The probability of randomly forming a small protein molecule with 150 amino acids is about 1 x 10^180.
Even the most primitive cell has
What is the simple explanation for the random, spontaneous generation of a cell in the absence of an intelligent designer?
- A cell wall
- The ability to maintain and expand the cell wall (grow)
- The ability to process "food" (other molecules floating outside the cell) to create energy
- The ability to split itself to reproduce
Three billion years to form that first anerobic cell, then half a billion to mutate into the first oxygen breathing ones before life took off. What more do you need? Pictures on the moon?