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Why will the sun explode?
It happens when the sun runs out of fuel and reaches critical mass or if another star collides with it. The latter I wasn't aware until this year, so this is likely to do it if the object doesn't hit Earth first. It explains the big news of some massive object coming "close" to Earth only a few million miles away. Read about Tycho.

"But what causes these explosions? There are currently two explanations involving theoretical mechanisms that are related to the two ways in which stars die. Stars cannot shine forever for the simple reason that their energy supply—nuclear burning—is finite. What happens to stars once they exhaust their nuclear fuel (mainly hydrogen) is believed to depend crucially on their mass. One of the most important theoretical discoveries in astrophysics is that a critical mass exists above which stars cannot sustain themselves against their own gravitational pull without a continuous supply of energy. The two types of star endings depend on whether their mass is above or below this critical mass, which is called the Chandrasekhar mass limit, named after Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar (Member, 1941, 1976), one of its discoverers. If, by the time a star exhausts its fuel, it has a mass greater than this limit, the core of the star cannot sustain itself and collapses. A huge amount of energy is released when the core collapses to the tiny size of a few kilometers, becoming a black hole or a neutron star. While most of this energy is emitted in invisible neutrinos, a small fraction of this energy ejects the outer parts of the star, creating an explosion sufficient to produce a supernova. Such a theoretical event is called a core-collapse supernova."

...

"In a combined effort led by Member Doron Kushnir with Katz, Dong, Member Rodrigo Fernandez, and Eli Livne of Hebrew University, the detailed process of white dwarf collisions was calculated and shown to reproduce several features of the broad distribution of type Ia supernovae. For the first time since their discovery by Tycho more than four centuries ago, a detailed scenario for a significant fraction of supernovae was studied in which the explosions could be numerically calculated from first principles based on the physically well understood processes of Newtonian dynamics, hydrodynamics, and thermonuclear burning. In a paper published by our group, the model was shown to successfully pass three independent and robust observational tests, including the successful recovery of the wide distribution of Ni56 masses. It is thus very likely that what Tycho thought was the sudden birth of a new star was actually the violent death of two. He might have been gratified to learn that the two stars collided due to the application of the same law of gravity that would later be deduced based on his dedicated observations."


ETA: What you casually add to what God created as EMS in not natural. What we have discovered in nature is that energy is neither created or lost. It is only converted. Thus, you are wrong again and you just received a notice from the all-powerful God.
 
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Why will the sun explode?
It happens when the sun runs out of fuel and reaches critical mass or if another star collides with it. The latter I wasn't aware until this year, so this is likely to do it if the object doesn't hit Earth first. It explains the big news of some massive object coming "close" to Earth only a few million miles away. Read about Tycho.

"But what causes these explosions? There are currently two explanations involving theoretical mechanisms that are related to the two ways in which stars die. Stars cannot shine forever for the simple reason that their energy supply—nuclear burning—is finite. What happens to stars once they exhaust their nuclear fuel (mainly hydrogen) is believed to depend crucially on their mass. One of the most important theoretical discoveries in astrophysics is that a critical mass exists above which stars cannot sustain themselves against their own gravitational pull without a continuous supply of energy. The two types of star endings depend on whether their mass is above or below this critical mass, which is called the Chandrasekhar mass limit, named after Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar (Member, 1941, 1976), one of its discoverers. If, by the time a star exhausts its fuel, it has a mass greater than this limit, the core of the star cannot sustain itself and collapses. A huge amount of energy is released when the core collapses to the tiny size of a few kilometers, becoming a black hole or a neutron star. While most of this energy is emitted in invisible neutrinos, a small fraction of this energy ejects the outer parts of the star, creating an explosion sufficient to produce a supernova. Such a theoretical event is called a core-collapse supernova."

...

