[quote]Cockney Blue wrote:
Brother Chris wrote:
Also, Brother Retard, I never suggested that the universe was formed by chance.
This common sense you speak of? You might want to get some for yourself. Probability is mathematics, which pervades every corner of the universe. If you have any semblance of common sense you’d realize that in a universe of countless galaxies the probability of 1 in infinity is still a pretty large “chance”.
How are you so sure earth is the only rock with life on it? Did your magic Jew Genie ripped off from Horus and Dionysus tell you so?
It is a little higher than 1 in a million. I do not have the exact statistic, but it’s something 1 in 1x10^40,000 in the number of trial assemblies of amino acids needed to give rise to enzymes required for life. 10^12 is a trillion and scientists say that 10^50 is just under impossible.
The chances for the simplest organism known is one chance in 10^340,000,000 and for life evolving in any single planet, including Earth is one chance in 10^2,000,000,000.
Imagine this scenario:
Billions of years ago a dark substance began to evolve from nothing. It came out of nowhere. Then there was a big bang. We don’t know what caused the bang or why, but it happened.
As many millions of years passed this substance developed a fizz to it and became sweet. Millions of years later some aluminum molecules formed from nothing, gathered together, and wrapped themselves around liquid in the perfect shape of a cylinder. The aluminum then formed a pop top on the cylinder.
Forty or fifty years ago, some red and white paint molecules fell onto the can, forming the words “Coca-Cola,” an expiration date, and a complete ingredient list. Wow-that is amazing!
It would be an insult to your intellect if I insisted that the above scenario were true. This universe is infinitely more complex than a can of Coke, yet for some reason people are content to believe that it just came out of nowhere - that something came from nothing.
Science told me.
You clearly do not understand the current theories of the origin of the universe. I guess that is what happens when you are prepared to accept the explanation ‘God did it’ the second the words get a bit complicated.[/quote]
Well buddy ol’ pal, give me a run down of your new theories of the origin of the universe.
I still find it funny, the explanation that God created earth has been around for Oh, say about 6000 years. So, let’s say a bunch of irrational monkeys believed that God created the earth. Don’t you think that within 6000 years that someone would correct the layman and the scholars on their fallacy. That and have it stick. No you do not see that at all.