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Re: What Is A Year Compaired To Infinity?

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Posted by bzrd on October 9, 1999 20:01:42 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.

bzrd here: Is there anything that is not possible? If not then, the theory that life can originate from inert matter is unfalsifiable, and therefore disqualified as a viable scientific construct. In short, there is no evidence that would convince you (short of God flying an airplane around your house with a banner that says "I am here!") that there is a Creator.

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