Joined: Feb. 2008
|Quote (Daniel Smith @ Dec. 11 2008,16:19)|
|If I say, "No one can come up with a detailed explanation for the origin of the E. coli amino acid synthesis system", that is also an assertion that can be tested and falsified. If anyone can come up with a detailed explanation, my assertion has been disproven.|
That presumes that you'd would accept some explanation as sufficiently detailed. Past results don't guarantee future performance, but the data so far suggests that no matter what evidence was offered, you just dismiss it based on your personal incredulity.
Serious question for a moment:
Do you honestly believe you've made a convincing argument for your position here ? Do you really believe that if professional biologists looked at your "theories" without prejudice, they would find insights which would improve the human understanding of the biological world ?