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Questions for Evolutionists, whatever an evolutionist is, from Mr Kent Hovind. I'll just go and find a biologist to tackle his attempt at disproving evolution by natural selection.
Oh wait hang on...
1. Where did the space for the universe come from?
That sounds like a cosmology question Kent. The universe doesn't displace anything, and as such requires no space. The universe creates its own space, which it is still doing at an increasing rate even today.
2. Where did matter come from?
The matter condensed out of the energy of the Big Bang, after inflation the matter in the universe was a mix of quarks and gluons. At 1.0 × 10-6 seconds after the Big Bang they formed protons and neutrons.
3. Where did the laws of the universe come from (gravity, inertia, etc.)?
The laws of nature are inherit to the universe, they were created at the Big Bang.
4. How did matter get so perfectly organized?
I don't accept the premise that matter is perfectly organised.
5. Where did the energy come from to do all the organizing?
Actually it was the energy of the Big Bang that kept atoms from forming, the temperature and density of the universe had to decrease before quarks and gluons could form baryons (protons and neutrons). They were literally too energetic whizzing around too fast for the nuclear forces to have any impact.
More of his silly questions to come at a later date, maybe he could get onto biology.