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What Is A Year Compaired To Infinity?

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Posted by Phil.o.sofir on October 9, 1999 13:50:20 UTC

: The amount of information required to define a single functional enzyme is shown to be more than chance combinations could produce from the entire known universe in the course of a quadrillion years.

***That "may" be true, but you are using two unknowns that totally change the equation. 1. the known universe (exactly how "far" does it go 2. that there is a restriction of "time" at some point.

Lets replace these to factors, now add up the probability of an enzime, presto! now we have no restrictions on thier occuring randomly.

Once these factors are accepted, so many of the outcomes of current equations will display how easy it is for the things that occur to occur in theory... And, well, i do not thing religions can survive such an adjustment.

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