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Author Topic:   Some abiogenesis considerations
Nighttrain
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Message 5 of 46 (335953)
07-28-2006 5:36 AM
Reply to: Message 3 by Annafan
07-27-2006 9:07 AM


Re: Abiogenesis is imho-possible
I`m no biologist, AF, but the fact that bacteria have intruded into other species to a limited (but life-necessary) extent, seems to point to multiple lines of abiogenesis. I imagine in a time of non-bacterial dependence, other species may have managed on their own, but I can`t conceive how they coped.

Morphology seems to point to different origins, too, with a large number of species having mouth, eyes and other sense organs in close proximity and excretory organs at a distance. Versus others that have evolved along different lines.


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Nighttrain
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Message 22 of 46 (338345)
08-07-2006 7:09 AM
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07-29-2006 8:44 PM


Re: The impact of 'compound interest'
Hi, AIG, plenty of copies of Andrew Scott`s book available on ABE from US$1.00 up.

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Message 27 of 46 (338473)
08-08-2006 6:10 AM
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08-07-2006 10:54 PM


Book search
I see WK beat me to it. Apart from ABE and Amazon, checking Ebay for used books can work out a lot cheaper if the required book surfaces in your time period. Alternatively, the goodies can be scanned for on Ebay by clicking the watch link for email notification.

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Message 29 of 46 (355132)
10-08-2006 6:32 AM
Reply to: Message 28 by Christian7
10-08-2006 6:01 AM


Abio,take it away
The vast complexity of a single cell and the nature of chemistry makes abiogenesis simply impossible.

And your reasoning is?


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Nighttrain
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Message 31 of 46 (355134)
10-08-2006 7:10 AM
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10-08-2006 6:40 AM


Re: Abio,take it away
And my reasoning is.............................................
Irreducible Complexity

Behe`s nonsense has been thoroughly debunked on numerous sites. Try Talk Origins or Panda`s Thumb for openers.


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