Can someone help me out this this Christians email???
There is no way...a molecular machine could develop out of nowhere and begin to build DNA strands of proteins that also develop out of nowhere that then mutate from one type of cell to another type of cell depending up on the criteria needed to complete a structure that would function and have life and then associate and adapt to other systems both biological and non-organic then as well adapt to utilize intangible systems that just so happen to be in the right place, providing the service to be used at the right time and doing this billions of zillions of time over to create a environment that teams with such a vast array of varied life forms...plants, animals and bacteria so successfully. DNA is not a force in and of itself to “think” or “choose” or give instruction to the cell and to direct all those little molecular machines where to go and what to do and how and for what purpose...over and over and over and replicated even back to a hundred billion years ago or however long its been to arrive to this current state and have everything get along so well but so precariously. Just one thing goes wrong and that system is in jeopardy. The parameters are fragile and cannot be broken because mutations, no matter how minute, even in anti-biotic resistant strains of influenza and etc. have to have a specific environment provided for them in which to live and often kill the very host they live in or have the potentials toward that end so how is that survival? You would have to go back to that very first cell...isn’t that where evolutionists say that life began...one cell? Oh, okay...there wasn’t a cell first there was what a glob of protein free floating in what...water? A vast ocean? The air? Lets just say that there was s steaming bed of slime some where on the face of the planet and the temperature was just right, the amount of light, the conditions were supreme for a single cell to burst forth from...what...some sludgy compound of amino acids and carbs created by methane, ammonia, hydrogen gas and water electrically discharged, what kept that glob together from dissipating back into nothing, breaking down into all its parts or caused it to replicate? Not just once but innumerable times over and over again developing RNA and DNA as building blocks for such a huge spectrum of life forms as to confound the mind. Then you have the matter/molecule/atom problem and all the considerations of non-tangible non-organic systems that evolution fails to address such as gravity..when did the first bird take flight? Sound...when did the ear discover sound waves? Photosynthesis...how did the first plant make food for itself from sunlight? Carbon dioxide/oxygen exchange....with trees? Sonar, radar, ultraviolet light, frequency, rhythm, tympanic functions, color, light, temperature control, scent, did the nerves to detect develop first or did they just happen to be there when the odor became available? How did the olfactory nerve decide the the scent was beneficiate or a warning. How did the use of scent as a warning develop as a protective measure. Color by way of attraction. How did such complex appendages such as feathers, hairs even all the way down to the tiniest cilium and did that first cilium function by itself and do well or did it need to have the several thousand replications of itself before it was able to do the cell any good? Okay..well I’ve gone to far and now my fear is that you will simply drop this conversation and fly off into no where as so many others before you have...before we can draw this out to its final conclusion. Either you will convince me with irrefutable evidence or I will convince you with the same? Could we agree to never let it go until one of us has conceded our beliefs. If not...lets just say farewell now? I’d rather not waste my time...I love discussion about this more than just about anything but not if someone is just going to grow frustrated and disappear. By the way, if we do continue and you ever make fun of my spelling or typos then I will be the one to flake out. I’m a notoriously bad speller and I get to going so fast when I’m in “the mode” that I sometimes have bad grammar and fracture my sentences and all kinds of stuff....I also make up my own words which I’m sure you’ve already noticed.