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Re: First Things First

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Posted by S Hunter Simpson/">S Hunter Simpson on June 18, 1999 16:48:26 UTC

: Is it not implicit in his theory that every trait that is present in an organism has a biological precurser? YES (such a good point)

An atheist can only explain the first DNA with a possibility model of the first amino acid: A certain atmosphere (like carbon monoxide, methane, ammonia, and water vapor) Then the right catalyst (like a bolt of lightning)

But, the chances of something like that happening are impossible, and even if they did, where's the backup supply of amino acids to match up the would be template amino acid, AND how did it evolve into the complexity of life we have today (isn't that against the second law of thermodynamics)?

The problem with creation is that you have to submit to God (so people just say, "one's as impossible as the other" which is true for some, unfortunately)

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