"In a combined effort led by Member Doron Kushnir with Katz, Dong, Member Rodrigo Fernandez, and Eli Livne of Hebrew University, the detailed process of white dwarf collisions was calculated and shown to reproduce several features of the broad distribution of type Ia supernovae. For the first time since their discovery by Tycho more than four centuries ago, a detailed scenario for a significant fraction of supernovae was studied in which the explosions could be numerically calculated from first principles based on the physically well understood processes of Newtonian dynamics, hydrodynamics, and thermonuclear burning. In a paper published by our group, the model was shown to successfully pass three independent and robust observational tests, including the successful recovery of the wide distribution of Ni56 masses. It is thus very likely that what Tycho thought was the sudden birth of a new star was actually the violent death of two. He might have been gratified to learn that the two stars collided due to the application of the same law of gravity that would later be deduced based on his dedicated observations."


ETA: What you casually add to what God created as EMS in not natural. What we have discovered in nature is that energy is neither created or lost. It is only converted. Thus, you are wrong again and you just received a notice from the all-powerful God.
I checked my phone and email and received no notice from any of the gods. Unless of course I'm to assume you are relaying that message on behalf of the gods which makes you a pretty important guy.

I'm suspicious of any link that may direct to anything from those evilutionist atheist scientists.

Otherwise, how can we resolve a universe fine tune for life with explosions of stars and the destruction of this planet?
 

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Why will the sun explode?
It happens when the sun runs out of fuel and reaches critical mass or if another star collides with it. The latter I wasn't aware until this year, so this is likely to do it if the object doesn't hit Earth first. It explains the big news of some massive object coming "close" to Earth only a few million miles away. Read about Tycho.

"But what causes these explosions? There are currently two explanations involving theoretical mechanisms that are related to the two ways in which stars die. Stars cannot shine forever for the simple reason that their energy supply—nuclear burning—is finite. What happens to stars once they exhaust their nuclear fuel (mainly hydrogen) is believed to depend crucially on their mass. One of the most important theoretical discoveries in astrophysics is that a critical mass exists above which stars cannot sustain themselves against their own gravitational pull without a continuous supply of energy. The two types of star endings depend on whether their mass is above or below this critical mass, which is called the Chandrasekhar mass limit, named after Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar (Member, 1941, 1976), one of its discoverers. If, by the time a star exhausts its fuel, it has a mass greater than this limit, the core of the star cannot sustain itself and collapses. A huge amount of energy is released when the core collapses to the tiny size of a few kilometers, becoming a black hole or a neutron star. While most of this energy is emitted in invisible neutrinos, a small fraction of this energy ejects the outer parts of the star, creating an explosion sufficient to produce a supernova. Such a theoretical event is called a core-collapse supernova."

...

"In a combined effort led by Member Doron Kushnir with Katz, Dong, Member Rodrigo Fernandez, and Eli Livne of Hebrew University, the detailed process of white dwarf collisions was calculated and shown to reproduce several features of the broad distribution of type Ia supernovae. For the first time since their discovery by Tycho more than four centuries ago, a detailed scenario for a significant fraction of supernovae was studied in which the explosions could be numerically calculated from first principles based on the physically well understood processes of Newtonian dynamics, hydrodynamics, and thermonuclear burning. In a paper published by our group, the model was shown to successfully pass three independent and robust observational tests, including the successful recovery of the wide distribution of Ni56 masses. It is thus very likely that what Tycho thought was the sudden birth of a new star was actually the violent death of two. He might have been gratified to learn that the two stars collided due to the application of the same law of gravity that would later be deduced based on his dedicated observations."


ETA: What you casually add to what God created as EMS in not natural. What we have discovered in nature is that energy is neither created or lost. It is only converted. Thus, you are wrong again and you just received a notice from the all-powerful God.
I checked my phone and email and received no notice from any of the gods. Unless of course I'm to assume you are relaying that message on behalf of the gods which makes you a pretty important guy.

I'm suspicious of any link that may direct to anything from those evilutionist atheist scientists.

Otherwise, how can we resolve a universe fine tune for life with explosions of stars and the destruction of this planet?
I beat the atheist's backsides here pretty raw, don't I?

