DNA built from "scratch"?

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Re: DNA built from "scratch"?

#41  Postby Arcanyn » Jan 11, 2019 8:10 am

So, let me get this straight. It's not valid to suggest that life might have formed from the most common chemical compounds in the universe, because right now, an insignificantly small percentage of the total amount of those compounds in the universe was produced by biological processes.
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Re: DNA built from "scratch"?

#42  Postby zulumoose » Jan 11, 2019 8:11 am

truelgbt wrote:If I say I can impress you by making sugar crystals and you ask with what?
My answer: with sugar water.

Are you going to be impressed?
Bottom line: Making something by using the product of that something may impress you but me....

Ok so as per Greyman:-

Methane is found on most planets of the solar system, several satelites including the Moon (as outgas from the surface), Halley's Comet and Comet Hyakutake , the exoplanet HD 189733 b, the atmospheres of M-type stars, and in interstellar clouds.

By your own arguments it would seem that either you have to

1) Disagree with this, or
2) Believe life existed in all these places.

If neither of these is the case, then how does the methane being there not destroy your argument?
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Re: DNA built from "scratch"?

#43  Postby LucidFlight » Jan 11, 2019 8:37 am

If the USA can't make babies with industrial methane, then what chance does nature have? Checkmate, evilutionists.
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