Message from discussion Did Darwin say this?
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Subject: Re: Did Darwin say this?
Date: 14 Apr 2007 18:07:34 -0700
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> > Of course it doesn't do any of that for no reason. It does so because
> > of physics.
> Actually, physics is exactly why it could NOT have happened. Random
> dead chemicals sloshing around can NOT produce a fully functional RNA
and you know that how? you keep saying the laws of physics dont exist
THEN you say they prove evolution is impossible
contradiction...one of many...in creationism
> Here is a question from me to you, from one complicated dead-atom
> arrangment to another: Why are there scientific laws? Why is there a
> space-time continuum? Why a universe? Or Multiverse?
every single question is an argument of 'god of the gaps'. you guys
keep trying to stuff your god into a test tube that's getting smaller