I have been reading some physics recently and I find some inconsistencies between some of the theories and evolution. This is not a thread that traditionally has been about acceptance of biblical scripture or evolutionary theory. Although I have always been interested why no other religion (other than Christianity) gets into the fray,there have been endless discussions on that topic. This thread, however, is about a seemingly contradiction between evolution and physics. Interesting theories in physics, such as Superstring theory throw possibilities of 11 dimensions, which effectively means 11 universes. This being the case, how can evolution be the origin of the species? Presumably, evolution is a planetary driven explanation, not a universally driven one, let alone 11 universes. My observations are the following: 1. The universe created the basis for the environment which then produced human beings; 2. The origin of the species has to be determined in the causation of the universe; 3. Evolution cannot do that. Evolution is a subsidiary and a dependent explanation of the origin of the species, rather than a primary one; 4. Without an explanation of the origin of the laws governing the universe, evolution is a very weak presentation on the origin of the species; 5. Physics views the world in terms of forces and, in this model, human beings are seemingly units of bio-electromagnetic energy. How does evolution explain the origins of this energy? 6. It seems to suggest, at the highest, that evolutionary forces can vary the bio-electromagnetic energy form, but it does not explain its origins. Although I am a (very) preliminary reader in physics, is there a case that the biggest test for the evolutionary argument is in the scientific sphere, not the metaphysical one? I would be interested to hear other people's opinions on this. There seems to me an inconsistency between the two branches of science.