Skip to comments.Scientists May Have Found How Life Began
Posted on 05/14/2009 8:19:44 PM PDT by AngieGal
British scientists said on Wednesday that they had figured out key steps in the process by which life on Earth may have emerged from a seething soup of simple chemicals, according to Agence France-Presse.
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The more they find out about the complexity of life, the more they can't explain it without the Creator.
Absolutely right, but they'll never stop trying.
The scientists are wasting their time; this question has been answered. The just need the correct textbook:
1 In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. “
God must have a good laugh everyday at the folly and importance we give ourselves.
When God returns they’ll regret not checking His Word for the Truth.
the fact that they have continually tried the ‘pre biotic’ soup, THAT HAS NVR BEEN SHOWN TO EXIST...all in order to keep the house of cards from tumbling...
Thank God for God.
As though RNA could just pop into existance. They make fools of themselves daily.
>>The more they find out about the complexity of life, the more they can’t explain it without the Creator.
Science is silent on the Creator.
But as secrets of His Universe unfolds, many scientists become believers.
Any child can comprehend “*POOF* and many of limited knowledge leave it at that.
When one sees just enough to know there is so much more to be seen, one appreciates the magnificence of the Universe and the idea that there is indeed Someone who started it all.
I believe in the Holy trinity, however, creationism is not science, it’s a belief system. Yes, God created all. I am not disputing that.
However, God put in motion the process in which man was created. God doesn’t play dice with the universe, but as Job learned, God’s actions are beyond our understanding.
The irony... the irony...
Well, if you want to look at it that way who made the soup? It wasn’t the Barefoot Contessa.
Psst, over here!
Hmmm...just think how red-faced they will be when they finally realize that God created the heavens and the earth and everything in it!
I think we must have passed each other by when we hit send :o)
“British scientists said on Wednesday that they had figured out key steps in the process by which life on Earth may have emerged from a seething soup of simple chemicals, according to Agence France-Presse.”
My Sunday School teacher explained it to me when I was five....
If life could just pop up out of a primordial soup then every time a septic tank takes a lighting strike we should have a new lifeform.
It’s full of all the necessary stuff required for life and the electrical jolt should provide the necessary impetus for kicking replication off.
Here’s one for you.
Begin with a single cell life form. Then consider billions of mutations (which are mistakes) occur that create more sophisticated and higher order life forms, where cells decide to do various functions, form limbs or wings, arms, legs until eventually a man is born. I don’t believe things mutate to superior life forms - but if we assume they did, can some one give me a probability of it occurring in the incredible spectrum of various species that now exist. They do not teach the probability associated with this theory because it would point to infeasibility. The odds don’t work. It is the backward analysis - that points to the human being and says ‘this is the only way he could have gotten here.’
As for mutating up, the sun provides the third party energy intro to a closed system. I still do not understand how things can systematically organize themselves to get better. Things tend to tear down, wear down and break down, like a home, which constantly needs repair or it is ultimately destroyed by the elements. Homes don’t build themselves. You cannot take rock, sand, water and metal and put it into a bingo drum and turn it for one billion years under sunlight and expect an apple computer to pop out. Yet - that is what they expect you to believe is the origin of life. Matter, defying the laws of physics, arranges itself in better and better ways, first as a single celled life form then in greater mutations to eventually becoming something that looks like a Michael Dukakis.
Improbable if not impossible.
Primeordial soup?..........yeah right.
And the sound that was heard a split second before the big bang was ...........UH OH!
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