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L& FP41: Dawkins, Krauss and trying to pull a world out of “no-thing”

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As Cardinal Pell has been recently cleared, perhaps some may be willing to learn from this telling vid:

No, Virginia, you do not get a world from no-thing. END

Logic gates in biology? De novo design of protein logic gates https://science.sciencemag.org/content/368/6486/78.full jawa
Can biological cells be treated as computers? Nah, that’s ID wishful thinking. :) Biology is all chemistry and physics. There’s nothing about complex functionally specified information. Computer concepts don’t relate to biological systems. Really? What about this? Turning cells into computers with protein logic gates: https://phys.org/news/2020-04-cells-protein-logic-gates.html jawa
BR, the first law of thermodynamics is an empirical observation on a going concern world. The world from non being notion is a logic of being absurdity. In fact what Krauss has done is to incorrectly term a quantum foam, quantum vacuum sea of virtual particles "nothing." And, the fluctuations create worlds notion is itself dubious given fine tuning issues. KF kairosfocus
To get something from nothing would violate the first law of thermodynamics. The universe was and remains a closed system. BobRyan
L& FP41: Dawkins, Krauss and trying to pull a world out of “no-thing” kairosfocus

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