Will believers in Intelligent Design be able to embrace the incredibly promising and innovative solutions outlined in Luke Bawazer’s Tedtalk while rejecting Darwin’s theory?
Yes. One will be able to believe in intelligent Design while embracing Mr. Bawazer's ideals. It is easy to see that Darwin's theory is not longer accurate as we learn more about life at a molecular level. Darwin talked about a cell as a blob of goo. Not holding very much. Now as microscopes can see at a cellular level and past. We can see that the cell is very complex and that there is mechanical parts within the cell at the bacterial level. It is
…show more content…
It is something not done before making it innovative. Following the understating in Robert Bernstein film “Art + Science = Innovation” Bawazer Ideals fit the process from imagination to Innovative. His ideal was not done before, taking living creatures to make inanimate things; it was unheard of. He then had to think how he could make it a reality and if the processes to do so already existed, which they did. Then is it profitable to become innovative and it is. It is a change from our wasteful creation process. He is taking already living organism and harnessing the power he needs for specific creations. This fits with Bronowski view in “The Nature of Scientific Reasoning” Of Copernicus imagination of the earth orbiting the sun. “his first step was a leap of imagination-”. Not only was this Copernicus first step but also Bawazers. He imagined the world powered by little lifeforms guided by the hands of science to fit different manufacturing needs. Bronowski also states “The act of fusion is the creative act” here Bawazer is fusing these living lifeforms abilities such as transferring energy. Then taking that and putting it into products that have such a need, like solar panel or light-bulbs.
Is Bawazer’s discussion the dawning of a new scientific paradigm as discussed by Kuhn?
Yes It could be. It could be a new form of microbiology or more likely a new kind of microbiologist-engineer. Bawazer ideal could fit with Kuhn theory of “normal science” that fits