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Ian Started conversation Nov 17, 2010
Hey Kiteman, Wanted to take you up on your invitation to discuss more off-topic substance, in particular, in reference to the post made here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/mbreligion/NF2213235?thread=7873466&skip=50#p102952989 I found this very, very interesting, because I'm curious to find out how life eventually came about, and unfortunately didn't pursue science to really delve into this kind of subject. To basically recap my own understanding, amino acids, with the aid of certain favorable conditions, could have provided the necessary building blocks to sustain life? It seems like a very plausible explanation for the formation of life. I'd really appreciate it if you might offer a brief expansion on this and any personal takes on this phenomenon yourself (links would also be very appreciated, but only at no inconvenience to yourself).
Kiteman Posted Nov 17, 2010
Here's a start (I keep this video marked in my favourites): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6QYDdgP9eg
(No need to turn it up at all, there's no speech, but it is good music.)
Ian Posted Nov 18, 2010
I was giddy like a little school girl when I watched that video. It's truly amazing stuff. Thanks for the link!
Kiteman Posted Nov 18, 2010
Yes, it's amazing how a little knowledge can show how simple and likely the existence of Life actually is.
(I don't know of any fundie that has actually admitted to watching that all the through, though.)
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