Further to “Kas Thomas still hanging in at BigThink, despite Darwinists’ attacks,” here is some of the assorted wisdom Thomas is privileged to hear, 638 comments later:
I have no idea why you think the number of particles in the universe is relevant , but whatever, likelihoods of “one chance in 20^250” happen every day.
Sell this person a bridge. Soon.
That said, some commenters appear to be trying to find the road to reality:
I don’t think anyone doubts the existence of random genetic mutations and natural selection. Aren’t they both obvious and demonstrable in the lab?
What many of us do doubt is whether these can produce new genetic information. Everything seems to point in the opposite direction.
Everything, that is, except the magic attributed to natural selection.
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