Tuesday, April 13, 2010
Is it Mathematically Possible?
Most Intelligent Design proponents base their theory on the idea of something being "irreducibly complex". A recent finding by scientists, according to Mr. Roys, proved that for a cell to survive, it needs a certain number of proteins (around 100), but the chances of molecular combinations occurring in such a way that all 100 proteins are created in the proper way at the proper time is around 1/10^40,000. Because any number lower than 1/10^150 is out of the realm of possibility, how can evolution be true when such clear-cut evidence is provided for an intelligent designer?