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    • Gary
    • 21.09.05 | 00:07 (IDT)

    Intelligent design (Creation) vs Evolution, Lets take a look of what makes life. A cell, lets say the simplest bacteria need 3 no 4 things. DNA- the genetic code, RNA - the code used to translate the genetic code into protein. Protein - The 3-D structure that organisms are made of, some of these proteins are called enzymes, They catalyze chemical reactions. Which must be contained in a container called a membrane. This is the chicken and the egg scenario. You need protein to make DNA, but you need DNA to make protein. You need protein to make RNA but you need RNA to make protein. You need a cell membrane to keep every thing together, but you need DNA, RNA and Protein, plus lipids (fats) to make a membrane. Now all proteins in all living organisms are left handed. All carbohydrates are right handed. (simplified chemistry) but by evolutionary theory they should be mixed (both left and right forms) Life is the most complex process in the universe. We may be able to learn its secrets but we are far from creating new living organisms. An F-16 is simple compared to the functions of a living cell.

    from the article: The absurdity of intelligent design
    First published 00:00 19.09.05 | Last updated 00:00 19.09.05
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