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Evolution/Miller Urey mimic Intelligent Design?


OscarO wrote at 2014-07-22 14:46:50
The current view of most planetary scientists is that Earth's early atmosphere consisted of carbon dioxide, nitrogen and water vapor - not water, methane and ammonia.

A Miller-Urey type experiment using the "correct" early Earth atmosphere, as understood today, produces nothing in the way of amino acids or any other organic "building blocks"

The Miller-Urey experiment was invalid.  Of historical interest, no more.


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I can answer questions about evolutionary mechanisms and theory, including genetic drift, mutation, natural selection, etc. I also can clear up misconceptions about evolution as it's sometimes talked about by those not well-versed in the subject (e.g., some politicians and many religious fundamentalists).


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