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#47 - I'm just saying that we have faith in different things. Yo… 10/12/2012 on Read it in a book 0
#44 - That's for sure, but scientific discovery has never disproved …  [+] (2 new replies) 10/12/2012 on Read it in a book 0
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#45 - ronyx (10/12/2012) [-]
yet
#47 - kazuni (10/12/2012) [-]
I'm just saying that we have faith in different things.
You have faith in science, which constantly changes and is inconsistent.
I have faith in God, which is compatible with all the observed world.
#43 - Fascinating. I feel bad asking this since I didn't give an… 10/12/2012 on Read it in a book 0
#23 - Great point. There are several cases of evidence for …  [+] (9 new replies) 10/11/2012 on Read it in a book +1
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#31 - ronyx (10/11/2012) [-]
I wouldn't be so quick to rule out the "impossibility of our universe" we may not understand it now, nor have the technology to prove it or help us understand it. But that does not mean we won't be able to do so in the future, keep in mind we have only had computers for less than 100 years and look at all we have learned and proved.
#44 - kazuni (10/12/2012) [-]
That's for sure, but scientific discovery has never disproved the necessity of God, and the idea of God has never been compromised (and, according to most theists, has been around forever).
People act as though theism is crazy, but naturalism has its own set of improbabilities.

I can't make you believe in God, but I can explain why it makes sense if you want.
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#45 - ronyx (10/12/2012) [-]
yet
#47 - kazuni (10/12/2012) [-]
I'm just saying that we have faith in different things.
You have faith in science, which constantly changes and is inconsistent.
I have faith in God, which is compatible with all the observed world.
#30 - sacrilegious (10/11/2012) [-]
Of course evolution doesn't account for the original organism. That's not what it does. That's like saying that any theory of gravity is inherently false because it doesn't account for the original matter.
#29 - tommythek (10/11/2012) [-]
Actually, there's more evidence for an original life form (known as LUCA, Last Universal Common Ancestor) than you think. Scientists have recreated many organic molecules (such as amino acids and nucleobases) in the lab, which are the precursors for life. There were a few ways they could have been created through inorganic substances here on Earth which have all been recreated in a lab, done under all the possible circumstances of what the early Earth was like.

In addition, comets and other similar space debris could have deposited the amino acids along with many other organic precursors to life such as fatty acids, ammonia, and even nucleobases to early Earth. This has not just speculation either, the contents of asteroids and comets have been analyzed, and there have been tests to see if those types of molecules could survive impact (which they not only could, but the force actually caused amino acids to form peptide bonds making them into longer chains).

Membranes which surround cells is easily explained, as when the phospholipids that make up membranes are placed in water, hydrophobic and hydrophillic reactions cause them to spontaneously form a spherical shape.

As far as DNA goes, you in one sense are correct, it is implausible that it could have formed from such simple materials on its own, and most scientists don't believe it did. This does not call for a need for intelligent design though, as RNA would be a simpler molecule that would be a precursor. Within clay minerals, the nucleobases that were present were concentrated and would have been able to form short simple pieces of RNA about 2-40 nucleotides long (recreated in a lab under not-as-early Earth conditions). Of the RNA that was created, there would have been some that coded for catalyzation of its own replication (like rybozymes still do today).

Any questions?
#43 - kazuni (10/12/2012) [-]
Fascinating.
I feel bad asking this since I didn't give any, but do you have citations?
#32 - yeahguy (10/11/2012) [-]
FUCK I WANT TO LAUGH, WHY AM I LEARNING?!
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