I always found fractal shapes interesting. I think of them as a segments of eternity. Here is a clip from a documentary that introduces fractal geometry.https://youtu.be/xLgaoorsi9U
If this isn't proof that God exists, then there is no proving He exists scientifically. Evolutionists like to write this off as natural selection, but what evidence is there to suggest that natural selection is capable of critical thinking? That is circular logic in my opinion.
The flaw of macro evolution is that it assumes you can develop a functioning complex circuit with no THINKING needed (ignoring the problem of where energy would have come from since it couldn't have 'always existed'). And since the only way you can modify genetics is through mutations (corruptions), they are forced to use that as an explanation as to how DNA can change. Which is hilarious, since CANCER is the real result of a mutation.
Furthermore, if a biological creation with sentience could be evolved after a handful of billion of years (with spontaneous cell generation to kick it off); why don't we have complex inorganic
objects that evolved over time? Because it would be far easier to 'evolve' a computer with inorganic material than it would be with a human being. Yet nothing of the sort ever happened, someone had to THINK and design the circuit for a computer.
So the question should be... 'why didn't we have
computers instead of having to make them?'Computers are presently undergoing devolution at the moment, by the way.