Tycho's collision was a power "equivalent to the output of a few billion billion billion H-bombs. At the current rate of emission, it would take our Sun several billion years, of order of its lifetime, to release the same amount of energy." We don't want that to happen like with Tycho and fortunately it is rare. It's probability > 0.0, and estimated to be one-in-a-million and may happen in 2022. It's a small non-zero probability, but I would say > abiogenesis as that probability is = 0.0. I can now say that as Louis Pasteur proved it with scientific method. However, the atheists still think it's a small and tiny percentage, but > non-zero. The atheists have been fooled once more.
 

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It happens when the sun runs out of fuel and reaches critical mass or if another star collides with it. The latter I wasn't aware until this year, so this is likely to do it if the object doesn't hit Earth first. It explains the big news of some massive object coming "close" to Earth only a few million miles away. Read about Tycho.

"But what causes these explosions? There are currently two explanations involving theoretical mechanisms that are related to the two ways in which stars die. Stars cannot shine forever for the simple reason that their energy supply—nuclear burning—is finite. What happens to stars once they exhaust their nuclear fuel (mainly hydrogen) is believed to depend crucially on their mass. One of the most important theoretical discoveries in astrophysics is that a critical mass exists above which stars cannot sustain themselves against their own gravitational pull without a continuous supply of energy. The two types of star endings depend on whether their mass is above or below this critical mass, which is called the Chandrasekhar mass limit, named after Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar (Member, 1941, 1976), one of its discoverers. If, by the time a star exhausts its fuel, it has a mass greater than this limit, the core of the star cannot sustain itself and collapses. A huge amount of energy is released when the core collapses to the tiny size of a few kilometers, becoming a black hole or a neutron star. While most of this energy is emitted in invisible neutrinos, a small fraction of this energy ejects the outer parts of the star, creating an explosion sufficient to produce a supernova. Such a theoretical event is called a core-collapse supernova."

...

"In a combined effort led by Member Doron Kushnir with Katz, Dong, Member Rodrigo Fernandez, and Eli Livne of Hebrew University, the detailed process of white dwarf collisions was calculated and shown to reproduce several features of the broad distribution of type Ia supernovae. For the first time since their discovery by Tycho more than four centuries ago, a detailed scenario for a significant fraction of supernovae was studied in which the explosions could be numerically calculated from first principles based on the physically well understood processes of Newtonian dynamics, hydrodynamics, and thermonuclear burning. In a paper published by our group, the model was shown to successfully pass three independent and robust observational tests, including the successful recovery of the wide distribution of Ni56 masses. It is thus very likely that what Tycho thought was the sudden birth of a new star was actually the violent death of two. He might have been gratified to learn that the two stars collided due to the application of the same law of gravity that would later be deduced based on his dedicated observations."


ETA: What you casually add to what God created as EMS in not natural. What we have discovered in nature is that energy is neither created or lost. It is only converted. Thus, you are wrong again and you just received a notice from the all-powerful God.
I checked my phone and email and received no notice from any of the gods. Unless of course I'm to assume you are relaying that message on behalf of the gods which makes you a pretty important guy.

I'm suspicious of any link that may direct to anything from those evilutionist atheist scientists.

Otherwise, how can we resolve a universe fine tune for life with explosions of stars and the destruction of this planet?
I beat the atheist's backsides here pretty raw, don't I?

Tycho's collision was a power "equivalent to the output of a few billion billion billion H-bombs. At the current rate of emission, it would take our Sun several billion years, of order of its lifetime, to release the same amount of energy." We don't want that to happen like with Tycho and fortunately it is rare. It's probability > 0.0, and estimated to be one-in-a-million and may happen in 2022. It's a small non-zero probability, but I would say > abiogenesis as that probability is = 0.0. I can now say that as Louis Pasteur proved it with scientific method. However, the atheists still think it's a small and tiny percentage, but > non-zero. The atheists have been fooled once more.
Offering nothing more than ID'iot creationer slogans, I'm not clear whose backside you were fondling.

I'm not clear that you fooled anyone. It's odd that you attempt to make a case for a universe ''fine tuned'' by the gods and subsequently offer something about the sun exploding and destroying the earth.

Your abiogenesis probability of 0.0 seems amiss as the fact of biological life on the planet puts that probability at 100. Perhaps you're using that new-fangled ID'creationer math?
 

