I would imagine Captain America would be asked to be one of the first to accept this "honor", but of course he would decline thinking it was to "cosmic" for him as he's more a down to earth type of hero.
"Where did the universe come from: We dont know." And this is the big question.
Creationists have at least one possible answer, scientists have none. This is also why I don't lean one way or the other, just like stirring the pot :] figure it might get both sides seeing differently.
*caution:more rambling* Evolutionists take science/peoples words, creationists take a books words.....wait...aren't books written by people? One of those people were said to be the smartest man ever to live.......
*ducks and signs off for night*
P.S. @willpayton, just to let you know, I do appreciate your willingness to answer and the knowledge put into it.
It's also why I think II put "I think" or "maybe" I can't remember..at the beginning of my statement, I didn't want to put words in your mouth as it were.
@willpayton: It's always bugged me....where did that first super nova come from??
P.S. I suppose I'm what is called an agnostic, I neither believe nor disbelieve in either theory (I generally take them as that, a theory, as neither have been concretely proven to me). I don't recall hearing about creationism till my 30's (probably sooner but, meh.) But, being taught evolution right from elementary school, I always found it more of a joking matter than reality.
In that clay scenario? The clay the artist is molding/evolving has a persons hand doing the work, it's not evolving into anything on its own. They're not talking about where it came from or how it got to the store......there I go again, putting words in mouths.......shhhhh......