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Case-Making 101: 12 things Darwinian evolution can’t answer but Intelligent Design can – Truth, Faith and Reason

December 29, 2017

“…Francis Crick, Nobel prize winner and co-discoverer of the molecular structure of DNA has said:“To produce the miracle of molecular construction, all the cell needs to do is string together the amino acids (which make up the polypeptide chain of DNA) in the correct order. This is a complicated biochemical process. Suppose the chain is about 200 amino acids long and, since we have just twenty possibilities at each place, the number of possibilities is twenty multiplied by itself some 200 times. This is conveniently written 20 to the 200th power, that is, a 1 followed by 260 zeros? This number is quite beyond our everyday comprehension.”

 What does that look like?

To create this one single strand of DNA (by chance) is mathematically one chance in…

1,0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000

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0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000…”

According to probability theorists, anything with longer odds than 1 in 10 to the 50th power is mathematically impossible. What does this tell us? That an origin of life without guidance by an intelligent agent is impossible!

Source: Case-Making 101: 12 things Darwinian evolution can’t answer but Intelligent Design can – Truth, Faith and Reason

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