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The following is quoted from the third and the fourth paragraphs in
Quote: ”In fact, the statistical probability of randomly fashioning one gene from random combinations of all its constituent elements, is more than once chance in a hundred million trillion (Joseph & Schild 2010).
A single gene is incredibly complex consisting of a mosaic of linear sequences of base pairs and nucleotides which code for specific proteins. All cells are welded together with proteins. The first cellular organisms must have consisted of proteins–and their chains amino acids–which were precisely fashioned together so as to maintain life. Some argue that proteins and cells came first, and genes later. However, the probability of forming just a single protein consisting of a chain of 300 amino acids is (1/20)300 or 1 chance in 2.04 x 10390. Even if the one protein was only 104 amino acids long, the odds, by chance is 2 x 1065–meaning it would take 100 billion to a trillion years to randomly create a protein (Joseph & Schild 2010). As summed up by “Borel’s Law” (1962): any odds beyond 1 in 1050 have a zero probability of ever happening.” Unquote
Added on Feb. 21, 2017:
The above quote shows the impossible chance of abiogenesis. The following article shows past life is all over the cosmos:
So, abiogenesis never happened.
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