May 19, 2011

The Revolution Theory holds that the creation and nature of the universe and all living things are best explained by a revolutionary process involving an infinite number of infinitely smaller revolutions, or alterations, of the substance of the universe. Revolution Theory is thus a scientific disagreement with competing theories of the creation of the universe, including, among others, the Theory of Evolution and the pseudoscientific Intelligent Design theory.

Revolution Theory proponents, like all scientists, believe that science should be conducted objectively, without regard to the implications of its findings, and without philosophic or religious assumptions. Some people believe that this is particularly necessary in origins science because of its historical (and, thus, very subjective) nature, and because it is a science that can be perceived as impacting religion. However, like all true science, Revolution Theory is neutral with regard to religion. It is neither compatible with religion or incompatible with it. Revolution Theory makes no postulation as to whether the revolutions themselves are guided or unguided by any force, religious, intelligent or otherwise.

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