Which we covered here: Applying information theory to the origin of life?, where Adami said,
“The information-theoretic musings I have presented here should convince even the skeptics that, within an environment that produces monomers at relative ratios not too far from those found in a self-replicator, the probabilities can move very much in favour of spontaneous emergence of life,” concludes Adami.
The probabilities can move very much in favour of spontaneous emergence of life provided you introduce a search that makes the probabilities high (as by Adami’s “simplifying assumptions”).
Sort of like Martha Stewart does everything better than me, except I never get to see her army of frazzled assistants. For all I know, maybe she doesn’t either.
By the way, here’s more on Dembski’s book, Being as Communion. I’ve read it; it’s a game-changer. Order now if you can stand Brit ship hassle. – O’Leary for News
See The Science Fictions series at your fingertips (origin of life) for a rundown on why no naturalist origin of life theory works.
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