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|Quote (Jerry Don Bauer @ Nov. 19 2012,13:39)|
|Borel calculated, chemically speaking, that in order for a chemical reaction to occur, the reactants had to have both chemical ability to react and be within close enough proximity in the universe to do so. |
Should the odds of those two things occuring be greater than 1 in 10^50 against occurance, that reaction could never happen no matter how much time is given for it to occur.
Hydrogen makes up 74% of the known matter in the universe.
Having an oxygen molecule react with two SPECIFIC hydrogen atoms is massively improbable.
However, an oxygen molecule reacting with ANY two hydrogen atoms approaches 1.
You assumptions define CSI.
Besides, recent experimental evidence shows that the formation of long chain amino acids is relatively easy. Randomly forming a specific human (for example) protein is vastly improbable. However, only creationists require that all proteins assemble from random amino acids. It's a strawman argument.
Ignored by those who can't provide evidence for their claims.