Joined: June 2006
Okay, either you have not explained it clearly, or I misunderstood you.
Perhaps you meant there is no complexity in salt, because it is most definitely specified, not just any molecules will do.
|CSI: Complex and specified information that when the odds for its existence are calculated and those odds exceed the UPB (upper probability boundary), could not occur by chance. |
So, CSI only applies to organic chemistry, then?
Help me out here.
Which organic molecules have CSI and which do not?
Is CSI just calcuated by the size of the genome? (Do replication errors affect CSI? Why or why not?) Or do proteins show CSI, too? What about the carbohydrates? Long chain polymers? Membranes?
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