All came to be from blind forces
What’s a blind force? What do I call the force I hit a baseball with? A sentient force?
No no no…when we call a force “blind” we mean it is not directed to a goal.
So a blind force has no direction? That’s not true (and what about the forces I direct, any way?)
No, we mean that a blind force is not directed by mind.
So the force I hit the baseball with is another kind of force? The measurement of the force, the equations for it, the vector plotting, etc are different?
So no analysis of the force made you call it blind. So why did you say all came to be from blind forces?
Because we didn’t see the forces directed by human beings or intelligent things, etc.
But you didn’t see the forces that all things came to be from at all! Where did you learn about them?
From Science! From Physics!
But physics doesn’t care about the difference between blind forces and… whatever the opposite of blind forces are (you never came up with a decent name to call them). You didn’t learn about blind forces there.
It’s a postulate of physics, its methodological naturalism.
No it isn’t. Physics doesn’t distinguish between forces like you think it does at all. Physics is no more methodologically naturalist than it is methodologically theist, or spiritualist, or humanist, or animist. Physics has no tools whatsoever to figure out whether forces are blind or sentient. So where did you learn about “blind forces”?