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I expect Harvard will have as much success resolving the origin of life problem as they have winning the NCAA men’s basketball championship.

Harvard Jumps Into Evolution Debate

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Harvard University is joining the long-running debate over the theory of evolution by launching a research project to study how life began.

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I think that this is great...if you believe that research will lead to the truth, then as the team does their research, they will find how complicated and statistically impossible it is to destroy the axiom of biology, that life creates life- period. Also, I bet that this program becomes a huge money raiser for Harvard. If you are confident in your theory, then you believe more proof will be produced with more research. Dan Dan
This is slightly off the ID theme so hopefully it won't get deleted. What is the probability that Harvard will win the NCAA men’s basketball championship? When there are enough students from China's Shoalin at least 7 feet tall and as quick as Jett Li. :D teleologist
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I have posted some thoughts at: http://www.arn.org/cgi-bin/ubb/ultimatebb.cgi/ubb/get_topic/f/14/t/001523.html " "We start with a mutual acknowledgment of the profound complexity of living systems," said David R. Liu" My comment: Liu's "mutual acknowledgment" is a "mutual acknowledgment" with those 'heretic' "Intelligent Design" propositions that have been already "banned" from the mainstream science. Do you wanna talk about an 'uneven competition to survive'? "...David R. Liu, a professor of chemistry and chemical biology at Harvard [declared:] "my expectation is that we will be able to reduce this to a very simple series of logical events that could have taken place with no divine intervention." " My comment: Do'u wanna talk about trying to confirm those long held beforehand Darwinian speculations and assumptions? And also in: http://www.arn.org/cgi-bin/ubb/ultimatebb.cgi/ubb/get_topic/f/13/t/002448.html My comments: Do you think that people is not going to find out sooner or later the truth that lies behind the lies sold as a macroevolutionary 'speciation'? Will evolutionism try to strip out the logic inferences and rights of "Intelligent Design" to do so also on this issue of variation as Harvard now attempts to do it with our claims of 'Complexity'? Fer

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