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RevCrossHugger
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Message 290 of 415 (513795)
07-01-2009 5:05 PM


Peg writes:

Abiogenesis is impossible.

Rahvin writes:

Argument from personal incredulity. Simply because you cannot see how it may be possible does not make it impossible.

If he would of said its nearly impossible it would not be a invalid argument or fallacy. Abiogenesis is a rather silly concept it seems similar to spontaneous generation.I think in the distant past while in school I did read that it was somehow connected to sg. Wonderful. GIDdidit seems just as credible. GID=God the intelligent designer.

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ps I have my anti god word filtering software software on, it helps me stay calm, but some replies are almost all blanks... hee hee....

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RevCrossHugger
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Message 292 of 415 (513799)
07-01-2009 5:14 PM
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07-01-2009 5:11 PM


It is if he doesn't have any numbers to back it up. Considering the amount of organic material found in space, the odds of a chemical reaction taking place that leads to a self-replicating molecule, given a long enough time and large enough area, makes the probability more and more likely. It may even be inevitable

I agree, (that life would happen given enough time) however time is limited. Very limited of one accepts the Big Bang model as correct. One universe one try, around 13b to 15b years...hmmmm'...

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