Literature and the internet are great. That's kind of why this discussion exists, there are conflicting explanations and neither party truly "gets" the logic of the other.
|Who are you to say what the "biological protocol" should be? |
I am no authority as a person because anything I say is pure opinion but with varying degrees of physical evidence. However, decades of scientific testing tend to favor the physics (but yes, cannot discount god). Be aware that science is never absolute, from hypotheses to laws, nothing is absolute. If that is enough to dissuade you from physical explanations, so be it. Realize, though, that the same logic can be applied to religion and faith.
|How can we say that the Nazis were wrong in what they were doing? Hitler was doing what he thought was right. He wanted a superior race and thought everybody else was holding us (humans) back in the evolutionary process. |
Nazis do not perceive non-Aryans as human and, as such, find their actions are moral. It's akin to killing an animal that is trying to hurt you because you want to ensure your own survival and procreation. Since non-Aryans are in fact human, their actions are detrimental to the species and part of why it can be considered "wrong".
|Your brain is not my brain, and if my brain says its ok to exterminate a weaker human, how can you tell me that it is wrong?|
Because the basis of your opinion ultimately harms other humans and potentially puts me in danger. This generates internal fear and distrust and this activates fear responses. Even that simple feeling of discomfort is a biological signal of wrongness.
|I just think good and evil is more than physical or biological. It's spiritual, and that makes sense to me.|
But do you acknowledge how "it's spiritual" is simply not enough for others?