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Why do you not believe in God?

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1Why do you not believe in God? Empty Why do you not believe in God? on Thu Feb 14, 2019 1:58 am

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Why do you not believe in God?

You were told natural mechanisms suffice by Wikipedia
You were told natural mechanisms suffice by Nature magazine
You were told natural mechanisms suffice by the National Center for Biotechnology Information
You were told natural mechanisms suffice by peer-reviewed science papers
You were told natural mechanisms suffice by the scientific establishment as a whole
You were told that science, even dealing with historical events, is not permitted to infer design.
You were told God does not exist by Pearce
You were told God does not exist by Aron Ra
You were told God does not exist by Hawkins
You were told God does not exist by Harris
You were told God does not exist by Matt Dillahunty
You were told God does not exist by Krauss

who were told evolution suffices to explain our origins by Darwin who made it all up.

What you believe to be true about evolution, is it true? Or do you just believe that it is true, because you were taught that it is true, but you never looked any further?

Isn't it time to look into the evidence by yourself, make some effort to actually understand what goes on in the molecular world and the universe, make a unbiased approach and permit the evidence to lead wherever it is, even if the direction is not what you would like it to be, and start to think for yourself?

According to the latest estimation of a minimal protein set for the first living organism, the requirement would be about 560 proteins, this would be the absolute minimum to keep the basic functions of a cell alive. According to the Protein-length distributions for the three domains of life, there is an average between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells of about 400 amino acids per protein. Each of the 400 positions in the amino acid polypeptide chains could be occupied by any one of the 20 amino acids used in cells, so if we suppose that proteins emerged randomly on prebiotic earth, then the total possible arrangements or odds to get one which would fold into a functional 3D protein would be 1 to 20^400 or 1 to 10^520. A truly enormous, super astronomical number. We need 560 proteins minimal to make a first living cell, if it were by unguided chemical reactions, we would have to repeat the reactions 560 times, to get all proteins required for life. The probability would be therefore 560/10^520.  We arrive at a probability far beyond of 1 in 10^100.000. Do you have faith enough to believe this is remotely possible?

In regards of evolution, only a holistic view, namely structuralism and systems biology, take into account all influences that form cell form and size, body development and growth, providing adequate descriptions of the scientific evidence. The BIG ( umbrella ) contributor to explain organismal complexity is preprogrammed instructional complex INFORMATION encoded in various languages and communication through signalling through various signalling networks  that act  on a structural level, which are pre-instructed to respond to environmental cues, development, and nutrition demands, therefore, the genetic and epigenetic codes and signalling networks and the instructions to build cells and complex biological organisms were most likely created by an intelligent agency.

Abiogenesis is extremely unlikely This is recognized the more science advances
http://reasonandscience.catsboard.com/t1279-abiogenesis-is-impossible

Biological Cells are equal to a complex of millions of interlinked factories
http://reasonandscience.catsboard.com/t2245-biological-cells-are-like-an-industry-complex-full-of-interlinked-factories

What might be a Cell’s minimal requirement of parts ?  
http://reasonandscience.catsboard.com/t2110-what-might-be-a-protocells-minimal-requirement-of-parts


Why Darwins theory of evolution does not explain biodiversity
http://reasonandscience.catsboard.com/t2623-why-darwins-theory-of-evolution-does-not-explain-biodiversity

Where Do Complex Organisms Come From?
http://reasonandscience.catsboard.com/t2316-where-do-complex-organisms-come-from

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