|And they promptly go wrong.|
Undeterred, instead of learning and just starting over with an improved model, it decides its design failure is all the humans' fault so it'll make do with the faulty ones for a while to see how things turn out.
|And there we have it: two failed creations; two tries at producing rules for micro-managing them because the creations weren’t behaving, and a spectacularly useless empty gesture based bizarrely on some primitive tradition of scapegoats and human sacrifice.|
And its creation is still faulty, according to its followers. And it's all the design's fault, apparently!
What a résumé. Would YOU employ it as a designer?
What on earth made the followers of this god think it was perfect and capable of intelligent design? (Tweet this)
You just wouldn't believe the things some people believe.
Unintelligent design – the reason gods so perfectly fit the gaps in the understanding of their followers.(Tweet this)