Bullshit. GCAT can link to themselves and G to C (only) and A to T (only)
We've been here before. The G to C and A to T refers to the complementary pairing to form DNA from RNA
It's a complex world where people are free to choose what they wish to believe.
Quote:I guess you had no choice about that either...1) I would argue there is no such thing as free will;
cicerone imposter wrote:Yabut we still don't need to waste class time teaching that unicorns fart rainbows.It's a complex world where people are free to choose what they wish to believe.
The fact that the denier is posting on a2k must be a fluke. LOL
The question is, do you have a dog or someone with faith close by?
such overly simplistic argumentation via semantics is in fact far removed from free will's confirmation.
InfraBlue wrote:I think you are generalizing here. I remember the questions I had In school about the difficulty in explaining abiogenesis. I didn't mention God, wasn't even thinking about that. This was long before I was aware of the debate about teaching 'creationism' in school. I was genuinly curious about the question but the teacher just gave me a disparaging look and ignored the question.They're not just questioning evolution. They're opposed to it on religious grounds. Their entire take on it isn't scientific.
Asking about the odds of a certain chain of polypeptides organizing by chance is not being unscientific. To the contrary, it is the natural question to ask if you are scientific.
Is Atheism the New Age Religion?
Fresco wrote:Is Atheism the New Age Religion?
Thomas wrote:Fresco wrote:Is Atheism the New Age Religion?
Fresco wrote that?
You're confusing long odds with impossibility. As long as there is a chance within given odds, it's possible. What are the odds against an intelligent designer/creator?
Sorry for not catching that you were refering to the ICR, I'm not familiar with them.
InfraBlue wrote:Yes, there is a chance that abiogenesis is possible. But in every attempt to actually quantify that chance, the number turns out to be something less than 1 chance in 10^500. When you consider that there are something like 10^50 atoms in the earth, it's a really long shot.You're confusing long odds with impossibility. As long as there is a chance within given odds, it's possible. What are the odds against an intelligent designer/creator?
But if and when the designer/creator shows up, it would come as no surprise because the evidence for design is virtually everywhere, after the fact.