posted on Feb, 24 2012 @ 02:47 PM
reply to post by SuperiorEd
DNA and the molecules that surround it form a truly superb mechanism a miniaturized marvel. The information is so compactly stored that the amount of
DNA necessary to code all the people living on our planet might fit into a space no larger than an aspirin tablet! 
Many scientists are convinced that cells containing such a complex code and such intricate chemistry could never have come into being by pure,
undirected chemistry.  No matter how chemicals are mixed, they do not create DNA spirals or any intelligent code whatsoever. Only DNA reproduces
Two well known scientists calculated the odds of life forming by natural processes. They estimated that there is less than 1 chance in 1040,000 that
life could have originated by random trials. 10 to the 40,000th is a 1 with 40,000 zeros after it! 
How can one gain some conception of the size of such a huge number? According to most Evolutionists, the universe is less than 30 billion years old
, and there are fewer than 10 to the 18th (1018) seconds in 30 billion years. So, even if nature could somehow have produced trillions of genetic
code combinations every second for 30 billion years, the probabilities against producing the simplest one-celled animal by trial and error would still
be inconceivably immense! 
The above article gives some more interesting odds of why it is virtually impossible for any type of life to form by accident .
This being said with the OP's facts the creationalists will give the same boring argument " we Re here so it must of happened"