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Why will the sun explode?
It happens when the sun runs out of fuel and reaches critical mass or if another star collides with it. The latter I wasn't aware until this year, so this is likely to do it if the object doesn't hit Earth first. It explains the big news of some massive object coming "close" to Earth only a few million miles away. Read about Tycho.

"But what causes these explosions? There are currently two explanations involving theoretical mechanisms that are related to the two ways in which stars die. Stars cannot shine forever for the simple reason that their energy supply—nuclear burning—is finite. What happens to stars once they exhaust their nuclear fuel (mainly hydrogen) is believed to depend crucially on their mass. One of the most important theoretical discoveries in astrophysics is that a critical mass exists above which stars cannot sustain themselves against their own gravitational pull without a continuous supply of energy. The two types of star endings depend on whether their mass is above or below this critical mass, which is called the Chandrasekhar mass limit, named after Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar (Member, 1941, 1976), one of its discoverers. If, by the time a star exhausts its fuel, it has a mass greater than this limit, the core of the star cannot sustain itself and collapses. A huge amount of energy is released when the core collapses to the tiny size of a few kilometers, becoming a black hole or a neutron star. While most of this energy is emitted in invisible neutrinos, a small fraction of this energy ejects the outer parts of the star, creating an explosion sufficient to produce a supernova. Such a theoretical event is called a core-collapse supernova."

...

"In a combined effort led by Member Doron Kushnir with Katz, Dong, Member Rodrigo Fernandez, and Eli Livne of Hebrew University, the detailed process of white dwarf collisions was calculated and shown to reproduce several features of the broad distribution of type Ia supernovae. For the first time since their discovery by Tycho more than four centuries ago, a detailed scenario for a significant fraction of supernovae was studied in which the explosions could be numerically calculated from first principles based on the physically well understood processes of Newtonian dynamics, hydrodynamics, and thermonuclear burning. In a paper published by our group, the model was shown to successfully pass three independent and robust observational tests, including the successful recovery of the wide distribution of Ni56 masses. It is thus very likely that what Tycho thought was the sudden birth of a new star was actually the violent death of two. He might have been gratified to learn that the two stars collided due to the application of the same law of gravity that would later be deduced based on his dedicated observations."


ETA: What you casually add to what God created as EMS in not natural. What we have discovered in nature is that energy is neither created or lost. It is only converted. Thus, you are wrong again and you just received a notice from the all-powerful God.
I checked my phone and email and received no notice from any of the gods. Unless of course I'm to assume you are relaying that message on behalf of the gods which makes you a pretty important guy.

I'm suspicious of any link that may direct to anything from those evilutionist atheist scientists.

Otherwise, how can we resolve a universe fine tune for life with explosions of stars and the destruction of this planet?
I beat the atheist's backsides here pretty raw, don't I?

Tycho's collision was a power "equivalent to the output of a few billion billion billion H-bombs. At the current rate of emission, it would take our Sun several billion years, of order of its lifetime, to release the same amount of energy." We don't want that to happen like with Tycho and fortunately it is rare. It's probability > 0.0, and estimated to be one-in-a-million and may happen in 2022. It's a small non-zero probability, but I would say > abiogenesis as that probability is = 0.0. I can now say that as Louis Pasteur proved it with scientific method. However, the atheists still think it's a small and tiny percentage, but > non-zero. The atheists have been fooled once more.
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It happens when the sun runs out of fuel and reaches critical mass or if another star collides with it. The latter I wasn't aware until this year, so this is likely to do it if the object doesn't hit Earth first. It explains the big news of some massive object coming "close" to Earth only a few million miles away. Read about Tycho.

