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Posted by Sam Patterson on June 5, 2002 13:59:41 UTC

"Sam, please join the rest of us in the 21st century."

LH, please understand what you are posting.

This link does not help evolution at all. In fact, it might hurt it. Here are 2 reasons why:

1. They created "building blocks of life," amino acids. Is this life? NO! In fact, read the next sentence: "Amino acids are necessary to form proteins which themselves form the structure of cells and play important roles in the biochemical reactions life requires." So now they have amino acids, which need to make protiens, which need to make basic strutures in the cell, which need to make the cell. All of this is an INCREDIBLE complex task, and is impossible from non-living material.

2. Scientist created amino acids in a labratory.
Let's read that first sentence again. SCIENTIST created amino acids in a LABRATORY. Ok, were there any scientist around when 'life' arose from non-living material? Did the paramecium have lab equipment worth thousands of dollars? Even brillant scientist can not create life, only the basic building blocks, and they are infinetly wiser than random chance.

You are posting science experiments from the 50's which have no bearing on the subject. Who needs to join who in the 21'st century? KC2GWX 73's

BTW It's obviously not going to be that easy to chase this troll away! :)

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