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Soapy Sam



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 20 2012,19:07   

JDB:  
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And some of the proteins found in nature are 50,000 chained amino acids. The odds of assembling a protein that long are 1:10^15,000


In one step. You realise no-one is saying it happens in one step? Or even two.

 
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These were designed.


How long does it take a designer to determine that this specific version of the protein from the 1:10^15,000 possibilities at its disposal had the properties desired, using only the power of thought? Or even a rilly big computer?

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