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Faisal Pervaiz
12-07-2008, 09:33 PM
Salaams

I was just reading a geology book and it said that Black smokers found in sea had all the neccasary ingrediants to create life, it also said that scieintists carried out experiments and found out that with the right ingrediants that they created complex moleculkes such as ammino acids.

Could this happen?
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Faisal Pervaiz
12-07-2008, 10:29 PM
Someone answer please
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Wilma_Hum
12-07-2008, 10:40 PM
Originally Posted by Faisal Pervaiz
Salaams

I was just reading a geology book and it said that Black smokers found in sea had all the neccasary ingrediants to create life, it also said that scieintists carried out experiments and found out that with the right ingrediants that they created complex moleculkes such as ammino acids.

Could this happen?
No one knows. Creating complex molecules is a long way from creating life.

There are several theories on the origin of life. But to date, and I guess forever, we do not know.
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- Qatada -
12-07-2008, 10:54 PM
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lifes too complicated to be formed by chance:



One cell holds more info. then 1 million pages of Data.
The information stored in DNA must by no means be underestimated. Though hard to believe, in a single DNA molecule of a human being, there is enough information to fill exactly one million encyclopedia pages. Do consider it; exactly 1,000,000 encyclopedia pages… This is to say that the nucleus of each cell contains so much information as to fill a one-million-page-encyclopedia, which is used to control the functions of the human body. To draw an analogy, we can state that even the 23-volume-Encyclopedia Britannica, one of the greatest encyclopedias of the world, has 25,000 pages. Therefore, before us lies an incredible picture. In a molecule found in a nucleus, which is far smaller than the microscopic cell wherein it is located, there exists a data warehouse 40 times bigger than the biggest encyclopedia of the world that includes millions of items of information (in only one of our cells!). This means a 920-volume huge encyclopedia which is unique and has no equal in the world. Research puts it that this huge encyclopedia would be estimated to contain 5 billion different pieces of information. Were one piece of information present in human genes to be read every second, non-stop, around the clock, it would take 100 years before the process was completed. If we imagine that the information in DNA were put in the form of a book, then, these books put on top of each other would reach 70 meters high.

http://www.creationofman.net/chapter4/chapter4_2.html
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Fishman
12-07-2008, 10:59 PM
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Can life based on black smokers live anywhere else? The surface is fuelled by the sun, the black smoker colonies are fuelled by chemicals from the earth. They are completely separate ecosystems.
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Woodrow
12-07-2008, 11:07 PM
Black smokers can form complex chain molecules, so can you. You may not have all the ingredients on hand however if you take A CUP OF PLAIN OLD kerosene, ADD A FEW DROPS OF OLIVE OIL AND ABOUT 1/4 CUP OF SALT WATER, PREFERABLY SEA WATER. And mix well and observe the result under a microscope you will see numerous tiny globsters of new organic molecules that differ from what is found in the olive oil.

Making an organic molecule from existing chemicals is no miracle and is not creation. Might be complex but not as complex as bringing life to a nonliving molecule.

Caution do not do this without the supervision of an adult. Messing with even a single cup of kerosene is hazardous to your health and is a dangerous fire hazard.
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Faisal Pervaiz
12-07-2008, 11:08 PM
Thanks for the replies
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Faisal Pervaiz
12-07-2008, 11:16 PM
Lol, dont worry Woodrow i wont be doing that
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