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Re: My Faith Lies In Evolution... I Was A Horrible Physics Student, Though I'm Learning :o)

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Posted by Greg Armel on November 24, 1999 20:25:05 UTC

tenacious: It is possible that abiogenesis be wrong, while evolution is simultaneously correct.

Greg: It is unlikely that the creation of Life from organic molecules is wrong since this allows for the Creation of Life that suits whatever enviromental conditions exist from the same base material, which is in fact another indication of intelligent design.

If Nature alone were responsible, it would tend to require a recurrence of the same conditions which were successful the first time, rather then start out with a means of providing for every conceivable circumstance.

Nature could not have foreseen a design that would suit every environmental condition throughout the universe, yet that is the Nature of Life derived from organic molecules.

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