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The Origin of Life by Chance or Design: Dr. Duane Gish

Monday, May 29, 2017 8:58
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Dr Gish Explains why each one of these problems makes the origin of life by chance an impossibility:

The early earth environment:  An atmosphere with oxygen is fatal to any chance of life forming.  So is an atmosphere without it.

Amino acids that form outside of a living cell are produced in the left hand and right hand configuration.  Living cells contain only left the left handed and any protein that contains even one right handed amino acid is typically useless.

Amino acids do not link up by themselves outside of a living cell.

Amino acids need to be in specific sequences to produce functional proteins.

There would never be a high enough conentration of amino acids to produce proteins.

There would be no free phosphoric acid (essential for life) in the ocean.

The introduction as well as the rest of the recording contains lots of quotes from scientists.  The Darwinian therory of evolution is in question by many scientists.

Dr. Gish explains the trivial nature of the Miller experiment.

 

 

Link Here (Youtube video. Audio only):

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIAXsAru4mo

 

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  • wirkbot

    Anticipating comments and knowing some commentors will not have “viewed” the video:

    Summary:

    No environmental conditions conducive to spontaneos generation of life have existed on earth or elsewhere.

    But if they did, No amino acids would be formed in high enough concentrations to form a protein (also, some amino acids that do not occure in nature would be formed).

    But if some were, These would be produceed in left and right handed types which would be used to produce useless protiens.

    But if only left handed amino acids were formed, these would not combine to form proteins, This happens only in living cells.

    But if they did, The vast majority (an astronomical understatement) would be formed in useless sequences.

    Even if they formed useful sequences (proteins that would make up any possible living cell as well as the variety of proteins needed for life) you must have a means of making exact duplicates of these inside the cell and of the entire cell (some form of reproduction).

    Straight forward science.

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