tholden wrote:Let me try that one again. Suppose you were to believe in both evolution and abiogenesis not involving any sort of an engineering process or intelligence and then suppose you were to plan a trip to the stars... What would you expect to see? Most scify writers expect to see something totally different, i.e. not involving RNA/DNA at all. I mean, if DNA/RNA just formed up by accident here, then the odds against that exact same accident happening on another star system would be insanely beyond astronomical or anything even imaginable. That's why most scify stories involve seriously different creatures and not just slightly different ones.\Sparky wrote:Well, thanks ,Ted, but there was no direct answer to my inquiry/?
Yes, yes, I know about the tree..I'm talking about the evidence that all of the tree had the same beginning, Abiogenesis.? There are suppose to be traceable dna all the way back to bacteria, fungus, and other small stuff....
If there is evidence that every branch arose from a trunk that resulted from a single origin , then that would be very suspicious... If every life form has the same basic dna signature, and mutations and combinations of life forms arose from those later, then what is with that?? Do we really know the basic dna structures that came out of Abiogenesis?
Nonetheless what Troy and I have demonstrated is that the same RNA/DNA info system and similar creatures did in fact rise up on two totally disconnected systems which, for all intents and purposes, may as well have been 50 light yeas apart. The chances of that same DNA/RNA system arising by chance on both Earth and Ganymede are basically zero.
Evolution is basically a bunch of BS. It's being defended by academic dead wood because it serves as a sort of a pseudoreligion for them.
Ted. if you were not so intent on promoting your agenda, you would comprehend my simple question and respond to it directly. I have no dog in this fight, and really do not care one way or the other what perspective wins or even produces a strong argument. I just had a question:
Is there anyone here that has knowledge that may be directed at my question?If there is evidence that every branch arose from a trunk that resulted from a single origin , then that would be very suspicious... If every life form has the same basic dna signature, and mutations and combinations of life forms arose from those later, then what is with that?? Do we really know the basic dna structures that came out of Abiogenesis?