Which Christians? (That includes us, doesn't it?)
>But Art, you miss the whole point of the example. I am not trying to prove
>that life originated from molecules (although this has implications in that
>regard). I do not have the ability to put together a origin of life
>scenario. I am trying to show that the classic probability argument that
>Christians put forth is very flawed. The standard arguments makes two
>First they assume that a molecule either works or doesn't work, on or off, 0
>or 1. But functionality is not the simple. Some work, albeit slowly, other
>Secondly they asume generally that only one sequence will work. Both of
>these assumptions are wrong.
Well, "they" are just wrong. Sorry I missed your point.