"But what causes these explosions? There are currently two explanations involving theoretical mechanisms that are related to the two ways in which stars die. Stars cannot shine forever for the simple reason that their energy supply—nuclear burning—is finite. What happens to stars once they exhaust their nuclear fuel (mainly hydrogen) is believed to depend crucially on their mass. One of the most important theoretical discoveries in astrophysics is that a critical mass exists above which stars cannot sustain themselves against their own gravitational pull without a continuous supply of energy. The two types of star endings depend on whether their mass is above or below this critical mass, which is called the Chandrasekhar mass limit, named after Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar (Member, 1941, 1976), one of its discoverers. If, by the time a star exhausts its fuel, it has a mass greater than this limit, the core of the star cannot sustain itself and collapses. A huge amount of energy is released when the core collapses to the tiny size of a few kilometers, becoming a black hole or a neutron star. While most of this energy is emitted in invisible neutrinos, a small fraction of this energy ejects the outer parts of the star, creating an explosion sufficient to produce a supernova. Such a theoretical event is called a core-collapse supernova."

...

"In a combined effort led by Member Doron Kushnir with Katz, Dong, Member Rodrigo Fernandez, and Eli Livne of Hebrew University, the detailed process of white dwarf collisions was calculated and shown to reproduce several features of the broad distribution of type Ia supernovae. For the first time since their discovery by Tycho more than four centuries ago, a detailed scenario for a significant fraction of supernovae was studied in which the explosions could be numerically calculated from first principles based on the physically well understood processes of Newtonian dynamics, hydrodynamics, and thermonuclear burning. In a paper published by our group, the model was shown to successfully pass three independent and robust observational tests, including the successful recovery of the wide distribution of Ni56 masses. It is thus very likely that what Tycho thought was the sudden birth of a new star was actually the violent death of two. He might have been gratified to learn that the two stars collided due to the application of the same law of gravity that would later be deduced based on his dedicated observations."


ETA: What you casually add to what God created as EMS in not natural. What we have discovered in nature is that energy is neither created or lost. It is only converted. Thus, you are wrong again and you just received a notice from the all-powerful God.
I checked my phone and email and received no notice from any of the gods. Unless of course I'm to assume you are relaying that message on behalf of the gods which makes you a pretty important guy.

I'm suspicious of any link that may direct to anything from those evilutionist atheist scientists.

Otherwise, how can we resolve a universe fine tune for life with explosions of stars and the destruction of this planet?
I beat the atheist's backsides here pretty raw, don't I?

Tycho's collision was a power "equivalent to the output of a few billion billion billion H-bombs. At the current rate of emission, it would take our Sun several billion years, of order of its lifetime, to release the same amount of energy." We don't want that to happen like with Tycho and fortunately it is rare. It's probability > 0.0, and estimated to be one-in-a-million and may happen in 2022. It's a small non-zero probability, but I would say > abiogenesis as that probability is = 0.0. I can now say that as Louis Pasteur proved it with scientific method. However, the atheists still think it's a small and tiny percentage, but > non-zero. The atheists have been fooled once more.
Offering nothing more than ID'iot creationer slogans, I'm not clear whose backside you were fondling.

I'm not clear that you fooled anyone. It's odd that you attempt to make a case for a universe ''fine tuned'' by the gods and subsequently offer something about the sun exploding and destroying the earth.

Your abiogenesis probability of 0.0 seems amiss as the fact of biological life on the planet puts that probability at 100. Perhaps you're using that new-fangled ID'creationer math?
It's hilarious that you thought the energy of the EMS came about naturally. No wonder that we have idiot atheist scientists who believe in multiverses. For any universe, I just showed that it takes God's power to create. The EMS cannot possibly form by itself nor invisible quantum particles.

I'll get to abiogenesis in my next post.
 

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Before abiogenesis, there was spontaneous generation. Now, the make believe scientists are just spouting a new version of SG. Dr. Louis Pasteur showed only life begets other life.

Here is a new video:
 

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Why will the sun explode?
It happens when the sun runs out of fuel and reaches critical mass or if another star collides with it. The latter I wasn't aware until this year, so this is likely to do it if the object doesn't hit Earth first. It explains the big news of some massive object coming "close" to Earth only a few million miles away. Read about Tycho.

