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Is there scientific evidence for an intelligent designer aka God?

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08/18/2012 08:10 PM
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Re: Is there scientific evidence for an intelligent designer aka God?
Three decades ago Dr. Frank Salisbury of Utah State University, U.S.A., calculated the odds of the spontaneous formation of a basic DNA molecule essential for the appearance of life. The calculations revealed the probability to be so tiny that it is considered mathematically impossible.

He assumed that this molecule had the opportunity to develop by natural chemical reactions on 100,000,000,000,000,000,000 (1020) “hospitable” planets over a period of four billion years. What are the chances that a single DNA molecule formed? By his estimate, one in 10 to the 415th power!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10858311

...and that a supreme being did the same thing ?....now you have the same odds PLUS the odds of a God doing it all...soo the chance of that is?????? 20 to the 830th power?
..that one reason doesn't solve a question doesn't have any relationship to a 2nd reason...each must stand on it's own...WE are here...how the hell did that happen...there are presents under my xmas tree and my parents say they didn't put them there..must be a Santa...to say one reason could not happen therfore a God did that thing I just said couldn't happen...really?...there may well be a God...but unless God makes a showing....no evidence
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20022035

I think Macro-Evolutionists start with the premise that there can't have been a creator. So based on their supposed authority , those odds are zero. But I say there's no process for determining those odds mathematically, so they are in error about that.
Talking about the odds of that other stuff occurring by 'chance', points out that 'evolution' is much less self-evident than most people have been taught.