Sorry for the crappy link from earlier. I was busy you know, but thanks a ton for making me feel like dirt. That always saves someone from killing themselves...(fyi I'd never commit suicide, just a side note) Anyway, what is intelligent design? It's the theory that everything in the known universe is simply too perfect. The idea that something or rather someone must have had some if not total involvement in the formation of our world, solar system, galaxy and even the universe. Like all theories, including the theory of evolution and the big bang, this cannot be proven...so don't try to disprove it. But feel free to discuss it and disagree with it. Looking at the other possibilities, such as stars, planets and LIFE just appearing out of the blue with some random mixing of particles that combined with each other, intelligent design makes a little more sense out of it. Why would the particles come together and form life? Isn't it possible that they were pushed together? Brought together, instead of almost illogically floating into each other? What are the odds that big balls of masses would appear and gain a gravitational pull, when they are just floating around in the nothingness of space? Why is our earth the only one we know of with the proper terms (distance from the sun, water, oxygen, carbon) for supporting life? If the universe could be formed, but only one planet out of the so many we know can support life, wouldn't it be possible that someone deemed it so? Every detail of life...every living species...how can it be that a small clump of particles became the embodiment of perfection that we are now? Why are humans the only non-primitive form of intelligent life, if the same clump of particles formed us and all the rest of the life forms we see? So, give that some thought, and let me know what you think.