"But what causes these explosions? There are currently two explanations involving theoretical mechanisms that are related to the two ways in which stars die. Stars cannot shine forever for the simple reason that their energy supply—nuclear burning—is finite. What happens to stars once they exhaust their nuclear fuel (mainly hydrogen) is believed to depend crucially on their mass. One of the most important theoretical discoveries in astrophysics is that a critical mass exists above which stars cannot sustain themselves against their own gravitational pull without a continuous supply of energy. The two types of star endings depend on whether their mass is above or below this critical mass, which is called the Chandrasekhar mass limit, named after Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar (Member, 1941, 1976), one of its discoverers. If, by the time a star exhausts its fuel, it has a mass greater than this limit, the core of the star cannot sustain itself and collapses. A huge amount of energy is released when the core collapses to the tiny size of a few kilometers, becoming a black hole or a neutron star. While most of this energy is emitted in invisible neutrinos, a small fraction of this energy ejects the outer parts of the star, creating an explosion sufficient to produce a supernova. Such a theoretical event is called a core-collapse supernova."

...

"In a combined effort led by Member Doron Kushnir with Katz, Dong, Member Rodrigo Fernandez, and Eli Livne of Hebrew University, the detailed process of white dwarf collisions was calculated and shown to reproduce several features of the broad distribution of type Ia supernovae. For the first time since their discovery by Tycho more than four centuries ago, a detailed scenario for a significant fraction of supernovae was studied in which the explosions could be numerically calculated from first principles based on the physically well understood processes of Newtonian dynamics, hydrodynamics, and thermonuclear burning. In a paper published by our group, the model was shown to successfully pass three independent and robust observational tests, including the successful recovery of the wide distribution of Ni56 masses. It is thus very likely that what Tycho thought was the sudden birth of a new star was actually the violent death of two. He might have been gratified to learn that the two stars collided due to the application of the same law of gravity that would later be deduced based on his dedicated observations."


ETA: What you casually add to what God created as EMS in not natural. What we have discovered in nature is that energy is neither created or lost. It is only converted. Thus, you are wrong again and you just received a notice from the all-powerful God.
I checked my phone and email and received no notice from any of the gods. Unless of course I'm to assume you are relaying that message on behalf of the gods which makes you a pretty important guy.

I'm suspicious of any link that may direct to anything from those evilutionist atheist scientists.

Otherwise, how can we resolve a universe fine tune for life with explosions of stars and the destruction of this planet?
I beat the atheist's backsides here pretty raw, don't I?

Tycho's collision was a power "equivalent to the output of a few billion billion billion H-bombs. At the current rate of emission, it would take our Sun several billion years, of order of its lifetime, to release the same amount of energy." We don't want that to happen like with Tycho and fortunately it is rare. It's probability > 0.0, and estimated to be one-in-a-million and may happen in 2022. It's a small non-zero probability, but I would say > abiogenesis as that probability is = 0.0. I can now say that as Louis Pasteur proved it with scientific method. However, the atheists still think it's a small and tiny percentage, but > non-zero. The atheists have been fooled once more.
Offering nothing more than ID'iot creationer slogans, I'm not clear whose backside you were fondling.

I'm not clear that you fooled anyone. It's odd that you attempt to make a case for a universe ''fine tuned'' by the gods and subsequently offer something about the sun exploding and destroying the earth.

Your abiogenesis probability of 0.0 seems amiss as the fact of biological life on the planet puts that probability at 100. Perhaps you're using that new-fangled ID'creationer math?
It's hilarious that you thought the energy of the EMS came about naturally. No wonder that we have idiot atheist scientists who believe in multiverses. For any universe, I just showed that it takes God's power to create. The EMS cannot possibly form by itself nor invisible quantum particles.

I'll get to abiogenesis in my next post.
Can you give us defendable argument about how the EMS came about supernaturally? Your repeated “... because I say so” arguments are lacking credibility.

Where have you shown it takes the power of the gods to create anything?
 
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Before abiogenesis, there was spontaneous generation. Now, the make believe scientists are just spouting a new version of SG. Dr. Louis Pasteur showed only life begets other life.

Here is a new video:
Pasteur never showed that life begets other life. It was explained to you earlier. What Pasteur's experiment showed was that life does not currently spontaneously arise in complex form from non-life in nature.


Claim CB000:
Pasteur and other scientists disproved the concept of spontaneous generation and established the "law of biogenesis" -- that life comes only from previous life.

