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|Quote (Jerry Don Bauer @ Nov. 19 2012,14:21)|
|*****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.*****|
Recent? I've known that since I was a kid. What you are referring to here (I think) is homochirality. And I'm afraid that stereochemistry is far from creationism, although you'll have to ask them as I really am not that hep on creationism.
No. I'm not referring to homochirality.
Read what I said. If it's unclear, then I suggest you ask questions before assuming something. I know that's hard to do for creationists, but if you did that, then it would be much less embarrassing for you.
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