, 6 January 2010 (UTC)