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is evolution the great lie – part 7 January 9, 2011

Posted by daniel ayad in Science.
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From our last post we were discussing some of the problems associated with biochemical evolution.

We said that a synthesised reaction of life may be possible when really long time spans are given. However even if a synthesised reaction is possible, which is highly unlikely considering the second law of thermodynamics, the synthesised reaction is unlikely to be maintained, and reversed. Long time spans do not solve the problem, but only had more difficulty to randomly produce life.

Click here: Organic evolution – part 4 for the full post

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