Law of Information Systems

Evolution violates the LAW  OF  INFORMATION  SYSTEMS

Definition of Law: (from Wikopedia)

The Laws of information systems are a collection of observations and generalizations characterizing the behavior of people, hardware, software, and procedures enclosed in a certain scope (an information system). Information systems is an amalgam of scientific and humanistic disciplines including computer science, management science and social sciences. It is therefore characterized by laws as well as a number of principles. These span the range of transaction processing, effective systems, user interfaces and system development.

Law of Science’s Position:

Information cannot come into existence of itself, by itself, and for itself. DNA is an enormous amount of information. It is more than equivalent to a set of plans telling a builder how to build the twin towers destroyed on Sept 11, 2001. The plans did not just happen.

DVDs, CD, hard drives, blueprints, books, etc. are just a few examples of information coded onto something.  Something (human or machine) reads that information and acts.  DNA is no different.

To think the Theory of Evolution is true is to think that DNA information just happens.  Believing this is no different than believing that the set of plans to build the World Trade Center just happened.  The plans to build the car you ride in just happened. 

Choose Between:

Scientists have not found any violation of this law up until the Theory of Evolution was proposed.  You have to choose to believe that information just appears or the Law of Information Systems is correct.

Conclusion: 

I must be intellectually honest and choose the most reasonable explanation.  This means I choose the Law and put the Theory of Evolution back into the “hypothesis” category.  I chose to believe science and the laws and principles of science; not a fairy tale that violates the Law of Information Systems.