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“Religion is a culture of faith; science is a culture of doubt.”
― Richard P. Feynman
originally posted by: whereislogic
You did something similar concerning nucleotides and saccharides (sugars) earlier in this thread (last time I was commenting). It's repetitive and boring to me, but I'm sure as explained before in my last comment, it's not meant to convince me that I shouldn't listen attentively to whatever James Tour has to say about the subject without looking for excuses to dismiss any inconvenient facts he might bring up that are actually relevant to an evaluation of the OOL storyline rooted in philosophical naturalism and evolutionary philosophy; where everything is claimed to occur by chance and the forces of nature, not human intervention as in a lab where scientists are doing everything they can think of* to coax molecules to behave in a manner that they can (often mis)represent as being biologically relevant (i.e., to their favorite naturalistic evolutionary OOL storyline, dogma and myth).
originally posted by: cooperton
Where specifically was I corrected and shown to be wrong? Show a specific example.