Not surprisingly, your claim is one that comes from the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society

Source:
Watchtower Bible and Tract Society, 1985. Life--How Did It Get Here? Brooklyn, NY, p. 38.
Response:
  1. The spontaneous generation that Pasteur and others disproved was the idea that life forms such as mice, maggots, and bacteria can appear fully formed. They disproved a form of creationism. There is no law of biogenesis saying that very primitive life cannot form from increasingly complex molecules.
 

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Can you give us defendable argument about how the EMS came about supernaturally? Your repeated “... because I say so” arguments are lacking credibility.

Where have you shown it takes the power of the gods to create anything?
Before that, you claimed EMS came about naturally, why don't you back that up?
 

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... but I would say > abiogenesis as that probability is = 0.0 ...
So ... you're claiming it's impossible for methane to collide and form ethane? ...


You're stuck on methane. Aren't farts comprised of methane and flammable gas? You get the ass mushroom award.
Very mature ... most children your age aren't near this sophisticated ... fart jokes are at least 10-year-old material ...
C'mon. Have some ribald fun. Why do you keep mentioning methane? That was explained with the ovaries of the hen.
 

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Before abiogenesis, there was spontaneous generation. Now, the make believe scientists are just spouting a new version of SG. Dr. Louis Pasteur showed only life begets other life.

Here is a new video:
Pasteur never showed that life begets other life. It was explained to you earlier. What Pasteur's experiment showed was that life does not currently spontaneously arise in complex form from non-life in nature.


Claim CB000:
Pasteur and other scientists disproved the concept of spontaneous generation and established the "law of biogenesis" -- that life comes only from previous life.

Not surprisingly, your claim is one that comes from the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society

Source:
Watchtower Bible and Tract Society, 1985. Life--How Did It Get Here? Brooklyn, NY, p. 38.
Response:
  1. The spontaneous generation that Pasteur and others disproved was the idea that life forms such as mice, maggots, and bacteria can appear fully formed. They disproved a form of creationism. There is no law of biogenesis saying that very primitive life cannot form from increasingly complex molecules.
So you finally explain your links and provide an argument instead of just linking.

>>Pasteur never showed that life begets other life. It was explained to you earlier. What Pasteur's experiment showed was that life does not currently spontaneously arise in complex form from non-life in nature.<<

Sure he did.

Can you give us defendable argument about how the EMS came about supernaturally? Your repeated “... because I say so” arguments are lacking credibility.

Where have you shown it takes the power of the gods to create anything?
No me. God the Father.

Please don't attribute to me nor call God the Father as gods. You are playing with fire. Remember how powerful God the Father is.

All I am trying to present is show powerful God the Father as creator is. Compare it to what evolutionary thinking tells you? Any thinking person should ask well, where did all the energy in the universe come from since the 3 Laws of Energy states -- The Three Laws of Energy – The Book of Threes and

“Energy cannot be created or destroyed, it can only be changed from one form to another.”

― Einstein

Even Newton said the same before him.
 
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Can you give us defendable argument about how the EMS came about supernaturally? Your repeated “... because I say so” arguments are lacking credibility.

Where have you shown it takes the power of the gods to create anything?
Before that, you claimed EMS came about naturally, why don't you back that up?
I should first point out that you may have difficulty resolving anything claimed to be naturally occurring as you proceed from a position that all of existence is the result of supernaturalism at the hands of magical gods. You proceed from there with the “prove it isn’t” admonition.

Secondly and as a very basic assumption, if you don’t understand the four states of matter, you have no business in a science discussion: solid, liquid, gas, and plasma. Now, your obvious question will be, “who made up that matter”? Your obvious answer will be, “the gods. Prove it isn’t”.

My obvious response would be, “prove your gods.”

Radiant heat and light are forms of electromagnetic radiation, as are radio waves. I have found nothing supernatural or “godly” about heat, light or radio waves. Electrical current to power a table lamp is the flow of electrons along a wire. Yes, that’s a difficult concept to understand but it doesn’t suggest that the gods are herding those electrons along the wire.

The more important question is “how many angels can dance on the head of a pin”.
 

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