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|#82 - "How can evolution be real if your evidence isn't real?" [+] (22 new replies)||11/29/2013 on Wut?||+609|
#799 - fairnheight (11/29/2013) [-]
Take the number of possible DNA combinations. That value is some number followed by over 12,000 zeroes.
Now take the number of seconds in 4.5 billions years. That value is followed by, I believe, about 17 zeroes.
Possible DNA Combinations
Seconds in 4.5 billion years
= a value also followed by 12,000 zeroes.
Point being, in order to resolve human DNA to its modern form, mother nature would have to resolve an ungodly number of iterations per second for all of 4.5 billion years, and had to have started with a workable protein. This is ONLY human DNA, not the 20 million-odd other DNA strains for all other plants and animals. However, you get to subtract a measly trillion or so combinations that modern humans share as variable characteristics (since the point is to produce a strain capable of generating modern man, not expressing each and every ultimate possibility).
Sorry, science. You built the concept of evolution around a complex protein that, in the beginning, you didn't even know existed--much less understand the magnitude of its complexity. Just a few short years ago, science referred to unknown segments of the DNA as "junk DNA" only to find an entire world of functionality occurring in these segments.
Archaeologists are just now recovering dino skin tissue. I'll ignore for now the desperate need of science to explain the process by which dino tissue survived 65 millions years. The point is, once science has a look at the ATP motor within (what is thought to be) an ancient specimen, and if there's no difference between today's ATP motor and that of presumably millions-years-old ATP motors, then this will be the absolute end of evolution for thinking, honest people.
If you evolutionists want to save your religion, here's my best advice: tell the archaeologists to stop digging!
#817 - ilcecchino (11/30/2013) [-]
I am no scientist or anything. but you do realise that time is simply does not exist. time was created by humans.. well atleast the time we know to measure our existance, so by saying "mother nature woudl have to resolve and ungodly number of iterations per second" means nothing. cause what is a second to nature? think of all the living cells in your body, and now the world, from the grass, microorganisms, everything. that's an ungodly amount of cells. each one dividing and multiplying. so there could easily be trillions upon trillions of your "iterations" in a mere nano-second, time is continuous, no matter how small a measurement of time you get, there can always be a smaller frame of time.
On a second note, i'm not sure what an ATP motor is, and i'm to lazy to google, but even still. even if there are two similar ones from an "anchient creature" that means nothing twords proving evolution wrong, all that says is evolution did something right and decided to keep it.
#828 - fairnheight (11/30/2013) [-]
There are animated models of the ATP motor available all over the internet. It's a fascinating piece of machinery, performing a roll with components you will recognize from motors manufactured by humans. It's clearly one of the most highly advanced processes in living systems today. Actually there are those who argue that the ATP motor itself strongly argues against evolution. I'm being charitable and at least allowing the possibility it has evolved over the millenia (though my bias obviously does not lie in that direction).
#694 - ookichinchindesu (11/29/2013) [-]
(imo) I think (whoever this is) meant Your proof is shit you just made up, it's not real evidence. People want to believe they weren't created and are not going to be held accountable by a holy God. A lot of this "evidence" is really bs, but just look it up and remove that wall you might have built up, and CALM down. Because I know y'all are going to tell me to find the tallest building and jump off of it. i cri evytim
#781 - hargleblarg (11/29/2013) [-]
As I've done before in a previous conversation, I wont thumb you down because, you know, your opinion and such.
It is real evidence, you can look, touch, even taste (if you're into licking fossils) all the evidence that proves evolution is real. Fossil evidence has shown a general trend in animals throughout Earth's history, from Ammonite fossils (I own one of them, it's incredible to look at) and sea snails to the leg of a T-Rex and Ostrich legs. Evolution is all around us, it's nearly undeniable.
You can even see it in modern animals today. There's a species of lizard somewhere (I forget where exactly) that is midway through this phase. There are lizards that survive in sunlight, their bodies well adapted to living in the open, while a new sub-species is being created that is adapting to live in caves, each generation improving that aspect of their biology. Humans have done nothing to cause this, it's a natural process that we've simply stumbled upon, thought "shit that's cool" and studied.
In my opinion you can believe in evolution and God, the two don't have to be seperate. I encountered a great person who believed that, while science can explain everything, a higher power created the science, worked reality to create such wonderful things. In essence, God created the Big Bang that kickstarted the universe.
Personally I can't believe in a higher power until I experience it for myself, that's just how I am, but that doesn't mean I don't see the beauty in religion and respect those that believe.
#830 - ookichinchindesu (11/30/2013) [-]
Okay! I read the rest, I am a bible believing Christian, so from my point of view if God wanted to create us that way he could have, but the bible does not support evolution. I don't take it out of context or assume that days 1-6 are "thousands of years" because it says right before the seven day bit that a day was the sun rising and setting. (24 hrs) To me that is seven literal days and I believe we were created immediately. You are so kind! Thank you for not telling me to kill myself (:
#833 - hargleblarg (11/30/2013) [-]
I've heard the Flood Theory before, and I actually think you raise an interesting point. The words in the Bible (which i have partly read, I think I got through the Old Testement and a third of the new Testement before my attention was driven elsewhere) can actually coincide with some natural events, one of which is the theory that there WAS a great flood, which would wipe out an awful lot of animals. I think it was the creation of the Dead Sea that caused one flood, but don't quote me on that.
The only issue is that we have Carbon dating as a reliable method of testing how old something is, and these fossils register in the millions when it comes to years. Do I know how it all works? No, I'm not a scientist, but I do believe in the theory that the Earth is billions of years old, that evolution is what has brought us here to this day. I've arrived to that conclusion on my own, through my own experiences and observations, as I'm sure you've settled in your beliefs in that same way.
Honestly I don't have an issue with any religion (unless it directly harms others, like the Westboro Baptist Chruch), you can believe whatever you desire because I know I could be wrong in my own beliefs and I accept that.
As long as a believer and an atheist can still look at a sunset and marvel at how beautiful the world is, regardless of who or what created it, I'm a happy man.
#829 - ookichinchindesu (11/30/2013) [-]
I have read all of your stuff yet, but I will. I would like to say though that I do think micro evolution is a thing (adaptation?) but not the big bang evolution if you will. I am not saying fossils aren't real ^-^ I just think they are there because of the flood and the amount of animals that died that were covered with mud as a result.
#360 - anonymous (11/29/2013) [-]
So that were Jayden got that from
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