Today I’ve had the chance to sit back and relax a little bit, and as I’ve done that, I’ve kind of just let my mind wander. One of the things I’ve thought about is the idea that everything we see around us in the world evolved from some sort of primordial soup. You know, if you take a moment to really think about the idea, it’s pretty absurd. I mean seriously – with as perfectly as the world around us is connected together and the complexity of those connections (and even the complexity of the the organisms themselves,) it’s pretty ridiculous to think that it just sort of happened by chance, even over the course of millions of years. That’s not to say that species can’t adapt to changes in their environment, because they do, but the idea that things moved from gloppy goop to trees, birds, animals, fish, humans, etc. really doesn’t make any logical sense.