April 4, 2009So, if you want to bypass astronomy and jump right into evolution, that''s cool.
Even evolutionists agree that life comes only from life, this fact is called the Law of Biogenesis. So, they say that the first single-celled life "somehow" arose.
Let''s talk about single-celled life. The simplest conceivable single celled life form must be made up of at least 600 different protein molecules. The chances that even one protein molecule could arise by chance arrangements in amino acids is between 1 in 10 to the 450''th power. Our visible universe has 10 to the 112''th power atoms in it, so your chances of picking a preselected atom out of the entire universe are much better. (references provided if you like)
But, let''s say that happened. You now have a single celled life form. Evolution would tell it that it has to increase in complexity. But, life forms with 2-5 cells don''t exist. Life forms with 6-20 cells are all parasites, which require a complex host to live off of. Seems like your first life which arose is in somewhat of a quandary.
Now, observation tells us that most mutations are lethal, and most of the rest are useless. Do you know of any helpful mutations? I''d be surprised if you did, since they have got to be rare.
What are the chances that this single celled life form made a huge jump up to a multi-celled life form? Not very good, and now it has to breed. SO, another single celled life form has had the exact same mutations at the exact same time, and now they both reach a compatible, increased complexity. And they both reach sexual maturity at the same time, with compatible reproductive organs. And, from then on, ALL LIFE progresses together, reaching milestones of development together so that the chance improvements can be combined and passed on.
This is just the beginning of the problem which NO evolutionists have EVER explained.