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Message Subject Where did God come from?
Poster Handle Just†Me
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What? WTF are you even saying? I'm not avoiding the video. I asked you which point you wanted me to address and you wouldn't do it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80131628

I said I ALREADY HAVE. He brings up alot of points here, i have asked here several times for YOU to explain how DNA, digestive system, cell membrane etc which are ALL needed in the simplest life forms from the second life started to exist to form. You had no answer. You came with some BS about life forms with RNA (viruses) but thats not what we mean by life. Proper life is a cell, thats as simple as it gets, and remove DNA related to the digestive system for example so you have a cell without digestive system, and the cell will die. That this assembled trough some "natural process" is scientifically impossible, thats the point James Tour makes.

And that is what ive said here over and over. And thats why i said youre stranded. You have nothing, and what you have been yapping about here are pure nonsense and semantic games.
 Quoting: Just†Me

RNA also exists in bacteria. If you don't consider that life, then we aren't using the same language.

Tour can assert that it's impossible, but he hasn't demonstrated it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80131628


"Does a DNA-less cellular organism exist on Earth?"


"We found many colonies and cells which apparently looked DNA-less and examined them further. So far, all such colonies that reformed colonies on isolation were identified to be DNA-positive. However, considering the difficulty in cultivation, we think it possible for DNA-less microorganisms to live around us."

[link to pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (secure)]

As for why thats unlikely, James Tour partly explains that and is just the guy to ask.
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