Posted 15 April 2007 - 07:12 PM
CHANCE OF A SIMPLE CELL DEVELOPMENT
Also, you should be aware, the number of planets... all the planets in the universe equals 10^64 to 50. (from my own research however, you'll have to double check it to conferm it for yourself. I actually looked it up to debunk his statement.) With Mullans odds, this implies that the simple chance of a cell developing in the universe if all planets are included are about 10^10 to 24. Thus the odds of even a cell developing in the most simple way, were talking no mitocondrea, no golgi, and pretty much only a RNA strand/cell wall/somesort of energy conversion methode. This cell would most likely not be able to divide, or survive in any opressive situation. And even the chance of this cell developing is insainly low. Surving, NO A CHANCE.
Basically, then this cell spawning into a generation of cells is impossible. Even if we put a bucket of em on every planit in the universe. ITs chances of evolution are non existant.
PLUS, the theory of evolution requires that numorous copies die before an improved one imerges. This means that even if the one of the cells evolved on one of the planits. It has very little chance of evolving into more complexed of an orgisim again. Much less of it surviving on its own.
I guess what i'm saying is that god has to exist for life to exist.
Your wrong, god does not need to be omni in any way to exist. in other words, the only term we can use to qualify him are; He is greater then all man. In other words, that also implies that if god is greater then man currently, and man is growning. That one day man will understand god because we can understand he is greater then us currently...
In other words
the only things we know for certian are: God is greater then the current man; God is understandilbe to humans; and last but not least, god has to be quantitive.
Posted 16 April 2007 - 12:33 AM
However, I acknowledge that chance is just that - chance. Say you're playing an MMORPG - There is a .02% drop rate of a particular item. By that, theoretical probability would state that you would have to kill 5000 of said monster to get that item. However, there comes a guy and, by some outrageous luck, he gets the item with the first kill. Such things are rare, but they do happen.
It's severely unlikely, but entirely possible, for life to form on its own. And besides, who's to say that life wasn't present from the start? If M Theory is true, then there is a distinct possibility that fragments of the other 'molecules' that collided to create our universe were thrown into the fray of the big bang. Thus, life would have been present from the beginning, originating from a universe with entirely different physics than our own, and thus entirely different chances of life.
I'm of the firm belief that something cannot possibly come from nothing within our universe. However, who's to say that life originated within our universe at all?
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sum day ill eat ur cat ricko...
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