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Posted by Luis Hamburgh on June 5, 2002 16:00:23 UTC


It boils down to one brief sentence in the last paragraph: "The creation of amino acids from Earth's raw materials may well have been the first step of evolution" (emphasis added).

>>>"Let's read that first sentence again. SCIENTIST created amino acids in a LABRATORY..."

In 1953 Stanley Miller simulated lightning (ever heard of it?) and applied it to naturally occuring compounds. If not in laboratory-type setting, where would you suggest a scientist perform such experiments?

>>>"You are posting science experiments from the 50's which have no bearing on the subject."

I'm sure this 1953 experiment is not discussed at ICR; after all, ignorance is bliss. But it was certainly a profound step forward, and remains one of the most important discoveries in the field of evolution. Anyone who claims otherwise is simply being ignorant.


You said evolutionists "have no idea" how evolution began. The link I provided clearly disputes that, as it suggests one way evolution may have begun. Unless you wish to assert that "one" equals "none," or that lightning, hydrogen, water, methane and ammonia are not naturally occuring phenomena, then you have to concede I was correct.


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