#### Freeman

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in continuation of thread

Anyway, to prove his hypothesis,

However,

The enigma hidden by darwinists is that none is able to create life in cell, how life is appeared?

the other mystery, is that an

*"just a question to atheists"*, as I have expected, none atheist is able to prove non existence of supreme force!Anyway, to prove his hypothesis,

**Darwin**was asked to give firstly an explication about the origin of life...his wild imagination inspire him about a new myth*"Primordial soup"*of salt, electricity and hot that emerge lifeHowever,

**Pasteur**remarked, after a definitive finding in 1864, "*Never will the doctrine of spontaneous generation recover from the mortal blow struck by this simple experiment.*".The enigma hidden by darwinists is that none is able to create life in cell, how life is appeared?

the other mystery, is that an

**incomplete cell**can't work. A cell is needing all his components to function - so it's quite impossible that a cell evolute by chance!Probability and the Origin of Life

For roughly fifty years secular scientists who have faith in the power of dumb atoms to do anything have been carrying on scientific research aimed at finding out how the dumb atoms could have initiated life without any outside help. Since they believe that this really happened, they believe that it was inevitable that the properties of atoms, the laws of physics, and the earth's early environment should bring forth life. More sober minds, however, have realized the immense improbability of the spontaneous origin of life (called "abiogenesis"). Some have made careful investigations and mathematical calculations to estimate what the probability is for abiogenesis to occur. Their calculations show that life's probability is extremely small, essentially zero.

Now let's ask what the probability is for flipping the coin twice and getting two heads in a row. It is the product of the two probabilities of getting heads both the first time and the second time. That is, P2H = ½ x ½ = ¼. Now you understand how to calculate the probability that both of two independent events will happen. It is the product of the probabilities of the two events.

Next we will calculate a probability for the chance production of a single small protein molecule. A protein molecule consists of one or more chains made up of amino acid molecules linked together.There are 20 different amino acids molecules which the cells use to construct the protein molecules needed for the life of cells. We will think about a small protein molecule with only 100 amino acid molecules in its chain. Assume we have a reaction pot containing a mixture of the 20 different amino acid molecules, and they are reacting at random to form chains. What is the probability, when a chain with 100 amino acids is formed, that it will by chance have the sequence of amino acids needed to form a particular working protein molecule?

Now let's ask what the probability is for flipping the coin twice and getting two heads in a row. It is the product of the two probabilities of getting heads both the first time and the second time. That is, P2H = ½ x ½ = ¼. Now you understand how to calculate the probability that both of two independent events will happen. It is the product of the probabilities of the two events.

In 1977 Prof. Hubert Yockey, a specialist in applying information theory to biological problems, studied the data for cytochrome a in great detail.1 His calculated value for the probabilityin a single trial construction of a chain of 100 amino acid molecules of obtaining by chance a working copy of the enzyme molecule is 1/1065 , or the fraction 1 divided by 1 followed by 65 zeros. This is a probability 100,000 times smaller than my very rough estimate published two years earlier.

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