reply to post by spacedog1973
I've posted this before and no answer.
In the early stages of life, proteins could not have formed because it would be no way for the Amino Acids to exist in a non pure state of liquid.
Obviously, lots of things were occurring on Earth, and the oceans / water would have been ... not very pure. So, how do Amino Acids link up to form
proteins if the earth's heat, electrical discharges, and solar radiation destroy the protein products many times faster than they could form?
Rocks that we believe were in existence before have very little carbon. You would need a very toxic carbon-rich environment for life to have evolved.
Today, the atmosphere is only 1/80,000 of the carbon that has been around since the first fossils formed. Why is that?
I didn't want to post this because it will take the head further off topic. I can only point out flaws, I cannot prove anything. Only that the Theory
of evolution, which should be more of a Hypothesis IMO, is flawed, dearly.
Google, google, google away!
edit on 29-1-2013 by milkyway12 because: (no reason given)