What Is The Chance Of Obtaining All The Enzymes Required For Life At Random?

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The famed British astronomer and avowed atheist Fred Hoyle calculated that the chance of obtaining all the enzymes required for life at random is outrageously small, comparing it to the chance that a tornado sweeping through a junkyard might assemble a Boeing 747 from the materials therein. Evolutionist wants you to think that it's possible. Could there be a better answer? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N-0AksTzfx0
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All amino acids are left-handed and what that shows

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All living things only contain left-handed amino acids. In laboratory experiments, both left-handed and right-handed amino acids are produced. Even if proteins necessary for life could be spontaneously generated, both left-handed and right-handed ones would be generated. How does nature know only to generate left-handed amino acids? Left-handed amino acids prove that God exists https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQ7wN-fyZRs
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Do proteins evolve to take on new functions?

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Biologist Douglas Axe on evolution's ability to produce new functions https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ZiLsXO-dYo Conversations with Douglas Axe: What has been the response to your research? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJy2oRxPrlg https://youtu.be/s2DvOoPZqMg After decades of study, scientists still do not know how to altar amino acid sequences that fold into functional proteins. This is called the protein-folding problem. The sequence of amino acids have to be so precise that if even a small part of this sequence is wrong, you get detrimental consequences. The following is an extract of an article from the Khan Academy. https://www.khanacademy.org/science/biology/macromolecules/proteins-and-amino-acids/a/orders-of-protein-structure The sequence of a protein is determined by the DNA of the gene that encodes the protein (or that encodes a portion of the protein, for multi-subunit proteins). A change in the gene's DNA sequence may lead to a change in…
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Probability of a single protein forming by chance

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https://youtu.be/gbXjqGwnT58 The amino acids are the building blocks of the proteins right? At each one of these sites, how many possible amino acids could be part of a growing protein? Do you know this from the biology that there are 20 possible protein-forming amino acids. So you've got a one in 20 chance at each site. To get two sites, how many possible combinations do you have? 20 x 20 = 400. If then you go to three sites, how many possible combinations? 20 x 20 x 20 = 8000. Now 8000 x 20 = 160,000 and we're only to four. So there's a vast number of possibilities. You've got a one in twenty times one in twenty times one in twenty times one in twenty, going out however many…
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Miller-Urey experiment

Miller-Urey experiment

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The Miller–Urey experiment was a chemical experiment that simulated the conditions thought at the time (1952) to be present on the early Earth and tested the chemical origin of life under those conditions. After Miller's death in 2007, scientists examining sealed vials preserved from the original experiments were able to show that there were actually well over 20 different amino acids produced in Miller's original experiments. That is considerably more than what Miller originally reported, and more than the 20 that naturally occur in the genetic code. More recent evidence suggests that Earth's original atmosphere might have had a composition different from the gas used in the Miller experiment...(Source: Wikipedia) https://youtu.be/aHk_93Wn-ZU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ezvGnLfovF4 Atmosphere of early Earth had oxygen
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