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Wednesday, October 03, 2007

Fyodor Garibaldi Presents One Of The Greatest Webpages EVER.

No, it is not one of mine...

DID LIFE START BY CHANCE?

Molecular biophysicist, Horold Morowitz (Yale University), calculated the odds of life beginning under natural conditions (spontaneous generation). He calculated, if one were to take the simplest living cell and break every chemical bond within it, the odds that the cell would reassemble under ideal natural conditions (the best possible chemical environment) would be one chance in 10 to the 100,000,000,000th power. [Emphasis mine.]

Check the math, kiddies. That is 10 to the hundred billionth to one. Even Pete Rose and Art Schlichter would not like those odds.

You will have probably have trouble imagining a number so large, so Hugh Ross provides us with the following example. If all the matter in the Universe was converted into building blocks of life, and if assembly of these building blocks were attempted once a microsecond for the entire age of the universe. Then instead of the odds being 1 in 10 to the 100,000,000,000> power, they would be 1 in 10 to the 99,999,999,916th power.

In Chuck Misslers book "The Creator Beyond Time and Space" he looks at this number a little differently. "This number is so large it would take several thousand blank books just to write it out. To put this number into perspective, it is more likely that you and your entire extended family would win the state lottery every week for a million years than for a bacterium to form by chance."

Missler also states in his book "Mathematicians tell us that if an event has a probability which is less likely then one chance in 1,050, then that event is mathematically impossible. Such an event, if it were to occur, would be considered a miracle." [Emphasis mine.]

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