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December 13th, 2006

The evolution of an argument

Abstract:
When you speak of ID in biology, your talking about a very advanced form of nanotechnology which is beyond anything we can currently conceive. If we could awnser how the designer created life, we would be able to create life in a test tube ourselves. But, dispite our advanced knowledge, we don't have the means to constract a DNA molecule from its raw chemicals. This leaves you with one of two posibilities : either this increadibly advanced bit of nano technology, which we are only beginging to understand, was formed by an intelligence way more superior than ours, or by blind natural processes and sheer luck. I'm sorry, but for me, the first conclusion simply is more logical than the last. I am absolutely convinced that, if we'll ever be able to create life from raw chemicals, it will be a very fine tuned process, which nature simply will not be able to do on its own. It will not be a Stanley-Milner experiment where you can set up the ideal environment in advance, and see how the environment build everything from scratch without any further interference.

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