I have a question - When I look out at the world, I see things
fall. And it looks to me like things fall for a reason. Most
people say this is because of gravity, but I also hear that
there are other explanations for why things fall.
I also see that the experts don't know everything.
Some chemists say that physical and chemical laws can't
account for biological information. Biochemists say many
biological systems are irreducibly complex. Mathematicians say
it is statistically impossible for the first cell to have been
assembled out of nothing. Geologists say that the fossil
record shows life appearing abruptly rather than gradually.
Astronomers say the Universe is so finely tuned that if you
just changed one constant by a smidgen, we wouldn't be
So obviously we don't know everything and we might be wrong
about some things. Doesn't it make sense, then, to study about
other explanations for why things fall?