You know what I am saying. If my state’s legislature passed a law saying that it was legal to drive drunk, then it would be legal to drive drunk.
If my state’s legislature passed a law stating that the speed of light was 5 mph, the speed of light would not slow to 5 mph to be in compliance with the law.
Asserting that laws of nature point to an intelligence does not make it so. I can repeat again and again that rainbows point to invisible pink unicorns, but repetition doesn’t make it so.
False. Natural laws are human constructs that have no authority over nature.
Have you never heard of homographs? These are words that are spelled the same but have different meanings in different contexts. Just because two words are spelled the same does not mean that they inherently mean the same thing. This is a basic rule of language that I was taught in 2nd grade, for crying out loud.