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The above headline (Did a Copying Mistake Build Man’s Brain?) is from the following the article on Fox News.

Is it rational to believe that a copying mistake was responsible for building man’s brain?

1.)  If a copying mistake built man’s brain, then our thoughts are nothing more than chemicals fizzing.  What makes one person’s fizzing more valid than anyone else’s?

2.)  If a copying mistake built man’s brain, then how do you know that your reasoning is reliable?

3.)  If a copying mistake built man’s brain, what is truth and how is it verified?

4.)  If a copying mistake built man’s brain, what is your grounding for the Laws of Logic?

5.)  If a copying mistake built man’s brain, how can you know anything for certain?

6.)  If a copying mistake built man’s brain, how do you account for universal, immaterial and invariant Laws of Mathematics?

7.)  If a copying mistake built man’s brain, where did Logic come from?  Did it exist before man’s brain got copied in error?

8.)  If a copying mistake built man’s brain, how do we know our thoughts are not a result of that error?

9.)  If a copying mistake built man’s brain, how do you know your senses are valid?

10.) If a copying mistake built man’s brain, what is your basis for trusting your memories?

How can ANYTHING be known with absolute certainty if a copying mistake built our brains?

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