Evolution violates the Law of Conservation of Energy


Definition of Law: (from Wikipedia) 

 The law of conservation of energy is a law of physics. It states that the total amount of energy in a system remains constant over time (is said to be conserved over time). A consequence of this law is that energy can neither be created nor destroyed: it can only be transformed from one state to another. The only thing that can happen to energy in a system is that it can change form: for instance chemical energy can become kinetic energy.

Law of Science’s Position:

The First Law of Thermodynamics is often called the Law of Conservation of Energy.  Energy can take different forms but the fact is that energy cannot be created or destroyed.  It can only change forms.  In any isolated system like the universre the energy remains the same.

As it relates to the Theory of Evolution, energy cannot create or destroy itself.  It can only change forms.  This begs the question, how did all of the energy in the universe get here?

While evolutionist may not like the idea that God created it because it is not scientific, they still have the problem of how energy got here.  Saying that it came out of the big bang does not solve the dilemma that the Law of Conservation of Energy presents.

Choose Between:

Scientists have not found any violation of this law up until the Theory of Evolution was proposed.  How did the energy get created?  How did it come from nothing?  At this point in history, it seems we have two choices:  1) God created it or 2) it appeared magically like the rabbit out of the hat.


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.